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May 24, 2012 By Joseph P. Farrell

This report I absolutely had to share, and I could scarcely believe it when I read it, and believe me, I've become accustomed - one might say, cynical - about what the elites will and won't do. Frankly, I am to the point of believing they'll do just about anything to anyone. Nonetheless, this one caught my eye:

Israeli Company Has FAA Permission to Fly Drones in U.S. Airspace!

What disturbed me here were two things, first, that such an activity would even be permitted, and more importantly, these words:

"One of the most powerful weapons Israel has in its march to destroy freedom and to rule the world as its Hebrew Bible/Old Testament instructs it to do (one Bible quote in particular which seems to speak not only of Israel’s domination of its neighbors but also of its superior ruling relationship over America through its control of American politicians of both parties is Deuteronomy 11:23 which has God telling the Hebrews/Jews/Israel, “Then will the LORD drive out all these nations from before you, and ye shall possess greater nations and mightier than yourselves.”) is the belief of Gentiles that the Bible is the word of God. Since the Bible was written by ancient Hebrews/Jews it promotes them and Israel at the expense of everyone else."

As my co-author Dr de Hart and I wrote in Yahweh the Two-Faced God, this interpretation of the Bible is not even remotely that of any form of historical Christianity, since in that doctrinal system, the understanding of the Incarnation of Christ as taught by classical dogmatics was that the sacrifice and Resurrection of Christ abolished Old Testament distinctions between Jew and Gentile and hence such Old Testament statements were in effect null and void. It was only with the rise of the abominable Rapture doctrine and the whole dispensationalist theology that such distinctions became tolerable within Christianity once again, and even then, with careful hidden promotion and only within certain narrow circles of American evangalicalism. Nonetheless, the public relations campaign in support of this doctrinal system has been so successful that most people - theologically and historically ill-informed - view it as classical and acceptable Christian doctrine.

But why would such a meme be promoted in the first place?  The answer, at least as far as this article is concerned, is a chilling one. Ponder these words carefully, and consider their striking resemblance to similar words spoken in another time and place, almost 80 years ago:

"This conflict Israel has with the rest of the world is a profoundly important problem that must be corrected. Especially since Israel has a stockpile of real nuclear, biological and chemical weapons along with multiple submarines to launch them. This conflict has been know for centuries as the battle between Jerusalem and Athens. Jerusalem represents alleged revelations and actual superstition. Athens represents God-given reason and the God honoring practice of following the evidence wherever it leads. (I wrote a chapter on this important topic in Deism: A Revolution in Religion, A Revolution in You.)  The American founder and Deist Thomas Paine made clear the deadly nature of ancient Israel when he wrote in The Age of Reason, The Complete Edition, “The Jews made no converts; they butchered all.”  This sick thinking is also embraced by modern Israel as is evident from its violent treatment of Palestinians, its promotion of the Hebrew Bible/Old Testament which promotes Jewish superiority and its rhetoric such as Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu stating that Jerusalem has been the Israeli capital for 3,000 years.  The more people realize the ungodly nature of the Abrahamic “revealed” religions and their “holy” books (the Hebrew Bible/Old Testament, New Testament [at Matthew 5:18 it says that Jesus said, "For verily I say unto you, Till heaven and earth pass, one jot or one tittle shall in no wise pass from the law, till all be fulfilled."] and Koran), the sooner we can be free of the twisted thinking and the pain and misery they promote."

While I certainly agree that the three Yahwisms, as Dr de Hart and I refer to them, have been the root cause of much conflict and human suffering, reading these words - "This conflict Israel has with the rest of the world is a profoundly important problem that must be corrected" - sent a chill through me. Corrected how? Shades of die Judenfrage of the 193os, and we know in what that issued. I am no friend of Zionism, but that does not mean I am a friend of those who call for the "correction" of this "problem" by calls for the elimination of its existence. In short, I am no friend of the rhetoric of Tel Aviv or Tehran.

True enough, those "holy books" have promoted twisted thinking and pain and misery. But so has the "God of reason". We need only recall the slaughters perpetrated during the French revolution or the Bolshevik revolution in the name of "reason." There is no panacea, no magical formula, save, perhaps, just one. As we put it in that same book, that ancient "topological metaphor of the medium", about which we, and I, have written so much, would seem to imply that there is but one crime or sin, that of the murder of another individual in the name of any ideological system.

As for the first implication - the drones themselves - well, it seems clear that the implication is that the elites want to be able to do just that, to anyone, anytime, anywhere, and for whatever "reason" they in their star chambers may decide.

See you on the flip side.