Sunday, July 26, 2015

Hatred: Final Judgement




As an anthropologist and a compassionate human being, I have to say it is enlightening and disturbing watching so many American people embrace and spread irrational hatred. What's even more amazing is that most of them deny it even from themselves (self-hypnotized). They hate all day, but don't have the guts to just say, "I hate..." That way they think they aren't "Nazi's or bad people," and/or have no "issue" to fix. Nazi was a political party and a handy label for a particular hate, but hate is a human emotional choice, and an action word. They hate because it makes them feel good/superior to hate. Every decent human on Earth knows that expressed hatred is pathetic, shameful, childish behavior, which needs to be stamped out; not spread. Shame on their parents and their clergy for allowing it to breed in their hearts. It is the haters who commit heinous acts against their fellow man.

Be advised haters; my mission in life is to see you change your ways, or to see you marginalized, labeled (like all hate groups), and cut out of mainstream society like the festering cancer you have become. Real Christians battle hatred; they don't promote it. Hatred is not a Christian value and all true Christians know it, and don't appreciate you hiding within and poisoning their ranks. The Bible says, "judge not, lest ye be judged." I've heard all points of view now aplenty, and guess what? You haters have judged and so have been judged unworthy, disgraceful, hypocritical, ignorant, unrepentant, and dangerous. You've made some enemies...but don't worry, they "don't hate you, just hate what you do."




Photo by Cassandra Davis, photo editing by Raj Sisodia

Dave ~ Thanks for your time.  I hope we get to know each other better.