Commenter Profile

Athens versus Jerusalem

June 26, 2017 11:18 am

"J's choseness is the key to the understanding of liberal/progressive's psychosis."

Gilad, the way you explain the connection in your book leaves no doubt in the reader's mind that this is indeed the case.

I'd just like to add here that Jerusalemite jews insist they are 'chosen', while Athenian Jesus preached that "we are all the children of god".  Jesus rejected 'chosenism'.

Jews said 'an eye for an eye' and Jesus said 'turn the other cheek' etc.

Jesus clearly rejected the fundamentals of  Jerusalemitism - and it cost him his life in the end.

June 27, 2017 12:15 pm

Would we really need a White House in a 'oneness' world?

August 31, 2017 7:50 pm
Thanks chu. Great share. I say Abby Martin is pure Athenian grit and charm. Another Athenian journalist, Aidan O'Brien, has a cool read at Counterpunch: https://www.counterpunch.org/2017/08/31/homage-to-syria/
July 21, 2017 2:38 pm

Thanks, chu.

... minimum civil penalty of $250,000 and a maximum criminal penalty of $1 million and 20 years in prison.

Oh lookie there how jew power waves giant menacing fist at broke goy masses:  Yessiri Bob, political gangsterism at its finest!

Meh - so let them overreach and get big bad blow-back.  Yet again.

But my real gripe here is not with the venal jews behind this fascistic censorship, I've grown to expect no less than pure evil from them.  My rage trigger here, my justified anger is directed towards those treasonous senators who are pushing this hideous, anti democratic, anti 1st Amendment, anti American psycho-coocoo document.  We need their names and their vital statistics.  We need to target them because they are targeting us.  We need to wage civic war against them.  We need to flack 'em and sack 'em and henceforth force them to enter a dejewfication rehab center.

Having said all this,  I'm not worried about this Bill - it'll never pass - and in the meantime, it gives jew-power really, really bad PR.  But weirdly, this is what they want - they just love creating enemies - they thrive on being unpopular and hated.  They very much like the sensation of fear of the 'other'.

Think about it: it's a combination of pathological arrogance and virile desperation that drives jew power to such absurdist senatorial commotions.

They sure are nervous.  And I am not.

We are not!

Taboos And Booze For The Masses

July 3, 2017 3:20 am

So often it happens that when a negative article about israel is published in the MSM, the comments section is disabled.  I find that even more telling than the article content itself.

Israel and U.S.: Why More Young, Black and Latino Americans Than Ever Before Don't Like Israel

http://www.newsweek.com/israel-america-630900

July 3, 2017 3:37 am

You can easily pick out the hasbarados who rushed to defend israel on reddit's discussion of the article above:

https://www.reddit.com/r/news/comments/6ks1hy/israel_and_us_young_black_and_latino_americans/

June 30, 2017 3:54 pm

So the jewish ADL and other corrupt religious leaders want Tillerson to appoint an envoy to fight 'global' antisemiticism after Trump refused to do so.  Arrogant, self-serving Jewish power has no bounds, no shame and no respect for democracy.

https://www.jta.org/2017/06/28/news-opinion/united-states/adl-religious-leaders-call-on-rex-tillerson-to-appoint-envoy-to-combat-anti-semitism

Bedtime Story For Gilad

August 13, 2017 8:06 am

... reincarnation... very very likely attainable.

Yet it's NEVER happened since the beginning of time.  Not even in nature is there "reincarnation", ie: a dead tree is NOT reborn, but its seed indeed creates A BRAND NEW TREE, similar to the mother tree BUT NOT A 100% EXACT, IDENTICAL REINCARNATION of it - science has proved this already.  I think it's actually YOU who is theorizing while I'm assessing according to available facts, or lack of existing facts.

People who base their existence and beliefs on the intangible concept of an external ancient "spirit" are pagans lost in a pathological fantasy land.  They are usually anti-intellectual and depend on caprice and mythology to justify their rootless philosophy.

There is no proof whatsoever that the ancient hebrew tribes "connected" with god - in fact the opposite is true: so full of violent prejudice and ill-intent towards the 'other' their writings are.  But you are free to believe this nonsense and to spell the word 'god' the way the swindling hebrews do.

I'm not "offended" by your belief system, but I am definitely bored and uninspired by it.

