Tuesday, 7 July 2015

CATHOLICISM AND ISLAM - CONPIRACY THEORY



The above video shows Walter Veith.

He speaks about the True Christians and about the Satanic Christians who created Islam.

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"Who was responsible for plotting the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001? George W. Bush and the CIA.

"What made the Twin Towers fall? They were brought down not by the airplanes but by explosives previously planted by the CIA in the buildings.

"What was the actual fate of Saddam Hussein? He died in 1999—it was his body double that was hung in 2003. 

"What is the truth behind Islam? It is a secret creation of the Roman Catholic Church, invented by the Vatican and planted in the Middle East to stamp out the last remnants of non-Catholic “true” Christianity."

The Dark Fantasy World of Walter Veith - Spectrum Magazine.


14 comments:

  1. "That's all folks" or whatever they said at the end of those fine 'Loony Tune' cartoons.

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  2. I’m upset, as I should be. I trust there are believers – in God or otherwise – who have compassion and hope, a combination of guts and balls and the fortitude to do all and anything to beat the ‘dreadful few’. Aching, angry and - in the example of Jesus - are laying down our lives for friends and family... and all. I so want to ever-more rightly and wail out, and talk up, cry out aloud and groan, in and toward, God... utterly disorientated whilst knowing: THIS MUST NOT BE. A people taken into exile, into Babylon but remembering the promised land. Last night I stumbled on a MSM report about a ubiquitous tattooed, queer talking (inclusivity accepted – at least in my reading), fun-loving smuggy, said to be, ‘not Christian enough for the right or too Jesus-y for the left’. Supposedly, ‘pretty uncomfortable going’. No, about as conventional as the cult of individuality, slurping, tapping bearded bobbly ones, todays’ ‘beautiful’ people. Liberal and lame. Dead, dead, dead… to anything much mattering but culture and cool. (Oh, forgive me, sensible sounding social action – think Bono). I was in the now emergent, was alternative, early punky start. On the turn into the 90’s, (NOS, Late Late Service and handful of others), that as soon as began, moved insipid new-wavey, morphing through and re-dressing many Evangelical's going on to plant little – and I mean little and few – alternate independent pockets. All now looking oh so funky and fresh but might as well wear matching uniforms. The Empire loves them, a circus of distraction whilst the prison is being finished.

    I did Walter the Prof. ‘The Reformation’ a few years ago, I should wade through the video, bound to be informative in parts but it’ll all be frustratingly NWO aware but alarmingly keep calm and carry on. Their second-cousins, and significantly more prominent Charismatic’s have their online lecturers (other proudly distinctive that only ‘they’, get right), again all illuminati-talking but more interested in mapping the supposedly Biblical signposts. (Question, even if hypothetically correct, can anyone tell me God’s purpose in doing that?). It’s almost always Zionist and always anti-Cath. I mentioned tatt-vile above, because it’s another version of ‘anything to keep us looking but not act-ing genuinely counter-wise’. Talking Aangirfan thinking is not so we – only – ‘eat, drink and be merry’ and in a collective sense, certainly not, passively go along with, ‘for tomorrow we die’ (i.e. the transhumanist-lock up). Who and why is a start but promoting the answer is to reform a patently un-reformable wider-church, (or in this man’s case, have us become alternative Adventist’s) is way off the mark. Sinning, wicked and woefully debilitating for all who sit (always sitting) and listening like audiences do and participator’s don’t. OH MY GOD where’s the prayer calling, properly prophetic, cutting through, women and men of God? We need these dynamos for light. We need God.
    Mark


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    1. We need god? Really?

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  3. Who can determine what "True Christianity" is?

