You may not have heard of this story, but it is one that my co-author Scott D. deHart and I touched upon in our book The Grid of the Gods, namely, human sacrifice:

Where child sacrifice is a business

Child Sacrifice in Uganda

I cite here the salient points from the second linked pdf.file above:

" The crime of Child Sacrifice is a growing problem in Uganda. A number of socioeconomic and cultural factors have been highlighted in an attempt to explain the sudden increase in the occurrence of Child Sacrifice in recent years. Analysts have attributed the practice to poverty, weak legislation and poor parenting.13 6.2. The sacrifice of animals as well as herbal remedies are prescribed by witch-doctors to people who desire personal financial prosperity, the success of a business venture, the settling of a dispute, and personal happiness and health."

Beyond the obvious barbarism and cruelty of the practice is the obvious irony of it. How could such an abomination recur in the supposedly sophisticated 21st century, even in a backward country like Uganda? After all (we might tell ourselves), Uganda is not entirely isolated from the rest of the world. They have telephones, computers, and the internet even there.

But I notice a disturbing connection of the themes Dr. de Hart and I explored in Grid of the Gods, i.e., the inevitable coupling of the idea of bloody sacrifice with the idea of prosperity, and a debt or placation owed to God or the gods. I say "God or the gods" because, as Dr. de Hart and I noted in our book, the idea of sacrifice being the payment of a debt owed to obscure divinities is as much a part of the Christian influence at work in our western civilization as it was to the Aztecs. (See our chapter in Grid of the Gods entitled "Humanity in Debt: The Anomaly of Human Sacrifice in the Aztecs and Anselm".)  As a glance at the above quotation from the report Child Sacrifice in Uganda notes, the same doctrine of a debt owed to the gods who in turn promise prosperity is once again in evidence, and the only ones in Uganda getting richer are the witch doctors and priests performing their murder in the name of these obscure "deities".

It should not, however, surprise us that the doctrine and practice are reemerging in our "oh so modern scientific age," for if one strips away the rhetoric, and substitutes "Banksters" for "gods" and "debt" for "sacrifice" one sees the connection in the ponzi scheme, for once again, we are being told that in this "closed system" worldview, debts and the payment thereof to the very people propagating the debt mythology will somehow bring prosperity.The only difference is that the lifeblood of our own civilization is being drained away more slowly, foisted on our children and grandchildren and even I would dare to say, our great grandchildren.

The actual practice, however, raises another disturbing possibility, one that I suspect many of us already entertain, namely, that the endless kidnappings of children the world over, might be in aid of a similar grizzly purpose by our own "witch doctors" who - for the moment at least - thankfully cannot practice their barbaric priestcraft openly. The late Fr. Malachi Martin - the Roman Catholic priest whose life became the basis for the famous movie, The Exorcist - once stated on the old Art Bell show that he knew that many of the most prominent families of the super- and idle-rich in this country were deeply involved in all manner of black magic occult practices, and in his last novel, Windswept House, made no secret of what those practices were: bloody human sacrifice.

With respect to the whole matrix of debt, gods, sacrifice, and the "promise" of a prosperity that never seems to come, I find myself increasingly in agreement with Voltaire: Ecrasez l'enfame!


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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. marcos anthony toledo on October 21, 2011 at 11:19 am

    Should we be suprise no remember years ago the drum banging for treating children like adults and even condeming them to state sponcered murder called capitol punishment or as I called legalize human sacifice may I recommend a book titled The Pagan Christs I don’t remember the author it was originaly publish in 1875 what bought was a abridged 20th century copy in it he used the Aztecs as a example in the book to illustrate his thesis about religion it is interesting both the Aztec and the Roman Catholic Church had exactly the same religious practices or to closely simular the church brush this off to tricks of the devil to decive the faithful in order not face up to the implications of this finding this has been brought up in other books about the Aztecs I think you and your coauthor would find it fascinating.

  2. MizGreen on October 19, 2011 at 5:48 pm

    Has anyone seen the news story of the hard-core evangelical Christian couple who spanked their adopted little girl literally to death, “in the name of God”? Listen to the ritualistic nature of this child’s murder — violent beatings alternating with prayer sessions, over several hours.

    These “parents” were influenced by a book from a Texas evangelist named Michael Pearl — “To Train Up a Child” — which basically advocates beating your children regularly — and severely — because the bible commands it..

