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Um... We are supposed to judge. That's why we have courts of justice- to try and judge criminals. That's why preachers preach sermons- to call out wickedness from the pulpit. And the ungodliness of the Zionists needs to be exposed and preached about.

"Let he who is without sin, please cast the first stone" is a warning not to be a hypocrite- do not presume to throw a stone against a man for his sin that you are also guilty of. Not "never call a man out for his sin".

Certainly the writers of the Bible had no problem calling out the Jews and anyone else for their sins- and rightfully so. And the Israel of the Bible (which means the Jews as a people) isn't even related in any way to the current zionist country called Israel in the Middle east, anyway. They just have the same name. That's all.

The condition upon which God hath given liberty to man is eternal vigilance; which condition if he break, servitude is at once the consequence of his crime and the punishment of his guilt