31 March, 2015

A New “-ism”

Posted by Socrates in "rankism", Cultural Marxism, jewed culture, jewed language, leftism, leftists, racism, racism accusations, Socrates at 8:53 pm | Permanent Link

There are lots of “-ism”s: racism, fascism, feminism, etc. Most of them were coined by leftists and Jews. Here’s a new one: “rankism.”

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  7. 23 Responses to “A New “-ism””

    1. Joe Says:

      I’ve never read a more ridiculous article in my life (and that includes ones on global warming, too).
      Whatever response “rankism” may bring about, it is a result of nature trying to correct the unnatural doings of jews with their feminism, communism, sexism, racism, etc…

    2. Buford Pusser Says:

      New word for all the collective jew “isms”. Bullshitism!

    3. Buford Pusser Says:

      New word for all the collective jew “isms”. Bullshitism!

    4. Jill Mustang and Big Jim Jesus Says:

      The Scriptures do indeed say that pride is a deadly sin.

      But so is jealousy.

      Even if the capable person shows no pride, there are always plenty of people who will be jealous of him.

      Our Lord had to contend with jealousy and envy from the Pharisees, even though He had no arrogance.

      This is just another scheme to try to deal with human nature, when the only refuge is the Blood of Christ.

    5. fd Says:

      How about rank MF !!

      Pride is a healthy emotion when one accomplishes a goal or task. The self-righteous Christian like Jill Mustang and Big Jim Jesus don’t know the difference between pride and arrogance. The Jew god is extremely jealous. So Christianity is all over the board contradicting itself.

    6. Tim McGreen Says:

      What the author of that ridiculous article needs is to be sentenced to twelve years’ hard labor in the Arctic Circle. I guarantee that will make him forget all about his fancy-ass “isms”. You see, he will be too busy looking for rats to eat in order to avoid starving to death.

    7. fd Says:

      Another sterile article. The author never figured out that racism is a law of nature. The weapon of choice for those who seek to conquer nature is a miserable idea.

    8. Tim McGreen Says:

      Jill and Jim? Jill and Jim! I have another question…….Is Jesus an historical figure of antiquity like Nero and Cleopatra, or a remote, symbolic figure who only dwelled in heavenly realms, like the gods? If he was an historical figure then why is there no historical evidence he ever lived? Emperor Tiberius never heard of him, even though Jesus was supposedly executed during his reign, the 1st century Jewish Roman historian Flavius Josephus never mentions him in any of his books, the High Priests of the Second Temple in Jerusalem never mentioned him, even though Jesus supposedly ransacked the place and the Roman Senate never heard of him, otherwise they would have voted on whether or not to confer divine status on him. Under Roman law only the Senate had the authority to do that.

      Also, what do you think of the writings of St. Augustine, Bishop Irenaeus of Lugdunum and Eusebius of Caesarea? Justin Martyr? Thomas Aquinas? Martin Luther? Do any of those Christian writers have anything of value to add to the Scriptures?

      Thank you in advance for your response.

    9. fd Says:

      Good point, Tim McGreen. There is no contemporary evidence that Jesus existed. Cleopatra, Alexander the Great, Caesar, etc., all came before the mythical Jesus. And there is contemporary evidence these people existed.

      Pagan Rome labeled Christianity the new superstition.

    10. Jill Mustang and Big Jim Jesus Says:

      You are wrong. Josephus mentioned Him, saying that the “tribe of Christians who loved him are still with us.”

      The historical attestation of the life of the earthly Jesus is not doubted at all by reputable scholars.

      Return to the Scriptures; stop fleeing the Hound of Heaven.

    11. fd Says:

      Reputable scholars…? They are trained puppies. The education commissars trained them well.

    12. Jill Mustang and Big Jim Jesus Says:

      No, fd, those scholars who are truly scholars, whether they are liberal or conservative, Christian or post-Christian, all say that there was truly an historical Jesus.

      Why do you want to deny this great gift, this Lamb of God who was sacrificed for your sins?

    13. fd Says:

      The existence of Christo is here-say—prove it. Bring his robe before me.

      And somebody please find my f**kin magic wand. I am a druid and cannot operate without it :)

    14. Tim McGreen Says:

      Jill and Jim have not answered my questions, which were asked in a spirit of genuine curiosity, not malice. “Return to the Scriptures” means nothing, it answers nothing.

