Category Archives: Hypocrisy

Reason 209: Because Liberty Is Bottom Up, And Hate Is Top Down

I once taught a Sunday School class of fifth and sixth graders. As an object lesson one Sunday we played a game of Monopoly.  As we played I accused all of the students at one time or another of cheating.  I would also attempt to convince everyone else that certain ones were cheaters. Each took turns in receiving this treatment from me.  And once I had accused them, I would constantly remind them that they were cheaters, even thought they’d never cheated that I knew of, only accused. They all worked really hard at not even appearing to cheat.  Meanwhile, I was cheating like crazy, but they never caught on because they were so focused on not looking like a cheater, and if they had of caught me I would have simply responded by calling them a hypocrite for calling me a cheater as I simply assumed before all that they actually were cheating.

The text that day came from Revelation 12:10 involving the “accuser of the brethren” as I attempted to teach that it’s important how we react and order our lives in light of the fact that we will be living under constant accusations in our Christian walk. And those accusations originate from this world’s leader, the head Accuser.

For those who have the eyes to see it, reality reveals this truth. People are taught from the head of the presidential cabinet, the president himself, through the secretary of the DOE, all the way down to the local schoolhouse to hate. But we all are quick to judge others more harshly than ourselves for the same sins, so many times we’re so busy judging “haters” that we can’t even see the hatred piled high in our own hearts. It’s in our DNA to be that way. And it’s precisely why Jesus instructed us to take the plank out of our own eye before we tried to help others. But since most people reject Jesus and his wisdom they reject this instruction also. So while the president, his cabinet and most of the bureaucrats in between are filled with hate and rage, they preach to everyone against hate and rage. Jesus had a name for this. He called it hypocrisy.

Today we will look at an article that looks into your tax dollars hard at work in the hatred of Jews:

Administration Defends UN-Funded, Anti-Israel Textbooks for Palestinians

A bit:

U.S. taxpayers provide nearly $400 million a year to a United Nations program that critics say sends anti-Semitic, anti-Israel textbooks to schools for Palestinian refugees.

An elementary school textbook calls the 1948 establishment of Israel a “disaster,” and a high school text tells of the “End of Days” when “Muslims fight the Jews,” among other examples in a report from the Center for Near East Policy, a pro-Israel research institute based in Jerusalem.

The minds of thoughtful people are boggled with the love affair leftists have with those who kill gays, have an established religion, and who abuse women while at the same time they hate the nation that is just as anti-Christ, homosexual glorifying, and steeped in feminism as their own. But they do. Must be something spiritual about it is all I can conclude.

But all that aside, consider the aligned hatred of the masses for a second. Might we conclude that such hatred is taught, not just in the public institutions but also in nation’s news and entertainment media?  And might we also conclude that nations who are most virulent in their hatred are also the nations who are most enslaved? Who wants to live in an Islamic nation? Who wants to live in a nation in which every policy finds its roots in the hatred of the rich? Love is hard. But hatred is easy, its a tool for enslavement, and it is generally propagated from top down.  That we all hate is a given. But it takes power to align and unify hatred, and accusations are the means through which such hatreds are aligned as people work hard to prove that they are NOT like those people over there; you know, the people that everyone loves to hate.

So if you want to teach your children to love, the last place you’ll want to send them is to an institution that is fraught with hatred, and which hides that hatred behind accusations of hatred with the constant bellowing of, homophobe, racist, misogynist, and hater if they don’t hate the “right things” (aligned hatred) while loving sin and death. Teach your children to love from a Biblical perspective, and teach them to be free instead.

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Reason 236: Just Because The Institution Builds Monuments To Hypocrisy Doesn’t Mean You Have To

First a disclaimer. I came across this article and I honestly don’t know if it’s a spoof or not, but I’m still posting it because it’s point is valid. Here’s the article:

“Outraged” Christian Parents Boycott Gay-Promoting Target While Happily Shipping Their Kids To Gay-Promoting Public Schools

One of the major points I have hoped to drive home in this blog is that no one has escaped the schoolhouse’s indoctrination. Most of our thinking has been programmed to some degree or another by the institution in which we spent most of our young lives. To fight the moral decline you must first fight the foundations upon which that decline is based, and not the symptoms that are coming our way as a result of it. And to fight the foundations you must first identify them. And to identify them you must first ferret out where they’ve been encoded into your own mind, and then reprogram your own thinking so that you might begin to understand what’s happening. If something seems somewhat normal to you, and you know that same thing would have seemed outrageous throughout all known human history barring the last few years, that’s probably a great place to start ferriting. Only after you’ve begun to shed the modern mindset can you even think about making a difference in your culture. Perhaps the best place to start is to rid yourself of the notion that a government that is pushing hard for the same thing Target has done should be allowed anywhere near your children’s education.

So back to the featured article. It’s about people who can’t see the difference in the schoolhouse just down the street teaching what Target is doing, and Target doing what it is teaching.  The big players and orchestrators of our decline are working tirelessly on your child’s mind every day while you think you’re accomplishing something by taking a few extra minutes to get your pencils at Walmart.

