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Re: Hypocrisy
« on: January 24, 2019, 11:25:13 am »
We can't explain why children are raped and starving and why people suffer so greatly in this world while a smaller percentage of the world lives comfortable blessed lives. This is a fallen world and once sin and death entered the world eternal life has to wait until after this life on earth. This is only temporary and very brief. Christians help to feed and house and clothe the poor all over the world AND provide free medical care. Evil regimes and corrupt leaders cause death starvation and wars, not God. God didn't put sin and death in the earth, we did.
It is an important form of HYPOCRISY that "we" - whatever type we like to call ourselves: Christian, Muslim, Hindu, Atheist, etc. - seem to prefer to look the other way, while the lucky few orchestrate genocide and slavery.
We - the cowards - simply look the other way, hoping that we can get ahead in our career, often drinking alcohohol or using drugs to quiet our conscience.

As for your claim that "Christians" help...
It is "us" - the poor slaves - who do these atrocities. It is "us" who bomb the innocent in the Middle East for the oil companies, it is "us" who walk around in police uniforms to protect the rich and corrupt, and it is "us", who vote for politicians who only care about the lucky few that can reward them.
It is "us" who walk around with cell phones so that Big Brother knows everything we do.

When my bank accounts were illegally blocked in 2015 by the Dutch "Order of Attorneys" (Orde van advocaten) and Rabobank, I tried to get help. I almost starved to death, losing more than - EDIT correction - 40 pounds of weight in 6 weeks.
The only 2 persons that gave me some food were: 1) a Jew and 2) a Muslim.
I once asked a Christian organisation for help, who blamed me for the blatant undisguised attempt to kill me by blocking my bank accounts. Of course an illegal "confiscation" sounds so much better than attempted homicide.

I eventually survived by eating in shelters for homeless people for a couple of months, before I got hold of some money by another court case and getting my own savings back.

You act as though Christians are stupid and ignore suffering and needless death. We have a hope of being with God and wiping away all tears, all pain and all suffering and death. Life on earth is but a moment in eternity. You can deny God or be "angry" with God or maybe you think you could do "better" than God but anybody that understands God's word knows better.
No you misunderstand I don't blame "Christians" specifically.
We are all guilty for ignoring the pain and suffering.

Christians all over the world are "celebrating" that Jesus was murdered, died for our sins, even wearing the cross in praise for this atrocity. It looks to me that he died in vain, as nobody even tries to follow in his footsteps to fight for what you know is right.
It is "us" who don't stand up against corruption. Is this because we get fooled (by Satan?) to believe that looking the other way will get us a nice spot in heaven?!? Or is it that we hope to profit from the corruption ourselves?
Why is it that the most selfish of "Christians" all seem to believe that they will go to heaven after they die, but when the times comes, most are terrified of death?

Here's information on the more than 400,000 Yemenis that have died since March 2015 as a direct result of the bombs or indirectly of starvation. So anybody that sees this can't use the excuse of "I didn't know".
This ignored genocide is supported by UN, US, UK, UAE and Saudi Arabia (amongst others) and our hypocrisy: https://www.lawfulpath.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=1146
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