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You Don't Have To Do Religion Anymore, If You Don't Want To!
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You Don't Have To Do Religion Anymore, If You Don't Want To!
In the United States, shown at Federal Reserve, Total Credit Market Debt Outstanding is about $85.6 tril. That too, is not too widely believed, or even known to be the case(?).  For a civilization without borders--an anarchy--then something more universal would be expected to apply, even about that.  Arithmetic fits the requirement(?)!

Usury is an arithmetic, religious, topic.  Probably Moses learned about it early on in Pharaoh's household.  The Egyptian dynasties likely created a semblance of it with Food Loans. Crops didn't always work out for them, either.   Acts 7, (KJV or Catholic editions), notes that Moses was not to be said Rabbinical educated.  Moses, Skilled in the arts of Egypt:  The Roman Empire could even buy into that.  So Moses likely learned this from the subjugation dynasties of Pharaoh:  "Jews!  Don't do usury to yourselves, (an alliance of tribes)!  Jews!  Gouge and Screw everybody else, instead!"

The guidance is provided later on--atheists too, can prosper from guidance.  The Likely Scripted Fable of Jesus ben Joseph, Son of Mary, called, "Oh Christ!" (mostly in English):  Included both Matthew 20:  1-16, and Matthew 25:  14-30.  The recent equal amount stimulus payments are like Matthew 20.  Consider a rectangle with equal lines from the left to the right, parallel to the bottom and the top.  In that, draw in a diagonal from the lower left to the upper right.  That is usury applied, and even so noted in the likely scripted fable.  The left side is an income scale, low at the bottom, high at the top.  The constant percentage usury, applied to all incomes:  The rich get richer and the poor can't even keep up.  Primitive Roman-era banking is described.  The low income recipient buries the one talent for safekeeping.  Out gets thrown that 1/3 of the household, into Outer Darkness,  The predators arrive--the times were Roman.  "There shall be weeping and gnashing of teeth."

Familiar with Euclidean Geometry:  Some may note that all the lines in the box have an infinite number of dots, not just dollars.   The Total Net Debt is close enough, and the credit market is therein represented.  Humans with fingers and toes can even compare their numbers, with those.  They are close enough!

Not much came of the crucifixion.  The Catholic leaders made no such comments.  Mohammed, allegedly a prophet:  Mainly just prohibited usury, (Riba), but offered not Stimulus(?).  Adam Smith, free market:  Did propose regulated usury, easily natinwide and worldwide.  That similar atrocity was proposed by Karl Marx in the Manifesto agenda.   Centralized Credit, like US Federal Reserve:  Was therein proposed.

Looking back(?):   Had pharaoh simply brought a patent infringement lawsuit against Moses and Israel:  Then none of that migh have happened(?).  The real ancient deity was Pharaoh, not some nameless ghost in the Sinai desert.  

So notice that religion was not about deity, but subjugation(s).  Subjugation was slavery, that religion even turned into economics,  Christian and Moslem princes alike--prohibited from charging usury, got the Jews to do it for them even. The protections vanished.  A widely promoted and accepted Holocaust became the outcome

"Crow, James Crow:  Shaken, Not Stirred!"
(Lives don't matter, especially at prayer(s)!
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#2
RE: You Don't Have To Do Religion Anymore, If You Don't Want To!
Man, that must be some good shit you've ingested. Coffee
If you get to thinking you’re a person of some influence, try ordering somebody else’s dog around.
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#3
RE: You Don't Have To Do Religion Anymore, If You Don't Want To!
I, um, I just came because I needed more napkins.

I'll be leaving now.
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#4
RE: You Don't Have To Do Religion Anymore, If You Don't Want To!
Well, that was puzzling. Thanks for sharing, I guess.
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#5
RE: You Don't Have To Do Religion Anymore, If You Don't Want To!
Sure, we get some odd posts here from time to time. No problem, we do our best to parse them.

But that OP was comprehensively incoherent.

Is it christislamajudaeomormonism?
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#6
RE: You Don't Have To Do Religion Anymore, If You Don't Want To!
History can be said to be more about economics than religion.  Economics happens among non-literate species.  It is common among literate species, humanity even, worldwide.  Overlooked even by liberals:  Religion also evolved.  Further overlooked, mathematics also evolved.   By itself that is alleged in the OP, indirectly, to not be support for an atheist contention.  It is useful instead:  To note how believers have variously been led to contentions of divinity intent.  

So Old and New Testament allege contentions of divinity intent.  The applications of the usury contentions are not only then material--not spiritual--but barbaric:  Not at all supportive even of human productive relationships.  The dynasties of ancient Egypt created subjugation, and were so-based and celebrated.  Old Testament creates an accepted history.  Deuteronomy mainly furthers the subjugation concept, with basis in arithmetic usury.  The instruction of Deut 23:  19-20, is a political alliance of tribes--not permitted usury.  The instruction of Deut 23:  19-20, is to gouge and screw all peoples worldwide, in the name of the law--usury.

Critical point:  "Name of The Law," and so arithmetic.  There is a competing claim to the ascendancy of any deity:  The Law, subset, arithmetic.
Any deity assertions of ascendancy are not supported. Humanity creations are supported.

The Greeks created heavens easily regarded fables and mythologies.  Imperial Rome also supported fables and mythologies, but also the antiquities of Egypt.  Then the likely scripted fables of the New Testament gospels--around the campfires, stories created, (or in the noted beer halls), were created!  Then 700 years later, attention mainly focused on Matt 25:  14-30, the recorded usury example.  Mohammed prohibited wealth from "Riba," usury.  

