Lies

WESTERN SCIENCE LIES
http://andgodmadelight.files.wordpress.com/2009/03/1agml-j5l32-2d3t-a.jpg?w=210&h=408But black people get melanoma too!


Only in Western science do blacks get melanoma.

But, Western science is rooted in the flawed concepts of white supremacy.

In reality, blacks are negatively effected by the sun in places like the palms of our hands & souls of our feet (places of our bodies that don’t receive enough Ultraviolet Light).

When he first came to the United States (in the late 1920s) the honorable Fard Muhammad brought with him the introduction of the knowledge of the differences between Eumelanin and Phaeomelanin.

It wasn’t until the late 1940s, when the West accepted as truth the unique relationship between Eumelanin & Ultraviolet Light, that they began studying it.

Our history of the study of the genetics of melanin & the science of Ultraviolet Light reaches back much further than the 1940s. It is ancient.

When Moses (who was black) found whites in the Caucasus Mountains they didn’t bathe, had sex with animals, didn’t know what fire was, were having sex with their children and parents and eating raw meat.

The 10 Commandments were written FOR THEM. Not the n.i.g.g.a.s who came out of Egypt.

Jacob in the Bible, who is the same as  the Yakub in the Koran, grafted white people by isolating the brown gene from the black gene.

While the Koran goes into detail about it, there is reference of it in the bible. It’s alluded to in the Genetic Experiments he (Jacob) did on his father-in-law’s cattle.

Using the same technique, he grafted an inferior breed that had a phaeomelanin coat.

Judgment and damnation now blanket the race. Their wretched skin is consumed in The Sunlight. Yet they are so self absorbed they don’t recognize the metaphor in the prophesy that Ultraviolet Light is Lakes of Fires.

The Sun of  God made “His” light discriminate between those “He” loves and those “He” despises. As in the Days of Noah, please let them  continue to eat, drink and be merry

Antioch Hades

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64 Responses to Lies

  1. Tony says:

    Wait a minute. Is this just another one of those silly Web sites for smelly blacks to blame their failure on whites because they can’t take ownership of their lives!? You blacks are hil-ar-i-ous!!! Seriously, take a shower; you all smell like earwax and 99 cent hand lotion…

    • andgodmadelight says:

      Tony,
      This isn’t about blaming whites. It is about bringing all into knowledge of your condemnation and the destruction of evil.

      Antioch

    • J. Whiteguy says:

      Seriously…. You have smoked way too much crack. Do yourself a favor and get an education. I have to say though. This site gave me a good laugh! Seriously though… put the light bulb and lighter down… Please.

      • andgodmadelight says:

        J. Whiteguy,
        The reaction of whites who learn that we (blacks) don’t think like you think we think and have sciences and knowledge outside of what you know is predictable.

        Antioch Hades
        publisher

  2. Tony says:

    Wait a minute. Is this just another one of those silly Web sites for smelly blacks to blame their failure on whites because they can’t take ownership of their lives!? You blacks are hil-ar-i-ous!!! Seriously, take a shower; you all smell like earwax and 99 cent hand lotion…

  3. cole says:

    You’re all so full of shit. I’m not racist at all and I’m white. Haven’t you realised christianity is basically the only religion that does not either preach violence or that which may harm yourself? It teaches nothing but love you hate-filled biased towelhead. Eat shit and die.

    • andgodmadelight says:

      Cole,
      What a marvelous zealot of the invisible god and fake son of god you are. White Christianity and your invisible god justified your treatment and genocide of the Indians. It championed and preached the dehumanizing Trans Atlantic Slave Trade of my fellow Nubian brothers and sisters and, even today, kills millions of innocent people in the Middle East. The true God despises evil; and, your race has earned that title. …

      Antioch Hades
      publisher

    • Stephanie says:

      Paganism and Unitarian Universalism are far more accepting of people than Christianity will ever be, as are East Asian religions. Study multiple religions before you give Christianity that much credit. But, I agree with most of what you’ve said.

      • andgodmadelight says:

        Stephanie,
        What credit was their self serving godcept (god concept) given?

        Antioch

      • Stephanie says:

        Last time I checked there are self-serving people in every race. Who have twisted religion so that they may have a god concept that fits their moronic beliefs.

        Like you black moses picture and their white moses picture. Neither is true(espicially since the story is made up) because moses was a jew there for he would be dark from his heritage and from wondering around the desert, but not black. So it would be impossible for him to be white or black.

        He’s just a tanned jewish man.

      • andgodmadelight says:

        The story is a metaphor and niggas are the real Jews.

        Noah’s Ark metaphor: “Few (of even us are aware of the Ultraviolet Light Manifest that original Yakub wrote, telling how to destroy his creation. Much of that original manuscript was destroyed in That Great Flood that is known to us in the Story of Noah’s Ark. But be not deceived. The Flood was used as a metaphor representing the Washing Away of Memories. The Ark was a metaphor representing the head or brain. It was not until the original Yakub 7 Ali that we became reacquainted with the knowledge of the 3rd Eye that had been forgotten.” (Link)

        Antioch

  4. cole says:

    You’re all so full of shit. I’m not racist at all and I’m white. Haven’t you realised christianity is basically the only religion that does not either preach violence or that which may harm yourself? It teaches nothing but love you hate-filled biased towelhead. Eat shit and die.

    • Stephanie says:

      Paganism and Unitarian Universalism are far more accepting of people than Christianity will ever be, as are East Asian religions. Study multiple religions before you give Christianity that much credit. But, I agree with most of what you’ve said.

  5. Stephanie says:

    I have yet to study Islam in depth but, I am in no way find the religion appealing. I don’t believe in the Abrahamic definition of god, and I never will again.

    It’s not a metaphor. There’s my case and point you are twisting, something that is clearly written, to fit you messed up beliefs. You, in your life must have been burned by some people, that just happened to be white. This does not give you the right to loop an entire race into situations they had nothing to do with. Nor does the history of them have anything to do with each individual person. Just like with us black people. Every time some black “gangster” thug kills, or robs, or commits some crime we don’t want to be looped into their madness. Into a category just because we share the same skin color. In Africa we sold each other to the white strangers, we helped slavery exist. No, wait that wasn’t us. It was people that we share no real connection to other than skin color.

