Monday, June 19, 2006

Something I heard today

My friend told me that he was in the hospital today and some old codger in a wheelchair asked him if he was married. He replied, "no", to which the old fellow replied, "well what do you do for agitation?"

Thursday, May 11, 2006

Steve P's latest

It has been said that the dirty pederfile is now intimately involved with both mother and daughter at the same time.

Sunday, October 16, 2005

A new conclusion to life!

Whilst hiding in the shadows one day.

I came to the conclusion that LIFE SUCKS!!! .. Slowly at first, and we hardly seem to notice, but by the time we reach our second decade, we seem to become more aware that it indeed sucks! With each passing decade, life seems to suck more and more...

... and our awareness of how much it sucks intensifies and tends to make us frantic, insanely upping the pace of life to achieve more, hoping that it will suck less if we do; Wondering what we can do better to stop it sucking so much! ....

..... When it is too late for us to realise that we have been sucking ourselves in, we become aware of how much we have got wrong, and why life sucked so much......

....... and how little time we have left before the life we have been gifted ........

......... has been completely sucked away!!!

Thursday, September 22, 2005

I almost forgot, Steve

Your ex is back in town ;-)


Some bastards don't realise how much of a loser they really are. Steve The Pederfilliac has gone to great lengths over the last few weeks to sabotage most of the relationships he has. Of course, he has also continued to attempt to coerce my separated wife to try and set me up to satisfy his ego. This is the same person who we helped to no end after he and his ex-wife broke up in a very nasty way. We housed and fed him for over six months, then helped him to get on his feet whilst he rented the house next door to us. His idea of repayment was to lie to both of us in order to assist the breakdown of our relationship.

The Pederfile has always been a liar, following the Father of Lies from his youth. He delights in feeding his ego by causing as much trouble with those he encounters as possible. His manipulative and divisive words are nothing more than selfish deceptions to try and boost the figure he dreams of being, but will never be able to live up to because he continues to sabotage his relationship with himself. The narcissistic love he has for himself conflicts with the hatred he also has for himself and he is therefore in a constant state of torment. In order to attempt to sooth the torment he believes it is necessary to take revenge on every person he meets, believing that the world owes him.

In a state of constant denial, he lives a lie and thinks that he is somewhat akin to an evil Peter Pan, eluding Captain Hook as he flits about, stirring up trouble wherever he goes. Of course, denial never allows him to take responsibility for the vomit that he throws up and he is a blamer to the max. None of this will ever give him peace though and his current stress-related manifestations will inevitably bring about his ultimate collapse as he can never rest because he has to watch his back ever so much more closely now.

No longer able to hold a relationship with his girlfriend (another relationship he has sabotaged) he will have to masturbate himself and return to his gay mates to push shit uphill.

More and more of his skeletons will come out of the closet and haunt him. Timely or untimely will be his end, who knows?

To suffer or not to suffer, that is the question!

Wednesday, September 07, 2005

Proverbial Politics and Common Sense

I believe that the political climate of the world is steadily becoming more corrupt and deceptive. In New Zealand, we are reputed to have one of the least corrupt governments in the world and yet it is still leaving an ever growing trail of deceit and corruption to the detriment of the people it is supposed to serve.

In looking for some answers, I was reading through some proverbs over the last week, and found a lot of wisdom in them. I jumped onto the internet and searched a bit further to see if anyone else had thought about proverbial persuasions for politicians.

First up is from Ambrose Bierce, in "The Devil's Dictionary, 1911"
'Politics: A strife of interests masquerading as a conquest of principles. The Conduct of public affairs for private advantage.'

and Emile Vrabie said, 'Don't you know the difference between the two economic systems?Under Capitalism, man exploits man. But, under Communism, it's just the other way around.'

Frank Dane could be remembered for this proverb - 'Never vote for the best candidate, vote for the one that will do the least harm.'

Gore Vidal's proverb states - 'Politics is made up of two words. "Poli" which is Greek for "many", and "tics", which are blood-sucking insects.

H.L.Menken says, "Democracy is the art and science of running the circus from the monkey-cage", and then goes on to say "The whole aim of practical politics is to keep the populace alarmed and hence, clamorous to be led to safety - by menacing it with an endless series of hobgoblin, all of them imaginary." (Pretty proverbial, aye?)

Kierkegaard writes a proverb that goes like this: "People demand freedom of speech as a compensation for the freedom of thought which they never use.", and Joseph Stalin stated "Ideas are more powerful than guns. We don't allow our enemies to have guns, why should we allow them to have ideas?"

Kierkgaard and Stalin seem to have touched on to something I have observed, namely the brainwashing of the public into silence and submission. It seems that we have been duped into believing that, no matter who we empower as politicians, we will be subjected to the same cruel governance. Why have we been taught to believe this? Could it be that the government really sees us as the enemy?

