Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Malevelence has a face.

I didn't say anything about the Giffords shooting because frankly, the worthless partisan jackasses in the media have over hyped the story in an effort to gin up hysteria. I'm pretty sick of it and have been avoiding the news all weekend. One thing struck me today though. I saw a picture of the killer and was startled. He's supposed to be in his early 20s but he looks ancient. He resembles nothing less than a cross between Hanibal Lecter and the devil's spawn from The Passion of the Christ. When the mind and soul are clouded it shows in some people.

5 comments:

Old Bob said...

I had the same feeling: creepy.

Anita Moore said...

And it's no wonder, when you consider that they found a satanic altar in the guy's backyard.

http://cantuar.blogspot.com/2011/01/arizona-shooter-had-satanic-occult.html#

scotju said...

The shooter was mentally ill. But IMHO, it was his drug abuse, extreme political beliefs, and occult involvement that drove him to commit his crime. I've known several mentally ill persons in my lifetime, and if something like this happened, it was usually cased by a lack of proper medical care, self-medication with alcohol or street drugs, or the influence of adopted occult or extreme polictical beliefs. Based on what I've read about the shooter, all of these factors figured into the tragedy. Of all these factors, I believe his occult invovlement was the main thing that drove him to commit his crime.

Lola said...

I have noticed that mental illness, the torture of it, will deform or alter a person's face.

There was a brilliant boy who made mazes. They were so incredible that as a child, his mazes were published into several books. By the time he became a young man he was ingulfed in Schizophrenia.
I went to a wonderful exibit on his brief life and the photos showed the disease on his face.
You can read about him here: http://www.stltoday.com/suburban-journals/article_7c72cdec-2d5e-5a25-99cd-159306a1de7d.html

I didn't know about the "satanism" aspect about the shooter, but a mentally ill man that I knew is more a 'saint' who prays for the world and sees terifying visions of what may come. I know, most people would just say he's crazy. But, he and his cousin who cared for him faithfully went to mass, and he took his meds.



Now, I know we can't diagnose this young man who murdered six people and forever altered the lives of hundreds, but I think he was tortured in his mind. I'm not too crazy about the lable "madman" that so many people threw around.

Hans Georg Lundahl said...

"The shooter was mentally ill."

Or supposed such.

"I have noticed that mental illness, the torture of it, will deform or alter a person's face."

Or the torture of what misdiagnosis as "mentally ill" will bring on.

"By the time he became a young man he was ingulfed in Schizophrenia."

Or in mental hospitals treating him for supposed such.

"I didn't know about the "satanism" aspect about the shooter, but a mentally ill man that I knew is more a 'saint' who prays for the world and sees terifying visions of what may come. I know, most people would just say he's crazy. But, he and his cousin who cared for him faithfully went to mass, and he took his meds."

It is sad that the saint was forced to take his meds to get to mass.

Also, some Christians are deliberately, I think, forced to share hospital wards with satanists.

Now, torture of misdiagnosis will not just alter faces, it will also drive some to Satanism.

deretour : Missing the Primary Questions.
http://hglundahlsblog.blogspot.fr/2008/04/missing-primary-questions.html


Citing myself from that post:

Am I looking in the right direction for the answers? It is easy to look at victims of merely economic or even merely financial disabilities or disasters. It may not be so easy to look at sensitive members of your own family. It is easy to weep or curse or blaspheme because of the Tsunami or the hurricane Katrina (unless you live in the region or have family killed there). It may not be so easy to look away from the Third World to the young and poor of the Fourth, Fifth or Sixhundred-sixty-sixth Worlds, asking why your daughter finds Blacks, Arabs, Asiatics and Latinos, or conversely racists, preferrable to All White, but non-Racist, Christians; or why your son listens to Satanic Music like Black Sabbath or why he finds Cradle of Filth less filthy - at least less greasy - than most of the music played at Woodstock. Or why your sister hates her goergeous female body and destroys her beauty by suicide attemps or wrist slashing, anorexia or bulimia. Or why your brother, who is a bright talent, prefers alcohol and hashish and sniffing glue to his studies. Or why your friends prefer playing at vampires to playing at Robin Hood and the Sheriff of Nottingham. It is easy to look for the culprits in others, to point at Capitalism and Right Wing Christians or Communism and Left Wing Atheists or Illuminati, or Jews or Freemasons, or immigration and its use of national resources or racism or something of the sort as culprit.

It may be less soothing to look at oneself, to look into the mirror and say:
- I am teaching in a compulsory school, I sent a young man (who is frustrated because he should never have been forced to attend it) to the psychologist because he called me a faggot - and it is paying my bills;

(a few more, some of which also involve psychiatry).