Tuesday, April 04, 2006

Vampires: Great In Fantasy, Sick In Reality

I have, as long as I can remember, had a certain affinity for Vampires.

Maybe that contributed to my love of staying up all night and sleeping away most of the daylight hours.

I don't know why it was so attractive to me, but I know I'm not alone.

Vampire movies have been popular since the beginning of motion pictures.

Is it our lust for blood? Our lust for eternal life?

I don't know.

Either way, it is fantasy.

Just good clean fun.

But what would any of us sane people think of actually causing another to bleed?

I will speak for myself here...

I would be creeped out big-time.

I don't particularly like the sight of real blood.

So the thought of actually causing someone to bleed is totally disturbing to me.

And then I read this on The Infidel Bloggers Alliance.

It's originally from Gates of Vienna.

What The Hell Is Wrong With These People?

Why are they so into blood and death? New contributor, Apollon Zamp, explains at Gates of Vienna.

This is more than sick to me.

I can't fathom hurting someone I love, especially if it was my own child.

Granted, this is a fringe Muslim group, but it is going un-checked.

If a similar ritual (be it Christian, Jewish or other) went on in the US, I guarantee, this kid would not be spending tonight with this sick man that calls himself a father.

Unfortunately, this shows the divide that we have to cross with Islam if we wish to obtain peace.

If Muslim countries don't have a fiery passion against such heinous acts, we must believe they condone this behavior.

This is the enemy we face.

Our nice little passive, politically correct war we are waging on terror, will not do.

We do not have their attention.

Citizens of the world, get a back-bone, and rip this tree out from the roots...


Convert to Islam now, it will save you time in the fu2r.


Blogger Always On Watch said...

Evil--pure and simple. That's how I see those who deliberately inflict pain on their children.

Remember the Canaanites of the Old Testament? They tossed their children into the belly of the fire god. Some Arabs claim a genetic tie with those Canaanite tribes.

Now, about the fascination with vampires...I've experienced that as well. Many a late night, as you mentioned. But that was safe, and vampires were portrayed as evil and often brought to justice. I don't recall apologists for vampirism.

6:43 AM  
Blogger The Doc said...

Is there anything we can do to help these poor people coming out of the Dark Ages? Mainstream media will never do anything about it, but I do feel that maybe Internet can. And here we are. We can only try our best.

11:29 AM  

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