Hatespeech

The Rightly-Guided One notices a resemblance.

28 responses to “Hatespeech

  1. The Pope isn’t polluting Christianity with Islam, he is polluting Islam with Christianity, which is what the Popes have traditionally done since 325 A.D.

    “The Church Leaders colluding with Constantine just balled up every nasty pagan religion in Rome at the time and guaranteed it amnesty as long as the adherents claimed to be “Christian”. That’s still the quid pro quo.”

    a follower- Constantine was the first Roman emperor to convert to Christianity. … He played an influential role in the proclamation of the Edict of Milan in 313, which declared religious tolerance for Christianity in the Roman empire.
    “Religious tolerance?” So what did this mean? Not going to murder followers anymore?
    Constantine, who ruled from a.d. 306 until his death in 337, recognized Catholicism as an ideal partner of the Roman Empire. As a devotee of the sun cult, his religion was already similar to Catholicism. Constantine’s father had also been pro-”Christian.” Constantine claimed that his conversion occurred when God intervened to help him with the Battle of the Milvian Bridge, where he secured his rulership over the Roman Empire. But he held “Christian” sympathies before that. Constantine was a megalomaniac who realized that by accepting “Christianity” he could rule a religion as well as an empire. (Constantine made sure that after his death he would be buried in a monument at the head of 12 other memorials to the apostles. He considered himself the chief.)

    In 313, Constantine the Great, as he is known today, issued the Edict of Milan. This supreme ruling made tolerance of “Christianity” (that is, Magus’s “Christianity”) mandatory throughout the Roman Empire. Under this edict, the Catholic Church was allowed to own property. The emperor actively promoted “Christianity.”

    In 325, Constantine presided over the Council of Nicaea. At this pivotal gathering of secular and religious leaders, Constantine presided over the establishment of the Catholic hierarchy as the official head of the church. This council formally established the trinity—a pagan teaching brought over from the Babylonian religion into false Christianity by Simon Magus—as official church doctrine. It also legally established Easter, a day named after the pagan goddess Astarte, as a Catholic holiday in place of the biblical Passover.

    The reign of Emperor Constantine, and the developments of the Council of Nicaea in particular, was a major milestone for the Catholic religion. Now that it had the official backing of the mighty Roman Empire, its destiny to be a global religion was assured.

    It was also a major milestone for those who disagreed with the Catholic Church. After the Council of Nicaea, the Roman Empire began to confiscate the property of any who kept the true Passover. In 347, the state began killing Catholicism’s Donatist enemies—a North African group that opposed the church’s alignment with Rome. As Johnson noted, the Roman Empire had become “the enforcement agency of Christian orthodoxy” (ibid). (By the reign of Theodosius in the fourth century, the Roman Empire had over 100 statutes preventing heresy.)

    Just as John prophesied, the Catholic Church was beginning to use the Roman Empire (the “beast,” in biblical terms) to marginalize, persecute and eventually put to death those who rejected Catholic teaching.

    Emperor Constantine had made Sunday a civil day of rest in 321. In 365, at the Council of Laodicea, the contention over Sunday worship was settled more formally with the enforcement of Sunday—a Babylonian day of sun worship—as the Lord’s Day [referring to Sunday] throughout the Roman Empire. The Council of Laodicea concluded: “Christians must not Judaize by resting on the Sabbath, but must work on that day, rather honoring the Lord’s Day, resting then as Christians. But if any shall be found Judaizing, let them be anathema from Christ.”

    In other words, those who kept the Sabbath on Saturday were branded heretics deserving of death.

    • Anti-Pope.
      Anti-historical blather.
      Anti-biblical rubbish.

      The Church hierarchy was established while the Apostles were still alive. The Apostles who walked and talked face-to-face with Jesus formed and participated in the hierarchy and teaching authority, “the Magisterium.” The Apostles neither rebelled nor spoke against the hierarchy or teaching authority. The existence and legitimacy of the hierarchy and Magisterium preceded [non-]follower’s whipping boy, Constantine by almost 4 centuries. The hierarchy and Magisterium are apostolic, not ‘pagan.’

