Buckle Up For Hell, Charles Manson
According to a previous post, Charles Manson is knocking on death's door. Reports say he was removed from prison and brought to a hospital last week when his intestines started bleeding.
Goodnight, you evil piece of garbage. Good riddance. As a Catholic, I am not supposed to say that, or feel it, but I do. The world will be a better place without you.
This "person" was so unbelievably manipulative, that he was able to convince others to do his horrific bidding, and carry out one of the most evil killing sprees in American history. Manson led "The Family" to kill Sharon Tate and eight others over a five-week period in 1969.
I was not even a glimmer in the eyes of my mom and dad when this took place, but I was exposed to this lunatic through the media my whole life. He never expressed remorse or even explored the idea that what he had done might be wrong. In fact, he was repeatedly quoted as being proud of it and wishes he had done more to hurt humanity.
People like Manson are weak -- they are driven by fear. They try and make others afraid to feel some sense of power. He has always been a coward, a slob, and a piece of human garbage. His joy came from terrorizing people.
His fear was based in weakness. His victims' fear came from a place of love. Most people don't want to die, because they have love in their heart for others and themselves.
I rejoiced when Osama Bin Laden died, pumped my fist in the air when Saddam Hussein died, and when Manson kicks it, I will laugh, because "people" like him don't deserve our forgiveness or humanity.