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Re: It Takes All Sorts to Make a World

Postby antiaristo » Thu Feb 02, 2006 7:15 pm

Ono,<br>Thank you.<br>And thank you for that lovely Canadian ditty.<br><br>It is perfrectly true. This fight, for me, has been the experience of a lifetime.<br><br>But it is my children who have suffered terribly.<br>If you read my letters you will see that I do not complain for myself.<br>Only for my girls.<br>And when I read those stories of how the "Allies" have tortured children right in front of their parents, in order to break those parents, then I know my chosen path was indeed the lesser of two evils.<br><br>Peace.<br><br>Added on edit<br><br>dbeach,<br>Many thanks (tho' nothing as prolific as your good self)<br>And thank you for calming me on the detention camps thread.<br><br>Peace, bro' <p></p><i>Edited by: <A HREF=http://p216.ezboard.com/brigorousintuition.showUserPublicProfile?gid=antiaristo>antiaristo</A> at: 2/2/06 4:19 pm<br></i>
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okay

Postby mother » Thu Feb 02, 2006 7:29 pm

I take your points, and appreciate them, but there have been a number of writers here banned for posting the opinions of people like Phelps, attributing the Protocols (correct me if I'm wrong, Jeff, but was that topic not off-limits here?) of Zion to the Jews. Phelps teaches that the Jews didn't create the Protocols, the Jesuits did. I personally don't know who wrote them and for what purpose, and I can't offer an opinion of them because I tried reading them and could not finish because I felt like I was being contaminated From what I have observed, the Protocols are important to the neo-nazi and white supremicist communities. Please correct me if that is an incorrect assumption. From what I read of Phelps(and I won't be buying his book) he sounds just like the Christian Identity racist militia folks. I am sorry for the people who were raised to believe that Jews and Catholics and people of color are evil. It is a tragedy that there are satanists posing as people of any Godly tradition commiting horrible crimes, getting away with them and deceiving otherwise good-hearted people. St. Ignatius, who founded the Society of Jesus was not evil, he was a cannonised saint, who offered merciless personal penances for years for the sake of his soul and others. JD, the Jesuits are not running the world into the ground. If St. Ignatius were here he'd have the bad guys excommunicated and fasting on bread and water, he'd have most of them mending their ways and he'd beat the shit out the ones who persisted in evil. His guys were soldiers for Christ. Everything got messed-up about 47 years ago. If you are interested in Black Pope type stuff, check out freemasonrywatch.org (I can't vouch for the whole thing) but you can feast on bad news brought on by characters of every persuasion there. <p></p><i></i>
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Re: okay

Postby antiaristo » Thu Feb 02, 2006 8:50 pm

mother,<br>i'm coming to the view that there may be something in the 47 years ago thing.<br><br>But it wasn't all sweetness and light beforehand, either.<br><br>I guess there are two types of belief:<br>- where the Church judges for me<br>- where I judge for the Church<br><br>To me, the fact that Loyola was cannonised means absolutely nothing.<br>Just look at how JPII is being "fast tracked" - you know my opinion of that man.<br>I've heard some really bad stories about the Jesuits, and there is no doubt they have been kicked out of many countries.<br><br>The two most wonderful men I ever knew were Catholic priests. In different ways, they gave me my education. They taught me how to think for myself. Their dedication was to give us poor boys an education for life. One day my Headmaster (one of the two) gave a speech, and he talked about this "education for life". He was interrupted "Surely you mean a Catholic education?". "No", he replied "An education for life.".<br><br>Isn't that the difference between the two types of Catholic? (And as an aside, I'm starting to notice that there are two of just about everything that is presented as monolithic.)<br><br>We'll win the argument about the Jesuits (though I don't rule out anything. It's the twist in the tail that turns everything upside down.) not by citing Loyola's sainthood. But by bringing into the light those who pull the strings. Our interests lie not in fighting each other's team, but in the shared endeavour of fighting back.<br><br>One last thought about this mirror image thing.<br><br>When they admit wrongdoing, it is presented in the passive voice. "It was decided" "Mistakes were made" and so on. The agent is excluded when the wrongful action is admitted.<br><br>With the Protocols the overwhelming focus is on the agent. "It's Jews" "It's Jesuits" "It's Masons" and so on. We fight the team game against each other with such ferocity that the whole thing gets called off. We never actually get to the action part, where we would, I'm sure all agree that at least part of it matches what we see around us.<br><br>They are framing, and we are letting them get away with it.<br>IMHO <p></p><i>Edited by: <A HREF=http://p216.ezboard.com/brigorousintuition.showUserPublicProfile?gid=antiaristo>antiaristo</A> at: 2/2/06 5:55 pm<br></i>
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The Black Pope

