Beetroot the new Beatitudes

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17 Responses to Beetroot the new Beatitudes

  1. Franx says:

    Well, yes, although, of course, the good of the ecosystem is not the ultimate good. Unless one worships nature.

  2. NoFixedAddress says:

    He, along with Adern, Truedoe, Biden, most EU ‘leaders’ are viscous drugged enemies of humankind.

  3. Ragu says:

    Except for noxious weeds

  4. twostix says:

    The unconventional meekness and cooperation of Kudzu.

  5. Tel says:

    Hey amazing coincidence! When I compete in the free market, me being competitive is great for the market as a whole.

    When I disagree with you, and point out how you are wrong … I do it for the sake of truth itself.

    Like some invisible hand, m’kay?

  6. and says:

    Jesus: Be ye therefore perfect, even as your Father which is in heaven is perfect.

    Frankie: Beah lika da plants

  7. and says:

    Frankie goes to Bunnings

  8. Ragu says:


    I put a few few cannabis sees in the ground, most turned male and the rest hermaphrodite, so I cut them all down because they weren’t any use to keep the species alive.

    Why?, you say. The hermies can self pollinate and it will continue on. No, because they will harbour the defect, they will not adapt and over time they will become more susceptible to lineage death.

    This pope is an Egyptian monk that is so poorly read he makes an Illinois gangbanger look like Jesus

  9. C.L. says:

    We won’t even break down the silliness of anthropomorphising plants – which obviously cannot be ‘meek.’ By strange contrast

    Discussing on the flight from Kazakhstan to Italy on Thursday the moral degradation of the West, particularly concerning the advance of legal euthanasia, Pope Francis said the region has taken the wrong path and that killing should be left “to the animals.”

    Why not simply refer his audience to obvious human or – dare I say it, divine – role models for meekness and charity?

  10. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    Plants before babies.

    Mother Earth > Pregnant Mothers (FPM, 29 Sep)

    A high-ranking Vatican official stunned Catholics during a recent television interview by inadvertently confirming the Catholic Church’s retreat from one of its fundamental moral positions — a retreat FrontPage Magazine explored more than a year ago.

    The official in question said on Italy’s national network Aug. 26 that the church had no interest in opposing that nation’s law allowing abortion.

    Astonishingly, the Vatican official who made those remarks was Cardinal Vincenzo Paglia, president of the Pontifical Academy for Life, which Pope John Paul II founded specifically to oppose abortion.

    I wish these guys would go back to talking about the Gospel. They do sometimes, but it tends to get lost in all the political rubbish.

  11. Terry says:

    “The Pope” going all Golden Calf worship.

    What could possibly go wrong?

    We have far, far more misanthropic socialists than we need in this world.

    Would be quite entertaining to be a fly on the wall at his performance review with the Big Boss.

    STAMP: “Corrupt, Malevolent, Immoral”. “Be Gone!”

    That “Global Warming” you’re feeling there Frankie is your slow descent into hell.

  12. John Brumble says:

    Wait ’til he gets a load of Ficus macrophylla

  13. Riversutra says:

    Meanwhile, in La La Land:
    Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Wednesday announced that Monica Medina, wife of White House chief of staff Ron Klain, will serve as U.S. Special Envoy for Biodiversity and Water Resources. The decision to promote her to the newly established role of “diplomat for plants and animals” is one that “underscores the Biden’s administration’s desire” to fight climate change.
    I give you the Speaker to Spinach, the Ambassador to Asparagus, the Grand Poobah of Pumpkin, Monica “Melonhead” Medina.
    Her discussions with mushrooms promises to be most enlightening.

  14. Entropy says:

    Winder when was the last time he tried to grow veges.

  15. Gab says:

    Why not simply refer his audience to obvious human or – dare I say it, divine – role models for meekness and charity?

    Oh that’s just so ”rigid”, CL. Stop looking to the past, as pope francis says.

  16. Student says:

    A voice says, “Cry out.” And I said, “What shall I cry?” “All people are like grass, and all their faithfulness is like the flowers of the field.” – Isiaih 40:6

  17. C.L. says:

    Nice point, Student. Thank you.

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