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Living In The Ice Age

31 October 2014 @ 23:54

Western Civilization has come to this.

No, not the fact that this woman is mentally ill and parade’s her illness as something that makes her special — a badge of honor, if you will.

Not that she uses a political movement’s thinking as a tool of denial in order to deceive herself into thinking that she is not seriously mentally ill and needs help.*

No.  What I mean is that this disturbed and deranged girl is seen by members of our Society as having Legitimacy, instead of said Society insisting, for her own good, she be committed to a hospital for the mentally sick immediately before she hurts others or, as is more likely, herself.

The climate in The West has, indeed, changed and we are now living in an Ice Age, where, as we have ‘Progressed’, we have lost our Humanity, our Souls.

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*And the political movement — in this case Feminism — is
using her as a tool, a means to a dastardly end.  This is an
Act Of Evil, for, as John Paul The Great said:

Thus the response to the theme’s question is clear: whoever
suffers from mental illness “always” bears God’s image and
likeness in himself, as does every human being. In addition, he
“always” has the inalienable right not only to be considered as
an image of God and therefore as a person, but also to be
treated as such.

It is everyone’s duty to make an active response: our actions
must show that mental illness does not create insurmountable
distances, nor prevent relations of true Christian charity with
those who are its victims. Indeed, it should inspire a
particularly attentive attitude towards these people who are
fully entitled to belong to the category of the poor to whom
the kingdom of heaven belongs (cf. Mt 5:3).

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2 Comments
  1. 01 November 2014 @ 18:57 18:57

    Reblogged this on That Mr. G Guy's Blog.

  2. 01 November 2014 @ 21:53 21:53

    It’s not an ice age. It’s the dark light of perverted science that Churchill spoke of, just seventy some years later.

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