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Old 09-10-2011, 01:34 AM   #81
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Yes. In doing this, Jesus also stopped the system of blood sacrifice which made the temple into a slaughter house, because the money was being used to buy and sell sacrificial animals.
Jesus threw the Jews out of the temple for the act of selling knowledge of law for silver and gold.
Similar, if not the exact same thing lawyers do today.
Where if you pay enough, you are above the law.
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Old 09-10-2011, 02:54 AM   #82
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What they do not tell everyone is the hanging of the Witches of Salem were, in fact. hanging lawyers for practicing their craft.
http://www.rumormillnews.com/cgi-bin...mes/read/41700

PAUL HARVEY ON: THE "VERMIN" INFESTING COLONIAL AMERICA

[From "Paul Harvey's 'The Rest Of The Story"]

"If there is a stain on the record of our forefathers, a dark hour in the
earliest history of the American Colonies, it would be the hanging of the
'witches' at Salem. But that was a pinpoint in place and time-- a brief lapse into
hysteria. For the most part, our seventeenth century colonists were scrupulously
fair, even in fear.

"There was one group of people they feared with reason -- a society, you
might say, whose often insidious craft had
claimed a multitude of victims, ever since the Middle ages in Europe. One
group of people were hated and feared from Massachusetts Bay to Virginia. The
Magistrate would not burn them at the stake, although surely a great many of the
colonists would have recommended such a solution. Our forefathers were baffled
by them.

"In the first place, where did they come from? Of all who sailed from England
to Plymouth in 1620, not one of them was aboard. 'VERMIN.' That's what the
Colonist called them. Parasites who fed on human misery, spreading sorrow and
confusion wherever they went. 'DESTRUCTIVE' they were called. And still they
were permitted coexistence with the colonists. For a while, anyway. Of course
there were colonial laws prohibiting the practice of their infamous craft.
Somehow a way was always found around all those laws.

"In 1641, Massachusetts Bay colony took a novel approach to the problem. The
governors attempted to starve the 'devils' out of existence through economic
exclusion. They were denied wages, and thereby it was hoped that they would
perish. Four years later, Virginia followed the example of Massachusetts Bay, and
for a while it seemed that the dilemma had been resolved. It had not, somehow
the parasites managed to survive, and the mere nearness of them made the
colonists skin crawl.

"In 1658, In Virginia, the final solution: Banishment; EXILE. The
"treacherous ones" were cast out of the colony. At last, after decades of enduring the
psychological gloom, the sun came out and the birds sang, and all was right with
the world. And the elation continued for a generation. I'm not sure why the
Virginians eventually allowed the outcasts to return, but they did. In 1680,
after twenty-two years, the despised ones were readmitted to the colony on the
condition that they be subjected to the strictest surveillance.

"How soon we forget! For indeed over the next half century or so, the imposed
restrictions were slowly, quietly swept away. And those whose treachery had
been feared since the Middle ages ultimately took their place in society. You
see, the vermin' that once infested colonial America, the parasites who prayed
on the misfortunes of their neighbors until finally they were officially
banished from Virginia, those dreaded, despised, outcasts, masters of confusion
were known as ... lawyers."

--------END OF PAUL HARVEY'S THE REST OF THE STORY----------

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Old 13-10-2011, 12:26 AM   #83
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Everything becomes corrupt. Everything that was ever created will become corrupt. Until the next new thing is envisioned, it too will become corrupt.

Still doesn't change the fact that people commit crimes and lets just get down to the basics everyone understands. Killing your neighbour or stealing from them. This is a crime you would agree?

So man has created a multitude of laws that apply due to the situations people find themselves in. When accused of a crime you may be innocent of, you require legal representation, Anything else would be tantamount to suicide. So hating all lawyers is stupid. Man will always bring order to chaos.

No I agree though their is a lot of corruption all to do with bureaucracy and quota shit and making the bucks. But not everyone can be a idealist, Mankind does share one basic common denominator and that is materialism, It may be our greatest curse but it may also be the glue that keeps society together.

Now I agree their may be powerful banking elites who have orchestrated our development over countless generations to get us to this point.
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Old 16-10-2011, 06:12 AM   #84
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Good information

www.youtube.com/watch?v=T65c8QPYNrA
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