    I think this absolutely stems from the ancient “sacrifice of the innocent” dogma — by causing intense suffering, terror, and even death of an innocent, you are honoring and pleasing (and appeasing) your God. These people all want to pass the “Abraham test” with flying colors.

    This ritual child-torture book has sold over 600,000 copies…….

  3. paul degagne on October 18, 2011 at 5:31 pm


    JAY —Your way above my head. I am only a Neophyte in this Physics Game.

    What you said “Runs SATURN RINGS around my head!

    Could You explain this in PLAIN ENGLISH, please?

    I may be hip on LIT but I am not very down on Tech-lingo!

    To tell the truth – the last time I tried to get into this “people were saying put your razor blades in a triangle and they will sharpen themselves.

    That’s how stupid I am when it comes to the latest scientific language.

    • Jay on October 18, 2011 at 7:22 pm

      For at least 5 years now I’ve sharpened razor blades I use daily in a pyramid. Two blades last about 18 months, they wear out for other reasons than the blade.

      Much of what you ask about, you can look up.

      I don’t think Bohm wrote an autobiography, however David Peat–someone who knew Bohm–wrote a biography which was published a few years after Bohm’s death. “Infinite Potential” is the title.

      • paul degagne on October 19, 2011 at 3:03 am


        I could learn a few things from you. I’ll go to the library to look up the book I read on Bohm to check if what you said it correct. I think it had another name but it’s foggy where my memory hangs out.

        No harm in looking at the devil’s details, gulp — I hope their isn’t!

  4. HAL838 on October 17, 2011 at 6:35 am

    I never bothered with the ‘Franklin’ revelations in DeCamp’s book
    because I had an internet friend that knew DeCamp and was
    quite able to acquaint me with what I really didn’t want to know.
    We do tend to ‘visualize’ things don’t we?
    By then I was already past being shocked by any surprises of
    that nature.

    Having read “Grid of the Gods” I remember your take on that, Joseph.
    I tend to go along with youir brief opinion and that the Mayan
    [leaders!!] corrupted the idea out of their own GREED
    (there’s that word again !!) for life & death power.
    You didn’t take it to that point, so allow me.

    Somewhat like the Egyptians before them, the ‘Maya’ came across
    these ready built cities/structures and settled down.
    Whatever they knew about them, their leaders used to sway
    them over the edge into this type of worship(?) in fear and hi-hopes.
    (It’s always the leaders, no?)
    Some think of the little known Olmecs.
    They were perhaps around for the building of these
    structures and the ET[emporal] that built them.

    Just a word on that:
    How else can you know the future down to such details????

    I do know that the present Maya seem to be left with a legacy
    they know NOTHING about !!!!

    The Hopi have handed down better “legends” in their
    descriptions of what to look for including the “blue star”
    that isn’t a star at all, but the way the Galactic Superwave looks
    like as it approaches, according to Dr LaViolette and is
    already breaking up into its make-up of (strange & hot)
    sub-atomic particles as seen and photographed.

    Do not despair.
    With anti-gravity alive and well and the
    tech already tested to work to surround the planet
    with a field that will make the ‘wave’ form a nice circle around
    it, parting the ‘wave’ and then letting it come back together
    AWAY from us.

    Not the United States, of course, but the [surprise!!!]
    good guys that seemed to come out of the supposed
    “Cold War.”

  5. romanmel on October 17, 2011 at 4:24 am

    Having studied the amcient Roman and Greek histories for most of my life, I must say I too have, over the years, noted the parallels that exist between their societal rituals and our modern equivalents.

    One such example would be our own “witch doctors” in the form of “prosperity preacher televangelists”. These preachers attract to themselves extreme wealth by promising wish fulfillment to those who make a “sacrificial offering” to their ministry. They twist scriptures to give their message creedence. The sacrifice is real because it involves modern man’s “life blood”, money.

    Thanks Dr Farrell for the valuable enlightened insights.

  6. Charles Frith on October 16, 2011 at 11:41 pm

    I learned this from other researchers and its not pleasant but it might add to some understanding. Human sacrifice specifically of children imparts a Chi energy to those who practise it. The use of sexual abuse just prior to the slaying heightens that Chi energy and it is for this reason that satanic child sex abuse is often carried out. I learned this from listening to Jay Weidner so its not a flaky researcher. There’s a lot more that can be picked up by understanding David Icke’s campaigning against ritual sex abuse of children. Something people don’t understand he spends a lot more time than any other subject other than writing his books.

