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Jesus would be branded a “domestic terrorist” today

John Whitehead

Christ Driving the Money Changers out of the Temple – VALENTIN DE BOULOGNE

“When the song of the angels is stilled, when the star in the sky is gone, when the kings and princes are home, when the shepherds are back with their flocks, the work of Christmas begins: to find the lost, to heal the broken, to feed the hungry, to release the prisoner, to rebuild the nations, to bring peace among the people, to make music in the heart.”Howard Thurman, theologian and civil rights activist

The Christmas story of a baby born in a manger is a familiar one.

The Roman Empire, a police state in its own right, had ordered that a census be conducted. Joseph and his pregnant wife Mary traveled to the little town of Bethlehem so that they could be counted. There being no room for the couple at any of the inns, they stayed in a stable (a barn), where Mary gave birth to a baby boy, Jesus. Warned that the government planned to kill the baby, Jesus’ family fled with him to Egypt until it was safe to return to their native land.

Yet what if Jesus had been born 2,000 years later.

What if, instead of being born into the Roman police state, Jesus had been born at this moment in time? What kind of reception would Jesus and his family be given? Would we recognize the Christ child’s humanity, let alone his divinity? Would we treat him any differently than he was treated by the Roman Empire?

If his family were forced to flee violence in their native country and sought refuge and asylum within our borders, what sanctuary would we offer them?A singular number of churches across the country have asked those very questions in recent years, and their conclusions were depicted with unnerving accuracy by nativity scenes in which Jesus and his family are separated, segregated and caged in individual chain-link pens, topped by barbed wire fencing.

Those nativity scenes were a pointed attempt to remind the modern world that the narrative about the birth of Jesus is one that speaks on multiple fronts to a world that has allowed the life, teachings and crucifixion of Jesus to be drowned out by partisan politics, secularism, materialism and war, all driven by a manipulative shadow government called the Deep State.

The modern-day church has largely shied away from applying Jesus’ teachings to modern problems such as war, poverty, immigration, etc., but thankfully there have been individuals throughout history who ask themselves and the world: what would Jesus do.

What would Jesus—the baby born in Bethlehem who grew into an itinerant preacher and revolutionary activist, who not only died challenging the police state of his day (namely, the Roman Empire) but spent his adult life speaking truth to power, challenging the status quo of his day, and pushing back against the abuses of the Roman Empire—do about the injustices of our modern age.

Dietrich Bonhoeffer asked himself what Jesus would have done about the horrors perpetrated by Hitler and his assassins. The answer: Bonhoeffer was executed by Hitler for attempting to undermine the tyranny at the heart of Nazi Germany.

Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn asked himself what Jesus would have done about the soul-destroying gulags and labor camps of the Soviet Union. The answer: Solzhenitsyn found his voice and used it to speak out about government oppression and brutality.

Martin Luther King Jr. asked himself what Jesus would have done about America’s warmongering. The answer: declaring “my conscience leaves me no other choice,” King risked widespread condemnation as well as his life when he publicly opposed the Vietnam War on moral and economic grounds.

Even now, despite the popularity of the phrase “What Would Jesus Do?” (WWJD) in Christian circles, there remains a disconnect in the modern church between the teachings of Christ and the suffering of what Jesus in Matthew 25 refers to as the “least of these.

Yet this is not a theological gray area: Jesus was unequivocal about his views on many things, not the least of which was charity, compassion, war, tyranny and love.

After all, Jesus—the revered preacher, teacher, radical and prophet—was born into a police state not unlike the growing menace of the American police state. When he grew up, he had powerful, profound things to say, things that would change how we view people, alter government policies and change the world. “Blessed are the merciful,” “Blessed are the peacemakers,” and “Love your enemies” are just a few examples of his most profound and revolutionary teachings.

When confronted by those in authority, Jesus did not shy away from speaking truth to power. Indeed, his teachings undermined the political and religious establishment of his day. It cost him his life. He was eventually crucified as a warning to others not to challenge the powers-that-be.

Can you imagine what Jesus’ life would have been like if, instead of being born into the Roman police state, he had been born and raised in the American police state.

Consider the following if you will.

Had Jesus been born in the era of the America police state, rather than traveling to Bethlehem for a census, Jesus’ parents would have been mailed a 28-page American Community Survey, a mandatory government questionnaire documenting their habits, household inhabitants, work schedule, how many toilets are in your home, etc. The penalty for not responding to this invasive survey can go as high as $5,000.

Instead of being born in a manger, Jesus might have been born at home. Rather than wise men and shepherds bringing gifts, however, the baby’s parents might have been forced to ward off visits from state social workers intent on prosecuting them for the home birth. One couple in Washington had all three of their children removed after social services objected to the two youngest being birthed in an unassisted home delivery.

Had Jesus been born in a hospital, his blood and DNA would have been taken without his parents’ knowledge or consent and entered into a government biobank. While most states require newborn screening, a growing number are holding onto that genetic material long-term for research, analysis and purposes yet to be disclosed.

Then again, had Jesus’ parents been undocumented immigrants, they and the newborn baby might have been shuffled to a profit-driven, private prison for illegals where they first would have been separated from each other, the children detained in make-shift cages, and the parents eventually turned into cheap, forced laborers for corporations such as Starbucks, Microsoft, Walmart, and Victoria’s Secret. There’s quite a lot of money to be made from imprisoning immigrants, especially when taxpayers are footing the bill.

From the time he was old enough to attend school, Jesus would have been drilled in lessons of compliance and obedience to government authorities, while learning little about his own rights. Had he been daring enough to speak out against injustice while still in school, he might have found himself tasered or beaten by a school resource officer, or at the very least suspended under a school zero tolerance policy that punishes minor infractions as harshly as more serious offenses.

Had Jesus disappeared for a few hours let alone days as a 12-year-old, his parents would have been handcuffed, arrested and jailed for parental negligence. Parents across the country have been arrested for far less “offenses” such as allowing their children to walk to the park unaccompanied and play in their front yard alone.

