FLUSH IT DOWN THE TOILET
IT’S GOING TO END UP THERE ANYWAY – if you eat it.
That will train you to make and eat less, thus lose the weight you didn’t want anyway.
No one in China is going without food because you eat too much. Every country takes care of their own food supply. If they don’t then they don’t deserve to be a country.
Country means independence, not dependence. If likeminded people want to be separate, then cut the dependency strings to people you also claim to hate.
‘We hate you so give us some food and medicine and housing and jobs, so we can leave you behind’ is what they’re saying.
But you don’t really leave them behind, and the world doesn’t really work that way.
When you run out of food, medicine and money to buy goods and services who do you turn to? The ones you hate? Happens every time.
Maybe stop hating and try getting a long with everyone, not just certain ones.
Figure it out. The World is beginning to think you’re too stupid to be and run a country. You didn’t plan for it. Nobody stopped you from planning. You stopped yourselves by thinking somebody else would do it for you – again a dependence move not an independence move.
Where are your independence moves? Show them absent violence.
They pop you intentionally to justify their needs for striking people down to gain superiority.
Let the Jews trade places with the Palestinians and see if they find that slave-master relationship acceptable and/or amenable.
Yeah thought so – that shoe doesn’t fit on the other foot does it?
- No, you’re not smarter than Palestinians. No, you don’t have nor deserve ownership rights over people and the land on which they were born.
Where’s that elusive Yaweh God of yours now?
All you have to do is read this to show you how Jews think. You’re dealing with people who still operate from a before Christ mentality. Just look what they did to that one word Yaweh. That’s what they’re doing with Palestinian land.
- “Alternative Titles: Jehovah, YHWH
- Yahweh, the god of the Israelites, whose name was revealed to Moses as four Hebrew consonants (YHWH) called the tetragrammaton.
- After the Babylonian Exile (6th century BCE), and especially from the 3rd century BCE on, Jews ceased to use the name Yahweh for two reasons. As Judaism became a universal rather than merely a local religion, the more common Hebrew noun Elohim (plural in form but understood in the singular), meaning “God,” tended to replace Yahweh to demonstrate the universal sovereignty of Israel’s God over all others. At the same time, the divine name was increasingly regarded as too sacred to be uttered; it was thus replaced vocally in the synagogue ritual by the Hebrew word Adonai (“My Lord”), which was translated as Kyrios (“Lord”) in the Septuagint, the Greek version of the Hebrew Scriptures.
- “The Masoretes, who from about the 6th to the 10th century CEworked to reproduce the original text of the Hebrew Bible, replaced the vowels of the name YHWH with the vowel signs of the Hebrew words Adonai or Elohim. Latin-speaking Christian scholars replaced the Y (which does not exist in Latin) with an I or a J (the latter of which exists in Latin as a variant form of I). Thus, the tetragrammaton became the artificial Latinized name Jehovah (JeHoWaH). As the use of the name spread throughout medieval Europe, the initial letter J was pronounced according to the local vernacular language rather than Latin.
- Although Christian scholars after the renaissance and Reformation periods used the term Jehovah for YHWH, in the 19th and 20th centuries biblical scholars again began to use the form Yahweh. Early Christian writers, such as St. Clement of Alexandria in the 2nd century, had used a form like Yahweh, and this pronunciation of the tetragrammaton was never really lost. Many Greek transcriptions also indicated that YHWH should be pronounced Yahweh.
- The meaning of the personal name of the Israelite God has been variously interpreted. Many scholars believe that the most proper meaning may be “He Brings into Existence Whatever Exists” (Yahweh-Asher-Yahweh). In I Samuel, God is known by the name Yahweh Teva-ʿot, or “He Brings the Hosts into Existence,” in which “Hosts” possibly refers to the heavenly court or to Israel.
- The personal name of God was probably known long before the time of Moses. Moses’ mother was called Jochebed (Yokheved), a name based on the name Yahweh. Thus, the tribe of Levi, to which Moses belonged, probably knew the name Yahweh, which originally may have been (in its short form Yo, Yah, or Yahu) a religious invocation of no precise meaning evoked by the mysterious and awesome splendour of the manifestation of the holy.
I rest my case.