In my last article, I revealed that the Social Security System has been implemented in over 130 countries, that it is run by the United Nations and World Bank, and that it was created by the League of Nations 8 years before it was implemented in the United States. I then referred to this system and the Social Security number as the precursor to the Number of the Mark of the Beast.
Surprised by the response, I was truly disappointed at the comments left by readers. I found the rigidness of their religious dogma disturbing to say the least, literally bypassing the facts presented in lieu of correcting biblical citations and interpretations. And thus, I started thinking about how religion often takes people away from not only knowledge itself – but from God Himself; how the legal system takes the simplicity out of God’s law to do no harm; how corporations like pharmaceuticals take God’s natural healing out of medicine; and – depending on which of the over 1,000 one true religions they are a member of – how similar the joining of a religion is to the joining of a political party. And so I came up with the following list…
Religion and Political Parties
What’s the Difference?
Both start out with a corporate charter of beliefs by the leaders of that religion or political party.
These charters and beliefs are claimed by both entities to be divinely inspired.
Both change these charters and beliefs as times change, as technology improves, as law requires it, and as opposing knowledge and books become more accessible to the public at large.
Both are registered with the State via their Articles of Incorporation.
Both write and re-write history; and then edit and interpret their own writings.
They are both a form of control, both in political and moral correctness.
Members of both fear excommunication and public ridicule for questioning or acting against these chartered beliefs.
Political parties make the laws of the land and command consent, while religions teach that members must follow the “law of the land” as God commands.
Both give power to otherwise powerless men, who dress in robes and judge all people.
Political parties call law the Bible. Religions call the Bible the law.
Both must swear upon and to the bible (God) before giving testimony.
Both project a public persona that each is separate from the other…
Yet both are hopelessly intertwined.
You must be registered to both to be a member…
If you are not registered to both, your voice doesn’t count and your vote is not counted.
You are allowed to change political parties or religions at any time – as long as you are in one of them and aren’t thinking for yourself.
Both claim to be transparent and honest, doing their deeds in the light…
Yet both are well known to hide some of their deeds in the dark; without disclosure, and even against the very ethics they set for themselves.
Both claim to be non-profit…
And both avoid taxes on their for-profit ventures.
One allows atonement of sin through faith, followed by probationary good behavior…
The other allows atonement of sin through prison (or execution), followed by probationary good behavior…
And both offer these atoning people free bibles and religious last rights.
Both include many minority races and creeds…
And both focus those cultural differences into one divinely inspired political focus – to the detriment of any minorities who won’t consent or believe.
Both are non-governmental corporations that heavily influence government and politics.
Both have a list of ten things for which many of their beliefs are influenced in a major way…
Both preach these rights, ethics, morals, and family values virtually non-stop…
Both continuously break their promises to uphold these or live by example.
Both have been caught many times over in pedophilia related activities…
Both are very protective of this fact and the people involved in these activities…
Both have public relations officers to handle the public’s outrage at these actions so as to ensure the continuity of the corporation…
And both are protected from these crimes and from any major public scrutiny or punishment by the court system (BAR) and in the mainstream media (Public Opinion).
Both are the subjects of countless jokes made in poor taste.
Both rely on the ignorance of their members with regards to their business related and political activities…
And both despise watch-dog groups.
Both accept and rely on donations.
Both have leaders that wear expensive suits and receive very good pensions.
Both promise hope and change to the poor and working class, but never quite deliver.
Both offer a welfare system that’s never quite enough to really make a difference in society… other than to maintain the poverty level.
“In God We Trust” is the credo of both – after all, it says so on the thing they both worship the most.
Both have national and international rules and codes…
Both have members who do not question these rules or their leaders for fear of public ostracizing and ridicule.
Both have a healthy fear of some of the other well-connected-to-each-other members.
Both adhere to strict political correctness in public…
Yet both talk badly about other members behind their backs, and sometimes even in public forums or elections.
Both affect the lives of every person in the world… whether those people are members or not.
Both claim that they know what is best for We, the People.
Both declare that they are the one true and only way to salvation…
Both promise this eventual salvation from tyranny and evil – if only their members will have faith in them and wait patiently, for long enough…
Of course, both have been making this promise for many, many, many generations.
Both blame every other political party or religion for all of the problems in the world.
Both influence and help to define and legislate the legal definition of marriage…
Both cooperate and promote marriage as a legally binding contract where the State is the third party and legal owner of the fruits (children) of that marriage…
And both veil this legal contract in God’s will and blessing; providing marriage “ceremonies” and “services”.
Both claim that the constitution of the United States was divinely inspired, despite the opposite opinions of the personal writings of many of the founding fathers (prophets) that signed it.
Sadly, both believe and falsely preach that the right to congregate in public and worship comes from the constitution and “Bill Of Rights” instead of from God Himself.
Both are effusively and irrevocably supportive of the illegal “State” of Israel.
Both define Jews as the chosen people.
Both are more afraid of AIPAC and the ADL than of the devil himself.
Both are heavily influenced by the United Nations.
The CIA and other government agencies have infiltrated both.
Government regulates both.
And yet both pay little or no taxes to government.
And after all of this… do you still wonder who came up with the
rule that you shouldn’t discuss religion or politics in mixed company?
Next article: Priests And Politicians: Is There A Difference?
–Clint Richardson (realitybloger.wordpress.com)
–Thursday, May 10, 2012