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Former VP of WHO: Vaccinated are Dangerous & should be isolated from society

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Published on 16 Sep 2021 / In Uncategorized

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AryanRooster
AryanRooster 1 month ago

Thank God that we’re not Jew-Jabbed Zombie Golems.

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scm_bacont
scm_bacont 1 month ago

I found this a while ago and it vanished into thin air...

Go figure!!!

Been trying to tell people about this guy, but always look like a twat...

You're a fucking hero! Thank you!

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Pɪʀᴀᴛᴇ Pᴇᴛᴇ

I have a much better version of it on bitchute... I will post a link to it below.

https://www.bitchute.com/video/GJbk7kNxymSS/

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scm_bacont
scm_bacont 1 month ago

@Pɪʀᴀᴛᴇ Pᴇᴛᴇ:

Wish I had a clue how to save all these types of things when they first came out...

That's the one!!!

We'd be fucked by now without people like you! Keep up the good work, brother!

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Pɪʀᴀᴛᴇ Pᴇᴛᴇ

@scm_bacont: I use a firefox browser with a video plugin that lets me download just about any video online. Then there are a few online video downloaders too. I'm glad I could help.

Thank you for the kind words...

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cemcw
cemcw 1 month ago

@Pɪʀᴀᴛᴇ Pᴇᴛᴇ: what's the video plugin? Thanks

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Eckhart
Eckhart 1 month ago

@Pɪʀᴀᴛᴇ Pᴇᴛᴇ: or use one of these: https://www.acethinker.com/online-downloader

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Pɪʀᴀᴛᴇ Pᴇᴛᴇ

@cemcw: It is called Video Download Helper... I just click on it while a video is playing and it sees it, then I hit download.

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Pɪʀᴀᴛᴇ Pᴇᴛᴇ

@Eckhart: Yup, I have seen a few different ones... ones that are specific to certain platforms.

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Eckhart
Eckhart 1 month ago

@Pɪʀᴀᴛᴇ Pᴇᴛᴇ: that should work for most of them. If am stuck on anything there is normally a YouTube help video.

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Pɪʀᴀᴛᴇ Pᴇᴛᴇ

@Eckhart: Good to know, TY. I saved it as a bookmark just in case...

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Sirloin
Sirloin 30 days ago

We need 2 be heroes& speakers of truth!

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scm_bacont
scm_bacont 30 days ago

@Sirloin:

Couldn't agree more!

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Sibbeloth
Sibbeloth 1 month ago

This guy looks like a jew but sounds like a nazi. I would say this is confusing but it's really not considering the jews derive their statehood and current special victim status from the League of Nations now renamed the United Nations as a result of the nazis. Incidentally zionism which is not Judaism is said to have been started by a Nasi, Joseph Nasi (Joao Micas) a Portuguese Sephardic jew with influence in the Ottoman empire.

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HereAmI
HereAmI 1 month ago

Please explain how somebody speaking about vaccinations "Sounds like a Nazi."
You appear to be creating a false equivalence and then building a facile case upon that.
Jews do not derive their statehood from "the nazis" but from Britain, whose politicians framed the Balfour declaration; but admittedly, the German state then expedited their transfer to that stolen territory, although Hitler realised how they would abuse that, and so wanted them moved en masse to the eastern territories once the war was over, hence his transferring of them to the Polish camps during the war, and his original plan to send them to Madagascar, although my advice to him was always that they should rather be transferred to Antarctica.

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Sibbeloth
Sibbeloth 30 days ago

@HereAmI: It sounds like he's saying they should be isolated, as in placed in concentration camps. To be fair it was late and I transposed his meaning between jabbed and unjabbed. I do agree the jabbed are problematic for the rest of us who have not accepted the mark of the jew. I do stand behind my additional commentary unrelated, a Nasi is credited as the origin of zionism. I know much of Hitler's work yet because he lost any point to be made about him is moot. Our only take away from Hitler should be "don't lose". He should have protected his heavy water operation better, had he achieved a fission weapon before the jews did I have no doubt it would have been put to good use and nobody would be discussing anything about the jews or israel at this tangent in time.

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HereAmI
HereAmI 29 days ago

@Sibbeloth:

As I understand it, zionism has for many centuries been part and parcel of the jewish plan to rule the world.
Leviticus 25, 10 states that the chosen people will return to their homeland, which as you know they were finally ejected from in 135 AD at the time of the Bar Kochba revolt; and then the rabbis injected into that scripture the bizarre belief that 6 million would have to die before that happened; hence their continual references to holocausts of one sort or another.
Your source then would simply be reiterating what was standard jewish belief.

