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Cloaking the Sword of Honour

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#1 Ludikrus

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Posted 10 November 2015 - 12:24 PM

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Using God for selfish purposes; cloaking the sword with the Robe of Christ.
 
The Robe denotes Church.
The Sword denotes Nobility.
 
Using the image of Christ to justify all deeds!
 
 
That's only one religion and its use of the sword.
 
Here's another:
 
Conversions of convenience; turning warriors into educated and fierce slaves.
 
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The Mameluke and Janissary Entities epitomize this form of drone.  
Remember the sword given at Tripoli?  
What does that symbolize?
 
THE SWORD
 
The oldest weapons still in service in the United States Armed Forces belong to Marines. Today, the swords Marines carry represent the Marine Corps' rich heritage as America's original defenders. Officers carry the Mameluke Sword, which was originally given to Lieutenant Presley O'Bannon in 1805 by a Mameluke chieftain in North Africa. Lt O'Bannon and his Marines marched across 600 miles of North African desert to rid the "shores of Tripoli" of pirates and rescue the kidnapped crew of the USS Philadelphia. By 1825, all Marine Officers carried the Mameluke sword in recognition of this historic battle
 
—the Marine Corps' first on foreign soil.
 
Adopted in 1859, the NCO Sword is carried by Marine Noncommissioned Officers (NCOs) and Staff Noncommissioned Officers (SNCOs). Used for ceremonial purposes, the M1859 NCO Sword was bestowed to NCOs and SNCOs by the 6th Commandant, Colonel John Harris, in recognition of their leadership in combat
 
 

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Posted 10 November 2015 - 02:10 PM

RELIGION AND POLITICS A TOXIC MIX

 

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#3 Ludikrus

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Posted 10 November 2015 - 02:20 PM

The Bonfire of the Vanities is still burning.
Burn, burn to feed the vanity.
Burning desire,
Burning hate.
Feed the flames!
 
Iconoclasm is a continuation of this burning.
Always feeding the flames, keeping it burning higher and hotter.
The heat is needed to power the refrigeration of cold hearted treason.
Welcome to the land of OZ!
 
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#4 Jesse Jimmie

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Posted 10 November 2015 - 02:49 PM

A Common factor of groups with extreme prejudicial viewing systems:

They destroy all other groups of human beings and all traces of their books, artwork, knowledge…etc, etc. An evil, single minded force to wipe all traces of existence clean.  Seems to be a current affair behavior...

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To Cluck or not to Cluck, that is the question...


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Posted 10 November 2015 - 03:12 PM

The communities did all the work for the inquisitors.
Working to inculcate and cause acceptance by inflating a slogan to drive an idea forward.

“If you see something, Say something.”

All this serves is to open a door for a myriad of control definitions to follow.
All incorporating anger, hate and prejudice into their bylaws of business.
Profits are wonderful for the prophets of greed!

All those joyful things that make people dizzy.
Ready and willing to accept any swindle, any cheap dazzle.
Only, the price is the soul and the sword is the tool to cut it out.

 

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Posted 10 November 2015 - 07:25 PM

An appeal to the judicial system!  The last bastion of Faith!
 
 
Bar the framers of the Constitution recognized that responsiveness to the will of the majority may, if unchecked, become a tyranny of the majority. They therefore created a third branch – the judiciary – to check the actions of the legislature and the executive. In order to fulfill this function, the judiciary was intentionally isolated from the political process and purposely spared the task of dealing with changing public concerns and problems. 
 
We must never forget that the only real source of power that we as judges can tap is the respect of the people. We will command that respect only as long as we strive for neutrality. If we are perceived as campaigning for particular policies, as joining with other branches of government in resolving questions not committed to us by the Constitution, we may gain some public acclaim in the short run. In the long run, however, we will cease to be perceived as neutral arbiters, and we will lose that public respect so vital to our function.
 
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Posted 10 November 2015 - 07:57 PM

Achieving Transparency

- Turn off the projector
- Remove the screens and walls brick by brick
- Observe the frame with all the incorporated inner workings
- Look at the foundations *these can go deep

A sort of Tragedy inspired by Aeschylus.

Re organizing all the pieces into new piles and starting again requires careful reverse engineering without using the wrecking ball anymore.  Is this a working, practical model or form/idea for building something new?

Yes!

 

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Posted 10 November 2015 - 09:08 PM

Entity forming tower/pyramids are technologies of the machine; structured frameworks created by governments, courts, bureaucratic institutions, and corporations to institute reasonable structure.
 
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Sounds like more wheels within wheels. Representing the cogs and cords of psychological  and experimental power. The struggle for control!  
 
Synapses firing like lightning.
 
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Posted 10 November 2015 - 10:08 PM

How to mix up a batch of extreme prejudice and get suckers to drink it.
 
Begin Escalation of rigorous control methods within the clergy and the crown.  This has been done before. These growing pains lead to an enlightenment of psycho history. They began presenting arguments involving Predestination as a focal point.  Making claims with examples; involving further definition of divine right using predestination.
 
This gave opportunities for greedy discord and hubris within themselves. All of this behavior then 'trickle tricked' down to the plebeian assemblies of the time:  the building guilds, the bankers, the merchants, etc..
 
Sound familiar?  Do these models ring bells?

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Posted 10 November 2015 - 10:31 PM

 

How to mix up a batch of extreme prejudice and get suckers to drink it.
 
Begin Escalation of rigorous control methods within the clergy and the crown.  This has been done before. These growing pains lead to an enlightenment of psycho history. They began presenting arguments involving Predestination as a focal point.  Making claims with examples; involving further definition of divine right using predestination.
 
This gave opportunities for greedy discord and hubris within themselves. All of this behavior then 'trickle tricked' down to the plebeian assemblies of the time:  the building guilds, the bankers, the merchants, etc..
 
Sound familiar?  Do these models ring bells?

 

 

Yes, yes, they do!  They ring true!

 

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" Be not afeard, the isle is full of noises."

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Follow the trail of all that glittering silver and gold coming over from the New World.
What did it finance?
What debts did the Crown incur?
To whom were these debts paid to?
Where is all that gold and silver today?

Discovering the New World seems to have accelerated a mass of cruelty on both sides of the Atlantic. The Crown sure did have to do a lot of killing to get all that treasure.

What did they spend all that gold and silver on?

 

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