Paris: A Fool’s Paradise Is a Wise Man’s Hell

The twentieth and twenty-first centuries have seen incredible progress in science, technology, art, philosophy, morality, and more. Not only that, but we can access all that knowledge and wisdom from a device we carry around in our pockets. We have even transcended modernity according to many progressive thinkers, and moved into the “post-modern” era. There is no need for a religious messiah; we have carried ourselves into paradise, albeit a fool’s paradise. Truly these are enlightened times; the realization of humanity’s universal values.

  • tom_billesley

    Three of the wounded died today.

  • Glenfilthie

    Well there could be some merit in this filthy event, but it takes a bit of effort, much like 911. When I see the old re-runs of that guy falling head first from dizzying heights before the towers collapsed – a little voice inside my head hopes he was your typical sanctimonious liberal f-knuckle.
    So it goes for Paris: I hope the bulk of the victims were your typical cheese eating multiculti meatholes that defended these animals in the past – and paid with their lives.
    People deserve what they tolerate, and sometimes they get it. The rest of us are well adivised to buy a gun and learn how to use it.

  • Pierre

    We didn’t see this as a problem as long as they were only targeting the Jews.

  • Everyone Else

    “The twentieth and twenty-first centuries have seen incredible progress in science (YES), technology (YES), art (NO), philosophy (NO),”