    Bottom line is slavery would not have ended without the help of whites, mainstream hardcore can’t-sit-in-the-front-can’t-love-outside-your-race-can’t-go-a-day-without-being-called-nigger racism would not have ended without whites, the first black president would not be in offices without the help of white people. In fact, he would not be alive if his WHITE mother and his WHITE grandparents had not raised him. And they raised him well.

    I hate your site. You idiotic message is spreading(not saying it is catching on but people are seeing what you all are stating) and the black race is being pulled down by this. I see people being sucked into your racism. And they in turn express racist thoughts. I know that you can’t make someone racist it is something that forms over time. But you and your group are not making anything better.

    Can’t you see some of the greatest most positive achievements in history have been made when people ignore race and work together. And those that were made by racism and separation have never lasted, and are always overturned.

    I truly encourage you to open your mind and your heart and let your hate fade into a distant memory. As long as you have breath it is never to late to change your ways and impact the world in a more positive way.

  6. fagdrag27 says:

    niggers=subhuman

    fuck your yakub muslim shit and your 3rd eye. suck my big white cock

  7. fagdrag27 says:

    niggers=subhuman

    fuck your yakub muslim shit and your 3rd eye. suck my big white cock

  8. niggermania says:

    see Im going to have to disagree with stephanie. niggers never invented anything – especially niggers that think they can “burn” people with their “third eye”.

    god may have made light, but he also made white people with brains superior to those of apes like you, antioch.

    those white brains invented firearms, in which in turn will be used against you and your ignorant followers.

    fuck you.

  9. niggermania says:

    see Im going to have to disagree with stephanie. niggers never invented anything – especially niggers that think they can “burn” people with their “third eye”.

    god may have made light, but he also made white people with brains superior to those of apes like you, antioch.

    those white brains invented firearms, in which in turn will be used against you and your ignorant followers.

    fuck you.

  10. Superior Race says:

    Geez niggers are stupid.

  11. Superior Race says:

    Geez niggers are stupid.

  12. Fixer says:

    Stephanie, Where do you think Whites learned to enslave people? From the Negros in Africa who had been enslaving each other for thousands of years, as the do today. Lincoln realized that Negros were inferior, he just thought slavery of anybody was wrong.

  13. Fixer says:

    Stephanie, Where do you think Whites learned to enslave people? From the Negros in Africa who had been enslaving each other for thousands of years, as the do today. Lincoln realized that Negros were inferior, he just thought slavery of anybody was wrong.

    • Wyze says:

      Fixer,

      Lincoln Was A Mulatto, And Notice How His Devilish Brethren Put Him On A Copper Penny, And Turned The Image In The Opposite Direction In Opposition To The Others………

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  16. walt235 says:

    That melanin and pineal glands sure make Haiti and all those other nigger infested countries so rich and advanced! LOL! Silly subhuman niggers! You deserve what happens to your monkey asses!

  17. walt235 says:

    That melanin and pineal glands sure make Haiti and all those other nigger infested countries so rich and advanced! LOL! Silly subhuman niggers! You deserve what happens to your monkey asses!

    • Wyze says:

      Redneck,

      …That Melanin And Pineal Gland Once Cultivated And Activated, Will Make Those With It The Rulers They Once Were….Welcome To The Sun Cycle!! And As Soon As White & Black Devils Are Removed From The Path Of Progress, Riches And Advancement Will Follow……………

  18. RICHBABY says:

    Anything regarding RE-LI-GION is EVIL, ANY BIBLE DISTRIBUTED. THE GOD I SERVE IS LOVE, RIGHTEOUS AND FAIR. ALL THE BIBLE DISTRIBUTED TEACHES SEPARATISM, THIS IS EVIL. RE-LI-GION MEANS LE-GIONS OF DEMONS……………….NOW, YOU FIGURE

  19. RICHBABY says:

    Anything regarding RE-LI-GION is EVIL, ANY BIBLE DISTRIBUTED. THE GOD I SERVE IS LOVE, RIGHTEOUS AND FAIR. ALL THE BIBLE DISTRIBUTED TEACHES SEPARATISM, THIS IS EVIL. RE-LI-GION MEANS LE-GIONS OF DEMONS……………….NOW, YOU FIGURE

  20. RICHBABY says:

    Anything regarding RE-LI-GION is EVIL, ANY BIBLE DISTRIBUTED. THE GOD I SERVE IS LOVE, RIGHTEOUS AND FAIR. ALL THE BIBLE DISTRIBUTED TEACHES SEPARATISM, THIS IS EVIL. RE-LI-GION MEANS LE-GIONS OF DEMONS……………….NOW, YOU FIGURE

  21. RICHBABY says:

    MOST WHITES I KNOW ARE EVIL AND THIS IS TRUE. MANY BLACKS WHO KNOW YOU ARE EVIL, ARE JUST FEAD UP WITH YOUR EVILNESS. NOW, I WILL ADMIT THERE ARE SOME BLACKS WHO TRIED TO BE LIKE YOU WHITE, INSTEAD OF BEING THEMSELEVES AND THERE ARE THOSE IGNORANT BLACKS WHO KNOW YOU ARE EVIL (WHITES) AND JUST WANT YOU GONE. We will all SEE THE ENDING PROCESS, BECAUSE WHAT GOES AROUND, WILL COME BACK AROUND 360 DEGREES BABY, NOT 33 DEGREES (ILLUMANTI) AND OH HOW SMALL OF A BRAIN. FOR ME, I AM JUST TIRED OF THE EVIL HERE IN THIS EARTH DONE BY BLACKS WHO HAVE ADOPTED TO WHITES BEHAVIOR AND WHITES WHO ARE ALL EVIL.

  22. RICHBABY says:

    MOST WHITES I KNOW ARE EVIL AND THIS IS TRUE. MANY BLACKS WHO KNOW YOU ARE EVIL, ARE JUST FEAD UP WITH YOUR EVILNESS. NOW, I WILL ADMIT THERE ARE SOME BLACKS WHO TRIED TO BE LIKE YOU WHITE, INSTEAD OF BEING THEMSELEVES AND THERE ARE THOSE IGNORANT BLACKS WHO KNOW YOU ARE EVIL (WHITES) AND JUST WANT YOU GONE. We will all SEE THE ENDING PROCESS, BECAUSE WHAT GOES AROUND, WILL COME BACK AROUND 360 DEGREES BABY, NOT 33 DEGREES (ILLUMANTI) AND OH HOW SMALL OF A BRAIN. FOR ME, I AM JUST TIRED OF THE EVIL HERE IN THIS EARTH DONE BY BLACKS WHO HAVE ADOPTED TO WHITES BEHAVIOR AND WHITES WHO ARE ALL EVIL.

