Monday, 23 September 2013

The Turning Point

The body count continues to rise after a weekend of mindless butchery around the world.

Like a plague threatening all humanity, this time around the pestilence it is not being spread by rats but by indoctrinated men and women whose hearts are filled with hatred and whose brainwashed minds are damaged by religious fanaticism.

The modern-day Inquisitors bear modern weapons and wear the sign of the red crescent.

A lifetime misspent studying a fictitious holy book has turned poorly-educated and academically inept misfits into savage killers. Killers who are ready and willing to die and kill for the myth that is religion.

Despite the increasing carnage and wanton destruction, I believe we are reaching a turning point in the war against religious terrorism with the help of President Putin . Russia's diplomatic efforts to prevent the West from launching an invasion into Syria might just turn out to be the best foreign policy move to ever come from Moscow.

A poll carried out last month shows that the majority of British people are not willing to allow their army to go to war in Syria.

I'm delighted with that.

If the West attacks Syria it would mean helping the Sharia Law barbarians of the Moslem Brotherhood, ISIS and Al Qaeda to topple the nasty (but at least secular) dictator, President Assad.

What a waste of money and life that would be!

The Syrian opposition forces have stooped to a new low, executing captured Army prisoners in front of their own children. Doesn't bode well for the future generations.

Who on earth would want to help these cold-blooded killers?

Sadly, in a land devoid of choices, Assad appears to be the lesser of two evils.


Friday, 6 September 2013

The Rested Mind of a Restless Man

How strange it is to be at peace with the world and to have no desire to rant!

So many injustices around, from human rights abuses to feckless wars, from hypocrisy to superstition, and yet the burning desire to complain seems to have deserted me. Temporarily.

Hence my recent absence from blogland.

I hardly recognise myself, of late.

I'm almost completely happy!I always see the beauty around me and avoid the unpleasant and the ugly.

I refuse to spend my precious free time with negative people.

My favourite blog of the moment is The Japing Ape. And that's because it is  full of humour, colourful prose,  light-hearted banter and quirky self-mockery. Very much like how I feel at present.  I recommend that blog  to anyone who wants to laugh at the outrageous attempts of certain celebrities to draw attention to themselves, as beautifully described by the highly intuitive and talented anthropologist, Gorilla Bananas.

But surely a scathing attack IS on it's way.


Are any of you blog friends familiar with my present state of mind? You know, feeling content and at peace after years of ranting?

If yes please let me know the outcome in your case, so I can at least prepare myself for the next phase.

Ciao for now