Thursday, August 31, 2017

Go Social & Lifestyle: The Definition of Evil

Evil is action. Evil is action with an intent to harm. When someone does something to you or that directly affects you with an intent to harm or start trouble for a worse outcome, they are being evil.

I share this definition because there will be some that will be called evil as an insult in their youth. Even young adults will be called this as they go their paths. 
You who go your path may be told that you are evil. You who go your path may be treated as if you are evil in order to convince you that you are. And demons will follow this person that is over you calling you evil, trying to help make you believe you are. All this ignorance, annoyance, and all the lies, will follow you. These truly evil ones, these broken people, with their demon, are only trying to make you believe you are something terrible in order to make you destroy yourself. 
Be wary of these people. They don't come in one size, shape or form, culture or race. Always remember, never forget, they are the ones trying to destroy, so there's no question as to who is truly evil.

Do not be deceived in life. Evil people surround us, but good people like you surround them. Be true to who you are means, be who you are. 

Evil is action. Being cruel is action. Being mean is being serious, sometimes too serious. Take this tiny truth and carry it forever. It is important to know what evil is. It is important to see the demon and know the difference between it's ideas and yours to keep it from becoming a part of you. 

Love yourself, appreciate yourself, live your life, and go.

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Live, Love; GO

Friday, August 18, 2017

'Condemn Bigotry, On All Sides,' Huh Trump

It is very clear Trump is politics-stupid, and I have no idea why I didn't attach a racist to it too. Because as we all know, racism is very stupid and cowardly.
Racism comes from fear and lack of confidence, but more than anything it sucks to have a bunch of yellow-dogs walking around bothering people with their need to be better. If racism weren't cowardly, then this guy who drove all the way from Ohio to Charlottesville wouldn't have decided to use his car to protest. He would have walked and used his big-boy words. However, that hasn't ever been the case with racists. They roll in packs and only do something or say something in a pack. And yes as you have seen, they don't mind brutally killing their own precious women when they think or feel something different. 

But enough about the sadness of cowardliness and confidence-broken people and how it shapes and molds them into annoying assholes, lets talk about the so-called National Address after the whole incident. 

What kind of leader upholds terror? Well, the kind of leader that shares the same values as the perpetrators of terror or terrorism. Also, the kind of leader that doesn't know what terrorist or terrorism means. 
If this wasn't the case, then the President wouldn't have blamed the victims AND the white supremacists. You can't blame peaceful protesters you idiot. Everyone has a right to free speech, but one man on the white supremacist and/or Nazi side used his car and killed someone because of their speech. That doesn't equate into fair unless you share the same values as the white supremacist or Nazis overall, including the one that used his car to speak. 

However, this isn't new. Trump was this racist way during his presidential run at a rally based on his threats of kicking the crap out of a black man that dared protest his rhetoric. He was also criticizing in demeaning ways the Latino community. And although, it isn't very easy for him to hide his racism and Nazism, we must remember that he is also stupid, and doesn't know what most of the words in his small vocabulary means anyway. I am referring to the word, 'bigot.'

The Point of This Post is to repeat what has already been said. He is unworthy, unprepared, unready, not-good, undeserving, ineligible, unqualified, unfit, unsuitable, unbefitting and fucking improper for the position as President of the United States of America. And this would be the same, if he were trying to be president in any country overall. 

And let's not forget the GOP that placed him on said throne, you all will be scarred for the rest of your existence because of this man. Do yourselves a HUGE favor, and get him out of the Oval Office. 

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Saturday, June 3, 2017

Go Justice: End Genocide

I refuse life's unfairness. I refuse to embrace it, recognize it, or believe in it. I have otherwise recognized the horrors and atrocities brought on others by their fellow human-being. Label me irrational, nonsensical, and way to much of an idealist. Overall, I dislike, hate, the notion that one must die, can die, or be made to suffer and die by the hands of others directly or indirectly. 

Saw a picture by Kevin Carter, a famous photo journalist in the 90s, by accident. It was a photo of a Sudanese child in 1992 starving, or being made to starve, in a war torn area. As she crossed the ground to get food or drink she collapsed on her face, and a vulture swooped down and stood behind her. Needless to say, I stared at the picture in shock and disbelief, and the image has been with me ever since and will be with me forever. 
Sudan was in a civil war, yet I selfishly thought, why didn't somebody kick that vulture. Give the child food. Give the child water. Whisk the child away to safety. Sadness, anger, rage, and the absurd need to see that vulture kicked and cooked like a chicken, consumed me then and still at times. It's presence made death real, irreversible, and definite on that child and people in that area. That photo itself shows the worse truth of humanity and suffering.  

Most people too often think, let the world burn, no matter, the fire is over there, it won't touch me. But it will eventually, because the world is burning. 
There are a lot of people that don't just live in a bubble, they literally don't have any concerns outside themselves. They are walking a straight line and not looking to either side of themselves. And when or if they should encounter a hole, they just step over it and continue walking unless they should fall into it. Only then do they notice others and scream for help. The world's problems, other people's problems, are nothing unless they touch or effect them. 

Genocide should be an issue that all the world leaders should unite against and prevent or end completely. Genocides are atrocities committed that give too much control to people. No one should be allowed to have control over another person's life and ability to live. And how pointless genocides are, they are blatant inhumane cruelty based on petty differences, hate, racism, and/or discrimination.

Genocides take from our relationships and only leaves a constant stream of human conflict. Allowing genocide to exist means tolerating people expressing or practicing their judgment on the people they discriminate against or hate. This only causes conflict, wars, crime, and terrorism. And leaders trying to dodge wars will have to face crime and terrorism, which will eat their wealth still. 
All nations should adopt the provision that punishes genocide in order to stop it. The countries that don't are probably guilty of doing it or allowing it. And Hell follows them and us, because the world will burn, and a fire that is not put out only spreads. 

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