Thursday, June 17, 2010


WHAT I SEE

I see a Christian establishment singing glory be to god in a cathedral filled with gold pagan idols with an alter surrounded with Easter Lilies and replica of Joshua (aka Jesus) on the cross oblivious to the fact there are millions of African, Asian and Latino children crawling to the alter. The steps of the cathedral are filled with dead children who died from dehydration and diarrhea because they never had a chance to live with clean water. The isles of the cathedral are filled with these children crawling to the alter and others simply dead in the isles. In the end I see one child making it to the alter and breaking off an Easter Lili to suck whatever moisture he can manage to extract from the Christian flower. I see this child die because the limited moisture in the one Christian flower was not enough to save his life. The parishioners continue to sing glory be to god, oblivious to the stench of dying children.

WHAT I SEE

I see a 12 year old girl begging her father to take her to therapy for her depression. When asked why she is depressed she states she is stupid and cannot learn. She is 12 years old and reads at a second grade level, and BISD continues to pass her on because passing her on is easier than teaching her how to read.

WHAT I SEE

I see a young boy crying in agony from an abscessed tooth and a powerless mother to find help for her son. I see this young boy in his coffin because the infection spread into his blood stream and killed him. I see a nation oblivious to the death of their children.

WHAT I SEE

I see a nurse reassembling dismember babies to insure no body parts were left in the murderous mother’s body. I see mountains of body parts from innocent babies discarded in the heap of narcissism which is American liberalism

WHAT I SEE

I see a child of a mere 12 years with a noose around his neck because dying is somehow less painful than dealing with his sexual orientation and a nation of bigots who prefer their ignorance over knowledge

WHAT I SEE

I see the doors of our court houses closed to justice, while the corrupt bankrupt our country and communities. I see lawyers and judges raping our communities to compensate for their own lack of self-esteem.

WHAT I SEE

I see husbands who beat their wives because they blame their wife for their desire to be with a man instead of their wife. I see these same men who become sociopaths who lie at every turn, and destroy our courts and every aspect of our society because their lie about being gay or bisexual causes them to lose the ability to know right from wrong. when they speak they lie.  I see a society which declares it is better that a man beat his wife, than allow that man to be himself.

WHAT I SEE

So I sit in despair and cry, not because of what I see, but because I remain powerless to change what I see.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Well said, very well, good to see Christian people reminding us how good some of us have it.

Fred Drew said...

I am sad that each human being cannot line comfortably in their own skin whatever their personal circumstances are.
That in itself creates difficulties with the desire to believe there is something better to come in the afterlife because this life is so difficult. Most religions have practices that alienate some segment oh humanity because they don't live "right". The two largest, Islam and Christianity - particular.
Perhaps a little help from Siddhārtha Gautama would benefit many and as I understand just helps his followers improve. Are we doomed to fight each other as has been the case for the history of life on this planet?

Anonymous said...

The White Dog fighting the Black Dog! Only one can wil! So it is said; so it will always be.
It is in our own interest to be delusional, especially about religion.
Keep up the good work, Bobby.