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I live in a camper van with a couple of West Highland Terriers for company.
My passion is photography but it is a work in progress.
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Wednesday, 18 November 2015

BLUE SKY. (18/11/15)

I was going title this ‘TERROR.’ Thought we have all had enough of that horrific malarkey. I agree that what happened in Paris, Beirut and Ankara is truly awful. Thought I would look ‘Outside The Box.’

Had it happened in New York then god help us or perhaps he doesn’t need to apart from a nod towards condoning a bit of torture. Topping malefactors and Guantanamo’s dubious criminal incarceration…That made a big difference. Of course it did…….Think a bit…It made things worse.

It’s a great book the bible it allows one to condone what one wants. You should not kill. Pretty obvious. Christians are killers. How come? Killing seems to come as second nature to people with power as long as they are once removed. I don’t know about adultery. Well I do but know it is naughty and just brilliant. God said that was really bad. Moses didn’t say how much fun it is. Bugger all he knew about it.

Humanitarians have to fight to stop the nasty folk. Any time you see antisocial behaviour don’t hesitate and dive in.  . Come on; get over it. Infra something heart disease  kills everyone much quicker , definitely sooner than the individual anticipated. I suspect most American fast food outlets kill more folk in a year than a terrorist could wish for. Roads and cars do. I have been looking at Mersad’s blog and no wonder they die young. They are eating processed food disguised by salt and sugar. I don’t feed my dogs on that shit.

Here is a little snap. It’s called …..

POWER

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It’s just a pylon.

I know I’m an atheist but also looked after white skinned and brown skinned ones all over the northern hemisphere. I saw some die, sickening it was but I was near to a full throw up at pictures of Dithery’s tears at a football match. We bloody won  2-0 a white wash. He should have been cheering.

God Almighty. He is our leader and not even a mediocre actor. I would have stood to attention and saluted. No tears. Should we dispose him or just ignore him? As an afterthought what was our next but one thinghy doing there popping a posy down? Threat. Nil. How they you would like them to think the Islamic nutters are a threat. Just a load of towel heads pissing about. Unlike Dithery I have been amongst them. They are nice people. Better than hoorays and a bit smarter.

They are having a bit of a laugh at the expense of infidels. They will be let off it it suits pocket lining politicians

14 comments:

  1. Adrian, for one who purports to not see anything religious in what you do, you have a very active, and continually hostile mind to those of faith. You also once told me, quite markedly, that you are not an atheist, and yet you claim that indeed you are. As for the pylon, I saw The Saint, that's Simon Templer to the old among us.

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    1. You notice I spell Templer with an 'e', just in case you think there is some religious undertone that might just offend you.

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    2. I used to listen to the Saint on the radio.
      I am never offended that badly unless someone is killed for no reason.
      I am hostile..too strong a word....wary of people with a faith in a third party. That is my problem, I have a total lack of trust but do try to be trustworthy.

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  2. That pylon will steal your jewels! "God wills it" has always been the most pitiful excuse, but it's sure worked for almost all the nutters from all religions. Have another pint and be of good cheer.

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    1. Bill, I went out last night with Ian and Marilyn, I played the flute whilst she sand and he played the accordion. I say I played the flute....my fingers are too stiff these days but I joined n the slow bits that I knew.

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  3. Adrian, I understand having faith, and I understand agnostics. But I just don't understand atheists. How can you KNOW? I think you're a closet Catholic, and worship in a tiny church in the woods, surrounded by birds and fungi and trees. And it this doesn't make a lot of sense, then never mind.

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    1. Frances, I think I got the words mixed up. I phoned up and went to a folk night.
      I am really happy wandering the fields and forests. I would like a heavy horse like a Clydesdale to carry me and all the gear. There is a chap with lots of them just down the road where I get the dog food from but they are expensive and costly to feed and I dread to think of the vets bill. Horses always seem to be ill or lame or coughing.

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    2. That's a misconception. Most atheists don't claim to know. Based on the evidence or lack of same, we don't believe in a god. Most would reconvert if given sufficient evidence.

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  4. Terrorist give all their people a very bad name. Terrorists are bad no matter what color, culture or religion they are. Lots of other things kill like cars but the terrorist has emotion and it's just hate and irrational,

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    1. Red, I think the worst thing you can do is alter your plans because of a terrorist attack. I was brought up with the IRA. They were financed by Americans and Libya. Take no notice of them until you see one then give him a good kicking.

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  5. I see why you picked the picture of the pylon with the falling halo. It is symbolic of Christ on Calvary - guiding us like Buzz Lightyear to infinity and beyond. And the rolled bale of straw is symbolic of Islam - gathering recruits from the field that has symbolically already been harvested. And the trees on the horizon are symbolic of errr... I can't think of anything right now.

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    1. YP, I am happy today so piss off.
      I ought to have slept on this post but what the hell.

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  6. You're right about fast food over here, I refuse to eat that junk (haven't in years).
    I like your power image!

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  7. Espero que pronto todo en mundo se pueda vivir en paz Adrian!!
    Un abrazo.

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