Rather than disappearing from the history books from his early teenaged years to adulthood, Jesus’ movements and personal data—including his biometrics—would have been documented, tracked, monitored and filed by governmental agencies and corporations such as Google and Microsoft. Incredibly, 95 percent of school districts share their student records with outside companies that are contracted to manage data, which they then use to market products to us.

From the moment Jesus made contact with an “extremist” such as John the Baptist, he would have been flagged for surveillance because of his association with a prominent activist, peaceful or otherwise. Since 9/11, the FBI has actively carried out surveillance and intelligence-gathering operations on a broad range of activist groups, from animal rights groups to poverty relief, anti-war groups and other such “extremist” organizations.

Jesus’ anti-government views would certainly have resulted in him being labeled a domestic extremist. Law enforcement agencies are being trained to recognize signs of anti-government extremism during interactions with potential extremists who share a “belief in the approaching collapse of government and the economy.

While traveling from community to community, Jesus might have been reported to government officials as “suspicious” under the Department of Homeland Security’s “See Something, Say Something” programs.

Many states, including New York, are providing individuals with phone apps that allow them to take photos of suspicious activity and report them to their state Intelligence Center, where they are reviewed and forwarded to law-enforcement agencies.

Rather than being permitted to live as an itinerant preacher, Jesus might have found himself threatened with arrest for daring to live off the grid or sleeping outside. In fact, the number of cities that have resorted to criminalizing homelessness by enacting bans on camping, sleeping in vehicles, loitering and begging in public has doubled.

Viewed by the government as a dissident and a potential threat to its power, Jesus might have had government spies planted among his followers to monitor his activities, report on his movements, and entrap him into breaking the law. Such Judases today—called informants—often receive hefty paychecks from the government for their treachery.

Had Jesus used the internet to spread his radical message of peace and love, he might have found his blog posts infiltrated by government spies attempting to undermine his integrity, discredit him or plant incriminating information online about him. At the very least, he would have had his website hacked and his email monitored.

Had Jesus attempted to feed large crowds of people, he would have been threatened with arrest for violating various ordinances prohibiting the distribution of food without a permit. Florida officials arrested a 90-year-old man for feeding the homeless on a public beach.

Had Jesus spoken publicly about his 40 days in the desert and his conversations with the devil, he might have been labeled mentally ill and detained in a psych ward against his will for a mandatory involuntary psychiatric hold with no access to family or friends. One Virginia man was arrested, strip searched, handcuffed to a table, diagnosed as having “mental health issues,” and locked up for five days in a mental health facility against his will apparently because of his slurred speech and unsteady gait.

Without a doubt, had Jesus attempted to overturn tables in a Jewish temple and rage against the materialism of religious institutions, he would have been charged with a hate crime. More than 45 states and the federal government have hate crime laws on the books.

Had anyone reported Jesus to the police as being potentially dangerous, he might have found himself confronted—and killed—by police officers for whom any perceived act of non-compliance (a twitch, a question, a frown) can result in them shooting first and asking questions later.

Rather than having armed guards capture Jesus in a public place, government officials would have ordered that a SWAT team carry out a raid on Jesus and his followers, complete with flash-bang grenades and military equipment.

There are upwards of 80,000 such SWAT team raids carried out every year, many on unsuspecting Americans who have no defense against such government invaders, even when such raids are done in error.

Instead of being detained by Roman guards, Jesus might have been made to “disappear” into a secret government detention center where he would have been interrogated, tortured and subjected to all manner of abuses. Chicago police have “disappeared” more than 7,000 people into a secret, off-the-books interrogation warehouse at Homan Square.

Charged with treason and labeled a domestic terrorist, Jesus might have been sentenced to a life-term in a private prison where he would have been forced to provide slave labor for corporations or put to death by way of the electric chair or a lethal mixture of drugs.

Indeed, as I make clear in my book Battlefield America: The War on the American People and in its fictional counterpart The Erik Blair Diaries, given the nature of government then and now, it is painfully evident that whether Jesus had been born in our modern age or his own, he still would have died at the hands of a police state.

Thus, as we draw near to Christmas with its celebration of miracles and promise of salvation, we would do well to remember that what happened in that manger on that starry night in Bethlehem is only the beginning of the story. That baby born in a police state grew up to be a man who did not turn away from the evils of his age but rather spoke out against it.

We must do no less.

Constitutional attorney and author John W. Whitehead is founder and president of The Rutherford Institute. His book Battlefield America: The War on the American People (SelectBooks, 2015) is available online at www.amazon.com. Whitehead can be contacted at [email protected]

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Allmodern
Allmodern
Jan 2, 2023 12:54 PM

Whatever happened to the Erica May Carey and Cleave Rengo case? Did they ever get their children back?

Thomas Egleston
Thomas Egleston
Dec 25, 2022 1:12 PM

Jesus was very good at hiding his love for Birthdays. His disciples were too.

bleak
bleak
Dec 25, 2022 5:01 AM

If Jesus were here today…

The CIA would create a new Division.Jesus and his closest disciples would be killed and their deaths called “suicides” in the press.Some politician (along with about 100 science-bishops) would create a new religion, saying only they understood him (Christ).Government hackers would commandeer The Blog of Christ and insert various untruths and half-truths. Even some open lies.Twitter deletes his account (@realJesusChrist ✓, what else?)McDonalds introduces The Christ Burger. It contains no real meat but it is Kosher.

Craigusmaximus
Craigusmaximus
Dec 25, 2022 3:46 AM

Wasn’t he considered a terrorist by the Romans? They stuck him up on a stick for it.

Mucho
Mucho
Dec 25, 2022 2:56 AM

Wow, Maxi Jazz of Faithless has died peacefully in his sleep age 65. It is wrong to speculate, but this is happening very often now, it’s getting quite blatant. This death will send shockwaves as Faithless were huge and played a lot of festivals so many many people know about them. R.I.P.

Faithless singer Maxi Jazz dies aged 65 | Reuters

Ananda
Ananda
Dec 25, 2022 3:47 PM
Reply to  Mucho

Something really ritualistic sacrificial
faithless priest dies at Christmas.

