Wednesday, August 02, 2006

Mel Gibson, you adulteratring who re

Oy Vey! I am so ferklempt for my dear Melmeister!
He messed up in what he thought was (privately) and turned out to be very publicly? He now has been tried and convicted in the court of public opinion without the benefit of representation or a jury of his peers (are we not all sinners and harbor unjustifiable prejudices that we keep in the stillness of our own heart – and sometimes under duress express the same?)
So what does the Mel man do? He Publicly APOLOGIGIZES! Unlike some very notable public people who used epithets as vile against Jews and made no visible attempts at apology, Mel Gibson Apologizes!?

3 Comments:

Blogger fastand said...

Isn’t it interesting ? When Jesus came upon a crowd ready to stone an adulteress, ‘some’ in the crowd wanted to trap the Lord and asked several times what they should do with the woman! Our Lord just squatted there, making marks in the dirt until he finally answered them by saying, “Let he who is without Sin cast the first stone”! One-by-one all the mob left until there was just Jesus and the woman. Jesus then said to the woman, “Is there no one here left to condemn you?!” “Then neither do I”, “go and Sin No More”!
Isn’t it interesting at how many saints we have here, who are without Sin, posting to these many threads!
Jesus just lived in the wrong time.

Good for the adulteress, bad for Mel!

12:30 AM  
Blogger fastand said...

I for one love Mel Gibson and his many fine films and I will Pray for him and his full recovery!

12:35 AM  
Blogger fastand said...

Some interesting observations…
This new? Phenomena? Trend? Of being exposed (by public officials-police! – where is the liberal outcry for invasion of privacy?) then tried and convicted in the media.
Having watched Gibson’s “Passion” ...just very recently and for the first time. I did not, after seeing this movie, have any feeling of hatred for the Jews, just a profound sadness for witnessing Jesus’s death on the Cross for our sins, purchased with His suffering and death.

12:41 AM  

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