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Sibbeloth
Sibbeloth 29 days ago

@HereAmI: I have concluded the same. Jews created their own prophecy, that exactly half of their people must die before they may establish a homeland based on their religious affiliation which is now promoted as a distinct ethnic group. This is why jews are rapidly passing laws preventing anyone from disputing the 6 million number. As well, it is the reason we see 6 million appear 10 or more years before the official narrative became static. This is also counter to the jewish scripture which clearly states by forming a jewish state without god they will invoke his wrath upon them. I assume the jews also believe transferring their sins into a chicken swung in a circular fashion over their heads will save them from retribution.

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HereAmI
HereAmI 29 days ago

@Sibbeloth:

Are you still claiming that the origin of the zionist plan came from the person you mentioned?
And I am not sure that those rabbis mentioned believed that "exactly half their people would have to die" before they were allowed to return to the land God had expelled the children of Israel from.
All they said was that 6 million would need to die - or in fact, any number including the numeral six.
Clearly, the jew has no relevance to prophecies made by God wrt the latter group of people - except inasmuch as He has stated that they are the ones against whom He has indignation for ever - and that He will in due time subject them to a real holocaust.

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Sibbeloth
Sibbeloth 29 days ago

@HereAmI: What I believe is of little consequence. What's important is they (the jews) believe it. I am merely using the jew's own narratives, such as a Nasi being credited as the origin of zionism. Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_Zionism When you control the book as the Gabbai does it is easy to write the ending to the story you want. We should be questioning, as you are, where does our information come from and has anyone had opportunity to revise it. I think we are both intelligent enough to make assumptions about where conventional knowledge is being sourced and why.

Exactly one half it was... in the future it is approximately two thirds. Source: Arnold G. Fruchtenbaum, “The Little Apocalypse of Zechariah,” The End Times Controversy: The Second Coming Under Attack, eds. Tim LaHaye and Thomas Ice (Eugene, OR: Harvest House, 2003), 262 .... this is a very specific reference. What you can learn from it is searching on it and noticing how many places it appears word for word. Just as we now hear word for word repetition of MSM propaganda.

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HereAmI
HereAmI 29 days ago

@Sibbeloth:

What you believe is of absolute consequence, because what you believe - and propagate - directly affects your eternal future, and influences those who listen to what you say.
It is extremely nihilist to say that what you think doesn't matter - it does.
And can you honestly say that a race known universally for its mendacity actually believes what its spokespeople say?
Or is their father the devil, and the original liar?
As I said, the origins of zionism go back well before this man of whom you speak.
And by no means do these people "control the Book" - even though they have deceived many with their false statements about themselves and about the nature of their relationship with it.
So our task is not to pander to conventional knowledge; but to transcend it, and give light to those who dwell in darkness; and we do this by exposing the works of darkness engendered by these people, and by showing those who look for it what the real truth is about these things.
I note your reference to yet more jewish subterfuge in the book you mention; and the involvement in it of Mr La Haye, as we might expect; and their straining at a gnat and swallowing a camel when it comes to interpreting beyond all recognition a single reference to an eventual return to the land, as given in Leviticus.

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Sibbeloth
Sibbeloth 29 days ago

@HereAmI: So then god's law and judgement is the law of attraction? I thought that was trendy new age rubbish. Nietzsche was on to something with the death of god. I see his work is still alive and well. The jew's father is the devil according to John 8:44. The origins of zionism may go back further than the Nasi who jews today are crediting with it's origin, but that was not the point... it was irony in that a Nasi is credited with creating zionism. I disagree, jews do control the book... in fact just imagine Christianity without jews having ever existed. Jesus Christ! They have convinced everyone he was a jew... in some cases a rabbi who hated Christians and was said to have called the apostles drunkard fools who worshiped the wrong god (Source: gospel of Judas). We all dwelll in darkness, it is by design and this is why we are born without a memory. Yes yes, I agree 100p, yet more jewish subterfuge... however the point in that was not about the content of La Haye jewberg shekelgrabber's content rather it was about how that information ranks in an internet search, and how widely those exact words appear many times under "Christian websites". Think as you will of me but my opinions are my own and the manner in which I express them is meant to fold the jewish narrative control inward on itself to illustrate how extremely fragile it is.

