Razzberry Rose

Letters to home.

Wednesday, February 28, 2007

Jesus died for WHAT?

The greatest damage done by religion has been to attribute to "grace," the energy transmitted via eye contact with fully conscious ("enlightened") people, the power to instantaneously transform a recipient's evil nature to good. This has resulted in fully conscious people being exploited, terrorized, persecuted, and eventually murdered, by "grace" addicts trying to force them to provide the addicts with their drug. The addicts sometimes refer to the thing they're killing us for as "love." Sick motherf*ckers, ain't they?

Sunday, February 25, 2007

"Doomsday Jesus We Need You Now"

"Never interfere with an enemy that is in the process of committing suicide." --Napoleon Bonaparte (unless they're committing suicide by murdering us)

Wednesday, February 21, 2007

Forgiving and forgetting can be dangerous and very stupid!

Part of the indoctrination that is a staple of Caucasian Americans' upbringing is that we are obligated to look for a way to "forgive" crimes committed against us by anyone who isn't a Caucasian, even if forgiving them gives them the opportunity to commit more crimes against us. "Mercy but murders, pardoning those that kill," from "Romeo and Juliet," by William Shakespeare." "Charlie Brown, you blockhead," from Lucy Van Pelt, after snatching the football away from Charlie Brown for the umpteenth time.

Sunday, February 18, 2007

Pay-per-view, anyone? or, who had the camera?

The atrocities committed against the two white kids from Knoxville, TN, as detailed on www.tightrope.com, are exactly the kind of "entertainment" that the monsters in Los Angeles, CA crave. Innocent people are lured to the "Entertainment Capital of the World," where they find out they have been brought here to "star" in a pornographic/snuff/jungle fever themed "reality show." And there's no escape.

Thursday, February 15, 2007

Sessue Hayakawa was right

The Enemy tells us that fighting monsters will turn us into monsters, so that we will be afraid to fight monsters. It isn't fighting monsters that turns us into monsters, it's finding satisfaction in the act of fighting that turns us into monsters, especially if we are in a position of command.

Tuesday, February 13, 2007


When society cannot "tempt" the people whose priorities are not measured in dollars or backstage passes, it resorts to torture and terrorism, disguised as "bad luck" or "bad judgement," of course.

Monday, February 05, 2007

Sorting hat

The System allows us to read books about the triumph of good over evil so that they can influence our perception of how that war should be fought. Has anyone ever questioned why Hogwart's didn't test the kids to see if they were good or evil before they were permitted to enroll?