You Can’t Judge a Book By It’s Cover: The Peril of Making Policy Based on Looks



Written by John (the other John).
We often hear/say the phrase “you can’t judge a book by its cover” mostly in the context of the false assumption that an attractive person is a good-hearted person, and also that an unattractive person is a bad-hearted person. For anyone who ever had their heart “torn out” by a beautiful person, you know this scenario very well. But this concept does not only apply to the beautiful people, but it also applies to cuddliest of all people; little kids.
If you look at young children, you cannot help but say “ohhh, how cute”, and “how can anyone say these kids can harm us; only a racist would say that”. So lies the mantra to let these “refugee” children into our nations, and that we can shower them with love and taxpayer money, and they will become productive members of society. So in honour of supporting unconditional love to young children, let us look at some photos of formerly young children who grew up to be true angels of progressive causes. I will first show the photos, then at the bottom I will show the name:










Now that we saw these absolutely adorable children, now let us see their names:
  1. Joseph Stalin
  2. Saddam Hussein
  3. Kim Jong-un
  4. Benito Mussolini
  5. AH
  6. Osama Bin Laden
  7. Vladimir Lenin
  8. Che Guevara
  9. Mao Zedong
  10. Kim Jong-il
  11. Fidel Castro
  12. Hermann Goring
  13. Hugo Chavez
  14. Josef Mengele
  15. Nicolae Ceausescu
  16. Francisco Franco
So now that we see the names of these adorable young children, this totally refutes the claims of the racists who say that a child can grow up to be evil; this is simply untrue. (Of course for enlightened progressives to say this requires them forcing us under threat of violence to ignore the pile of nearly 200 million murdered bodies caused by these cuddly young children later on their lives; but once that fact is ignored, they actually are adorable). That being said, let us open our borders to allow any and all “refugee children” (i.e., hand grenades and land mines) so they can give us just as much love as the above children did to society.
Thereby the phrase, “you can’t judge a book by its cover”. Merely being young, cute, and cuddly does not mean that they cannot grow up to kill you.



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