    • paul degagne on October 17, 2011 at 5:44 am

      This idea of CHI energy and Black MAGIC. I don’t like the path these researchers maybe taking. It is scattered with white bones.

      I prefer more of a Bataillian (george) approach but who can really understand his writings?

      Would You have the Nerve to title a book ‘The Unfinished System of Non-knowledge’ like he titled an essay? I bought the book and ended up in a MIST or FOG which is mentioned in the book as the word UNFINISHED suggested.

      Just like Satre’s ‘Being and Nothingness?” Some French Intellectuals are very vain. They like to see us peons scrum about trying to catch the meaning. Some Neo-Aristocratic Neitszche Delusion of theirs.

      After reading 65 pages I put the book down. Later I realize how clever a teacher (nice nice though) Satre is because he was giving me a true meaning of NOTHINGNESS — like pulling the hair out of my head trying to grasp his point which is NIHILISM.. Very clever — give not only Knowledge to the READER but also the living existential EXPERIENCE of I!> ( Hey, I am balding and I don’t appreciate any more loss!)

      I may go back to Bataille for he seems to be 200 yrs ahead of his time in terms of the real Ad vante Gaude but only after I read Farrell’s chapter — Humanity in Debt.

      Thinking of Bataille’s notion of Expenditure or a Generalize Economy reading Farrell’s writing my put a more healthy approach to my investigations. of a Paleop-physics. ESPECIALLY the concept of TIME where I quote, “the geometrical configuration and aligment of systems at any given moment – was itself a physical force and factor that gave it breath and depth and dimensionality.

      Even though I have difficulty with scientific or technical LINGO I believe this is a healthy way of looking at FORCE but I am still attracted to this CHI idea in MAGIC?

      • paul degagne on October 17, 2011 at 6:13 am

        This last comment before I get the cane in this great big burlesque show we think of as a Divine Comedy.

        Double, triple, qua-triple NEGATIONS in a fun-house of mirrors with smoke-screens galore(y).

        Hey, I just recently learned there is now a SUB -Quantum Phsysics. I thought it was all just Quantum Physics but I guess I am mistaken again.

        Hey Farrell — When the new SUB, SUB SUB physics comes out you let me be the first to know for I don’t get out much from this Yellow Submarine” (I am still ‘stuck in’ from the old days and your advise helps. And to think I don’t even have to go to England anymore for your a good teacher doing his part.)

        DIAPERS here I come!

        I am being SILLY.

        • paul degagne on October 17, 2011 at 6:21 am


          • Jay on October 17, 2011 at 6:31 am

            Read Laviolette, or Ehrenhaft, or Bohm.

          • Jay on October 17, 2011 at 6:38 am

            Regarding Chi, you’re painting with a narrow brush, sort of like the christers who say anything not of their received world view must be a manifistation of Satan, examples being Mormons, Jews, et aliens, Catholics.

            Chi can most definitely be used for things like healing, see acupuncture and reiki, or even some of the energy generation work of work of those like T H Moray, Tesla, etc.

          • paul degagne on October 17, 2011 at 7:40 am

            To Jay,

            I totally agree with what you stated. I am just focusing specifically on one ‘cell’ of the body. My wife is into this ‘HEALING” alternative medicine. She worked in a health store (was a mid-wife for ten years). I tried a few of the remmedies she suggested and they worked. I only wish I had more more money to buy a few more even though their relatively inexpensive compared to conventional medicine. She has CFIDs so health is a principle concern around my home.

            Pathology is a concern of mine. Anyway, didn’t the health movement in the Field of Psychology get a spur to developing a more natural way of thinking of things instead of concentration on all this sick-pathology stuff? I agree with the health enthusists but I still want to know what’s heading down the PIKE in my direction and the Study of Psychopathology (used to be called ABNORMAL Psychology) is still very VALUABLE at least in the sense of a budding conspiracy-wanna-be-theorist who wants to know his opposition. ( look in the minor when you get up in the morning. One can learn much doing that quick, short exercise UNLESS your a Narcisist then do the reverse!)


            I tried reading Laviolette and got headaches. I heard many favorable comments about that one. I like the Eygptian picture where it looks or resembles a long electrical tube or chord connected to some ancient human creature lying on what looks like a gurney! A picture like that keeps me coming back for more headaches.

