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This piece is really a revisionist 'woe is me' Jew piece, and lots of false stuff, but there are some interesting truths in it if you know what you're looking for:

http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontl...rait/jews.html

Basically one has to realize that Rome was always dealing with Jews and wars between these religious factions--and that would include Xtian groups who splintered off to 'do their own thing'.

Masda, the Bar Kochba rebellion, and many similar events created a situation where they wanted to combine these religions to get people under control.

Eventually you got 'Judeo-Christianity', a nonsensical term when you know history, and how Jesus not only did not fulfill any Messiah narrative in Daniel or Isaiah, but was likely not a historical person who ever lived. A myth cult, and a Jewish one to boot. Nothing European about it in reality-but was used by the powers that be to create 'order' and make the people more malleable.
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Default Only Guy Who Used the Term Judeo-Xtian Correctly was Neitzsche

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Judeo-...ry_of_the_term

"..History of the term:

The term is used, as "Judæo Christian", at least as far back as in a letter from Alexander M'Caul dated October 17, 1821.[4] The term in this case referred to Jewish converts to Christianity.[5] The term is used similarly by Joseph Wolff in 1829, referring to a style of church that would keep with some Jewish traditions in order to convert Jews.[6]

Use of the German term Judenchristlich ("Jewish-Christian"), in a decidedly negative sense, can be found in the late writings of Friedrich Nietzsche, who emphasized what he saw as neglected aspects of continuity between the Jewish world view and that of Christianity. The expression appears in The Antichrist, published in 1895 and written several years earlier; a fuller development of Nietzsche's argument can be found in a prior work, On the Genealogy of Morality..."

Neitzsche was an Atheist, so this is a bit of a revision as well--he was indicating that true morality not connected to the religion itself, but that people (Whites) put it there--that's why the two modes of thinking (Jew vs. Xtian Whites) are in many way vastly different. Throughout 'The Antichrist' he talks about how he despises 'pity' religions, and that if you can't read it without daring to ask questions about 'the forbidden' topics, then you shouldn't be reading it.

Depending on the translation, the title of the book can be said to be 'The Anti-Christian' rather than 'The Antichrist', the former certainly puts a specific connotation in mind.
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No Moses on Mt. Sinai.

There were 42 Commandments in Egypt. They had a legal concept called 'Maat', explained on Wiki:

"..“Maat,*Ma’at,*Ma?t or*Mayet, thought to have been pronounced *[mu?.?at],[1] was the*Ancient Egyptian concept of*truth, balance, order,*law,*morality, and*justice. Maat was also personified as a*goddess regulating the stars, seasons, and the actions of both mortals and the deities, who set the order of the universe from*chaos at the moment of creation..”

So when someone tells you America is a 'Judeo-Xtian' Nation and our values are based on the 'Judeo-Xtian' principles of the 10 Commandments, give 'em this link to the original 42, from whence the 10 were selected:

http://iamspirituality.com/42-ancien...-commandments/

Here are the 42:

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I. Thou shalt not kill, nor bid anyone kill.
II. Thou shalt not commit adultery or rape.
III. Thou shalt not avenge thyself nor burn with rage.
IV. Thou shalt not cause terror.
V. Thou shalt not assault anyone nor cause anyone pain.
VI. Thou shalt not cause misery.
VII. Thou shalt not do any harm to man or to animals.
VIII. Thou shalt not cause the shedding of tears.
IX. Thou shalt not wrong the people nor bear them any evil intent.
X. Thou shalt not steal nor take that which does not belong to you.
XI. Thou shalt not take more than thy fair share of food.
XII. Thou shalt not damage the crops, the fields, or the trees.
XIII. Thou shalt not deprive anyone of what is rightfully theirs.
XIV. Thou shalt not bear false witness, nor support false allegations.
XV. Thou shalt not lie, nor speak falsely to the hurt of another.
XVI. Thou shalt not use fiery words nor stir up any strife.
XVII. Thou shalt not speak or act deceitfully to the hurt of another.
XVIII. Thou shalt not speak scornfully against others.
XIX. Thou shalt not eavesdrop.
XX. Thou shalt not ignore the truth or words of righteousness.
XXI. Thou shalt not judge anyone hastily or harshly.
XXII. Thou shalt not disrespect sacred places.
XXIII. Thou shalt cause no wrong to be done to any workers or prisoners.
XXIV. Thou shalt not be angry without good reason.
XXV. Thou shalt not hinder the flow of running water.
XXVI. Thou shalt not waste the running water.
XXVII. Thou shalt not pollute the water or the land.
XXVIII. Thou shalt not take God’s name in vain.
XXIX. Thou shalt not despise nor anger God.
XXX. Thou shalt not steal from God.
XXXI. Thou shalt not give excessive offerings nor less than what is due.
XXXII. Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor’s goods.
XXXIII. Thou shalt not steal from nor disrespect the dead.
XXXIV. Thou shalt remember and observe the appointed holy days.
XXXV. Thou shalt not hold back the offerings due God.
XXXVI. Thou shalt not interfere with sacred rites.
XXXVII. Thou shalt not slaughter with evil intent any sacred animals.
XXXVIII. Thou shalt not act with guile or insolence.
XXXIX. Thou shalt not be unduly proud nor act with arrogance.
XL.Thou shalt not magnify your condition beyond what is appropriate.
XLI. Thou shalt do no less than your daily obligations require.
XLII. Thou shalt obey the law and commit no treason.."

