The Hegemony (Church and State)Written by Robert Bruce Baird
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The pride in face of bible-thumper who never studied to be an adept like Jesus and needs to believe only God’s ‘only begotten’ can do things he (Yeshua) and his family have often done is far more than merely false pride. It endangers soul of all life on earth. The census continues to ask questions that support this lawful (horrific) cause. Here is a fine example of how this infects our picture or management of society. It comes from 19th Century Trinidad but Jedi students in Australia or England know same thing goes on in 21st Century. The church that thinks ecumenicism is when Christian denominations agree, is a church that needs to be taxed and found guilty of much more than supporting pedophilia or destroying Native culture, such as has been happening in courts of Canada.
“The grant was based on proportion of adherents in Christian community. No religious census of population was taken in 1861, 1871 and in 1881. Roman Catholic members of Legislative Council opposed an inquiry into religious persuasion of people for fear that results might lead to a reduction in their allotment of Ecclesiastical Grant. [The Maritime Presbyterian, Vol. II, No. 6, June 15, 1882, p. 165]” (6)
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Jefferson to Stalin - Corporate CEOsWritten by Robert Bruce Baird
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A decade earlier, in 1870, Adams had warned -- they were worried then about universal suffrage, people were fighting for right to vote -- he warned that universal suffrage would ‘bring government of ignorance and vice, with power in hands of European and especially Celtic proletariat on Atlantic coast,’ those horrible Irish people, ‘an African proletariat on shores of Gulf and a Chinese proletariat on Pacific.’ Adams didn't foresee sophisticated techniques that would be developed in twentieth century to ensure that policy remains insulated from politics as franchise was extended through popular struggle and to guarantee that general public would remain marginalised and disaffected, subdued by new spirit of age and coming to see themselves not as free people who have a right to dignity and independence but as atoms of consumption who sell themselves on labour market, at least when they're lucky.
Adams was in fact expressing an old idea. Eighty years earlier Alexander Hamilton had put it clearly. He said there was idea that your people are a great beast and that real disease is democracy. That's Hamilton. These ideas have become ever more entrenched in educated circles, as Jefferson's fears and Bakunin's predictions were increasingly realised. The basic attitudes coming into this century were expressed very clearly by Woodrow Wilson's Secretary of State, Robert Lansing, attitudes that led to Wilson's Red Scare, as it was called, which destroyed labour and independent thought for a decade.” (2)
Columnist for The ES Press Magazine Guest 'expert' at World-Mysteries.com Author of Diverse Druids