      St. John the Apostle submitted to 4 popes in his life (St. Peter, St. Linus, St. Anacletus, St. Clement I) without one word against them.

      St. Clement’s letter in about 95 A.D. exercised his papal authority against a troublesome faction in Corinth. The Corinthian Christians, like the Apostles, respected and obeyed papal authority then and after.

      Just as St. Mathias was elected to succeed Judas Iscariot (Acts 1:26), Linus, Anacletus, Clement, Evaristus, and many others have been elected to succeed Peter.

      Yes, anti-biblical rubbish! The hierarchy is biblical:

      “Take heed to yourselves, and to the whole flock, wherein the Holy Ghost hath placed you bishops, to rule the church of God, which he hath purchased with his own blood.” Acts 20:28

      See also:
      Matthew 16:18-19 & 18:18)
      Matthew 28:18-20
      John 20:23
      Mark 4:11
      John 17:11, 21-23
      etc.

      There is considerable scriptural evidence that St. Peter had primacy over the other Apostles.

      • St. Peter is mentioned 161 times in Scripture, more than any other Apostle.
      • St. Peter was the spokesman for the Apostles. Matthew 19:27, Acts 1:15, 2:14
      • St. Peter led the flock at the birth of the Church at on Pentecost. Acts 2:14
      • The Apostles were referred to as “Peter and they that were with him” Luke 9:32, “Peter and …the rest of the Apostles” Acts 2:37, and “Peter and the apostles.” Acts 5:29
      • St. Peter was given the authority to forgive sins before the rest of the apostles. Matthew 16:18
      • St. Peter was always named first, even “the first,” when the apostles were listed. Matthew 10:1-4, Mark 3:16-19, Luke 6:14-16, Acts 1:13
      • St. John ran ahead of St. Peter to the tomb but upon arriving he stopped and did not go in. St. John waited in deference to St. Peter, and let St. Peter go in first. John 20:4-6
      • St. Peter alone of the Apostles stepped out of the boat in the middle of the storm, even though they were all afraid they would die in the storm. Matthew 14:29
      • Our Lord commissioned St. Peter to “feed my lambs…tend my sheep… feed my sheep.” John 21:15-17 Our Lord had promised the spiritual supremacy to St. Peter at Matthew 16:19; and here in John 21:15-17 Jesus fulfilled that promise, by charging him with the superintendency of all his sheep, without exception; and consequently of his whole flock, that is, of his one and only Church.
      • “Simon, Simon! Remember Satan has asked for you [plural in the original Greek], to sift you all like wheat. But I have prayed for you [singular in the original Greek, hence Peter alone] that your faith may never fail. You [singular in the original Greek, hence Peter alone] in turn must strengthen your brothers.” Luke 22:31-32

      See the hierarchy from the first days here:

      History of the Catholic Church,
      Vol. 1 (of 8) Period of Early Expansion
      by Rev. Fernand Mourret (translator: Rev. Newton Thompson),
      https://archive.org/stream/AHistoryOfTheCatholicChurch/VolumeOne#page/n1/mode/2up

    • [Non-]follower, like so many anti-Christians stuck in the dead letter of Mosaic Law, breathlessly accuses Catholics of paganism for worshipping on “SUNday,” as though we secretly engage in pagan sun worship.

      He and they wrongly blame the change on their favorite bogeyman, Constantine. Emperor Constantine established a civil day of rest, a convenience for Christians who had long worshipped on Sunday.

      Somehow anti-biblical Sabbatarian cults fail to notice that when St. Paul recited the commandments of the New Covenant in Romans 13:1-14, there was no longer mention of worship on the seventh day because it had already been put aside with the dietary laws and other dead letters of the Mosaic Law.

