Aug 19, 2006 05:39 PM
Mark, trying to jump on the bandwagon I see by attacking Frank? I
believe the dark side of the force and Vadar means zionist in the
Vatican (ex. Black Pope) more-so than Frank.
You forgot to mention the 50 million Judeo-Christians who think Jesus
was a Jew, and who just happen to be at times evangelistic and
intolerant. In your opinion, since you find many of these Christians
more intolerant than Jews, did you know that the millions of
evangalistic Judeo-Christians read the Scofield version of the King
James Bible? And besides Mr. Scofield being a convicted criminal he
was also a well known Zionist. Did you know that term coined by Jacob
Frank - (a zionist-Sabbatian Satanist) was in fact "Judeo-Christian"?
King James I (who was a Freemason Templar-Knight) as per Rudolph
Steiner, compiling the King James Bible was not planning on Mr.
Scofield altering it be pro "return to Israel". If people followed
your logic, Freemasons would also have to be intolerant (because King
James was a Mason) and I think most of these Judeo-Christians would do
whatever the Zionists ask. Afterall, they are the "chosen race"
according to their beliefs right?
But good luck trying to find a real Christian or a real Jew, or real
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Mark Jaqua <proto37@...> wrote:
> Re: AL QAEDA & NAZIS NOT NEEDED IN THEOS-TALK
> I agree with Carlos. I hate seeing Frank
> the Nazi's crap, and it makes theosophist look
> bad. The poor guy is scizophrenic & Frenic
> - under a Mamo-line of force, or the "dark
> side of the force," able to believe in two
> opposites at the same time - Theosophy vs
> hate-filled Nazism at the same time.
> As for Jews - I say the more Jews
> the better. As a theosophist, who would
> you rather live around, jews or christians?
> Jews without doubt are more tolerant.
> Christians just persecute other religions,
> which maybe isn't as bad as the large arm
> of fanatic moslems, who may outright kill
> them. Where there's no brains, there's
> no toleration or principles, except as
> a passing phase.
> - jake j.
> <2a. AL QAEDA & NAZIS NOT NEEDED IN THEOS-TALK
> Posted by: "carlosaveline" carlosaveline@...
> Date: Fri Aug 18, 2006 1:47 pm (PDT)
> <Dear Eldon Tucker, dear Friends,
> <I invite you to take a look at the postings made during the first
> after September 11, 2001.
> <After an initial message by a "NOS" asking if N. Y.'s theos-talkers
> were all alive, this same "NOS" and Frank Reitemayer proceed to say and
> repeat that the USA and its people are responsible for having been
> <attacked by the Al Qaeda terrorists; that all democracy is a fake,
> <Jews are the only responsible for all human problems, and so on.
> <They also stated that the Twin Towers Terrorist attack was in fact
> <by George Bush himself and the Jewish. This is the old Nazi technique
> of putting the all guilt and responsibility in the victims themselves.
> <Perhaps Eldon, being owner of this e-group, can consider doing
> something, as here we have indirect (sometimes direct) apology to
> <actions, and tireless apology of Nazism and anti-semitism in a
> <Theosophical list.
> <It is not fair for the members of the list to have this kind of stuff
> here. It is harmful to the movement, as it creates confusion regarding
> <the relation of the movement with NAZIS and TERRORISTS.
> <It is not true that Theosophy has anything to do with any form of
> authoritarian violence, systematic hatred for democracy or
> <As this is a theosophical list, discussion of present world affairs
> <here should be made from the viewpoint of respect for life and for all
> I invite those who have a deep respect for human rights in general
> <for the theosophical movement in particular to speak out and/or to
> <write to Eldon Tucker asking for some practical measures -- beyond
> <The coalition Al Qaeda/Nazi Party has no place here, I guess.
> <A theosophical list must not accept Nazi/Terrorist propaganda.
> <Best regards, Carlos.
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