Nothing Compares To Your Idiocy: Sinead O’Connor.

The boy needs to grow up a bit.

One of the most salient traits of modern society is the fact that people claim – and are given – credibility just because they happen to be famous.

A beautiful example of this is Sinead O’Connor. I can’t imagine any other age in which an unstable lesbian with rather hysteric ideas, a penchant for suicide and in general rather fit for a specialised establishment for mental illnesses can ordain herself – or be ordained by some other clown – a “priestess” and be taken seriously. In every other age, people would say to her “yes, dear” and care that there are no knives lying about.

Not with this lady (boy?), though. We are here in front of a person who married four times – showing an admirable ability to stick to her own decisions – threw in some lesbianism just for the fun of it, and made other rather extraordinary things like tearing a photo of the Pope, “the real enemy” (of unrepentant lesbians, yes!), and rant about child abuse as if it was something the Church specialise in. Which is very funny, because in order to see a prime example of sexual perversion she needs to do no more than look at the mirror.

Is it a surprise that such egomaniacal people should twitter around that they need sex, or that they feel suicidal and need a doctor and ask tweeters to find her – a rich woman with access to the best of the best – one; or marry the same person they divorce a couple of weeks later? Come on,  who would take such people seriously in real life?  The lady (boy?) should go back to kindergarten and seriously start working on becoming a halfway responsible adult instead of the whining, passive-aggressive, manipulative lesbian bitch she is.

Don’t bet your pint.

“Oh, but she, oh, has, oh, bi-po-lar, oh, di-sor-der”, I hear (the usual) people say. Bipolar disorder, my foot. If you know you’re unstable, don’t behave unstably in public. If you can’t avoid behaving unstably in public, you are ripe for the above mentioned specialised structures.

But no: this pervert, never grown prepubescent cretin will continue to make pathetic headlines with every anti-Catholic rant whilst the usual idiots will continue not only to justify whatever she does, but to continue to see in such example of self-centred immaturity or outright stupidity and perversion some kind of guiding light for their own agenda.

That’s a bad’un; and mind my words, if she doesn’t change she will come to a very bad end.

Mundabor

Posted on January 14, 2012, in Catholicism and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 9 Comments.

  1. In a more responsible age, a sad, sick woman like this would have been confind to a mental hospital by her family or the government. Unfortunately, sodomy, drug abuse, and mental illness are no longer considered by many to be serious dysfunctions of the mind and soul, they’re ‘alternative lifestyles, don’t you know?

    • Agree Stephen,
      though I find “I have bipolar disorder” an increasing excuse. A lot of people have bipolar disorder, and they don’t behave that way.

      M

  2. I wouldn’t worry about her too much. It’s only the Stephen Frys and Rosie O’Donnells of the world who take anything O’Connor says as meaningful criticism; people who have abandoned the notion of shame, particularly regarding sex, and yet continually upbraid other people reinforce each other’s ‘edgy’ characters. Most anti-Catholics prefer their demagogues to have a patina of insightfulness (Dawkins, Hitchens and, in a depressingly post-modern sense, Lady Gaga and Perez Hilton), which the unfortunate Sinead O’Connor can no longer affect.

    Bi-polar disorder is real but can be managed quite well these days. A right honest and brave mental health professional would challenge her on her anti-Catholic zealotry and continuous dull as dishwater public discourses on her sex life, on the grounds that they are unhealthy. In the current climate of utter non-judgementalism the closest such a professional may be allowed to achieve this lofty aim of flatly disapproving of unhealthy behaviour is suggesting that it might not, possibly, y’know, be the most positive, life-affirming, productive, energy-balancing, harmonious, behaviour that she could choose for herself, as a strong and worthwhile self-determinative individual, at the present moment on her journey towards self-actualisation…I can’t help feeling that this lacks impact somehow.

    • Beautifully said, Frank.

      I must admit I dind’t know Lady Gaga (so-called; I doubt about the lady part, not the gaga one…) had a patina of insightfulness…

      I am rather angry because the O’Connors of the world attract the approval of the Frys, and the Frys of many other people. At some point, their thinking becomes mainstream without anyone being able to attach this to the one or the other, it’s just “the way it is” because they’ve heard it once too often.

      M

  3. Stephen Fry is not going to pray for this woman, only people like us will do so and for all those like her who are not famous but who are also mentally ill. It is our inescapable obligation. Perhaps God allowed the fame for a reason and perhaps that is that people like ourselves will pray for Ms. O’Connor, who is our eternally endangered sister, and all those like her.

    • By all means, Steve, let’s pray.

      Only, let us not justify her wrongs by saying that “perhaps God allowed her to be famous for a reason”, or the like. Wrong is wrong, and everyone is responsible fo rhis actions until he/she is locked in a padded cell. The lady knows what she says and does, which is why she is endangered.

      M

  4. “I must admit I dind’t know Lady Gaga (so-called; I doubt about the lady part, not the gaga one…) had a patina of insightfulness”

    Not in my eyes either Mundabor. However, the credulity of her ‘little monsters’ (and without admitting to owning a tin-foil hat I’d just like to point out how creepy that is) is on show in the comments under any of her youtube videos. “She’s just like…so symbolic.”.

  5. You must admit that she had a nice voice, when she was younger. Here’s her singing the Foggy Dew. Beautiful:

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