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Hate group SPLC

August 30, 2015
Seems that the hate group called “Southern Poverty Law Center”, an organization pushing the dissolution of traditional culture with the idea of opening the door for an atheistic communistic social order, has added Trump to the list of people it wants us to hate. It’s a real thoughtcrime watchdog. Of course they hate thought-crime.
We are not allowed to have dissenting thoughts.
National socialism, national welfare state, international socialism, corporate mercantilism, it’s all the same. The Warburgs and the international banking cartels and the central bankers bankroll it all, just like they did with the Bolsheviks, the Nazis, the Japanese expansion in Asia, and U. S. investment in China. And the political payoffs that they call ‘foreign aid”.
 
ILLEGAL is the key word, “aliens” is a word used for a century for foreign born persons living in the U. S. My wife is from Honduras, and it is a horrendous trip across Mexico, harassment and all, and Mexico only lets it go because the rulers in power in the U.S. pressure them (and they go right through and don’t stay there)
 
Mexico treats its own illegal immigrants worse than anything you can say in the aggregate that the U.S. does, especially in view of the American body politic tolerance of the executive enacting and enforcing laws like a dictator. I know. My wife is from Honduras.
Something else. Every decent Latin American, Mexicans included, beg and plead with their relatives who are “illegal entrants”, DO NOT make that trip. This welcoming policy of the Obama administration encourages a dangerous trip full of the most violent human animals on the planet, rapes, murders, disappearances, drownings, and “illegal imprisonment” by criminals who demand more money to release relatives once inside the United States.
This idea that the recent massive influx of “children” crossing over was a cartel and coyote meme is a way of calling us all STUPID. A couple of months before the story “broke”, the federal government had placed classifies asking for applicants to help care for underage “entrants”. Then the story “broke” as if on cue, about the children coming in and getting care and placement and all that.
 
Corporate interests paid off somebody in power to bring in the wave of children couple of years ago, and they got the contracts to “take care of” them. It’s all for the children. Right.
 
Fool you once, shame on him. Fool you twice, shame on you. Fool you over and over again, you’ve been robotized, with the remote control override in the hands of someone else. Doublespeak on steroids.
 
How about let’s have “income equality” among ALL the people living in both North and South America? How about that? You willing to cut down YOUR OWN income equality to TWENTY PERCENT of what it is now?
Free your thoughts!

Does God punish the innocent for the sins of others?

August 23, 2015

I suggest a new perspective on the passage used by a webmaster at the link http://www.religioustolerance.org/sin_trans.htm:

“Yes, God can personally take an active role in transferring punishment among generations from the guilty to the innocent:

…for which you quoted:  “Thou shalt not bow down thyself to them (idols), nor serve them: for I the LORD thy God am a jealous God, visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon the children unto the third and fourth generation of them that hate me.”

My comment to the writer follows here (comments are not accepted at the web pages there).

Spiritually speaking, especially after the universally expiatory sacrifice of Jesus Christ on the cross for the sins of the world for all those who believe in him, I do not know of any Christian theology or Christian teacher that says that the sins of the unbeliever can be laid at the feet of another. Jesus is THE Sacrificial Lamb, period.

As to consequences in the world, the quoted scripture is best understood in its context. The very next verse shows that it is not set in stone, so to speak:

“And shewing mercy unto thousands of them that love me, and keep my commandments.” – Exodus 20:6

It is also best to take this in the context of even the laws of Moses it’s in. I doubt you know how much it’s mentioned, your tolerance theme does not seem to reach into much Biblical scholarship. Many pastors may not have satisfactory answers, but that’s true about many, many things, in some groups more than others.

Rahab, Ruth, Naaman, even Abraham himself were raised in wicked cultures and renounced the sins of their pagan upbringing, so Exodus 20:5 cannot mean that there is an inescapable scapegoating of the children in the sense implied by your quote. It’s illogical for one who believes the Bible, whether they see it or not, no matter.

The passage is true, though, in this physical world, as a general spiritual truth as good as gravity. The children suffer for the sins of the parents and grandparents, as a natural consequence. Those raised in a culture that practices child sacrifice is more likely to follow suit. Those raised by abusive parents are more likely to have problems that affect children and grandchildren. We now have fourth generation welfare babies who are suffering for the sins of the Franklin D. Roosevelt administration. We have even great-grandchildren suffering for the sins of the evil American Congress of 1913, who inflict us to this day with the evil oppressions of the Federal Reserve Bank so-called, fiat currency, and the income tax, and the sins of our own antecedents that accepted this.

