Occasional rants on politics and persuasion
Guess what liberal said this: I was in a tiny village in Tepoztlan in Mexico on the 17th of September, 1985, and I had a vision-like experience climbing a mountain there on the top of which is a temple to the Mesoamerican Christ figure, Quetzalcoatl. And one of these little UFOs came over that mountain, and I was signaled from a group of persons to come, and I was beamed up into that small vehicle and carried to a larger vehicle where I heard the voice of my leader and teacher, the Honorable Elijah Mohammed saying these words to me... (Minister Farrakhan) The left just seems to get more excited about anything when death is on the table. I don't know what it is, whether it's disaster death or war death or society deciding we're going to off some of our fellow citizens, they get ginned up about it, really get excited about the death aspect. But, but, you start talking about life and somehow they just don't have as much interest in that, as though it is enlightened to understand that it's some people's duty to die and get out of the way, and that not everybody has a right to life. It depends on what somebody else wants. So I am continually amazed at the left.
Thank you. This post is (1) completely unrelated to the topic at hand; (2) inaccurate, in that it calls Louis Farrakhan a "liberal"; (3) truly heartwarming; and (4) from outer space. But thanks for dropping in. You amaze us, too.
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