Postby bamabecky » Thu Feb 02, 2006 10:39 pm

Thank You John Darmy for the link - 98 pages long - I'll get around to reading it eventually......<br><br>another question?<br><br>Correct me if I'm wrong about this>> From listening to Svali (who left the Illuminati and is now talking about it) it appears to me that the Illuminati "religion" is Luciferan based. It also seems that these "one world order" Illuminati types use all manner of cover for this "religion" of theirs. What I mean is this. In the daytime, they could be Methodists, Baptists, Jews, Catholics, you name it. And we (us) trying to discuss and learn about this, get all <!--EZCODE BOLD START--><strong><!--EZCODE ITALIC START--><em>bent out of shape</em><!--EZCODE ITALIC END--></strong><!--EZCODE BOLD END--> when one of these religions comes up. Suffice to say a so called Methodist (during Sunday morning) might really be a Lucferian Illuminatists (at night). And the same goes for a so called Jesuit or whatever. It appears to me that the higher they go up whatever structure they are in, the more into Luciferan they get. Another piece of the puzzle that confounds me yet is the cabalistic part. Now having said that, I know that their are different kinds of Methodists, different kinds of Baptists, different kinds of Jewish folk. So dad gum, I figure there are bound to be different kinds of Luciferans out there as well. I think we get too hung up on the daytime Catholics and Jews (which is what they use for their cover....me thinks) discussions, when what we really need to focus on is the nighttime activities if we really want to understand this. They have to be laughing at us tear each other apart over the sensitivities of the Jewish and Catholic diatribes we fall into regularly (not just here) but other boards to. <!--EZCODE EMOTICON START :D --><img src=http://www.ezboard.com/images/emoticons/happy.gif ALT=":D"><!--EZCODE EMOTICON END--> <br><br>It's an easy trap to fall into>>grabbing a hold of ones Daytime cover activities and then hating THAT (the cover) rather than digging deep for the REAL STORY.<br><br>P. S. I'm a Methodist - seems I heard Savli say she was involved in some Weslian (John Wesley?) group during the day. Just google Savli if you want to know more about her. If this post offended anyone, I apologize. That was not my intent. Now she is Christian.<br>Bama <p></p><i>Edited by: <A HREF=http://p216.ezboard.com/brigorousintuition.showUserPublicProfile?gid=bamabecky>bamabecky</A> at: 2/2/06 7:40 pm<br></i>
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well said, as usual, antiaristo

Postby mother » Thu Feb 02, 2006 11:24 pm

While I don't pretend everything was wine and roses in the dear dim past, I think it's safe to say that the Catholic Church has never experienced such a grave crisis since the Arian Heresy centuries ago. I hate to see my Church get badly infiltrated by bad guys and then see those who hate my faith bash just 'cause they think they can. It's the double standard that gets to me-get banished or accused of being an anti-semite if one religion is mentioned, say anything about mine and it goes unquestioned. Also, I wouldn't be a very faithful Catholic if I didn't stand up for us even if cyberspace is sort of an unknown realm. <p></p><i></i>
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Re: well said, as usual, antiaristo