      Twice mentioned in the Gospel of St. Matthew, God Himself gave the authority to St. Peter and his successors to bind and loose “whatsoever”: Matthew 16:19 and Matthew 18:18.

      [Non-}follower, what part of “whatsoever” don’t you understand?

      And with that God-given authority, Sunday worship by Christians was established while St. Paul and St. John the Apostle were still alive in the first century A.D., three centuries before Constantine. Recall too that it is Peter and his successors who were given the keys to bind and loose by God Himself (Matthew 18:18). With that authority, the Church changed the day of worship:

      • to emphasize that the Old Law was fulfilled and replaced and
      • to honor the day that the SON was resurrected.

      Even Protestants accepted Sunday worship until the 17th century’s johnny-come-lately Judaizing Sabbatarians. If Sabbatarians really opposed SUN worship, they would bray against this sun worship, Birkat ha-Hammah, explicitly damned in Ezechiel 8:16-18… but Sabbatarians are nowhere to be found criticizing what God Himself damned. https://mauricepinay.blogspot.com/2009/02/more-pagan-judaism-birkat-ha-hammah.html

    • [Non-]follower’s attack on the Holy Trinity reminds me of a quote from Anton LaVey (Levy), founder of the Church of Satan: “Unitarians are just Satanists in evening clothes.”

      The Holy Trinity is revealed as early as the second verse of the Old Testament:
      … and the spirit of God moved over the waters.
      Genesis 1:2

      The Holy Trinity is also revealed in the New Testament:

      And Jesus being baptized, forthwith came out of the water: and lo, the heavens were opened to him: and he saw the Spirit of God descending as a dove, and coming upon him. And behold a voice from heaven, saying: This is my beloved Son, in whom I am well pleased.
      Matthew 3:16-17

      Going therefore, teach ye all nations; baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost.
      Matthew 28:19

      These explicit references to the Holy Trinity are foreshadowed in the Old Testament. Some Old Testament verses allude to all Three Persons:

      Behold my servant, I will uphold him: my elect, my soul delighteth in him: I have given my spirit upon him, he shall bring forth judgment to the Gentiles.
      Isaiah 42:1

      Come ye near unto me, and hear this: I have not spoken in secret from the beginning: from the time before it was done, I was there, and now the Lord God hath sent me, and his spirit.
      Isaiah 48:16

      The spirit of the Lord is upon me, because the Lord hath anointed me: he hath sent me to preach to the meek, to heal the contrite of heart, and to preach a release to the captives, and deliverance to them that are shut up.
      Isaiah 61:1

      Other Old Testament verses allude to the Son:

      The Lord hath said to me: Thou art my son, this day have I begotten thee.
      Psalm 2:7 http://www.drbo.org/cgi-bin/d?b=drb&bk=21&ch=2&l=7#x A reference quoted in the New Testament in Hebrews 1:5, 5:5, and Acts 13:33

      Who hath ascended up into heaven, and descended? who hath held the wind in his hands? who hath bound up the waters together as in a garment? who hath raised up all the borders of the earth? what is his name, and what is the name of his son, if thou knowest?
      Proverbs 30:4 http://www.drbo.org/cgi-bin/d?b=drb&bk=22&ch=30&l=4#x

      I beheld therefore in the vision of the night, and lo, one like the son of man came with the clouds of heaven, and he came even to the Ancient of days: and they presented him before him. Daniel 7:13-14 http://www.drbo.org/cgi-bin/d?b=drb&bk=32&ch=7&l=13#x

      And I find 76 references to the Holy Ghost in the Old Testament:

