Big up yaself!
"what are you going to do with people who cant recognize a wolf and cannot call a spade a spade....what are you going to do with them?
are they as well another spade? will you call them spades
what is it?
and those who recognize spade and wolf
what do they do? run?...sheep dont fight"
Well, in my opinion, the only thing I can do for those who dont overstand is try to offer some overstanding. They can either accept it or reject it.
I dont know what you mean when you ask if they are spades. Calling a spade a spade means that ones sight things as they really are and not necessarily how they appear to be.
People who recognize a wolf masquerading as a sheep should take measures to avoid being devoured by the wolf.
It is difficult for the sheep to notice the wolf because they are too busy stuffing themselves with the sustenance from the shepherds chosen pasture.
The sustenance that they are stuffing themselves with is tricknowlogy from the restricted confines of dogma (pasture).
The shepherd uses his crook and flail (rod and scepter) to make sure that his flock stays in line. When a sheep is too far out of the reach of the shepherd, he sends out his wolf-cousins (dogs)/missionaries to return the sheep to the fold, without much resistance of course.
Once the sheep has served their purposes, he is lead to be slaugthered and devoured by the same people who lead them...the wolves.
I say kill the shepherd and let the sheep roam this great pasture of earth, receiving proper nourishment from the abundance of nature as intended.
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