Friday, June 2, 2023

Inside Man: What is good?

I watched Inside Man on Netflix last week and I found it really disturbing. It was about a death row detective. People would come to this inmate on death row with cases and he would solve them. It was very well done. One of the stories in the series I found very disturbing. It was about a vicar in the Anglican church who was faced with a moral dilemma and lost his mind.

The theme is everyone is a murderer. You just have to meet the right person. I don't buy that. Then it starts down the road of moral dilemmas. The one that bugged me was about a subordinate who gave the vicar a flash drive to hide his porn from his mother.

Then the vicar's son's math tutor opens it and sees it's child porn. Kids being sexualy and physically abused. First she thinks it belonged to the vicar's son and he said no it's not my son. There's no moral dilemma here. As soon as he found out what was on the flash drive they should have all taken it to the police. Instead he kidnaps her and it goes downhill from there. It was creepy as f*ck. I had to keep fast forwarding it through that particular story but the rest of it was very well done. I just don't agree with the premise that everyone is a murderer.

It brings us back to the erosion of our morals. Don't forget, Netflix were the ones that ran that controversial show Cuties which was sexualizing young under age girls. It was totally inappropriate. That's where the Q+ is trying to take us. It's trying to erode our morals so we accept the unacceptable. Pedophelia is not OK and never will be.

This brings us back to the title page of the book Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance. "And what is good, Phaedrus, And what is not good. Need we ask anyone to tell us these things?”

I don't need a Bible to tell me raping children is wrong. I can figure that out all by myself and I can clearly see anyone trying to convince me that it's OK is mentally deranged. We all have morals and that is exactly what the World Economic Forum is trying to take away from us.


  1. Well said Dennis.

    1. Thanks. Kinda rambling but it just seems so simple.

    2. "Not all who wander (or ramble) are lost. - JRR Tolkein

    3. Indeed. That saying reminds me of the Australian national anthem, Waltzing Matilda.

  2. This needed to be stated.

    Beacause these control freaks at the very top are all involved in it.

    You don't get into that top echelon "club" unless you're a participant in this crap.

    It's the price of admission.

    They have something on you and can now trust you and it demonstrates your psychopathic capabilities which is the other requirement for "club" entrance.

    What a world we live in.

    It's no wonder people can't handle the truth, it's just too dark and ugly.


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