|An Occasion of Sin|
John Montague (28 February 1929 − 10 December 2016)
|Between the government which does evil|
and the people who accept it
- there is a certain shameful solidarity.
The great acts of love are done by those
who are habitually performing small acts of kindness.
Victor Hugo (26 February 1802 – 22 May 1885)
|It takes courage to push yourself |
to places you have never been before...
to test your limits... to break through barriers.
Anaïs Nin (February 21, 1903 – January 14, 1977)
|We must cultivate, all of us,|
a certain ignorance, a certain blindness,
or society will not be tolerable.
I am not the we of anyone.
I do have to learn a vast majority of US Republicans have officially reprimanded two internal "T-critics"- (the very idiots complete name has not and will never be mentioned here) and at the same time appropriated the very idiot's reinterpretation of the events at the so-called Storming of the Capitol.
"Justification": Being the only Republicans on the investigative committee on the so-called storming of the Capitol Cheney and Kinzinger (the very idiot's internal critics) are part of a "Democrat-led persecution [sic] of ordinary citizens [sic] who have engaged in legitimate political discourse [sic]", the resolution says.
In other words: Anyone killing someone in "God's own country" is but engaging in legitimate social discourse.
Conclusion: The majority of those "US-lawmakers" calling themselves republicans are fascists or at least fascistoid, to put it politely.
PS: US-Democrats just happen to look a tiny bit less evil.
PPS: As Hamlet might put it nowadays: "There is something rotten in the US of A."
|The New York Trilogy|
The world is so unpredictable.
Things happen suddenly, unexpectedly.
We want to feel we are in control of our own existence.
In some ways we are, in some ways we're not.
We are ruled by the forces of chance and coincidence.