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    One confession from a slaughterhouse worker, worth a thousand words:"One time, I took my knife--it's sharp enough--and I sliced off the end of a hog's nose, just like a piece of lunch meat. The hog went crazy for a few seconds. Then it just sat there looking kind of stupid. So I took a handful of salt brine and ground it into his nose. Now that hog really went nuts, pushing its nose all over the place. I still had a bunch of salt left on my hand and I stuck the salt right up the hog's ass. The poor hog didn't know whether to **** or go blind".



    You are really naive if you believe that this is rare.

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    okay. so i'm going to deal with this my way. wtf. any acts of violence, against an animal or another person are horrible and yes evil. pulling off a fly's wings is also evil. most days, people do not think of these types of atrocities. they go about their business of raising their families, going to work, watching t.v. cooking out, or a million other myriad of duties. when i read this post, it made me angry and grief stricken at the same time. it's because we don't see this type of behavior from our loved ones during our usual day in and day out routines. to see it in print and to be reminded of it is an atrocity of evil in itself. i would like to thank you for this post, but it's making me ill.
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    Maybe we have to get ill to get better. I don't know. When I see something like this I say to myself I'm going to stop meditating and become a warrior.

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    Quote Posted by 161803398 (here)
    One confession from a slaughterhouse worker, worth a thousand words:"One time, I took my knife--it's sharp enough--and I sliced off the end of a hog's nose, just like a piece of lunch meat. The hog went crazy for a few seconds. Then it just sat there looking kind of stupid. So I took a handful of salt brine and ground it into his nose. Now that hog really went nuts, pushing its nose all over the place. I still had a bunch of salt left on my hand and I stuck the salt right up the hog's ass. The poor hog didn't know whether to **** or go blind".



    You are really naive if you believe that this is rare.
    Well i really dont know what to say

    Being a slaughterhouse worker you will know that was an inhumane way to kill that animal.If you get some sort of kick from doing this and seeing animals suffer maybe you should seek professional help.Like your title says dealing with evil do not ignore it get it sorted.

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    The whole slaughterhouse thing is satanic as far as I'm concerned. I think we are on a planet run by psychopaths or satanists. How to deal with them?

    And what about the classification of evil as "sick" or "crazy". That is what we do as a society. But are they? There are lots of crazy people or sick people who don't do things like this. And how many of us are being sucked into it; made accessories to evil; actually eating it for dinner; and supporting it with our money. Its not just slaughterhouses; its wars; its all around us everyday and we sit there; taking it.
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    Quote Posted by 161803398 (here)
    One confession from a slaughterhouse worker, worth a thousand words:"One time, I took my knife--it's sharp enough--and I sliced off the end of a hog's nose, just like a piece of lunch meat. The hog went crazy for a few seconds. Then it just sat there looking kind of stupid. So I took a handful of salt brine and ground it into his nose. Now that hog really went nuts, pushing its nose all over the place. I still had a bunch of salt left on my hand and I stuck the salt right up the hog's ass. The poor hog didn't know whether to **** or go blind".



    You are really naive if you believe that this is rare.
    This is the kind of thing that brings me out in a cold sweat, anger courses through me and I know if I were there, that human would have been missing a few parts too. I do not understand a mind that can do something like this. Those kinds of people are not my kin, they have no relationship or oneness with me. They are a different race, a different vibration. To me, this IS evil. If I am failing in my 'love for all', then I fail - so be it!

    Only a human mind could think of such barbaric actions towards a creature that has no concept of torture, cruelty and perverted entertainment like this! Their innocence makes the crimes against them even more despicable and heinous.

    In fact, when I hear of things like this I feel earth would be better off without us at all!

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    I think the anger is a good point. And now we have "anger management". We are not supposed to be angry so we are told. There is something wrong with us if we are angry. I think that is control. Instead of anger management classes; I think people should have classes called "anger direction". But thats not gonna happen anytime soon.

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    I don't ignore it; but I do step away from it as best as I can. I do not eat meat (or fish) because I have no wish to be responsible for having caused death and misery (and let's face it, even the "humane" way of slaughter is everything but), so I don't feed that branch of satanism. The milk I buy comes from reasonably happy cows who spend their lives out on the pasture in small herds. Eggs come from local homesteads. I buy as much locally as I can, so as to not feed the evil that is corporations. I step away from bullies and control freaks so fast they don't know what hit them. I no longer own a car because a car, too, functions on the principle of destruction and thus feeds the satanic mindset. I work hard all the time to avoid feeding into it because I absolutely believe that if everyone stops feeding into it, that mindset will starve and die.

    You are right: we are living in a satanic world. Everything, absolutely everything, is designed to cause anything from inconvenience to misery to death. The ritualistic manner hospitals operate with has nothing to do with bringing health back to an individual and everything with feeding that dark force. "Education" today is purely designed to create unthinking, unobserving, ignorant individuals. But you know what? Everybody can decide to wake up and start making changes. And you don't have to change everything in a day. Bit by bit, start incorporating positive aspects in your life and see how the negative ones fall off all by themselves. And forgive those who don't know better, like that butcher. Let your heart go out to him in compassion because YOU know that he has a long, long, tough path ahead of him.