      Genesis 1:2
      Genesis 6:3
      Exodus 31:3
      Exodus 35:31
      Numbers 11:17
      Numbers 11:25
      Numbers 11:26
      Numbers 11:29
      Numbers 24:2
      Numbers 27:18
      Judges 3:10
      Judges 6:34
      Judges 11:29
      Judges 13:25
      Judges 14:6
      Judges 14:19
      Judges 15:14
      1 Kings (Samuel) 10:6
      1 Kings (Samuel) 10:10
      1 Kings (Samuel) 11:6
      1 Kings (Samuel) 16:13
      1 Kings (Samuel) 16:14
      1 Kings (Samuel) 19:20
      1 Kings (Samuel) 19:23
      2 Kings (Samuel) 23:2
      3 Kings (1 Kings) 18:12
      3 Kings (1 Kings) 22:24
      4 Kings (2 Kings) 2:16
      1 Paralipomenom (Chronicles) 12:18
      2 Paralipomenom (Chronicles) 15:1
      2 Paralipomenom (Chronicles) 18:23
      2 Paralipomenom (Chronicles) 20:14
      2 Paralipomenom (Chronicles) 24:20
      2 Esdras (Nehemiah) 9:20
      2 Esdras (Nehemiah) 9:30
      Job 33:4
      Psalms 50:13 (51:11)
      Psalms 103:30 (104:30)
      Psalms 105:33 (106:33)
      Psalms 138:7 (139:7)
      Psalms 142:10 (143:10)
      Isaias 11:2
      Isaias 30:1
      Isaias 32:15
      Isaias 34:16
      Isaias 40:13
      Isaias 42:1
      Isaias 44:3
      Isaias 48:16
      Isaias 59:21
      Isaias 61:1
      Isaias 63:10
      Isaias 63:11
      Isaias 63:14
      Ezekiel 2:2
      Ezekiel 3:12
      Ezekiel 3:14
      Ezekiel 3:24
      Ezekiel 8:3
      Ezekiel 11:1
      Ezekiel 11:5
      Ezechiel 11:24
      Ezechiel 36:27
      Ezechiel 37:1
      Ezechiel 37:14
      Ezechiel 39:29
      Ezechiel 43:5
      Joel 2:28
      Joel 2:29
      Micheas 2:7
      Micheas 3:8
      Aggeus (Haggai) 2:5
      Zacharias 4:6
      Zacharias 7:12
      Zacharias 12:10
      Malachias 2:15

  2. Mike Tyson???

  3. She stole the sore loser crown from Hillary.

  4. If you prefer happy news instead…

    ICOM 9700 SDR triband (2m, 70cm, 23cm) is now FCC-approved (genuflect) so deliveries are expected “2nd Quarter.” https://www.hamradio.com/detail.cfm?pid=H0-016656

    It’s a good match for the ICOM 7300 SDR HF + 6m. https://www.hamradio.com/detail.cfm?pid=71-002065

    • Have had my General for nearly five years now, but don’t use it much. Found out most people aren’t really worth talking to, or are only looking to fill up their log book with contacts. Meh.

      Am currently running an Icom IC-7000 as a base rig. It does what it can do, and if need be, I can run with it and use it elsewhere if need be. But, I have been thinking of getting an actual base stations as opposed to the portable. Several moons ago, was offered a good deal on an Icom 736, but I let it pass and now it’s gone. This model, the IC-9700, has a base sticker of ~$2k. That’s just a bit too much green to be throwing at a machine I may or may not use all that much.

      So, with the IC-7300 at about half the price, is that the way to go?

      • “Found out most people aren’t really worth talking to, or are only looking to fill up their log book with contacts. Meh.” Agree 100%… and there are way too many old farts chewing the rag about their health problems. VHF/UHF is largely “plug and play,” but not so with HF, so I think the HF experience is critical to skill development.

        I think JJS and his confreres have done superb training while offering real world disaster experience through http://amrron.com/ . Voice, digital, CW, nets, .mil reporting conventions, expedient antennas, encryption—lots of tools that promise future utility.

        Keep in mind that the 7300 is HF + 6m and the 9700 is 2m, 70cm, and 23cm, so there is no band overlap between the units.

