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Here is What I Believe, In Case the Reader is Confused

July 25, 2018

In more than one previous post, I called out the various religions, including Christianity. Since I have “identified” as Christian, that could lead to confusion for the reader. But to say I am a true believer in Jesus Christ would be more accurate. My blogger blog site that I can no longer access and post to (thanks to Google’s reworking of their platform and password usage–they will no longer accept the password I was using, and instead takes me to a completely different page) is called ‘christnotreligion.blogspot.com’ for a reason–I do not “do” religion. All religion is, is man-made doctrine, and all religion has done is make things worse, not better–and anyone in authority who tries to make religion make the world a better place is assassinated for it (just ask Pope John Paul I, who was murdered in the Vatican only about a month after he was elected pope, by a cabal of Vatican evil-doers in service to the oligarch bankers, various secret societies, criminals, and corrupt politicians.).

Here are other ways the various religions have made the world worse, then and now:

  1. Christianity–Christian vs. Christian in all sorts of wars, the Thirty Years War being the most notable, but also, the Catholic vs. Protestant nonsense in Northern Ireland, and the schism of the 300s and 400s between Catholics and the Orthodox groups of the Middle East (Holy Roman Empire vs. Byzantine Empire, for one). And then you have Christian colonials killing natives if they don’t ‘convert’ (folks, forced conversion is NOT CONVERSION, and only makes the religious doctrines even more opposed to the Word of Christ.  Christ said make disciples of all nations, not make phony disciples who are ‘disciples’ so they won’t be killed by the ‘converters.’ And, did Protestantism actually make Christianity that much better? Not when the rulers of these Protestant nations fought against their fellows, and not when the agents of rulers slaughtered ‘pagan’ ‘Indian’ tribes, murdered their food sources (such as mass buffalo die-offs…right–kill millions of God’s creatures for no reason and leave their rotting corpses!) And adopt pagan rituals to get the pagans into the religion…that is, paganize the Word of Christ. That’ll make the world better!
  2. Islam–as with Christianity you have Muslim vs. Muslim, because the Sunnis think the Shiites got it wrong while the Shiites think the Sunnis got it wrong–all over worshiping a rock they call ‘Allah.’ Right. Saudi Arabia (with US and Israel help) wants to destroy Iran because they are Shiite. And the Shiites are no better–remember around the time of the Gulf War the Iraqi Shiites applauded the US burying of thousands of Iraqi soldiers in pits, alive? And wanted US help in deposing Saddam and the Sunni government? Help which never came, of course.  And do I even have to mention their treatment of women? And then you have the division of India into India and West and East Pakistan (the latter which is now Bangladesh) all because starting with Gandhi vs. Jiddah, Hindus could not learn to get along with Muslims. And speaking of Hinduism…
  3. Hinduism–There are a lot of different religions in India besides Hinduism and Islam and even Buddhism. Sihkism began in the 1500s in the Punjab Region in north India extending into Pakistan, and is similar to Hinduism except they only believe in one god, not several. Jainism is another one but I don’t know much about it, and there are others as well, including a sect of Hinduism that the Brits supposedly wiped out in the 1840s called the Thugee Cult which worshiped the Hindu god Kali, a god if death and destruction (kinda like the yin to Shiva’s yang). So why all these different groups? Because Hinduism, with all their various gods, is confusing and (IMHO at least) unsanitary…in a TV show once on rats, it showed a Hindu temple filled with rats–do they actually worship rats? And how does their abominable caste system, where “untouchables” are treated like vermin, make India a better place, or anywhere else a better place? All it does is keep parts of India very very poor. But the Muslim areas are no better. Both Hinduism and Islam are completely man-made based on ‘visions’ or whatnot the founders of these religions claimed to have ‘seen.’
  4. Buddhism–This is a religion that is completely and utterly man-made and not even god-based, but based on some ‘enlightenment’ by some guy from India called Buddha (he had another name but I can’t remember…Siddhartha? Bodhi Darma? Can’t remember.) And the only way to reach enlightenment is to become some kind of dalai lama or guru or something, or meditate, or act in a humble manner. Right. Which is why the 19th century Dalai Lama of Tibet massacred serfs who didn’t obey him, or why the government of Myanmar is today genociding the Muslim Rohingya. And other atrocities in the name of ‘enlightenment’!
  5. Judaism–I have already said enough about Talmudic Judaism in a previous post so I’m not going to regurgitate it here. It is anti-Christ, and it is as divisive as any other religion, and maybe even more so, what with Jews thinking they are better than gentiles, or non-Jews. But if Jews were ‘superior,’ they wouldn’t have to genocide Palestinians, now would they?