Hemlockfen
Hemlockfen
Dec 25, 2022 2:36 AM

That was intense. Just finished binging season one of The Chosen which is a new series about the life of Jesus as told in the bible. Then I read this. I wasn’t ready.

The Daily Wire did an interview with the producer of The Chosen this morning as part of their Morning Wire audio news segment.

The series is free so any streaming platform can carry it, if they so choose (no pun intended). Interestingly, the series makes it’s money through public investments (not donations). And you can still invest. Investors are getting 20% growth at this point according to what was said in this morning’s interview.

A great way to go around the Hollywood politics and avoid their woke gibberish,I thought.

https://watch.angelstudios.com/

STJOHNOFGRAFTON
STJOHNOFGRAFTON
Dec 25, 2022 12:24 AM
STJOHNOFGRAFTON
STJOHNOFGRAFTON
Dec 25, 2022 12:21 AM

The woke media at the news of Jesus’s birth:

Caroline
Caroline
Dec 24, 2022 11:02 PM

Brilliant. Thank you.

Howard
Howard
Dec 24, 2022 10:28 PM

If this Jesus were living today, and if he dared perform miracles (like changing water to wine) – he would end up a lab rat in a DARPA facility for the rest of his life so they could study how he managed to rearrange atoms.

You know: so the scientists could figure a way to change “enemy” weapons to toilet tissue. And thereby make the world safe for democracy.

Ananda
Ananda
Dec 24, 2022 9:58 PM

Question for the Christians Christmas day celebrators….
Why do you have Christmas crackers on the table.?

Luís
Luís
Dec 25, 2022 12:17 AM
Reply to  Ananda

That’s only a british tradition, mate.
That doesn’t exist in any catholic country [Portugal, Spain, Italy, France, Brazil, etc].
So it’s not a christian Christmas tradition at all!!!

Greenbean950
Greenbean950
Dec 24, 2022 9:31 PM

One year to the day that MLK came out against the Vietnam war he was murdered by the warfare state. an advisor warned him that he could oppose discrimination, but to oppose the war would be very dangerous.

Ort
Ort
Dec 24, 2022 8:48 PM

I’m surprised that no one presented the possibility that a modern-day adult Jesus as “domestic terrorist”, aka “Enemy of the State”, would’ve been preempted by Baby Jesus being shunted onto the “gender affirmation” conveyor belt in infancy and becoming transmogrified into a kind of imitation Blessed Virgin, or Mary Magdalene.  👰 

NickM
NickM
Dec 24, 2022 8:10 PM

“That baby born in a police state grew up to be a man who did not turn away from the evils of his age but rather spoke out against it. We must do no less.”

Nice punchy ending to a good sermon; though I think its theme — of being ready to pay the ultimate penalty for speaking truth — is more suitable to Easter Friday than to Christmas Day, which is the time to ring out the bells and carol the good news to all sorts and conditions of humankind:

“For unto us a Child is given, unto us a Son is born,
And He shall be called Wonderful” — The Messiah.

Duh
Duh
Dec 24, 2022 7:48 PM

Remember, at the founding of this nation we rejected Jesus and adopted the absurd notion of the 1st Amendment. This amendment made tyranny inevitable. It’s just gotten so bad that even the most blind of us can start to see it.
One man’s tyranny is another man’s utopia.

Martin Usher
Martin Usher
Dec 24, 2022 7:15 PM

I’d guess that if the birth happened today then what we would have is another West Bank Palestinian born into what is effectively a ghetto under the control of a hostile power that uses its obsession with security as the rationale for suppressing an entire people.

This is the Elephant in the Room. Most people don’t know the level of control exercised over these people, the extent of both suppression and expropriation. Their plight isn’t new, though. Idigenous peoples in North America suffered the same fate in the 19th century — marginalized, pushed into remote reservations and generally treated like crap. (…and any attempt to push back would be used to justify the treatment of the population as a whole)

jubal hershaw
jubal hershaw
Dec 24, 2022 7:14 PM

Whew ! Having read that long list i’m feeling a lot less worried about the WEFs New World Order. It’s mostly already here. I mean, how much worse can Schwab & Co’s NWO be ? (Or is it ‘What improvements can Schwab & Co add to the list ?}

letmepicyou
letmepicyou
Dec 24, 2022 7:09 PM

“Jesus” (not his actual name) would have been labeled a WHITE SUPREMACIST, a NAZI, and a WHITE NATIONALIST.

Because the main enemies of “Jesus” were and are the JEWS.
“Jesus” was WHITE, NOT JEWISH. NEVER make this mistake.

SeamusPadraig
SeamusPadraig
Dec 24, 2022 11:27 PM
Reply to  letmepicyou

Jesus was not the enemy of Jews as a people — how many of his disciples were Jewish? Eleven out of 12, I think? No, Jesus was simply the enemy of the Satanic Levites and Pharisees. Big difference!

BBBates
BBBates
Dec 28, 2022 1:33 AM
Reply to  SeamusPadraig

Jesus was a Jew. At the age of 12, he held forth in the temple and amazed the onlookers
with his knowledge of Jewish law and custom. Later at age 30 he was furious at how
his people where abusing the temple by using it for buying and selling goods and money changing — (see Mark 15). He wanted to reform the his people who had prophesized
the coming of a messiah, a role he wanted to fill, but they rejected him.

Sam - Admin2
Admin
Sam - Admin2
Dec 25, 2022 1:00 AM
Reply to  letmepicyou

I’m glad this comment hasn’t received the attention you clearly crave. A2

Allmodern
Allmodern
Jan 2, 2023 12:53 PM
Reply to  letmepicyou

You clearly haven’t read any of the Bible if you think Jesus was white and not jewish. The man was literally born in the Middle East to Jewish parents lol. He wasn’t born in the UK or something.

Charlotte Ruse
Charlotte Ruse
Dec 24, 2022 7:04 PM

If Jesus was living today, I hope he wouldn’t take the jab.

letmepicyou
letmepicyou
Dec 24, 2022 7:10 PM
Reply to  Charlotte Ruse

He would DEFINITELY not do that.

Ananda
Ananda
Dec 24, 2022 9:55 PM
Reply to  Charlotte Ruse

Would you denounced him if he did.?