  23. RICHBABY says:

    MOST WHITES I KNOW ARE EVIL AND THIS IS TRUE. MANY BLACKS WHO KNOW YOU ARE EVIL, ARE JUST FEAD UP WITH YOUR EVILNESS. NOW, I WILL ADMIT THERE ARE SOME BLACKS WHO TRIED TO BE LIKE YOU WHITE, INSTEAD OF BEING THEMSELEVES AND THERE ARE THOSE IGNORANT BLACKS WHO KNOW YOU ARE EVIL (WHITES) AND JUST WANT YOU GONE. We will all SEE THE ENDING PROCESS, BECAUSE WHAT GOES AROUND, WILL COME BACK AROUND 360 DEGREES BABY, NOT 33 DEGREES (ILLUMANTI) AND OH HOW SMALL OF A BRAIN. FOR ME, I AM JUST TIRED OF THE EVIL HERE IN THIS EARTH DONE BY BLACKS WHO HAVE ADOPTED TO WHITES BEHAVIOR AND WHITES WHO ARE ALL EVIL.

  24. RICHBABY says:

    WALT235,

    FOR YOUR INFORMATION. YOU ARE IGNORANT TOO I SEE. THIS GOVERNMENT IS THE ONE WHO GAVE THOSE PEOPLE IN HAITI THAT SHIT BY INJECTION, JUST LIKE ALL OTHER CRAP HERE IN THE USA BY INJECTION. WHY DID THEY DO THAT? BECAUSE OF OUR DNA………….PLEASE STOP DEFENDING THE STUPIDITY. IT IS THE LESS THAN 33 DEGREE BRAIN OF YOURS…………NOW TO GIVE YOU A LITTLE MORE INFORMATION. THE ILLIMANATI KNOWS THAT YOU WERE CREATED HERE ON THIS EARTH AND THAT YOU (WHITES) HAVE NOT AND CAN NOT GO PASS THIS EARTH. OH THE MOON (THAT WAS A LIE), THEY NEVER MADE IT THERE. BUT CHECK OUT THE NORTH POLE, ASK YOU WHITE GOVERNMENT WHY THEY HAVE A COMPLETE CITY UNDERGROUND AND YOU DO NOT KNOW ABOUT IT. LET ME HELP YOU OUT SOME, BILDERBURG, ILLUMANITI, AND ALL OTHERS THINK THEY WILL BE SAFE FROM WHAT IS GOING TO HAPPEN TOO THEM. ALSO, WHILE YOU ASK THEM, ASK THEM ABOUT HAARP, WHY THEY ARE SENDING OUT FREQUENCIES, USING IT FOR A WEAPON AND ALSO WHERE IS THE PERSON WHO BUILT HAARP……………OH YOU NEED TO WAKE YOURSELF UP, IF YOU CAN…………………..

  25. RICHBABY says:

    WALT235,

    FOR YOUR INFORMATION. YOU ARE IGNORANT TOO I SEE. THIS GOVERNMENT IS THE ONE WHO GAVE THOSE PEOPLE IN HAITI THAT SHIT BY INJECTION, JUST LIKE ALL OTHER CRAP HERE IN THE USA BY INJECTION. WHY DID THEY DO THAT? BECAUSE OF OUR DNA………….PLEASE STOP DEFENDING THE STUPIDITY. IT IS THE LESS THAN 33 DEGREE BRAIN OF YOURS…………NOW TO GIVE YOU A LITTLE MORE INFORMATION. THE ILLIMANATI KNOWS THAT YOU WERE CREATED HERE ON THIS EARTH AND THAT YOU (WHITES) HAVE NOT AND CAN NOT GO PASS THIS EARTH. OH THE MOON (THAT WAS A LIE), THEY NEVER MADE IT THERE. BUT CHECK OUT THE NORTH POLE, ASK YOU WHITE GOVERNMENT WHY THEY HAVE A COMPLETE CITY UNDERGROUND AND YOU DO NOT KNOW ABOUT IT. LET ME HELP YOU OUT SOME, BILDERBURG, ILLUMANITI, AND ALL OTHERS THINK THEY WILL BE SAFE FROM WHAT IS GOING TO HAPPEN TOO THEM. ALSO, WHILE YOU ASK THEM, ASK THEM ABOUT HAARP, WHY THEY ARE SENDING OUT FREQUENCIES, USING IT FOR A WEAPON AND ALSO WHERE IS THE PERSON WHO BUILT HAARP……………OH YOU NEED TO WAKE YOURSELF UP, IF YOU CAN…………………..

  26. RICHBABY says:

    WALT235,

    FOR YOUR INFORMATION. YOU ARE IGNORANT TOO I SEE. THIS GOVERNMENT IS THE ONE WHO GAVE THOSE PEOPLE IN HAITI THAT SHIT BY INJECTION, JUST LIKE ALL OTHER CRAP HERE IN THE USA BY INJECTION. WHY DID THEY DO THAT? BECAUSE OF OUR DNA………….PLEASE STOP DEFENDING THE STUPIDITY. IT IS THE LESS THAN 33 DEGREE BRAIN OF YOURS…………NOW TO GIVE YOU A LITTLE MORE INFORMATION. THE ILLIMANATI KNOWS THAT YOU WERE CREATED HERE ON THIS EARTH AND THAT YOU (WHITES) HAVE NOT AND CAN NOT GO PASS THIS EARTH. OH THE MOON (THAT WAS A LIE), THEY NEVER MADE IT THERE. BUT CHECK OUT THE NORTH POLE, ASK YOU WHITE GOVERNMENT WHY THEY HAVE A COMPLETE CITY UNDERGROUND AND YOU DO NOT KNOW ABOUT IT. LET ME HELP YOU OUT SOME, BILDERBURG, ILLUMANITI, AND ALL OTHERS THINK THEY WILL BE SAFE FROM WHAT IS GOING TO HAPPEN TOO THEM. ALSO, WHILE YOU ASK THEM, ASK THEM ABOUT HAARP, WHY THEY ARE SENDING OUT FREQUENCIES, USING IT FOR A WEAPON AND ALSO WHERE IS THE PERSON WHO BUILT HAARP……………OH YOU NEED TO WAKE YOURSELF UP, IF YOU CAN…………………..