^^You can see which ones they kept and which were discarded.

There is also a historicity project going on right now re Moses as a non-entity.

If you ever thought the 'babe floating down the river who became King' seemed far-fetched an not believable, it may become real easy to prove that is the case with a peer-reviewed thesis soon.
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Old August 27th, 2017 #1144
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Liberalism begins with equality of souls before god - christian nostrum. It turns into social and political equality over time (democracy, socialism, etc)
I believe it started as equality before the law and metastasized into equality of people. There never was and will never be equality before the law, the rich and famous will always get a pass.
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http://www.politico.com/story/2017/0...mp-daca-242430

Bannon breaks with Trump on DACA: Conservatives 'are not happy with this'

By LOUIS NELSON 09/07/2017

Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon said he doesn't agree with President Donald Trump's decision to end the DACA program and blasted the Catholic Church's support for undocumented immigrants because “they need illegal aliens to fill the churches.”

“The Catholic Church has been terrible about this. The bishops have been terrible about this. By the way, you know why. You know why. Because [they’re] unable to really — to come to grips with the problems in the church, they need illegal aliens,” Bannon told CBS’ Charlie Rose in an interview, excerpts of which were broadcast Thursday on “CBS This Morning.” “They need illegal aliens to fill the churches. It's obvious on the face of it. … They have an economic interest. They have an economic interest in unlimited immigration, unlimited illegal immigration.”
 
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Bannon breaks with Trump on DACA: Conservatives 'are not happy with this'

By LOUIS NELSON 09/07/2017

Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon said he doesn't agree with President Donald Trump's decision to end the DACA program and blasted the Catholic Church's support for undocumented immigrants because “they need illegal aliens to fill the churches.”

“The Catholic Church has been terrible about this. The bishops have been terrible about this. By the way, you know why. You know why. Because [they’re] unable to really — to come to grips with the problems in the church, they need illegal aliens,” Bannon told CBS’ Charlie Rose in an interview, excerpts of which were broadcast Thursday on “CBS This Morning.” “They need illegal aliens to fill the churches. It's obvious on the face of it. … They have an economic interest. They have an economic interest in unlimited immigration, unlimited illegal immigration.”
Bannon says he's against the DACA repeal, then he correctly says those on the "far right" (Whites) aren't happy with Drumpf tweeting about "revisiting" it & calling for CONgress to amnesty the mexcrement.....
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The Ten Commandments from Exodus chapter 20 (called The Decalogue in certain Christian churches) are very good statements for even the moral agnostics to follow. One may disagree with those referring to God, and, "Thou shalt not kill" is best translated as, "You shall not commit murder." The "kill" was put in by the King James translators and I won't go into a discussion about that. I took courses in Biblical Hebrew and Biblical Greek in a small Anglican (U. S. branch) seminary for working men which met every weekend for two years. I'm glad I did since I can state some things about Biblical translation with some degree of the languages used.

I'll comment later on "the chosen."

The modern jooz have conflated it over the original statement in Deuteronomy.

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The Ten Commandments from Exodus chapter 20 (called The Decalogue in certain Christian churches) are very good statements for even the moral agnostics to follow. One may disagree with those referring to God, and, "Thou shalt not kill" is best translated as, "You shall not commit murder." The "kill" was put in by the King James translators and I won't go into a discussion about that. I took courses in Biblical Hebrew and Biblical Greek in a small Anglican (U. S. branch) seminary for working men which met every weekend for two years. I'm glad I did since I can state some things about Biblical translation with some degree of the languages used.

I'll comment later on "the chosen."