Pilgrim Shadow
Pilgrim Shadow
Dec 25, 2022 12:08 AM
Reply to  Ananda

Jesus was “without sin.” Advocating the medically unnecessary, dangerous “vaxx” is a sinful act. Discernment.

For some reason, “pending.”

Mucho
Mucho
Dec 25, 2022 3:02 AM
Reply to  Charlotte Ruse

Eton scumfuck and agent of the Devil himself, Justin Welby, the Archbishop of Canterbury, has already channelled Jesus and sent the message to his victims (anyone who takes him seriously or doesn’t see a Satan infested twat when they have the misfortune of laying eyes on him)

Jesus would get a vaccine, Archbishop of Canterbury suggests | Daily Mail Online

StStephen
StStephen
Dec 24, 2022 6:13 PM

Nietzsche observed that there was only one Christian and he died on the Cross. While we’re busy revisiting the tale of the Holy Family and speculating about what Jesus might do if he were still around (His Second Coming being long overdue), let’s not forget, as we’re being asked to forget the crimes still being carried out in the name of The Covid, the crimes carried out in His Name by His followers and The Church: Christianity’s Wars of Religion, massacres of heretics, burnings, tortures, collaboration with Power…But wasn’t He also said to have said “Render unto Caesar…”?

Junious Ricardo Stanton
Junious Ricardo Stanton
Dec 24, 2022 5:35 PM

The question, what would happen if Yeshua Bar Joseph, (there never was a baby born in Roman era Palestine named Jesus) was born in the US today is a profound one. The US Empire like the British Empire before it, looks/looked to Rome for inspiration. The decadence and depravity that befell Rome is being replicated here ten fold so Yeshua and his family would stick out like a sore thumb. Being kind, selflessly helping others, sharing what he had and denouncing the values and status quo would make him an oddity subject to scorn and arrest by the authorities. He may not even have been born in modern America given the omnipresence of abortion!
Once born he would be subjected to threats of forced sex reorientation/changes by the government and its minions. Once the Wise ones informed the government of Yeshua’s birth he would be marked as a “person of interest”. Ironically back in the day. the family was advised to flee to Africa for safety,(did Yeshua and his family look like Africans?) where could be flee to safety in modern America?
He definitely would be locked up as a crazy man due to his worldview, philosophy and actions. Disrupting the flow of profits at the temple and his positive view and respect for ordinary common folk would subject him to suspicion, scorn and derision by bureaucrats. And like in Palestine thousands of years ago; when the state and local authorities framed him on bogus charges the masses, the same people he healed and helped would impotently stand by and allow him to be murdered.

rossgopicotrain
rossgopicotrain
Dec 24, 2022 5:13 PM

Well-written and powerful article; thx for invoking such an analogy; and, hopefully, making all of us ponder on such a question as, ‘what would Jesus do?’ RGB-Y2 out!!

wardropper
wardropper
Dec 24, 2022 5:11 PM

Jesus wouldn’t have survived primary school today.
His basic goodness has gone so completely out of fashion that nobody would give Him any sort of platform where He could teach.
Our institutionalized ‘authorities’ are no longer representative of decent people, and they are too many for us to deal with. The astonishing role model of what mankind could be, and ought to be, is now a very difficult thing to find on this earth.
I believe it can only be sought in the inner life of the small percentage of humanity that still gives a damn.
Especially now, I find it extremely revealing what Jesus said about the answers to worldly problems:
“My Kingdom is not of this world”, is now staring us in the face.

Merry Christmas to you all, and may the New Year bring the relief we so desperately need from the constant onslaught of the wicked political numskulls currently controlling us.

Lost in a dark wood
Lost in a dark wood
Dec 24, 2022 4:28 PM

Warning: This is NOT a parody!

Anti-Science Aggression

https://twitter.com/WHO/status/1602991915808456705
Dec 14, 2022
“Anti-vaccine activism, which I actually call anti-science aggression, has now become a major killing force globally.”
– @PeterHotez, Professor and Dean @BCM_TropMed, on the devastating impact of #misinformation and disinformation.
[Video – 52 secs]

https://twitter.com/WHO
World Health Organization (WHO)
@WHO
We are the #UnitedNations’ health agency – #HealthForAll.
Always check our latest tweets on #COVID19 for updated advice/information.
Non-Governmental & Nonprofit Organization Geneva, Switzerland
https://www.who.int
Joined April 2008

https://twitter.com/PeterHotez
Prof Peter Hotez MD PhD
@PeterHotez Vaccine Scientist-Author-Combat Antiscience @bcmhouston Professor Pediatrics Molecular Virology, @bcm_tropmed Dean, @TexasChildrens Chair in Tropical Pediatrics
Montrose, Houston TX
peterhotez.org
Joined May 2012
6,876 Following
326K Followers

https://momentmag.com/a-virulent-antisemitism-interview-with-dr-peter-hotez
A Virulent Antisemitism: An Interview with Dr. Peter Hotez
Dec 7, 2022

Peter J. Hotez (MD, PhD) is internationally known for his public science advocacy, having taken on anti-vax groups’ attempts to connect autism with vaccines and, more recently, for combating misinformation about fighting COVID. He regularly appears on major news shows and in print media and maintains an active presence on Twitter. In his forthcoming book, The Deadly Rise of Anti-Science: How Health Freedom Propaganda Endangers the World, Hotez estimates that 200,000 Americans needlessly lost their lives from COVID during the last half of 2021 alone, which he largely blames on propaganda from the far right.

The Anti-Defamation League presented you with the 2021 Milton S. Popkin Award, recognizing your efforts to combat antisemitism and its links to the anti-vaccine movement. Can you talk about those links and how it became a political force?

