When is it Politically Correct to ask: What Evil is This?
by Pat Darnell | Nov 24, 2013 | Bryan TX
“The problem ain’t what we don’t know: it’s what we do know that ain’t so.” Yogi BerraEvil doesn't like to be named. Ever notice that? It would rather remain incognito. But trends show up in modern reporting methods. Any one who steps into the stream of Internet-Tube-Radio today is pretty much snagged by millions in one's inception.
Evil then has to find different avenues to lurk about and to go unnoticed in its efficacy to spread its stories. Eh?
It is not likely that evil will even be abolished by the new transparency of our communications in our Internet Era. In fact evil doers will find a way to remain "Mysterious," regardless. Who will pay their way? As usual it will be middle people who fall for evil-doers' tricks; paying with their minds, souls, and bankrolls.
America’s angriest white men: Up close with racism, rage and Southern supremacy - Salon.com: EXCERPT | " ... the contemporary militias and other white supremacist groups are following in the footsteps of the Ku Klux Klan, the Posse Comitatus, and other Far Right patriot groups who recruited members in rural America throughout the 1980s. They tap into a long history of racial and ethnic paranoia in rural America, as well as an equally long tradition of collective local action and vigilante justice. There remains a widespread notion that “Jews, African-Americans, and other minority-group members ‘do not entirely belong,’” which may, in part, “be responsible for rural people’s easy acceptance of the far right’s agenda of hate,” writes Matthew Snipp. “The far right didn’t create bigotry in the Midwest; it didn’t need to,” Davidson concludes. “It merely had to tap into the existing undercurrent of prejudice once this had been inflamed by widespread economic failure and social discontent.”"
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Evil is no joke, but will have a big problem if laughed at, because of the size of its false ego ...that we will define as Eckhart Tolle says: "the complete identification with our thoughts and desires, usually with a selfish perspective."
Then there is the biggest question we all have on our lips, when is it politically correct to cal Evil out? Not only in the USA, but world wide we have experienced widespread segregation. It's not just blacks and whites with integration problems, it is common to all tribes of humans all over the globe. Any human activity that includes hate, genocide, or repression is Evil, yes?
MooPig Enterprises has long known that in the herd if you don't integrate with diversity in your genetic lineages, your herd will die out. Your herd will become sterile and have a zero population growth. If you push too far with the incest you will produce odd fellows, like a cousin 'It' in your herd. For example:
" ... Elected officials from Bossier Parish have always had a laissez-faire attitude toward conflicts of interest, nepotism, and brother-in-law dealings. Often referred to as the free state of Bossier, the parish and city governments operate like a magic kingdom in a child’s fairytale, –where good wins out over evil, and everything always ends happily ever after.(Settle, John. May 25, 2012. LINK) ... "Is everything okay in the Lala Land of middle America; where Dualies and SUV's roam, and never is heard a disgruntled word because they are shut up immediately? Because it doesn't end with first generation rich folks; " ... one of the biggest advantages rich parents pass on to their offspring — let’s say the second-biggest, after “money” — is the sense of entitlement necessary for an entirely unaccomplished rich person to coast through life without constantly feeling crippling guilt (ALEX PAREENE. AUG 21, 2013. LINK )..."
What ever happened to causes that came up with "Make Love; Not War," and "Give Peace a Chance," and “There’s this idea that the more you have, the less entitled and more grateful you feel— and the less you have, the more you feel you deserve. That’s not what we find,” says author Paul Piff, a psychologist at the University of California in Berkeley. Second generation fortunate sons and daughters have forgotten that Evil likes to be unnoticed? Rich people basically say this out loud, in public, constantly, these days: The rich, THEY think they deserve it and you don’t.
Now that we have you all riled up... we just wanted to say that "Evil has no conscience; evil doesn't feel guilt." Evil can be identified in its duality, that is, its two-faced nature. Also, as we see more evil, we recognize its likes: it cannot help from boasting about its intentions and victories. For Evil to continue in obscurity, it therefore must find new avenues to travel to survive in perpetuity.
This all sound a bit preachy? Well, that is because it is MooPig's Report from the Middle; where women are strong, men are good-looking, and children are above average.