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Wednesday, March 08, 2006

Sacrificing a Human Being 

Would you like to meet the people pulling your strings? I can't introduce them to you directly, but I can tell you where you can find them.

Take a look at their "globalist" experiment in Iraq: seizing and "privatizing" a country through "shock and awe." Look at the companies in attendance at the Great Iraq Auction, and follow their tentacles.

It appears that the Iraqi people are more averse than the American people to being dictated to from above and forced to auction public assets - and sacrifice private ones - to "multinational corporations." Of course, in America it's not happening at the point of a gun. Around here, life rocks as long as "we're #1." Let me tell you something, fellow citizen, the only list you should concern yourself with is the one that reads like a menu. On that list, Americans are indeed the costliest entree. Go ahead, wonder why.

There were so many reasons to "do" Iraq. It just hung there, like a ripe fruit waiting to be picked and consumed. It was too much for some people to resist. Now, with human blood on their faces, they know it wasn't mere fruit. They know the world is watching. And their minds are trapped by one question: Escalate or retreat? It must be hell to have to think like the devil.

It seems to me that most people don't quite understand what it means to die for the sins of others. Please allow me to explain it as I see it.

First, let's bring the concept out of death and into life. It's fair to say that countless people have lived and are living inferior lives, due to the sins of others. Ritual murder isn't a prerequisite of human sacrifice. Having to endure a lifetime of stunted potential, bondage, poverty, and pain is arguably the worst fate of all, especially in this day and age.

Now we can talk about death. How many people have died - willingly or unwillingly - for the sins of others? Who has time to count so many people?

History counts the ones that make an indelible mark on the human psyche. The ones we hold in highest regard share a special fate: malevolent power judged that it couldn't coexist with them. Among these hallowed people are those who dared their executioners to do it, in front of humanity and God.

"Don't you see what life and love are worth? I'll show you."

Among them is one who brought heaven and earth together, briefly. He had the power to turn powerful men into paupers.

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