Wednesday, June 4, 2008

Sharon Stone coyly reveals... stupidity

the Shanghai Film Festival will go on this year without Sharon Stone, it seems.

As liberals are wont to do, she flapped her gums about a political issue to make herself seem noble and good. She said the earthquakes in China were 'karmic payback' for the way the government has treated Tibet.

I am quite certain that whatever Karma is, if anything, it does not deliberately kill thousands of innocent schoolchildren 500 miles from the capital in order to teach members of government a lesson about ANYTHING.

One might as well suggest that the deaths in New Orleans were karmic payback for a rotten and corrupt liberal democrat government in New Orleans and in the Louisiana Statehouse for decades. Or that Ted Kennedy's brain tumor is karmic payback for a life of contemptible corruption and evil.

You see what I mean. One can take that karma thing wherever one wishes to go. It's stupid.

We all know hurricanes don't choose where they go. We all know that illness strikes good and bad people alike.

And we all know that the deaths of thousands of schoolchildren can't possibly be payback for anything, since they didn't DO anything.

Garde-moi contre les idiots, mon Dieu, je vous prie.

2 comments:

Dave said...

Sharon Stone was quite correct about the earthquake being caused by China's bad karma as a nation. Burma also has plenty has plenty of bad karma.

See more info on group karma at http://www.sentforlife.com/karma.html

DavoGrande said...

Talk about missing the point... :-)

If Burma's 'bad karma' over treating its own people badly causes its own people to suffer rather than the generals, IT"S NOT KARMA!

Karma is something that comes back on YOU, the bad actor, the selfish evil person. Not on INNOCENT PEOPLE who DIDN"T DO WHAT YOU DID.

If people really believed their own consequences would be visited upon other people, innocent people, rather than themselves, oh what a horror this world would become!

We already have too many who do evil regardless of consequence. Let's no encourage them, eh?