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    NO. Don't ignore it. Don't send love and light. Don't turn the other cheek. Don't pray. Get angry enough to allow yourself do something. New AGE BS teaches us not to be angry or involve ourselves with negative things and it results in situations like this.

    We do something. People like that are woefully sick inside a disease called self loathing, Intervene on the behalf of the animal first, get the man some help. Evil no. Sick yes. If he's evil then the people who let this go unchallenged are as equally as morally bereft.

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    My understanding of this is that the people who are indulge in this cruel behavior, which includes all types of cruelty from animal experimentation to individual cruelty, have no "feeling" for animals. They are actually lower in evolution than the animals as animals themselves do not behave like this. What will happen to these types of people is that at some point in their lives they will be suddenly "feel" the same pain in their bodies that they are inflicting on their victims. This experience is coming up soon when we are all being amped up in vibration/consciousness. They will "know" what pain they are inflicting because it will be their experience. What better way for a cruel bastard to experience the results of his actions!

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    Quote My understanding of this is that the people who are indulge in this cruel behavior, which includes all types of cruelty from animal experimentation to individual cruelty, have no "feeling" for animals. They are actually lower in evolution than the animals as animals themselves do not behave like this. What will happen to these types of people is that at some point in their lives they will be suddenly "feel" the same pain in their bodies that they are inflicting on their victims. This experience is coming up soon when we are all being amped up in vibration/consciousness. They will "know" what pain they are inflicting because it will be their experience. What better way for a cruel bastard to experience the results of his actions!
    But what about the rest of us? People (not me) are eating this crap, living it, wearing it, becoming it. Mostly they are eating it in more ways than one. We, like the pigs, are up to our knees (maybe higher) in s h i t and not supposed to be angry. I think that's twisted.

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    Quote Posted by 161803398 (here)
    But what about the rest of us? People (not me) are eating this crap, living it, wearing it, becoming it. Mostly they are eating it in more ways than one. We, like the pigs, are up to our knees (maybe higher) in s h i t and not supposed to be angry. I think that's twisted.
    I say, like with true sovereignty - do something about it other then with voice.

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    Do something. Don't allow it. It's a game they play through our fear. Get rid of the fear and quit playing it.

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    I have often wanted to go to supermarkets and sabotage all of the caged hens' eggs and just leave the free range intact. Maybe one day you will see me on the news getting carted out of the local tescos

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    Default Re: Dealing with Evil -- Ignore it or what?

    Above all I see it as fact, that you got to protect someone, who gets abused, if the victim isn't voluntarily in that situation (this of course is a tough one considering karmic lessons) and if you feel you are able to do so, becoming a martyr seems quite senseless to me.

    Then I got 2 points when dealing with the initially described "evil"

    1. Forgiveness, for carrying anger hurts oneself.

    2. Help to straighten karma out, that might involve beating the living daylights out of someone. (Afterwards forgiving myself for that as well)

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    Quote Posted by 161803398 (here)
    One confession from a slaughterhouse worker, worth a thousand words:"One time, I took my knife--it's sharp enough--and I sliced off the end of a hog's nose, just like a piece of lunch meat. The hog went crazy for a few seconds. Then it just sat there looking kind of stupid. So I took a handful of salt brine and ground it into his nose. Now that hog really went nuts, pushing its nose all over the place. I still had a bunch of salt left on my hand and I stuck the salt right up the hog's ass. The poor hog didn't know whether to **** or go blind".



    You are really naive if you believe that this is rare.
    Stories like this make the darkness in me stir.
    If I witnessed this, I would be up for at least GBH, but I could never work in a place like that, I can tell you.

    Evil MUST be opposed with every fibre of your being, regardless of the cost.
    If you do not, someone else, probably your descendants will have to do it.

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    I think the anger is a good point. And now we have "anger management". We are not supposed to be angry so we are told. There is something wrong with us if we are angry. I think that is control. Instead of anger management classes; I think people should have classes called "anger direction". But thats not gonna happen anytime soon.
    Being angry at iniquity is not only not wrong, it is a sign of a soul that knows good from bad.
    It isn't the people who get angry that concern me, it is the ones that don't or can't.

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    It isn't the people who get angry that concern me, it is the ones that don't or can't.

    That had to be said again.

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    Where the OP made me want to become vegetarian, carrots for lunch!!

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    Default Re: Dealing with Evil -- Ignore it or what?

    Ok, now we have dealt with what I call petty evil, and it is all around us, and I agree that we cannot ignore it, that it's best to be quick and direct to prevent the act and the spread of it . However if you ever run up against evil with a capital"E", my three rules are:

    1- don't engage, 2- don't engage, and 3- don't engage .

    Go quickly inward and call for help from the highest spiritual source that you can imagine (perhaps while running like hell or seizing the opportunity to duck away), call loudly, insistently, and with the confidence that you will be heard.

    Anyone had that kind of experience?

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    Default Re: Dealing with Evil -- Ignore it or what?

    Wherever I look on google anger is described as an "issue" and something that needs to be corrected. I know that there are lots of people in the world who are misdirecting their anger. But it seems they are being taught how to cut the reaction rather than how to direct it. For instance, on one site it says "at the core of anger is a need that is not being fulfilled". I think this is an example of how people are taught to blame themselves for everything.

    Once the connection is cut; how can it be restored?

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