This is so sad.

[Bad language at the link.]
https://www.yahoo.com/lifestyle/happened-mark-hamills-son-got-210000237.html

I don’t get the calculation in the article of it’s terrible for a child to have one parent but just fine and dandy to end the child’s life. It makes me sick the anthem of “I am not ready to be a parent.” by people who doing parent creating things.

Do these people think destroying life is a great way to affirm it later? They just don’t want a living reminder of the consequences of their actions. My little saying has been, “Love sacrifices for others and lust sacrifices others for self.”

I imagine a small voice speaking out, “Luke, you’re my grandfather.” Of course Luke screams at hearing the truth.

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16 thoughts on “This is so sad.”

  1. Wow. Those people are sick. It’s hard to believe they are concerned about the kid having only one parent in this quest of theirs to kill the kid. People like that should have to endure a long period of torture before being allowed to expire. What scum.

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  2. Robert A. McReynolds:
    Wow. Those people are sick. It’s hard to believe they are concerned about the kid having only one parent in this quest of theirs to kill the kid. People like that should have to endure a long period of torture before being allowed to expire. What scum.

    Would making them watch Mark Hamill movies be considered against the Geneva Convention?

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  3. Yes it is sad. In one sense all parties involved are guilty of selfishness and stupidity. But in another sense they are all victims of a culture that encourages prioritizing sexual freedom over responsible family creation.

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  4. Jojo:
    Yes it is sad. In one sense all parties involved are guilty of selfishness and stupidity. But in another sense they are all victims of a culture that encourages prioritizing sexual freedom over responsible family creation.

    How prevalent is this thinking, Jojo?

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  5. Jojo:
    Yes it is sad. In one sense all parties involved are guilty of selfishness and stupidity. But in another sense they are all victims of a culture that encourages prioritizing sexual freedom over responsible family creation.

    I disagree only slightly. The female is offering some sentiments about thinking this through. The Hamill boy doesn’t want his Doce-Gabana lifestyle interrupted. He should be thoroughly scourged before the square and then given the axe. He is pure scum deserving of the hottest portions of Hell.

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  6. I read about this story a while ago and concluded combined with other behavior I have seen from Mark Hamill, that he is a horrible person. I know I am supposed to be charitable but I’m not Jesus, so it’s difficult. This is the problem with people who hold “the correct opinions” in Hollywood or other “elite” institutions. They can be horribly, rotten human beings but because they spout the correct opinions of the ruling class, they are given cart blanche to be as reprehensible as possible with no consequences.

    Will Mark Hamill lose any gigs now that this information is out there? No, but if he was Pro-life he might. It’s pathetic and probably another sign Western culture is in complete decline.

    The elite class are decadent, horrible people that don’t have a charitable bone in their bodies, and is the reason the underclass is drowning in drug addiction and despair. The underclass need to worship Christ instead of celebrities and their lives will improve significantly.

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  7. I haven’t quite worked out the argument yet, but I’ve always felt that the sexual revolution is, in general, a manifestation of gnosticism. In this case, he and his mother are arguing that death (of the body) is better than life without a father. There is a implicit contrast between the two states, with the former being better than the latter. It is as if the body isn’t necessary, doesn’t matter, to the baby. They are implicitly arguing that the baby will be happier without it.

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  8. JJ:
    I haven’t quite worked out the argument yet, but I’ve always felt that the sexual revolution is, in general, a manifestation of gnosticism. In this case, he and his mother are arguing that death (of the body) is better than life without a father. There is a implicit contrast between the two states, with the former being better than the latter. It is as if the body isn’t necessary, doesn’t matter, to the baby. They are implicitly arguing that the baby will be happier without it.

    The sexual revolution is an amalgamation of a LOT of different philosophies and heresies. Gnosticism is definitely one of them . But, I have been doing some of my own research and the sexual revolution is also about control. If you make people a slave to their passions they are more easily controlled or manipulated.

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  9. I think the sexual revolution is a blast from the past, idolatry. Idolatry had sex and sacrifices children would appease the gods. One has to keep Moloch happy.

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  10. JJ:
    I haven’t quite worked out the argument yet, but I’ve always felt that the sexual revolution is, in general, a manifestation of gnosticism. In this case, he and his mother are arguing that death (of the body) is better than life without a father. There is a implicit contrast between the two states, with the former being better than the latter. It is as if the body isn’t necessary, doesn’t matter, to the baby. They are implicitly arguing that the baby will be happier without it.

    I think they were just trying to get the woman to have an abortion, and saying anything they thought would work.  Note that she did try but failed.  All this of course is assuming the story as told is true.

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  11. Damocles, you are of course almost certainly correct in this case. But there are similar sentiments expressed in other cases. For example, the song Sara, written by Stevie Nicks.

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  12. I admit I only skimmed the story, but I never saw the option of giving the baby up for adoption. Why do people never seem to think of this?

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  13. Blondie:
    I admit I only skimmed the story, but I never saw the option of giving the baby up for adoption. Why do people never seem to think of this?

    It was mentioned here:

    I asked him not to lie to me to get what he wanted. If he didn’t want to be with me, I told him, it was fine. I sent him links to read about termination of parental rights; I spoke with him about closed adoption. Still, he said abortion was the only way he would be there for me and it was for the child’s best interest.

    “It makes me feel awful that my kid could be out there when I don’t want to raise one,” Nathan said over text message. “But I can’t force you to do what I think is best for all of us. If you’re keeping it then it sucks that our relationship had to end this way cause I really like you.”

    And again, acknowledging that we’re only hearing one side of the story.

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  14. 10 Cents:

    Jojo:
    Yes it is sad. In one sense all parties involved are guilty of selfishness and stupidity. But in another sense they are all victims of a culture that encourages prioritizing sexual freedom over responsible family creation.

    How prevalent is this thinking, Jojo?

    Um, pretty near universal? That’s what the sexual revolution was all about. Discarding the old limits…..which were there to support healthy natural families and promote a more real happiness than transient sexual pleasure. When I was young I thought those limits were because old people just didn’t want young people to have fun, of course.

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  15. Jojo:
    When I was young I thought those limits were because old people just didn’t want young people to have fun, of course.

    You were taught to think this way by the Leftist libertines who had taken over academia and entertainment media.

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