Some of us are seekers of the truth and some of us are seekers of comfort and escapism from reality.  Neither is better or worse than the other.  The question here and always has been is:  which school of thought actually helps humanity in the long run: uncomfortable truth or false hope?

August 12, 2017 4:09 am

Hi intertwiningserpents.  Your comment is based on the unproven assumption that reincarnation exists.

The concepts of burial and of reincarnation came to us from early caveman who observed the yearly return of the seasons and the sprouting of new life out of dead seeds.  They thought that if you buried the corpse of a human, they too would return/sprout again in the following seasonal cycle.  Evidently, never did such a thing ever occur, despite the trillions who have lived and died and got buried.

Just because nature is cyclical does not mean that Homo Sapien life is.  Nature is a lot easier to decipher than the cosmology of man.  It seems to me that we have 'stages' of life (babydom, youth, old age), instead of cycles.  We are born, then one day we die.  This much, we are 100% sure of.  We have a point of beginning and a point of cessation.  Connecting these two points thus creates a line and not a 'circle' of life.  This simple observation and the lack of verifiable testimonials makes me think that reincarnation is a failed concept.

August 13, 2017 9:55 am
There is NO EVIDENCE of reincarnation, dear interwiningserpents. Nobody has ever provided evidence of it and you yourself, in the course of this conversation, certainly haven't either. The example of a "british tourist" you provide is moot and idiotic - there is plenty of evidence to support the British invasion of Tibet, but there is ZERO evidence that supports the existence of reincarnation. Your religious arrogance is a turnoff: neither you nor your pretentious 'hebrew ancients' have a clue about god. I don't claim to have a clue either. In fact, my whole argument is that NOBODY knows this 'god thing', and if they did, it's unwordable and not found in either modern or ancient text. It's best that you now stop posting your aggressive, religious delusions of grandeur - they will be deleted without further notice.
August 13, 2017 9:05 pm
Hinduism is older than judaism. Vedic culture is approximately 5,000 years old; jewish culture is approximately between 3,500 and 3,800 years old. But I'm sure your jewish teachers/masters have convinced you otherwise: convinced you that they are the very first seed of religion itself, that god's light shines out of their fucking asses! Perhaps a little anthropological perspective can be helpful and illuminating to you here. You really need to consider the immense effect of the eastern Trade Routes on the spread and morphing of philosophical and religious ideas; on storytelling; on science, medicine and tech innovations of the time; on music, art, fashion, architecture, culture, cuisine - on pretty much everything. There are also, notably, many names shared in the east between different cultures - numerous shared names especially between Arabia, India and Persia going all the way back to pre-Abrahamic times. Abraham's wife, Sara, was certainly not the first woman to be named so - and of course, it's no surprise that India would have its version of 'Saravita', considering the Trade Route Effect and all. Here I propose that the name Sara has roots in Saravita and not the other way round: because Vedic cosmology is older than the jewish one by a good one thousand years: giving more than enough time for the Hindu Saravita's vibrant name and reputation to travel from Indian temples to Arabian souks; then consequently be customized to suit Arabian tongue and alphabet, an alphabet that does not include the letter 'v' - thus Saravita is shortened simply into the softer-dreamier sounding and easier to pronounce, 'Sara'. It's the epitome of naivety to believe that the ancient hebrews were so pure and oh so holier-than-thou and that it only went pear-shaped for them after "the golden calf episode". Only people who don't know jewish history and also lack insight into the human condition would say such a thing. Honestly, I despair at conversations like this where I don't learn anything new from the opposition. What a waste of time and opportunity. I'm definitely not doing this tomorrow. Pff. Good night from the Levant and a lovely peace to everyone - except to those who plot evil against us.
August 13, 2017 10:56 am
When you insist on asserting that your ideas on god are the real thing but provide not a single piece of evidence to back this up, and when you simultaneously poo-poo others (the "sleeples") for not thinking like yourself, then I categorize this arrogant attitude as a 'delusion of grandeur'.
August 13, 2017 3:28 pm

I refer you here to the contemporary jewish-isreali historian and academic, Shlomo Sands, who thoroughly, methodically and meticulously researched and found not a single shred of evidence that supports the jewish-spun tale of an exodus from Egypt.  His book is titled 'The Invention of the Jewish People'.  Relevantly, since the publication of his book several years ago, not a single israeli or jewish or gentile historian or academic has dared to risk reputation and come forth to debunk his solid findings.  Evidently, therefore, what Mr. Sands presents and deduces in his book is the unadulterated facts as he discovered them.  Interwiningserpents, I recommend you read Sands' book before you ruinously attach yourself any further to yet another jewish religious lie found in the old testament.

