Surgery performed while the patient is in four-point restraints. The error fills the entire field of vision, and for that is unseen in that field. We find that whoever is committing the atrocity is convinced that it is good because they would not be doing it if it wasn’t (i.e. circumcision). If someone else is… Continue reading The Sociopathy of Goodness
If every man could see a video recording of his own circumcision, he would learn the history of his own make-up.
As they are meta-days (made by Creation) January 1st must be at the Winter Solstice. It is to confuse (i.e. abuse) children, otherwise. As is the call to cut them.
What really happened to the person Jesus? After the fact his mother reported a bad eighth day, and the words of a witness to it, Simeon. The second crucifixion was emblematic of the first. The fight is the same as it was in WWII. Fighting fascism is always the same. They become lost in what… Continue reading What happened to the person Jesus?
That we might in turn lose the land that was lost to us? That our own young will take charge? That we are animals and die the same? Do we hate that we too are afraid? Initiating the newborn child into the hardships of life with a torturous hazing is without grace. A base vile… Continue reading What is so hated?
Slender Man is what happened to Monotheists, too. They became somehow mesmerized by a character in a fairy-story, and they take a knife to newborn babies, with whom they would otherwise feel friendly. This is circumcision. There is no objective difference. How easily we are led astray (‘oversocialized’ as Ted says). It is tragic for… Continue reading The Slender Man Girls
Wizard pajamas. Who does that hurt? No one, and its fun to wear them. It’s like going to bed with what one hopes is a winning lottery ticket in their pocket. It is the child, the night before Christmas, or Hanukkah days, etc. But what about the hard-man Jesus? “If circumcision were beneficial, their father… Continue reading Harry Potter Christianity
The intactivist movement grows by leaps & bounds. Of course, war requires force. In a nation at peace, that force is directed by the courts. Under current law infant circumcision is a breach of fiduciary, a constructive fraud, a battery (Peter Adler, et al), and it is a hate crime. It is an oddity in… Continue reading An Error in Judgment