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HereAmI
HereAmI 29 days ago

@Sibbeloth:

God's law is by no means what you suggest; in fact obeying it often brings the hatred of others and poverty; because from His example we understand that we should not seek earthly rewards, but rather, should seek only to do the will of God, which is exemplified by His commandment that we should love one another as He loved us.
Nietzsche may have said many things; and I rather like what he said about women; but either way, he is dead and gone now, and can look forward only to future judgement and permanent obliteration.
I see that now you are talking about irony rather than historical fact; but that was not how you presented the story about Nasi originally.
And the fact that the jew has a reprehensible role to play in God's purposes as spelled out in the Bible is neither here nor there, in addition to which of course he never even existed for the first four thousand years during which this passion play has taken shape.
And I can assure you, there are many who know, despite jewish lying, that the Lord Jesus Christ, to Whom you will answer for taking His Name in vain, according to the third commandment, is by no means a jew.
And I suspect that no Christian will have any truck with any so called "Gospel of Judas", when that man by no means brought "good news" to anybody except other jews.
But again, we do not all dwell in darkness.
You do, and by choice, because you have refused to either repent of your sins, or to ask for the forgiveness which is freely available to all, and bought at great price.
God's design was that we should dwell in light, not in darkness, and this is why the creation account has Him speaking of those things which were either good, or very good, until the fallen angel corrupted what He had done.
I see you put "Christian websites" in apostrophes, and this is good, as they are clearly not Christian, as what they are repeating is jewish fable, not Christian truth.
"My opinions are my own" - and this is true of the unregenerate everywhere and at all times, as scripture says, "Every man doing what is right in his own eyes" - but no good will come of this supposed freedom to think as you wish - ultimately, it is not what you think that has importance, but what God thinks, and what God has said.
So to that extent, of course, you were right when you said "My opinions are of little consequence" - except inasmuch as they match up with God's opinions, which He has made freely available to us.

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Sibbeloth
Sibbeloth 29 days ago

@HereAmI: I am not attempting to challenge your faith or anyone else's here but I will say Nietzsche sent a powerful message by declaring god dead and underscoring it as being humanity's fault collectively. He was able to swing extreme and unpalpable concepts like a maul against the psyche of the people, and those in power knew this so they gave him a platform by which to have greater impact on a wider audience. I think Nietzsche's point on god has been missed. I believe his work to be calling into question the words men so obviously put into the mouth of god. Pascal's Wager attempted to make a similar point however it was much less provocative than Nietzsche's methods. It begs the question "where do we get our information from". If you question why informational gate keepers such as universities, governments and religions are required then you may understand Nietzsche's attack on the military concept of hearts and minds and used the momentum of that strategy to destroy 'in word' an immortal, almighty and all knowing being. His work still stands today, often challenged but still standing because it is useful to the information powers that be.

I do sincerely hope I get to meet Jesus Christ, I have much to ask him about whipping the money changers in the temple.

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HereAmI
HereAmI 28 days ago

@Sibbeloth:

Nietzsche will soon get to meet the God Whom he declared to be dead, - as you will.
He will learn that the penalty for the sins he was guilty of is his own death, not God's.
The Lord Jesus already explained to you why He did what He did in the Temple - they had turned His Father's house into a place of merchandise and theft - they inflated the cost of the "Temple money" so as to steal from those wishing to sacrifice their worldly goods to the God Who is the owner of all goods.
These individuals will also learn that their fate is extermination, as is clearly foretold in the Parable of the Vineyard.
For what shall it profit a man to gain the whole world, and lose his soul.
"The soul that sinneth, it shall die."
Thus saith the Lord.

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Sibbeloth
Sibbeloth 28 days ago

@HereAmI: I look forward to it as I will speak very critically of his lack of attention to his creation as jews run rampant through the halls of authority plotting against the entirety of god's creation as an omnipotent all-knowing eye is turned blind to their vile deeds.

I will gladly accept complete annihilation as my Moksha (release) from the cycle of Samsara, but not before I rail against the jews in the face of their creator. Who is to say, perhaps this is the purpose for which the creator created me.

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HereAmI
HereAmI 28 days ago

@HereAmI:

And the purpose for which God created you?
It's right there, in the First Commandment.

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HereAmI
HereAmI 28 days ago

@Sibbeloth:

"The eyes of the LORD are in every place; beholding the evil and the good", so yet again, your assertion is invalid.
What you should understand is that God gave mankind free will, to choose for good or evil; and we know what the result of that choice has brought to the world - inter alia, the presence of the jew in it.
But as we learn, "All things work together for good to them that love God", so even this abominable creature, the jew, is used to bring good to God's people.
He does this because he murdered the Son of God, which enabled Him to offer Himself as a sacrifice to the Father Who had been offended by sin to thus forgive it, by exacting the vengeance due to us upon His only begotten Son.
It also allowed God to express the depths of His love to us, and show us that many waters cannot quench it; it will prevail even in the face of the horrific death which the Son willingly accepted so as to spare us, His beloved creation, from it.
As He stated, "Greater love hath no man than this, than that a man should lay down his life for his friend."
What you further fail to understand is that God did not create the jew, he effectively created himself through his own choice to be evil.
Either way, I suspect that so many are the multitudes who will be alongside you on the broad and downhill path that leads to destruction, that God will not have time to listen to your impotent railings, and you will be sent on your way, and finally silenced, to your meeting with destiny, and the blackness of darkness for ever.