And then there is atheism. Having once dabbled in atheism, here is why I dropped it–it made no sense with what was going on in my life, which included two instances of what I called ‘divine intervention,’–one, I was almost human trafficked twice but the ‘trafficker’ let me go, twice. On another occasion I was nearly raped, but the guy stopped it before he really got violent; two, one two occasions when I should have died, once in a car accident and once being stuck in an elevator for 18 hours when it could have been 42 hours with no water, food, or toilet facilities (and I had my menstral period besides!)…the two of us were rescued by a janitor, on a Monday morning about 6 am in a community college i Manhattan–ON YOM KIPPUR! No college in NYC is open on Jewish holidays! Plus, no atheist has ever been able to explain to me why or how God does not exist, how somehow random particles created everything through evolution (which is still considered a ‘theory’ as it is treated as ‘law’–while never being able to ‘prove’ it!), which IMHO is a construct created by atheists to ‘prove’ how everything came into existence because, since they don’t believe in God, why should they believe God created everything? When evolutionists finally get their theory straight, from Darwinism to ‘punctuated equilibrium’ to Dawkinsism to whatever, let me know! (Note: I do NOT believe Creation is science, okay? But neither is evolution–they have no empirical proof!)

Another thing I believe in, or, I should say, try to act under and live by, is the Bill of Rights. Just wanted to let everyone know that. I am not political, but neither is the Bill of Rights and the common law (or natural law) that it stems from. It just might be the only ‘political’ (in a manner of speaking, since it is part of the Declaration of Independence in theory anyway) document that I do act under (but who is to say there is not a spiritual aspect to it as well). Here is why:

Article 1: Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances. This means, one, anyone can believe whatever one wants and exercise freely, which means no Talmudic Jew can send to trial a believer in Christ, and no Christian can shoot someone because that person is Muslim, and other vital freedoms, and no Christian Zionist can force me to buy Israeli humus or Dead Sea salts or whatever.  It means no SJW can tell me I can’t denounce transgenderism or homosexuality, and no Pentacostal can tell me that someone who is gay or transgender needs to be given thirty lashes and expect me to support this. It means I can post whatever on my blogs that I feel is truthful or must be truthful, and no Christian snark can tell me that they won’t buy my books because my characters cuss, and expect me to feel guilty over it! Like I said in a previous post, I’ve never met a Christian who didn’t cuss! Anyone who refuses to allow anyone to peacefully assemble needs to be called out on this, and, as for petitions to redress grievances, I’d say we are on the verge of that being a waste of time with the Feds. But it works locally, still.

Article 2: A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed.  Not only does this cancel out bogus ‘gun control,’ but it reinforces the notion that everyone, with proper training, not only has the right to bear arms, but likely should. It is a right, not a privilege! (and remember, for those with training and in their right mind if you know what I mean.)

Article 3: No soldier shall, in time of peace be quartered in any house, without the consent of the owner, nor in time of war, but in a manner to be prescribed by law. Now who would want a soldier in their house as a soldier, war or not war? And I suppose this can now be applied to cops and other ‘law’ enforcers. Folks, during the 1997 Republic of Texas standoff, similar to Waco, Ruby Ridge and other events that never would happened had the US gov. been following the Bill of Rights, there were homes out here in my neck of the woods that were occupied by, among others, Texas Rangers. Without consent, of course, and, in some cases, the ‘soldiers’ forced the residents to lever their homes and the POA it happened in–on lockdown for almost a week. To heck with their dogs, horses, and other livestock!

Article 4: The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized. I don’t know a Bill of Rights article that has been violated by the thugs running the US govt. more than this one. ANYONE who thinks this article is old fashioned or outdated or needs to be violated on a minute-by-minute basis…well, I know a place that you might like to live in instead: North Korea, People’s Republic of China, the new-school ANC-run South Africa (if you are white), Saudi Arabia (if you are female or lesbian or tranny or not male) or Israel (if you are not Jewish)–pick one! How can one NOT support Article 4? Doncha just love being groped by TSA? Coming to a bus station near you.