Postby antiaristo » Fri Feb 03, 2006 10:05 pm

mother,<br>I was just watching TV here. The weather is lousy and I was bored.<br>What came on was incredible. A programme called "Smallville", which is Superman, rebranded.<br><br>There was an unbelievable scene of lesbian sm, posing as part of the plot. A girl, wearing a band across her breasts and a pair of white shorts so tight you could see her labia, was strapped on a bench. Her tormentor, an older woman of perhaps 30 (I mean older than the girl), wore tight trousers and a blouse unbuttoned to her abdomen.<br><br>This was Superman!<br><br>It got me thinking. I remembered Netanyahu had said something about subverting Iran with pornography. So I googled Ntanyahu pornography Iran and sure enough, this is what I got.<br><br><br><!--EZCODE QUOTE START--><blockquote><strong><em>Quote:</em></strong><hr>By P. Mitchell Prothero<br>From the Washington Politics & Policy Desk<br>Published 9/12/2002 4:50 PM<br><br>WASHINGTON, Sept. 12 (UPI) -- A former Israeli prime minister Thursday called upon the United States to effect regime change in both Iraq and Iran, prescribing a military invasion to topple the government in Baghdad and the <!--EZCODE BOLD START--><strong>transmission of ribald television programming via satellite into Persia</strong><!--EZCODE BOLD END-->, where he said the influx of pop culture would prove "subversive" to the conservative Islamic regime.<br><br>Citing the hundreds of thousands of satellite television dishes in Iran, Benjamin Netanyahu told the House Government Reform Committee that the United States could incite a revolution against the conservative Iranian clergy through <!--EZCODE BOLD START--><strong>the use of such Fox Broadcasting staples as "Melrose Place" and "Beverly Hills 90210" -- both of which feature beautiful young people in varying states of undress, living, glamorous, materialistic lives and engaging in promiscuous sex.</strong><!--EZCODE BOLD END--><br><br>"This is pretty subversive stuff," Netanyahu told the committee. "The kids of Iran would want the nice clothes they see on those shows. They would want the swimming pools and fancy lifestyles."<br><br>But the more pressing issue to Netanyahu is Iran's neighbor, Iraq, which he said was dangerously close to developing weapons of mass destruction -- and would not be susceptible to subversion.<br><br>"We understand a nuclear armed Saddam places Israel at risk," he said. "But a nuclear armed Saddam also puts the entire world at risk."<br><br>"After Saddam gets a nuclear weapon, it is only a matter of time before the terror networks get nuclear weapons,' Netanyahu warned. "And they will use them if they get them."<br><br>Netanyahu said that the 1981 attack by Israel on an Iraqi nuclear facility was justified and implied that it's success hinged on just the kind of unilateralism that President George W. Bush's Thursday speech to the United Nations appears to abjure.<br><br>"Did Israel launch this pre-emptive strike with the coordination of the international community?" Netanyahu asked. "Did we condition such a strike on the approval of the United Nations? Of course not."<br><br>Burton's statements reflected more respect for the administration's coalition building efforts than Netanyahu's, but he did note that in the face of failing to develop such support for an invasion, he too supported a unilateral attack.<br><br>"This morning the president made a strong case for taking action. Now we need to see how the world responds," Burton noted. "I hope that our friends and allies around the world will join us. I hope that we can assemble a strong coalition that will stand up to this dangerous regime. However, if we can't, my view is that we have to do what's in our own best interest. If we determine that Saddam Hussein is a serious national security threat, then we have to act -- alone if necessary." <br><br>Netanyahu's rhetoric, at least the military invasion portion of his testimony, found a warm reception from committee Chairman Dan Burton, R-Ind., who said that finishing the war on terror with the occupation of Afghanistan without attacking Iraq would leave the job half done.<br><br>"One of the unfinished pieces of business we have is Iraq," Burton said. "In my opinion, this is a problem we can't continue to ignore. Saddam Hussein is a menace. He has chemical weapons. He has biological weapons. He's working hard to acquire nuclear weapons. He's used chemical weapons in the past. We should have no doubt that he'll use them again. And if he succeeds in developing nuclear weapons, we could have a catastrophe on our hands."<br><br>But Ohio Democrat Dennis Kucinich was not as supportive of Netanyahu's calls for war. In a terse exchange that occurred before the former prime minister laid out his "Iran Strategy," Kucinich asked him for additional suggestions for places to invade.<br><br>"While you're here, Mr. Prime Minister, are there any other countries besides Iraq that you would suggest that we invade?" he asked.<hr></blockquote><!--EZCODE QUOTE END--> <br><!--EZCODE AUTOLINK START--><a href="http://www.upi.com/view.cfm?StoryID=20020912-034109-6371r">www.upi.com/view.cfm?Stor...4109-6371r</a><!--EZCODE AUTOLINK END--><br><br>They're doing it here and I understand this is a key element of the plan. Thoughts? <p></p><i>Edited by: <A HREF=http://p216.ezboard.com/brigorousintuition.showUserPublicProfile?gid=antiaristo>antiaristo</A> at: 2/3/06 7:09 pm<br></i>
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Re: Vulgar TV as a MindWar tactic to inflame youth. Yup.

