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  • Mathew Morrell
    Apr 1 2:24 AM
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      Terry Schiavo's death means we are now, finally, apart of the
      international community of man. That makes me feel warm and tingly
      all over. Doesn't it you?

      Don't listen to those bad, mean Christians. They're wrong. The
      United Nations is a brotherhood based on the progressive ideals of
      life, liberty and justice. They're coming heralds a new epoch in
      societal evolution, the "international community," where scientific
      values reign supreme over dogmatic Christianity and where equality
      and the "rights of man" trumpet loudly over all the nations of the
      world, where all things, human, animal, plant, may free themselves
      from the tyranny of the wicked, where all life is prized. . .
      except, of course, the "life that's unfit for life". . . except, of
      course, people like Terry Schiavo: the undesirables that lack the
      proper "character and industry." Those are the one's who should
      be "executed in a kindly manner."

      Now that the US is enlightened with progressive, international
      ideals, our Swamp County judges in Florida can join up with Koffi
      Annan and start rounding up the mentally handicapped from the
      beaches of Florida, starting with disabled people in wheel chairs.
      If they're heads are hanging too low, that means they're
      vegetables. Execute them in a kindly, benevolent manner. After
      all, they're spouses probably want them dead anyway. And really,
      what good are they? Are they worth our food and cloths and medical
      care?

      Let's ask the much-admired socialist George Bernard Shaw. Maybe he
      can supply us with the answer. What do you say, Gorgy? You're
      practically worshipped today by internationalists in the UN, Colin
      Wilson and the swamp judges in Florida, not to mention the
      inebriated sex-addicts in Hollywood. How does socialism treat "life
      unfit for life"?

      "I also made it quite clear that Socialism means equality of income
      or nothing, and that under Socialism you would not be allowed to be
      poor. You would be forcibly fed, clothed, lodged, taught and
      employed whether you liked it or not. If it were discovered that you
      had not character and industry enough to be worth all this trouble,
      you might possibly be executed in a kindly manner; but whilst you
      were permitted to live, you would have to live well." [George
      Bernard Shaw, "An Intelligent Woman's Guide to Socialism"]

      That says it all, Mr. Shaw. Thank you.


      Mathew Morrell
      www.kcpost.net
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