Quote of the day—Predator

It is very rare indeed that one gets to witness a completely naked individual walk up to a large hornet’s nest and begin striking it with a stick after handcuffing himself to the tree the nest is in.

I’m reminded of that line from the movie, “I’m not locked in here with you, you’re locked in here with me.”

December 1, 2020
[I’m not so sure it’s as clear cut as that. But, still, we certainly do live in interesting times.—Joe]


2 thoughts on “Quote of the day—Predator

  1. The hard part for me are the consequences. Are they intended, or unintended? Quo bono?
    Are they really stupid enough to use a killer hornets nest for a pinata? I kind’a think they are.
    Hope you all have a good supply of food, ammo, and BFYTW!

    • Death and destruction, even of their own, is a feature for the left, not a bug.

      The inner workings of the mind of Karl Marx (still, it could be said; the primary architect of our time) can be glimpsed in some his poetry. I blatantly copy and paste but a few already excerpted highlights here (emphases mine);

      … Worlds I would destroy forever,
      Since I can create no world;
      Since my call they notice never


      Then I will be able to walk triumphantly,
      Like a god, through the ruins of their kingdom.
      Every word of mine is fire and action.
      My breast is equal to that of the Creator.


      I shall build my throne high overhead
      Cold, tremendous shall its summit be.
      For its bulwark — superstitious dread
      For its marshal — blackest agony.


      See this sword?
      the prince of darkness
      Sold it to me.


      With Satan I have struck my deal,
      He chalks the signs, beats time for me
      I play the death march fast and free.


      … I shall howl gigantic curses on mankind:
      Ha! Eternity! She is an eternal grief …
      Ourselves being clockwork, blindly mechanical,
      Made to be the foul-calendars of Time and Space,
      Having no purpose save to happen, to be ruined,
      So that there shall be something to ruin
      If there is a something which devours,
      I’ll leap within it, though I bring the world to ruins-
      The world which bulks between me and the Abyss
      I will smash to pieces with my enduring curses.
      I’ll throw my arms around its harsh reality:
      Embracing me, the world will dumbly pass away,

      Read the original article at TomWoods.com. http://tomwoods.com/karl-marx-wrote-creepy-poems/

      In those words we begin to see also the nature of what we today think of as “secularism”. In its origins, secularism is not the benign absence of belief in God and His plan of salvation in Christ. Rather it is the primary world religion, set up in opposition to God and His plan of salvation in Christ. And Oh yes; they’ll sacrifice themselves and those around them for “The Cause”, no problem. It’s all about the death and the destruction.

      No one had known the Godhead so well, and so closely, as Lucifer, who became jealous, lusted after God’s authority, rebelled, and became an enemy. Lucifer is the farthest thing you can get from “secularism” (he lived in Heaven and he knew God) and yet he promotes secularism as a way of hiding his identity.

      And if you should decide you don’t like secularism, the religion of the enemy, well then; we have all sorts of counterfeit religions to choose from! A whole buffet of them, laid out for your pleasure! Choose which ever one makes you feel good and then you can avoid the truth even more fervently than you avoided it in secularism.

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