So here’s the excerpt that arouses my suspicions about the authenticity of this article:

“Sure, we might lose a few backpack and glue stick sales in the short run,” noted a Target representative in a brief press release. “But at the end of the day, with even most of these supposedly ‘outraged’ protesting parents choosing to freely ship their kids off for daily training in the LGBTQ-promoting worldview of State-run schools, we’re confident that things will work out just fine.”

“You don’t have to be a rocket scientist – or even a Target store clerk – to see that the way these folks are allowing their children to be educated is setting us up quite nicely in the long run.”

I personally can’t believe a “Target representative” would actually say this. But it doesn’t matter, it’s still true.

As for me, I’ve stopped shopping at Target, which happens to be the nearest grocery store to my house. And not only that, I think you should too. But I will suggest a step further. If you want to make a real difference, go ahead and buy your shool supplies at Target, and then teach your children at home away from the “Target” madness because we might just as well face it; when someone actually has to organize a boycott, it’s too late. To drive that point home I’ll ask you to consider this one thing. If Target had made this its policy forty years ago, would have an organized boycott been necessary? That’s a silly question isn’t it? Of course, it’s impossible to know such things from experience because corporations aren’t that stupid.

Organized boycotts are like surrender flags in a way. When you have to tell people to not shop somewhere because that “somewhere” has adopted an insane view of gender, then the war is lost. And make no mistake, this is war. But Target is not the enemy. The little flat-roofed government building down the street, where children are taught the awesome wonders of killing babies, homosexuality, gender confusion, earth worship, Secular Humanism, Islam–as well as the evils of Christianity and the drudgery of child raising and family… now there’s the enemy.

So if you want to really do something, boycott the government schoolhouse.  No, you’re not going to change culture by doing it, but you will give your children a decent running start at changing it in their lifetime. And even if they don’t, at least you will save them from some of the moral corruption being encoded into the poor young minds who are sent there.

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Reason 134: Because Hate Is Improper, And It’s Not Appropriate

When two people assign different meanings to the same words very little communication happens but a lot of confusion does happen. There are lots of important words that are defined by the institution one way, and defined by others in another way. One of those words is hate.

The institution defines that word as ideas that disagree with the institution. So when the institution says it’s against hate, what it’s really saying is that it’s against disagreement with their notions of truth. So hate is assigned to anyone who looks at the naked emperors that are their delusions and then calls them delusions. We see it in their so called transgendered campaigns, their homosexuality campaigns, their wealth redistribution campaigns, and their hatred of God campaigns. In the end, they teach that hatred is good, just so long as you hate the right things. But that only makes them hypocrites, but worse than that, it makes them teachers of hypocrisy.

Below is a video of a martial arts entertainer using his skills to preach the Gospel. In the video he is obviously in a gymnasium before what looks to be young men and women. But we know it’s not a government school gym because the Secular Humanists are NEVER going to allow the Gospel in your child’s schoolhouse. It is denied because the Gospel teaches proper hate by teaching us to hate our sinful nature, and for the Secular Humanist, man reigns supreme, and is basically good. There is no “sinful nature”. I’ll leave it to them to explain why they feel the need to go on and on about why everyone should hate all the “haters”, given that man is basically good.

But anyway, this man explains things that every young man and woman trapped in the institution needs to hear, especially those who realize that they’re in hopeless situations. The institution has no answers, but they deny those who do have answers entrance. Better for the hopeless youth to channel their anger toward the institution’s enemies than to be raised up out of dire situations and into meaningful lives.

Watch this video. It’ll take a few minutes, but I was encouraged, and I think you’ll be also:

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Reason 91: Because Bullies Are Bad, Even If The Bully Is An Institution

From “The Blaze”:

Top-Performing Home-Schoolers Told They Can’t Compete in Science Fair This Year, Despite Over a Decade of Participation

From the article:

Home-schooled students and their parents in New Mexico protested with signs this week that said “Let us compete!” after they were told they could not be included in a science fair competition.

According to KOAT-TV, a group of home-schooled students wished to compete in Science Olympiad as they had for the past 11 years. This year though, they were told state law prohibited them from entering the competition.

But typical of bullies, they are masters at making the victim seem unreasonable, and at fault. And this is no different. It seems that the state began to enforce old rules that required the homeschoolers to join up with local public schools. Another bit:

KOAT reported that students could join a public school team, but that could pose a problem. Some schools do not have an established team and those that do are already well into running their programs, making it potentially too late for the home-schoolers to join.

Oh, well how about that? So sorry.

Bullies, and Bully institutions alike, cannot suffer competition. So being stronger they use their strength to shove those they don’t like to the ground. And that’s what has happened here. So if you have any illusions that it’s all about the children, be illusioned no more… lest your illusions become delusions. If the institution was for children, then one would think that it would live up to its own mantra of “inclusion”. But, again, that’s just another lie promulgated by the institution. It’s not tolerant, and it’s not inclusive. It is, however, hypocritical to the extreme.

Anyone who still thinks that the institution is for anything except the institution is deceived. But science fair or no science fair, your child will fair much better by living his young life under the training of someone who loves her, and the institution doesn’t.

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