Religions of Peace: ISLAM

Burma-Muslim massacre


Apologists for Islam (the word translates as submission or surrender) claim that their religion is one of peace. There are moderate Muslims, and many eschew jihad (popularly translates as holy war. It was, originally used for a personal cleansing of the soul from anger and corruption), honor killings, and hatred. That view of forsaking war or violence is not in the Qur’an.

“We [believers] disown you [non-believers, including family] and what you worship besides Allah. We renounce you. Enmity and hate shall forever reign between us—until you believe in Allah alone” (Qur’an 60:4).

What does the Quran say about peace, living in peace with other religions and those without religion, and working for the good of all people...

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Tea Party & GOP on Obama, Taxes and the USA

Various blogs claim that CNBC ran a story with the headline that read: Canadian’s Version of David Letterman’s Top 10.  CBNC rejects this claim. The account, instead, originally appeared on http://afrafrontpagenews.blogspot.com/2013/07/canadas-top-ten-list-of-americas.html published by a one-man blog that has as its moniker American Family Rights. It is a arm of the one-man, one-state Silent Majority USA with mail collection at P.O. Box 402 Douglass, TX 75943.

<i>Barack Obama</i>

Barack Obama

The blurb reads: This is Canada’s [sic] Top Ten List of America’s Stupidity.” The secondary rant defines the screed: “Of course we look like idiots …. Because we are.” Here are the inherent lies within this pulp paper:

<i>Maureen Dowd</i>

Maureen Dowd

Number 10   Only in   America   could politicians talk about the greed of the ri...

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The men known as Jesus–Part 2, No. 2: Psychology of a dysfunctional family

Dysfunctional Jesus

Jesus, his parents and siblings:

Psychology of a dysfunctional



1. Definition of a dysfunctional family

The Anna Karenina Principle

1b. Religion and dysfunctional families

1c. Lines of separation in dysfunctional families

2. Jesus’ dysfunctional family

2a. Lack of contemporary confirming evidence

2b. Jesus’ family members

2c. Jesus’ parents

2d. Invention of Mary’s perpetual virginity

2e. Disciple whom Jesus loved and his mother

2f. Son of a carpenter

3. Jesus dysfunctional revolt against his family

3a. Wedding at Cana

3b. Jesus rejection of Mother and turn toward gender identification

3c. Who are Jesus’ brothers and sisters?

3d. Denial of the family and psychological dysfunctionalism

4. Sex, women, Beloved Disciple and cover-up

5. Bibliography


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The men known as Jesus in the New Testament—Part Two: Understanding the Psychology of Jesus

Jesus will train children how to kill.

Understanding the psychology of Jesus


1. Introduction: Psychology and Literature

2. Jesus the glutton and drunkard

2a. Psychology of gluttony

2b. Psychology of drunkenness

3. Psychology of a peaceful Jesus

3a. Psychology of peace

3b. Psychology of denial

3c. Jesus loved little children

4. Psychology of the Warrior Jesus and Violence

4a. Jesus hated little children

4b. Jesus: Self-centered and arrogant

4c. Psychology of divinity

5. Jesus and the naked male youth

5a. Psychology of vengeance

6. Jesus the psychopathic warrior

6a. Psychology of war

6b. Psychology of Jesus and zombie friends

7. Bibliography

Primary documents

Monographs and book reviews

Psychological Studies—Books and articles

Web links

8. End Notes


1. Introduction: Psychology and Literature

Many people fantasiz...

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Discovering Different men called Jesus in the New Testament—Part One, No. 2: Psychology of Jesus–How I lost Jesus and Found Art

How I lost Jesus and found Art

1. Introduction: Learning to fear and love God

2. Psychology of daily Bible reading to find Jesus

3. God’s gift: fear and love

4. Living Biblical Literalism

5. Mistake of questioning god-fearing parents

6. Rebellion

7. Sex and Jesus

7a. Sex, sin, and psychology

7b. Masturbation

7c. Impure thoughts

7d. Adultery

7e. Rhythm and babies

7f. Sex only in everlasting marriage

8. Children force adults into pedophile actions

8a. Sworn to secrecy to protect pastors

8b. Rod of Jesse and Staff of Life

9. Becoming disillusioned with Jesus—and god

9a. Epistles of Paul detailing the life and ministry of Jesus


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1. Introduction: Learning to fear and love God

Lutheran children are taught to obey god and their parents who stand in place of god: ...

