KOC: The Road To Hell

Many people who have watched my PJTV Klavan on the Culture videos have written to request that I go to hell.  So this week, that’s exactly what I do.  Yes, Klavan on the Culture takes an unswerving and barely comprehensible look at why it is the road to hell is paved with good intentions instead of, like, the heads of Islamo-fascist terrorists or something cool like that.

Justin Folk did the diabolical backgrounds. Gee, now that I think about it, he’s creepily good at that…

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  • http://www.facebook.com/larskval Lars Walker

    I think this one’s my favorite.

  • Kenny

    Chris is a great cabbie!

  • http://twitter.com/KennyKemp Kenny Kemp

    And I thought it would be bumpier…

  • Anonymous

    Andrew you’re on a roll. Last week’s “Shut Up” video and “Road to Hell” are excellent.

    Interview with Peter Robinson from The Hoover Institution called The World According to Andrew Klavan is on You Tube and is well worth watching. Some great insights.

  • http://www.youtube.com/user/alinskyrules?feature=mhum AlinskyRules

    Brilliant. Not only culturally insightful, but also theologically correct also. God gave us reason (not Reason, sorry Nick) and rational thought. Instead of using these gifts from God to solve problems, many choose to placate their emotions with solutions whose goal is to make them “feel good”. Putting our emotions above God’s will for us to use our reason never works out.

  • JDRaven

    Mr. Klavan, excellent work – I just discovered your “shut up” video today and had to see more. This one is also spot on. If I could add another example: the haphazard removal of colonial governments from African nations – good intent, bad execution that left a massive power vaccuum quickly filled by murderous dictators. I remember some moron from the State Department in the 1980s crowing about the achievement of “self rule” throughout Africa, pointedly ignoring the actual results. I can only hope Egypt fairs better.

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