I’d like to express the relief I feel when I think that the only consequences Ted Bundy ever faced for his “quote unquote” evils - were arbitrary, man made imprisonment and death sentence. To know that no punishment exists in the afterlife is a great relief for a man such as my self.
What is particularly joyous about Bundy is that, as a psychopath, he didn’t even feel remorse as he abducted, murdered, and “desecrated” the bodies of all those young women (such a “holy” term - “desecration” - as if the dead could care less about who or what has sex with their dead bodies. People are so “judgmental” when it comes to fucking dead bodies these days. And let me say, it’s not as easy as it used to be. Days are gone where you could find a juicy obit. in the local paper, show up for the funeral, wait until dark, dig that sucker up, put on some tunes, and let go of a week’s worth of stress!)
Does this beg the question? Should we resort to torture and physical forms of punishment in order for “evil” men to suffer the consequences of their actions? We are such ninnies now a days. It doesn’t matter what kind of evil you commit. They pretend that removing you from the population is a form of punishment. Three meals a day, room and board for 20 years to life? This is punishment? Surrounded by like minded friends? Libraries? Outdoor recreational areas? A meal of your choice right before the lethal injection? This is how we treat the scum of the earth?
Should we not return to, say, more ancient, traditional, even “biblical”! techniques of dealing with scum? Cut off the hand of a thief? An eye for an eye? A tooth for a tooth?
Because there is certainly no consequences after life is over, correct? There are those among us who believe that, just as virtue is its own reward, evil is its own punishment - and for (in the end) it will be our very own conscience who deals with our misdeeds. It will be the public ousting that makes a vagabond out of those who do evil, yes?
Luckily for men like Bundy - there never was a conscience. There never was an ounce of guilt. Christ! He escaped twice from confinement and went on only to murder again and again before getting caught. His only sin was that he was busted by the so called “authorities”.
Let no man judge another man’s actions lest these actions be the very deeds of that very same man. So say I. And can we stop judging the necros so harshly? What harm can be done to a body that has already lost life? Can a lifeless corpse be truly raped? Should the necrophiliacs among us resort to the living instead? Surely it is better to exempt the living from unwanted advances? Surely a corpse can at the very least appreciate one last moment of true romance?
I particularly like to listen to this song at the local morgue (which, yes, I do have access to).