Everything About Wishing Someone Dead* (*But Were Afraid to Ask).
In 2007 when, quoting Wikipedia, “American Southern Baptist pastor, televangelist, and conservative activist”, Jerry Falwell finally died I cheered on my old blog, or if it was Facebook (don’t worry, I’ve since long abandoned that site), telling people how nice it was that he died.
A pretty normal dude, someone who I never even considered to be conservative by any means, complained to me and wrote that I shouldn’t talk ill about someone after their passing. I don’t remember what I answered, but it was probably something in the style of “he’s dead, so he won’t suffer” or whatever.
A lot of humans truly deserves to die. They don’t have the right anymore to a second or even third chance, they’ve done so much bad and hosts so much stupidity that family - or humanity in the long run - just would go in a better direction if a heart attack or car accident happened.
Wow, you say, this dude is fucking crazy. Don’t worry friends, wishing someone to be dead isn’t the same as actually killing someone. At least not in a way that could be proved. Like my earlier text about the power to conjure natural disasters and other horrible things to religious conservatives, this might work the same way. I leave it to there, use your own mind to figure out how that works.
But back to the dead, or the death of awful persons. We’re billions after billions of humans on this earth, and believe me, the death of people who’s needed is way higher than those that actually deserves to die. So looking at it that way it will be even.
Let’s say you have one person who have money and power, and this very person by his or her own words can ruin the life of million of other people, can we truly trust this human being? Let me tell you, power corrupts - it always corrupts. You can use it in positive ways, where you and your dear ones can live good lives without destroying everyone else's. Or you use that power of yours and destroys from many many others just for the sake of power.
Then you’re using your power totally in the wrong way. If you’re making yourself happy and everyone else as happy as possible everyone's happiness will increase. That’s awesome, but if you're doing the opposite… well, what’s the purpose of your existence. You deserve to die. That person deserves to live no more. That person should be a very dead human being.
So let’s wish for that.
Then, looking at wishing someone to be dead in a more harsh way, what bad would it do? You can tell yourself or someone you trust that you wish a certain person to die, and that’s it. If that person later dies within a reasonable time period - good for you. But with all likness those persons, probably paranoid psychopaths like Vladimir Putin, Donald Trump, Kim Jung-un, Sergio Berlusconi, Theresa May etc will live way too long for our own good - just because they’re paranoid psychopaths.
But we can wish, yeah? It’s not forbidden in anyway to use our imagination to pleasure ourselves with death and carnage - as long as we don’t do it IRL. We can wish morons leave this earthly existence and travels into the great black unknown ASAP. I do that every day, in one way or another - from big league psychos to small time idiots. It’s not about being obsessed by it, but instead replacing the neutral politically correct state of respect for every human being out there with disrespect for those who deserves it.
I do it every day, and the thought of one day reading the headlines of a deserved death makes me give love and power to those I truly respect, including myself. For me every human don’t have the same value. Yeah, Crowley* once wrote that every man and woman is a star - and it’s so true, but to keep a star bright and shiny you need to take care of it, focus on it, and make it as beautiful as possible - even if it takes a lifetime. If not, that star deserves to burn out and fade away. It’s what you make of life that makes you valuable.
But to make it very, very clear; it’s up to everyone out there to do their best with what they got, and no one have the right to deliberately end someone else’s life because they’re failures. Failed humans, rich and poor, have a tendency to dig their own grave no matter what. So let them do that and save energy for something that makes your heart tick, like listening to a good vinyl or taking a stroll in the green nature of the summer months.
*I’m not an expert on Aleister Crowley’s teachings btw, so I’ve just done this intrepretation myself.
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