The Evil Beast Principle

Updated September 25, 2011  3:42 PM CST

The evil beasts may roam freely as long as they remain in their chains.

In life, you will sometimes come face to face with an evil beast in chains.  The evil beast might be a growling bear or a screeching monkey in a zoo.  The evil beast might frighten you.  The evil beast might be a swarm of giant, Brazilian cockroaches in another part of the zoo.  These beasts might sicken you.

If you believe you will get through life without meeting up with an evil beast, you are almost certainly wrong.  Now, we let the evil beasts live freely as long as they remain in their chains or confining containers.

There are some evil beasts that are people.  These include serial killers and other murderers and child rapists and other sexual perverts.  Some of these evil beasts we put to death.  Some we imprison.  Some we now allow to roam chained throughout our society.  Among those that we allow to roam chained are the evil, mentally ill people who engage in the activities of absexuals, who call themselves by the nonsense terms “Gays,” “lesbians,” “bisexuals,” “transgenders,” etc.

As long as the human evil beasts remain chained we have nothing to fear.  As for being disgusted, sickened, revulsed, and repulsed by them, well, that is something that we just have to live with.

How do we keep the human evil beasts chained?

  1. We do not allow them near our children, using any ethical means at our disposal.
  2. We do not allow them to indoctrinate our children.
  3. We fire any government official that passes a law that gives them power to indoctrinate our children.
  4. We undo any law that gives them the right to indoctrinate our children.
  5. We enforce existing laws that protect one citizen from the injustices of another citizen.

So, here again is the “Evil Beast Principle”:

The evil beasts may roam freely as long as they remain in their chains.