Monthly Archives: October 2017
This documentary is a must see. Seriously disturbing doesn’t bring enough emphasis to the absolute evils of mankind, and for goodness sakes, in the name of God.
This movie is about the people in the town of Raqqa, Syria who fought the regime only to have a new regime come in and take over. ISIS.
My previous blog was about guns in America and how these horrific atrocities couldn’t happen with armed citizens here. Gun-toting Americans in each and every American city should be appreciated by naïve people who just can’t comprehend the absolute evil-doings of mankind.
Gun control? Let’s put it into a larger perspective.
I recently watched City of Ghosts. This movie was so disturbing that I must do a couple of blogs about it.
First and foremost, be careful what you wish for. The people in the town of Raqqa, Syria fought the regime only to have a new regime come in and take over. ISIS.
This documentary shows people rolling into town wearing black masks, doing deplorable acts, and then enacting all sorts of ridiculousness to include no more hospitals, no more schools, and even no more satellite dishes since a group of residents was broadcasting the horrors online.
Here’s a bright idea for turning the prison system around. It’s beyond me how a person can become badly injured or killed with not much recourse while in the care, custody and control of the state or the feds. It’s illegal.
Prisons are poorly run facilities where incredibly, the inmates are actually in control. Everyone behaves as baboons in this high stress environment which affects inmates and employees.
The best at being the worst have the most control. Ironically this choice group is outnumbered by the weak and the meek. What to do?
State Representative Jessica Farrar has introduced a bill for Texas legislation making male masturbation illegal, as every single sperm is a potential child.
True that. And, you go, girl.
Abortion is a controversial subject. The people are evenly divided.
As a man, I can’t entirely comment on the female perspective: the circumstances, the decision, the how and why.
For the con, I have seen abortion animations where a baby is pulled apart limb by limb. It is disturbing.
For the pro. I don’t believe a woman’s decision should be subjected to oversight by a legal system, including professional opinions or otherwise.
The stages of grief: Anger, denial, bargaining, depression and acceptance.
I want to lash out in anger, but where?
I’m angry about people politicizing the issue. Democrats are blaming Republicans and making unbelievably incendiary comments that are painfully hypocritical. I could go on and on and make some great points specifically to the likes of Hayley Geftman-Gold who is now fired. But I really have one thing to say, because I’m angry.
F**k you and your kind.
I am also angry with the insane shooter. I want revenge and justice, both of which can’t be found with a dead guy.