            I read Bohn’s autobiography. Quite interesting especially his disillusionment with his guru.

            Ah, the EXPLICIT ORDER and Holographies. What the in the world is it or what their getting at? I cant seem to find the magical thinking that turns people on about Holographies.

            Why don’t they just call the IMPLICIT ORDER a simple term (label) like QUANTUM WAVE POTENTIAL?

            Thanks for the feedback. Have a nice day AND night.

          • Jay on October 18, 2011 at 4:51 pm

            Paul Degagne:

            Well you can always try generating homeopathic doses with a T Galen Hieronymus machine drawn with pen on paper, don’t have to pay much for that experiment.

            Bohm: Matter comes from elsewhere, in his terms: Quantum Potential, Implicit Order or Hidden Variables.

            The basics of which Bohm proved with Aharonov before John Bell’s work or Alain Aspect’s.

            Or for that matter you can make inexpensively–and legally depending on where you live–your own ormus.

  7. Jon Norris on October 16, 2011 at 10:31 pm

    I agree that interest-bearing debt and sacrifice are related. The interest one has to pay is quite literally a sacrifice to “be worthy” of the loan. I think this is the source of the ancient prohibition against usury – the practice of loaning money for interest. I do not believe that started with Christians or Muslims, but filtered through from earlier times.

    • Citizen Quasar on October 17, 2011 at 7:35 am

      In order to make money, store value for the future, a life form must invest a certain quantity of time and effort. When loaning this money out, one must do without the benefit of that invested time and effort.

      Charging interest on a loan is only charging just compensation for the lender doing without the benefit of the time and effort they invested to produce the money in the first place.

      Sacrifice, exchanging a value for a lesser value or for a non-value, is not causally connected to nor implied by the charging of interest.

  8. terrylee3000 on October 16, 2011 at 9:35 pm

    When it comes to human sacrifice, I do not believe that it has raised its ugly head again. The head has always been raised. In ancient Jewish traditions, in what Malachi Martin speaks about in his interviews regarding the Vatican, in African witch doctor practice, in ancient Aztek culture, in current wars, in the Holocaust, the genocide of the first nations in Canada by the United and Catholic Church, the sex trade of children in Thailand, the Boys Club, the mass murder of children by known pedophiles, the disappearance in Argentina, the Ukrainian starvation by Stalin, the Rwanda massacre, Mao’s genocide in China, the murder of drug addicted prostitutes by Robert Pickton in British Columbia, and who knows what goes on in North Korea. All of it is evil, cruel and unacceptable, the lowest common denomination and the last resort of gaining power over the weak, the innocent and the unarmed who have no resources to fight back. The sadness of this reality overwhelms me.

    • Ramura on October 16, 2011 at 11:35 pm

      TerryLee3000 — I have never seen you post before. You seem to be very informed. Hope to see more comments from you in the future.

      S in SF ^i^

  9. Vinnie on October 16, 2011 at 10:50 am

    Might also add that when we use the word “person”, what we’re doing is describing a corporate fiction, and when we say we are a person, we admit to being that dead entity. Even the word human is defined as a monster, or a creature without natural rights or standing.

    United States Code Title 26 Subtitle F Chapter 7701 Cornell University Law

    (a) When used in this title, where not otherwise distinctly expressed or manifestly
    incompatible with the intent thereof—
    …..(1) Person
    …..The term “person” shall be construed to mean and include an individual, a …, estate, partnership, association, company or corporation.

    (a)When used in this title, where not otherwise distinctly expressed or
    manifestly incompatible with the intent thereof—
    …..(30) United States person
    …..The term “United States person” means—
    ……….(A) a citizen or resident of the United States,
    ……….(B) a domestic partnership,
    ……….(C) a domestic corporation,
    ……….(D) any estate (other than a foreign estate, within the meaning of paragraph ……….(31)), and
    ……………(E) any trust if—
    ………………..(i) a court within the United States is able to exercise primary ………………..supervision over the administration of the trust, and
    ………………..(ii) one or more United States persons have the authority to control all ………………..substantial decisions of the trust.,b447177f&icp=1&.intl=us&sig=2EpCrvBByW6K563C7VW8gw–

    human being See MONSTER.
    —Ballentine’s Law Dictionary (1930)
    monster A human being by birth, but in some part resembling a lower animal. A monster hath no inheritable blood, and cannot be heir to any land.
    —Ballentine’s Law Dictionary (1930)

