posted on Mar, 23 2011 @ 07:53 AM
reply to post by hawaii50th
Thank you very much for your permission to continue posting on ATS.
It's a nice gesture, though a bit meaningless, as I don't live in the fantasy-world of your mindset, where hierarchial authority must approve
everything first. Probably this hierarchy-structure obsession also explains your recurrent insistence on extremely judgemental attitudes.
At the alleged top is 'god and co'., which runs a slave-based business. Mankind is property; freedom in thought, speech and action is rebellious and
'sinful'; and everybody should repeat the mantra: "I'm a lowly slave" and repent constantly, because they are born unworthy and need steady
forgiveness for this from 'god and co'.
In the middle of this imagined hierarchy, there are those who believe themselves to be overseers, the spiritual equalent of the overseers from the
good old plantation days, where somewhat privileged slaves were the prolonged arm of Massa. Those who in real life are overseers in a mundane
organisation for the furthering of the interests of 'god and co' and those who believe themselves to be overseers in an imagined spiritual hierarchy
have a manual on how to run a slave-plantation on a daily basis. Overseers blindly believe this manual.
If 'god and co' for some reason (e.g. there are too many homosexuals or liberals) need immediate one-way communication, they are said to be able to
do this in various ways. One is to kill some thousands human beings (who may or may not be involved in the imagined problem) or to send e.g. clouds in
interesting shapes, almost looking like doves or angels or some other holy things. Ofcourse only overseers can actually SEE these shapes. Normal
people only see normal clouds.
And at the bottom of the hierarchy ofcourse homosexuals (who can't or won't join in the slave BREEDING industry, which is apart from the
slave-working industry), rebellious bleeding-heart liberals, women, children, those of competing slave-systems etc.
I would have loved to enlarge on this, but I've suddenly become short of time, so it'll have to wait until later. Possibly to the chagrin of all
readers, who find my ruminations fascinating.