Tuesday, 10 August 2010
I Don't Support the Destruction of Christianity, Either
This is a difficult one because on one hand I am not a Christian, I do not view the Bible as the Word of God, and I do not believe that only through faith in this one (admirable) fellow, we can avoid being burnt for all eternity by God, who of course loves us very much. Three thousand years' worth of Stockholm Syndrome and endless war and killing of 'heretics' have not convinced me.
The last attempt at global governance (before the modern NWO) was via the Pope and the Vatican, who had so much power that kings and queens swore allegiance to him, and he would mediate in European elite disputes.
The number killed during 'Christian' campaigns, the Crusades, Colonialism, may even surpass the death toll of Communism in the 20th century, thus making institutional Christianity or more generally institutional monotheism, Judaism-Christianity-Islam, the deadliest ideology in history. And remember that there are lots of good people who are Christians or Jews or Muslims, just like there are lots who were Marxists back when that was fashionable, or today subscribe to proto-Marxist 'progressive' ideology.
There's the whole Jordan Maxwell angle that says Popeye is still running the show but in my humble opinion he lost that game of chess a long time ago. At least it seems so. Templars/Masons/Talmudists/(Protestants?) vs Vatican, sort of a medieval Alien vs Predator, whoever wins we lose. And the Vatican lost. You certainly don't pay taxes to the Vatican, or if you do (I guess in Italy?) it's not much, not like the good old days of Pardon bribes, and the Vatican doesn't offer you AAA derivatives or low rate adjustable mortgages or carbon credits.
Taking it back to Communism again, I am happy to generalise, as are most people, and say that Communism was evil as a whole, regardless the 'useful idiots' who naively helped the manipulators implement it, and make no mistake this still happens today. (At least when the evil in the right wing wants to kill lots of people, they're pretty open about it. There's a difference between 'bomb bomb bomb Iran' and 'pursue equality and tolerance for all people and end discrimination', yet ultimately giving power to the people preaching either will result in millions of dead.)
However I cannot bring myself to make the same generalisation of Christians. One, because so many Christians are staunchly anti-Marxist, anti-social engineering. Two, because Christianity is to many people not just a source, but the source for their moral values, most of which are commendable. And three, because as in the quote at the start of this post, the NWO agenda is to destroy all religions, and all nations, in order to implement a corporate communist world government and a new Dark Ages under a new world church with a new world god, presumably. In other words, Christianity is fair game for criticism because it is no longer much use, just like you can criticise the Nazis but you cannot criticise the Communists, because one ideology has already run its course and the other is still alive and very much part of the game plan.
I'd take them over the Ba'hai or any other freak show any day. It is Christians who tend to be the most upstanding for genuine family values and not for the subversive elements of feminism (please note I said 'elements' there), as well as the hedonistic drugs-violence-sex corporate societal overload, the atrocious degenerate/ritual pop culture, and the promotion of homosexuality and gender distortion (the latter of which again is one of those 'subversive elements' of feminism).
Again, I'm having to hedge here, just so there's no misunderstanding. Christians calling for gays to be killed 'because it says so in the Bible' (how many people have died due to that one? or the qu'ran etc), very bad. Homosexual elements of the establishment calling for kids in school to be taught 'gay tolerance' etc, and largely the same groups along with the paedophiles calling for sex education of younger and younger kids, also very bad. And Christians being arrested (by a "LGBT Liason Officer", no less? Where is the Herterosexual Liason Officer hmm?) because they say that homosexuality is a sin according to Christian teaching, because 'someone might get offended', plain wrong. Got it?
So no, I don't support the Antichrist-ian Commies or the brave new world they are creating, in which ultimately all children are to be raised by the state and molded into perfect citizens. Can you imagine what our ancestors would have thought of the concept of "Hate Speech". Oh, unless it was blasphemous speech against the Church, of course. Ah yes, that was the Old World Order...
Nothing new about the NWO, except those who we will be revering will have changed slightly, outwardly at least. If you want to know where the power lies, ask who you cannot criticise. Those who you can criticise are not really in power.
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It's another of those 'conspiracy theories' that good citizens don't notice. Imagine the standard of living if all the secret technology was released to the public...we'd be "free and independent" as JFK said! No more poverty anywhere! Can you imagine being sick enough to withhold such technology from society just to maintain your position of control? (Bearing in mind that we don't know just how much technological capability is being withheld, because, duh, it's secret.) What did Nikola Tesla really develop?
Individual Liberty? But that's "selfish"!
No, we need to look after each other voluntarily without having a government do all that at gunpoint. Sounds absurd at first but soon you realise that the reason it sounds so is because of the very unfree nature of our current existence. Envision greater possibilities! Ok, some kind of massive wake-up would be needed before this kind of free, responsible, uncontrollable society could emerge. And that's what we are seeing day by day in the world - a massive waking up of the previously enslaved masses (including myself I must add!)