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Inscrutable are the ways of the Lord

In 1944 Jorge Luis Borges, the best writer that the American hemisphere has ever produced; wrote a short story called “Three Versions of Judas”. The gist is that Judas should be our object of worship, because only by his treason of Jesus he made the crucifixion possible; and it was that which saved humanity. So no Judas, no salvation. Blessed be him.

Well, by that logic God Emperor Trump was made possible only by the treason of Anthony Weiner. So blessed be Weiner. Praise Weiner. Praise Kek.

Does anybody have a picture of Anthony Weiner with a green froggy face? I’ll print it out and give offerings every Tuesday.

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12 responses to “Inscrutable are the ways of the Lord

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  2. Karl November 9, 2016 at 08:43

    “Does anybody have a picture of Anthony Weiner with a green froggy face? I’ll print it out and give offerings every Tuesday.”

    Yes, indeed. Let’s start the new Religion.

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  4. HBDfan November 9, 2016 at 17:28

    Here’s an interesting question: will Mencius Moldbug really be only two phone calls away from the POTUS? Via Thiel of course.

  5. Inquiring Mind November 9, 2016 at 18:45

    Actually, there were two men known to have betrayed Jesus. One of them, of course was Judas Iscariot, whose betrayal was prophesied by Christ with the dire pronouncement “better if had never been born.” The second of them was Simon “Peter” bar Jonah, who among the 12 apostles was part of the “inner circle” consisting of himself with Zebedee’s sons James and John. That betrayal was also prophesied by Christ (before the cock crows, you will deny me three times.

    Whereas Peter was merely saving his own skin by falsely swearing up and down that he had nothing to do with Jesus, Judas was actively arranging for Jesus’ arrest. But was that second betrayal not forgivable as the first? We are told that Peter was nagged back into Christ’s graces — Do you love me? Yes, Lord, you know that I do. Feed my sheep. Peter later was martyred for his perseverance of public profession of belief — he didn’t take the easy way out a second time. Judas took his own life.

    Is taking one’s life the one irrevocable sin because you cannot repent from it in this life? Is it a sin or is it the consequence of major mental illness? But who is to know. But we do know that the Christian church has long had this teaching — sincerely believed, but perhaps also as an avenue of social control in the role of a religion’s role in ruling people? We venerate a Saint Peter but there is no Saint Judas Iscariot, and the differentiating factor may not be the initial betrayal.

  6. Got Yer Weiner November 10, 2016 at 06:24

    Spandrell, I have done thy bidding. Please see your limited edition ultra-rare Weiner Pepe here: http://imgur.com/a/993Q6

  7. Steel T Post November 10, 2016 at 17:41

    Who would buy a fantastical salvation “rewards program” scam from a Merchant, anyway? To live in a distant middle-eastern capital capital floating in the clouds? No way. I’ll stay loyal to my own blood and soil, and enjoy the embrace of Loki’s daughter in her mythological Norse underworld Hell.

    And in reality, that’s where we’re all going: Hell. Death. The grave. Eternal oblivion. It’ll be just like the eternity before you were born. The wisest Jew knew the simple facts that you will have *no reward* more and *no advantage* over General Custer’s horse.

    Ecclesiastes 9:5-10 For the living know that they will die, but the dead know nothing; they have NO FURTHER REWARD, and even their name is forgotten…in the realm of the dead, where you are going, there is neither working nor planning nor knowledge nor wisdom.

    Ecclesiastes 3:19-21 Surely the fate of human beings is like that of the animals; the same fate awaits them both: As one dies, so dies the other. All have the same breath; humans have NO ADVANTAGE over animals. All go to the same place; all come from dust, and to dust all return. Who knows if the human spirit rises upward and if the spirit of the animal goes down into the earth?”

    P.S. “Ecclesiastes is the only charming book ever written by a Jew.” -Ernest Renan (1823 – 1892)

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