  10. Dale on October 16, 2011 at 10:34 am

    Goldman Sachs is doing it again.. Goldman is telling the public that everything is going to be just fine, but meanwhile they are advising their top clients to bet on a huge financial collapse. On August 16th, a 54 page report authored by Goldman strategist Alan Brazil was distributed to institutional clients. The general public was not intended to see this report. Fortunately, the Wall Street Journal did, and they have filled us in on some of the details.
    It turns out that Goldman Sachs secretly believes that an economic collapse is coming, and they have some very interesting ideas about how to make money in the turbulent financial environment that we will soon be entering. In the report, Brazil says that the U. S. debt problem cannot be solved with more debt, that the European sovereign debt crisis is going to get even worse and that there are large numbers of financial institutions in Europe that are on the verge of collapse.
    There is a tremendous amount of fear in the global financial community right now.
    Perhaps most startling of all is what the report has to say about the debt problems of the United States and Europe.
    “Solving a debt problem with more debt has not solved the underlying problem. In the US, Treasury debt growth financed the US consumer, but has not had enough of an impact on job growth. Can the US continue to depreciate the world’s base currency?”
    The debt crisis in the United States is unsustainable and the debt crisis in Europe is unsustainable. Right now we are in the calm before the storm, and nobody knows exactly when the storm is going to strike.
    But let there be no doubt – it is coming, even Goldman Sachs is admitting that.
    The amazing prosperity that we have enjoyed for the last several decades has largely been a debt-fueled illusion. It was a great party while it lasted, but now it is coming to an end and the aftermath of the coming crash is going to be absolutely horrific.

  11. Vinnie on October 16, 2011 at 9:30 am

    Here in the civilized west, we call this being pro-choice. But to the larger picture. We ought to look at the system of commercial credit that these elites have erected to not only control and transfer real wealth into their hands, but to the magic of the words and legal phrasing they’ve established to turn flesh and blood, living beings into dead, pieces of property that they hold title to. How’s that for an alchemical transformation through the magical use of words?
    Think I’m wrong? Look at every document that has your supposed name in all capital letters. Why’s that? Because a name in capital letters is a fiction, a corporation that has no natural rights but only grants from the authority that creates them. This is why US citizenship (14th amendment) created a “colored person” under positive law who resides in the corporate District of Columbia and is subject to public policy, having no recourse or rights. When you vote, you’re volunteering to waiver your natural rights for a public benefit, subject to the whim of your “leaders”, or corporate directorate.

  12. Robert Barricklow on October 16, 2011 at 9:06 am

    Sadly, the late Fr. Malachi Martin was dead right. One has only to read The Franklin Cover-Up: Child Abuse, Satanism, and Murder In Nebraska by John W. DeCamp to realize how deeply endemic this deadly ‘meme’ of ‘secret society practice’ has become. It reaches into the highest levels of power. It is also a tool of intelligence in blackmail & seduction.
    Like the Banksters taking control of the nations(worldwide) currencies; it is a deadly practice that touches us all, in too many ill gotten means, unseen.

    I second the motion,
    “Ecrasez l’infame!”

    • LSM on October 16, 2011 at 2:46 pm

      just go to YouTube and type in “Conspiracy of Silence” for the film regarding Boy’s Town and the John DeCamp case (if you already haven’t viewed it)

  13. Citizen Quasar on October 16, 2011 at 7:30 am

    The false belief that alruism, self sacrifice, is a virtue is at the root of all human sacrifice be it bloody child sacrifice (NOT to be confused with a woman exercising her right to abort a fetus.) or mythical saviors (Yes. I do mean Jesus here.) dripping blood from a crucifix.

    Back when the herd ruled supreme and there was safety in numbers, the individual, the self, was considered secondary to the collective. As the collective assured survival, a morality was constructed in which the individual, the self, was considered bad if it opposed the collective because everybody needed the collective to survive the long cold nights.

    Then along came Johnny Genius. Johnny Genius knew how to survive and flourish without the help of others, without the collective. But the collective did NOT know how to survive and flourish without Johnny Genius. [Johnny Genius knew how to make fire, for example.]

    The collective tried to shame Johnny Genius into using his mental prowess to keep the collective alive. Johnny Genius, having no use for the collective, refused to do so. Johnny Genius left the collective.

