May 23, 2020, 7:56 AM
by Lloyd Grainger
(hey everyone I’m reposting this…)
Listen people. My brother and I are strong Evangelical Christians. Unbeknownst to myself and my brother we are also Aryan, due to Curt Doolittle’s definition.
Also as soon as the reset button is pushed by someone we are ready to start the fight. We will extinguish any and all liberals/leftist, including those who claim to be Christian, until there are no more or we are killed in action. Petty bickering is fruitless. Anybody that is a true Christian revels in the possibility of reciprocity. And natural law. To exterminate all parasitism and rent-seeking even in the church.
I was very concerned about how Christians and the natural law of reciprocity can coexist. So I searched for religion and any and all documents on the properterian institute website. And studied all the videos about Christianity that CD posted.
And have came to the conclusion that Christianity and the church will play a vital part and the new reconstructed natural law Constitution 2.0.
Curt admits that there is no way possible to legislate what someone thinks and believes. We can only legislate the negatives for what somebody cannot do through word deed or display.
All this is very possible, but the problem will be in many cases from our dogmatic legalistic leaders. That want to force our society to be a Christian only society. And have all our laws based on Christianity. This is not possible under reciprocity.
But seriously, after all the parasites, rent seekers, liars, cheats, and any other term you want to use are eliminated. The matter of conforming our Christianity and to the natural law of reciprocity in word deed and display will not be a problem. I don’t fully understand how it will all play out; but I have no doubt but it will work out. After all if we truly believe that God is in charge, then what would we be scared of.
Thanks everybody. Due to me being a Navy chief petty officer I tend to not be very touchy-feely. So I hope you catch the spirit of my message, and not necessarily how I say it.