  27. RICHBABY says:

    HERE ARE THE FATHERS OF THE BIBLE

    SEPARIS IS JESUS CHRIST
    http://www.touregypt.net/featurestories/serapis.htm

    Our Founding Fathers on Christianity
    Anyone who tells you that the Founding Fathers were trying to create a Christian nation is either a liar or parroting what other liars told him. This is what they really had to say about Christianity.

    The Faith of our Founding Fathers
    By Dean Worbis

    No one disputes the faith of our Founding Fathers. To speak of unalienable
    Rights being endowed by a Creator certainly shows a sensitivity to our
    spiritual selves. What is suprising is when fundamentalist Christians think
    the Founding Father’s faith had anything to do with the Bible. Without
    exception, the faith of our Funding Fathers was deist, not theist. It was
    best expressed earlier in the Declaration of Independence, when they spoke
    of “the Laws of Nature” and of “Nature’s God.”

    In a sermon of October 1831, Episcopalian minister Bird Wilson said, “Among
    all of our Presidents, from Washington downward, not one was a professor of
    religion, at least not of more than Unitarianism.”

    The Bible? Here is what our Founding Fathers wrote about Bible-based
    Christianity

    Thomas Jefferson
    “I have examined all the known superstitions of the world and I do not find
    in our particular superstition of Christianity one redeeming feature. They
    are all alike founded on fables and mythology. Millions of innocent men,
    women, and children, since the introduction of Christianity, have been
    burnt, tortured, fined, and imprisoned. What has been the effect of this
    coercion? To make one half the world fools and the other half hypocrites; to
    support roguery and error all over the earth.”

    SIX HISTORIC AMERICANS
    By John E. Remsburg, letter to William Short

    Jefferson again
    “Christianity…(has become) the most perverted system that ever shone on
    man…Rogueries, absurdities and untruths were perpetrated upon the
    teachings of Jesus by a large band of dupes and imposters led by Paul, the
    first great corruptor of the teachings of Jesus.”

    More Jefferson
    “The clergy converted the simple teachings of Jesus into an engine for
    enslaving mankind and adulturated by artificial constructions into a
    contrivance to filch wealth and power to themselves…these clergy in fact,
    constitute the real Anti-Christ.”

    Jefferson’s word for the Bible? “Dunghill.”

    John Adams
    “Where do we find a precept in the Bible for Creeds, Confessions, Doctrines
    and Oaths, and whole cartloads of other trumpery that we find religion
    encumbered with in these days?”

    Also Adams
    “The doctrine of the divinity of Jesus is made a convenient cover for
    absurdity.”

    Adams signed the Treaty of Tripoli. Article 11 states
    “The Government of the United States is not in any sense founded on the
    Christian religion.”

    Here’s Thomas Paine
    “I would not dare to so dishonor my Creator God by attaching His name to
    that book (the Bible).”

    “Among the most detesable villains in history, you could not find one worse
    than Moses. Here is an order, attributed to ‘God’ to butcher the boys, to
    massacre the mothers, and to debauch and rape the daughters. I would not
    dare so dishonor my Creator’s name by (attaching) it to this filthy book
    (the Bible).”

    “It is the duty of every true Diest to vindicate the moral justice of God
    against the evils of the Bible.”

    “Accustom a people to believe that priests and clergy can forgive sins…and
    you will have sins in abundance.”

    And; “The Christian church has set up a religion of pomp and revenue in
    pretend imitation of a person (Jesus) who lived a life of poverty.”

    Finally let’s hear from James Madison
    “What influence in fact have Christian ecclesiastical establishments had on
    civil society? In many instances they have been upholding the thrones of
    political tyrrany. In no instance have they been seen as the guardians of
    the liberties of the people. Rulers who wished to subvert the public liberty
    have found in the clergy convenient auxiliaries. A just government,
    instituted to secure and perpetuate liberty, does not need the clergy.”

    Madison objected to state-supported chaplains in Congress and to the
    exemption of churches from taxation. He wrote “Religion and government will
    both exist in greater purity, the less they are mixed together.”

    These Founding Fathers were a reflection of the American population. Having
    escaped from the state-established religions of Europe, only 7% of the
    people in the 13 colonies belonged to a church when the Declaration of
    Independence was signed.

    Among those who confuse Christianity with the founding of America, the rise
    of conservative Baptists is one of the more interesting developments. The
    Baptists believed God’s authority came from the people, not the priesthood,
    and they had been persecuted for this belief. It was they – the Baptists –
    who were instrumental in securing the separation of church and state. They
    knew you can not have a “one-way-wall” that lets religion into government
    but that does not let it out. They knew no religion is capable of handling
    political power without becoming corrupted by it. And, perhaps, they knew it
    was Christ himself who first proposed the separation of church and state;
    “Give unto Caesar that which is Caesar’s and unto the Lord that which is the
    Lord’s.”

    In the last five years the Baptists have been taken over by a fundamentalist
    faction that insists authority comes from the Bible and that the individual
    must accept the interpretation of the Bible from a higher authority. These
    usurpers of the Baptist faith are those who insist they should meddle in the
    affairs of the government and it is they who insist the government should
    meddle in the beliefs of individuals.

    References The writings of Thomas Jefferson exist in 25 volumes.
    The references for this article were found in the book, SIX HISTORIC
    AMERICANS, by John E. Remsburg (who interviewed many of Lincoln’s
    associates). Much of his work on Jefferson came from THE MEMOIRS,
    CORRESPONDENCE AND MISCELLANIES FROM THE PAPERS OF THOMAS JEFFERSON, 4
    volumes ed. by Thomas Jefferson Randolph (the grandson of Thomas Jefferson).

    WWJD What Would Jefferson Do?