      Enjoy the pagan spring festival this weekend, Jill and Jim. You know, the one disguised as the Christian holiday of “Easter”. The name Easter comes from pagan mythology as well.

      Check-mate.

    15. fd Says:

      Tim McGreen, the spring festival wasn’t really mythology. The pagans celebrated green-up time. The rain impregnated the earth and the time was near to plant crops. I suppose Ostara/Eoster, the spring goddess was mythology. Her most potent symbols are the rabbit and egg. This is why Jill Mustang and Big Jim Jesus have Easter rabbits and Easter eggs.

    16. Tim McGreen Says:

      You’re quite right, fd, there is nothing mythological about enjoying and celebrating the return of spring. Of course the Christians are always there to try and ruin the fun with their morbid fairy-tale about their Jewish man-god getting bloodied up and nailed to a piece of wood. But I have decided to ignore those people from now on because they irritate me.

    17. Jill Mustang and Big Jim Jesus Says:

      The European myths of the corn-king, Oestre, and the return of spring fit hand-in-hand with Christianity.

      That is why the Europeans readily accepted the Christ-myth, the Christ fairy-tale. Think you that God did not sow the seeds of the gospel among the Europeans? I refer you to Augustine, and also Aquinas.

      Did I say myth? And fairytale?

      Yes, in the same way the J. R. R. Tolkein and C.S. Lewis used the terms.

      But surely you two gentlemen are aware of their thoughts, and the meaning that they gave to these terms?

      Keep on running—the Hound of Heaven has your scent! Very good signs.

      Among the gaily colored Easter eggs and fecund bunnies may you find a lion, the mighty Lion of the Tribe of Judah, who came first as a paschal Lamb! He actually enjoys Easter Egg hunts, and the reproduction of Christians, and Christian offspring! Quite the voyeur!

      Jill Mustang and I, Big Jim Jesus, wish you all “Happy Easter!”

    18. Non Ame Says:

      Christianity: A 2000 year old Jew-trick that finally overwhelmed the White racial immune system with the help of the Jew controlled media. A religion totally unsuitable for modern Whites. For Christianity to work it requires racial homogeneity which Whites no longer enjoy in their home nations. After the fall of Rome, our intrepid race built an even more awesome civilization on of the ashes of Rome using Christianity as its foundation and our racial superiority was taken for granted. Whatever civilization Whites build after our current one collapses, our progeny must not forget the mistakes we made with the Jews and their lies.

    19. Antagonistes Says:

      I think Non Ame is right, Mustangs.

      When the decadent Romans went after Herman and the Germans, the Romans had to admire the chastity and fidelity of the German women.

      Did the Germans have Christianity? No. From whence came their excellence? From their desire for excellence.

      Christianity helped to drain the fetid swamp that Rome had become and for a while the Romans became upright. For a while. Then it became another means to power for those authoritarian personalities among us. The clergy and the nobility were huge supporters of the church because it excused their robbery of the common people and their astounding cruelties towards them.

      I know that the sexual ethics of the Europeans today is about that of the decadent Romans, but Christianity has suffered too many blows (higher criticism, no archaeological backing for the Hebrew conquest stories or Egyptian captivity, etc., lack of historical attestation of the Jesus story) to be the energy source of the new Europe.

      Actually, the church, with its backing of mass immigration into Europe, is not a friend of Europe. Perhaps it never really was.

    20. fd Says:

      As I have said before, no one has done a comprehensive study as to Why Christianity was able to conquer pagan Europe. So far, all explanations are theory and speculation. Pagans were unprepared for a religion that converted on the pain of death.

    21. Jill Mustang and Big Jim Jesus Says:

      Mr. Antagonistes and fd, I feel a demonic presence, a spirit of abhorence, about you both, whenever I read one of your posts.

      With the others, like Mr. McGreen, I feel that there is some hope that they will come to the Light. But with both of you, I feel despair.

      You must pray, pray and fast. We are praying for you.

    22. Jill Mustang and Big Jim Jesus Says:

      We have said all that we can say here.

      We have been a witness unto the Light.

      So, we will shake the dust off our sandals, and leave this website, knowing that the Lord has seen your rejection of us, and that your names are not yet written in the Book of Life. But we will continue to pray for you all.

      Amen. So be it, until He comes!

    23. Antagonistes Says:

      Yes, I hear that McGreen has been speaking in tongues.

      Go ride your horse naked, Jill. I know that was really you, you Edenite. That is why you think I am demonic, because I can see right through you.