Friday, October 7, 2011

This explains a lot about Charlie Sheen’s problems.

“Sheen, 71, and his wife are approaching their 50th anniversary this year. Although Sheen’s struggled with alcoholism, and the couple’s son Charlie has had a few notorious blowups, they’ve remained together through the hard times. And he values her as much as life itself. Though he’s famously liberal, Sheen is pro-life because Templeton was conceived as the result of a rape, and he once told an interviewer that if abortion had been available at the time, she would never have been born”

Having a long marriage does not mean anything. Most people are together in fear and insanity and not in love.

Martin Sheen in an interview also said: “She even found out later that her mother really thought about dumping her in the Ohio River” after she was born. Instead she took her back to Kentucky where she was raised by two aunts, until she was six.”

This explains a lot! Charlie sheen is expressing the hate and pain of his grandmother passed on to his mother that started right in the womb and then passed to Charlie Sheen and his brothers and sisters, but Charlie is the one persuasively expressing it in a symbolic language that society and he himself does not understand. I can only imagine the pain and hate would make me feel if I had to carry a pregnancy to term caused by rape. It probably would have made me lose my mind completely. Martin Sheen is completely selfish just thinking of himself that if his wife had not been born he would not had have his wife as his companion, but have he stopped for a brief moment to think about the life that had to be destroyed in order for his wife to be born, didn’t the life that was already here had the right to life or the unborn life had more rights than lived life? Ignorance like this makes my blood boil. Just as Alice Miller wrote in her article PROTECTING LIFE AFTER BIRTH: “When I see the passion with which Catholic priests - men childless by choice - fight against abortion, I can’t help asking what it is that motivates them. Is it a desire to prove that unlived life, as perhaps their own destinies suggest, is more important and more valuable than lived life? Was that, perhaps, how the parents of those passionately committed to stopping abortion thought, though they expressed it in different ways? Or is it a case of seeing to it that others share the same fate as oneself? Both are possible. Both are dangerous, when people are driven to blind and destructive actions by the dead hand of their own repression.”