Thought Of The Day. June 9, 2016

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Today’s Thought:

Personally, I despise Islam, as I do all religions. But if Islamic lunatics destabilize capitalist states in the West, they will have weakened the enemy and set the stages for internal revolt.

After all, the maxim that “the enemy of my enemy is my friend” is an Arabic apothegm.

 

 

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7 thoughts on “Thought Of The Day. June 9, 2016

    • The enemy of my enemy could very well be another enemy. There is nothing profound about “the enemy of my enemy is my friend.” Uncontextualized, it is rather inane. Yes, I think you have tried to contextualize it, but the complexity of the political issues you have valiantly and diligently tried to address calls for something other than the mimicking of this “apothegm.”

      An aspect of capitalism is the 24/7 turning wheel of production. The media never rests. Pundits and prophets are always talking. Is a shared “thought of the day” necessary?

      It seems so capitalistic.

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      • Any entity that weakens my enemy is an ally. We may cross swords down the road, but in the here and now, my goals are aided by enemies of my enemy. Sorry if this is a difficult concept. It is a profound idea, albeit a simple and logical one.

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  1. This thought of the day is crock. Everyone is your enemy, including all the hypocrites who flatter you because they think you have said something wise or provocative. None of your followers will ever admit their allegiance to what supports capitalism.

    What supports capitalism?

    I don’t need to tell you.

    Also, Bernie is what I thought he was, and this will become more evident in the coming months.

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