    Recommended reading:

    A Short History of Christianity
    Second Edition, Revised, With Additions

    by J. M. (John Mackinnon) Robertson, 1856-1933

    Published 1913

    Excerpt:

    § 3. The Gnostic Movement in the Second Century

    In New Testament Greek the same word has to stand for "sect" and "heresy," a fact premonitory of what must happen to every new idea in religion. Any process of reasoning whatever must have led to differences of opinion among the converts of Paul or of the Pauline epistles; and such differences, leading necessarily, among zealots, to animosities, are among the first phenomena of Christism. As we have seen, the chief "heresies" of the first century, stigmatized as such by the later Church, were really independent cults older than itself ; and there is reason to think that the "Nicolitaines" execrated in the Apocalypse were really the followers of Paul. At the beginning of the second century, again, the first heretics on record are the Elcesaites, who, however, as we saw, were obviously not an offshoot from the Jesuists, but a separate body, their Christ being a gigantic spirit and their doctrine a cluster of symbolisms. It is with the so-called Gnostics, the claimants to a higher Gnosis or knowledge, that heresy begins in Gentile Christianity; and as some of these are already in evidence in the Pauline epistles, and had interpolated the synoptics (Mt. xiii, Mk. iv, Lk. xii, 49, sq.), to say nothing of framing the fourth gospel, they may fairly be reckoned among "the first Christians." Ere long, however, they begin clearly to differentiate from the Christism of the New Testament.

    https://archive.org/details/cu31924029223173

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  4. There's also A Short History of Christianity by Stephen Tomkins. Wanna bring it on. Ramones come to mind. Gabba gabba hey...
    Mark

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    1. Gestation of a Superhero

      Piety and Dreams Sire a Godman

      Beliefs created the Man, not the Man beliefs

      http://www.jesusneverexisted.com/godman.html

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  5. Mel Blanc the author of looney tunes, had this emblazoned on his tombstone "That is all folks". He went out with style.

    The above article reminds me of the of the Richard Gere quote: "You leave me breathless!"

    Let us wade back in time a bit.

    https://dublinsmick.wordpress.com/2013/10/09/religion-means-pathway-to-truth-some-pathways-are-a-long-winding-road/

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    1. I liked the epitaph on Spike Milligan's headstone: "I told you I was ill."

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  6. mix

    http://www.globalresearch.ca/ukraine-merges-nazis-and-islamists-to-fight-russians/5461295

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  7. "My own mind is my own church"

    Excerpts from The Age of Reason by Thomas Paine

    I do not believe in the creed professed by the Jewish church, by the Roman church, by the Greek church, by the Turkish church, by the Protestant church, nor by any church that I know of. My own mind is my own church.

    All national institutions of churches, whether Jewish, Christian or Turkish, appear to me no other than human inventions, set up to terrify and enslave mankind, and monopolize power and profit.
    ...
    It is impossible to calculate the moral mischief, if I may so express it, that mental lying has produced in society. When a man has so far corrupted and prostituted the chastity of his mind, as to subscribe his professional belief to things he does not believe, he has prepared himself for the commission of every other crime. He takes up the trade of a priest for the sake of gain, and in order to qualify himself for that trade, he begins with a perjury. Can we conceive any thing more destructive to morality than this?
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    When Moses told the children of Israel that he received the two tables of the commandments from the hands of God, they were not obliged to believe him, because they had no other authority for it than his telling them so; and I have no other authority for it than some historian telling me so. The commandments carry no internal evidence of divinity with them; they contain some good moral precepts, such as any man qualified to be a lawgiver, or a legislator, could produce himself, without having recourse to supernatural intervention.

    When I am told that the Koran was written in Heaven and brought to Mahomet by an angel, the account comes too near the same kind of hearsay evidence and second-hand authority as the former. I did not see the angel myself, and, therefore, I have a right not to believe it.

