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01-26-2007, 05:07 PM

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01-28-2007, 12:29 AM
Michael Moore is certainly a bit clever, especially how he recognises that many folk need something to hate, and so he just tries to displace general hatred into a less immediately harmful context, rather than acting like we should all immediately be able to exist in perfection.

Like that famous statement by Martin Luther King, that if there is injustice done to any person then injustice is being done to every person. Even when we are not directly ourselves persecuted by criminal war, we are each receiving the hatred of those whom commit acts of war crimes, and so not one of us can exist fully in reality, even when we have attained the individual capacity. That is, not until every Soul has that capacity attained. Meanwhile each of us, regardless of who we are, whether we are already good Muslims experiencing what Christians call the "rapture of Christ", or are in absurd delusions about the rapture being aliens landing and taking us to the stars and so causing wars through delusions, we are all equally subjected to hate, and so many persons can only live by hate.

Michael Moore hates great! We Australians tend rather to hate by pretending to agree with what we hate. . . . but really need to be careful about when pretence begins to manifest actuality . . .


01-28-2007, 12:50 AM
hola Daffodil,

...i am not very sure i understand what you mean? moore is a british surname, but don is a spanish or italian title... could you explain?

Dios te bendiga

01-31-2007, 03:56 AM
"Don" is also one of my favourite card games: the classic Irish children's card game.

Just think of all the famous Don's,

Don'tit mean like Shiek?

Michael Moore the Shiek of the . . . ,

Well, who cares really since it is not us finding an avenue, albeit so rude, of sticking a neck out and a hand up for the many unspoken for; or do we really care/


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