        We ran an IC-7100 and a variety of HTs until the IC 7300 was released. I wanted an SDR radio and wasn’t willing to pay the price for an Elecraft K3S or the even higher prices for IC-7600, 7851, etc. At 1/3 the cost of the Elecraft, the 7300 is almost as good. I have been very happy with its performance. For PERSEC I use stealth antennas and am still able to get good DX as well as NVIS for regional work. That said, I am thinking building a K3S is a good project for the kids.

        For HF/VHF/UHF/D-STAR we are still using the IC-7100 as a mobile alongside HT Yaesus, ICOMs, and Baofengs. The 7100 has a rudimentary spectrum scope, but does just a single sweep, has no real time waterfall. Once we started using the 7300, the realtime waterfall/spectrum scope spoiled us. It is now painful to use a base or mobile radio without the ‘fall. I had been eyeballing the IC-9100 for years, but, in view of its deficits, couldn’t justify the cost. The 9100 is not SDR, totally analog, is 2-3x the 7300 price, is as heavy as 1/2 a cement sack, adding D-STAR and 23cm band requires extra modules (more $$), has no waterfall, and doesn’t even have a port to connect an after-market waterfall, so I have been holding my breath for a year awaiting the 9700. The 9700 is light, SDR, has a waterfall, includes DSTAR and 23cm, has multiple ports, is set for sat and EME. I am sure that the initial $2k price will fall a year after release, but I have waited long enough. The hardest part of the 9700 will be keeping the extra antennas stealthy. Buy once, cry once. Besides, do we really have another year to wait? Maybe.

  5. Mast head= bullshit. At 62, my freedoms my life in these United States have excelled, not gone backwards. AMERICA Is Still the land of oppertunity.

    Which is why sites like WRSA, are important, in reminding us of the tyranny in DC. Sharing the anger against not just the left, but global fiddlers who daily think of nothing but minipulating our quality of life here.

    I just can’t do my life hating. Serves zero purposes. When I realize back in the 80s that it was MY responsibility to get me my thru, that my oppinion was just that, carried zero weight, life for me got a lot less complicated.

    I’m not looking back, the challenge is in front of us.

    America, is the people, not a spot on a map.

    Nothing change on the mountain this weekend.

    DW

    • Were all of America as free as the intermountain West.

      Moreover, GCA ’68 and subsequent Fed laws have materially restricted freedoms across the country in our lifetimes.

      • Agree, yet they” fed’s” have not impacted my life style, or hobbies in a meaningful way.

        Ima do what I want, when I want, it’s really that simple Pete. Where you live, the surrounding area has gotta suck. I just couldn’t do it, no I just would not do it.

        You need to get to a ” free-er ” place, to homestead, yet still fly. I’d recommend coming west, your home town is a fantastic choice. We spend a fair amount of time their.

        Enjoy the musical opportunities. Although it goes against rule number #1 never do crowds. The compromise is physically knowing a dozen different ways out. I can and do carry in the casinos.

        Have nothing short of an arsenal in the prairie schooner. We literally can drop a metric ton of hurt on those attempting to rain on our parade. And fade away.

        I leave Klamath south bound, 10 miles out, if I see ten vehicles the rest of the day, that’s a big number. Samo samo east bound.

        Dirk

    • well i’m sure everyone is thrilled you’re so happy and comfy..

      i want the entire motherfucker to be burnt to the ground.

      tic toc indeed.

      • You do know that No. One. really gives a dead amoeba’s protoplasm what you want, don’t you?

        Why don’t you act on your wants, your own inflamed self? Set the standard… oh, and the fire too. And/or kill some of them poopoo-lice you hate so much.

      • Tee, I have no interest in burning it down, I truly get your point. ” It’s” gonna get here when it gets here. Unless your goinging in, guns up, trying to achieve a civil response, ain’t happening.

        Ain’t no amount of pissen and moaning on these blogs gonna change a thing.

        Kick back, watch a sunrise maybe a few sunsets, mans gotta learn to pace himself.

