Governments oppress, Christ liberates

There are a few lies we were told in the government indoctrination centers they call “public schools”, and in colleges, and in the news and culture that surrounded us growing up.

For one thing, it was LAWS enacted by governments that enforced slavery and Jim Crow and corrupt courts like in the Dred Scott case and corrupt presidents like Abraham Lincoln that kept slavery and Jim Crow laws going as long as they did. Abraham Lincoln said he would find a way to enshrine slavery forever for the nation if it would save the Union. The War Between the States was fought not to free the slaves but to enslave the free, and now we work like slaves on average until May because the imperial capital in D. C. and their ruler class says it’s theirs. A pox on all the thieves.

So now you pretend I was defending Caucasians? I don’t because there is only one race, the human race. Paul told the Jews that God “hath made all men… of one blood”.

Christians throughout the centuries like John Newton and WIlliam Wilberforce, and the abolitionists, convicted by the love of God, who campaigned relentlessly against slavery and then others against Jim Crow.

The suppressed history of darwinian-driven eugenics and racism is telling. The Pygmy Ota Benga was put in a cage for the St. Louis World’s fair as an example of a “missing link”. Darwin himself said Turks were inferior and saw charity as harmful to the “civilized races” as he called whites because it would help the poor inferior races continue.

Former slave St. Patrick, missionary to the Irish (like the slavers that took him) waged a shame campaign against slavery that his disciples and their students took to later generations and in another century or so slavery disappeared from Europe.

Humans are flawed for sure, that’s why I am against all aggression, including and mostly government aggression. As the three libertarian atheist economists Ludwig von Mises, Murray Rothbard, and Walter Block agree, religion and family have been the best friends of freedom through the centuries (by which they meant mostly Christians).

Atheists have proven to be the most dangerous to freedom though. Even though the Inquisitors BANNED THE BIBLE, they could not reach the mass genocides perpetrated by the officially atheist regimes of the 20th century.

And a great many of those witches and heretics –in my opinion probably most of them– that they burned at the stake? Just like Joan of Arc, and John Hess, they were Christians who discovered that the Bible condemned their various rulers and they had divinely-created individual rights.

The kingdoms of God, like Jesus said, are not of this world. Some Christians still want to mix works with grace, some of them still want to have some kind of kingdom here (like the god of “democracy”) but Jesus would have none of it.

Here’s a lesson for today. When they wanted to make Jesus king and followed him across the countryside to demand it, he rebuked them. He told them it wasn’t because they saw a miracle (which they did) but because their “bellies were filled”.

Any trick will do for oppressors, but they prefer Darwinian myths today, a re-do of Jeremiah 2:27, “saying to a stock, thou art my father; and to a stone, thou has brought me forth”.

There are a few lies we were told in the government indoctrination centers they call “public schools”, and in colleges, and in the news and culture that surrounded us growing up.

For one thing, it was LAWS enacted by governments that enforced slavery and Jim Crow and corrupt courts like in the Dred Scott case and corrupt presidents like Abraham Lincoln that kept slavery and Jim Crow laws going as long as they did. Abraham Lincoln said he would find a way to enshrine slavery forever for the nation if it would save the Union. The War Between the States was fought not to free the slaves but to enslave the free, and now we work like slaves on average until May because the imperial capital in D. C. and their ruler class says it’s theirs. A pox on all the thieves.

So now you pretend I was defending Caucasians? I don’t because there is only one race, the human race. Paul told the Jews that God “hath made all men… of one blood”.

Christians throughout the centuries like John Newton and WIlliam Wilberforce, and the abolitionists, convicted by the love of God, who campaigned relentlessly against slavery and then others against Jim Crow.

The suppressed history of darwinian-driven eugenics and racism is telling. The Pygmy Ota Benga was put in a cage for the St. Louis World’s fair as an example of a “missing link”. Darwin himself said Turks were inferior and saw charity as harmful to the “civilized races” as he called whites because it would help the poor inferior races continue.

Former slave St. Patrick, missionary to the Irish (like the slavers that took him) waged a shame campaign against slavery that his disciples and their students took to later generations and in another century or so slavery disappeared from Europe.

Humans are flawed for sure, that’s why I am against all aggression, including and mostly government aggression. As the three libertarian atheist economists Ludwig von Mises, Murray Rothbard, and Walter Block agree, religion and family have been the best friends of freedom through the centuries.

Atheists have proven to be the most dangerous to freedom though. Even though the Inquisitors BANNED THE BIBLE, they could not reach the mass genocides perpetrated by the officially atheist regimes of the 20th century.

And a great many of those witches and heretics –in my opinion probably most of them– that they burned at the stake? Just like Joan of Arc, and John Hess, they were Christians who discovered that the Bible condemned their various rulers and they had divinely-created individual rights.

The kingdoms of God, like Jesus said, are not of this world. Some Christians still want to mix works with grace, some of them still want to have some kind of kingdom here (like the god of “democracy”) but Jesus would have none of it.

Here’s a lesson for today. When they wanted to make Jesus king and followed him across the countryside to demand it, he rebuked them. He told them it wasn’t because they saw a miracle (which they did) but because their “bellies were filled”.

Any religion will do for oppressors, but they prefer Darwinian myths today, a re-do of Jeremiah 2:27, “saying to a stock, thou art my father; and to a stone, thou has brought me forth”.

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