A little more drama in the news this week, about some shopping center in some African country. Details hardly matter. More crap. Islamist terrorists ... but I repeat myself ... took over a Macy's or something. Let the moslems go, kept and killed a bunch of Westerners or whatever. Hardly matters. Wasn't there something like that here, the week before? Someone with a gun? I don't remember. Probably. And Obama made it political at a funeral or something. Of course he did. What he doesn't understand, it's not guns that kill, it's bullets. Or do I mean gunpowder. Well, not guns, anyway. Insufficiently bulletproof skin kills people.
Move along. Nothing to see here.
Just the human comedy.
But wait. No, it seems I'm wrong. Something unusual did indeed happen. During that African time of evil and dull terror, one of the monsters shot a woman, English woman. In front of the eyes of her six year old daughter, and four year old son. Well, that's nothing unusual. What's unusual is what followed. The little boy stepped in front of his fallen mother and his sister, and faced the gun-toting islamist terrorist, and said, “You’re a bad man! Let us leave!”
This, in itself, makes my heart swell with pain and with love. And the moslem islamist terrorist must have seen the child before him for a moment. The terrorist follower of Mohammad then said to the little English boy, “Please forgive me. We are not monsters.” It follows that the islamist terrorist gave the child a Mars bar, and allowed the family, wounded mother too, to get away from their hostage-taking terrorist murdering moslem captors. The moslem terrorist instructed the mother that she must convert to Islam, said by the American media to be the religion of peace.
What lessons shall we learn, from this. Well, there seems to be no human heart so totally depraved that it cannot respond humanly to a child's purity. I expect it hardly ever happens, that monsters act human -- it is permissible and therefore common in the moslem east to sodomize children, per the islamist Ayatollah Khomeini. But it happened here, a faint stirring of humanity in the corrupt heart of a moslem monster.
We must be deeply thankful for such a thing. It is so rich in meaning.
Here's a picture of the little boy, and his sister, and
I wonder if they will ever be eaten. Sell them on Ebay? Give them to the Smithsonian, or the UN? Probably eaten, kids being kids. I wonder if a Mars bar has enough tensile strength to pull an islamist moslem terrorist out of the Lake of Fire in hell. The media did not report that it was two, TWO Mars bars. This is an FP exclusive! Typical Western Anti-islam bias at work, no doubt. Oh, I'm forgetting, how careless of me, that anonymous dead body in the center of the frame, perhaps, what, 5 feet away from the children? My bad. Is that blood on the little boy's shirt? I love New York too.
The Ayatollah famously said the United States was Shaytân-e Bozorg, the Great Satan. Israel was the Little. Huh. It is not Satans, big nor small, that we have to concern ourselves with. It's not guns either. It's individual people -- nowadays, disproportionately, moslem islamist terrorists. People, I say, because the only monsters that there are, are people.
There's a lot of talk that these islamist moslem monsters are Americans. Somali-Minnesotans, American born, teenagers, radicalized somehow and given airfare. Maybe they saved up, from their paper route money, or their drug-dealer money, or by selling their food stamps for under the counter cash. Who can say. I have to wonder if anyone who needs to think of themselves as Hyphenated-American is any kind of American at all. Here's a new thing for you to admire from me: Constitutional-American. You may quote me. As contrasted to the Satan-American teens who've been acting out in African malls, shoplifting Mars bars and littering and whatnot.
It's all too stupid for words. We're in a concentration camp. We find a daisy in a dunghill, and find the hope to continue on for a while longer. For a moment, a monster was not a monster. Shall we think of it as Evolution? What about the moments that follow? Life is not a daisy chain. No one can say what life is. It's too stupid for words.
Yesterday I thought I was healed. Today I feel bad. I have a disease. I'll just waste my time until I die. Then I'll see what happens next.