The anti-vaccine movement started with false assertions that vaccines cause autism, and that revved up in the early 2000s. Then, about ten years ago, it pivoted to become a political movement linked to the Republican Tea Party’s concept of health freedom, or medical freedom. That’s when the first anti-vaccine political action committees were set up in Texas and other states to support far-right candidates who pushed health freedom propaganda, mostly linked to vaccines. During COVID-19, the movement expanded beyond childhood vaccinations to COVID vaccinations and other COVID prevention measures. That’s when it gained a lot of political strength and when you started to see the health freedom/medical freedom movement adopted by the House Freedom Caucus in the U.S. Congress, amplified on Fox News by senators like Rand Paul and Ron Johnson. Every night Fox News was spewing out rhetoric claiming vaccines were not effective or they weren’t safe. You started to see the white nationalist Proud Boys marching at anti-vaccine rallies. And, in fact, the first arrests in the January 6th insurrection included anti-vaccine activists. There became a very tight link between far-right extremism and anti-vaccine/anti-science rhetoric.

Paul Vonharnish
Paul Vonharnish
Dec 24, 2022 5:23 PM

Mr Peter J. Hotez fails to pin the tale onto the medical morons who injected millions of persons with a lethal concoction, and destroyed their lives… After all the lame finger pointing stops, who were the end users of the product?

Lost in a dark wood
Lost in a dark wood
Dec 24, 2022 11:08 PM

The whitecoats are selected and trained to be moronic. That sort of uniform consistency doesn’t happen by chance!

WillianHill
WillianHill
Dec 24, 2022 4:12 PM

Christianity is the biggest Psyop in history, again playing on the fears of the population, to dominate, control and suppress them. I have no doubt the CIA are experts in Christian techniques of control.
I’m sure they have many academics working on their ancient methods as we speak. How else would they so expertly create the Covid and Global warning cults.
It amazes me that anyone expects Christians not to be complicit with every tyrant they come across, they immediately see a soul brother, of the dark arts. 
Merry Christmas.

Paul Watson
Paul Watson
Dec 24, 2022 5:21 PM
Reply to  WillianHill

Oh dear.

Voz 0db
Voz 0db
Dec 24, 2022 5:25 PM
Reply to  WillianHill

You forgot the pedos!

letmepicyou
letmepicyou
Dec 24, 2022 7:13 PM
Reply to  WillianHill

You are confusing the current corrupt version of “Christianity” (which includes Zionist pseudo-“Christians” and “Judeo-Christians”) with the TRUE Christian people. Satanic Jews have corrupted who and what we are in many ways. I can recant some of them for you if you like.

wardropper
wardropper
Dec 25, 2022 2:38 AM
Reply to  WillianHill

The CIA haven’t the faintest idea what Christianity is about.
They wouldn’t be the CIA if they did.

Deryck Jackson
Deryck Jackson
Dec 24, 2022 4:04 PM

Excellent article with the exception of including illegals. Jesus broke no laws, much less invading another country. Jesus was sinless and not a law breaker. He was crucified because he continually pointed out the hypocrisy of the religious leaders. Not for breaking the laws of Roman.

NickM
NickM
Dec 24, 2022 8:39 PM
Reply to  Deryck Jackson

Thanks for pointing this out. Rabbi Yeshuah of Nazareth was not interested in the Roman State, or whether it was a police state or a colonist state or a bureaucratic state or an imperial state or a high tax state or any other of our multitudinous causes for discontent.

“Give unto Caesar what is Caesar’s, and unto God what is God’s”.

He was interested in building the Kingdom:

“Let us do on Earth as it is done in Heaven.”

And he showed in his life what he meant by that saying; not to forget the poor, nor the sick, nor the bread at the dinner, nor the wine at the wedding, nor to play with the children, nor the pleasures of friendship, nor the flowers of the field — nor to denounce the hypocrites and whip the money men out of the Temple, .

snafuman
snafuman
Dec 24, 2022 4:01 PM

Amen

Paul Vonharnish
Paul Vonharnish
Dec 24, 2022 3:53 PM

Jesus final words: And at the ninth hour Jesus cried with a loud voice, “Eloi, Eloi, lema sabachthani?” which means, “My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?” 

Erm…

Sebastian
Sebastian
Dec 24, 2022 4:52 PM

Psalm 22 – fulfilling the prophecy.

“My God, my God, why have you forsaken me? Why are you so far from saving me, so far from the words of my groaning? O my God, I cry out by day, but you do not answer, by night, and am not silent. Yet you are enthroned as the Holy One; you are the praise of Israel”

Paul Vonharnish
Paul Vonharnish
Dec 25, 2022 1:14 AM
Reply to  Sebastian

Yes. I am quite familiar with the passage. When a man or woman are faced with the humility of having all their hopes, dreams, and experiences answered with silence, even as they are dying, it is the ultimate tragedy.

I read the bible as a book of parables and wisdom. Thus interpretations are less conflicted, and the mind inquires more deeply into the message…

rubberheid
rubberheid
Dec 25, 2022 2:46 PM

aye fair comment, but as the parable, JC had to die, as a man.

you know the rest, these were JC’s despairing words from a dying man.

bleak
bleak
Dec 25, 2022 4:17 AM
Reply to  Sebastian

Absolutely correct. Jesus was teaching by using Psalm 22 as the solution.

letmepicyou
letmepicyou
Dec 24, 2022 7:19 PM

And Jesus having again cried with a great voice, yielded the spirit; and behold, the veil of the temple was torn in two from top to bottom, and the earth quaked, and the rocks were split, and the tombs were opened, and many bodies of the holy ones who have fallen asleep, arose, and having come forth out of the tombs after His rising, they went into the holy city, and appeared to many. And the centurion, and those with him watching Jesus, having seen the earthquake, and the things that were done, were exceedingly afraid, saying, “Truly this was God’s Son.”

NickM
NickM
Dec 24, 2022 9:15 PM

The Son of God was incarnated as humble Rabbi Yeshuah of Nazareth in ridiculed provincial Galilee, to share our joy and our suffering; including the greatest suffering of all: ultimate torture, not only to death but to despair.

Voz 0db
Voz 0db
Dec 24, 2022 3:47 PM

“Jesus” was just another MMS used by the Secular Ruling Families of those FUN days.

Nothing much changed since then in terms of uman animals idiocy… Only the technology is better(worse)!