The modern jooz have conflated it over the original statement in Deuteronomy.

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I feel bad when I tell Christians who are nice the troof, lol.

Many historians agree that Moses did not write any part of the Pentateuch, if he existed in the first place. This was proven as far back as early 19th century. The morality you speak of in Exodus, and the chosen of Deuteronomy, are authored by several cut-and-pasted authors.

One of the many authors is from the 9th century B.C. The Pentateuch (Gen. Ex. Lev. Num. Deut.) contained a sixth excluded book, should've called it the Hextateuch.

"..The theory, then, if true, robs the first six books of the Bible of authenticity, and puts their several authors on a lower level than that of ancient heathen historians by separating them many centuries further from the events which they pretend to record.."

http://www.dabar.org/Critical/McGarvey-Dt-3.htm

These ancient wisdoms come from Indo-Aryans and Egypt (which we know was inhabited by people with a great deal, at the least, of Aryan DNA).

The Council of Nicea wanted to create a religion that would make the pagans happy, the Jews happy, and all the competing Jesus cults happy. One big happy fambly.

I'm curious how Christians can believe Jesus is someone known by Matt, Mark, Luke, John when we know the true origins of these documents, and that they wrote of Jesus as someone whom they never met.

If one studies ancient docs they know this is the case. It's unjustifiable belief in the face of evidence.
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Bannon says he's against the DACA repeal, then he correctly says those on the "far right" (Whites) aren't happy with Drumpf tweeting about "revisiting" it & calling for CONgress to amnesty the mexcrement.....
"Far right" is normal whites. White Nationalist views on immigration etc are mainstream. (((Media))) views are extremist. Bannon should know this and choose his terms accordingly.
 
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I feel bad when I tell Christians who are nice the troof, lol.

Many historians agree that Moses did not write any part of the Pentateuch, if he existed in the first place. This was proven as far back as early 19th century. The morality you speak of in Exodus, and the chosen of Deuteronomy, are authored by several cut-and-pasted authors.

One of the many authors is from the 9th century B.C. The Pentateuch (Gen. Ex. Lev. Num. Deut.) contained a sixth excluded book, should've called it the Hextateuch.

"..The theory, then, if true, robs the first six books of the Bible of authenticity, and puts their several authors on a lower level than that of ancient heathen historians by separating them many centuries further from the events which they pretend to record.."

http://www.dabar.org/Critical/McGarvey-Dt-3.htm

These ancient wisdoms come from Indo-Aryans and Egypt (which we know was inhabited by people with a great deal, at the least, of Aryan DNA).

The Council of Nicea wanted to create a religion that would make the pagans happy, the Jews happy, and all the competing Jesus cults happy. One big happy fambly.

I'm curious how Christians can believe Jesus is someone known by Matt, Mark, Luke, John when we know the true origins of these documents, and that they wrote of Jesus as someone whom they never met.

If one studies ancient docs they know this is the case. It's unjustifiable belief in the face of evidence.
Hi Emily. One of the benefits of a seminary education was that we studied about "quelle" (source) and Formgeschichte (form criticism).

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Form_criticism

Even the stalwart British educated theologians in my small seminary said that the book of Isiah may have had three authors and the mention of Cyrus could have been written after the fact.

The "quelle" is discussed in the link below:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Q_source

I believe in Jesus as my personal savior. And, you know I'm an "old line Christian." I'd be handy in a SHTF scenario (which I hope doesn't come) since I can fire three inch groups at 100 yards with no scope and the same at 500 yards with a scope.

I'm not one who says all men are my brothers and all women are my sisters.

I do say that All White Men And All White Women are my Brothers And Sisters In Our White Race, atheists and agnostics and White folk religion followers, etc., are in that set.

Izntreal is not a "country" I like. Far from it.

And, the jooz are just as slimy as they could be.

I like the interaction with Christians like those of the "Deep South," and there are lots of them who think like me.

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Hi Emily. One of the benefits of a seminary education was that we studied about "quelle" (source) and Formgeschichte (form criticism).

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Form_criticism

Even the stalwart British educated theologians in my small seminary said that the book of Isiah may have had three authors and the mention of Cyrus could have been written after the fact.

The "quelle" is discussed in the link below:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Q_source
Richard Carrier discusses Isaiah extensively. He also discusses Acts, here is a great vid on the fraud of the book of Acts:


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I believe in Jesus as my personal savior. And, you know I'm an "old line Christian." I'd be handy in a SHTF scenario (which I hope doesn't come) since I can fire three inch groups at 100 yards with no scope and the same at 500 yards with a scope.
Great on the shootin', but the one skill has nothing to do with the other, lol.