    When also I am told that a woman called the Virgin Mary, said, or gave out, that she was with child without any cohabitation with a man, and that her betrothed husband, Joseph, said that an angel told him so, I have a right to believe them or not; such a circumstance required a much stronger evidence than their bare word for it; but we have not even this — for neither Joseph nor Mary wrote any such matter themselves; it is only reported by others that they said so — it is hearsay upon hearsay, and I do not choose to rest my belief upon such evidence.

    http://kennysideshow.blogspot.com/2012/09/my-own-mind-is-my-own-church.html

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  8. Darkmoon, Spivey, Crimes of Empire, VT and more consistently Tap and Aangirfan provide considerable space for, ‘no God, yes God, inc. Jesus is?’ This, explored in the context of the conspiracy, with more or less encouragement for us to consider there’s question, not categorical conclusions, around the damage or value, the Bible and followers (?) cause. Comments generally involve a shoot out between ‘gotta be pros’ and “it’s a con, ob-viously-ers”. The ‘believers’ on an understandable back foot due to the consensus against them, overwhelmingly so, if middle of the road agnostics on, ‘God is here and now – and knowable’ are included. Aside from any textual or historical investigation, contemporary claimed owners of ‘jesus’ can take and make that name the unquestionable enemy of this, and those, good site’s mandates. It’s not only church-based abuse and murder but the theology that kills and spreads illuminati bondage and confusion.

    If we assume there's no ‘Jesus claimed God’, the outcome is, these books of bible words lack internal integrity and so, are no more than ridiculously influential novels. Now unlike others who state this, only the awoken would consider if and how they’re one more concocted - albeit a bit of a granddaddy – product, from one or more secret society which as we know, the wicked money and arms bosses claim as their heritage etc etc. I’m genuinely up for any investigation to unearth more evidence towards establishing this. Do, or could, I believe this is the size of it? I have to say in theory “yes” but a whole lotta lovin, reality from unseen, in credible, Jesus like God dealings, with this ol’ wrecking messing me… so, nah. Ok “yes and no” and certainly, yes for sure in the mix, post-early church. Nevertheless, the dreadful and deceived destroyers sit on their material heap with beliefs about bible and church... about god or not, and for all their purposeful self-revelation, I don’t expect this is something they want us to suss, beyond what they strategically and symbolically allow. At least not until they come to their planned grotesque fuller unfolding and believed culmination into their new age (IF, they can do).

    So, not wanting to rattle on too much, can agreement to differ, unite in this: what do ‘they’ believe and what beyond material activity does it look like they claim to experience?

    My concern is that our Christian or Atheist insecurities will have us grabbing our guns and we’re back at the O.K. Corral.

    Mark

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  9. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hw9sOhhcK_o

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  10. http://www.independent.co.uk/voices/comment/white-people-may-deny-it-but-racismis-back-in-britain-10384129.html

    Imagine the Times running a headline
    "Black people may deny it but racism is rife in Africa"

    No I cannot either which tells you that we have an Anti-White, anti European press in Britain. And who is the mainstream press owned by?

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  11. New world Order- some kind of crusade?
    We know a lot of the NWO people are Crypto-Nazis- closely allied in beliefs to satanists/ sabbateans.
    Are the ISIS group a central part of the "religious" crusade as it were, rather than just a tool to control the middle east, create division (and terrify/ cull the rest of us)
    The ISIS philosophy seems pretty much a satanist one, down to the beheadings etc, despite all the propaganda it seems to have very little to do with the customs/ beliefs of most practicing or culturally generational muslims.

    The Pope is in on this crusade this too- both in a (very loosely) religious and environmental sense. A lot of the traditions and beliefs of the church over millenia seem to have been changed for the purpose, so the Pope can profess a newfound love of gaia, and sudden desire for population control.
    Will ISIS attack roman catholics, or prefer to slaughter protestants? Will religious/ tradtional jews become a target? ( we presume any secular/ sabbatean ones will be left alone)
    Will the ISIS become an integral part of the fighting arm of the "west" to fight Russia/ China (communism)?
    http://endofwesternciv.blogspot.co.uk/2014/03/islam-religion-of-new-world-order.html


    http://www.globalresearch.ca/ukraine-merges-nazis-and-islamists-to-fight-russians/5461295

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