Peter Jennings
Peter Jennings
Dec 24, 2022 3:46 PM

IMO, Jesus wouldn’t have much of a hold these days because social signalling and making spectacles of oneself seem to be the new religion.

If these crazies get their way, superglue will become a holy relic.

S Cooper
S Cooper
Dec 24, 2022 3:25 PM

“For Granny Gaia take the Cull Juice.”
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“Deplete the surplus carbon footprint.”

S Cooper
S Cooper
Dec 24, 2022 3:37 PM
Reply to  S Cooper

“Yes I openly admit I am a Nazi. So what?”
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“Take the Cull Juice.”
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“Support the troops! Drugsz.”

SeamusPadraig
SeamusPadraig
Dec 24, 2022 3:18 PM

He was a domestic extremist back then, too — an extremist for love.

Maarten "merethan"
Maarten "merethan"
Dec 24, 2022 2:54 PM

What if…. People finally acknowledged they are celebrating the winter solstice 4 days late.

And this Jesus figure being the personification in a fairy tale about this celebration with the same degree of historic significance as the tooth-fairy.

JimB
JimB
Dec 24, 2022 6:04 PM

But, a marvelous story of love and commitment. Better than wokeism.

NickM
NickM
Dec 24, 2022 9:22 PM

“If you want your children to grow up intelligent, tell them fairy tales to stimulate their imagination” — Youtube quotes Einstein.

Christine Thompson
Christine Thompson
Dec 26, 2022 4:17 PM

You are so, so right. But sadly, the masses are all brainwashed to the hilt (even those who are not ‘christians’ fall for it…).

An excellent book which provides an immense amount of evidences to support what you say is “The Christ Conspiracy: the greatest story ever SOLD“, by ‘Acharya S’ (the pseudonym of the now ‘late’ Dorothy M Murdock).

Albert Anderson
Albert Anderson
Dec 24, 2022 2:49 PM

I guess regardless of whether one believes the story of Jesus, the point is humans still do the same shit they did over 2000 years ago, only different. Of course we do.

Lost in a dark wood
Lost in a dark wood
Dec 24, 2022 2:28 PM

Enter through the narrow gate. For wide is the gate and broad is the road that leads to destruction, and many enter through it.

https://biblehub.com/matthew/7-13.htm

believe Christ & his Apostles that there is a Class of Men whose whole delight is in Destroying.

https://en.wikisource.org/wiki/The_prophetic_books_of_William_Blake,_Milton/Milton,_preface

entitled2
entitled2
Dec 24, 2022 2:16 PM

profit-driven, private prison for illegals

The link doesn’t work/exist.

Thank you John, for being the first alt media type for actually mentioning this profit-driven, private prison for illegals! this year.

What they want the naïve to believe especially after a recession or banking bailout or the bs19 psyop is the opposite and the famous blaming of johnny foreigner or the poor or immigrants from war torn counties that they invaded being treated better than mr and mrs citizen who have had 55 different tax increases due to the ORGANIZED recession or ORGANIZED banking bailout or the bs19 psyop transfer of wealth.

Unfortunate most of what is called alt is heavily funded by the establishment hence why most of them Alex Jones, David icke website, U.k column etc repeat the official narrative in a different format.

Look how quickly the blame has shifted from top to the bottom. now the top are heroes for pointing out obvious inconstancy of the covid hoax 3 years later.

That is when you no there shills, when there website twitter etc is constantly posting that it is the bottom to blame.

entitled2
entitled2
Dec 24, 2022 2:14 PM

I edited the comment and it said pending spam?

Sam - Admin2
Admin
Sam - Admin2
Dec 24, 2022 4:39 PM
Reply to  entitled2

Sorted now 🙂

ZenPriest
ZenPriest
Dec 24, 2022 1:46 PM

The headline is a fact, and points to the reality that Satan rules this world – currently. Remember that according to scripture, God permits him to reign for 42 months. No one knows when this period is but I firmly believe we’re in it now.
When you align with Jesus you align with life, with truth, with love. There is no better way to deny Satan’s frequency.

Howard
Howard
Dec 24, 2022 10:35 PM
Reply to  ZenPriest

I doubt if this Satan, even in its wildest dreams, could have come up with the craziness that’s descended on humanity. Only humans could have done it.

Mucho
Mucho
Dec 24, 2022 1:40 PM

I wonder what Jesus would have done about all the people dropping dead from the death shots, sorry, life saving covid gene therapy injections which are definitely safe and effective, hence why the British state is recommending them to pregnant women and 6 month old babies and all humans

Saving Mr. Banks star Ronan Vibert dies following a battle with a ‘short illness’ at the age of 58 | Daily Mail Online

SeamusPadraig
SeamusPadraig
Dec 24, 2022 3:21 PM
Reply to  Mucho

He might have lost over this, just as he lost over the Pharisees, telling them:

Ye are of your father the devil, and the lusts of your father ye will do. He was a murderer from the beginning, and abode not in the truth, because there is no truth in him. When he speaketh a lie, he speaketh of his own: for he is a liar, and the father of it. [John 8:44]

Rhys Jaggar
Rhys Jaggar
Dec 24, 2022 1:38 PM

It’s very difficult to say what Jesus would have done today, as the start of his life revolved around him learning the trade of his father, that of a carpenter. So the start of his life would totally depend on the careers of his father and/or mother. One can imagine that in this day and age, being born out of wedlock to an unmarried black mother would fit the Zeitgeist perfectly.

It’s likely that this innovative rebel would have mastered modern communication styles and become an expert Podcaster, although one hopes that he would have eschewed Twitter for moral reasons.

What he would have done, however, would have been to find communities of the poor, meek and mild, since his message was primarily targeted toward those who were currently less fortunate, less powerful and less well-off.

It is likely that he would have engaged in inter-faith dialogue, since he would have clearly recognised that complementary messages could be found in Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism, the Sikh faith etc.

If I were to hazard a guess, I would suggest that he would have engaged with the farming community and restored the health of many sick people by ensuring that they ate fresh, healthy, locally produced food.He would have been highly skeptical about GM Technology at this stage, highly critical of modern medical monoliths and would have viewed with utter contempt the corrupt web of influence linking politicians, lawyers, bankers, armaments manufacturers and the Alphabet organisations of the US Deep State.

