Government lies to a blind Christianity

Government lies to a blind Christianity

Government lies to a blind Christianity

Internet censorship technology 'flawed'
Dec 24, 2008

Stephen Conroy has distanced the Rudd government from a
"flawed" internet censorship technology.

The federal government has distanced itself from a report that
found internet censorship technology under consideration is
seriously flawed. Communications Minister Stephen Conroy says the
Internet Industry Association (IIA) report was commissioned and
paid for by the former Howard government.

It was "not an analysis of the ALP's policy", he
said. The report concluded schemes to block inappropriate content
- such as child pornography - could slow the internet and result
in over- and under-blocking of material. Senator Conroy denied
Labor was trialing the technology in spite of the report's
negative findings. "The government is aware of technical
concerns raised in the report, and that is why we are conducting
a pilot, to put these claims to the test," Senator Conroy
said in a statement. "The live pilot trial will provide
evidence on the real world impacts of content filtering,
including for providers and internet users."It will provide
an invaluable opportunity for internet service providers to
inform the government's approach." The trial is due to
begin in mid-January.

The above part of an article reveals the government agencies
attempt at controlling internet access. Here again we can
guarantee the Christian crazies who trust all, and believe all
then accept all, will stand up against our God given principles
of freedom. Because they tell us we must not judge nor question
and they will spew out their familiar foolish objection - if I
have done nothing wrong, I have nothing to fear argument. That
stupid and insane mentality does not even deserve an answer. The
scripture demands of us that we become watchers over our cities
and societies. It instructs us to stand guard over those who can
not speak nor protect themselves and be watchmen on their

"A nation can survive its fools, and even the
ambitious. But it cannot survive treason from within. An enemy at
the gates is less formidable, for he is known and carries his
banners openly. But the traitor moves amongst those within the
gate freely, his sly whispers rustling through all the alleys,
heard in the very halls of government itself. For the traitor
appears not a traitor; he speaks in accents familiar to his
victims, and he wears their face and their garments, and he
appeals to the baseness that lies deep in the hearts of all men.
He rots the soul of a nation, he works secretly and unknown in
the night to undermine the pillars of a city, he infects the body
politic so that it can no longer resist. A murderer is less to be
feared." Cicero 42 BCE

Readers know that one of my main gripes is concerning how
Christian conservatives "Religious Right" are
hoodwinked (by the way that term is derived from Freemasonry, it
is one of their oaths of initiation to make men swear an oath of
silence never to divulge or reveal their agenda). The church is
very much influenced by freemasons who have infiltrated the
church and thus generated this attitude of acceptance to all
things. They have so affected their people and in turn churches,
so insidiously that now most churchgoers think it acceptable to
be a Freemason and a Christian at the same time. That is
anathema, a heretical teaching and unacceptable truth. It is
impossible to be a genuine godly Christian and take the oaths of

Christians today do not even read their Bible, let alone live
by it. Most squawk out these modern false contemporary church
philosophies which are nothing but regurgitated hedonist and
atheistic new age thinking. I have said for many years now and
have also suffered under the stupidity of these humanistic people
in that they refuse to accept that people who claim Christianity
as their dogma could be anything other than Christian.

Take the idiocy of ones who heard Tony Blair, ex British Prime
Minister and George Bush out going president of the USA and John
Howard ex Prime Minister of Australia, and there are others, who
said that "the God of Christianity is the same God as the
God of Islam".

That is not, can not and will not ever be true and those who
say it, as well as those who then accept it, do not know the true
person of Jesus Christ as the scripture portrays Him. They simply
do not know the truth.

Jesus is the only way, there is no other way and to believe
that there is another way is to deny the truth of the Bible.
Revelation tells us that those who claim these things and deny
the truth will have their part in the lake of fire - they are the
unbelieving also. So the point I make is this, the three men
mentioned above early in their role as leaders all claimed to be
born again believers. And the religious world went wild with
excitement. No one would allow any one else to question their
faith (and I was personally attacked over this very issue many
times in each of these countries by their so called Christian
leaders for even suggesting it). Yet these three constantly
reiterated the above claim that Christ and Allah were the same.
This is heresy and must be repudiated and refuted.

But it does not take a genius to follow closely the speeches,
the quotations and the public addresses of these (and other)
political leaders to realize very quickly these imposters are not
Christian at all, not by any stretch of the imagination. They are
however charlatans and antichrists, leading men astray. Yet not
content with that, they act the part so well they become
heretical authorities and teachers to the weak and spineless
believers who worship the very ground upon which they walk,
suggesting their knowledge and interpretation of truth is right
simply because they are civil authoritarians. Well Caesar and
Hitler tried all that, it is nothing new and it does not mean
they have the truth. Yet foolish saints believe them.

