Dog Poet Transmitting…….
Hypocrisy is one of those things that always interest me because there are so many ways it can manifest and here is one of them. Now… I am all for the ethical treatment of animals but how many of these whining Political Correctness Junkies eat meat? You may be sure that conditions for livestock are far worse than they are for elephants and let us consider the amount of African elephants being machine-gunned by ivory poachers. Let us consider all the leather products these people wear and all the other by products that are manufactured by soulless corporations that hide their poisons and garbage by never listing them or listing them as something else because of what they extracted from the primary source. Hypocrisy is pretty hard to avoid in this day and age because it is not always easy to spot it for what it is because of the costumes it wears to conceal what it is beneath them. Self-Righteousness is not the least of these. The more we rely on self-righteousness and justification, the more likely we are to be hypocrites.
Much of the time we don’t understand why we do the things we do and say the things we say. It’s like we’ve all got some shadow soul of a hidden Lady Mary from Downton Abbey, acting through us or a Thomas Barrow who behaves in every kind of despicable fashion, because of self-loathing. Self-Loathing is much more wide spread than we might think because of the hidden lives generated out of all those private vices, so readily available in these times. Of course, the lines of morality are blurred or erased on most occasions these days and there are even large and well-funded movements that applaud every vice and weakness as if they were virtues; so it seems in these times of seeming and scheming. Political Correctness is the chief hypocrisy of the age and one of the major byproducts of Satanism. The reason that Satanism employs political correctness is because of the ways that it skewers reality, twisting it into unrecognizable shapes. As for what reality might actually be, to paraphrase a judge; “I couldn’t tell you what it is but I know it when I see it.” From this we get that archetypal ‘slippery slope’. The various products that act much like skis and snowboards and all the rest, are those vehicles of moral relativism that make your downward passage so much swifter and you can see it all around you. Some of it seems innocuous almost but is in fact extremely dangerous.
Posted on January 15, 2016 by Boulderdash