Skip to comments.As the Modern Left Demonstrates, Evil Craves the Darkness
Posted on 12/12/2016 8:39:45 PM PST by DWW1990
One of my favorite scenes in Tolkiens The Hobbit is the riddle-battle between Bilbo and the creature Gollum that took place in the dark, deep caverns beneath the Misty Mountains. (I can remember when I first read Tolkiens classic and came upon the riddles. I tried not to read ahead to see if I could solve them myself.) Bilbo, having accidently fallen into the mysterious place, wanted the way out (which Gollum knew), and Gollum wanted to make a meal of the plump Hobbit. Thus a riddle challenge was issued and accepted.
Toward the end, a frustrated Gollum presented Bilbo with,
"It cannot be seen, cannot be felt, Cannot be heard, cannot be smelt. It lies behind stars and under hills, And empty holes it fills. It comes first and follows after, Ends life, kills laughter."
Carrying on the theme of the last sentence, from a more spiritual perspective, an additional clue might read:
"It keeps secrets, and hides sin, Guarding the evil that lurks within."
The answer: darkness...
As the left seeks to stifle debate (the debate is over!), distort facts and information, suppress facts and information that contradict liberal dogma, seek safe spaces from events or speech with which they disagree, and so on, America is seemingly headed for a new Dark Age. Whether colleges and universities, the media, the Democrat Party, the homosexual agenda, the abortion industry, the global warming industryvirtually every bastion of liberal thought is steeped in darkness. A couple of recent events shed some light into the dark efforts of the left.
(Excerpt) Read more at trevorgrantthomas.com ...
How many leftists does it take to screw in a lightbulb?
None. They prefer to remain in the dark.
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