        Got your last weather report. Impressive. I’m use to those winters growing up on top of Donner Summit, next to I-80. I’ve experienced years their, ” not many” where the snows ten feet higher then the telephone poles, two story cabin, digging down to get to the second story door.

        Great ice climbing fantastic year round skiing, downhill and Cross country.

        Stay safe.

        DW

    • “I got mine”
      -Dirk

      • i got mine too.

        i still want it burnt to the ground.

        i don’t give a fuck about what i lose, or even dying.

        it’s the principle of it.

        murka has devolved into a shithole country.

        the whole thing needs to be razed.

        it’s the only way to get it right.

        think of the children..

  6. Watch yer ear there, Earl!

    Remember what happened to Holyfield…..

  7. Oldltradesman

    Large numbers of “middle-class,” voting whites benefit from globalism and a never ending supply of third-world labor: Retirees with pension funds invested in “free market” slave pits (China), business owners of all sizes and their key employees, non-profits (including churches), real estate brokers/agents/flippers, wives and adult children of same, etc. They live in affluent white neighborhoods with nice schools and churches. For example, on the southwestern coast of USA, think north Tustin, Aliso Viejo, and Laguna Hills. In Wichita, Kansas think the tiny communities of Crown Heights, Sherwood, and Westlink. Affluence, of course, is relative. Nevertheless many of these people are Republicans and form an influential subset of the party’s base. Their “civic nationalist” support of Trump’s 2016 populist program is superficial. Yes, they want a wall, but one having a “big, beautiful, wide-open gate.” More important than a wall is their need to remain affluential. Affluent neighborhoods, schools, churches, and shopping is an implicit, legal form of discrimination. For the white contractor, mestizo labor with subsidized emergency medical care is profitable. Increased demand for housing drives home equities upward and keeps the riff-raff out of his (relatively) pricey neighborhood, school, and church. This gentleman won’t allow himself to become infused with feeling toward the plight of working- and lower middle-class whites living in the midst of the invasion, for it is against his self-interest. To seriously consider such a thing may lead to personal disaster. Our white, Republican contractor cannot be persuaded. He will not budge until his investments are made worthless (which we’ve been told for more than 55 years will happen any time now). “America remains the land of opportunity,” he says. “All you have to do is put your nose to the grindstone!” And he will continue to vote Trump, Pence, Romney, etc., and support “his friends across the aisle,” until hell freezes over. Yep, the silverback on “the masthead = bullshit,” ’cause he knows one of the nicer ones down at Saddleback community church. His interests are not yours.

    • DWEEZIL THE WEASEL

      Oldtradesman: Thank you for the description of Orange County, CA. I lived and worked there for many years. It was and still is corrupt and venal to the core, with the folks you have described firmly in control from the County Supervisors on down. Now, their opposite number have voted out the Dead Elephants and replaced them with Mexican Communists. Things will eventually get quite sporty, once the debt buck goes bye-bye.

      • Oldltradesman

        Hi Dweezil: Throughout the country the people I’ve described form a large, influential subset of the Republican base. Mr. Contractor and his ilk do not have the interests of working- and lower middle-class patriots at heart. Nor will they until the electronic ZOGbuck crashes and they are forced to “rediscover” the concept of kinship. Problem is, such a crash was predicted long ago. It has failed to materialize for 55 years. Take from that what you will. Personally I think there will be no crash in our lifetime unless the remnant of traditional Americans force it to happen. Not likely and the time is late. Furthermore, I believe the predictions of a crash were intended to distract – preventing us from doing what needed to be done decades ago when the task would have been easier.

    • Tradesman, is this a shot at me, ?

      Dirk

  8. Stacey’s just shown to be channeling her ‘inner demon’…
    Not at all surprised if she and others go out to ‘Spirit Cooking Inn’….
    maybe ‘desmond’ or ‘lactatia’ will be ‘on ‘de menu’ after doing
    their ‘entertainment’ bit…..

    NorthGunner – The Truth Is It’s OWN Defense