Sunday, October 24, 2010


Loan Application video by usurykills

No two people conceive of God in quite the same way so let's just call me Agnostic for now.

I was raised a Southern Baptist, but strayed at an early age when He didn't answer my prayers.

Most of what I pray for doesn't really matter anyway – not as long as we legalize cheating in so many ways. I define usury as using people (or their possessions) beyond a fair agreement. What this means is usury is cheating and cheating is stealing. Stealing is universally condemned, but usury is OK?

Lately, I've prayed the public will recognize the tyranny of the bankers. More people are understanding their slavery and some even have a clue how it was accomplished. The brainwashing was effective, the people live in fear – Bernays would delight in modern programming!

The only thing I really learned in Bible Study was that the New Testament outranks the Old Testament (because it's new and improved!) and that the Golden Rule is what to live by. The rest I question.

Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.” is not found in the Bible, exactly. Nothing in the Bible is exactly exact, anyway. There are a number of wonderful tales of miraculous events but the closest translation for the Golden Rule is Luke 6:31. : "And as ye would that men should do to you, do ye also to them likewise." KJV (Your online PHD in Theocracy is now complete.)

It is fairness, after all, that is missing from our system. The treatment you receive in court is directly proportional to how much money you are willing to spend to defend yourself. It gets expensive, quick. Most people go unrepresented and the system takes full advantage of that to squeeze them a little more.

The psychopaths in charge (PCs?) have created an economy that only they can survive. The rest of us will land on Boardwalk, eventually. These guys aren't just skimming the betting pool, they're sucking it all straight to the top. They are drinking our milkshakes.

You must understand that they spend vast quantities of their ill-gotten wealth just to maintain the status quo. Governing the world is an expensive undertaking. The current model is financially bankrupt and something will have to be done soon to avoid chaos and bloodshed.

Costs are rising as inflation roars. Everybody owes everyone everything but nobody has any money left. The bankers took it all and spent what they didn't spill to make sure the rest of us provide them a comfortable investment stream.

The usual way out of a financial mess like this is to go to war, preferably against the creditor nation. Any nation will suffice, actually, and lucky for us we have several from which to choose. Of course we're already at war here and there so escalation is likely just a matter of time.

Our owners have been draining the military keg on a drunken binge that has sauntered through decades of horrific bloodletting. Well over one hundred million people were killed by war in the last century. There is no formula to estimate the total impact of war.

There is another golden rule: “He who has the gold makes the rules.” That's real life, buddy. Who butters your toast? What puts food on your family? Dig that ditch. Lick my boots. Don't look at me.

Luke 6:31 isn't the only scripture that applies, check out Matthew 7:12: “Therefore all things whatsoever ye would that men should do to you, do ye even so to them: for this is the law and the prophets. “ KJV (translation: The Golden Rule is all you need to know.)

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