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Why Not Ask Why?

One of the main reasons we’re subject to most of the crap the Whores-of-Babylon media presstitutes put out is that people are afraid to ask a simple question.


Asking why certain events happen and/or certain people get away with atrocities against others is intimidating to most.

But why not ask why?

Too many wrongs go unchecked because most people don’t want to experience the confrontation that accompanies asking WHY.

My first experience with this occurred when (as a second-grade student in a Catholic school) I asked the question, “Why can’t we eat meat on Fridays?”

The horrified look on Sister Mary’s face couldn’t hide her contempt for what appeared to be outright blasphemy when she coldly replied…” Because the POPE said so.”

Even as a seven-year-old kid, I knew I’d crossed a dangerous line.  But, something inside made me ask again, “But, Why?”

Needless to say, it didn’t end well for me.

I was labeled “A Troublesome Child.”  But that’s another story for another time.

The point is, when something is wrong or appears to be wrong, you need to question it.


The reason we have so many ridiculous laws and unnecessary taxes is because most sheeple are afraid to stand up to certain political authorities who seek only to gain more control over our lives.

Ask yourself this question:  Will asking why kill you?

Probably not.

But, by not asking why you give up the right to complain when more of your freedoms are taken away.

We write a column every month called Just Askin’ in our newsletter.

It’s an eye opener (and occasionally gets us in trouble).

Check it out (HERE).

P.S.  After my chastisement in the second grade, I learned the reason Catholics didn’t eat meat on Friday’s was based on a decision made at some Ecumenical Counsel and later repealed.

My theory was that many years ago a Jewish fisherman said to the Pope: “If you pass a law that Catholics can’t eat meat on Friday, I’ll cut you in on the action.”

Made sense to me.

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