The God of the Bible is a God of love and of perfect justice.

“And shewing mercy unto thousands of them that love me, and keep my commandments.” – Exodus 20:6

It is also best to take this in the context of even the laws of Moses it’s in. I doubt you know how much it’s mentioned, your tolerance theme does not seem to reach into much Biblical scholarship. Many pastors may not have satisfactory answers, but that’s true about many, many things, in some groups more than others.
Rahab, Ruth, Naaman, even Abraham himself were raised in wicked cultures and renounced the sins of their pagan upbringing, so Exodus 20:5 cannot mean that there is an inescapable scapegoating of the children in the sense implied by your quote. It’s illogical for one who believes the Bible, whether they see it or not, no matter.

Scary words and forked tongue: “I’m from the government and I’m here to help you”

August 1, 2015

Unfortunately, white man’s forked tongue has lots of forks. After the Indians’ Last Stand at Little Big Horn, government men sent by bigger white men of the political class came and said, “I’m from the government and I’m here to help you”. The big G-man continued: “I’m going to give you food stamps and government checks and if you’re good maybe we’ll let you open a casino.”

Ever since then, the poorest tribes today are the ones who got the most such “help” as a recognized, government-listed official Indian tribe, are the poorest. There are dozens of national government agencies that were created to “help” their Indian tribe wards of the national state, and that is not counting the state agencies that do the likewise.

The Lumbees are a tribe that gets no such recognition and no such “help”. While the Miccosukee Indian tribe (down here in South Florida) has been reeling with accusations of corruption by the leaders and the “federal” money and the casino payouts, the Lumbees don’t own any casinos, but they do own twelve banks! Twelve!

My wife is from Honduras where I hope to go someday soon to live out my days until the Tribulation hits and then Jesus returns (or go meet my Maker first).

And one of the worst thing the West does to these poor countries is foreign aid. ALWAYS with strings and conditions. Recipient government politicians who control those moneys, everywhere, why should they kill the golden goose? They get the money to use the same way the political rulers in ANY KIND of government ALWAYS did: They make sure their friends, family and bank accounts get their fair share. AND ALWAYS the LENDERS of such money make sure the important share comes back to their own clients.

Dambisa Moyo wrote about this, Harvard graduate originally from Zambia. China isn’t sending aid, it is sending the whole package. They send Chinese workers and build the highways themselves.

Like the hard-line leftist author who decided to go to Africa herself to help, she studied how to actually do it. Now she says, “You want to help the poor in these countries? Don’t give money. BUY THEIR PRODUCTS!”

Cambridge professor spouts leftist-approved conspiracy theory

July 26, 2015

A Cambridge professor says he thinks the oil industry may have killed three climate change researchers, who died within weeks of each other.

Or if they were killed, maybe he should speculate it was because they discovered that the Arctic ice cap was expanding instead of melting away and they were going to issue mea culpas. Can’t have that. Too hard to keep the media lid on the real genuine climate scientists who ridicule the official government-ordered tax-funded false science. It took the late Michael Crichton and his debating buddy just one night to change the minds in the audience on the subject.

Robert Heilbroner was a socialist who wrote in 1990 that the Soviet Union would collapse because Ludwig von Mises was right. So he said socialists should use environmentalism to get people to go along with socialism.

There is no genuine socialist equality program. The main pushers of socialism and environmentalism both are Sierra Club billionaires like George Soros and his colleagues.

Be not deceived God is not mocked. Jesus will return soon and send our modern Pharisees and money changers to where they belong.

daily bell wendy qv lao tau

June 10, 2015

http://www.dailybell.com/editorials/35441/Wendy-McElroy-The-Power-of-the-Powerless/

Is the non-aggression principle compatible with these principles?

June 7, 2015

The non-aggression principle is not only compatible but also the best way to accomplish this list of goals specifically:

facilitate our development
facilitate the development of our fellow citizens
facilitate our interrelations with our families and our friends
facilitate our interactions with our colleagues and fellow citizens
facilitate the functioning of our societies.

