Tuesday, June 13, 2006

Drive Sinners to Suicide -- They've Been Naturally Unselected

There's been a lot of talk of late regarding the terrorists who committed suicide at Guantanamo Bay, a.k.a. Gitmo. The best response I've heard yet came from the great talking head, Michelle Malkin. Despite my reservations and general distaste for the idea of women involved in and/or commenting on politics or any other world event (a distaste inspired by Peter's letters to Timothy in the New Testament), I've liked Mrs. Malkin since she voiced her approval of the Japanese internment camps during WWII. I know this will immediately draw cries of racism and other such nonsense, but one must understand that the Japanese were our enemies at the time, and nothing short of death is too harsh a punishment for them. Now I realize that innocent people were probably jailed, which is why I don't think internment was the most efficient way to punish those that conspired against us; however, I'm still impressed by the righteous lengths Mrs. Malkin is willing to go against evil. This shows that her heart is in the right place, even if she is mistaken. It also shows why God commands that women know their place.

Anyway, in response to the suicides of our terrorist prisoners, Mrs. Malkin said, "Boo-freakin-hoo," which, while certainly sounding harsh to moral relativists and people who accept sin, generally, if anything is not nearly celebratory enough. For it should be the goal of all Christians to either convert sinners to Christianity or drive them to suicide, and that is exactly the focus our laws should have. Of course some crimes, some willful disregard for the Bible is not as heinous as others, which is why the law should be such that minor sins or crimes should be met with some form of punishment that is certain to drive some to despair, but not necessarily to take their own lives. The hope is that the despair will drive them to the arms of Christ; but if it doesn't then they are destined to commit more sin which will be met with more punishment and despair until -- in the perfect world, at least -- they are driven to death. In fact, these laws don't need to be purely about punishment; they can affect the everyday lives of all of us. Like prayer in schools, for example. This is certain to deeply affect those whose hearts are fortified against God such that they get depressed. And this is good. Overtime, if they continue to reject Christ, this despair will only grow. It is exactly as it should be. I know this is a very hard argument for secularists to accept, so to them I say: just look at it terms of natural selection. These people go against the will of God, which is a miserable and impossible way to live. Therefore, they are being naturally unselected to live on this earth, which is supposed to be testimony and in honor of God. Just as the dinosaurs -- supposedly -- went extinct via natural selection, so too will sinners, one day.

As an aside, I may even be wrong about Mrs. Malkin being incorrect regarding the rightness of the internment camps. For read this about the Japanese suicide clubs. Perhaps it was an indirect result of the internment camps that somewhere, deep down, the Japanese learned about Christ and the greatness of the Biblical God. They'd be able to fully embrace Christianity but for the evil manga and japanimation they constantly watch; and unable to accept Jesus as their Lord and Savior, they kill themselves. Or maybe it is an example of why Mrs. Malkine is wrong, for these clubs are surely an example of an inherent goodness in the Japanese, an inherent goodness suppressed by Japanese culture.


Blogger Wrin said...

You do know, of course, that driving someone to suicide is murder? One of the commandments being "Thou shalt not murder"..?

10:28 AM  
Anonymous Matthew said...

It's funny you should say that:

"Among the most common faith groups in the U.S., Protestants have the highest suicide rate; Roman Catholics are next; Jews have the lowest rate. "
"Followers of religions that strongly prohibit suicide, like Christianity and Islam, have a higher suicide rate than those religions which have no strong prohibition (e.g. Buddhism and Hinduism.)"

1:57 PM  
Blogger Nathaniel said...

wrin -- no, it is not. they are left with a choice. if they kill themselves, then that's their choice; they were the ones who refused Jesus, they were the ones who were driven to depression without Jesus in their hearts. the beauty of this New Way is that this gives them the same freedom of choice that God gave all of us when He allowed us to choose Heaven or Hell by either accepting or rejecting HIM.

8:56 PM  
Blogger Nathaniel said...

matthew -- first of all i doubt all statistics because they are collected by Devil-worshipers. secondly, assuming they are true even, this doesn't surprise me, for many Protestants and all Catholics have twisted Christianity into something evil that should be condemned. God certainly does not favor such people and they become especially desperate and suicidal.

8:59 PM  
Blogger Wrin said...

Nathaniel, you are sadly mistaken. No matter how much choice you leave them you are still attempting to end their life, which is interfering with God's will. Also, your good friend J.D. Parnell is Catholic, is he not? Why do you condemn him?

8:48 AM  
Blogger Nathaniel said...

wrin -- no, we are not attempting to do any such thing. we are forcing them to commit totally to either Heaven or Hell. they still have a choice. God throws tragedy, He throws happiness and misery, into our lives all the time. and we respond to it correctly or we don't. when He throws tragedy, do we accuse Him of trying to murder us? the idea behind making sinners' life miserable is a less complicated version of what God does -- after all who can begin to know the motivations of God. and i'm not saying we should be like God, just that we have a duty to the Lord to make this place a perfect, righteous place by any means necessary, and making the lives of sinners miserable, forcing them to choose happiness by embracing Jesus or misery and death by denying Him, is a very good way to do that.

and why, all of a sudden, have people gotten it into their heads they know all this stuff about the good doctor? he is not catholic. he does, in fact, have a degree. if someone thinks they've found something on the internet about him, i'm telling you there's nothing there, so you've got the wrong guy.

8:59 AM  
Blogger Peter Sullivan said...

Hahaha, I'm just more blown away by the complete inability to grasp basic sentence structure and grammatical composition. Let me guess....you are from the South and you have the equivalent of what would be considered a 3rd grade education. I thought so....you, by definition, offer no adaptive benefit and consequently are at this very moment, albeit ever so incrementally, being naturally unselected. Thank fucken God....or whatever other make-believe, celestial douchebag of a tyrant you want to.

9:47 PM  
Blogger Peter Sullivan said...

Shit, jokes on me....on further inspection I have figured out that this is a fake parody blog. Well played! Awesome....

9:51 PM  

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