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Yes, me neither.

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I do say that All White Men And All White Women are my Brothers And Sisters In Our White Race, atheists and agnostics and White folk religion followers, etc., are in that set.

Izntreal is not a "country" I like. Far from it.

And, the jooz are just as slimy as they could be.
Their cult gave you your faith. Not sure how far to go here, but the info already in the thread would take time to be disputed/debated should one want to do so.

For instance, you cite the probs with Isaiah, but don't state why Jesus is your savior, and why the true origins and verbiage in the Gospels don't rid you of said faith.

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Well, not so much, Erik, at least not in my experience--but I was in a megadome area.

It wouldn't matter how nicely the more educated Christians could interact if their narrative is false, and bad for Whites.

As a Doctor, you have to know the errors of Genesis--you know about life and bacteria and prob had to take earth science and learn that creation was not placed here in a 'fixed' fashion.

Would like to hear the defense for all the errors, and most especially the Gospels, where Jesus goes from someone they never met to someone they knew...and all that danged forgery.

I get the Jesus thing, I used to think anyone who didn't like Jesus needed to be walked away from real quickly.

But I was a kid and knew nothing. Was taught none of this re science--now I know why my Seminary educated educators focused on exoskeletons of bugs to the exclusion of nearly everything else. They didn't want to get into the first five extinctions and tell us on which occasion Adam and Eve appeared.

The entire way they hold people with intelligence is 'feeling' based. Fear of not having something/losing something that is a big comfort.

And people who are Christians make life better for each other, they network and teamwork--to declare yourself out of the tribe means you lose those goodies.
A livelihood is what would be compromised in many instances, and that's a pretty big goodie.
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Great on the shootin', but the one skill has nothing to do with the other, lol.

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Well, they do in a sense.

I don't think you'd feel too safe if you had an "all men and women are my brothers and sisters" Joel Osteen "Xtian" if you were in a SHTF scenario.

I'm in FL with hurricane Irma coming directly my way, and we are in for some shit from the weather. The MSM is talking a lot about tempers beginning to flare at gas pumps, home supply stores, etc.

I'm sure the National Guard, all the LEO we have around here, etc., will keep order after the storm. However, in the 120 mile per hour winds forecast at where we reside, we'll be on our own, possibly for 24 or more hours.

My wife wondered where I was for a few minutes tonight. I was loading extra cartridges for my weapons. IF hostile people come our way, we won't be surrendering our food, etc., much less our physical well-being.

I've gotten flak for owning firearms as a practicing physician and even now that I'm retired. Like I've said previously, sermons were preached on Bibles, Brownings, and Bullets, the "3Bs" of Southern Christianity.

I'll address your other points soon: however, I'm making the final touches on readiness for the cat 4 or 5 storm approaching. I know we'll have a polite discussion.

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The significant growth of Christianity's in non-Western countries, led to regional distribution changes of Christians.[71] In 1900, Europe and the Americas were home to the vast majority of the world’s Christians (93%). Besides, Christianity has grown enormously in Sub-Saharan Africa, Asia and Pacific.[71] In 2010, 26% of the world’s Christians lived in Europe, followed by 24.4% in Latin America and the Caribbean, 23.8% in Sub-Saharan Africa, 13.2% in Asia and the Pacific, 12.3% in North America, and 1% in the Middle East and North Africa.[83] The study also suggested that by 2050, the global Christian population will change considerably. By 2050, 38% of the world’s Christians will live in the Sub-Saharan Africa, followed by 23% in Latin America and the Caribbean, 16% in Europe, 13% in Asia and the Pacific and 10% of the world’s Christians will live in North America .[84]
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Pope Francis: prioritise migrants' dignity over national security

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His intention is to lay the ground for the drafting of two global compacts on refugees and migration, which are expected to be adopted at the UN general assembly in September 2018.

The roadmap was published on Monday by the Vatican’s migrants and refugees section, which was set up by Francis last year and operates under his direction. The action points were personally approved by the pontiff.

In a message issued before publication, Francis said he had “repeatedly expressed my particular concern for the lamentable situation of many migrants and refugees fleeing from war, persecution, natural disasters and poverty”. The situation was “undoubtedly a ‘sign of the times’,” he said.

The document, Responding to Refugees and Migrants: Twenty Action Points, says the world is facing “the largest movement of displaced people in recent memory”.