Here’s one it is NOT compatible with:
facilitate the functioning of our governments

There are violent gangs, and there are governments. They both violate the non-aggression principle.

The biggest enemy of material and cultural development is government.
The biggest enemy of “the development of our fellow citizens” is government because it grows a monopoly of force and a monopoly control of communications media, at least to the extent that its victims allow it.

The biggest enemy of “our interrelations with our families and friends” has proven to be governments. It invites corruption, invents unjust rules to justify interfering in people’s own free choices in the market, robs the rich and the poor, mostly the poor, to subsidize their friends. The politicization of everything under color of “rights”, for example, has broken up many families and turned people afflicted by gender confusion against loving parents. “Love” is turned into “hate”.

Governments also attack most fiercely today the institutions of families and religion because individuals in families and believers resist the most tenaciously against commands to relinquish children and beliefs to state control.

The functioning of societies operates best under the non-aggression principle, which is the most time-tested and proven principle that promotes peaceful societies. Trying to justify the aggression of governments based on the fact that some people will always violate it, is an exercise in self-contradiction and confusion.

Because governments ARE a violation of the non-aggression principle by definition, claiming the right to steal your property and use violence against you if you disobey them.

Near future opportunity for smart phone software upstarts

June 7, 2015

Terranet in talks over mast-free mobile voice software:
http://www.telecompaper.com/news/terranet-in-talks-over-mast-free-mobile-voice-software–1018668

Cell phones have enough hardware technology to support using as walkie-talkies, and to support a peer-to-peer network among cell phone nodes, as the article above shows.

What I’m waiting for is something that will enable an alternative network alongside the Internet, or even outside the Internet.

Pain in childbirth in humans is unique

June 7, 2015

A recent edition of The new Scientist magazine, of 9 May 2015, features an article by Barbara Finlay comparing the phenomenon of pain in humans as compared to animals. First of all, it’s different.

It seems primates do not feel pain in childbirth as human mothers do.

That was another eureka moment for me as a Bible-believer, and one of those things that makes you wonder why you missed it. Because pain and travail in childbirth was one of the curses at the time of the Garden after Adam and Eve disobeyed.

“Human childbirth appears to be uniquely painful among members of the animal kingdom”. Scientists formerly thought it was because of the size of the baby’s head compared to the pelvis, but there are animals, she says, like marmosets, who have comparable birth conditions without showing so much pain.

Author Finlay speculates the survival benefit of giving mothers in labor time to recruit help for the event. Which is another Biblical truth. Even God’s curses are for very good reasons.

TPP is NOT free trade, but booby trap

June 6, 2015

This TPP they’re talking about “fast-tracking” in Congress is taxation without representation (who’s to say there isn’t a tax hidden there somewhere?), and most certainly extortion without representation.

No way it’s free trade, it’s managed trade, where the biggest international companies, including the state-owned ones, call the shots.

A true “free trade” agreement needs NO secrecy AT ALL. One sentence. Government “A” will lay no tarrifs at all on goods that private parties import from nation “B”, and government “B” will assess no tariffs at all on goods that private parties import from nation “A”.

One paragraph. If your home-based companies howl too much about the home-based consumers having cheaper alternatives, then give add a transitional period with an immovable irrevocable deadline date after a reasonable period. Like one month, the same notice the biggest companies give their own consumers. Done.

Software security

June 5, 2015

Yes, money, but let the end users decide. The users decide by means of the Free Market. Government rules distort everything, make the users complacent and even more vulnerable, and now we see even the Federal Government doesn’t have enough money to secure their own personnel files.

Why is that? There’s no free market and the victims (the ones they extorted the taxes from) don’t have an option. In a free market, the consumer is king, and if he screws himself with the wrong choices, let him learn. I did not buy a house during the crazy bubble so the bust didn’t hurt me except indirectly through the economic effects of the less cautious. I shouldn’t have to pay for the other guy.

So it should be with bugs in code. Who pays for the time, who uses it, there are insurance companies. Insurance against security bugs, let loose the actuaries on it, and insurance companies and associated security companies get into the mix, and the breaches diminish. At least until it finds a cost/benefit medium, where the security finds the pivot between demand for security (with its cost) and demand for cheap and easy.


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