    April 13, 2000 marks Thomas Jefferson’s 257th birthday. In honor of this
    occasion, Americans United has pulled together some of Jefferson’s best
    statements on church and state. Jefferson, along with James Madison, was a
    key architect of the religious liberty guarantees we enjoy today. What better
    way to honor the memory of this visionary founder than spending a few moments
    reading and reflecting on his timeless wisdom? With issues such as voucher
    aid to religious schools and government-sponsored prayer in public schools
    pending in Congress and the state legislatures, Jefferson’s comments are
    just as relevant today as they were then.

    Religious Right activists claim the framers never intended to
    separate church and state. Christian Coalition president Pat Robertson
    says separation is a “lie of the left.” TV preacher Jerry Falwell calls it
    “a modern fabrication.”

    Here are Jefferson’s own words on the subject.

    Separation of Church and State
    “Believing with you that religion is a matter which lies solely
    between man and his God, that he owes account to none other for his faith
    or his worship, that the legitimate powers of government reach actions
    only, and not opinions, I contemplate with sovereign reverence that act of
    the whole American people which declared that their legislature should
    ‘make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the
    free exercise thereof,’ thus building a wall of separation between Church
    and State.”
    –Letter to the Danbury (Conn.) Baptist Association, January 1, 1802

    Taxation for Religion
    “[T]o compel a man to furnish contributions of money for the
    propagation of opinions which he disbelieves, is sinful and tyrannical;
    that even the forcing of him to support this or that teacher of his own
    religious persuasion, is depriving him of the comfortable liberty of
    giving his contributions to the particular pastor whose morals he would
    make his pattern, and whose powers he feels most persuasive to
    righteousness….Be it therefore enacted by the General Assembly, That no
    man shall be compelled to frequent or support any religious worship, place
    or ministry whatsoever, nor shall be enforced, restrained, molested, or
    burthened in his body or goods, nor shall otherwise suffer on account of
    his religious opinions or belief; but that all men shall be free to
    profess and by argument to maintain their opinions in matters of religion,
    and that the same shall in no wise diminish, enlarge, or affect their
    civil capacities.”
    –Excerpts from Jefferson’s Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom, 1786

    Government-Sponsored Prayer and Other Religious Worship
    “I do not believe it is for the interest of religion to invite the
    civil magistrate to direct its exercises, its discipline, or its
    doctrines; nor of the religious societies, that the General Government
    should be invested with the power of effecting any uniformity of time or
    matter among them. Fasting and prayer are religious exercises; the
    enjoining them an act of discipline. Every religious society has a right
    to determine for itself the times for these exercises, and the objects
    proper for them, according to their own particular tenets; and the right
    can never be safer than in their hands, where the Constitution has
    deposited it.”
    –Letter to Samuel Miller, January 23, 1808

    One quote the writer forgot to include: “I have sworn an oath on the altar of God of eternal hostility to tyranny” from Tom Jefferson.

    I suggest as an exercise for the reader, look up that quote in context..
    A.Lizard

  28. RICHBABY says:

    HERE ARE THE FATHERS OF THE BIBLE

    SEPARIS IS JESUS CHRIST
    http://www.touregypt.net/featurestories/serapis.htm

    Our Founding Fathers on Christianity
    Anyone who tells you that the Founding Fathers were trying to create a Christian nation is either a liar or parroting what other liars told him. This is what they really had to say about Christianity.

    The Faith of our Founding Fathers
    By Dean Worbis

    No one disputes the faith of our Founding Fathers. To speak of unalienable
    Rights being endowed by a Creator certainly shows a sensitivity to our
    spiritual selves. What is suprising is when fundamentalist Christians think
    the Founding Father’s faith had anything to do with the Bible. Without
    exception, the faith of our Funding Fathers was deist, not theist. It was
    best expressed earlier in the Declaration of Independence, when they spoke
    of “the Laws of Nature” and of “Nature’s God.”

    In a sermon of October 1831, Episcopalian minister Bird Wilson said, “Among
    all of our Presidents, from Washington downward, not one was a professor of
    religion, at least not of more than Unitarianism.”

    The Bible? Here is what our Founding Fathers wrote about Bible-based
    Christianity

    Thomas Jefferson
    “I have examined all the known superstitions of the world and I do not find
    in our particular superstition of Christianity one redeeming feature. They
    are all alike founded on fables and mythology. Millions of innocent men,
    women, and children, since the introduction of Christianity, have been
    burnt, tortured, fined, and imprisoned. What has been the effect of this
    coercion? To make one half the world fools and the other half hypocrites; to
    support roguery and error all over the earth.”

    SIX HISTORIC AMERICANS
    By John E. Remsburg, letter to William Short

    Jefferson again
    “Christianity…(has become) the most perverted system that ever shone on
    man…Rogueries, absurdities and untruths were perpetrated upon the
    teachings of Jesus by a large band of dupes and imposters led by Paul, the
    first great corruptor of the teachings of Jesus.”

    More Jefferson
    “The clergy converted the simple teachings of Jesus into an engine for
    enslaving mankind and adulturated by artificial constructions into a
    contrivance to filch wealth and power to themselves…these clergy in fact,
    constitute the real Anti-Christ.”

    Jefferson’s word for the Bible? “Dunghill.”

    John Adams
    “Where do we find a precept in the Bible for Creeds, Confessions, Doctrines
    and Oaths, and whole cartloads of other trumpery that we find religion
    encumbered with in these days?”

    Also Adams
    “The doctrine of the divinity of Jesus is made a convenient cover for
    absurdity.”

    Adams signed the Treaty of Tripoli. Article 11 states
    “The Government of the United States is not in any sense founded on the
    Christian religion.”

    Here’s Thomas Paine
    “I would not dare to so dishonor my Creator God by attaching His name to
    that book (the Bible).”

    “Among the most detesable villains in history, you could not find one worse
    than Moses. Here is an order, attributed to ‘God’ to butcher the boys, to
    massacre the mothers, and to debauch and rape the daughters. I would not
    dare so dishonor my Creator’s name by (attaching) it to this filthy book
    (the Bible).”

    “It is the duty of every true Diest to vindicate the moral justice of God
    against the evils of the Bible.”

    “Accustom a people to believe that priests and clergy can forgive sins…and
    you will have sins in abundance.”

    And; “The Christian church has set up a religion of pomp and revenue in
    pretend imitation of a person (Jesus) who lived a life of poverty.”

