Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Pope's Big Bang/Evolution Announcement Historically Significant but Hardly Shocking

Halo-Bearing Evolutionist Pope Francis
 “Of all the systems of religion that ever were invented, there is no more derogatory to the Almighty, more unedifying to man, more repugnant to reason, and more contradictory to itself than this thing called Christianity. Too absurd for belief, too impossible to convince, and too inconsistent for practice, it renders the heart torpid or produces only atheists or fanatics. As an engine of power, it serves the purpose of despotism, and as a means of wealth, the avarice of priests, but so far as respects the good of man in general it leads to nothing here or hereafter.”
― Thomas Paine, The Age of Reason

By Carl-John X Veraja

In what was probably a favor to a lot of Christians, the Pope announced his support for the notions of evolution and the Big Bang, rejecting his predecessor's support for intelligent design. However, he didn't expel God from his philosophy but espoused what can be described as a Deist position, much like that held by many of our Founding Fathers. This position holds that the Deity got things rolling but does not interfere with them.

Many of the Founders had deep issues with priests, as is attested to in their writings. One thing they didn't seem interested in importing from the Old World was an oppressive church. This motivated the writing of the 1st Amendment which is a directive against the government assisting in any such oppression. Unfortunately, the original purpose has long since been forgotten and has been reinterpreted to mean that churches get tax breaks, that if we take "In God We Trust" off the money we are doomed, and "under God" needed to be inserted into the statist Pledge of Allegiance.

I'm pretty sure the Founding Fathers wouldn't be too crazy about the Pledge of Allegiance period, never mind the "under God" bit. Also, there's also an all-seeing eye on the back of the dollar bill which sort of balances things out anyway, doesn't it?

In What God do we Trust Exactly?
The Pope's announcement may fire up a lot of Christians who will read this as another sign of Satan's dominion on Earth, his possible allegiance to the Illuminati, and the end times. This will go along with the recent assault on the 10 Commandments monument at the Oklahoma State Capitol (also expressly against the Founding Fathers' intent), Jim Carrey's SNL antics, and the copycat psychotic clowns appearing all over America.

I'm not ruling these things out, but they are rather minor compared to the Spanish Inquisition, I think. Or to the Catholic Church's former policies of selling indulgences. Or the Church's role in fomenting wars, or land grabs, and, as Paine noted in the quote above, "avarice" or greed.

Plus, a Catholic priest, Georges LemaƮtre, actually developed the Big Bang theory And the Vatican is looking for alien life with a telescope called LUCIFER. According to one book, the Vatican is looking for E.T. under the idea that "whatever God could do he would do," known as the Principle of Plenitude. The book, Exo-Vaticana: Petrus Romanus, Project LUCIFER, and the Vatican's astonishing plan for the arrival of an alien savior, also indicates that the Vatican is working with NASA, and maybe awaiting an "alien Savior." This falls neatly in line with some conspiracy theories, such as put out by Bill Cooper about Project Bluebeam, in which a false flag alien invasion might signal the takeover of the NWO. Other conspiracy theories involve a false flag Second Coming of Christ, which is another possible meaning of Anti-Christ.

In many ways, Pope Francis' position is more in line with the teachings of Christ. He has taken the humble and spiritual position of giving to the world what is the world's, in this case, science or scientism, as you would have it. Pope Francis famously upset corporatists when he made seemingly socialist claims a few months back, but Jesus' teachings, which include as exhortation to a rich man to sell all he owns and follow Christ, falls in line with these notions. However, I'm not sure if the Church has exactly abandoned greed, and many other churches and mega-churches certainly have not.

As far as the Illuminati conspiracy goes, this can't be written off historically, as much as those who would like to think all who speak of the Illuminati are delusion. In fact, an organization of that title did exist and its influence did travel to the New World, as is evidenced in the letters of Thomas Jefferson and George Washington. Furthermore, the Illuminati were recorded as embedding themselves in the Freemason religion which was practiced by several of the elitist who helped forge our nation. And this is a religion with Lucifer as its main figure, so notions of a Satanic takeover aren't utterly delusional. However, whether adherents of Freemasonry worship a literal Lucifer or an idea of enlightenment or reason is another argument.

It seems somewhat self-defeating to deny yourself reason simply because it is ascribed to Lucifer by one religion, somehow. But some people will, don't you worry.

Monday, October 27, 2014

First They Came for the Nazis: The Illegalizing of Dissent

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On August 20, 2014, English citizens were warned that merely watching an ISIS beheading video could be considered a terrorist offense. Foley's sister, Kelly Foley, tweeted On September 24. 2014 urging people not to watch the video. Twitter's chief executive Dick Costolo said he'd suspend accounts that displayed the video.

 David Cameron made a startling speech in which he named 911 truthers and 7/7 truthers as being on the same level of terrorists, along with calling videos of the ISIS beheadings "illegal." On October 14th, a copy of one such video I had posted was banned by Youtube (Google).

On October 20, 2014, back in England, a Nazi sympathizer described as "immature" and a "loner" plead guilty to tweeting. Garron Helm tweeted Jewish Labour MP Luciana Berger on August 7: "You can always trust a Jew to show their true colors eventually." It included a picture of Luciana Berger with a Jewish star on her forehead and referred to her as a "Communist Jewess." For this action, Garron Helm had his apartment ransacked by police, who found Nazi paraphernalia. Helm was sentenced to 4 weeks in prison despite having written an apology letter to Berger.

It's quite possible that Helm could suffer from a mental illness. Hilariously, Luciana Berger has made comments in defense of the mentally ill.


Apparently, she's OK with the standard of locking these people up if they tweet the wrong thing. And I wonder if she'd be OK with it if you lived in the United States as well. Youtube probably is. The posting of the James Foley video was treated the same everywhere.

Berger was voted as Most Fanciable MP in the Commons. Luciana Berger's rise to power may have been helped by her former romance with Tony Blair's son and currently with Chuka Umunna, known as “Britain’s Obama”.


Other signs that the United States could be instituting laws against speech are the hate speech bills that have been floated into congress, and the FBI Director James Comey's warning that Apple's and Google's encryption of smartphones was an attempt to market to people "who hold themselves beyond the law." Of course, the law is, according to the IV Amendment:

The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.

Of course, the Constitution appears to have been declared null and void, as was remarked upon in the New York Times regarding Obama's declaration of war against the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria. 

Mr. Bush gained explicit congressional consent for his invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq. In contrast, the Obama administration has not even published a legal opinion attempting to justify the president’s assertion of unilateral war-making authority. This is because no serious opinion can be written. --