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Sibbeloth
Sibbeloth 28 days ago

@HereAmI: If god gave us freewill why did he deny us knowledge and punish us when we did obtain it. Every parent should want their child to be better than they were and to prosper with more understanding and knowledge than they did. God's actions in these words written by men about him indicate he is not only a bad and uncaring parent, but also a spiteful one. God being the beginning and the end... the tesseract upon which all things exist. Yet, he is blind to suffering. Avalokiteshvara makes a more righteous god than the gods of monotheism in that he/she intentionally seeks out suffering with the intent of ending it.

There are problems with the story of the son of god, as it was god incarnate as a jew. The s tory makes little sense when god as Christ addresses himself in Mark 15:34 "Eil, Eil, lemana Shabaqthani" in which he addresess himself questioning why he has been abandoned to suffer in this world. The question resonates with a genuine tone yet who the question is directed at does not when you consider Christ is the embodiment of god himself.

I am content with failing in a world of constant burden and consumption for it is a logical conclusion we were designed not only to suffer, but to fail. It is a badge of honour.

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HereAmI
HereAmI 27 days ago

@Sibbeloth:

Again you are wrong.
This seems to be a common theme.
God clearly did not deny us knowledge, because we obtained it - remember "The tree of the knowledge of good and evil"?
But he said if we obtained that knowledge, it would kill us.
Which it did, despite the lies of the snake that it wouldn't.
So He was telling us what was best for us, as any good parent does.
But you praise knowledge as if it is always a good thing, "Every parent should want...." etc.
But the wisest man bar one that ever lived did not ask for knowledge; he asked for wisdom.
Wisdom is knowing how best to use knowledge - so we have knowledge, but clearly, we do not have wisdom, so your entire thesis is deeply flawed, as one would expect.
You do not have the indwelling spirit of God, which gives wisdom.
So God's actions in these words written by men paint Him as the wisest and most caring of parents; again, as we would expect.
"He is blind to suffering."
Do you know the shortest verse in the Bible?
"Jesus wept."
God is God, He cannot be "a jew".
He existed from the beginning; do you remember John chapter one verse one?
"In the beginning was the word, and the word was with God, and the word was God."
God as Christ did not address Himself; He addressed His Father.
And He always knew that He would be abandoned, as scripture states that God cannot look upon sin.
He had wept about this in the Garden of Gethsemane.
Christ is the image of God, as well as being the embodiment of Him.
Let me give you a simple analogy which I find helpful.
When you train binoculars on a distant object, are you experiencing the object itself - which you would have to lay hands on to actually do that?
Or are you experiencing its image, which is not the same thing, and yet which clearly is intimately associated with that reality, and one cannot exist without the other?
The reason for your suffering in this world is not because you are honourable, but because you are a sinner, and have wilfully rejected the God Who has done all things that you might live, but you choose your foolish pride, and your "human honour" - whereas scripture states that honour only comes from God.
Now you can come up with these "questions" until the end of time, but if you continue in this vein, then your end is certain.
You cannot exist in a created universe without having a deep and intimate connection to, and knowledge of, and love for, that Creator.
If you do not have this, then at a certain finite and fast-approaching time, you will be written out of the Book of Life, and remembered no more, as it is written.

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Sibbeloth
Sibbeloth 27 days ago

@HereAmI: For a comment that starts with a proclamation of my error and ends with my assured damnation it is rather long winded. It still seems as though you are attempting to convince me of something I have already come to a conclusion by my own observations.

I do not have a deep connection to the creator of this world because it made an unforgivable offense against us all in creating jews.

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HereAmI
HereAmI 27 days ago

@Sibbeloth:

Every point that I made so well was necessary to expose your deeply entrenched folly.
I note that you never attempt to refute what I say; you simply move on to some other delusional belief of yours.
However, it seems that you are unable to understand the simple point that I made about the jew, and who created him.

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HereAmI
HereAmI 27 days ago

@Sibbeloth:

It simply refutes your assertions one by one; so if you do not like a lengthy reply, do not make so many points.
But I am not attempting to convince you of anything; I am simply telling you how God states His position, and whether you accept that position or not, it is He with Whom you have to do, not me.
And I have already explained simply and clearly how the jew came to be, so I will not repeat that explanation again.