Postby Hugh Manatee Wins » Sat Feb 04, 2006 12:29 am

Two things. <br>Firstly, <br>Porn was used to get Al-jezeera on the air, according to an interview Amy Goodman just did with Hugh Miles, author of “Al Jazeera: How Arab TV News Challenged the News.”<br><br><!--EZCODE AUTOLINK START--><a href="http://www.democracynow.org/article.pl?sid=06/02/02/147206#transcript">www.democracynow.org/arti...transcript</a><!--EZCODE AUTOLINK END--><br><br><!--EZCODE QUOTE START--><blockquote><strong><em>Quote:</em></strong><hr>But then, following an interesting mishap at the satellite where -- what happened is Al Jazeera wanted to be broadcast on a more powerful signal so that ordinary small satellite dishes was sufficient for getting the signal, but the problem was the satellite was fully booked up, and Al Jazeera was trying to get a space. And they couldn't get one for months until Canal France International, which is a French channel, accidentally broadcast a hardcore pornographic movie one afternoon, one Saturday afternoon, which was received by some 33 million Arabs in the Middle East region.<hr></blockquote><!--EZCODE QUOTE END--><br><br><br>What do you bet that the 'accidental' porn film was a spook event to bump the French off the air in the oil-rich region?<br>----------------------------------<br><br>Secondly, from my propaganda collection:<br><br>'Rhythm, Riots, and Revolution' is a 1966 Christian Crusade book by evangelist Rev. David Noebel with a dark picture of Bob Dylan on the cover.<br><br>RR and R is subtitled 'The Communist Use of Music - The Communist Music Master Plan.<br><br>Noebel is also the author of 'Communism, Hypnotism, and the Beatles.'<br><br> I'm not kidding.<br><br>Amazing as a Cold War right-wing propaganda piece, RR and R urgently warns that lefty folk singers like Pete Seeger, the Weavers, Phil Ochs, Woody Guthrie, etc. and especially Bealtemania are commie mind control agents out to destroy American youth from within. Racism also fuels part of Noebel's 'logic' when he suggests that the rock'n'roll beat is "primitive" African fertility music used to make our culturally pure white children sexually promiscuous. Lists of subversive groups and House Committee on Un-American Activities documents are in the book's appendix to imbue the dire warnings with authority.<br><br>Presciently, Rev. Noebel clearly descibes Pavlov's behavioral programming studies and makes the case for vigilance against commie psychological warfare but without any recognition that the US government is also busily reshaping minds in its own image.<br>If he had any idea what was happening in the CIA's MKUltra experiments and Operation Mockingbird's role in carrying out the psycho-political mandate of Truman's Psychological Strategy Board, Rev. Noebel might not have looked so far east for demonic conspiracy.<br><br>What's ironic is that the Beatles sound got behind the Iron Curtain and had exactly the effect on their youth Noebel worried was coming the other way at America.<br><br>So Netanyahu is exactly right about the influence of cultural messaging and mirror neurons. We tend to imitate or become what we see. Making Muslim youth crave consumer goods will have an effect on the stability of their governments.<br><br>Consumerism will stir up Iranians as religion pacifies Americans.<br><br>The religious seem to be more hypervigilantly sensitive to cultural influences, perhaps due to more inflamed amygdalas or other biological disposition.<br><br>Consider the hoopla over a Danish paper's printing of a cartoon depicting Mohammed which is utterly forbidden in the Koran, no icons are to be attached to God. This sin of attaching things to God is called "shirking." <br><br>A French newspaper in the middle east just had its editor fired for printing a cartoon with several prophets commiserating with Muhammed for being depicted in cartoons.<br><br>Again, with the French angering Muslims. Hmmm...<br><br> <p></p><i>Edited by: <A HREF=http://p216.ezboard.com/brigorousintuition.showUserPublicProfile?gid=hughmanateewins>Hugh Manatee Wins</A> at: 2/3/06 9:39 pm<br></i>
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thoughts on ribald programming

Postby mother » Sat Feb 04, 2006 1:25 am

I guess the subversion of cultures with pornography is part of the whole spiritual attack on humanity. Apparently there is a huge addictive aspect to it, causing mayhem and damage to people's lives, especially in the South of the US.(porno). Netanyahu, is he working for the black pope or something? Hey, is there any way to get JD back? Ican't even figure out how to create paragraphs typing, forget about PMs. If you're out there JD, come back and we can all diss theJjesuits and masons and Opus Dei. I am very sorry for railing at you when it is Phelps I can't stand. Anyway, antiaristo is the one who'll be fire-pitted, so don't worry. I would add a smiley-winky guy if I could make it work. <p></p><i></i>
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Re: thoughts on ribald programming

Postby dbeach » Mon Feb 06, 2006 3:52 pm

I think of religion as cloud cover for the more sinsiter agenda of the power elites.<br><br>total control of your life.<br><br>including forced micro-chip or death in a multitude of possibilities...<br><br>Americans have NEVER really been persecuted for religion<br><br>and most americans have not suffered as many have suffered in other nations<br><br>So if the elites have their way its gonna be a huge persecution of all religions,dissidents,political activists and any others who resist the satanic/luciferian takeover...<br><br>Then again ..I had a dream bush got arrested last summer<br><br>which is still possible... <p></p><i></i>
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