Ruth Bader Ginsburg Could Have Had Her Wish. She Just Did Not Want To.

 

It is now three days, and I am growing seriously sick and tired about all this rubbish about Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s “dying wish”.

Firstly, the woman allegedly said she would wish her successor to be appointed by the new President. If Trump wins in November, there will be no new President. Trump will not become “46”, because Presidents are not counted by mandate. Therefore, what the woman said could simply be interpreted as “it would be so nice if they decided not to do anything, Biden won and appointed my successor”. A “pious” (!!) wish. A desire that everything might end well for her.

Secondly, if RBG really had meant to put pressure on the President, the Senate and the public opinion, what prevented her from saying these words on camera? I can vividly imagine Nancy Fraudosi and Alexandria Ochildo-Cortez crying in front of the camera whilst watching it. Of course, against this is the very simple fact that it would be simply unacceptable, as RBG herself knew all too well, to try to put the President, the Senate and the public opinion under pressure with her wishes.

Thirdly, and most importantly, who cares a straw for the politically motivated wishes of someone dying? This is different from the old man dying and asking his son to make him die happy and promise, say, to stay away from drugs, or to enrol in that nurse school, or to become an NRA life member. This “death wish” impacts every single American, born or unborn. Should they all held moral hostages of a power-crazed old woman dying? Thought not…

Lastly, Ruth Bader Ginsburg had it in her power to die knowing that her successor was in line with her ideological, baby-killing, perversion-promoting and, I think, hoplophobic stance. The only thing she needed to do was resign in 2009, at the ripe age of 76. Her successor would have been appointed by Obama, and would have been another disaster like the Fat Dike and the Wide Latina. RBG could, then, have died peacefully, knowing that her legacy lived.

But no. For this people everything is about themselves. They think that the Planet absolutely needs them, and nobody can take their place. Therefore, RBG decided to let her power trip go on for as long as possible, as she was celebrated like a living saint of the church of Moloch.

I don’t know whether the woman said those word, but they frankly sound like her. It could be that she expressed it as a “pious” (!!) wish she did not desire to be made public; it can be that she did desire that other people make it public. In both cases, her wishes are irrelevant.

She is six feet under now.

Politics isn’t made according to the deathbed wishes of the dead.

 

 

 

Posted on September 22, 2020, in Catholicism, Conservative Catholicism, Traditional Catholicism and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 7 Comments.

  1. Mr. M: Before the word went out from whatever passes for the Comintern these days, the very first reaction from the Church of Moloch here in the States was actually to curse their new saint. Many were seen posting their favorite Aglo-Saxonism followed by her first name, as in _____ you, Ruth! Several times in a row actually. Once they got the Moloch-inspired version of the Sanctus out of the way, they explained their curses thusly: “All you had to do was survive until January! Why didn’t you retire under Obama?” Like their father, Satan, the little leftists on these shores hate those who love them. Obviously their “natural reaction” to her passing did not fit the “narrative,” so it was suppressed by the Moloch Supporting Media (“MSM”). Me? I said the “eternal rest” three times and Barron-like “dared to hope” for her deathbed repentance and conversion. Like our Lord, we Christians love those who hate us. Maybe not a “natural reaction,” but a “Graced-nature” reaction.

    • I don’t even “dare” to “hope” anything. If she managed to avoid hell, good for her. The probability is so low that I really don’t want to engage in probabilities. It’s like giving Stalin a probability.

  2. Ding dong, the witch is dead!

  3. sixlittlerabbits

    I guess RBG was not Jewish in practice. The Jews bury their dead within 24 hours of their passing. Just learned today that RBG’s remains will be present for a lovefest on the steps of the Supreme Court Building September 23 and 24. On September 25, RBG will lie in state in the Capitol’s Statuary Hall in a ceremony for invited guests, according to House Speaker Nasty Pelousy. interment will be private. EWWW.

    • She was openly atheist. Whatever Judaism she had in her, it was family custom and social observance. I am not surprised that she did not give instruction to follow the Jewish custom.
      it has to be her, and as much of her as possible, to the very end.

  4. Who knows what RBG’s “dying wish” might have been.
    Perhaps, more like Steve Jobs, it was that she wished she had spent her last, dying years with her family rather than screwing around in politics.
    We’ll never know because she, like all things leftward, was never so much a person as an idol (think baal and moloch) and an idea, not a real person, and those who may know will use her memory like a crowbar to dismantle the Constitution if they can.

  5. One bit of dissent was to see some Wokist on Twitter express anger at RBG for hanging on until Obama was gone, rather than retire then. Maybe she was secretly ‘based.’ Obviously not, but her hanging on could be highly positive. Perhaps it might mean no more than a slight improvement. Perhaps the appointment might end up like one or more of Pres Reagan’s appointees who did not end up conservative. We will see.

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