Moreover, it behooves you to read the works of ancient Arab historians too, jewish and gentile alike, who were documenting the acts and 'character' of the first Hebrews in real time.  These desert Arab-Hebrews you so praise and put on a spiritual pedestal most certainly were NOT connected to a spirituality or a divinity - certainly, their rabbihood wasn't.  Records clearly show that all they ever cared about was how to accumulate, dominate and control the currency of the time: the date harvest.  Substitute the date fruit with shekels and will see that they have not one bit changed in their greed and pathological desire to dominate 'the other', to inflict mass suffering on gentiledom through sleight of hand and wilful deception.

Thankfully, most of the world realizes the jewish religious scam - explains why judaism is the least popular religion of any religion on earth - and why it will always be bottom of the pops for bottom feeders.

I write the above not to irk you, but as a genuine and friendly share: for your consideration.

August 13, 2017 4:49 am

I have often stated that there is no proof of Jesus's existence - that despite this, the message of humanism associated with his figure remains important and valid in our times.  I'm more than happy to correct my semantics and say that the 'character and attributes' associated with the figure of Jesus are Athenian, instead of my shorthand of "Jesus was an Athenian" that apparently so irked you.  I'll go further and repeat (yet again) the fact that the only Abrahamic prophet whom we know definitely existed is that of the Islamic prophet Mohammad.  We have not a single proof of the existence of Abraham, Moses or Jesus.  All we have on them three ancient dudes is what the jewish cultists have written - and it is a FACT that jewish writings on religion are infested with self-serving lies, contradictions and not with the unadulterated truth.  Numerous examples of this exist in the old testament/torah.

If you read my comment again, you will note that I never said "Buddhism has given ZERO aid to the world".  I wonder here how much prejudice you already felt while responding to my statements.

The rest of your comment is neither original, radical or enlightening - I've heard your exact argument a thousand times before and because it lacks evidence, I cannot intellectually digest it as 'truth'.

We will just have to agree to disagree at this stage and leave it at that.  You should know that I especially have no interest in debating people who spell the word 'god' as "G-d".  This in itself is indicative of a judaic brainwash - something that I find particularly nauseating.

You are welcome to comment further, but I will delete your comment if it contains nothing new and only repeats your earlier unsubstantiated assertions.  I will be doing this not for censorship, but to spare myself and my readers unnecessary waste of precious time.

Here, I thank you for your input and wish you luck in your personal godly endeavors.

August 12, 2017 4:47 am

I'm sorry to say, intertwiningserpents, but the 'bible' is not a reliable source of facts.

Plus, I don't believe that the biblical character of Abraham, if he ever existed, would know more about the god-thing than what the best of modern man has to offer.

All these religious sects that claim special esoteric knowledge that they keep secret all to themselves are just private, puerile god-clubs.  They have given ZERO aid to the world.  They talk the talk, but they certainly don't walk the walk.

And Hinduism?  Come on, intertwiningserpents, the Hindu gods are depicted as having eight arms, elephant trunks and such.  I just cannot roll with that.  Ever.

Consider here that the ancient trade routes were like our modern internet: connecting people and their ideas:  a platform for the exchange of new ideas between differing cultures, not just goods.  Indian traders on the move may have very well encountered friendly and generous believers of Abraham from far away lands and incorporated their names into their fantastical cosmology.  Worth considering this plausibility.

I do not for second believe that the ancients were more 'connected' to the god-thing than we are in modern times.  Indeed, when we read the histories of the ancients in the four corners of the world, we see giant patches of grim, anti-humanitarian ignorance in their societies and priesthoods: untouched by enlightenment, by kindness and divinity.

I do not subscribe to the messianic vision of the world.  There is no external savior and no rescue from the mass waking-sleep that we are all in.  There is only the individual birth, followed by their comic-tragedies, followed by death.  And it was always forever thus.