    Finally let’s hear from James Madison
    “What influence in fact have Christian ecclesiastical establishments had on
    civil society? In many instances they have been upholding the thrones of
    political tyrrany. In no instance have they been seen as the guardians of
    the liberties of the people. Rulers who wished to subvert the public liberty
    have found in the clergy convenient auxiliaries. A just government,
    instituted to secure and perpetuate liberty, does not need the clergy.”

    Madison objected to state-supported chaplains in Congress and to the
    exemption of churches from taxation. He wrote “Religion and government will
    both exist in greater purity, the less they are mixed together.”

    These Founding Fathers were a reflection of the American population. Having
    escaped from the state-established religions of Europe, only 7% of the
    people in the 13 colonies belonged to a church when the Declaration of
    Independence was signed.

    Among those who confuse Christianity with the founding of America, the rise
    of conservative Baptists is one of the more interesting developments. The
    Baptists believed God’s authority came from the people, not the priesthood,
    and they had been persecuted for this belief. It was they – the Baptists –
    who were instrumental in securing the separation of church and state. They
    knew you can not have a “one-way-wall” that lets religion into government
    but that does not let it out. They knew no religion is capable of handling
    political power without becoming corrupted by it. And, perhaps, they knew it
    was Christ himself who first proposed the separation of church and state;
    “Give unto Caesar that which is Caesar’s and unto the Lord that which is the
    Lord’s.”

    In the last five years the Baptists have been taken over by a fundamentalist
    faction that insists authority comes from the Bible and that the individual
    must accept the interpretation of the Bible from a higher authority. These
    usurpers of the Baptist faith are those who insist they should meddle in the
    affairs of the government and it is they who insist the government should
    meddle in the beliefs of individuals.

    References The writings of Thomas Jefferson exist in 25 volumes.
    The references for this article were found in the book, SIX HISTORIC
    AMERICANS, by John E. Remsburg (who interviewed many of Lincoln’s
    associates). Much of his work on Jefferson came from THE MEMOIRS,
    CORRESPONDENCE AND MISCELLANIES FROM THE PAPERS OF THOMAS JEFFERSON, 4
    volumes ed. by Thomas Jefferson Randolph (the grandson of Thomas Jefferson).

    WWJD What Would Jefferson Do?

    April 13, 2000 marks Thomas Jefferson’s 257th birthday. In honor of this
    occasion, Americans United has pulled together some of Jefferson’s best
    statements on church and state. Jefferson, along with James Madison, was a
    key architect of the religious liberty guarantees we enjoy today. What better
    way to honor the memory of this visionary founder than spending a few moments
    reading and reflecting on his timeless wisdom? With issues such as voucher
    aid to religious schools and government-sponsored prayer in public schools
    pending in Congress and the state legislatures, Jefferson’s comments are
    just as relevant today as they were then.

    Religious Right activists claim the framers never intended to
    separate church and state. Christian Coalition president Pat Robertson
    says separation is a “lie of the left.” TV preacher Jerry Falwell calls it
    “a modern fabrication.”

    Here are Jefferson’s own words on the subject.

    Separation of Church and State
    “Believing with you that religion is a matter which lies solely
    between man and his God, that he owes account to none other for his faith
    or his worship, that the legitimate powers of government reach actions
    only, and not opinions, I contemplate with sovereign reverence that act of
    the whole American people which declared that their legislature should
    ‘make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the
    free exercise thereof,’ thus building a wall of separation between Church
    and State.”
    –Letter to the Danbury (Conn.) Baptist Association, January 1, 1802

    Taxation for Religion
    “[T]o compel a man to furnish contributions of money for the
    propagation of opinions which he disbelieves, is sinful and tyrannical;
    that even the forcing of him to support this or that teacher of his own
    religious persuasion, is depriving him of the comfortable liberty of
    giving his contributions to the particular pastor whose morals he would
    make his pattern, and whose powers he feels most persuasive to
    righteousness….Be it therefore enacted by the General Assembly, That no
    man shall be compelled to frequent or support any religious worship, place
    or ministry whatsoever, nor shall be enforced, restrained, molested, or
    burthened in his body or goods, nor shall otherwise suffer on account of
    his religious opinions or belief; but that all men shall be free to
    profess and by argument to maintain their opinions in matters of religion,
    and that the same shall in no wise diminish, enlarge, or affect their
    civil capacities.”
    –Excerpts from Jefferson’s Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom, 1786

    Government-Sponsored Prayer and Other Religious Worship
    “I do not believe it is for the interest of religion to invite the
    civil magistrate to direct its exercises, its discipline, or its
    doctrines; nor of the religious societies, that the General Government
    should be invested with the power of effecting any uniformity of time or
    matter among them. Fasting and prayer are religious exercises; the
    enjoining them an act of discipline. Every religious society has a right
    to determine for itself the times for these exercises, and the objects
    proper for them, according to their own particular tenets; and the right
    can never be safer than in their hands, where the Constitution has
    deposited it.”
    –Letter to Samuel Miller, January 23, 1808

    One quote the writer forgot to include: “I have sworn an oath on the altar of God of eternal hostility to tyranny” from Tom Jefferson.

    I suggest as an exercise for the reader, look up that quote in context..
    A.Lizard

  29. RICHBABY says:

    HERE ARE THE FATHERS OF THE BIBLE

    SEPARIS IS JESUS CHRIST
    http://www.touregypt.net/featurestories/serapis.htm

    Our Founding Fathers on Christianity
    Anyone who tells you that the Founding Fathers were trying to create a Christian nation is either a liar or parroting what other liars told him. This is what they really had to say about Christianity.

    The Faith of our Founding Fathers
    By Dean Worbis

    No one disputes the faith of our Founding Fathers. To speak of unalienable
    Rights being endowed by a Creator certainly shows a sensitivity to our
    spiritual selves. What is suprising is when fundamentalist Christians think
    the Founding Father’s faith had anything to do with the Bible. Without
    exception, the faith of our Funding Fathers was deist, not theist. It was
    best expressed earlier in the Declaration of Independence, when they spoke
    of “the Laws of Nature” and of “Nature’s God.”

    In a sermon of October 1831, Episcopalian minister Bird Wilson said, “Among
    all of our Presidents, from Washington downward, not one was a professor of
    religion, at least not of more than Unitarianism.”

