Baby Hitler’s Death Panel

Baby Hitler To Face Death Panel

Baby Hitler Give me shdroodle!
Baby Hitler mesmerized crowds of Germans with his deadly infant charm.

It’s late 1889— baby Adolf stares blankly into the lens of his father’s primitive camera, who is oblivious to the fact that little Adolf’s tiny amygdalae are already busy birthing an unprecedented global nightmare. 

He doesn’t realize what that mustache represents.  

He doesn’t even know the little guy would be better off dead. 

So where is Sarah Palin and her “death panels” when you really need them.

8 Comments

  1. I really feel so torn and sad. Behind every big monster was once an innocent, sweet child. It kills my heart to know that someone as precious and innocent as the baby in the picture turned into someone dark, twisted and full of hatred. It makes me wonder what events led to his state of awfulness? (Can you tell I haven’t done the research here to not ask?) But who was responsible for leading his little child’s heart into something so horrendous?

    Adults can be nothing more than lumbering idiots–trashing childhood dreams.

    1. Hi Elizabeth, Welcome to USojo. The answer to your important question, “who was responsible for leading his little child’s heart into something so horrendous?” is, He was responsible.

      We are each the architect of our own destiny. We can see that potential evil is time-existent in the universe. Anywhere imperfect beings like us are endowed with the ability to choose between good and evil— the power of choice— “sin” becomes potential. The very conflicting presence of truth and untruth, fact and falsehood, constitutes the potentiality of error. The deliberate choice of evil constitutes sin; the willful rejection of truth is error; the persistent pursuit of sin and error is iniquity.

      There are many ways of looking at “sin,” but from the universe philosophic viewpoint, sin is the attitude of a personality who is knowingly resisting cosmic reality. Error is a misconception or distortion of reality. Evil is a partial realization of, or maladjustment to, universe realities. But sin is a purposeful resistance to divine reality— a conscious choosing to oppose spiritual progress— while iniquity consists in an open and persistent defiance of recognized reality, and signifies such a degree of personality disintegration as to border on cosmic insanity.

      When the human heart deliberately and persistently harbors the concepts of iniquity, there gradually ensues the loss of personal communion between the earth child and his spiritual Father. Even the infinite love of God cannot— will not— force the salvation of eternal survival upon any mortal creature who does not choose to survive.

      The Bible puts it this way: “Be not deceived; God is not mocked, for whatsoever a man sows that shall he also reap.”

  2. Thanks, Mary B,

    I’ve got it coming!

    S

    I always liked Gerry Spence.

    I think if all of you checked the library or bought a copy of it, it would blow your mind how spot on he is! And it doesn’t lack any humour either.

  3. Avatar mary b

    This book I’m reading “Bloodthirsty Bitches and Pious Pimps of Power” is all about MSM and radio hate talk. Gerry Spence, the Attorney, wrote it in 2006. I think it’s just as relevant today if not more so. He quotes many people, not the least, Goebbels.
    If the right is following anyone’s guidelines on propaganda, it’s Goebbels.
    If I weren’t in the middle of reading 3 different books at once, I’d have read this one in a day or less. You can’t put it down.
    It was a used book on Amazon.com for less than $7.00. That included shipping. (Their used books are like brand new) I think if all of you checked the library or bought a copy of it, it would blow your mind how spot on he is! And it doesn’t lack any humour either.

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