More forethoughts and afterthoughts…

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More forethoughts and afterthoughts:

From the separatists in Spain to the American “antifas”, the universal language of idiocy is SOCIALISM.

… and the privileges afforded by the last of the “empires” produced a distorted human-like creature, who just kept regressing and regressing to primeval origins… its regression would constitute the biggest setback in evolutionary annals.

… y los privilegios otorgados por el último de los “imperios” produjeron una criatura con aspectos semi humanos que retrocedería y retrocedería a estados primigenios… tal retroceso habría de constituir la mayor involución en los anales de la historia.

… you who kneel in your privileged world, other than to give thanks, may be liable or the king you now have.

Old American Pedestrian: accelerate, smile, even wave upon courtesy. Modern American Pedestrian: slow pace, stare, defiance.

NY Public School stabbing afterthought: Political Correct Patrol, please allow their correction while they are young, so you don’t have to punish them later as adults.

Hermanos boricuas, por favor, don’t be indoctrinated by the left. This time the Yankees are not coming; they are there and to help!

A child who grows without civic and moral guidelines, will later on confuse conservatism with impediment and liberalism with indulgence.

Los niños y niñas criados sin códigos cívicos y morales, al crecer confundirán el conservadurismo con impedimento y liberalismo con indulgencia.

Para(comu)dox: the apex of ignorance is when humans fall for the promise of equality from leaders who will never be their equal.

Another day in which we face the inmense relativity of it all. Today there is no greater pain for any of Las Vegas’ victims or their relatives than the horrific experience they have all undergone. In our proverbial human “procession” they march along side with puertoricans, texans, floridians, Virgin islanders; even next to each one of us, with our individual -perhaps often trivial- afflictions, whatever they may be. It is called RELATIVITY and should always serve as a reminder not to ever underestimate someone else’s grief or for that matter to never overestimate or even resent their moments of joy. We are all children of impending casualty and unbeknownst fate.

you who kneel in your privileged world, other than to give thanks, may be liable for the king you now have.

you who kneel in your privileged world, other than to give thanks, may be liable for the king you now have.you who kneel in your privileged world, other than to give thanks, may be liable for the king you now have.

you who kneel in your privileged world, other than to give thanks, may be liable for the king you now have.


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