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raul

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The Brazilian Dexter, a serial killer of other criminals
« on: June 27, 2020, 07:46:29 am »
Holden,

Thank you for your words. Yes, the CCP virus is spreading here. It is just a matter of time we all get infected. If the virus does not hit us another disease will take us to the graveyard. It is not going to change anything because we are doomed from the start. Every single human being that comes to be also ceases to be.

Yes, as you say, this world is beyond redemption. This world cannot be set straight. Why should it be anyway? This planet was built as a prison. From time to time I see babies with beautiful eyes. However when the time comes their eyes will be dust. Before becoming dust much suffering, anguish, sorrow awaits them.

The Minister of Health has been supposedly involved in shady deals in the purchase of equipment and other materials for hospitals. Now we are in winter where patients with respiratory problems will crowd the hospitals. I am sure Saint Death is patiently waiting to catch us. Also the Paraguayan president has signed a decree where all those accused of domestic violence will wear bracelets. I mention this issue because this is the step to increase the surveillance. Hail Big Brother!

I read that India is going to get Russian jet fighters to confront China. I heard that the virus is spreading in Beijing and probably the PRC leaders are probably fleeing the capital.
Your parents will not leave you in peace. They are determined in getting you married. Here too many couples are getting married although in fewer numbers than last year. The show must go on.

As I said I know little about history. You know more about history than many. I am interested more in men and women who were murderers, serial killers, mass murderers, traitors, renegades, etc. If my circumstances were different I could have been one of them. One example is the Hungarian torturer, Lieutenant Colonel Gyula Prinz, who worked for the Arrow Cross, a fascist party during WWII and later for the communist secret police. It was estimated that he personally tortured more than 25,000 people. During his interrogation by Prinz, a Hungarian prisoner called Ignotus was ordered to stand by the wall holding a pencil between his nose and his mouth. When the pencil fell Prinz kicked out all his teeth.

In times past Christian hermits believed they were solus cum solo, or alone with the alone. The only relationship that mattered was that between a hermit and his God. The value of contemplative life over active life was held in more esteem than in these times of madness. The hermits believed that one cannot know God and truth by making money and domestic business.  The popes seemed to have forgotten this truth with all the palaces they have in the Vatican.

Stay safe.

P.S. In the link there is an article about Pedro Rodrigues Filho, the Brazilian Dexter, a serial killer of other killers. I am sure you and the readers of this blog will find it interesting.

https://allthatsinteresting.com/pedro-rodrigues-filho
 

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Holden

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To Senor Raul,

The 'person' merely appears to be, like the space within the pot appears to have the shape, volume and smell of the pot. See that you are not what you believe yourself to be.

-Nisargadatta
La Tristesse Durera Toujours                                  (The Sadness Lasts Forever ...)
-van Gogh.

Holden

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Pyrrho used to say that there is no difference between dying and living; and a man said to him, Why then do you not die? Pyrrho replied, Because there is no difference.

~ Epictetus, Fragments, 93
La Tristesse Durera Toujours                                  (The Sadness Lasts Forever ...)
-van Gogh.

Holden

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"There is nothing that tempts me about working life; I would rather agree to never do anything than to do something in spite of myself."

 Jean-Jacques Rousseau

 (Letter to Mr de Malesherbes, January 4, 1762)
La Tristesse Durera Toujours                                  (The Sadness Lasts Forever ...)
-van Gogh.

Holden

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"Life is possible only by the deficiencies of our imagination and our memory."
E. M. Cioran, A Short History of Decay
La Tristesse Durera Toujours                                  (The Sadness Lasts Forever ...)
-van Gogh.

raul

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Holden,

Thank you for the quotes. Below is an article that you and the readers of this blog may find interesting.

https://thegodabovegod.com/grinned-demiurge/

Silenus

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Thank you for sharing that interesting essay Raul.

Unlike it's author, I do not lament the loss of certain values, nor does the rise of other ones bother me. These are just various social contracts, mutually-shared illusions.

For example, as you say, the locusts are spreading. East Africa, Middle East, Sri Lanka, India and now Latin American countries. This will certainly cause famine and migration for millions. Does anyone care about democracy, morality or Marxism when they are without bread?

