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  1. I'm going to have to catch up with reading David's later books. I'm not an avid reader, I only tend to read a couple of books a year but they're all important ones. Was Human Race Get Off Your Knees your introduction to David's work? My introduction came through watching a channel 4 documentary called Secret Rulers of the Universe. Immediately I borrowed every book of David's available from the local library. I read Love Changes Everything, In the Light of Experience and Truth Vibrations. It was through reading these books I first became cognizant of unsustainable economic growth.
  2. Freemasonry has a teleological purpose for humanity and if you don't fit into this 'great work of ages' you are worthless. Lower degree Freemasons beneath their charitable work for favoured causes are the most aggressive and territorial humans one could meet. They are typical self-made men or self-made thugs as I prefer to call them, who are pillars of the community. They will use their secretive connections in local communities to sabotage the lives of anyone they take an irrational dislike toward or who do not fit into their perfectly ordered community.
  3. It makes sense that someone from a Masonic background, who has always fitted perfectly into a community would interpret an original metaphysical experience as being a threat to themselves and their territory. Those who have never been part of a society or parish committee are ready for eternity.
  4. I look forward to the new refined fora. It'll be good to turn a new leaf and I don't think threads from the previous forum should be reinstated. The essential information pertaining to coronavirus can be reassembled in new threads.
  5. It's the only principle which matters and anyone who doesn't understand this is not as spiritually advanced as they like to think they are. Christianity accomadates the warped morality of human beings. It allows them to relinquish moral responsibility for their own actions and still be saved. It condemns all killing, except when its 'Just War', which it always is when Christian interests are at stake. It doesn't surprise me you have respect for Jewish law because you worship the same warlord. Christianity is the more hypocritical of the two religions.
  6. Stupid colloquial accents aren't going to get you very far in eternity.
  7. There isn't one. Nature is amoral and so are human beings. In an amoral environment, immoral actions will have an advantage. This is why unscrupulous humans tend to be successful. Religions which absolve human nature become widespread but religions without salvific consolation for moral relinquishment, struggle to survive and have comparatively few adherents.
  8. The demiurge derives from the artisan who fashioned the physical world in Plato's Timaeus.
  9. Well the UK has a one-upmanship mindset and always has to go the unnecessary extra mile. I'll bet in years to come, if international football tournaments resume, English football hooligans abroad will be chanting to rival supporters, 'Our lockdown was longer than yours!'.
  10. I didn't realize you were being that serious. I hope you're not thinking of doing anything silly?
  11. Yes, it's generally known as dying.
  12. You sound like the sort of person who has a photograph of bomber Harris on the mantlepeice and a scale model version of Dresden after the firestorm. Still well done, you've somehow managed over 670 little gems like the one above.
  13. I'm more worried about Truthspoon, he hasn't logged on for seventeen hours. What a shame if he's been driven away by the court Jewess and an international clique who have opinions so mild and comfortably middle-class they wouldn't be out of place on the BBC Politics show. This clique resents people like Truthspoon who have a natural profundity, so the best they can do is accuse his passion of being, 'anger' or 'hate' and then use this to shut him down and marginalize him. This place won't be the same without him.
  14. Every Christian I've ever personally met has been a rabid Zionist. I know this is not representative of every Christian but I assume those who are exceptions must be rare. Christianity, whether you like it or not, is inextricably linked with Judaism.
  15. I had no idea Deborah Lipstadt posted here.
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