    The Bible? Here is what our Founding Fathers wrote about Bible-based
    Christianity

    Thomas Jefferson
    “I have examined all the known superstitions of the world and I do not find
    in our particular superstition of Christianity one redeeming feature. They
    are all alike founded on fables and mythology. Millions of innocent men,
    women, and children, since the introduction of Christianity, have been
    burnt, tortured, fined, and imprisoned. What has been the effect of this
    coercion? To make one half the world fools and the other half hypocrites; to
    support roguery and error all over the earth.”

    SIX HISTORIC AMERICANS
    By John E. Remsburg, letter to William Short

    Jefferson again
    “Christianity…(has become) the most perverted system that ever shone on
    man…Rogueries, absurdities and untruths were perpetrated upon the
    teachings of Jesus by a large band of dupes and imposters led by Paul, the
    first great corruptor of the teachings of Jesus.”

    More Jefferson
    “The clergy converted the simple teachings of Jesus into an engine for
    enslaving mankind and adulturated by artificial constructions into a
    contrivance to filch wealth and power to themselves…these clergy in fact,
    constitute the real Anti-Christ.”

    Jefferson’s word for the Bible? “Dunghill.”

    John Adams
    “Where do we find a precept in the Bible for Creeds, Confessions, Doctrines
    and Oaths, and whole cartloads of other trumpery that we find religion
    encumbered with in these days?”

    Also Adams
    “The doctrine of the divinity of Jesus is made a convenient cover for
    absurdity.”

    Adams signed the Treaty of Tripoli. Article 11 states
    “The Government of the United States is not in any sense founded on the
    Christian religion.”

    Here’s Thomas Paine
    “I would not dare to so dishonor my Creator God by attaching His name to
    that book (the Bible).”

    “Among the most detesable villains in history, you could not find one worse
    than Moses. Here is an order, attributed to ‘God’ to butcher the boys, to
    massacre the mothers, and to debauch and rape the daughters. I would not
    dare so dishonor my Creator’s name by (attaching) it to this filthy book
    (the Bible).”

    “It is the duty of every true Diest to vindicate the moral justice of God
    against the evils of the Bible.”

    “Accustom a people to believe that priests and clergy can forgive sins…and
    you will have sins in abundance.”

    And; “The Christian church has set up a religion of pomp and revenue in
    pretend imitation of a person (Jesus) who lived a life of poverty.”

    Finally let’s hear from James Madison
    “What influence in fact have Christian ecclesiastical establishments had on
    civil society? In many instances they have been upholding the thrones of
    political tyrrany. In no instance have they been seen as the guardians of
    the liberties of the people. Rulers who wished to subvert the public liberty
    have found in the clergy convenient auxiliaries. A just government,
    instituted to secure and perpetuate liberty, does not need the clergy.”

    Madison objected to state-supported chaplains in Congress and to the
    exemption of churches from taxation. He wrote “Religion and government will
    both exist in greater purity, the less they are mixed together.”

    These Founding Fathers were a reflection of the American population. Having
    escaped from the state-established religions of Europe, only 7% of the
    people in the 13 colonies belonged to a church when the Declaration of
    Independence was signed.

    Among those who confuse Christianity with the founding of America, the rise
    of conservative Baptists is one of the more interesting developments. The
    Baptists believed God’s authority came from the people, not the priesthood,
    and they had been persecuted for this belief. It was they – the Baptists –
    who were instrumental in securing the separation of church and state. They
    knew you can not have a “one-way-wall” that lets religion into government
    but that does not let it out. They knew no religion is capable of handling
    political power without becoming corrupted by it. And, perhaps, they knew it
    was Christ himself who first proposed the separation of church and state;
    “Give unto Caesar that which is Caesar’s and unto the Lord that which is the
    Lord’s.”

    In the last five years the Baptists have been taken over by a fundamentalist
    faction that insists authority comes from the Bible and that the individual
    must accept the interpretation of the Bible from a higher authority. These
    usurpers of the Baptist faith are those who insist they should meddle in the
    affairs of the government and it is they who insist the government should
    meddle in the beliefs of individuals.

    References The writings of Thomas Jefferson exist in 25 volumes.
    The references for this article were found in the book, SIX HISTORIC
    AMERICANS, by John E. Remsburg (who interviewed many of Lincoln’s
    associates). Much of his work on Jefferson came from THE MEMOIRS,
    CORRESPONDENCE AND MISCELLANIES FROM THE PAPERS OF THOMAS JEFFERSON, 4
    volumes ed. by Thomas Jefferson Randolph (the grandson of Thomas Jefferson).

    WWJD What Would Jefferson Do?

    April 13, 2000 marks Thomas Jefferson’s 257th birthday. In honor of this
    occasion, Americans United has pulled together some of Jefferson’s best
    statements on church and state. Jefferson, along with James Madison, was a
    key architect of the religious liberty guarantees we enjoy today. What better
    way to honor the memory of this visionary founder than spending a few moments
    reading and reflecting on his timeless wisdom? With issues such as voucher
    aid to religious schools and government-sponsored prayer in public schools
    pending in Congress and the state legislatures, Jefferson’s comments are
    just as relevant today as they were then.

    Religious Right activists claim the framers never intended to
    separate church and state. Christian Coalition president Pat Robertson
    says separation is a “lie of the left.” TV preacher Jerry Falwell calls it
    “a modern fabrication.”

    Here are Jefferson’s own words on the subject.

    Separation of Church and State
    “Believing with you that religion is a matter which lies solely
    between man and his God, that he owes account to none other for his faith
    or his worship, that the legitimate powers of government reach actions
    only, and not opinions, I contemplate with sovereign reverence that act of
    the whole American people which declared that their legislature should
    ‘make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the
    free exercise thereof,’ thus building a wall of separation between Church
    and State.”
    –Letter to the Danbury (Conn.) Baptist Association, January 1, 1802

    Taxation for Religion
    “[T]o compel a man to furnish contributions of money for the
    propagation of opinions which he disbelieves, is sinful and tyrannical;
    that even the forcing of him to support this or that teacher of his own
    religious persuasion, is depriving him of the comfortable liberty of
    giving his contributions to the particular pastor whose morals he would
    make his pattern, and whose powers he feels most persuasive to
    righteousness….Be it therefore enacted by the General Assembly, That no
    man shall be compelled to frequent or support any religious worship, place
    or ministry whatsoever, nor shall be enforced, restrained, molested, or
    burthened in his body or goods, nor shall otherwise suffer on account of
    his religious opinions or belief; but that all men shall be free to
    profess and by argument to maintain their opinions in matters of religion,
    and that the same shall in no wise diminish, enlarge, or affect their
    civil capacities.”
    –Excerpts from Jefferson’s Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom, 1786