It says: “While massive numbers of people have been forced to leave their homes due to persecution, violence, natural disasters and the scourge of poverty, migration should nevertheless be recognised, not as a new phenomenon, but rather as a natural human response to crisis and a testament to the innate desire of every human being for happiness and a better life.

“This reality, with its important cultural and spiritual dimensions, is having a significant impact on attitudes and reactions all over the world.”

The document’s 20 points are grouped in four calls to action: to welcome, to protect, to promote and to integrate. Their “ultimate goal is the building of an inclusive and sustainable common home for all”.

Before detailing the action plan, the authors suggest that distinguishing between migrants and refugees, as the UN does in its separate compacts, is problematic.

“Empirical evidence shows that migration is more and more mixed. This makes it difficult to maintain a clear-cut distinction between migrants and refugees. Often their needs are very similar if not identical,” the document says.

Among its action points are the creation of legal pathways for safe and voluntary migration and resettlement, and a ban on arbitrary and collective expulsions. It suggests states make wider use of humanitarian, student and family reunification visas.

The document says greater support should be available for countries that have borne the brunt of migration: more than half the world’s displaced people are in Africa and the Middle East, with 17% in Europe, according to the UN.

In his message, Francis said personal safety and dignity should be prioritised over national security and, “for the sake of the fundamental dignity of every human person, we must strive to find alternative solutions to detention for those who enter a country without authorisation”.

Francis has indicated that migration should be a major Vatican focus in the run-up to the 2018 UN general assembly. He has made the issue central to his papacy since visiting the Mediterranean island of Lampedusa, where thousands of migrants have landed, within weeks of his election. He has also housed several Syrian refugee families in the Vatican.

Graham Gordon, of the Catholic aid agency Cafod, said: “The Holy Father is making clear that all countries must step up to the plate and pull their weight.

“This is one of the greatest crises of the century so far. Not for the first time, the pope is reminding politicians that history will judge whether they rise to the challenge or abdicate their responsibility.”

Matteo Salvini, the leader of Italy’s anti-immigrant Northern League party, wrote on Facebook: “If you want to do it in the Vatican, go ahead. But as a Catholic, I don’t think Italy can welcome and support the whole world.”
https://www.theguardian.com/world/20...ional-security
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"The Holy Father".....the god damned filthy race traitor scum of the earth.....
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"The Holy Father".....the god damned filthy race traitor scum of the earth.....
This popo paco is a SON OF A BITCH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I'm a Christian: however, don't equate me with izrahell lovers or the Joel Osteen type. IMHO the "megachurch" crowd are the types to give their last dollar to save a nigglet in affreeka if an Osteen type told them to do it!!!! And, include John Craphead Hategee in with the other shills making shekels from izrahell!!!!

Mine is the "old Deep South" Christianity of picnics, White congregations, lots of meals the Baptist preachers still call "the gospel bird," which is fried chicken, , good buddies who hunt with preachers and the preachers owned their own collection of firearms, etc. The "3Bs" of Bibles, Brownings, and Bullets were often preached from the pulpit.

Believe me when I say this Christian lives in a White city in a White county in FL. However, I carry a little toy in case "tourists" decide to try to do grave harm to me or my wife. And, I've pulled one, locked and loaded....the niggers who tried to attack me and my wife...a few sets of different chimps...didn't plan on a 67+ year old guy coming out of the driver's seat of my car with a Colt 1911 model .45 ACP, and I made sure they heard me chamber the first round...they probably shit all over themselves running away.

I own several legal firearms and have a CCW permit.

This Christian will defend himself, his wife, his family and friends, and his White Brothers And Sisters In Our Race to my death if TSHTF. I hope it won't happen anytime soon, but I practice a LOT at any one of several licensed, legal, and public firearms ranges near where I reside.

And, I don't miss my targets.

Ever.

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"Religion teaches the dangerous nonsense that death is not the end."--Richard Dawkins

"I'm not scared of dying, because I'm an atheist. I won't even know I'm dead. You know why? Because I'll be fucking dead."--Jim Jeffries

"True morality is doing what's right without the threat of divine retribution, nor the possibility of 'divine reward'."--Arthur Palideau

"It is a strange myth that atheists have nothing to live for. It's the opposite. We have nothing to die for. We have everything to live for.--Ricky Gervais

Teaching people to have a throw-away attitude regarding the present, and apply purpose and meaning to being dead...that is extremely anti-White.

Noticed no touch on the Gospels question-Matt, Mark, Luke, John all spoke of Jesus in the 'Never met him' vernacular. That is fact, proven by historians. Luke is a straight up forgery.