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The men known as Jesus in the New Testament: Part One, No. 1: What the Bible actually says

Jesus chases out money changers.

The men known as Jesus in the New Testament

Part One, No. 1: What the Bible Actually says


1. Background for inquiry and biographical sketches

2. Jesus: Portraits of Warrior and Pacifist

3. Saul’s Warrior Christ

4. Jesus the hedonist

5. Hell and Jesus

6. Sex as a religious rite

7. Jesus birth and heritage

8. Was Jesus homosexual?

9. The non-forgiving Jesus

10. Jesus and the Holy Spirit

11. Bibliography

12. End Notes

What the Bible Actually says

1. Background for inquiry and biographical sketches

When I was a small child with no one to play with, no family to speak with, no pets, no life of my own, I read the bible to find the “words of comfort” uttered by a man whom, I was told in Sunday School, loved little children and invited them to be with him at any time...

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Easter: From goddesses to rabbits, eggs and festivals


I. Introduction: Why I wrote this article

II. A psychopathic sadomasochistic god

III. The Original Easter

IV. Marriage as a part of Easter

V. Easter eggs

VI. Dating Easter to make it Christian

VII. Sex and fertility as a part of Easter

VIII. The Crescent: Symbol of Woman, her Vagina, Fertility, and Sex

IX. Uselessness of man unless he rode on the foal of an ass

X. Eggs: the spiritual sign of fertility and food of generations

XI. End Notes

Ruminations on Easter 2014

I. Introduction: Why I wrote this article

<i>Statue of the goddess Freya, Spring Equinox and fertility</i>

Statue of the goddess Freya, Spring Equinox and fertility

I have written on the pagan origins of Easter  over the last thirty years...

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Ukraine and Russia: facts and fancies

Russophiles and those terrified of alienating the Big Russian Bear in 2013, after the heart of the former Soviet Empire survived the fall of the Berlin Wall and later dismemberment, claim that the nation known as the Ukraine has always been a part of Russia. This is a lie.

The Ukraine has been inhabited for at least forty four thousand years.1 The horse was first domesticated in the Ukraine.2

<i>Historical map of Kievan Rus' and territory of Ukraine last 20 years of the state 1220–1240<i/>

Historical map of Kievan Rus’ and territory of Ukraine last 20 years of the state 1220–1240

All evidence points to the Ukraine as the primer site of the origins of the Proto-Indo-European language family,3 and it was the birthplace of what became, later, the medieval state of Kievan Rus (was known as the “land of the Rus'” (Old East Slavic: Рѹ́сьскаѧ землѧ, from the ethnonym Рѹ́сь; Greek: Ῥώς; Arabi...

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HuffPost, Facebook, and NSA bring Big Brother to the Police State of the USA

Tradition, as defined by nearly every dictionary, is “The passing down of elements of a culture from generation to generation, especially by oral communication.” While most traditions appear to be harmless, they are usually the buttresses to bulk up and maintain separation and alienation of people. To this end ghettos, from the early Middle Ages through the terrorism of NAZI Germany and now impregnated throughout the world is the bulwark of evil, racial and gender discrimination from 401 to the present, to religious persecution of non-Christians with Constantine I’s founding of his “catholic (universal) “,1 and forced those who did not convert to Christianity to pay for the building of his new capital city,2 to the attack by Romans on Christians and Christians on Romans,3 etc...

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Jesus was Black, Santa Claus was Middle Eastern Arab Brown, and Megyn Kelly is ignorant


1. Jesus

2. Santa Claus

3. Megyn Kelly

4. Bibliography

5. End Notes


<i>Jesus of the Sacred Heart</i>

Jesus of the Sacred Heart

When little children enter into Sunday school classrooms, dressed with smiles and bows, gleaming bright eyes and eager inquisitive minds, they see a plastic patented present-day image of a young white male with long light-brown hair, glistening eyes, and a cherubic smile. He is lean, taller than the people around him, and usually has blue eyes—the ideal of white supremacists from the dark days of Pope Leo “the Great” (by curial, not popular, decision) whose infatuation with the Briton slaves 1 offered for sale in Rome in the fourth century.  When he asked the children where they were from, they responded, according to legend, Anglia...

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