Dark secrets remain unrevealed as society’s fabric disintegrates. Why is every major politician surrounded by Jewish ‘advisers’?
Dark secrets remain unrevealed as society’s fabric disintegrates. Why is every major politician surrounded by Jewish ‘advisers’?
“Government” is neither a scientific concept nor a rational sociological construct; nor is it a logical, practical method of human organization and cooperation. The belief in “government” is not based on reason; it is based on faith, In truth, the belief in “government” is a religion, made up of a set of dogmatic teachings, irrational doctrines which fly in the face of both evidence and logic, and which are methodically memorized and repeated by the faithful.
Like other religions, the gospel of “government” describes a superhuman, supernatural entity, above mere mortals, which issues commandments to the peasantry, for whom unquestioning obedience is a moral imperative, disobeying to the commandments (“breaking the law”) is viewed as a sin, and the faithful delight in the punishment of the infidels and sinners (“qw21criminals”), while at the same time taking great pride in their own loyalty and humble subservience to their god (as “law-abiding taxpayers”).
And while the mortals may humbly beg their lord for favors, and for permission to do certain things, it is considered blasphemous and outrageous for one of the lowly peasants to imagine himself to be fit to decide which of the “government” god’s “laws” he should follow and which it is okay for him to ignore. Their mantra is, “You can work to try to change the law, but as long as it’s the law, we all have to follow it!”
The religious nature of the belief in “authority” is put on display for all to see whenever people solemnly stand, with their hands upon their hearts, and religiously proclaim their undying faith in, and loyalty to, a flag and a “government” (the “republic”). It rarely occurs to those who recite the Pledge of Allegiance, while feeling deep pride, that what they are actually doing is swearing allegiance to a system of subjugation and authoritarian control. In short, they are promising to do as they are told, and behave as loyal subjects to their masters.
Aside from the patently inaccurate phrase at the end about “liberty and justice for ail,” the entire Pledge is about subservience to the “government” which claims to represent the collective, as if that in itself is some great and noble goal, The Pledge, and the mentality and emotions it is intended to stir up, would apply equally well to any tyrannical regime in history.
It is a promise to be obedient and easily controlled, to subordinate oneself to “the republic,” rather than a promise to do the right thing, Many other patriotic rituals and songs, as well as the overtly religious reverence given to two pieces of parchment – the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution – also demonstrate that people do not merely view “government” as a practical necessity: they view it as a god, to be praised and worshiped, honored and obeyed.
The main factor distinguishing the belief in “government” from other religions today is that people actually believe in the god called “government,” The other gods people claim to believe in, and the churches they attend, are now, by comparison, little more than
empty rituals and half-heartedly parroted superstitions.
When it comes to their everyday lives, the god that people actually pray to, to save them from misfortune, to smite their enemies, and to shower them with blessings, is “government.” It is “government” whose commandments the people most often respect and obey, whenever a conflict arises between “government” and the teachings of the lesser gods – such as “pay your fair share” (taxation) versus “Thou shalt not steal,” or “duty to country” (military service) versus “Thou shalt not murder”– the commands of “government” supersede all the teachings of the other religions.
Politicians, the high priests of the church of “government”– the mouthpieces and representatives of “government,” who deliver the sacred “law” from on high – even openly declare that it is permissible for the people to practice whatever religion they wish, as long as they do not run afoul of the supreme religion by disobeying “the law”– meaning the dictates of the god called “government.”
Perhaps most telling is that if you suggest to the average person that maybe God does not exist, he will likely respond with less emotion and hostility than if you bring up the idea of life without “government.” This indicates which religion people are more deeply emotionally attached to, and which religion they actually believe in more firmly. In fact, they believe so deeply in “government” that they do not even recognize it as being a belief at all.
The reason so many people respond to the idea of a stateless society (”anarchy”) with insults, apocalyptic predictions and emotional tantrums, rather than with calm reasoning, is because their belief in “government” is not the result of careful, rational consideration of evidence and logic. It is, in every way, a religious faith, believed only because of prolonged indoctrination. And there is almost nothing which stateworshipers find more existentially terrifying than contemplating the possibility that “government” – their savior and protector, teacher and master – does not actually exist, and never did.
The last book of the Jew Bible is The Revelation – a strange and depressing convoluted text written by none other than Jesus Christ. You’d think this supposed Jesus God could have been a little more clear, or maybe the angels that delivered the message to the writer Saint John the Divine were drunk.
Revelation stands out as one of the most terrible prophecies of our future – angels pouring out vials of bad stuff and bazillions of humans being killed by terrible means. It doesn’t sound like good news coming from a savior god to me. Joseph Atwill and other scholars have determined the real author - the Roman patriarch.
Christians assure me we are in end times – even though scholars tell us that Revelations was crypted text written near the end of the first century A.D. around the year 96 CE. – after the sacking of Jerusalem, after Josephus penned the first Gospels, after the establishment of the imperial Flavian cult. It isn’t written by God, it is written by a men describing the first century imperial rule – it is not prophecy at all, it is history written in code.
PBS has an excellent webpage on this, Understanding the Book of Revelation:
“The key to understanding the situation is in the vibrant symbolic language that is so typical of ancient apocalyptic writings. The author viewed the religious and political force of Roman rule as a threat. It is now thought that this arose in Ephesus after the year 89 CE when Domitian instituted a new imperial cult sanctuary dedicated to his family, the Flavian dynasty. It had included his father, Vespasian, who as Roman general led the war against the Jews from 66-69. When the Emperor Nero was killed, Vespasian was summoned from Judea to Rome to become the new Emperor. Vespasian then appointed his elder son, Titus, as the commander of the legions in Judea. It was Titus who led the siege and destruction of Jerusalem in 70 CE. When Vespasian died in 79 CE, Titus became the next Emperor. Titus, however, died just two years later in 81, and this left the empire to Vespasian’s younger son, Domitian. Domitian was known as a strong-willed emperor who tolerated no disagreement with his policies. Nonetheless, there is no clear indication that he consciously tried to persecute Christians for their faith.
