Wednesday, July 06, 2005

A liberal serial killer blogs for terrorists

Joseph Edward Duncan III (as if we needed a first or a second) who had sexually assaulted a 14 year old boy at gunpoint and was recently arrested for several murders and the kidnappings and possibly murders of two children kept a blog (doesn't everybody these days) called the Fifth Nail, a Christian refference. The blog itself is offline but still exists in the google archive. It contains such deep liberal thought as these. Note the sickening liberalism that is at the heart of evil. Liberalism promotes evil because it denies responsibility. It gives an opening to murderers to kill and also provides them with a philosophy justifying their crimes as the fault of society and themselves as its victims.

“Some day (soon I hope) society will be forced to ‘wake up’ and recognise how it propagates its own misery by denying the truth that criminals are victims too.”

“Despite my actions, I’m not a bad person, I just have a disease contracted from society, and it hurts a lot.”

"The shocking part is that we call it anti-social behavior when inner-city black men do it so they can commit crimes, but we call it normal adaptive behavior when "law abiding citizens" dehumanize criminals, terrorist, or sex offenders."

"Hitler had a heart and human feelings. It saddens me when I here Christians and Christian Leaders, even the leader of our country, declaring another person or people are evil and should be destroyed in Gods name. But, our government, just like all governments, today and throughout history, needs a nemesis to justify its need for power."

"I just discovered that my pet mouse has died. This makes me feel a little sad. I rue the day one of my cats die. I have always been a very sensitive person; I suppose that is why I have an especially hard time with people thinking I would intentionally hurt another person."

"I envision a world where everyone lives up to their potential, a world full of Einstein’s, and Reeve’s (Christopher). A world where learning to see truth is as fundamental as learning to walk and talk. I see this as the inevitable future for mankind. I just wish it would hurry up and get here."

"I chit chat with gays all the time and most don't even realize I'm not really gay and probably just assume I'm a prude. To me gays are no different than anyone else and I don't feel uncomfortable around them at all."

"The Megan Laws are no better than the Jim Crow Laws, or the Nuremburg Laws."

"I suppose I’m a little more Buddhist than I think sometimes. I feel that animals should have rights, and violating them for our mere convenience is disgusting. I don’t even like calling my cats “pets.” Most people who know me know that I prefer to refer to them as my “boys.”


Anonymous said...

What a sick, sick person.

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