So the gospel fable sets up an atrocity-based arithmetic of rewards and outcomes.  Casting out the lesser rewarded rational:  Is offered without remedy.  The predators are rewarded, not some deity's plan.  Humanity had become aware of the marketplace.  That was also not rewarded, the predators were rewarded.  

Adam Smith would celebrate regulated usury.  Karl Marx would propose usury international in Communist Manifesto, central credit.  Keynes would created speeding money, (velocity), with basis in usury.  The arithmetic of the law--going back 4000 or more years--was not included in even that plan.  

Anything Holy was clearly not.  The back-drop arithmetic in New Testament--Matt 20:  1-16--was widely never noted.  No further deity ascriptions were occurring.

Now, in the OP there is a box.  Personal income raises, from usury, are shown using the diagonal.  That money even has a different accounting.  Any credit on which it is based has repayment terms.  The Keynesian-type money, famous deficit spending:  Is now regarded even a different accounting.  It is "Fiat Money," government backed.  It is endlessly never paid off. After Reagan-Bush, in the United States:  Chelsea Clinton was not celebrated for still accepting an allowance in U.S. money.  Conservatives were likely gagging themselves.

Someone like myself, maybe lonely about it:  Could report, "These people have The Bomb"  Currency was still mineral-backed.  It was no longer gold and silver.  Now there is U-235, and U-238.

There is no allegation of deity at all engaged in any such reading of history--or any more, of Current Events!

"Crow, James Crow:  Shaken, Not Stirred!"
(No Lives Matter, especially in the prayers!)
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#7
RE: You Don't Have To Do Religion Anymore, If You Don't Want To!
I see the pills aren’t having any effect.

Boru
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#8
RE: You Don't Have To Do Religion Anymore, If You Don't Want To!
Check, please!
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#9
RE: You Don't Have To Do Religion Anymore, If You Don't Want To!
I see that mascale shares these nuggets of whateverthehellitis on the "US Message Board".

It's a political message board and is spilling over with the crazy.

Of course, he's sly enough not to do a full copy/paste.
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RE: You Don't Have To Do Religion Anymore, If You Don't Want To!
(June 4, 2021 at 8:54 pm)mascale Wrote: In the United States, shown at Federal Reserve, Total Credit Market Debt Outstanding is about $85.6 tril. That too, is not too widely believed, or even known to be the case(?).  For a civilization without borders--an anarchy--then something more universal would be expected to apply, even about that.  Arithmetic fits the requirement(?)!

Usury is an arithmetic, religious, topic.  Probably Moses learned about it early on in Pharaoh's household.  The Egyptian dynasties likely created a semblance of it with Food Loans. Crops didn't always work out for them, either.   Acts 7, (KJV or Catholic editions), notes that Moses was not to be said Rabbinical educated.  Moses, Skilled in the arts of Egypt:  The Roman Empire could even buy into that.  So Moses likely learned this from the subjugation dynasties of Pharaoh:  "Jews!  Don't do usury to yourselves, (an alliance of tribes)!  Jews!  Gouge and Screw everybody else, instead!"

The guidance is provided later on--atheists too, can prosper from guidance.  The Likely Scripted Fable of Jesus ben Joseph, Son of Mary, called, "Oh Christ!" (mostly in English):  Included both Matthew 20:  1-16, and Matthew 25:  14-30.  The recent equal amount stimulus payments are like Matthew 20.  Consider a rectangle with equal lines from the left to the right, parallel to the bottom and the top.  In that, draw in a diagonal from the lower left to the upper right.  That is usury applied, and even so noted in the likely scripted fable.  The left side is an income scale, low at the bottom, high at the top.  The constant percentage usury, applied to all incomes:  The rich get richer and the poor can't even keep up.  Primitive Roman-era banking is described.  The low income recipient buries the one talent for safekeeping.  Out gets thrown that 1/3 of the household, into Outer Darkness,  The predators arrive--the times were Roman.  "There shall be weeping and gnashing of teeth."

Familiar with Euclidean Geometry:  Some may note that all the lines in the box have an infinite number of dots, not just dollars.   The Total Net Debt is close enough, and the credit market is therein represented.  Humans with fingers and toes can even compare their numbers, with those.  They are close enough!

Not much came of the crucifixion.  The Catholic leaders made no such comments.  Mohammed, allegedly a prophet:  Mainly just prohibited usury, (Riba), but offered not Stimulus(?).  Adam Smith, free market:  Did propose regulated usury, easily natinwide and worldwide.  That similar atrocity was proposed by Karl Marx in the Manifesto agenda.   Centralized Credit, like US Federal Reserve:  Was therein proposed.

Looking back(?):   Had pharaoh simply brought a patent infringement lawsuit against Moses and Israel:  Then none of that migh have happened(?).  The real ancient deity was Pharaoh, not some nameless ghost in the Sinai desert.  

So notice that religion was not about deity, but subjugation(s).  Subjugation was slavery, that religion even turned into economics,  Christian and Moslem princes alike--prohibited from charging usury, got the Jews to do it for them even. The protections vanished.  A widely promoted and accepted Holocaust became the outcome

"Crow, James Crow:  Shaken, Not Stirred!"
(Lives don't matter, especially at prayer(s)!
i have not been doing religion for 40+ years. Why would I need your permission now?
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