Why a Secular Government is Needed to Protect Us From Ourselves
The Book of Genesis says there are “chosen people.” The Bible indicates that a “chosen people,” the Israelites, are destined to preserve the truths in the Bible. Whenever there are “chosen people” others will be left out. Some may be ostracized by society. By default if there are “chosen people” then there will be “unchosen people.” This is inherently unfair. All religions across the globe are like this by default. Mormons will prefer Mormons; Jewish people will prefer Jewish people; and Catholics will prefer Catholics. Within each of their religions there are “chosen people.” People cannot be equal if a particular group is chosen over another.
Wicked geniuses will use the scripture and religion to their financial advantage. Holocaust victims were moved by the Rothschild family to Isreal as written in the Balfour Declaration. The Rothschilds declared that Jewish people will be moved to Isreal. Rothchilds did not do this for charity. They are the 1% behind the veil of the corporate King and banksters. Rothchilds own our Federal Reserve Bank and finance the killing of Palestinians in Israel. The Rothschilds are part of the industrial war complex and used the Bible to trick people.
The Framers of the Constitution and others were aware of preferences and divisions created by religion. People can take advantage of others through the guise of scripture or religion. Here are some great quotes to prove what I am writing to you:
- In an 1802 letter to the Danbury Baptist Association, Thomas Jefferson, then president, declared that the American people, through the First Amendment, had erected a “wall of separation between church and state.”
- Madison wrote: “Strongly guarded…is the separation between religion and government in the Constitution of the United States.”
- Supreme Court Justice Harry Blackman wrote in Lee v. Weisman, 1992: “When the government puts its imprimatur on a particular religion it conveys a message of exclusion to all those who do not adhere to the favored beliefs. A government cannot be premised on the belief that all persons are created equal when it asserts that God prefers some.”
- Sandra Day O’Connor wrote in the Texas Ten Commandments case in June 2005, “Those who would renegotiate the boundaries between church and state must therefore answer a difficult question: Why would we trade a system that has served us so well for one that served others so poorly?”
The above quotes 1-4 are from Gerry Spences’ Blood Thirsty Bitches and Pious Pimps of Power pages 140-141. At Anthony Paglia Injury Lawyer LTD we respect and advocate for all clients to protect our community. If you were hurt by the carelessness of another call our office at 702.830.7070 for a free consult.