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Whom God wishes to destroy, he first sends mad

May 1, 2007

I wish people wouldn’t send me things like this last thing at night. I am going to have nightmares which is a pity. I was feeling good about life having been physically present to see Cardiff Blues top the Magners League, and then drove home listening to Liverpool beat Chelsea in the European Cup. Then I find this near demonic material. I am not sure which one scared me most but these are my two top candidates:

Not all Muslims may be terrorists, but all terrorists are Muslims

When the Christian majority takes over this country, there will be no satanic churches, no more free distribution of pornography, no more talk of rights for homosexuals. After the Christian majority takes control, pluralism will be seen as immoral and evil and the state will not permit anybody the right to practice evil.

Margaret Attwood’s The Handmaid’s tale gets more prophetic every year.

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