judas does not


jesus christ superstar (2000) dir. gale edwards: tell me what you think about your friends at the top! who do you think, besides yourself, was pick of the crop? buddha, was he where it’s at? is he where you are? could mohammed move a mountain, or was that just PR?

Oh god, okay, I just realized the whole scene at the barricades where Valjean chooses to spare Javert instead of killing him (which would have put an end to the threat of his arrest) is A GIANT FUCKING ALLUSION TO THE SCENE IN THE BIBLE WHEN JESUS GETS ARRESTED.

“Jesus’ other disciples were upset at the sight of Roman soldiers and Jewish religious leaders who had gathered there, ready to take Jesus away. So, wielding a sword, one of them (Peter) cut off an ear of a man standing nearby: Malchus, the servant of the Jewish high priest.

‘But Jesus answered, ‘No more of this!’ And he touched the man’s ear and healed him.

Then Jesus said to the chief priests, the officers of the temple guard, and the elders, who had come for him, 'Am I leading a rebellion, that you have come with swords and clubs? Every day I was with you in the temple courts, and you did not lay a hand on me. But this is your hour – when darkness reigns.’ (Luke 22:47)

This healing was the last miracle that Jesus performed before going to the cross to sacrifice himself for the sins of the world, the Bible says.

In this threatening situation, Jesus could have chosen to perform a miracle for his own benefit, to avoid his impending arrest. But he chose instead to perform a miracle to help someone else, which is the same purpose of all of his prior miracles.”

(source: about.com/religion)


-the barricade is the Garden of Gethsemane

-the barricade boys are Jesus’ angry disciples

-I guess Enjolras is Peter, here *le shrug*

-the high ranking members of the French Judicial system are the Jewish priests

-the officers of the police are the Jewish temple guard

-Javert is the servant Malchus (literally a slave to the law)

-Valjean is Jesus for obvious reasons

(I was writing a part of my fic where Javert has this moment of realization about Valjean’s nature and how his goodness is truer than the goodness of the forces of justice which he himself serves, and I was trying to come up with a good allusion/metaphor for what he was feeling and suddenly I thought “It’s kinda like how that one enemy lackey guy must have felt when Jesus healed his ear back on in the bible after Peter cut it o–WAIT A SECOND”)


       send my love to   mary.         SHE’S SAFE NOW.                /// indi. sherlock holmes


any houseguest: *breathes*

austin: this may not be the best move for austin, but for judas, this is perfect. by letting this person breathe, not only does it take the target off of austin’s back, but now judas is in the clear as well.