Quote of the day—David Salisbury

Hone in on our intention. This tragedy of rampant gun violence, murder, mass killings – all these terrible, painful things that we are seeking to stop, to put an end to this night . . . . We curse you, merchants of mayhem, profiteers of pain, dealers of death, you who fatten on the blood of innocents and feast like demons on their corpses! May your thoughts and prayers turn to poison in your mouths. May every mother’s cry be a bullet to your heart. May the weeping of children rend your flesh like shrapnel

If there is anything I can do at all that’s even remotely effective, that might be magic,

David Salisbury
June 2018
Documentary film depicts binding ritual on Trump, NRA
[H/T NRA-ILA who offer this perspective:

It kind of makes sense.

We all know that gun control is based mainly on magical thinking.

Salisbury believes himself to be a witch and is using his supposed powers against the the NRA.

At first I wondered, if he believes in his magical powers, why didn’t he use them to stop evil people from murdering others in the future. But then I realized that, of course, a witch aligns against the good people of the NRA. He is on the side of evil.—Joe]


11 thoughts on “Quote of the day—David Salisbury

  1. Poof!

    All the firearms are gone forever, uninvented.

    Now we can get down to good stuff where men will kill with swords and spears and their bare hands. It will be glorious. /end sarcasm

    • And don’t forget; the small, the weak, the elderly and the infirmed will have no no effective means of defending themselves. Happy day, then, to the predators of the world.

  2. I think that is a great point: that God damned idiot David Salisbury won’t use his alleged magical powers to bind evil people; only good people. What a quality human being.

  3. He can’t control his own “powers”. So he wants to control you. Hummph.

  4. Sorry, Mr. Salisbury, but I made my saving throw against your bullshit 🙂

    • There’s no “like” button. I’ll give you a high five through the internet instead.

  5. Remember that, to a criminal, the world of the honest, the generally good and productive, the culture of the recognition of property rights, et al, is a sinister CABAL, plotting against him to keep him down and to exclude him from the benefits of the harvest.

    To the mind of the plunderer, his victims and would-be victims are undeserving, hoarders, who aren’t clever enough, and certainly not strong enough, to keep what they’ve got. Being in the way of his getting what he wants, they’re vermin.

    We are vermin, and in mass killing and plundering, he gets what’s “his”, and he’ll “make better use of it”.

    And therefore there is absolutely no place in society for private ownership and practice in arms. The very idea blows the whole idea to bits. It is an affront, a blatant and personal insult to anyone of the authoritarian/predator/criminal mind.

    Jesus said it after telling the disciples to buy swords even if they had to sell their garments to do it. To fulfill the prophesy about himself which was, “He shall be reckoned among the transgressors”. And boy oh boy do the servants of evil see the honest, peaceable, productive gun owners as transgressors. And in matter of fact we are transgressors. Taking responsibility for our actions and being enabled to defend life and liberty, just the very concept of it, “transgresses” against that authoritarian system, which is the mind of Cain. It is blasphemy.

  6. Stopped reading after “Hone in on…”. Yes, I do grammaring.

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