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Originally posted by reficul
perhaps the law of the god Shiva-the destroyer would be more to your liking!
oh wait,we are on ats,i forgot,we're only allowed to speak about christian gods here!
i do like the part when Shiva emerged from the ganges river and offered up to man some kind of plant that man could use to see thru the bull sh%$#^#it!!!
58-1. "Counterrevolutionary" is understood as any action directed toward the overthrow, subversion, or weakening of the power of worker-peasant councils or of their chosen (according to the Constitution of the USSR and constitutions of union republics) worker-peasant government of the USSR, union and autonomous republics, or toward the subversion or weakening of the external security of the USSR and the fundamental economic, political, and national gains of the proletarian revolution.
In consideration of the international solidarity of interests of all workers, acts are likewise considered "counterrevolutionary" when they are directed at any other workers' government, even if not part of the USSR.
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58-2. Armed uprising or incursion with counterrevolutionary purposes on Soviet territory by armed bands, seizure of power in the center or areas with the same purposes, or, in particular, with the purpose of forcibly severing from the USSR and an individual union republic, any part of its territory, or of breaking agreements between the USSR and foreign states, shall be punishable by--
the supreme measure of social defense-- shooting, or proclamation as an enemy of the workers, with confiscation or property and with deprivation of citizenship of the union republic, and likewise of citizenship of the Soviet Union and perpetual expulsion beyond the borders of the USSR, with the allowance under extenuating circumstances of reduction to deprivation of liberty for a term of no less than three years, with confiscation of all or part of one's property [6 Jun 1927 (SU No 49, art 330)].
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58-7. The undermining of state production, transport, trade, monetary relations or the credit system, or likewise cooperation, done with counterrevolutionary purposes, by means of corresponding use of state institutions and enterprises or impeding their normal activity, and likewise use of state institutions and enterprises or impeding their activity, done in the interests of former owners or interested capitalist organizations, shall be punishable by--
measures of social defense, indicated in article 58-2 of this code. [6 June 1927 (SU no 49, art. 330)].
Originally posted by reficul
reply to post by EnochWasRight
ah enoch! how did i know you would reply to this!? good to see you are well!
but you must have known your adversary would soon be here!
yell me something about god's law.
after moses dictates the 10 commandments,with one of them being 'thou shall not kill',
why does moses tell the isrealites to kill every one in their way to the promised land?
maybe thats why the palastinians (philistines) are so pissed at isreal!
The Israelites were God's judgment on the Canaanites for over 400 years of idoltry and sinful practices, such as human sacrifice, etc. In fact, the Israelites left Egypt when they did because it was part of God's prophecy to end the Canaanites time of grace. Their "iniquity was not yet full." Genesis 15:16. One of the reasons the Israelites had such strict laws was to keep them from falling into the sinful practices of the Canaanites.
It goes to show that God is not a kindly old man winking at sin. When he says it will bring punishment for sin, he means it. Fortunately, he offers free forgiveness and mercy in Christ, but if people are too stubborn to take it, then they get the wrath of God their sins bring. The moral of the story is, don't waste that time of grace.
The Pharaoh is also a good example of how God works with unbelievers on a small scale. Pharaoh kept hardening his heart against God until finally God said, okay, have it your way then, and made it so Pharaoh's heart remained hard. Typically, unbelievers want to blame God, but again, Pharaoh brought it on himself after repeated, personal warnings.