Article 5: No person shall be held to answer for a capital, or otherwise infamous crime, unless on a presentment or indictment of a grand jury, except in cases arising in the land or naval forces, or in the militia, when in actual service in time of war or public danger; nor shall any person be subject for the same offense to be twice put in jeopardy of life or limb; nor shall be compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself, nor be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor shall private property be taken for public use, without just compensation. Since I was actually violated by the refusal of the local JP to follow Article 5 over a “traffic ticket” that I tried to claim was in violation of the law (the right to travel vs. the ‘privilege to drive’ crap!) and went to jail while I was nursing my eight-month-old daughter–and again the following year for ‘failure to appear’ at this bogus trial by non-jury, I’d say that I definitely support Article 5! And then you have the bogus crap called ’eminent domain’ that worked in New London, CT where many lost their homes to a company that still has not done anything with the property they stole, and that fact that only in Texas (if you aren’t part of an HOA, POA, or other bogus property taxing ‘authority’, that is) can you get actual ownership of your land through allodial title. We tried, but being in a POA, we couldn’t get one. Neither can the local ranchers, who still must pay property tax! (Most of far west Texas either is ‘owned’ by railroads or oil companies.)

Article 6: In all criminal prosecutions, the accused shall enjoy the right to a speedy and public trial, by an impartial jury of the state and district wherein the crime shall have been committed, which district shall have been previously ascertained by law, and to be informed of the nature and cause of the accusation; to be confronted with the witnesses against him; to have compulsory process for obtaining witnesses in his favor, and to have the assistance of counsel for his defense. See above, where–since the JP and the rest of the local judges and whatnot have no clue about the Bill of Rights–they couldn’t explain to me the ‘nature and cause of the accusation’ if it hit them in the face, I had to go to jail for no reason other than I was claiming my right to travel! I basically defended myself (and my ‘buddy,’ future ‘Republic of Texas’ leader Rick McLaren, who promised to help me, didn’t do squat!). No way could I afford a lawyer or be able to bribe the judge. I don’t do affluenza!

Article 7: In suits at common law, where the value in controversy shall exceed twenty dollars, the right of trial by jury shall be preserved, and no fact tried by a jury, shall be otherwise reexamined in any court of the United States, than according to the rules of the common law.  Too bad the folks running ‘the law’ have no clue about Common Law. And where would you find a fine that did NOT exceed twenty dollars nowadays?

Article 8: Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed, nor cruel and unusual punishments inflicted. All that exists now is excessive bail, excessive fines, and cruel and unusual punishment. But if they can do that in Israel…

Article 9: The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people. This article is definitely under-rated, as now all we ever hear or see is ‘disparaging other people’ and ‘denial’ of other people’s rights because these other people are not like we are, and, in its own way, dispels the notion that slavery/indentured servitude/sharecropping etc. is ‘legal.’ I cannot think of a better way to disparage someone than to force them to work for nothing (slavery) or to force them to work to death (indenture). If I’m getting the notion of being ‘retained’ by the people correct. Doesn’t getting a ‘retainer’ imply being paid?

Article 10:  The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the states, are reserved to the states respectively, or to the people. Acting as though I live under the Bill of Rights is NOT not delegated to the US by the Constitution, and is not prohibited by the states, therefore, I am not only allowed to act under the Bill of Rights, but I must act under the Bill of Rights! Folks, if you don’t use it, you lose it, right?

And folks, living by the Word of Jesus Christ and living by the Bill of Rights–we are NOT obligated to live by Old Testament Judaic ‘law’ folks! And we do NOT need some Christian Reconstructionist ‘religious’ group cult to ‘establish’ a theocracy here which will take away as much if not more of our natural rights as the present criminal govt. had–and I will NOT wear dresses and skirts down to my ankles in 100 degree temps, I will NOT wear my hair like a Mennonite does or ‘spare the rod and beat the child’ like supposedly the book of Proverbs says (it doesn’t say that, but most think it does)–by spiritually following the Word of Christ and physically (in this world) following the Bill of Rights, that is really all we need to be happy and blessed.

We need to be our own leaders, and, having seen what a shyster like Rick McLaren can do to what might seem to be a legitimate movement to restore liberty, I know what I am talking about. It starts with each one of us. We do NOT want a ‘meet the new boss, same as the old boss’ scenario!

Note: the Bill of Rights can be found on the only truly newsworthy site of the alt-media, From the Trenches World Report.

 

 

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