Tuesday, 23 October 2012

Inquisitions, Heretics, Witches and Racists.

Inquisitions, Heretics, Witches and Racists.

A mischievous or malicious accusation of racism can find one incarcerated in jail much like the Spanish Inquisition in 1478 when many true and faithful Christians, because of the testimony of enemies, rivals, slaves and other low people—and still less appropriate—without tests of any kind, were accused of heresy and were locked up in secular prisons, tortured and condemned like relapsed heretics, deprived of their goods and properties, and given over to the secular arm to be executed, at great danger to their souls, giving a pernicious example and causing scandal to many.

The purging of society of Witches, history informs us, was stopped by King Coloman of Hungary who declared that witch-hunts should cease because witches did not exist; a very enlightened person for his time I might add. "Neighbourhood witches" were the product of neighbourhood tensions, and were found only in self-sufficient serf village communities where the inhabitants largely rely on each other.

Such accusations follow the breaking of some social norm, and any person part of the normal social exchange could potentially fall under suspicion.

Perhaps history does repeat itself. The modern phenomenon of purges is not as the result of superstition but the shame and fear of being a victim of the purge is the same. Times have changed; modern day connotations of charges of enemies of the people are brought by the enrichers who accuse the enriched, and the colonizers that accuse those being colonised of being racists because they object to unwanted ‘cultural enrichment’ by primitive people and to the colonization of their lands.

The political establishment who through self preservation continue to use a contempory type of inquisition to those opposed to their plan of ethnic dilution and eventual destruction. The powerful, wealthy clergy who through the ages have sexually violated the bodies of young children still have strong political muscle and influence, and like their predecessors preach their bigoted diatribe from the pulpits to the frightened people; they will even throw baseless accusations at political parties and still have the temerity to call themselves God’s disciples.

It has reached a disturbing stage where teachers will accuse a child of racism; one child will even accuse another, purges like inquisitions whether religious or superstitious are designed to keep the peasants in a continual state of concern and controlled servitude. It is only in the private, comfortable sanctuary of one's home and amongst one’s closest friends and out of earshot of strangers that one can be free to speak of their concerns for their future.

We don’t have religious tribunals any more but we do have departments of inquisitors like the EHRC led by an ebon representative of the colonizers and enrichers whose position is the surveillance of the faithful and the punishment of the transgressors. To add insult to injury he even sexually mates with a female of those peasants being colonised. The EHRC’s sole reason for being is to use threats of incarceration and to purge society of the peasants who express resentment to the destruction of their identity and theft of their land.

It has almost reaches a stage of frenzy. But unlike accusations of witches and heretics the purpose of the use of the word racist is not of the result of superstition but of something much more sinister, the reshaping of Europe.

Never in our nations long and glorious history have treachery and sedition been so blatant by our traitorous leaders. Never has a whole ethnic society whose resentment to being overwhelmed and discriminated against been silenced by a comparatively few people.

The modern heretic is ‘THE RACIST’. That is title that is ascribed to anyone who openly opposes their loss of their identity, their culture and the deliberate overwhelming of their homeland by violent peoples of cultures so alien to theirs, and of the violation of their basic human rights of self determination by government decree.