I never reblog posts, but this one warrants a share. It hits so many things on the nose of Trump, Matt Walsh, and the issues with the political Right in this country. My fellow American Catholics would do well to read this post and heed what is written here.
Matt Walsh stares into the abyss, only to find Donald Trump staring back
Friedrich Nietzsche is one of my favorite philosophers. Not because I agree with him – I find his views to be quite dangerous – but because he’s so absurd, so willing to take his thoughts to their conclusions, and there’s that perverse part of me that enjoys watching a crazy man shout in the streets. Nietzsche is to philosophy what Gary Busey is to television; both have staying power even though no one really knows why, both pump out Tweets (or “sayings” for Nietzsche, but they were Tweets before Twitter) that look deep, but are just asinine, yet I’ll be damned if it’s not the most entertaining thing you’ll see.
Which brings me to a very famous and oft misunderstood quote by Nietzsche:
“He who fights with monsters should be careful lest he thereby become a monster.
And if thou…
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