Brotherhood

Kevorkian painting entitled Brotherhood
Every person is physically a part of the fabric called humanity, which is --unilaterally-- bedizened with all kinds of nobel epithets and arbitrary virtues. On the contrary, the pervading spirit is, and always was, a miasma of distrust and suspicion, periodically accentuated by hate and outright mayhem and murder. Despite effusive lip service to sublime ideals, humanity's awe is lavished on its real god, Satan, whose suzerainty and leering confidence are sustained by his loyal subjects throughout the world --in Bosnia, Somalia, Ireland, India, the Middle East, Haiti, Cuba, Tibet, South Africa -- and Waco.



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