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Shun or Be Shunned; Condemn or Be Condemned.
April 16, 2019
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Shun or Be Shunned; Condemn or Be Condemned.

It is a time to Divide. It has already begun. Will we Shun Evil, or allow Evil to Own Our Culture and Shun Us?

Vic Biorseth, Tuesday, April 16, 2019

Shun: verb; to disown or disavow, to keep apart from, have nothing to do with and take pains to avoid, motivated by betrayal, fear or disgust.

Think about it. However did it come to be that to shun someone, in and of itself, could be considered to be a bad thing? Are we to consort with criminals and not discriminate between good and evil, right and wrong? A distinct people, or a distinct human culture, or a distinct religion, or a distinct club, etc., only remains distinct until it no longer eschews and shuns that which is outside the distinction.

It's a matter of Specific Identity.

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