For this reason, most scholars now think that the issue revolved around the inauguration of the Flavian imperial cult in Ephesus. The imperial cult was a way of showing loyalty and honor to the Emperor, and was viewed as a public duty of all citizens in a city like Ephesus. Our clearest indication of how this is reflected in Revelation is seen in the description of the two “beasts” from Rev. 13. The first is called “the beast from the sea” who is given his power by Satan himself. He is described as having “seven heads and ten horns,” and people worshipped him (Rev. 13.1-4). Then there is a second, “the beast from the land” who makes every everyone worship the first beast and its “image” (Rev. 13.11-18). The “image” (13.14-15) and the mysterious number “666” (13.18) refer to statues and coins or inscriptions with the emperor’s image and titles. The “beast from the land” probably referred to either the provincial governor of Asia or to the high priest of the imperial cult, who jointly would have overseen the temple and its festivals in Ephesus at just this time.
That the “beast from the sea” is the Emperor himself is made clear in a later passage in Rev. 17, where the symbolism of the seven heads is spelled out.
9 “This calls for a mind that has wisdom: the seven heads are seven mountains on which the woman is seated; also, they are seven kings, 10 of whom five have fallen, one is living, and the other has not yet come; and when he comes, he must remain only a little while. 11 As for the beast that was and is not, it is an eighth but it belongs to the seven, and it goes to destruction. 12 And the ten horns that you saw are ten kings who have not yet received a kingdom, but they are to receive authority as kings for one hour, together with the beast. 13 These are united in yielding their power and authority to the beast; 14 they will make war on the Lamb, and the Lamb will conquer them… (Rev. 17.9-14).”
Accordingly, the woman sits on the seven-headed beast as a symbol of her “seven hills” — the seven hills of Rome. The woman is the city of Roman, here depicted as the persecutor of Christians. Then it says that the seven heads are also seven kings. And we can read from its cryptic terminology the references to the Emperors of Rome. The “five fallen” refer to the five emperors who have died: Augustus (29 BCE – 14 CE), Tiberius (14-37 CE), Gaius (37-41), Claudius (41-54) and Nero (54-68). “One has a wound” refers to the emperor Nero, who died in 68, but whom contemporary legend had it would return from the dead to continue persecuting the Christians. Thus, the beast has a head that has recovered from a mortal wound. The head “who is” refers to Vespasian (69-79) and the one that is “not yet” refers to Titus(79-81). The head that “was but is not” refers to an eighth emperor, Domitian. From this we can also see that the work looks at this history as if it were being written while Vespasian was still alive, and thus “forecasting” what terrible things would occur under Domitian only a few years later. This technique is common in apocalyptic literature, and Revelation was probably written sometime during the early 90’s, when Domitian was emperor, or perhaps even after the death of Domitian in 96 CE. By portraying the Emperor and his provincial authorities as “beasts” and henchmen of the dragon, Satan, the author was calling on Christians to refuse to take part in the imperial cult, even at the risk of martyrdom.
Revelations is not what you think, it is not our prophecy – it is programming, holy text written by power mad Jews that manifests our future because of widespread belief. Contrary to what the believers think, we humans manifest our thoughts and not the other way around. If you read some ancient curse and then believe it with all your heart and soul – you will manifest that image in your mind. It’s not “god” doing it to you, you are doing it to you because you have the creative power within you – what you think manifests.
The purpose of the Holy Bible is to establish external authority – you are taught God created the world and has dominion over all life – including your life. This God is an angry and jealous God, and he will be very angry with you if you disobey HIS commandments. You are taught to obey this God, this supreme authority, which God manifests his rule as the state.
If you are and atheist, skeptical, or have and high IQ, or maybe you are a truth seeker you might raise an eyebrow or two and see the truth of what is being asserted by Bible text in real life (outside of the myth memes) is the authority of the state and it is the state that judges via the courts if you disobey. A skeptic sees the holy book as a way the state gets voluntary compliance from the subjects. The Bible for all intensive purposes is a slave manual.
You might even be bright enough to realize that no one knows what happens when we die – and that all religions that assert that they know are making an unsubstantiated claims to get power over the individual through fear of death. You might see that the human fearful emotion concerning death is a tool the authority uses to get control. God, to an intellectual, is a tool of the state to get voluntary compliance from the citizenry.
When religion matured it beget the state – state worship became normalized without the need of the holy text. The state, now fully in power over religion, discarded the religious authority. This is the prophecized beast - state power cut from any church morality. There really is no difference between church and state, they are both fictions created by the idea that some have a right to rule over others based on divine law.
In some nations, religion was outlawed, only state worship allowed. The supreme leader is then cast as the god, Mao is often painted as the sun king, the sun-god. Christian decry this blatant man worship as God. But the New Testament is the exact same thing, the Imperial Roman cult wrote it specifically that way, but in code. The Caesar Titus was written cryptically as Jesus so says Joseph Atwill, in ‘Caesar’s Messiah’ . He details how Christians were tricked to worship the Caesar as God, Jesus’s three-year ministry is actually the Roman military campaign in Judea.
We are now at the end of history, we are in the Apocalypse, that time period where state power runs unchecked from any moral guidance. Governments do whatever the hell they want to do, they have total power and even if they are found out no one can stop them. Does the government really care if you learn the truth about 911? What are you going to do about it? Jews own the media, the courts, the legislature, the selected Prez, so what are you going to do about government corruption?
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