“JUDGE THEM NOT,”
sayeth the Good Guy—.
—and without blinking an eye adds
“LEST THEE BE JUDGED!”
All very poetical, indeed. But is it valid—as a hint, as a warning, as a bloody threat?
You know … I don’t give damn. My own stream flows between its own banks and I don’t give a Big Rat’s for anyone’s opinions. And I regard myself as moral. More so than many blasted morality spouting boofwi… and now, here’s your wee quote to ponder for the day. Have fun—
“Ms. Ilhan, whose life he threatened, however asks for compassion for the man…
“We must apply a system of compassion to criminal justice. Who are we as a nation if we respond to threats of political retribution with retribution ourselves?”
This, folks, is class. It is compassion. It is human decency.”
The lady is quoted as being an Islamist. In (where else?) the US of A. (Where, of course, in the main she can get away with saying almost anything.)
AND NOW FOLKS, FOR
something completely different. I invite you to pop over to Mecca (don’t bother if not Islamic—unless things have changed you have to be a Muslim to get in. The old ‘closed city’ trick). (Keeps the filth out …)
OR you can go to Iran and try spouting some of your ‘free speech’ nonsense there—but be careful lest thee offend Allah and some/any of his minions. It’s very easily done. And then the great religion becomes a bit unpleasant—but only, mind you, only in accordance with God’s holy law.
Now I’m off to see if I can find a working definition of ‘compassion’ that might be adapted to become a universal. (This may take some time, so don’t wait up.)
Oh no … He sounds a bit peeved …
“Yes, Mr God, Sir?”
“They are my peoples too, you know!”
“Wot? I mean, Wot, your Godliness, Sir?”
“They are my People-Of-The-Book too!”