Leo Tolstoy claimed, "The more that is given, the less that people will work for themselves. And the less that they work, the more their poverty will increase."

Many of our governments appear to be giving us more and more (and, on the surface, they are). The consequences of this, according to Tolstoy, are that our poverty will increase.

  • Is our poverty increasing?
  • Do governments like us to believe that they are giving us more? If so, why?
  • Where does the government get all the money to give us more anyway? Are we giving the government more?
  • If we give the government more, will they end up in poverty too?

It all looks a bit bleak, doesn't it?

What I found interesting is that the non-biblical proverbs rang true, but gave us no idea of what to expect to have good governance. They all seemed to be somewhat satirical or disillusioning.

The most prolific resource of proverbs relating to politics and government came from the Bible. There was a resounding sound of hope that could be found in a government if certain principles could be gleaned from these proverbs.

Here are a few excerpts from a passionate proverbial pontificater at

'While the Book of Proverbs is often consulted by Christians for words of wisdom on various matters, few tend to turn there for guidance concerning our political involvement. I believe there is good reason, however, why Proverbs is especially pertinent to the subject of politics... Proverbs, then, was written to princes. Here was a king not only instructing his “son” about wisdom in general, but also about wisdom as it related to governing a nation. If Christians are to “reign with Christ” (2 Tim. 2:12), should we not also prepare ourselves to reign in a righteous way?...
... Good Government is Godly Government. Good government is also a godly government according to Proverbs. Three principles which outline the relationship between godliness and government in the Book of Proverbs. Let us briefly consider them.

  • When it goes well with the righteous, the city rejoices, And when the wicked perish, there is glad shouting. By the blessing of the righteous a city is exalted, But by the mouth of the wicked it is torn down (11:10-11).
  • Righteousness exalts a nation, But sin is a disgrace to any people (14:34).
  • When the righteous increase, the people rejoice, But when a wicked man rules, people groan (29:2).

Since the purpose of government is to uphold righteousness, God requires rulers to be righteous (cf. 16:2).When those who govern are righteous, their administration will be successful and stable.

  • Loyalty and truth preserve the king, And he upholds his throne by righteousness (20:28).
  • By the transgression of a land many are its princes, But by a man of understanding and knowledge, so it endures (28:2).
  • A leader who is a great oppressor lacks understanding, But he who hates unjust gain will prolong his days (28:16).
  • If a ruler pays attention to falsehood, All his ministers become wicked (29:12).
  • If the king judges the poor with truth, His throne will be established forever (29:14).

Government deals with matters which are humanly impossible to produce. Righteousness, justice and equity are all God-given. A government which would promote righteousness must seek divine enablement.

  • For the Lord gives wisdom; From His mouth come knowledge and understanding. He stores up sound wisdom for the upright; He is a shield to those who walk in integrity, Guarding the paths of justice, And He preserves the way of His godly ones. Then you will discern righteousness and justice And equity and every good course (2:6-9).
  • ‘By me kings reign, And rulers decree justice. By me princes rule, and nobles, All who judge rightly” (8:15-16).
  • Evil men do not understand justice, But those who seek the Lord understand all things (28:5).

While there may be wisdom in separating certain religious functions from political office, there is no way that we can separate righteousness from political office. If the purpose of government is to promote righteousness and to punish evil, how can we avoid defining righteousness and defending it as a part of our political obligation before God?

Characteristics of a Righteous Ruler. The outworking of righteousness in government is not left in vague and academic terms. Proverbs spells out what a godly government will do.

Those in positions of power sometimes thwart justice by showing deference to certain individuals in the community. Proverbs condemns such partiality and insists upon justice and equity.

  • A wicked man receives a bribe from the bosom To pervert the ways of justice (17:23).
  • To show partiality to the wicked is not good, Nor to thrust aside the righteous in judgment (18:5).
  • These also are sayings of the wise. To show partiality in judgment is not good. He who says to the wicked, “You are righteous,” Peoples will curse him, nations will abhor him; But to those who rebuke the wicked will be delight, And good blessing will come upon them (24:23-25).
  • It is not for kings, 0 Lemuel, It is not for kings to drink wine, Or for rulers to desire strong drink. Lest they drink and forget what is decreed, And pervert the rights of all the afflicted (31:4-5).

It is possible for the king to abuse his power and to take advantage of the helpless. Ahab and Jezebel, for example, murdered Naboth in order to obtain his field (1 Kings 21).Proverbs recognizes this as one of the dangers facing those in power and urges those who reign not to abuse their power, but to use it to protect the powerless.