These concepts are developed only in periods of relative stability, a.k.a. when wars are fought externally, rather than internally, for we are always at war.

I think we are seeing a shift. Global civilization will collapse within my lifetime, I am certain of it. It is unsustainable. But anyways, we may begin to see the direction of violence turn inward, into the societies themselves. Authoritarianism, mass surveillance, military rule.

A global pandemic, global economic depression, global locust plague, uncertainty in the global supply chain, drought in various regions, accelerating climate warming in certain regions, predictions of an intense tropical storm season and likely wildfires.

The problems grow in complexity. No pleasant ideals and moralities can stop them.

Take care.

P.S. If you are reading this Ibra, I wish you and your family well. Your peoples are only a couple steps ahead of the rest of the world. Soon, many of us will reap the consequences of this self-destructive civilization, and of our violent, irrational nature that seeks to hoard resources and wall-off others.
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"And the strict master Death bids them dance."

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Silenus,

very strong and poetic words you wrote
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Does anyone care about democracy, morality or Marxism when they are without bread?

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The problems grow in complexity. No pleasant ideals and moralities can stop them

that reminds me of the Grand Inquisitor with the Christ majestic dialogue (at 7:20 mark he talks about bread and freedom)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=om6HcUUa8DI

I posted this video maybe  once or twice before but I find it interesting every time i watch it.

the seeds of destruction is planted long ago into our DNA. I wouldn't say it is irrational, It is all natural.  rationality is a figment of our imagination. It couldn't have been other other way around.

" for we are always at war", the best take on war I found is similar to those words of yours, Judge Holden is a fantastic character sans the paedofilia

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=etOkZ6YBAZY

I find these formats of dialogues easier for me to grasp than books.

I hope you stay well, events sometimes are over-exaggerated by media  and need long time to unfold. or maybe like a soviet-style will collapse suddenly, no one knows.



Suffering is the only fruit of human race

raul

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Clarence E. Flynn´s poem Death
« Reply #8 on: June 30, 2020, 06:46:01 am »
Silenus,

Once again thank you for your words. As you say we are seeing a shift and this global civilization will collapse within our lifetimes. And as you say it is unsustainable.

I often read bloggers from Argentina, Chile, Spain and Colombia. They are talking about a world reset. Whether this reset will be good or bad remains to be seen.

These bloggers say that QAnon, a sort of Trump`s inner circle, are combatting the Deep State. They talk about mass arrests, possible executions, or former VIPs being taken to Guantanamo. Only time will tell if all this is true. I read that Iran is issuing an arrest warrant against the U.S. president for the killing of Iranian general Soleimani. China is strengthening its border in the Himalayas with India with martial arts fighters according to a Paraguayan digital newspaper.

RT reports that in Germany the authorities are investigating 30,000 people allegedly suspects of being part of **** rings. A doctor in Spain says that vaccines are made with aborted fetuses. The UN says the Saudi kingdom is being delisted for the violation of killing and maiming. The reason is His Highness Mohammed Bin Salman is killing fewer children in Yemen. In short, Yemenis are the untermensch for the Saudis.

Here the government is talking about a stricter curfew at weekends because some people were arrested playing soccer or volleyball. More than 3,000 have been prosecuted for violation of the quarantine. They are blaming the people for the spread of the infection. As though the government cares about people´s health. The pandemic is hitting what is left of the middle class very hard and unemployment is increasing. 

In Ciudad del Este, a city on the border with Brazil, in the state penitentiary there was a mass contagion. Last week almost 550 people - prison guards and inmates - tested positive for the virus. I wonder, if the test kits the health authorities use, are reliable. While this is happening an 11-year old girl was taken to a public hospital where she gave birth to a baby. These cases happen from time to time.
Paraguayan doctors are suffering from psychotic pandemia when they are threatening us with newer measures. Is there any vaccine for them? I doubt it.

As you say nobody cares about democracy, morality, Marxism when they are without bread. The stomach rules.
Well, let us enjoy life!
Take a nap whenever you can.

P.S. I hope you and the readers of this blog find Clarence E. Flynn´s Poem Death video interesting.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zqn5GcEgqZc