The diffusion of a few drops of Christianity into a leftist mind transforms the idiot into a perfect idiot. -- Dávila
So, what went wrong? Not just with Helen, but with everyone? Is it true that language was given to man in order to conceal his thoughts? Or in order to straight-up lie? Look at Slow Joe: says he's a Catholic. But he's really a Democrat. Effin'-stephen? Or a hatin' Satan?
In the Christianity of the leftist Christian, one of the two elements sooner or later eliminates the other.
The Catholicism of the left is the pretense of baptizing theses that have not been converted.
The progressive Christian’s error lies in believing that Christianity’s perennial polemic against the rich is an implicit defense of socialist programs.
Atop the bell tower of the modern church the progressive clergy place a weathervane in place of the cross.
Religion under the influence of the progressive clergy, instead of being the opiate of the people, is their poison.
So brief is the biblical gap between man and liar that we might well call these snakes Homo slipperyones. Man is created on page 2, but by page 3 he's already lying to God and trying to weasel out of responsibility.
You could say this (o)urtext is about the creation of man. Or you could say it is about man's creation of lying. After all, there wasn't any, nor could there be any, falsehood prior to the appearance of man.
Language is a vehicle or carrier of light. How then can it possibly become the carrier of such haudible darkness? How does it become what it isn't? Before language starts running innerference for the prince of darkness, everything is what it is, not what it's not.
Let's wind our crocks back to before zero. No, not 13.7 billion years ago, but up above to the timeless source of time itself. How does nothink become somethink anyway, unless somethink was langlishing there all along?
What happens when language vacates the head and begins running around the world unsupervoiced? Well, that's what language does. The world is made of language; or, rather, what we call "the world" is saturated with the stuff. The adversary knows this. Why don't we?:
The left is a lexicographical tactic more than an ideological strategy.