Daniel was deliberately translated incorrectly, the meaning of what is 'annointed' being changed to fit Jebus.

These facts are where supporters of Christ pull out of the convo, and focus on their 'feelings'. How 'good' and 'loving' they are. But can't deal in facts vs. fiction, because then the answer becomes painfully (for them painful) obvious.

But best of luck re the hurricane, of course. Looks like it missed some of the areas believed at first to be about to sustain a direct hit.

Good on medical people, architects who build sound structures, and meteorologists who warn people of what's happening.

Cuz Jesus doesn't do shit.
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Old September 18th, 2017 #1157
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Default What was Constantine the Great Thinking? (In contrast to Emperor Julian aka Julian the Apostate?)

I sometimes think about what Emperor Constantine was thinking when he decided to adopt Christianity, in contrast to remaining with the Roman polytheism.

I've created this prose expressing Constantine's hypothetical thoughts on the matter lol:

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Originally Posted by Emperor Constantine, Hypothetically

Uprising after uprising through each nation's nationalist religion.
It comes at us over and over again.

And my how they hate me, how they hate us, and hate our version of the same/similar religion with different silly gods and stupid stories.

Oh gosh how I'm sick of being at the head of our own religion.
And oh gosh how I'm sick of every nation hating us so much and every nation hating me and everyone wanting me dead.
All those other nations in our empire... & how they hate us/me.

Woe-is me. Woe is the day.

Aaahhh ... wouldn't it be nice to stop all this nonsense. At least, stop this madness and start a new one. A fresh start is what we need. A new madness will begin, but alas, I and we will hopefully be less involved, thank God.

[Enter a new faith (which we could use today similarly, but back then) - Constantine goes on:]

These Jews have quite the book... and this other book we made for them, is quite the masterpiece.

Unfortunate that the majority of them didn't take to it.

AAAaaahhhhh But what's this? Others who aren't even from that area are taking it up.

Shocking that anyone would relish a folklore from an area of the world that isn't even their own. They must be tired of the old stuff too, and this other area of the world they've never visited, certainly sounds like a fantastical place here on earth (instead of a netherworld, which is the setting most of our stories are based upon).

The Jews certainly had a superior strategy for a religion.

I wonder if all those nations could/will take it up (with a bit of persuasion)?

Yes, the derivative Christ-insanity for all. What an idea. We created it. Hopefully they will all take it.

Give unto Caesar what is Caesar's, and turn thy cheeks.

And then, we can leverage the Jews such that they can be our new banking system (for loans), and then I'll tax the Jews more, and they can also be my secret service to do my dirty work (while our people will mainly be in the military and be my personal guard) ... they can do my dirty work, mitigate the ferocity of the backlash that will inevitably, nevertheless, come at us, as always.

And everything will be far simpler and better organized.

Amen

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HHhmmmmm ... more on practical considerations from Constantine:

The book (Bible): it satisfies the concept of war and murder so well ... the story of the jews massacring all their enemies lol

God looking out for them, god on their side

They're so mean, the jews ...
Their god is so mean...

It teaches people (or conditions them at least) to get ready for bad times ...

It's so much simpler than all these stupid fucken stories we have in our polytheism.

And then a savior comes, to save us all.

A savior comes to save everyone.

Everyone, even me.

Even me.

Even me.

++++++++++++++++++++++++
The end
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Last thought: I like it. I love it. It will solve everything. - Constantine

(Hypothetical thinkings of the Roman Emperor in 313 AD/CE - Edict of Milan created as a result, legalizing Christianity outside the Near East within the Roman Empire; that same year, Constantine converts). 67 years later, Christianity is declared the official religion of the Roman Empire at the Edict of Thessalonica - thereby clamping down and starting the process of eliminating all the native theologies of Europe.
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Old September 19th, 2017 #1158
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Adam and Eve:
The notion that adam/eve were the beginning is by no uncertain terms a statement that your people don't exist until (((I))) say they exist.
Adam/eve disqualify any notion that anyone existed before them, which directly eliminates your ancestors. How much more predatory does it get than to instill a thought that your ancestors never existed.
 
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Jews sell you a package of: Dehydrated Water..."just add water".
 
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Christianity is for Cucks

https://www.firstthings.com/web-excl...y-is-for-cucks

"He sees that Christianity is not a matter of blood, or of race, or of victory in this world. It requires us to accept defeat in this life so we might enjoy triumph in the next."
 
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