Friday, February 03, 2023

Tobias Langdon says that some Black nations are just as guilty of slaving and other atrocities as some White nations (inadvertently proving that Moses-Christianity is the only way)

Tobias Langdon discusses an article from (Zionist controlled) The Guardian that discloses that certain Black nations and peoples have the same history of slaving as do certain White nations and peoples. 

Langdon's article delves into the incredibly depraved and hypocritical nature of so many nations and peoples who today pretend to believe that "diversity is strength."

It all just goes to show how essential it is that the West (and good people everywhere) adopt Moses-Christianity, which sorts out evil doers (like slavers, warmongers, money worshippers, vice profiteers, etc) summarily and violently when necessary, and puts the "better Angels" that are left onto Jesus Christ.

Lincoln, for example, sorted out Zionist slavers, but he didn't follow through and deport Voodoo Blacks back to where the Zionists bought them (or stole them). Big mistake. But he did get half of the equation right.

The other aspect of Moses-Christianity is the goal of destroying Hebrew trash masquerading as Moses Jews, which had Moses followed through, would have prevented the Zionist nest of vipers and den of thieves from emerging from the Mideast furnaces in the first place. This was Moses' failure, who let his brother Aaron live (while killing other Golden Calfers) when he probably subconsciously knew he should have done as the Lord wanted: "Let [my] wrath be kindled against them, that I may destroy them, and I will make of thee a great nation." 

Moses ultimately did kill plenty of Golden Calf Hebrews for their sins, but not his corrupt and cowardly brother Aaron -- another big mistake, because that branch of Hebrews went on to become what Jesus Christ later called the depraved and murderous "Synagogue of Satan," which then instigated the crucifixion of Christ so it could continue its profitable moneychanger corruption with Rome.

And that, my friends, is why we're living on this planet of hellions. But it's never too late to do the right thing.

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