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    Thumbs down Crackergate and Ressentiment

    Transubstantiation is pure poetry.

    And just as my love is a red, red rose, so the host is the body.

    Yet the atheists are desecrating the host. The atheists are desecrating the most sacred part of catholicism.

    The atheists are desecrating a poem.

    They are desecrating a poem like mad dogs. Like the most rabid of protestants, they delight in publicly humiliating catholics.

    The atheists don't seem to realise that you can only defeat a poem with another poem. But having no poetry in their own souls, they attack the poetry in the souls of catholics.

    It's called ressentiment.

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    crackergate!! best term ever.

    you should join some Darwinist clubs, Victor my friend. Those are some poetry-less souls, as well. they are so ressentiment, they might as well be called the anti-theist club

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    Crackergate? Are you talking about that crackhead.com thread?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Victor View Post
    It's called ressentiment.
    What the hell is "resentiment?"
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    Ressentiment - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    It's been awhile since I got a new vocabulary word. Thanks, Victor!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiltyred View Post
    Ressentiment - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    It's been awhile since I got a new vocabulary word. Thanks, Victor!
    Oh! "Uber Hatin'!"

    I love it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Victor View Post
    Transubstantiation is pure poetry.

    And just as my love is a red, red rose, so the host is the body.

    Yet the atheists are desecrating the host. The atheists are desecrating the most sacred part of catholicism.

    The atheists are desecrating a poem.

    They are desecrating a poem like mad dogs. Like the most rabid of protestants, they delight in publicly humiliating catholics.

    The atheists don't seem to realise that you can only defeat a poem with another poem. But having no poetry in their own souls, they attack the poetry in the souls of catholics.

    It's called ressentiment.
    What is this, I don't even
    "The man who is swimming against the stream knows the strength of it."
    ― Woodrow Wilson

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    Is this about the guy who took the eucharist (that is: one cracker) out of that church a while ago and everyone was like 'give it back!?' and there were some death threats, even though you can order those shits right online?

    Tangental thought: Does the three-second rule apply to the body of Christ?
    Does he want a pillow for his head?

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    The map is not the territory; this, implicitly understood by even the most poetic of Catholics. There's common ground there--between the atheists and Catholics--one need only call upon it to see that the misunderstanding doesn't lie in the absence of poetry, only in alternative interpretation and differences in the geography of respective importance. All you're seeing is the systematic disassembling of stanzas, and reconfiguration in a way that makes sense; no less a poem, but it's easy to assume it an exploitation, and superfically it may look like soul-deadness and a pillaging of others' to fill the void, but this, only, in conjunction with a refusal to see any alternative interpretation... There, amidst a common poetic understanding taking whichever form, is where ressentiment dies... poetic justice.

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    Smile The Oldest Living Poem

    Quote Originally Posted by Tabula View Post
    The map is not the territory; this, implicitly understood by even the most poetic of Catholics. There's common ground there--between the atheists and Catholics--one need only call upon it to see that the misunderstanding doesn't lie in the absence of poetry, only in alternative interpretation and differences in the geography of respective importance. All you're seeing is the systematic disassembling of stanzas, and reconfiguration in a way that makes sense; no less a poem, but it's easy to assume it an exploitation, and superfically it may look like soul-deadness and a pillaging of others' to fill the void, but this, only, in conjunction with a refusal to see any alternative interpretation... There, amidst a common poetic understanding taking whichever form, is where ressentiment dies... poetic justice.
    Not content with killing the author, not content with killing God, they are now killing poetry.

    Literate protestants couldn't bear poetry or dancing because it can't be taken literally.

    And now the atheists have taken it to the next level. The atheists have taken literalism through the very gates of heaven.

    And not being able to dance or poesy themselves, they strike at the very heart of that eternal spring, the host made flesh. As if we ourselves are not made of flesh who find our consolation, hope and communion in the resurrection of the flesh.

    We commune together over the world's oldest living poem. But the rational, literate atheists find the commune anathema.

    And so they come with their blasphemy to destroy the commune.

    Our commune is only as strong as our weakest member, so that is why we devote all our strength to supporting our weakest members. Remembering, "Whatever you do to the least of these, you do unto me".

    Like the three Musketeers and d'Artagnan, we are one for all and all for one.

    And like the Enlightenment philosopher Jeremy Bentham, we practise the greatest good for the greatest number.

    Our commune, our communion, is only as strong as a poem. And they have taken an axe to a poem.

    And we know, today it's a poem and tomorrow it's the living flesh.

    First they will come for us, then they will come for you.

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