Yay, go malawi (of course this diatribe isn’t a swipe at the entire populace of malawi).
So we see yet another example of how love really is conditional, when it comes to many of the fanatically unhinged taking matters into their own hands when something they disagree with, that no ones forcing them to participate in, or that physically affects them, or involve them in any way (apart from them sticking their noses into it) bang their breasts with pride at the meting out of 'justice'. A jail sentence of 14 years for daring not to love who we (our society, our culture, our indoctrination) tells us, we should love. Suppose it's better than been killed on a street in london.
It's still depressing, but not totally debilitatingly depressing: listening, watching, feeling the various ways so many are literally involuntarily brain-washed into "do the right thing!"
Perhaps someone can correct me, if i'm wrong; but, according to the dusty unabridged/watered down to suit the times tome, doesn't it say that judgement is the lords and lords alone? Yet there we go. A pick 'n' mix contingent flashing its barred and fanged skirt tails - with the bright light of many snuffed by the new-old same-world nonsense they're lapping up that springs from the mindswill that occupies religiosity.
Listening to those outside the courtroom in malawi, witter on about "we are christians in this country, we follow the bible." Yes just like the romans followed their whims and whimsy's and used to throw christians to the lions with happy abandon, or slave owners used passages to proffer validity for their actions - so various groups around the 'paper's-please' globe continue the task of persecuting those who are different or don't believe their particular brand of electron scouring.
The one priceless bit of spouted logic which sputtered across the airwaves said "if you marry each other, who will marry us?" If that's your logic madam, hopefully no-one. The species needs a better gene pool.
After all… fuck turning that other cheek, where's my uzi? ... Uzi! ... Are we still using uzi's, or have we moved on?