Zeitgeist: all religion bad/not Abrahamic distinctly nor Judaism especially as its organizing motive
A Zeitgeist may be described in sober terms as the largely taken for granted (unconscious, hence “ghostly”) logics of meaning and action comprising a moral order - the characteristic obligations, legitimacies and prohibitions constituting social paradigmatic parameters. I don’t need to refer to the oft quoted statement by Voltaire to suggest that given our prevailing zeitgeist, even where the progenitors of a theory via academia or media are not themselves Jewish, that they have dared not lay blame in the hands of the Jews. To cite Jews, their religion and practices as explanatory of social problems has been strictly prohibited since World War II; media and academia having circled the wagons more fervently and thoroughgoingly than ever against heretics of the paradigm - the zeitgeist of Jews as sacred cow. Nevertheless, it has only been more strong a taboo since the western world viewed footage of Operation Reinhard’s wake, and the Nazi mirroring of themselves as chosen, but it is not a new taboo. The Bible, Old and New Testament, has in fact been “the Jewish media” for 2,000 years, designating Jews as chosen (if not misguided), as having donated Christ, the savior of Gentiles, savior of all non-Jews, Whites included; and texts be known, has made taboo self interested defense and action for Gentiles, interposing and prescribing upon them instead an obsequious Golden Rule that the Jews themselves would not adhere to.
It is an observable Jewish strategy within this zeitgeist for their adherents to be granted “rights of display” as they might disseminate, via academia and media, a good deal of penetrating, truthful information; but in the end those rights of display are curtailed and attention deflected from just those parts of information where Jewish ways and means are shown responsible for negative social and genetic consequences for other peoples.
Such is the case with Zeitgeist
- the 2007 film Zeitgeist; viz., its segment on religion. After setting out an array of fascinating information tracing sources of Judeo-Christian mythology to pagan roots - largely to Egyptian sun worship - there is, by segment’s end, blame laid on the use of Christianity, by Roman leaders in particular, followed by a logical fallacy stealthily deployed: i.e., that all religions are mythologies used to cover-up the truth by those who know the truth and seek nefarious social rule by the obfuscating properties of religious mythos - all religions serve this purpose, therefore the Abrahamic religions generally and Judaism in particular should not be singled-out for special critique.
In fact, Christianity was not as much the means by which Roman leaders beginning with Constantine took power over the rest of Europe, so much as it was the means by which the Jews overthrew ancient Rome and ultimately, all of Western civilization - placing it all vaguely under the auspices of Noahide law - our Zeitgeist.
In the solar calendar, there is a grander time frame called “the age” - it refers to the “procession of equinoxes”, that is, the sequence of which sign of the zodiac that the equinox occurs within - each occurring within a zodiac sign’s “house” for a span of 2,150 years, after which it moves to occur within next zodiac sign’s “house.”
It is this cycle that the bible is cryptically referring to when it speaks of “the age.”
In fact, is there any evidence at all that a historical figure Jesus existed?
Ok, good, he denounces Christianity.
and? ...he adds..
It is well and good that Zeitgest denounces Christianity for its capacity to obscure the nefarious motives of the powerful, but it does not call attention to its obscurantism of the YKW’s motives.
It wants you to believe that Christianity was a motive of The Roman elite, beginning with Constantine, and not a motive of the Jews to bring down Rome and ultimately subject Europe under Noahide law.
The narrator continues to focus the blame on Christianity and Roman authority as conduit (as opposed to the Jewish will to overthrow Rome and any other potential adversaries by means of Christianity).
Note that he does not specify, “Abrahamic religion.”
No, on the contrary, it forces integration of the Gentiles among themselves.
Judeo-Christianity lifted its stories from Egypt.
In the end a narrator says that Jesus was nothing more than a derivative Roman story used to justify political control, but of course that’s not deep enough…. it was really a Jewish story, used to justify their political control, ultimately.
He singles out Christianity for blame, but not Judaism.
....from there he goes on to the logical fallacy of using generalization to obscure relative differences - “Christianity along with all other theistic belief systems” - “all religions” are bad because they try to separate you from nature and other people, and provide an obfuscation of the truth, an obfuscation that nefarious leaders, who know the truth, can use to control society.
...which religion? “It serves to detach the species from the natural world” ...all religions do that?
- that bit is not true with regard to Christianity’s prescription [as GW observes], it seeks rather to blend the Gentiles together.
..and in the name of the Kol Nidra.
...all other myths, ranging from PC to objectivism - the foundation of liberalism.
Zeitgeist: All religions are myths used by the powerful to obscure and control the reality of which they are aware; maybe Christianity deserves to be singled out a bit, but not Abrahamic religions more broadly and not Judaism in particular for the key responsibility in motivational, re-organization of syncretic pagan sources.
Vice News on Judeo-supremacism, “Radical Young Israeli Settlers and Price Tag Attacks”:
Rather than transcribing the word “goyim”, the film-makers translated her as saying “gentiles”, so that we might not hear ourselves being referred to as cattle - we can understand nevertheless, that we are being slated as an undifferentiated mass other, as GW says, “the Gentiles”, to be subject to the supremacism of Jews, of Noahide law - Abrahamic decree served also in its derivative religions, Christianity and Islam, and irrespective of any contention outside of its law..
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