oo. i agree with your, bad things would have happened anyway. i always tell my friends
"was hitler a horrible person, yes. but what he did was a good thing. heres why, the world is overpopulated right now. if the 6million hitler didn't kill had procreated having two kids per couple (average number of kids per family) and all of their kids coupled up and had kids and so on and so forth, how badly over populated would we be now." so in my oppinion, even if their intentions were horrible the result was probably good, somewhere down the road.
I like Ranavalona very much, but I would have to go with Biblical Baby Paul. Who, when he had 2.5 angels residing in his home and the village men came and said,"Let us be swines and take the angels fair and drink and have sex with them" Paul said-"No, alas that cannot be, but I will gladly bring my daughters outside and you may do what you wish with them!" Yes! He said that. And then god smited REWARDED HIM. YES! THE LORD REWARDED HIM FOR GIVING HIS DAUGHTERS TO THOSE PEDOPHILIC ARSES. Then, later in life, when they moved to this temple, he had some grandkids. Guess who were the parents? HIS DAUGHTERS
Gosh, that would've sounded great in vlog form.
Also, if you live in SF and would like to participate in an idea for a Nerdfighter-run SP, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Also, as a late BTW, some basic fact-checking is in order.
1) Lot lived in Sodom, near Gomorrah, two cities so full of crime, violence, and general anarchy that God decided to destroy it. Abraham pleaded with God to spare the cities if there were even ten "righteous souls " living in it, and He agreed--apparently there weren't that many.
2) The gang(s) of men who came to Lot's door when they discovered newcomers (the 2 angels) were one of notorious dozens roaming the streets at night, raping to death anyone they could lay their hands on. And they were apparently used to getting whatever was requested. And yes, Lot offered his virgin daughters instead, a reprehensible and indefensible thing (they were NOT children, btw, but maidens), after he'd pleaded with the gang to leave and do no such wickedness--an act of great courage, considering. And the gang turned him down, so the daughters were saved. So basically . . .
3) Lot got lucky. Because, though he did it in a thoroughly warped fashion, he defended messengers of God instead of just handing them over. So the angels booted him out before the fire and brimstone started raining down. Also, I'm thinking that this might partially have been a favor to Abraham. Lot's wife looked back at the city with longing(!!!) as they fled, so God turned her into a pillar of salt for her evil desires. Which leads us to . . .
4) Lot and his daughters hid out in a cave for a while. His daughters talked together and decided that the world had ended, and who knew if any men were left (not the brightest bulbs, those two). So, in order to preserve the human race, they decided to impregnate themselves by their dad Lot, for which purposes they got him roaring drunk, knowing he'd never agree to it sober.
So, world's most dysfunctional family? Yes. God's poster boy? Absolutely not.