Before we start today, here's a little brain exercise for you: If a person is arrested for planning to blow up a house of worship plus a Congressmen's office, that would pretty much make him a terrorist, right? So it would be a given that the Corporate media would go into a feeding frenzy if a story this big broke, right? Well...
In the months following 9/11 former JDL leader Irv Rubin was arrested for conspiring to blow up a California Mosque and the office of a US Congressman of Palestinian heritage. While in jail he attempted suicide by slashing his throat three times and throwing himself over the third tier railing of the jail where he was housed. He survived, only to die later from his injuries, yet nowhere in any news story or his obituary was he listed as a terrorist.
Lately a lot of the brainwashed have posted comments calling me all kinds of names, which I take as a compliment since they realize they can't argue with the truth. Because I have spoken out on Zionism, a lot of you have referred to me as anti-Jew. As an opened minded person, I try to have respect for all religions even though I believe in none. Judaism, (which is separate from Zionism), is one of the religions I respect the most. It seems to me that it's based on wisdom and spirituality from within one's self, not about seeing how many people it can convert to it's belief system. Perhaps it's because they know those seeking true wisdom will end up walking down their path.
In fact I respect all true religions, with the exception of Scientology and Satanism, which aren't religions at all but tax-free money making schemes. I do have problems with Fundamentalist Chrisitianity, because when they aren't being hypocrites, they're trying to shove Jesus down my throat. Don't ask me to suck Jesus's dick, 'cause I ain't swallowing it.
An example of Fundamentalist Christianity's hypocrisy is the war in Iraq. George W. Bush lied about the reasons we went there. He said Saddam had weapons of mass destruction. He didn't. He said Saddam had ties to al-qaeda. He didn't. He said Saddam had links to 9/11. He didn't. I believe in the Ten Commandments, this is called "bearing false witness", as in 'Thou Shalt Not Bear False Witness". Some of these false witnesses he bore in front of the full congress. Lying to Congress is against the law. Except for when Republicans do it, then it is considered an act of patriotism. At least when Bill Clinton lied, he apologized to the American people afterward(which I realize is sort of like a rapist apologizing after he committed his heinous act).
Of course, the real reason we are fighting over there is to secure a "Greater Israel" because a long time ago, all the Middle East was Israel, but I don't think that was the UN's intention in creating a Jewish homeland. Another example of FC hypocricy is their disregard for the UN, when if it weren't for the UN, there'd be no state of Israel. Meanwhile they have no problem living in "God's Country" which is actually land we stole from the Indians.
So I ask myself, "Is this what Jesus would do?" Would he lie to start a war where civilians are killed (oops, I mean where the indigeonous sustain collateral damage)? Would he use this opportunity to steal the vital natural resources under their feet and billions of dollars from the American taxpayer? Perhaps if they hadn't made them take down the Ten Commandments from that Alabama Courthouse, George W Bush would be reminded that what he's doing is a sin.
It is reported that when as Governor of Texas, George W. Bush made a trip to Israel. On the plane he joked with reporters and said:"The first thing I'm gonna say when I get off the plane is'You're all going to Hell'." Since according to one comment, I'm going to Hell for lying, even though everything I post is based on fact, perhaps when I get there I can look forward to seeing George W Bush and every Jewish person in the world there. If only I believed in Hell.....