Saturday, August 22, 2009

O.K., Maybe the World isn't Going to Hell in a Handbasket, After All

This comes from the front page of today's Washington Post.

As soon as I read it, I had to share it.



Churlita said...

Very cool.

Anonymous said...

The Controversy of Zion - One of the most controversial books ever written. Be brave and see for yourself why. --

..In the end, it's the monotheistic character of the Jewish and Christian religions that has itself been used as part of a political programme to consolidate power in the hands of a few. Yahweh is at the apex of the pyramid of power. Everyone's bamboozled - revolutionaries and partisans of all sorts are constantly duped and made to turn against each other.

What does this mean for us? Perhaps that the only effective revolution can be achieved by a network of people devoted to an eager exploration of the truth. Only knowledge of how our masters have worked, and are still working, allows us poor schmucks a chance to see how we are being lied to and manipulated. The Controversy of Zion is important because it reveals something of that, and it's ironic that in doing that, it has itself become one of the most controversial books ever.

David in DC said...

Thanks for sharing.

Not to put too fine a point on it, but your meds may need adjusting.