January 12, 2012

Tower of Babel by Pieter Bruegel the Elder

Tower of Babel by Pieter Bruegel the Elder

Beware instead of the do-gooders—the war criminals such as Bush and Blair, or the Arab and Israeli religious zealots who wish to impose their way of life on happy-go-lucky types. I won’t let them win in a million years, no matter how many billions the phony ruling Saudis spend in trying to spread their Wahabi evil. Ditto the Orthodox settlers in the West Bank; they will never prevail because life is too much fun. The truly wicked creature of our age is the aggressive practitioner of abstinence. Do not confuse him with the Puritan. The latter denies himself pleasure so as to live a righteous life in God’s eyes. The abstinent denies himself pleasure so as to live a life more righteous than that of his fellow man—in his own eyes. Happiness to him consists of feeling morally superior to others. Look at the rich Saudis and Kuwaitis who visit our lands in order to drink and whore, or the Orthodox Jewish bigots who hide behind their religion when they’re caught dealing in drugs or sexually abusing children.

Don Giovanni is viewed as a great sinner, but not in my mind. He should not have killed the Commendatore, but life was cheaper back then. Donna Anna had him confused, or so I like to think. As the prophet may or may not have said, “If it weren’t for the wank, there’d be a hell of a lot of rape around.”

They say that death and taxes are life’s only two certainties. With inheritance taxes, you get both. Now even the once-fair Swiss are making noises about inheritance and higher taxes. They are thinking of changing laws in certain cantons that would strip us of our wealth. Beasts. The state should punish avaricious types such as the Russian crooks and Saudi thieves, not poor little Taki types. Singapore, here I come!



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