kyrani99 wrote: Cito di Pense wrote: kyrani99 wrote:
However once you start working as an activist like me and stand against them and move to expose them then they come out of the woodwork.
That suggests to me that you probably need them a lot more than they need you.
Need of evil people? Rubbish. I mean to expose them and see them perish.
They need me like they need a hole in the head. I am the enemy.
Evil people operate with false flags and methods that keep them in the shadows. Most people never even suspect that they exist. However once I was told about them and how they operate I began to warn others. This of course was an anathema to them so they then moved to start a war against me. Of course I am able to see them now, whereas before my husband told me about them I, like most other people, never had a clue.
"Evil cannot be defeated in the world. It can only be resisted in oneself." -- Master Po
Granted, Master Po is a fictional character whose reason for existing was to recite stuff that sounds like wisdom. Nevertheless, the character of Caine in that TV series was to wander from place to place and confront evil stuff that would inevitably start to happen once he showed up. This gave a motivation to flash back to scenes involving Master Po. The points are that Caine didn't have to go looking for trouble, since trouble was written into the script, and that your life isn't a TV show. Even Jules Winnfield, another fictional character, became motivated to give up being a hit man and wander the earth, after being inspired by Caine's example. Does art imitate life, or what? As Clu Gulager's character (Federal Agent) said to Ed and Diana in Into The Night
when Ed asked "Are we under arrest, or what?", "I'd say you fall into the 'or what' category." Art imitates art, and genius is found in a capacity to disguise your sources, or (barring that) to pick recognized geniuses to imitate.
"And I will strike down upon thee with great vengeance and furious anger those who attempt to poison and destroy my brothers." -- Jules Winnfield