  • A leader who is a great oppressor lacks understanding, But he who hates unjust gain will prolong his days (28:16).
  • If a king judges the poor with truth, His throne will be established forever (29:14).
  • Open your mouth for the dumb, For the rights of all the unfortunate. Open your mouth, judge righteously, And defend the rights of the afflicted and needy (31:8-9).


  • It is the glory of God to conceal a matter, But the glory of kings is to search out a matter (25:2).
  • Evil men do not understand justice, But those who seek the Lord understand all things (28:5).

Righteousness is often evidenced by one’s response to wickedness. The righteous ruler will not tolerate sin. He will not practice wickedness, nor will he tolerate its practice or presence. He seeks it out and deals with it.

  • A king who sits on the throne of justice Disperses all evil with his eyes (20:8).
  • But to those who rebuke the wicked will be delight, And a good blessing will come upon them (24:25).
  • Take away the wicked from before the king, And his throne will be established in righteousness (25:5).
  • Like a trampled spring and a polluted well Is a righteous man who gives way before the wicked (25:26).... '

(there is more information at this link)

When will the blinkers be removed?

When will we be freed from our Misery? Poverty? Slavery?

When will we find the courage to face the TRUTH and stop pandering to the LIE that so many politicians have been feeding us for too long?

Thursday, September 01, 2005

Further propositions about the Peder-file's power and control

The Peder-file would be likely to:
- adopt his first wife's surname because he felt embarassed about his father's surname. What a diddler!- Not know how to really love anybody but himself, whom he would be likely to spend considerable time looking at in his mirror.
- Think that he is God's gift to women because of his sexual prowess and his dick, not realising that his real prowess is his ego and he is really a dick-head!
- Delight in manipulating his way between partners of a relationship and then forming a 'platonic' sexual relationship with the woman in that relationship. He would be likely to pick on the likes of a lawyer or policeman or other professional.-Think he was a bit like Peter Pan, never growing up and living in Never Never Land!
- Complain bitterly that people were using 'power and control' over him, yet make a daily practice of using 'power and control' on others through extremely manipulative methods.
- Coerce your children to take sides with him, expose them to things they should not be exposed to by telling them that everyone else is doing it so they should do it too, and then tell them that their parent/parents were being too authoritarian when they cared enough to tell their children that they should not go down such a dangerous road.

If he could only be honest with himself, instead of living in delusion, he would realise how dysfunctional, deceptive and destructive his ways are. Of course honesty is his enemy. He is the King of Lies and Deceit! He cowers when the REAL, ABSOLUTE TRUTH is exposed and sits in denial, spitting and cussing and planning how he can try to perpetuate his cesspool of filth.

What should one do with this type of degenerate?

Wednesday, August 31, 2005

Steve the Poser

A certain individual who wishes to publicly identify himself as Steve has decided to violate privacy of those who do not wish to be identified, including both sides of the 'mutual friends and associates' that this undesireable appears to have been backstabbing and double-crossing.

This steve ( who wants his email posted, but I have rethought this and decided to remove his email addy) makes all kinds of accusations as though I am supposed to know him. After reading what he had to write, I don't think I know him at all, however I will express what I think...

His ramblings revealed him to appear so vain and narcissistic that he would wear a hat at all times so that no one could see what a bald-head he is. It would seem that his vanity is such that he can insult anyone to his heart's degree, but not be able to take what he gives. Seems like a bloody coward to me.

I also suspect that his 'power and control games', physical and psychological abuse have such a hold on him that it has cost him at least two marriages and numerous other relationships, yet he has the cheek to try and pull power and control games on me to wear an identity that doesn't belong here.It would appear that he has no control over himself, choosing to pull rank when it suits him. I suspect that any woman unlucky enough to be in a relationship with him now must be living a nightmare with his power and control games, witchcraft and sorcery, manipulation and control and lies and gossip.

I suspect he would typically look you straight in the eye and say he was telling the truth, when it was really a lie. I suspect that his specialty is pretending to befriend couples whilst sectretly playing spouses off against each other and likely trying to photograph their children so that he can fantasize about the peder-phile he would like to be. I suspect that he would have a computer loaded with young nudes and erotica.

I suspect that he has little better to do than harass the local police over trumped up allegations that he has exaggerated so that he can get his way and make trouble. It would also be likely that he likes to flaunt with the law by keeping marijuana plants at his home, and it would be almost certain that he would be a tax evader, trying to become 'invisible' to the government and their revenue collectors.

What kind of a place does a low-life like this have in a community?

Would your daughters be safe? Would your wife be safe? Would your fiancee be safe? Would you be safe?

I sure hope that you don't have a Steve like this in your community ;-)

Have a gr8 day

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