An Insight about “Hate or Madness?”


Read this very insightful analysis of my post entry.

This is the link to the video…below is the summation: Hate…or Madness?

Summation:

Comment by abbyrosenueve 6h

“She’s obviously publicizing a racial/religious statement; the majority of red words are Bible vernacular, while the black written words indicate ethnic groups, for the most part.”

“However, if you look closely, you notice that “n-ggers,” “white n-ggers,” “white,” and “wet-back” (typically indicating Hispanics) are also in red.”

“This is my interpretation: I believe that this woman, by unconventional means, is simply obeying the Bible’s Great Commission (share the teachings of Christ to others). I think her signs communicate remission;”

“The words that are in red describe forms of sin, various virtues, and terms for every race. Red is the color of Christ’s blood, which is often associated with the idea of forgiveness.”

“I think the woman’s overall message is that Christ’s crucifixion covered the sin of every ethnic background.”

“However, I could be terribly wrong. But I’d like to think this woman has some form of reason behind what appears as madness.”

Treys Note:
After I read this comment, I was struck about the few things described that I never considered before. The sanity behind the madness. Check out the video…read the signs, study it and see what y’all can see…or NOT see!

3 thoughts on “An Insight about “Hate or Madness?””

  1. That makes a lot of sense, when you think about it. I hope that is the intent. But, even if it’s not, abbyrosenueve6h has put a lovely new slant on it with her interpretation. I’m going with that one. It’s way much better than thinking the woman’s just a ‘crazy loner’. Just goes to show, eh? Never can tell.x

      1. Well let us know. Funny how after one person points out what looks obvious to them you can then see it easily enough.
        Now if you come back with another theory this could get confusing. My brain’s already frazzled one way and another.
        A definitive answer would be best. You could always go back, chap her door and ask!…….
        Maybe not. ;)x

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