    Then the collective, practicing their morality of sacrifice of the individual to the collective, attacked Johnny Genius. Johnny Genius got a few of ’em; got a lot of ’em. But in the end Johnny Genius was overwhelmed and killed. His head was cut off and placed in the village square as a reminder for all to see what the wages of sin is.

    People the world over and from all of time will pronounce moral judgment (even if only to say that one must NOT pronounce moral judgment) all the time yet they will never, never, never pronounce it against the principle of self sacrifice, against the fact that sacrifice of self is NOT a virtue, is the very essence of evil in the world in all time.

    Imagine that.

  14. Karl on October 16, 2011 at 7:02 am

    Please have a look at this page about the Belgian Dutroux case and all that is connected with it. What you are writing is so very very true!

    • LSM on October 16, 2011 at 2:51 pm

      and the whole Dutroux case was covered up because the investigation implicated people in the highest levels of Belgian society

  15. paul degagne on October 16, 2011 at 6:19 am

    “Humanity in Debt: the anomality of human sacrifice in the Aztecs and Anselm”

    Aztecs and Anselm – Now that is a strange combination. Are you by any chance thinking of a certain French Author whose name means Battle in English? I would like to see the twist or nuance you put on it?

    I like to type in a subject on Amazon’s book site and see what pops up. Just recently one title “In the Dust of the Planet” popped up and I am tempted to invest. I don’t know? I’m going to the UIC Library and see if they have it and give it the once over before I fork over money. I am sick and tired buying the same old story only in different words and my budget is quite sparse. (catchy-titles)

    I almost bought used the title — The Cult of the Alien Gods: Lovecraft and blab, blab, blab. but it was in the library. As soon as I read the PoP language he used I decided to keep my ten bucks and read about Lovercraft from authors of a more literary nature. (I imagine the book has something to say for those less informed for we all had to start somewhere but somewhere is nowhere to OTHERS?

    When I was 20yrs younger I read everything I could get my hands on. Kind of like running around a city block before thinking of where I am going. Such a waste of energy but then again my cup runneth over. Instead discrimination or selection – discernment is the word for the day . I read a book and walk away feeling like I read ten! It’s nice.

    The only problem is slow business. At least for me that is because I am a “TURTLE or a plodder is what HERMES-HEADS called me in School.” I now understand what linguists proclaim – TACIT KNOWLEDGE! I am not like my wife with her 157 IQ. Life is difficult! Don’t turn me upside down for I don’t like it, ha, ha!

    Yeah, mix in life’s experiences if you want to be an Alchemist.

    Back to the path:

    Aztecs and Anselm —- It I can recall isn’t the latter a Saint?

    Strange combination. Strange enough to arouse my interests. Enough to buy the book. ( It would be going on Five Books of yours if I do. We’ll see?) I probably wilI. I think I know where your heading? WHO KNOWS?

    It aint just a pretty set of legs in nylons walking down the street that teases me. A VERY STRANGE IDEA can be just as enticing as lust. (HIGH INFORMATION – that’s what Antone Wilson calls novel or unexpected information and he uses a report of some guy who ran out in his back yard to find Aliens were ABDUCTING his chickens! UTTERLY AMAZING. If I didn’t know just a tiny bit about Phenomenology I wouldn’t know what Antone was getting at and I would call him completely batty. But then again – It takes one to know one)

    Yeah, I will buy that book just to read that chapter.

  16. Greg Parent on October 16, 2011 at 6:00 am

    The disrespect for life is at an all time high in the West’s most secular societies. Just consider Canada, for example, where the non-punishment of infanticide is becoming the norm. The recent case of the Alberta woman who strangled her baby, threw it over the fence and was given a suspended sentence, unfortunately, was not an isolated incident.And that’s not even getting in to the fact that what most traditional cultures would call infant sacrifice is legally protected activity in most Western societies.

    • Antoine on October 16, 2011 at 6:15 am

      I wholeheartedly agree. In Quebec its worse. You see in Qwebec, the French speaking people, and I am referring here to the subset that considers themselves ‘intellectuals’ are actually narrow minded, subservient to the consensus and very much afraid to stand out. They also have to talk like a book and are generally pretentious pricks that try to be someone else. Boy was I fed up with them over there.

      More to the point, cases like these happened in the last years and because the judges are not cops but intellectuals, they got away with it.

      Tell you what. You strangle a kid. We strangle you. Good old Justice. Now only available in Russia, China, and a few other ‘non advanced’ countries.

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