On Thu, 1 Dec 2016 06:49:14 -0800 Razer <ray...@riseup.net> wrote: >catholicism is the Zionism of Christianity.
LMAO - ALL of your fucking JEW-kkkristianity is the same. Don't lie. > A socio-political graft > onto Christianity, a 'grafting' on a cancer like your fucking jew-kkkristianity? how cute is that go back to the cave rayzer a philosophy useful for subverting and conquering > people. > > Rr > > > > > > > On 11/30/2016 10:56 PM, Razer wrote: > > > > > "Many people like to imagine that Islamic terrorism is supported > > > by almost no one in the Muslim world. That is not the reality of > > > the situation. Surveys done in Germany, England, France, and > > > Spain, suggest that about 1 in 4 Muslims think that violence > > > against civilians in the name of Islam can be justified. " > > > > > http://therightstuff.biz/2016/06/13/the-orlando-shooting-and-islam/ > > > > > Of COURSE he doesn't mention the fact that almost every christian > > > in the industrialized world would allow the wiping out of muslims > > > in a heartbeat. They do. Right now. It's not a hypothetical. > > > > That's not a hypothetical: It's a misperception engineered by > > propaganda. Multi-million dollar budgets are devoted to lining up > > as much support as possible for the West's economically motivated > > conquest of territory that happens to have Musilims walking around > > on it, and exploiting racism and xenophobia is a tried and true > > winning strategy. > > > > The illusion that Christians hate Muslims is an example of the > > Bandwagon approach: Lists of classic propaganda techniques always > > include Bandwagon, and describe it as messaging that proves > > "everybody's doing it," the it being whatever the promoter was hired > > to sell. Brining people on board is the primary objective, but > > Bandwagon's includes a secondary impact when the same messaging that > > seeks to unite and motivate one audience serves to turn other > > audiences against them. This greatly enhances the insular group > > identities of all affected demographics, and in a political context > > prepares them for mobilization against each other. > > > > In our example, the racist Islamophobia attributed to "almost every > > christian in the industrialized world" is an artifact of Bandwagon > > propaganda targeting the minority of self identifying Christians > > who happen to express strong xenophobic and racist traits as native > > personality features, independent of their religious beliefs. This > > minority is large enough to be dangerous if united and mobilized - > > which is why extensive, expensive efforts are underway to capture > > and mobilize them. > > > > As a veteran and member in good standing of Full Gospel, Catholic, > > Gnostic and Quaker faith communities, I can assure one and all that > > very few of the racist xenophobes mentioned above are observant > > Christians, even by the most superficial standards of performance. > > The Christian mainstream recognizes and opposes the systematic > > exploitation and abuse of their brand, but contrary to indoctrinated > > popular belief, does not have the financial and media resources to > > successfully challenge that agenda in the public arena. > > > > I would describe the problem Christians (a.k.a. target demograhic) > > as people with very legitimate grievances against the real world > > they live in from day to day. They have been systematically denied > > educational resources, locked out of living wage employment, and > > politically disenfranchised. Because of these realities, they are > > also strongly affected by what Alvin Toffler called "future shock," > > exceptionally vulnerable to the Good Old Days propaganda technique. > > The same people who imposed poverty on their communities exploit the > > resulting vulnerabilities by presenting outsiders as scapegoats, and > > mobilizing them to demand that their captors be given the power and > > authority to "put the world to rights," a.k.a. Make America Great > > Again on their behalf. > > > > What can we do about the resulting mess? I'm an advocate for > > outreach; get the "real Christians" up on their feet and down to the > > street, not to stand against but with their wounded co-religionists. > > The sidewalk talk, soap box speeches and formal sermons practically > > write themselves and win at an easy walk. Where and as the > > necessary effort is made, all the uncommitted are belong to us. > > > > What can non-Christians and the anti-religious do? Before > > enlightenment chop wood, carry water, smash the State. After > > enlightenment chop wood, carry water, smash the State. But make > > sure you know what's up and where it's at before you throw down and > > get it on . > > > > :o) > > > > >