25 May 2022

Uvalde: The Simple Answer

Here we are. . .again.

This ain't a complicated issue, people.  Don't be fooled by wicked ideologues (on the right or left) who try to score political touchdowns off the dead bodies of children.

If you stand Salvador Ramos next to a stack of 100 machine guns, and he is content with his life, he won't pick one up and shoot up an elementary school.

This ain't about gun control. . .

It ain't even about *mental health*. . .

It's about quality of life. . .

It's about the intent of life. . .

We are herded from birth into anti-life world.  If we have faith in Christ, we call it an anti-Christ world.

It's a purely material existence that can have no lasting value for a biological creature. . .

Most people deal with the shabby quality of their life by seeking escape in alcohol, narcotics, sex, domestic violence, gambling or any of the other Western *recreations.*

An increasing number are now moving beyond domestic violence to community violence. . .or maybe it's not an increasing number, who knows?  It doesn't matter.  

The issue of community violence can be solved by:

Removing guns,


Improving the quality of Western life by cutting out its materialistic core.

Neither will be done.  Right wingers are too indoctrinated into the faith of the 2nd Amendment to give up their ridiculously unnecessary guns (what the fuck does a 21st century human being need a gun for?), and both right and left wingers worship mammon.

Life is cheap, anyway.  Look how undervalued it is in Ukraine, where it counts less than a cloth flag.

Don't act like Uvalde is a tragedy if you accept as a necessity abortion or war.  

You can't choose either a little life or a little death.

Lastly, Salvador Ramos had no *mental health* issues.  The quality of life in the Western world is awful.  To sit and stare at a smartphone all day and eat Chipotle for dinner is a more a sign of poor mental health than shooting a school.  Shooting a school is the act of a soul on its last nerve in an insane world.

16 May 2022

Payton Gendron, Victim

A teenage white supremacist who murdered 10 people at a Buffalo supermarket threatened to shoot a classmate at his high school graduation last year. Officials at the Susquehanna Valley High School brought in New York State Police to investigate Payton Gendron, 18, of Conklin, NY, in June of 2021 after he made statements that he would shoot fellow students. A year later he ended up shooting 13 people - 10 of them fatally - during an attack motivated by his hatred for black people at a Top Market supermarket in Buffalo. A school official reported that this very troubled young man had made statements indicating that he wanted to do a shooting, either at a graduation ceremony, or sometime after.  After police looked into the account, Gendron was referred for mental health evaluation and counseling.

Gendron is one of four boys born to Paul and Pamela Gendron, two civil engineers with the state who live in Conklin, NY, three and half hours south of Buffalo. Paul coached his kids in the town soccer league and at least one neighbor found him 'strange.' His mother appeared conceited, locals said. 'To be honest, the mother was kind of snooty,' a local parent who asked not to be named said. 'Like she was better than everyone else. The father was strange. Like when you meet someone and they just seem off.'

Another shooting. . .

The reaction to these shootings is always the same. . .the same tiresome rush to blame *the other side.*

This time, since the shooter is white, the reaction is devoted to blaming Tucker Carlson's rants and Lauren Boebert's Christmas card.  It's the same after every shooting: juvenile ideological score settling.

So tiresome. . .

So tiresome. . .

Look, even if Gendron had ingested and then adopted Carlson's idiotic rantings, at a certain age the individual becomes responsible for the trash he allows to pollute his psychospace.  Gendron is of that age. . .old enough to willfully deceive himself.

Whatever source for his racial angst, he choose to make racialism his creed.  Living in America, he cannot have failed to have heard the name Jesus, and thus he either refused to study Matthew, Mark, Luke and John, or he read and rejected them.  Whichever, he bears responsibility for rejecting the gospel for the moronic manifestos of racial mischief makers.

[And anyway, racialism seems rather the excuse to kill, than the reason to kill, since he had earlier threatened a school shooting in his neary-all white hometown.]

If any external actors can be assigned the sin of omission for Gendron's actions, it must be his parents, for they clearly failed the test of Proverbs 22:6. . .

But instead of making a second agent guilty, and smearing *the other side,* which again has now become so predictable and tiresome, let us show how there is no *other side,* there is only one side.

Please, do you really believe Gendron killed 10 people because he doesn't like black folk?  That's as far as it goes?  

Whether a white kills a black or a black kills a white, or an Arab kills a Jew or a Jew kills an Arab, or an incel kills a girl, or whoever kills whoever, the killer does so for the same reason:

The killer believes he is the victim.

The victim believes he’s under attack, and thus believes when he reacts with Satanic violence he’s acting in self-defense, and is therefore innocent.

Our friend Payton Gendron wasn't under attack from black folk.  He had to drive hundreds of miles to find enough to kill to calm his nerves.

Every human being, including Adam and Eve, was brought out of nothing and thrown into this world. . .but Adam and Eve were brought into a world of perfect harmony, they lived free of care. . .how must they have shined, compared to the anxious wrecks who walk the earth today?. . .but Adam and Eve victimized all who followed when they rejected their Easy Living for the fruit of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil.  They were banished from harmony, and every one of us who followed, follows them into this world of chaos.  It's impossible to live in this world.  That is the lesson of history.

Every person who followed rightly believes himself a victim.  Even those who chance into material favor believe they are victims.  Look at Donald Trump.  Over and over, he paints himself the victim.

If Payton Gendron could live, he wouldn't kill black people.  He killed black people because he couldn't live.  It was impossible for him, or anybody else, to live in this world.  Black folk are merely the scapegoat.  Without black folk to blame, Gendron has no hope.  How can he live if he admits life is impossible?  So he adopts one of the fairy tales of racialism: without black folk, I can live.

No person can live in this world, which is out of order, but to admit that means the only answer is to live in God's world. . .but the door to that world is Jesus.  No other way into it.  

Payton Gendron didn't want that. He passed over Jesus, the door to life, and instead choose a retarded racialism.

Every person is a victim of Adam and Eve, and in that, there is some pity.  Whether or not that pity withers when we see Gendron pass over God's remedy for an assanine rememdy of his own depends upon our willingless to believe Gendron passed over Christ and choose negrocide from *Free Will.*

In any event, Tucker Carlson is not the problem.  The problem is the impossibility of living outside the Kingdom of God.