Judeo-xtianity: passing away of the monotheistic crypto-pagan illusion

It is not true, FALSE, that a violent and idiotic divinity called Yahweh intervened in history to make ‘Israelites’ a chosen people. The model of the eonic effect suggests what the real origin of monotheism was. After two millennia the world is still struggling against this pernicious and violent propaganda invented as a sideline to the birth of a first monotheism whose outcome was so skewed that a second attempt was made with Islam to correct one of the greatest failures in world history. If we look closely the Exile shows a mysterious attempt to blend Israelitism and Zoroastrianism in a ‘semitic-aryan’ blend that could unify across cultures. But the attempt failed as the covenental myth usurped the experiment with a chauvinistic and ethnocentric religious.Christianity did manage some part of that attempt at blending but the whole experiment was botched by the limited vision of the Israelites. Their attempt was conditioned but then distorted by the need for an underdog to survive in the world of great empires.

Israel seems very powerful but that belies the reality of impotence as Judaism and Christianity enter accelerated decline. Israel projects power to make its illusory future seem assured, but that is an illusion hiding the reality of mistake that is weak and with no real definable future. There is no leaderhsip here as the political psychopaths project a ludicrous piety according pollcraft imperatives. Religious leaders are equally set in their donkeyhood and incapable of seeing through their religious propaganda.
The original mystery at the source of Israelitism remains forever beyond the modern Jewish remnant whose original entry into secular modernity was a robust success only to be turned into tragedy by the deliberate embrace of evil by the Zionist self-created psychopaths. The Holocaust forces one to forgive a lot here but history is on the move and the outcome as a modern Israel courts challenge as waning illusion.

After 12 years, Israel finally inaugurated a new prime minister. While being hailed by many as the opportunity for a fresh start, Naftali Bennett is at best a continuer of Netanyahu’s policies and at worst an ideologue whose positions are to the right of Netanyahu’s. In 2013, as Middle East peace talks were set to More

Source: New Israeli Government, Same Israeli Apartheid – CounterPunch.org

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