Wednesday, December 6, 2017

Freedom for the Oppressed: Judge Others At Your Own Risk-Especially If You Kn...

Freedom for the Oppressed: Judge Others At Your Own Risk-Especially If You Kn...: It’s so funny how a lot of people think it’s okay to judge others. Now, you know how I am; I want to know fact from fiction before I decid...

Update on the Moral Judge

I don't know why I did it, but I decided to check on that one person who thought that judging people was a good idea.

You read my response, but it seems that someone of that caliber has something to hide when they write:

"I never said you have to judge others. But again, its natural to judge others based on what we know, because thats all we know.
I'm not saying you should instantly treat someone like shit if you barely know them, but its perfectly fine to meet someone and paint a general picture of them. Someone who seems like a dick might be not that bad, or someone who seems nice might be a complete ass.
If what I say bothers you, well sorry. Thats how I see it. If you want, you can go to my profile and judge the hell out of me. I dont mind." -IC (initials only) Now, this is someone who seems to have something to hide-just like all those Republicans in the United States who want to make a woman's right to choose illegal, yet beg their mistress to get an abortion. So, my critic doubles down by stating that it's natural (another way of saying okay) to judge others based on what we know. Suppose the information is all a lie? Did you notice how rude he became in his response? These are the kind we must watch for, as they make situations for others worse. Someone like this person would think that a girl who was raped is actually a prostitute. Now, where would they get such a wacky idea? It's information based on what they know. They see a pregnant young girl and assume she's a prostitute because she's 14, pregnant, and heard some gossip. It would never occur to them that her father raped her. This is the problem with moralism and this is why we need situational moralism and situational ethics. We wouldn't need these things were it not for those like IC.

Hello, Indonesia!

I wish to thank those who found me here in Indonesia.

My name is Jim Rousch and I run this madhouse.  I specialize in advocating for oppressed people everywhere-and I don't care where you come from.

I have a degree in psychology from the University of Phoenix and I have been in American presidential campaigns as a Democrat since 1992.  Prior to that, however, I played in a heavy metal band in Los Angeles, California between 1985 and 1987.  I was political in those days, as well, as I despised Ronald Reagan, and still view him as a traitor (Iran-Contra).

My main focus is on equal rights-especially for those with developmental disabilities like autism, as I worked in that field for nearly ten years.  Even if you don't have a developmental disability and have some kind of physical ailment for which you face discrimination, I still want to help you.

Let me know if you need help and I'll tell your story.  If I can't help you, someone near you probably can.

Again, thank you.

Hello, Algeria!

I wish to say hello to my new audience in Algeria.
I am a columnist who fights for the rights of oppressed people, no matter who they are or where they come from.
I specialize in social ostracization, so please feel free to drop me a line and tell me your situation.   Someone somewhere might be able to help you if I cannot.  All I might be able to do is call attention to it.
You will have to use your real name in order to be helped out of your situation, but I do want to help in any way that I possibly can.
Again, thank you, Algeria.

Judge Others At Your Own Risk-Especially If You Know Not Their Circumstances

It’s so funny how a lot of people think it’s okay to judge others.
Now, you know how I am; I want to know fact from fiction before I decide.  Furthermore, I check my sources.  On top of that, I don’t believe we should be judging teenaged mothers, since Republicans want to end abortion rights.
Sadly, most people aren’t that bright.
Here’s an example of a beautiful online exchange I had with someone regarding the topic of the judgment of others.
Jim Rousch’s profile photo
Jim Rousch

I C profile photo
Honestly its perfectly normal to judge others, based on the information we  have. Its only natural tbh

Jim Rousch
+I C And if the information is wrong?

Shitting is natural, too, but you don’t want to internalize that-well, maybe YOU do.  I prefer to consider the source and dispose of the shit.

That’s when people like myself grab people who judge and put them through car windshields.  If you’re a Christian, remember that Christ told you that you will be judged if you judge others.

You want to know something else that’s natural?  Tease the wolf and he’ll bite your balls off-to be honest.  You don’t know someone’s circumstances, son, so my advice to you is to hold your tongue-you might lose it if you judge the wrong person.
This person just answered my response to him, but I’m not going to bother with it.  To give a judge the time of day is like running in quicksand, and there’s simply no point to it.  They will learn what happens when they must pay a large deductible at their dentist’s office because their dentist had to perform major oral surgery on them and either had to implant partials or get him ready for dentures.
That’s what usually happens to those who judge-and that’s just on Earth.
Based on those who adhere to the religion, I don’t know how accurate the Bible is.  However, Jesus Christ allegedly warned:
Matthew 7:1-3King James Version (KJV)

7 Judge not, that ye be not judged.

2 For with what judgment ye judge, ye shall be judged: and with what measure ye mete, it shall be measured to you again.

3 And why beholdest thou the mote that is in thy brother’s eye, but considerest not the beam that is in thine own eye?”
Now, I’m evil, and I know that.  It’s because I’m a human who was pushed into a corner, so I have no remorse for anything I do.  However, I try not to judge others.  Why?   They might be from the same neighborhood as me.
Just listen to Motorhead’s I’m So Bad Baby, I Don’t Care, because I’ve been to Hell.  I’ve bought that farm, and I refuse to sell.
You see, that’s what happens when people are judged before the judge learns the facts.