He would undoubtedly have been offered bribes as an inducement to stand for Congress/the Senate and would have cooked his own goose by publicly and contemptuously rejecting them.

Perhaps in this age of Punch and Judy his death would have been ‘staged’, the deal being that he would live out his days quietly a very long way away from the USA? Somewhere off grid, no access to the internet, but capable of living frugally on a homestead???

I guess the question would arise as to whether he would build relationships with ‘women of loose morals’ and who, precisely, his twelve disciples would be. One has a fairly shrewd guess that the modern betrayor, analagous to Judas, would probably be someone with links to the darker sides of the MSM.

NickM
NickM
Dec 24, 2022 9:39 PM
Reply to  Rhys Jaggar

“Perhaps in this age his death would have been ‘staged’, that he would live out his days quietly a very long way away?”

More likely, in our age as in His own, after speaking truth to a hypocritically religious political leader, He would have been publicly disgraced, put to death after a show trial, his tomb emptied and his mortal remains cremated with no trace left for forensic investigation.

Dr.David Kelly, RIP.

Pakistanicream
Pakistanicream
Dec 24, 2022 12:44 PM

Would Jesus have declined the vaccine injection for an invisible pandemic his oppressors & enemies claimed to exist?

wardropper
wardropper
Dec 25, 2022 2:48 AM
Reply to  Pakistanicream

I imagine a fine parable might have resulted.

Or even a joke:
“Render unto Caesar that which is Caesar’s, and unto Bill Gates a smart kick below the belt.”

sabelmouse
sabelmouse
Dec 24, 2022 12:31 PM

he was, lol! they didn’t torture and crucify him for stealing.

rob2
rob2
Dec 24, 2022 3:50 PM
Reply to  sabelmouse

He was tortured and crucified for claiming that He and the Father are One, which upon hearing the High Priest ripped his priestly garments claiming “blaspheme!” and which demanded a death sentence.

sabelmouse
sabelmouse
Dec 24, 2022 3:59 PM
Reply to  rob2

he got up many noses, if that’s the expression 🙂

rob2
rob2
Dec 24, 2022 4:02 PM
Reply to  sabelmouse

And a good one! 🙂

sabelmouse
sabelmouse
Dec 24, 2022 5:51 PM
Reply to  rob2

🙂

MolecCodicies
MolecCodicies
Dec 24, 2022 12:26 PM

I predict many will be triggered by the mention of Jesus and completely miss the point that the article is still accurate even if Jesus was a fictional character

sabelmouse
sabelmouse
Dec 24, 2022 12:31 PM
Reply to  MolecCodicies

was he?

MolecCodicies
MolecCodicies
Dec 24, 2022 12:32 PM
Reply to  sabelmouse

Dunno

sabelmouse
sabelmouse
Dec 24, 2022 1:08 PM
Reply to  MolecCodicies

i think he was real, and more interesting than made out to be 🙂

Violet
Violet
Dec 24, 2022 12:40 PM
Reply to  MolecCodicies

He was real alright only a week after he threw the money changers out of the temple they crucified him.

MolecCodicies
MolecCodicies
Dec 24, 2022 12:41 PM
Reply to  Violet

Good point

A. Kist
A. Kist
Dec 24, 2022 3:34 PM
Reply to  Violet

This discussion about the Turin Shroud gives a good insight into findings regarding the crucifixion and burial of the historical Jesus https://rumble.com/vplonq-jack-sacco-reveals-the-science-of-the-resurrection.html

Violet
Violet
Dec 24, 2022 5:06 PM
Reply to  A. Kist

Thanks.

NickM
NickM
Dec 24, 2022 9:44 PM
Reply to  Violet

Which is what could happen to one of us — if any of us had the courage.

MattC
MattC
Dec 25, 2022 6:24 AM
Reply to  Violet

Money changers = banking cartel. Sounds familiar.

George Mc
George Mc
Dec 24, 2022 11:52 AM

I tend to agree with Thorstein Veblen that much human activity is down to habituation. If you are not given a religious upbringing then it will never affect you on a deep level. (The Catholic sentiment, “Give me a child till the age of eight and I’ll give you a Catholic for life” is eminently pragmatic.)

My own upbringing was nominally Christian i.e. there was a bit of “churchy” input at school. But my parents never went.

When I was still very young – maybe 8 or so – my mother, in typical liberal fashion, encouraged me to go to church with the folks from across the road but never accompanied us. She wanted to see if I’d “take to it”. Here’s my one memory: we had Sunday School after the service and a teenage girl took us kids in a small group and read out a Bible story then gave us two pictures that illustrated the story and wanted us to write underneath what was happening. I hadn’t been paying attention and panicked. So I just wrote underneath what was in the pictures. When the girl came to look, I was ready for a ticking off and feeling nervous about it. She looked and said, “Yes that’s right!” To my astonishment I felt angry. I thought, “No it isn’t right! Thrash me!” I can’t say for sure if that’s why I stopped going. But it probably says a lot that it’s my only memory.

My parents (or somebody) bought me a children’s illustrated Bible. And when I heard that Satan was once an angel I was fascinated. I rushed to the book to read up about that. All I got was a talking snake. Very disappointing.

Incidentally, that illustrated Bible had on its very first page the tale of the creation of course. One of the pictures featured dinosaurs. I knew just about everything about prehistoric life. It was a big favourite with me. (I soaked up those Ray Harryhausen movies.) So I knew about those vast periods of time. (I could recite their names by heart.) So I knew that stuff about seven days had to be wrong – but it never bothered me since I saw the Bible as a metaphorical thing anyway.

But I’m not aggressively atheistic. I regard those who are as stupid. They fail to see that all human activity and indeed every human point of view is founded on metaphor – in the sense of being based on guesses as to the purpose of the universe or at least the purpose of their own lives. And everyone must have some notion of their own life having a purpose. It’s what keeps them going. This is why, in many ways, Nietzsche was the one true atheist – or he tried to be. He realised that rejecting God meant rejecting all objective moral systems.  Famously, he went mad. Perhaps in that there is an echo of Chesterton’s “A man who doesn’t believe in God will not believe in nothing. He will believe anything.” Nietzsche realised this and didn’t want to believe in “anything”. He tried to push a project for total moral autonomy as far as it would go.

