Saturday, July 15, 2006

Join the Club

So lately all this talk about the Jews for Jesus sect flooding the NY area and trying to "enlighten" Jews, had me thinking again. Thinking and seeing the world again in yet another light, and this light is a not so good one. What is it about humans on this planet that most of us can't think for ourselves, we fall into a pack mentality, we need to be led, told what to do, how to think, how to feel, and that they need to know all the mysteries of the world. With all that in mind - religion delivers. All religions, and cults and followings require complete submission of all individual thought, replaced by what they call "faith" and that faith is in whatever doctrine they provide and what sounds good to the individual. We all want or more like yearn to be part of a group, whether its the football team, the popular girls or the Key Club - religions also offer that. I was reading up on Jim Jones and the key thing for his followers was attention, he got the needy, people who were a bit down, needed attention, just needed a follow up and that's what religion - especially Christianity offers. Everyone is looking for answers here on the planet, too many floods, hurricanes, death and destruction, we all want answers. The group claims to have the answers, sometimes some or all the answers. The "club" also claims to be able to bring one utter happiness and bliss, well being, serenity and even financial success! ha ha They all know the way and let you know that the others don't. So as the Jews for Jesus embark on their clever deception to convert Jews in particular to Christianity under the pretense of "knowing" Christ. They slip that in and wham, one day you're a Jew the next goodbye yamulka - hello New Testement.
This morning I had the priveledge to see the Jehovah's Witnesses out in force, canvassing the blocks. Brooklyn is so full of evangelizing and churches and is still fucked up! - Why, because what no one realizes is that religion cannot save us from ourselves. The other day I put on TV One only to be privy to yelling and screaming and carrying on - all in the good name of Jesus. And not only that but, the soliciting of money for various "projects" like running around Africa converting the last natives left into Christianity and maybe getting them to buy that super holy all-problem-solving water I saw being hawked. It is such a shill game going on with religion it ain't funny. I thank God everyday that he gave me the ability to see clearly for myself and that I don't need a soul to direct me into what to do. When you get like that, next step for you is off in the jungle somewhere offing yourself with poisoned Kool-Aid hoping to meet your maker or get to another planet.


Anonymous Daniel Haszard said...

Good read applaud your blog!

Every Jehovah's Witness member will grow old and die just like everyone else.

There is no Armageddon that will annihilate 6.5 billion people,and install Watchtower leaders as world rulers.

The core dogma of the Watchtower organization is that Jesus had his second coming 'invisibly' in the year 1914.Their entire doctrinal superstructure is built on this falsehood.

Jehovah's Witnesses door to door recruitment is by their own admission an ineffective tactic. They have lost membership in all countries with major Internet access because their false doctrines and harmful practices are exposed on the modern information superhighway.

There is good and valid reasons why there is such an outrage against the Watchtower for misleading millions of followers.Many have invested everything in the 'imminent' apocalyptic promises of the Jehovah's Witnesses and have died broken and beaten.

Now if you wanted to know about the quality of a product,would you listen to the seller's pitch or a former longtime customer?
Respectfully,Danny Haszard (consumer report on the Watchtower organization)your blog

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