January 14, 2017
After all, everyone knows God is a Black woman.
Liberals are so gaslit by the Jews that they actually believe God is against racism for some reason. All the while, common sense dictates that God actually loves racism and hates niggers.
Why would he have made them so ugly, stupid and violent if he didn’t?
Nevertheless, it’s quite entertaining to see the intellectual contortions these fools go through to try and justify this absurdity of combining religion and anti-racism.
The author of this scribble is just as you would expect.
Where does HuffPo dig up these people?
Racism for many is sanctioned by God, a fact which has kept many caught in racist and hate-filled beliefs, buoyed by a deep belief that racism is all right with God. While some Christians, notably those who are said to be on “the Left,” have decried racism, many on “the Right” seem just as confident that God approves of their beliefs.
The penchant of “godly men” to support racism and the goal of keeping America white is not new. Benjamin Franklin, in his Observations Concerning the Increase of Mankind, wrote, in 1751, “…the number of purely white people in America proportionately very small. All Africa is black or tawny; Asia chiefly tawny …why should we, in the Sight of Superior Beings, darken its people by planting them in America where we have so fair an opportunity of excluding all Blacks and Tawneys…(and) of increasing the lovely White and Red?”
Ol’ Ben on point as usual.
Yes, the founding fathers were obviously White nationalists. And yes, they’re obviously great men.
You’d think this bitch would have avoided mentioning this, as it doesn’t exactly support her point that racism is evil. Pretty much everyone who’s accomplished great things in history has been a racist.
But I guess a “former pastor” and “Huffington Post journalist” would know better, right?
Benjamin Franklin was a “godly” man, “good people,” as this president would say, and saw no disconnect between his innate racism and the presence and will of God.
Yeah, of course not.
And he’s a lot smarter than this dumb skank. If she had an ounce of self-awareness, that’d give her pause. But these people can’t even comprehend the idea that they might be wrong about something.
But the message of “God’s goodness” has, for some, always clashed against the notion of a God who placates, supports and endorses racism.
The late Rabbi Abraham Heschel said “racism is worse than idolatry. Racism is Satanism, unmitigated evil.”
He said, as has the Rev. C.T. Vivian has said, “You cannot worship God and at the same time look at man as if he were a horse.” (Abraham Heschel ;Essential Writings, p. 66)
Maybe this good rabbi should tell this to his fellow Jews, huh?
The hypocrisy of these Kikes, whose entire religion is based on their racial interest, all of whose holidays celebrate the destruction of their racial enemies, to tell us that racism is “un-Godly” is astounding.
In that work, Heschel quotes the late Reinhold Niebuhr, who said, “Race prejudice, a universal human ailment, is the most recalcitrant aspect of the evil of man. “Racism,” says Niebuhr, “is a “treacherous denial of the existence of God.”
I’m not a religious man. But even from a religious perspective, this is patently false.
If you believe that God created the universe, then you believe he’s responsible for the laws of physics,biology, evolution, and racial differences. Thus looking at nature, you have the direct work of God, which can’t be refuted by any book or doctrine. To claim that some abstract idea that a priest came up with trumps nature is the real idolatry.
Even if you’re religious, nature is the only thing you can know for sure is the work of God.
And that’s exactly the attitude of the Jews. They hate nature, and wish to override it with meaningless abstract theories. A hate of nature is obviously a hate of God, if you believe that God created nature.
Whether they’re religious or not, Jews only care about their racial interests – no matter what they may profess to believe, their God is Jewry itself.
White people can actually have a reverence for higher things, and the ability to look at things objectively regardless of their group or personal interests. Racialism is simply an example of that attitude. We examine the difference races of man and analyse their characteristics scientifically, objectively.
God, it seems, lets the privileged have their way.There is no divine punishment for racism or for racists; the God of the Right is fairly lenient. The Religious Right is quick to condemn people for actions they consider “sin,” most notably abortion and homosexuality. Members of the Religious Right are quick to ascribe natural disasters to a God angry about sin.
Racism never makes the list. It apparently is not punishable.
Reality is based on inequality. Every type of creature, from trees, shrubs and insects to whales and humans, is different. Different things cannot be equal. That’s an iron law of logic.
If the lion isn’t equal to the gazelle, and if the alpha wolf isn’t equal to the beta wolf, why would “God” have decided that every human is somehow exactly equal?
PSA: Humans aren’t actually equal.
What kind of insane divine entity would punish its creations for observing reality as it is?
These people are deranged.
But if, as Heschel says, “racism is worse than idolatry,” if it is “Satanism,” then what’s up with the inaction of God? Heschel says that “in dishonoring the Negro’s name, people “profane” God’s name. These white people who live in racist thought continue to plough over the hearts, minds, spirits and rights of people of color, and the God of the Right never says a word.
These people are so self-centered that they think the ultimate creator of all existence should punish those who have unflattering opinions about them.
People who, like the president spew their hatred with little fear of divine retribution. They practice a religion which is an insult to the concept of a good God. It is no wonder that many people have turned away from religion; as a cultural phenomenon, it is abusive and oppressive, blind to the pain its beliefs, language and practices cause so many.
“If God was good he’d protect my feelings from ever getting hurt!”
God exists only for my feelings.
My point in commenting on this silly diatribe from the liberal rag HuffPo is to reinforce the idea that no matter if you’re religious or not, you can ground your understanding of reality in the eternal laws of nature, and those can never lead you astray.
If you’re an atheist, then the laws of nature are all we have and our only guide to navigating this world. But even if you believe in God, you have to acknowledge them as resulting from God’s will.
Jews an leftists, by defying nature, turn their back not only on objective reality but on God as well.