Chesterton also felt that no-one uses logic to reach a basic philosophical view but works the other way around i.e. they have a personal view to begin with (based on a mixture of instinct and habituation) and base their logic on that.

It may be significant that when I read the Bible (which I do occasionally) I always go for the Old Testament. The only book from the New that interests me is Revelation. I have a Nietzschean suspicion of the self-obsession in Christianity which he expressed thus:

“The actors of virtue and sin. – Among the men of antiquity famed for their virtue there were, it appears, a countless number who play-acted before themselves: the Greeks especially, as actors incarnate, will have done this quite involuntarily and have approved it. Everyone, moreover, was with his virtue in competition with the virtue of another or of all others: how should one not have employed every kind of art to bring one’s virtue to public attention, above all before oneself, even if only for the sake of practice! Of what use was a virtue one could not exhibit or which did not know how to exhibit itself! – Christianity put paid to these actors of virtue: in their place it invented the repellent flaunting of sin, it introduced into the world sinfulness one has lyingly made up (to this very day it counts as ‘good form’ among good Christians).”

Straight Talk
Straight Talk
Dec 24, 2022 11:41 AM

Whether you celebrate the return of the Sun or the return of the Son, it connotes warmth. It is an annual great reset of humanity’s common decency and good will to all.

“Out of this war, the greatest since the beginning of history, a new world must be born, a world that would justify the sacrifices offered by humanity. This new world must be a world in which there shall be no exploitation of the weak by the strong, of the good by the evil; where there will be no humiliation of the poor by the violence of the rich; where the products of intellect, science and art will serve society for the betterment and beautification of life, and not the individuals for achieving wealth. This new world shall not be a world of the downtrodden and humiliated, but of free men and free nations, equal in dignity and respect for man.”

NIKOLA TESLA

bill
bill
Dec 24, 2022 11:24 AM

News flash; He was considered a disrupture.

This is Paul speaking:
Acts 26: 9-11
“Well, I had the idea that I ought to do much in opposition to the name of Jesus the Nazarene; 10 and I did, too, at Jerusalem, and many of the people of God I shut up in prisons, getting authority from the chief priests, and cast a vote against them when they were to lose their lives, 11 and over and over in the different synagogues I punished them and forced them to blaspheme, and in an utterly insane rage against them I pursued them clear to the foreign cities;

Sholapur
Sholapur
Dec 24, 2022 11:12 AM

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Ananda
Ananda
Dec 24, 2022 11:04 AM

Dont you remember nativity scenes Back in 2020/2021.?

Virgin Mary sewing masks while baby Jesus gets vaccine as present in this Granada nativity scene

In the town of Huetor Tajar, in Granada, has installed a nativity scene very well fit to endure the pandemic, as seen on Thursday.

In this nativity scene, not only all the figurines wear a mask, there are bottles of hand sanitisers and the safety distance is respected, but also the Virgin Mary sews masks and the Three Kings bring a vaccine to baby Jesus as a present.
“This year we especially wanted to make a small wink to this pandemic that made us all so concerned, and all our figures in the nativity scene wear a mask, respect the safety distance, use hydroalcoholic gel and also the baby Jesus has asked the Three Kings a very special gift and it is the vaccine

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Violet
Violet
Dec 24, 2022 1:54 PM
Reply to  Ananda

JC those bastards are pushing it too far now they are f**king sick 👎.

wardropper
wardropper
Dec 25, 2022 2:23 AM
Reply to  Ananda

The ass isn’t wearing a mask . . .
Perhaps we should rethink our definition of “ass” . . .

MattC
MattC
Dec 25, 2022 6:34 AM
Reply to  Ananda

That “special gift” hasn’t turned out so well – unless the meaning of “special” has been contorted.

Ananda
Ananda
Dec 24, 2022 11:02 AM

Virgin Mary sewing masks while baby Jesus gets vaccine as present in this Granada nativity scene
https://www.ruptly.tv/en/videos/20201217-044-Virgin-Mary-sewing-masks-while-baby-Jesus-receives-vaccine-in-this-Granada-nativity-scene

Straight Talk
Straight Talk
Dec 24, 2022 10:53 AM

…and forgive them their debts
Lending, Foreclosure and Redemption
From Bronze Age Finance to the Jubilee Year

by Prof. Michael Hudson

In the pages of …and forgive them their debts, readers will discover shocking historical truths about how debt played a central role in shaping ancient societies. Perhaps most striking of all is that – in a nearly complete consensus of Assyriologists & biblical scholars – the Bible is preoccupied with debt, not sin.

In all eras – from antiquity to the present – debts have tended to mount up faster than the ability of most debtors to pay. That is a basic mathematical fact: Economic growth is arithmetic and can’t keep up with the exponential growth of debt growing at compound interest.

The big economic question is – and has always been – what will happen if debts cannot be paid? Will there be a debt writedown in favor of debtors (as has been done for large corporations), or will creditors be allowed to foreclose (as is always done on personal debtors and mortgage-holders), leading to their political takeover of the assets of the economy – and the government’s public sector?”

Paul Vonharnish
Paul Vonharnish
Dec 24, 2022 3:47 PM
Reply to  Straight Talk

Hello Straight Talk: The financial game was/is always controlled by trade agreements dictated within Maritime interests. Early Phoenician pirates mastered the concept of “trade” (extortion). The Phoenicians were formerly located in what is now considered modern Lebanon. Anyone remember Lebanon? Trade derived “cultural” benefits relocated to modern Venice many, many centuries ago.

You stated: “Economic growth is arithmetic and can’t keep up with the exponential growth of debt growing at compound interest.”

Usury banking will be “reset” by mass genocide and abject slavery…

mgeo
mgeo
Dec 27, 2022 8:57 AM
Reply to  Straight Talk

Great comment. This is the heart of the matter being obfuscated by dogmas and polemics.