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Why..? by Merwin
Humanism Says Dissention is to be Erradicated
I highly recommend not only reading Humanist Manifestos I & II in full, but actually reading the lists of those that signed. The material contained in the Manifestos are marching orders for change, especially in regard to faith. These mandates have either already been implemented or soon will be. These initiatives are backed by the global power brokers... HEADS UP FELLOW CHILDREN OF THE MOST HIGH, FOR YOUR REDEMPTION DRAWETH NIGH!
Below are three excerpted affirmations from Humanist Manifesto II. Please notice where I emboldened and underlined the areas for special focus.
(Everything emboldened and in parenthesis like this sentence [within the excerpt] are my comments.)
And pay special notice if you will to the emboldened and underlined part of affirmation listed as "EIGHTH:"
SEVENTH: To enhance freedom and dignity the individual must experience a full range of civil liberties in all societies. This includes freedom of speech and the press, political democracy, the legal right of opposition to governmental policies, fair judicial process, religious liberty, freedom of association, and artistic, scientific, and cultural freedom. It also includes a recognition of an individual's right to die with dignity, euthanasia, and the right to suicide. We oppose the increasing invasion of privacy, by whatever means, in both totalitarian and democratic societies. We would safeguard, extend, and implement the principles of human freedom evolved from the Magna Carta to the Bill of Rights, the Rights of Man, and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
(Except the freedom of religion?)
EIGHTH: We are committed to an open and democratic society. We must extend participatory democracy in its true sense to the economy, the school, the family, the workplace, and voluntary associations. Decision-making must be decentralized to include widespread involvement of people at all levels - social, political, and economic. All persons should have a voice in developing the values and goals that determine their lives. Institutions should be responsive to expressed desires and needs. The conditions of work, education, devotion, and play should be humanized. Alienating forces should be modified or eradicated and bureaucratic structures should be held to a minimum. People are more important than decalogues, rules, proscriptions, or regulations.
as usual the Humanist will decide which forces are "Alienating".)
NINTH: The separation of church and state and the separation of ideology and state are imperatives. The state should encourage maximum freedom for different moral, political, religious, and social values in society. It should not favor any particular religious bodies through the use of public monies, nor espouse a single ideology and function thereby as an instrument of propaganda or oppression, particularly against dissenters.
(Humanism is an ideology.)
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The above has been posted by myself previously, but sometimes the overwhelming size of a posting can cause a person to gloss over the material and not catch the subtleties.
The purpose for these being posted by me is to inform. I do not recommend going out and buying weapons, nor do I recommend hatred to those that persecute the faithful in these last days. My desire is to spread the information quickly to as many as have ears to hear and eyes to see.
Hopefully... very soon, even those that persecute, much like Saul on the way to Damascus, will be struck with the truth of what they heard before hand. They will remember that they were told of all the evidence of the days of travail leading to the great tribulation and a few will repent.
Fellow children of the Most High God... we cannot tell who may be those that have been chosen from before the foundations of the earth... by sight, Paul simply appeared as one of the persecutors when he was Saul.
Therefore spread the Word to all... time is too short.