Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Speaking Of Dogma...UPDATED

"Pray & Fast to End Abortion" sign, $20.

Matching cap, pin & T-shirt, $35.

Waking up, throwing all that propaganda away and realizing you're being mentally sodomized by a LIARarchy of backwards-collared, "good Christian" control freaks, whose pederasty & resultant fagitry is more responsible for the decline of American population and ethics than anything else,

There are some things money can't buy - THE COURAGE TO USE YOUR BRAIN is one of them.

So, is it still considered "lunatic fringe Protestantism" if it's headline news?
If you've been considering a permanent departure from the Whore of Babylon controlling our government, NOW would not be too soon!


billy pilgrim said...

yup, create a global central bank and give the keys to the pope. if the jews weren't so well armed the pope could just whip up an inquisition and steal all their property.

hey, it's a papal tradition.

Galt-in-Da-Box said...

Nowdays Billy, the Whore of Babylon works for the Synagogue of Satan, not against it: That's how it goes when you are owned by the Bankstaz....Khazakh-Papist cabal.

texlahoma said...

I'm kind of ignorant when it comes to the Catholics. (I luckily wasn't subjected to horny priests and all that as a child)
But if a person is looking for clues as to the nature of the Catho-lick church, WTF is with the emaciated Jesus on a cross that the pope carries around? It sure does look like something Satan would have designed.
So it's really no surprise that they are neck deep in the NWO.

Nothing against the masses that have been brainwashed into that church.
Some prophesies say that Vatican city will be nuked, I used to think that was a bad thing.

Bob said...

History. Know yer history.

About 6,000BC, the Sumerians came on the scene. Where from, we do not know. Their language, both oral and written, has no root connection to any other language on earth, so we cannot tie them to any prehistoric area or group.

An incredibly advanced people for the time, they established city-states along the southern part of the Euphrates river in an area they called Sumeria, refered to as "Shinar" in the bible.

To control these city-states, Sumerian rulers came up with the idea of a "divine ruler". He became their "priest-king", able to intercede with the gods on behalf of the people.

A priestly hierarchy - along with the usual impressive temples and their keepers - was established to serve the State and the "divine ruler".

Thus was born religion, created to serve and support the State. That has been it's function ever since.

The idea of a "Divine Ruler" lost it's luster with the masses some time ago, so the idea of a "divive Ruler" of the church, a ruler able to intercede with the now one "god", was run up the old flagpole. Damned if it didn't fly. That's because - as Vox says - MPAI.

It's worked really well until now.

Now the Pope wants to take over completely. He wants to control everybody's money.

The Jews must be turning in their graves, dead or not.

Keep in mind that both the Talmud and the Old Testament were lifted from the Sumerian texts that preceeded them. It's all about control... Always has been, always will be.

So... If you want to seperate yourself from the clutches of the "Whore of Babylon", you first need to wake people up as to the true function of today's religions, and also get the banks out of the hands of those who presently control them... and our money, and us.

Good luck with that.

Galt-in-Da-Box said...

Awesome, Bob: You go to the head of the class!
You just gave a brief overview of a "Mystery Babylon Religion" by Ralph Woodrow & "The Two Babylons" by Dr. Alfred Hyssop.
The original church the New Testament describes was invisible, unless you were invited in: There were no temples, icons, elaborate ceremony nor a pervert "Priesthood". The modern denominational religious world (accurately called ChristenDUMB), as well as contemporary "Judaism" is a multiplicity of variations on the political Babylonian/Sumerian - BS for short? - theme.
This is why, Thomas Jefferson's ambitions notwithstanding, you cannot separate politics from religion: religion IS politics!

Bob said...

Sad to say I never heard of those two books... My loss.

My little tale of woe was constructed from hundreds of other sources over the years that caused me to reach all those conclusions.

Kinda nice to see that I'm actually pretty close to the mark.