See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil

On December 31, 2011 by Admin

Headlines 12/30/2011

Sheba, Dedan, and the merchants of Tarshish get more planes

Saudis Buy $30 Billion in U.S. Jets

Egypt will not escape

Egypt Raids Condemned

Qur’an 9:60 – …to free the captives – the fifth head of expenditure; freeing the prisoners of war

U.S. May Transfer Taliban Prisoner

U.S. Officials Holding Secret Talks With the Taliban in Qatar

Into captivity he will go. This calls for patience of the saints

“A Black Day for Austria”

In the latter part of their reign when rebels have become completely wicked

Europe’s Inexorable March Towards Islam

Beth Togarmah

Burning Russian Sub Submerged

See, Damascus will no longer be a city

Hundreds of Thousands Rally in Syria

Basil al-Sayed, Syria Journalist, Dead At Age 24

Rumors of wars

North Korea: South Korean ‘Puppet Group’ Should Not Expect Any Change

New Armed Stealth Drone Heads to Afghanistan (And Maybe Iran, Too)

The chief priests stirred up the Jewish crowd and Pilate handed him over to be crucified

Fox Apologizes to Jews

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See no evil, hear no evil, and speak no evil. Like the erroneous statement made by Jay Carney; “God helps those who help themselves,” the opening statement is of monkeys – not of God. Like good monkeys, westerners have neared their graduate point of training. We are now being taught to hold our hands over our eyes, place them over our ears, and finally to clasp them over our mouths. Failure to do any of these three things might be grounds for accusations of hatred and bigotry. To lower our hands and freely utilize any of these three senses and abilities might just land us in jail. Arguing historical actualities might be considered inflammatory and render us vulnerable to the business end of a sharp sword or to the torture of a dull knife.

We are being directed like drones to be tolerant and understanding of the atrocities committed on 9/11 because the attackers were something other than Muslim. Some even go so far as to say that those who sat in their office chairs that fall morning were like us; responsible and at fault for taunting the hijacker’s nation. We listen to the rants of Hitler II (Ahmadinejad) as he calls for the annihilation of the Jews and of Israel – but no one sees, hears or speaks; their eyes averted and hands firmly placed.

Our Commander in Chief calls for the peg that was Mubarak to be pulled from the Islamic wheels of Egypt and for grease to be placed upon the rails of Libyan sects. But in silence he sits in regard to the massacre in Syria and warnings from Iran. He calls for pre-1967 borders and the re-patriation of the Palestinians while condemning Israel – for building in Israel.

Fox News issues an apology for asking the unthinkable. They did not ask whether or not coitus between a 54 year-old man and a nine year-old girl is anything other than pedophilia. That would be heinous. Warren Jeffs’ court case determined the guilt of sexual assault on a child – and his wives were twelve and older. Oh no… Fox News (Latino) ran a poll on National Geographic’s Facebook page asking; who was responsible for the death of Jesus? The accurate answer was not of the three listed options: “Pontius Pilate,” The Jewish People” and “The High Priests.”

The answer of course is Jesus himself – God. “For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.” John 3:16

Jesus tells Pontius that he has no power over him other than that which was given him by God. “You would have no power over me if it were not given to you from above.” John 19:11

Those who carried out the prophecy were: Pontius Pilate, the Jewish people attending his ‘trial,’ the chief priests, and the Roman soldiers (the Gentiles). The chief priests roused the crowd of Jews to demand his crucifixion and Pilate turned Jesus over to the soldiers to be led to his crucifixion. It is all of man that is responsible for the death of Jesus – that’s the point. He died for us, not because of us.

It was erroneously stated that: “This calumny, which resulted in persecution and murder of the Jews for two millenia, was annulled by the Vatican in 1965,” by Dr. Shimon Samuels, director of International Relations at the Simon Wiesenthal Center, a global Jewish rights group. What is erroneous is not the statement about the Catholic Church’s annulment of the so-called rouse – they did. What is erroneous is his statement that it was Jesus’ crucifixion that resulted in persecution and murder of the Jews for two millenia. The responsibility of their persecution, like that of Jesus, is that of God’s determination; laid upon them by the Egyptians, Assyrians, Babylons, Medo-Persians, Greeks, and the Romans. After Jesus’ crucifixion the Jews were and have been persecuted by the Roman (Catholics), and Muslims.

Just what does Jesus’ crucifixion, which is denied by Islam, have to do with Muhammad’s decision to do away with both Jews and Christians?

Qur’an 4:157 – “And for their saying: We have killed the Messiah, Jesus, son of Mary, the messenger of Allah, and they killed him not, nor did they cause his death on the cross, but he was made to appear to them as such. And certainly those who differ therein are in doubt about it. They have no knowledge about it, but only follow a conjecture, and they killed him not for certain.”

And how does Muhammad’s statements play into accusations that it was the Jews who killed Jesus? The obvious answer is; they don’t.