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Sibbeloth
Sibbeloth 27 days ago

@HereAmI: Since you seem to have such intimate knowledge of god, could you provide me with a physical description of him?

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HereAmI
HereAmI 27 days ago

@Sibbeloth:

"No man hath seen God at any time; the only-begotten Son which is in the bosom of the Father, He hath declared Him."
Do you remember the hint I gave you about the relationship between an image and the thing - or Person, which it represents?
So the Lord Jesus Christ is the image of God.
Think of what you know about what male Caucasians look lie, and let your imagination do the rest.
You can start off with the basics; ie two hands, two feet, a head, a beard....soon you will have a complete Person.
You can add in "A man of sorrow, and acquainted with grief" to get some emotional content.
Also, the fact that on one occasion, His face shone like the sun...

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Sibbeloth
Sibbeloth 27 days ago

@HereAmI: If Christ was a jew then god is a jew? See, this is what I was talking about. I'll take eternal death over living in a world with a jew godhead.

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HereAmI
HereAmI 27 days ago

@Sibbeloth:

You are really dense.
It has already been explained to you that Christ was not a jew, because He was "from the beginning" and jews only emerged in 125 BC.
The jews descend from Abraham's bastard son Ishmael, and Isaac's son Esau, "whom God hated", and they were known as the Edomites, and dwelt in the land of Edom, aka Idumaea, until they were forced to convert and circumcize themselves by the Hebrew High Priest John Hyrcanus in the year mentioned.
They then subverted the religion, as jews always do, and by the time of Christ's birth, they were holding the High Priesthood itself, in the guise of Annas and Caiaphas.
But feel free to ignore every second or third line of what I say if it is too much for you to read.

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Sibbeloth
Sibbeloth 27 days ago

@HereAmI: dense with knowledge of the jew and contemplation as to why a father figure all knowing being would permit his children to have contact with jews in any way. I know the majority of the jew's fables and myths, yet not one can explain what I know of this world through observation.

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HereAmI
HereAmI 27 days ago

@Sibbeloth:

I again explained that to you, that the jew is the ultimate expression of the perversion of the free will which God gave us.
If you prefer being an automaton in a candy-coloured world in which the only things that happen are good things, then good loses all meaning; but rather than expose us to such a one-dimensional and frankly tedious world, God gave us free will and ordained that through evil, would come good for God's people.
Your own stupidity is turned on its head by God; and in due time, He will judge you for your stupidity, and for your stupid decision to choose your way over His way; which as I again explained, leads simply to eternal extinction - which you want anyway, so God is good, and He gives you what you want.
You cannot continue with these thoughts of yours in a world which He has created.

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Sibbeloth
Sibbeloth 27 days ago

@HereAmI: One thing you are failing to observe about god's word, and this is true outside of monotheism as well. Death is not an option. Just as it is with the jews who rule this place, we are permitted to die but never completely. We are never permitted to leave even under Moksha, which is merely a choice to never return.

Know them by their fruits. It is said god created the jews so I question his ability for goodness.

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HereAmI
HereAmI 26 days ago

@Sibbeloth:

You are incorrigible, as are all who lack the indwelling spirit.
"Ye must be born again".
But we know from God's word that those of us who have repented and believed and obeyed will never die; because death is the wages of sin, and just as the sinless man Christ Jesus rose from the dead because there was no sin in Him, so we are seen by God through Him as sinless, and so likewise we will never die - at least if we do, then we will be resurrected to life eternal, as He was.
But the jews will die, as you will - you and they, hate them though you do - and rightly so - are seen by God as equally corrupt and deserving of obliteration.
All these silly buddhist ideas are corrupting your brain, you should do a file dump on them.
But it is not said that God created the jews; I have told you at least three times now that they created themselves, by choosing to do evil with the free will that God gave us all.
Question all day and every day, but you will never escape God's judgement on you; which as I say, will ultimately give you what you want, ie death and permanent removal from the creation.
You will have heard of the weeping and gnashing of teeth which the condemned will experience, and this will be when they finally realise that it could all have been so different, and yet they chose not to repent - and believe.

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Sibbeloth
Sibbeloth 26 days ago

@HereAmI: I represent that remark and I am obstinate not incorrigible, there's a difference. This is why god created me. I know you have your beliefs, and if that's what gets you through this then god bless you sir or madame. Buddhism has not corrupted me nearly as much as Manichaeism has.

This is the difference between us. You believe, I desire to know. To know the revisions and the revisionists of the words of any and all gods. Much as changed since the Eternal Aeon.

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exposethejeugenda
exposethejeugenda 1 month ago

good find!

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