Just read between the lines...

Red Text is the real story hiding between the lines.
Violet Text is a notable quote from a specific blogger.
Blue Text is my own personal commentary.
Gold Text is a link to the original sources.

One word of advice I would offer to everyone who reads this blog;

....Each and every day, take just a moment of your precious time to pray for Peace and Justice.

Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Neocons as The Synagogue of Satan?

Neoconism would be “a legitimate school of intellectual thought” only if it had remained an academic discussion.

But "neocon" has become the nom-de-plume for power-hungry, hypocritically decadent, filthy rich (never has that term been better exemplified than it is today) wannabe royals. This new “ruling class” gains its power through billionaire status, not bloodlines.

Every day our U.S. middle-eastern diplomatic policies revolve around these neocon posers, the real-world danger to Israel (as a physical nation) grows.

These “Jews” aren’t Jews in the spiritual sense, or in terms of loyalty and allegiance. They are nothing more than the progenitors of a money-hungry war-for-profit machine, and they are infinitely more concerned with profits than the Prophets. The "security" of Israel is just one more tool in thier pattern of cultural disruption.

For anyone who might want to read it, there is a passage in The Bible, Revelations chapter 2 verse 9, where Jesus talks about these money-lovers... “I know the blasphemy of them which say they are Jews, and are not, but are the synagogue of Satan.”

Considering that the love of money IS the synagogue of Satan, (it’s where “trickle-down” starts) I would guess that explains a lot of this neocon confusion. They aren’t really in it for Israel, they are in it for money, and they use Israel as their front.

It all becomes much more clear when one realizes, while they claim to protect Israel, all they really want to protect is their burgeoning war profits.

“Israel” means nothing to them, it is just an incendiary word they use conveniently to foment fear and prejudice.