The Crusades of the second millenium were the makings of pope Urban within the Catholic Church and the continuing Islamic jihad is of Muhammad’s Islam. The world wishes to forget that the Vatican remained silent about Hitler’s Holocaust just as the entirety of Islam remains silent about 9/11 and Ahmadinejad’s threats to repeat Hitler’s atrocities. As a whole, the world chooses not to see it, they can’t hear of it, and they certainly cannot speak of it. It’s been only 70 years since Hitler’s atrocities and ten years 9/11. In that short period we have once again become little more than monkeys – scratching our back-sides and covering our faces to the amusement of those outside the bars.

Instead of teaching that Christ was crucified by all hands, the Catholic Church gathered its hordes within the Second Vatican Council and repudiated all forms of anti-Semitism in the Nostra Aetate. They (Catholics) repudiated the charge of deicide (murder of God) in 1965 after rendering it three centuries earlier. The term deicide was coined by the Catholic Church in the 17th century for the purpose of pointing an accusational finger. Like homocide, suicide, and genocide – deicide is intended to lend guilt of intentional death.  The Jews and their priests had no heavier hand in Jesus’ death than did the Gentiles and their counsel.

The Jews have been allowed, by God, to be persecuted for their transgressions for nearly four thousand years. They are the Apple of God’s Eye because they are the image of us – all of us. They have bowed to wooden idols and lit candles in worship. They have bowed to stones, stars and the moon. In every instance, they believed they were serving God. Just like Catholics bow to Mary, Buddhists meditate to Buddha, and Muslims bow to a piece of charred stone and fight their ‘oppressors’; each believes they serve their god. After four thousand years, most people still choose not to recognize the history and its matching forewarned prophecy.

Today; Islam grows, Fox News apologizes, and the noose around the throat of free speech is tightening. We watch in laughter as Jesus asks Tim Tebow to ‘dial it down a bit’ on network television. But we crouch in terror when Muhammad is presented as an animated Teddy Bear or a cartoon image of a dog. It has become offensive to match the march of Islam to that of its Qur’anic direction (Islam’s image) and pretend Muslims are not directed to ‘make all religions for Allah.’ We rightfully call out the acts of false prophets like the Latter Day Saints’ Warren Jeffs, and send them to jail for pedophilia but excuse Islam’s ‘perfect model’ because his marriage lasted for twelve years; nine of which were consummated. At his death Muhammad was 63 and Aisha was 18. Why wasn’t Warren Jeffs offered the out of endless matrimony? His culture found it just as appropriate as does Islam. Yet, he was brought to justice and his selfish vulgarities cut off. Like Jeffs’ brides, Aisha was one of Muhammad’s own. She was the six year-old daughter of Muhammad’s best friend – Abu Bakr. For his friend’s sake, Muhammad was ‘respectful’ enough to wait until Aisha was nine to consummate their marriage. But to call it out and attempt to cut off similar behavior was worthy of jail-time for an Austrian housewife.

Is it just how we say it that makes it hateful? Most of us would agree that Warren Jeffs is a vial and disgusting child molester. What can we say then about about Muhammad? Can 1.7 billion people be wrong? Like lions trained by the whip, we roar enough to please the crowd as we leap from stool to stool. Whether God is God and will do as the Bible says he will do or Allah is god and we are all destined to become either Muslim or dead; it seems the reality is too big, too ugly and too frightening to acknowledge and address.

Let’s call Islam ‘great’ and Islamists ‘misunderstood’ and hope that their 1,400 year-old religious fad passes us by. Islam has a god, prophet, customs and traditions that opposes God, Jesus and the freedoms of the West. They have shari’a law, the Hijra calendar, and Zakat. Zakat is a form of taxation upon the Muslims and non-Muslims living in Islamic lands. It is ‘supposed’ to be used to aid the poor and needy Muslims (only) and to pay those who administer it. It has eight applications. The fifth is a dedication to freeing prisoners of war.

Headlines today report that the White House is contemplating releasing five top Taliban Commanders now being held at Guantanamo Bay, including the mass murderer, Mohammad Fazl. Might it be both hateful and bigoted to make any analogies or comparisons of these contemplations to that of the fifth element of Islamic Zakat or that of Pontius Pilate releasing the murderous Barabbas instead of Jesus?

To make such parallels would mean that we can see evil, we can hear evil, and we’re willing to stand together and speak out about evil without having to support it.

Jesus wasn’t hateful nor was he bigoted. He made analogies and comparisons often by parable. Biblical stories of both the Old and New Testaments apply in a parallel manner to us and our behaviors today. Jesus did not support false teaching but taught only truth. He did not block men from mistake but showed them a better way. He did not take his earned place among the high priests but sacrificed himself to and for those who mocked him. “Blessed is the man who does not walk in the counsel of the wicked or stand in the way of the sinners or sit in the seat of the mockers.” Psalms 1:1

In order to see no evil today, one must cover his eyes. In order to hear no evil today, one must cover his ears. And try as we might, the ability to speak no evil has been accomplished by only one man…

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