With the annoying rapidity experienced from watching local newscasters throwing their plastic grins at you after nearly every story of shittiness they broadcast; or, attempting to talk to anyone without being dismissed as whatever idiot savant of the day they want to classify you as, in order to shut you up so their perfect little world inside their scrambled brains won’t be scrambled further – we look to the “saint’s” of the era to lead us out of our safe havens to safer havens that only these hypocritical saint’s of the day can lead us to:
Apple CEO Tim Cook said Monday night that not using one’s judgement to kick certain people off of tech platforms is a sin. While accepting the first-ever “Courage Against Hate” award from the Anti-Defamation League in New York City, Cook said that Apple is proud of exercising its judgement to kick certain people off of its platforms.
“At Apple, we’re not afraid to say our values drive our curation decisions,” he said. “And why should we be?” – via thefederalist.com
As any good saint of today does – Mr. Cook takes it upon himself to define sin as not kicking some blowhard that one doesn’t have to listen to, off his pristine platform of f**kery but geez, evidently having a company involved with producing instruments of ill heath, and has rolled out a new policy to analyze your data and determine a “trust score” based on what it finds, Venture Beat reported this week – well, these acts aren’t sins, just the way hypocrites operate. Ah yes, a right and proper hypocrite!
But if Mr. Cook and his bloviating jive isn’t your cup of tea – not to worry, there are hundreds, maybe even thousands of other hypocritical arse’s, telling you not to do as they do, but to do as they say:
UN Climate Summit to Emit More CO2 Than 8,200 American Homes Do In A Year
This year’s United Nations climate summit will have a carbon footprint equivalent to the yearly electricity usage of more than 8,200 American households, according to the international body’s own figures.
The U.N. estimates the summit, called COP24, will emit 55,000 metric tons of carbon dioxide — the very greenhouse gas U.N. officials are trying to keep from accumulating in the atmosphere.
Based on U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) figures, that’s the equivalent of more than 11,700 cars driving for one year or 728 tanker trucks worth of gasoline. That amount of CO2 emissions is also the same as 8,243 American homes for an entire year, according to EPA. – via thedailycaller.com
The Winter chill is upon us here in the Northern Hemisphere. So, as you’re reading about what a louse, degenerate, and all-around bad person you are because you’re committing “sins” these nutjobs dream up, please feel free to put another log on the fire (if you’re still “permitted” to do that), drink your favorite cocktail and tell these hypocritical shit-bags to stick it. They surely won’t be listening to you as they’re carted around in climate controlled limo’s, dining at 10 star restaurants and coming back to top-of-the-line hotel rooms, where they adjust the climate to their wretchedly specific, hypocritical specifications.
As America continues on the path of losing its mind and soul, and burying its heart in absolute insanity by listening and buying into the shyte of these self-proclaimed saints of treachery and ugliness – the aching soul yearning for truth, for love and for beauty must turn to music, the universal language, for solace.
Sometimes, one comes across angels in the musical world. And such a singing angel is included in tonight’s musical offering.
It’s only four and half minutes in length – but if you give it a chance – perhaps listening by yourself in the early morning or late evening – you won’t be disappointed.
Ms. Janeckova’s performance of Mozart’s “Laudate Dominum”, is as near perfection as I’ve ever heard.
W. A. Mozart – Laudate Dominum, KV 339 – Patricia Janečková – Soprán
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Laudate Dominum, omnes gentes Laudate eum, omnes populi Quoniam confirmata est Super nos misericordia eius, Et veritas Domini manet in aeternum. Amen