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Death Religion

Posted by Bob on February 28th, 2010 under Coaching Session, History, Religion

Before Zoroastrianism became the Pure Death Cult inherited in its degenerate phase By St. Paul and other genuine intellectuals when Zoroastrianism was the other main religion, it was limited to Aryans, as in the name s Iran and Erin.

One person did a Google and said I was wrong. He pointed out that every single page that aims to be Modern Zoroastrian states flatly that anyone is welcome to be a Zoroastrian, regardless of race. So they couldn’t have said that.

I asked him if he had Ever seen any OTHER religion where the first thing they hammer on is how race is no barrier. I asked him WHY he thinks the Zoroastrians wannabes hit so HARD on that. He got it then. You don’t go to such huge lengths to deny something that never OCCURRED to you. They are rejecting their real history, confirming it IS their real history.

I was simply LISTENING closely. He stayed on the surface and repeated what they SAID without thinking about WHY they said it.

This was not unique to Zoroastrian Persia. At its height the original Olympic Games had the original Olympic Oath, which included the oath that “I am of pure Hellenic blood…”

Zoroastrianism went from being racist to becoming a Death and Sterility Creed. As we move away from racism, our psychology makes every crisis, from Soylent Green to Global Warming, an argument for not having children.

  1. #1 by BGLass on 02/28/2010 - 9:52 am

    This “moving away” can’t ever sustain itself, though. Anytime a kid is born without the pressure of constantly applied violence, propaganda and diffuse coercion to die, they will revert to race, as science shows, and they will want to live and knows others like them and form groups. One wonders why death keeps trying so hard, in ever new forms. Wouldn’t it just be easier to sweep away all the crap? Once one thinks it through, they just say: “For what?” What was to be gained?

  2. #2 by Epiphany on 02/28/2010 - 5:23 pm

    What you had written about the Zoarasterins was most intriguing. You should go into more depth about them and their Civilization!

  3. #3 by Dave on 02/28/2010 - 6:52 pm


    Robert Whitaker has many posts on the Zoroastrian Religon.

    Scroll down on this site until you find the search box on the right. Search on Zoroastrianism or Zoroastrian to bring up the posts.

  4. #4 by Epiphany on 02/28/2010 - 8:44 pm

    Bob Whitaker, you are brilliant. You uncovered the fact that most Christian beliefs do not come from the Old Testament but rather from Zoroastrianism. Notice, that most historians ignore this large religion, which had been supplanted by Islam.

    The way that other people come up with nonsense terms like Judeo Christian, is truly sickening to me. Jesus rejected most of the Laws of the Elders, and the Pharisees. He was a religious inovator. I sometimes think he got much of his ideas from Buddha.

    We should not get too fixated on the Jews. They seem to get flattered by other people’s hatred of them. I do not know why. It is better to ignore them, altogether. Though, they do play upon our weaknesses, like our feelings of guilt.

    Well, anyhow, I hope you are having a good night. Political Correctness is falling apart. I forsee the Gender Feminists and the Multicultural Left shall soon be at each other’s throats– especially, when it is realized that most of the non Western societies are actually even more sexist, male chauvinist, and patriarchical than our own. It will not last too long.

    There is another thing that Whites are susceptible to, that you have not noticed– the fear that the world is becoming too overpopulated. Notice that it never occurs to the non White masses of the world that there will ever be too many people. I think, that is probably why abortion and contraception will NEVER catch on in the Third World the way that they have in the Western World.

    I wonder what your thoughts on that are?

  5. #5 by Simmons on 03/01/2010 - 9:39 am

    White wordism always seems to lead to death. Non-white wordism leads to everlasting unchanging stagnation.

    Not trying to get sidetracked off into too much wordism, but I think what we suffer from enmasse is the last gasp of the old generation of white supremacy of the 19th century Trancedentalism hooey. We got white dopes “transcending” everything and everybody, including their pets (yes pets) the FCCs.

    We are living the “Planet of the Apes II” theme, and I’m Chuck Heston looking for the damned button to push.

  6. #6 by BGLass on 03/01/2010 - 7:19 pm

    Epiphany, I know you didn’t ask me, but if I was non-white, I would not think twice about global population. The whites would probably look like people who arrived pronto during crises, such as floods and earthquakes, so that’s ok. And if it was more of people who looked like me, that would be ok, too. The bizarre thing is whites thinking if they reproduce LESS it will HELP their feelings of anxiety about feeding everyone. Deep down, they’re thinking, if everybody would just “do as I do.” But others don’t feel responsibility, nor are propagandized, to feed THEM.

  7. #7 by Epiphany on 03/02/2010 - 4:34 am

    Yes, only White Gentiles seem susceptible to the argument that the world could ever become overpopulated. Neither Feminism, contraceptives, nor abortion ever catch on in The Third World. Third Worlders have as many children as possible, and feel no guilt at all about treating their womenfolk as dirt.

    I often wonder how the “Liberals” can possibly advocate both Feminism and Multiculturalism. I wonder how they square THAT circle? For, if anything, the non Western people, whom the Multicultural Left tend to champion, are actually more sexist, male chauvinist, and patriarchical than we are.

  8. #8 by Epiphany on 03/02/2010 - 5:21 pm

    It is the Leftist multiculturalists who have no ideas about the horrid conditions of the Third World. If they did, they would jettison their Noble Savage drivel in an instant!

  9. #9 by Epiphany on 03/02/2010 - 6:14 pm

    BGlas, I would take your argument a step further. It is really weird that the Third Worlders, especially in Africa, can always take for granted that CHRISTIANS would feed them– out of the charity of their hearts. It is like said Third Worlders feel entitled, or something!

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