Christian rebels and modern cowards
Barry Bright July 6, 2018
A response to this(Read it first):
Wow. What a can of worms. And the outcome of this discussion could have lasting repercussions still not completely understood millennia from now, kinda like the religion and nation-state(s) it’s about.
To make a long story short religions are usually defined by the culture of the times they’re practiced in. That ‘old time religion’ we’ve heard so much about has died many times and been re-born in another ‘interpretation.’ That’s how it works.
The religion/preachers of the Founders was completely different than that of current amerikan religionists. It was also different from that practiced by the puritans, or Pilgrims, or whatever they called themselves.
Read Bradford’s diary. Most every decision they made was based on their reading of the ancient tribal propaganda and the ‘new testament’ created to sell the story of Jesus and what was probably another attempt to control the population for the profit of the elites. Few modern ‘christians’ can claim this. Our modern churches are full of re-married divorcees, something their master clearly condemned.
I’ve also read it and read about it and was raised rural southern Baptist and was cajoled into “gettin’ saved” at the ripe old age of 8 for fear that I might die and be burned alive in fire forever. Allegedly their master told them to put him before their spouses, children, parents, friends, whatever and their ‘tears will be wiped away’ while they watch their former loved ones being burned alive in fire forever while singing praises to the sadistic bronze age god that’s doing it.
In contrast our Bill of Rights has forbidden ‘cruel and unusual punishment’ for 200 years, and still so many don’t get it. I don’t think they want to. Blind faith, a major foundation stone of tyranny, is always easier than thinking or acting or thinking before one acts.
Our Bill of Rights, which is what makes America exceptional, and probably wouldn’t pass in congress today, is often attacked from the ‘right’ as much or more as from the ‘left.’ Both terms I despise because they were created by our enemies to hide their evil.
I see/hear religionists all the time espousing law that would restrict our natural born rights in various ways. Simple fact. Today’s preachers aren’t even shadows of those brave men who told their congregations to go out and kill their fellow Englishmen/Americans in the name of Liberty.
One cannot even acknowledge publicly that this is what the coming true civil war will entail without being hated from all sides. This I know from years of personal experience.
Modern pastors are mostly cowards and whores to the NWO or now the ‘deep state’ and teach their flocks the modern deception that they will get beamed up before things get too bad or that ‘We win in the end,” with no mention of the hundreds of millions to billions that could be murdered/enslaved in the interim. How pathetic. I cannot respect them.
If the ‘black-robed regiment’ had been teaching the same to their men and women we would still be living on crown land. If southern preachers had been believed by all, the destruction of the Confederacy by the numerically superior union forces, another war for independence and which the union fought to secure its tax base, wouldn’t have resulted in the 13th Amendment which actually freed all the black slaves here.
The Christians of 200-300 years ago certainly wouldn’t have understood or agreed with C.S. Lewis as wouldn’t most modern ‘evangelicals’ most of whom never crack a book that matters after high school.
As pastor Chuck Baldwin has repeatedly reminded church goers for years the modern ‘interpretation’ of Romans 13 and Paul’s commandments to ‘obey the magistrates appointed over you’ and various other verses or miss-interpretations are part of the problem. I think it’s intentional. Our domestic enemies have infiltrated everything else, why not the churches?
I’ll have no problem sharing a firing hole or better a charge with Christian patriots, who in the 90s were a major part of my awakening. But I won’t be lying to myself about the fact that if we replace communism or whatever one wants to call this with some form of theocracy, which I feel is a real danger, we won’t be gaining much.
The churches and the schools have raised generations of children to be children, which is what their government and corporate masters prefer. Suggesting they might have to kill their domestic enemies for their freedom shocks their pathetic cowardly minds in a way that makes them mentally and physically run for cover. I’ve seen it hundreds of times.
Years of trying to pay attention have taught me that both politics and religion are human nature and vice versa. They are in-separately inter-twinned and have been so since the first shaman danced around the fire to ensure a good hunt and thus the survival of his tribe. I often think, not believe, that whatever really ‘made’ us or altered our DNA did so in the quest to keep us enslaved. There are hints of this in the ancient tribal propaganda and in other ancient writings.
Religion has evolved with humanity. To deny this is to continue to lie. The Reformation, basically a European civil war in which millions died was fresh on the minds of the patriots of the 18th century. Not so today. It has been politically corrected into ‘all who know Jesus will get to heaven’ or some such.
It was only 5 decades or so back that the Catholic Church officially changed their doctrine/dogma to say that non-Catholics might get into heaven. A ‘conservative’ or ‘traditionalist‘ segment of their church still disagrees and believes the current pope to be a faker more or less.
Growing up as a protestant in a rural area I was basically told about the folks in the counties north of us: “The Catholics are good people, but more of us will get to heaven than them because we’re right.”
Ignorance is really our greatest enemy, or maybe our greatest friend.
Our system of govt. is the result of the minds of classically educated men who had read about the empires of the past. Our system of law, now a ‘just-us’ system, was a product of English common law and Roman Law. The Ten Commandments and the absurdities of Leviticus were certainly considerations but far from the only influence.
Our first amendment acknowledges our right to question the motives of any individual, group, ethnicity, nation-state, institution and on and on. Try to question certain of those in today’s society and one will instantly be labeled with key terms and phrases designed to control thought, speech and action, from all sides.
The real golden rule is to leave others alone to live as they see fit as long as they’re not harming others or their property, not voting for someone with a gun to shove our version of reality down their throats.
We have such a long way to go.
And always remember, the pen is powerless without enough swords to back it up and of course the willingness to use them, without which they are toys for the range or tools to stock the pantry, as long as one is ‘allowed’ to posses them by whomever used the necessary force to enforce ‘their’ rules.
That’s how it works regardless of which gods one prays to. The Romans didn’t lose their republic because they prayed to the wrong gods, they lost it because their men lost the resolve to keep it. Then their empire later became the ‘Holy Roman Empire’ which ruled a millennium of darkness and committed all the atrocities necessary to maintain its status quo.
For the record we lost our republic in 1865, when a portion of us were told they couldn’t un-volunteer from something they’d volunteered for. Read ‘The Real Lincoln.’ That’s another historical myth to over come on our path to true liberty.
I don’t expect to breathe long enough to see us arrive there.
FK – Freedom of religion necessitates freedom from the religion of the guy down the road who will readily vote to elect someone to hire someone to kill you if you don’t adhere to his version, sub-version or subversion of what reality or ‘god’ is. Simple fact.
Any asshat can decide ‘what god’s law is,’ and claim ‘inspiration.’ Simple fact. Then millions of others proceed to argue and kill each other over it. Sigh.
We are still a very primitive species and we still exist in a very dark age.
My standard answer to such(including the link I provided above):
Religion like democracy is another control device. Be a good slave and you’ll have paradise in the next life. Millions of morons wasting their time here waiting for the world to end while believing ‘it’s all foretold and we can’t do anything about it’ is a major part of the problem and one of the elites’ best tools for control. It was probably designed that way.
Why choose one version of authoritarianism over another?
We can send the sacred, or scared, cows to Australia