I am not sure why it is that people do not want to hear nor
face the truth, but it is a fact they do not. They will overlook
blatant displays of character deficiency and outbursts of
obscenity and also allow the apostasy of these they espouse to
impact their lives even to the detriment of their own souls. How
and why, I am at a loss to understand this. John Howard lied so
many times when in leadership it changed his image from being
known as honest John to when he left office as dishonest John.
Bush was so accustomed to lying and deceit he could not lie
straight in bed and was known as the most foul mouthed man in the
white house. I have video captions of his outrageous behavior
that would not be acceptable in any asylum.

Then there is Blair, he also had to get out before he was
pushed out because of untruth and deceit. That is not even
scratching the surface of the scandals each of them was
associated with at the end of their respective terms. But all of
that is overlooked because they all said they were committed
Christians. Well check out their positions now. Bush for instance
is now recorded as saying on ABC’s Nightline that he does
not believe the Bible is accurate nor is it the true word of God
etc etc. He believes in evolution and that the Bible is a book of
good stories. Read the articles for yourself. For some, I guess
that will never happen as we do not want to hear or admit the
truth any more.

So what of us in the near future? I personally do not believe
we have one now as a result of this negligence and insanity on
our part. Time alone will tell who is right. Read this article
from an American preacher and judge for yourselves.

The all-time classic illustration of this foible is the
way the Religious Right was (and is) so enamored with President
George W. Bush. No matter what Bush did: no matter how
egregiously unconstitutional, no matter how utterly stupid, no
matter how blatantly evil his actions were, Christian
conservatives (almost universally) either robotically accepted
and approved what he did, or blindly looked the other way. It was

It was as if Christian conservatives lost all ability to
reason; it was as if they lost all discernment and discretion.
Because George W. Bush claimed to be a Christian, and because he
was a Republican, he could do no wrong. To this very day, the
only group of people who yet approves of Bush's Presidency is
the Religious Right. Everyone else on the planet realizes that
George W. Bush's Presidency will go down in history as one of
the all-time worst.

Bush took a robust economy to a second Great Depression, took
a free republic to a Police State, pushed executive power;
trampled individual liberty; made a mockery of justice; and made
America the laughingstock of the world. No matter. The Religious
Right still love him. Why? Because he is a
"Christian".Since 2000, James Dobson and Pensacola
Christian College (PCC), have had a love fest with George W.
Bush. Life-size cardboard posters of Bush have stood in their
bookstores. Bush ranks somewhere between Moses and the Almighty.
And nothing Bush said or did seemed to matter. I said all of that
to call attention to a recent interview Cynthia McFadden had with
President Bush on ABC's Nightline. During the interview,
McFadden asked Bush if the Bible was literally true.

Now, acceptance of the Bible's literalness is one of
conservative Christianity's most sacred doctrines. There is
not a professor at PCC (or any other conservative Christian
college) that would keep his or her job, if he or she questioned
the veracity of the Scriptures. Most conservative Christians
would even go so far as to say that one cannot be a born-again
Christian who does not believe that the Bible is the infallible
Word of God.

Well, what was George Bush's response to McFadden's
question? He said, "You know. Probably not. . . . No,
I'm not a literalist." Notice, Bush twice denied the
veracity of the Scriptures.

Now, Bush has no reason to "fudge" his answers,
right? He has no more elections to face. No more, "He's
got to say this to get elected," which was the flippant
explanation given by the Religious Right to excuse Bush's
numerous apostate positions during the past eight years.

So, George W. Bush clearly stated that he does not believe the
Bible is God's Holy, inspired Word. Will Dobson and PCC still
say that Bush is "one of us"? Bush told McFadden,
"It is hard for me to justify or prove the mystery of the
Almighty in my life. All I can just tell you is that I got back
into religion and I quit drinking shortly thereafter . . .
." What kind of Christian testimony is this: "I got
back into religion"? I doubt that this kind of testimony
would grant membership in the Campus Church.

Bush's statements will not diminish his god-like status
with James Dobson and the rest of the Religious Right in America.
For eight years, Christian conservatives have been selling their
convictions, doctrines, and even their consciences to George W.
Bush. I will even go so far as to say that, in many respects,
millions of Christians have turned President Bush into an idol.
Of course, none of this would have happened had Christians--and
especially Christian pastors--not lost touch with truth.

Will any rebuke their "Christian" Apostate
President? No. When will Christians and pastors open their Bibles
and history books? Will they admit the possibility of having been
duped? All that seems to matter is that he or she professes to be
a Christian, and frankly, this last election proved that even a
Christian profession is not necessary.

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