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The insidious art of casuistry

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The insidious art of casuistry

Post by Apocalypse prettysoon on Sun Jun 03, 2012 3:42 am

I'm allergic to TV. I dont mean I have such good taste or such an exciting social life that I dont watch it. But it makes me physically sick. Probably the vibes interfere with my tinfoilhat. Anyhow I did happen to watch Bill Shorten on SBS a while ago on a show with a live audience and noted how rapt and appreciative they all were at Bill Shorten's brilliance.
And it made me physically sick.

The reason the audience was impressed by Bill Shorten is because 99% of people are numpties. They had no idea what they were listening to. They thought perhaps he was a good politician because that's what the media has told us being a good politician is.

But what they in fact witnessed was a man trained in the catholic art of casuistry. An art employed so much in the past generation that it has become synonymous with politics. Whereas most of those employing it are picking it up as mimics, I feel certain that Bill Shorten was actually trianed in it by his Jesuit puppetmasters.

Once you understand the art of casuistry and its history and purpose, you may have enormous problems watching TV without an allergic reaction.

Seeing it put into practice is a big, fat fingerprint of papal control.

(Bill Shorten egotistically exposing his proficiency in the art of casuistry, assuming rightly noone knows what he is doing)


   [kazh-oo-uh-stree] Show IPA noun, plural cas·u·ist·ries.

specious,deceptive, or oversubtle reasoning, especially in questions of morality: fallacious or dishonest application of general principles: sophistry

Here's a youtube I found when googling for the historical basis of the art of casuistry. The priests actually have university style courses for learning it. The video touches on the same thing I observed with good widdle alterboy Shorten, but is about USA

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