Profound Wisdom

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  1. No one in this country can criticize the Jewish/Zionist socio-political union without being ostracized to some degree, whether your criticisms are justified or not.
    The only way this form of social censorship is going to be broken is for enough people to speak loud enough, long enough, and with the force of verifiable information to back them up.
    This means that some of us are going to have to suffer hits.
    You are not the only one who has been black balled. You’re not the first. You won’t be the last.
    The really tragic aspect of this is that much of this flack is coming from “our own” people.
    Unfortunately, the usurpers are taking advantage not only of our ignorance, but of our susceptibility to bribes and coercion.
    When most people see an opportunity to advance themselves, whether it comes in the form of being offered a step up the social ladder, some monetary compensation for being “politically correct”, or simply being spared a few slings and arrows by choosing to “go with the flow”, the majority of them will take what they can get out of situation, even if it means selling out their own race.
    Considering how opportunistic and mercenary some of our own people can be in treating us, (their ‘brothers’), you can hardly blame them.
    Whether a person caves into these pressures depends upon how principled they are and whether they have been injured badly enough by the Kosher Nostra network.
    I’ve been stomped on a few times myself. So there’s no need to feel so all alone.
    I don’t have any problems with “Jews” and blacks or anyone else who is able to treat me with the same respect they demand for themselves.
    Treating other people according to the principles of Christ doesn’t mean you have to endorse their evil side, accepting their abuse, or even allowing them to trespass against you.
    The way I understand it; God loves everyone, but He expects people to receive Him on HIS terms and to live according to His precepts, NOT the doctrines of this world.
    The “multiculturalist” Judaizers use this principle of the universality of GODLY LOVE or ” ‘equality’ in the eyes of God” as a pretext for ramming their Zionist agenda for global dominance down our throats.
    They try to stand on the principle of the universality of “love” while at the same time denying the very being which allows it to exist.
    Otherwise, the only thing they could possibly be promoting as “love” is nothing more than lust and covetousness. That certainly is the way “love” is presented to be if you take your cues from TV, film, and popular entertainment.

  2. No one in this country can criticize the Jewish/Zionist socio-political union without being ostracized to some degree, whether your criticisms are justified or not.
    The only way this form of social censorship is going to be broken is for enough people to speak loud enough, long enough, and with the force of verifiable information to back them up.
    This means that some of us are going to have to suffer hits.
    You are not the only one who has been black balled. You’re not the first. You won’t be the last.
    The really tragic aspect of this is that much of this flack is coming from “our own” people.
    Unfortunately, the usurpers are taking advantage not only of our ignorance, but of our susceptibility to bribes and coercion.
    When most people see an opportunity to advance themselves, whether it comes in the form of being offered a step up the social ladder, some monetary compensation for being “politically correct”, or simply being spared a few slings and arrows by choosing to “go with the flow”, the majority of them will take what they can get out of situation, even if it means selling out their own race.
    Considering how opportunistic and mercenary some of our own people can be in treating us, (their ‘brothers’), you can hardly blame them.
    Whether a person caves into these pressures depends upon how principled they are and whether they have been injured badly enough by the Kosher Nostra network.
    I’ve been stomped on a few times myself. So there’s no need to feel so all alone.
    I don’t have any problems with “Jews” and blacks or anyone else who is able to treat me with the same respect they demand for themselves.
    Treating other people according to the principles of Christ doesn’t mean you have to endorse their evil side, accepting their abuse, or even allowing them to trespass against you.
    The way I understand it; God loves everyone, but He expects people to receive Him on HIS terms and to live according to His precepts, NOT the doctrines of this world.
    The “multiculturalist” Judaizers use this principle of the universality of GODLY LOVE or ” ‘equality’ in the eyes of God” as a pretext for ramming their Zionist agenda for global dominance down our throats.
    They try to stand on the principle of the universality of “love” while at the same time denying the very being which allows it to exist.
    Otherwise, the only thing they could possibly be promoting as “love” is nothing more than lust and covetousness. That certainly is the way “love” is presented to be if you take your cues from TV, film, and popular entertainment.
    I suppose I can be about as “lusty” as the next guy. I’m trying to pretend to be above it all. Neither am I interested in “throwing stones”.
    But I do realize what cheap imitation it is of the truly charitable kind that has little or nothing to do with sex or lucre. If I am forced to choose between one or the other, it’s no contest.
    They can have this world, for all it’s worth to me.

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