Comment: Oh Please!!!

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Oh Please!!!

Not only is the crap on this post regarding debt and banking total Statist B.S., your completely off base about Zionism and this site's attitude regarding Israel. Speaking for myself as someone with some Native American ancestry, the initial Puritans and Covenant keepers who settled this country were not conquerors (read Thomas Woods Jr.'s "The Politically Incorrect Guide To American History" you ditz).

As to your bizarre appeal to universalism, describing Jesus as a Jew is true but also deceptive. He was born of a very specific Hebrew lineage from David that is spelled out point by point in the Gospel of Matthew, however, those Jews who are to be saved joined with Jesus. The mob that condemned Jesus was not only made up of clerics, but also of members of congregations in Judea, all of them saying "His blood be on us and on our children" (Matt 27:25) Interestingly enough Mel Gibson was slammed by a great multitude of Jews for putting so-called anti-Semitic material into "The Passion Of The Christ", and yet he scrubbed that park out of the movie precisely because he didn't want to offend them.

Furthermore, conflating a religion that has been responsible for trying to subvert Christianity throughout the Middle East (Islam) is idiotic. To be clear, I'm not calling for all-out war with Islam or Judaism (people such as Granger seem to like the idea of having perpetual war with the former group), but there is a difference between desiring peace and commerce with other people and stating that they share the same religious beliefs as me, which a careful reading of the doctrines of all 3 of the so-called Abrahamic religions will shoot down.

P.S. to the OP - Jesus himself stated that he was the only way, dust off whatever translation of the New Testament that you have and look up John 14:6.

“My attitude toward progress has passed from antagonism to boredom. I have long ceased to argue with people who prefer Thursday to Wednesday because it is Thursday.” - G.K. Chesterton