|March 29th, 2004||#1|
Join Date: Nov 2003
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What does "Passion"-the-Event _mean_?
Give it your one-shot ES, executive summary.
I say it shows how much is denied us, and how bad we want it -- which greatly disquieted the jews who oppress us, and excited them into the most extraordinary smear campaign in years. The meaning of "Passion"-the-event is that the people controlling the media are aliens who hate and fear the Normal White America they've made it their life's work to destroy, lo these past decades. Normal White America is a market the jews go out of their way to shrink rather than serve. They prefer to deny exists, while blotting it out physically through turd-invasion. Anybody who reveals, however unintentionally, their game, is subject to scorn unending. Whether the would-be market supplier's in media or politics. The jews crucified Christ, they crucified, Buchanan's Culture Wars, they crucified David Duke, they crucified Mel Gibson. "Passion" shows that jews control the world, and they hate Aryans.
|March 29th, 2004||#2|
Join Date: Dec 2003
Blog Entries: 3
The phenomenal success of "The Passion" is the Soul Of Our Christian Nation revealed.
The Christians in this Christian Nation want the Christian Freedom Embodied in the Declaration of Independance and The Constitution.
They want puritanical standards of decency.
They want to live in healthy family friendly communities.
Fundamentalist Christians are being persecuted right now by the International Jewish Bankers Fueling Zionism Wordwide.
They are bringing back the persecution of Christians by enraging the Muslims hordes against America.
Christians don't want to be persecuted.
They have been waiting for the second coming of Christ.
Perhaps this is the symbolic second coming of Christ's Popularity!
True Christianity is a wholesale rejection of World Slavery Styled International Zionistic Judaism.
The Nation of Israel is led by a secular government. They are not even religious.
Christians should not be supporting them with their tax dollars.
Aside from the popularity in Christian circles, people who will just keep watching the damn thing over and over again,
"The Passion" is also able to garner support from the anti-establisment crowd.
If there is one thing everybody can unite against, it's the establishment.
Jesus was very anti-establisment you know.
Last edited by William Robert; March 29th, 2004 at 02:01 AM.