    Government-Sponsored Prayer and Other Religious Worship
    “I do not believe it is for the interest of religion to invite the
    civil magistrate to direct its exercises, its discipline, or its
    doctrines; nor of the religious societies, that the General Government
    should be invested with the power of effecting any uniformity of time or
    matter among them. Fasting and prayer are religious exercises; the
    enjoining them an act of discipline. Every religious society has a right
    to determine for itself the times for these exercises, and the objects
    proper for them, according to their own particular tenets; and the right
    can never be safer than in their hands, where the Constitution has
    deposited it.”
    –Letter to Samuel Miller, January 23, 1808

    One quote the writer forgot to include: “I have sworn an oath on the altar of God of eternal hostility to tyranny” from Tom Jefferson.

    I suggest as an exercise for the reader, look up that quote in context..
    A.Lizard

  30. Forever Learning says:

    I have never hear of the Yakub Muslims until today and already I feel a lot of aggresion towards them. It is unfortunate that these people have decided to create a website that defies logic and provides such racist comments based on an unfortunate past.

    Have you ever heard the term “Sins of the father”? Most white people today are not racist; there are so many foreign people in their countires that to be racist would ulimatly be self defeating as they are now outnumbered. Also the racist governments from yester year are no longer in power; look at the current president for your proof.

    The racist crimes committed by the racist founders of America should be left in the past where they belong; instead of looking back at all the hate and violence we should be looking forward to all the love and peace. But how can we learn from the past if all you do is repeat the process? By creating these websites and stating your failed beliefs to the world you are producing more hate and violence; which everyone else is trying to eradicate. I would say that the only racists left on this planet are those blacks that are unable to accept the past for what it was; a terrible period of time which everyone, apart from you, has learned from.

    I would also pose to you that religion is one of, if not the, biggest cause of hate and violence. False gods and false values mixed with weak minded fools = hate and violence. Science is the way forward.

    BTW you might want to check out the Georgia Guide Stones; you only have 2 years left to live so don’t waste your time on hate.

    Your arguement against white people would be no different from a Jew preaching hate towards the Germans for the holocaust. It’s pointless; the past is past; accept it.

    Antioch Hades is a black NAZI. You are scum and if I ever meet you I will kill you on the spot with my bare hands; and I am a hippy pacifist.

    Why have you called yourself Hades? As in Hell, as in Satan, as in the Devil. You are the true evil in this world.

    • Antioch Hades says:

      Is that you striking that classic white Goth pose with blood dripping from your mouth?

      And I’m the “true evil?”

      Antioch Hades
      Publisher

  31. Forever Learning says:

    I have never hear of the Yakub Muslims until today and already I feel a lot of aggresion towards them. It is unfortunate that these people have decided to create a website that defies logic and provides such racist comments based on an unfortunate past.

    Have you ever heard the term “Sins of the father”? Most white people today are not racist; there are so many foreign people in their countires that to be racist would ulimatly be self defeating as they are now outnumbered. Also the racist governments from yester year are no longer in power; look at the current president for your proof.

    The racist crimes committed by the racist founders of America should be left in the past where they belong; instead of looking back at all the hate and violence we should be looking forward to all the love and peace. But how can we learn from the past if all you do is repeat the process? By creating these websites and stating your failed beliefs to the world you are producing more hate and violence; which everyone else is trying to eradicate. I would say that the only racists left on this planet are those blacks that are unable to accept the past for what it was; a terrible period of time which everyone, apart from you, has learned from.

    I would also pose to you that religion is one of, if not the, biggest cause of hate and violence. False gods and false values mixed with weak minded fools = hate and violence. Science is the way forward.

    BTW you might want to check out the Georgia Guide Stones; you only have 2 years left to live so don’t waste your time on hate.

    Your arguement against white people would be no different from a Jew preaching hate towards the Germans for the holocaust. It’s pointless; the past is past; accept it.

    Antioch Hades is a black NAZI. You are scum and if I ever meet you I will kill you on the spot with my bare hands; and I am a hippy pacifist.

    Why have you called yourself Hades? As in Hell, as in Satan, as in the Devil. You are the true evil in this world.

  32. Forever Learning says:

    I have never hear of the Yakub Muslims until today and already I feel a lot of aggresion towards them. It is unfortunate that these people have decided to create a website that defies logic and provides such racist comments based on an unfortunate past.

    Have you ever heard the term “Sins of the father”? Most white people today are not racist; there are so many foreign people in their countires that to be racist would ulimatly be self defeating as they are now outnumbered. Also the racist governments from yester year are no longer in power; look at the current president for your proof.

    The racist crimes committed by the racist founders of America should be left in the past where they belong; instead of looking back at all the hate and violence we should be looking forward to all the love and peace. But how can we learn from the past if all you do is repeat the process? By creating these websites and stating your failed beliefs to the world you are producing more hate and violence; which everyone else is trying to eradicate. I would say that the only racists left on this planet are those blacks that are unable to accept the past for what it was; a terrible period of time which everyone, apart from you, has learned from.

    I would also pose to you that religion is one of, if not the, biggest cause of hate and violence. False gods and false values mixed with weak minded fools = hate and violence. Science is the way forward.

    BTW you might want to check out the Georgia Guide Stones; you only have 2 years left to live so don’t waste your time on hate.

    Your arguement against white people would be no different from a Jew preaching hate towards the Germans for the holocaust. It’s pointless; the past is past; accept it.

    Antioch Hades is a black NAZI. You are scum and if I ever meet you I will kill you on the spot with my bare hands; and I am a hippy pacifist.

    Why have you called yourself Hades? As in Hell, as in Satan, as in the Devil. You are the true evil in this world.

  33. fortek says:

    antioch you fuck. you’re the one who puts those pictures up. commenters aren’t able to post pictures. you are honestly an unbelievable fuck

  34. fortek says:

    antioch you fuck. you’re the one who puts those pictures up. commenters aren’t able to post pictures. you are honestly an unbelievable fuck

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