Hey aghast, if you really are McKay's brother, please tell us the first initial of the first name of the first person to call Alice McKay, the person who called her even before I did. Give us some kind of hint, if not an initial, give us something. Can you do that please, so that we can know you are genuine and not one of McKay's drones??
Take it from me Zeus. It is one of Dave's brothers.
What Zeuszor has done (accomplished) here at this forum is not unprecedented. It would seem rather naive to try and 'protect' the wider milieu of Dave McKay. It is actually quite logical to investigate all threads of his life. I mean, if he were Charles Manson or Adolf Hitler some journalist at some point would have to make contact with their friends, associates, family, etc. As I have stated, there are 'rules' to protect these innocent individuals. You'd be surprised how truly powerful it is just to say, 'No comment!'
Here's the thing, Jack, we are not dealing with Charles Manson or Adolf Hitler. Such comments in no way foster continued communication or promote rational discourse. Dave does not loom that big in my mind.
What exactly has Zeus accomplished? All I see is a wake of destruction similar to what dave leaves behind him, and if people are thinking that dave will somehow have an epiphany as a result... think again.
For the sake of this mission, let's stay calm and collected.
It's fine that someone as obviously destructive as McKay doesn't loom as large for you as a Manson or Hitler, but, to be fair, these are not new comparisons. I'm level-headed enough to know that I was exaggerating to put a point across, and, to be fair, I didn't say McKay was like either of these two killers. So, one only has to dilute the mix by a small amount to arrive at a more accurate comparison of McKay.
There is no doubting, in my mind, that McKay is a very troubling and troubled individual. Does he go out of his way to apply his twisted mind/soul to destroy and/or damage others? I think the answer is obvious. I personally cannot paint anyone as being evil (it's just not a concept I can accept) and, so, any so-called individual who is deemed as such will always be unfairly labeled. My point? I think there is goodness and positivity in even the worst monster. I'm very tempted to ask Zeuszor to contact my father for a clearer example of this grim personality type. But, like contacting any monstrous individual, it is fraught with disappointment. And the only reason I mention my father is that he could easily be compared to someone like Hitler or McKay, but I survived his torment and, IMHO, I gained much by doing so. If you asked me if I would have had it any other way...I'd have great difficulty in answering that.
What's my point here? The point is that we all have some level of compassion and empathy for even the most vile individuals if we take the time to first heal ourselves. It's a rare individual that goes through life only expressing hate and cynicism. I trust that those who know me feel that my life as it had been is not a huge influence on my current life. Of course, I'm not foolish enough to say that I don't require more healing.
Of course, I'm waffling now. Yes, I'm defending myself because I don't make claims lightly. I value this forum and, in doing so, I value each and every voice here.
What has Zeuszor accomplished? I think you know the answers to that just as we all do. For instance, he put himself on the public firing line to face up to this man, McKay. Okay, it might be considered light-weight, but he is backing his words with deeds. I don't think anyone here, including Zeuszor, is under the illusion that McKay will ever snap out of his delusions. No, the only epiphany for him will come when he looks down at his own grave and realises that no one can be bothered leaving flowers for him (my sad attempt at humour, of course).
I thought the main aim of this forum was to educate and illuminate the public of the goings-on of the Jesus Christians.
I think Zeuszor would be the first to agree that occasionally his emotions take the upper hand, but, unlike McKay, he has the strength of character to admit his faults and failings.
With regard to McKay's brother, your vote of confidence of his genuine identity is surely noted. But to be fair and just to this process, the jury is still out.
Just for the record, I do not subscribe to the doctrines of the Bible, the Gita or Qu'ran. I have suspicions of any individual that takes religious ideas beyond their own hearts.