By Robert Singer
Disclaimer: The author believes we are living in a “Matrix.” The argument for the existence of an alternate reality is both a priori ("prior to") and a posteriori ("posterior to").
The terms a priori ("prior to") and a posteriori ("posterior to") are used in philosophy (epistemology) to distinguish two types of knowledge, justifications or arguments. A priori knowledge or justification is independent of experience; a posteriori knowledge or justification is dependent on experience or empirical evidence. Galen Strawson wrote that a priori argument is one in which "you can see that it is true just lying on your couch. You don't have to get up off your couch and go outside and examine the way things are in the physical world. You don't have to do any science."
Why does God allow bad things to happen in the world? is one of the most difficult questions in all of theology.
To answer the question, we must take a close look at the Bible, the Modern State of Israel, our consumer (shopping) society and mankind’s greatest hope since at least the beginning of known history: eternal life (Immortality).
Warning: Reading the following may be hazardous to your mental health. The material herein has caused readers to experience Cognitive Dissonance (CD). CD is the discomfort felt at the discrepancy between what you already know or believe, and new information or interpretation that contradicts a strongly held belief system – It’s that queasy feeling that rises in your gut and screams, I Don’t Believe That! Because, if you accepted the new information, you would have to admit you been “had,” or “conned,” in this case into believing God wrote the Bible when in fact the Bible was most likely written by Satan.
[Excerpt from Was the Bible Written by Satan? by Craig A. James] The fear inspired by Satan's Big Lie (about going to Hell if you don't believe) would cause good people to actually defend Satan's own writings! They would start a huge intellectual effort called "Christian apologetics," devoted to explaining why, in spite of the glaring errors, contradictions and immorality in Satan's Bible, it was actually all true, and was in fact the word of Satan's arch-rival, God. This would be Satan's ultimate achievement, that the humans that God created would actually turn against God and defend Satan's Bible!
Lucifer (Satan)  Rules the Earth (Gaea)
Lucifer, ‘to shine’ or ‘to bear light,’ is a name that was mentioned only once in the KJV or King James Version of the Bible, specifically in Isaiah 14:12. Lucifer was likened to the parable of the King of Babylon wherein he was seen as someone who wanted to rule over all making himself similar to God. 
“The whole world is lying in the power of the wicked one.”—1 John 5:19.
Lucifer was the hidden-hand behind every social cataclysm in modern history (the bad things): Two World Wars, the Holocaust, and the deaths of 70 million people. [5, 16]
Lucifer, in 1967, completed his “rite of passage task.” The Task [a test of strategy] required the State of Israel be created in 1948 and control of the Temple Mount take place in 1967, as a condition precedent before Lucifer and his minions (The Global Financial Elite, TGFE ), could attain Immortality.
Rite of Passage - A Rite of passage begins when the candidate (in this case Lucifer) documents a test of strategy “task” in the Bible. 
The Task, the ultimate test of strategy, can be found in the book of Revelation 11, V2&3:
1. To get a people (the “Jews”) to a place (Palestine) in 1260 years from an event known as the abomination that maketh desolate and
2. Liberate a place (the holy of holies) from gentiles (“non-“Jews”) in 1279 years from the abomination that maketh desolate.
The Transition – At the successful completion of the Task, Lucifer was allowed to transition to a metaphysical struggle with Mother Earth (Gaea). Throughout the Bible, Lucifer (Satan) is consistently characterized as God's premier enemy, but the passages should have read, “Lucifer is the premier enemy of Gaea. 
When Jesus declares that we should choose life his words should be taken literally.
The Dark Ages, by a twist of religious dogma, oriented the “dispositions and beliefs” of most of the world from worshipping the Earth/Gaea (Pantheism) to worshiping Jesus Christ, Allah and Yahweh (monotheism).
Until the Dark Ages, the populations of Pantheists (pagans) saw themselves as belonging to Nature and the wider Universe.
By Kevin Zeese, Margaret Flowers, Tarak Kauff, and Elaine Brower
There comes a time when efforts to avoid the truth begin to fail, when one can no longer go about daily life and pretend that all is okay. If you are like most of us, you are experiencing this.
There comes a time when one can no longer shut out the atrocities of U.S. foreign and military policy: trade agreements that destroy farming; mass unemployment; especially among communities of color; illegal detention and torture; increasing drone attacks resulting in mass civilian deaths; and once again a President who lies the United States into another war for oil and bankers.
A time comes when one can no longer close one’s eyes to the atrocities of a U.S. domestic policy that steals from the people to add to the already hideously bursting pockets of the wealthy, that kicks people out of their homes, denies needed medical treatment and drives families into bankruptcy so that CEOs can dine on gold-lined plates in their personal jets as they travel from gated mansions to leather seats in penthouse offices.
by Stephen Lendman
Previous articles discussed America's permanent war agenda, culture of violence, imperial lawlessness, daily atrocities, blood-drenched history, glorification of killing in the name of peace, and support for the world's worst despots, as well as contempt for democratic values, rule of law principles, and human and civil rights abroad and at home.
Obama continues the odious tradition, governing repressively while waging global imperial wars, brazenly claiming humanitarian intentions he doesn't give a damn about, never did, and won't tolerate.
Americans foot the bill and pay the price. Global millions suffer. Earlier articles addressed America's wars against Iraq, Afghanistan and Pakistan, as well as proxy ones in Africa, Asia, Central and South America, and at home against Muslims, Latino immigrants, and working households.
Many people around the world might have credulously or perhaps naively fallen in the trap of believing the tempting claims of the U.S. statesmen and politicians who say that their country is a "beacon of freedom" and a "pioneer of democracy."
It's a bitter reality that many of us have been defeated and overwhelmed by the propaganda of the U.S. mainstream media who incessantly attempt to make their audiences believe that democracy and freedom are originally American values and cannot be found anywhere else in the world, that all of the world nations need the United States to achieve these values and that the United States must resort to every instrument to export these home-made values to the rest of the world, including frequent military expeditions.
by Stephen Lendman
On June 9, Haaretz writer Barak Ravid headlined, "Palestinian leadership divided over plan to seek UN recognition," saying:
Senior Palestinian Authority (PA) officials are "sharply divided over the unilateral move to seek" UN General Assembly recognition in September. Abbas wants it. Others don't "because they believe (it) could do more harm than good to their cause," hurting Israel perhaps but not helping themselves.
by Stephen Lendman
Wikipedia says US presidential doctrines state "key goals, attitudes, or stances for United States foreign affairs." Except for James Monroe in 1823 asserting a declaration of regional dominance, later ones reflected Cold War and imperial politics since Harry Truman.
On March 29, eight New York Times contributors asked "Is There an Obama Doctrine," preceded by an introduction saying his previous day America's role in Libya speech asserted unilateral authority to intervene abroad "when our interests and values are at stake," an illegal position under international and constitutional law, unmentioned in the debate.
On April 13, Times writer Peter Baker headlined, "Obama Puts His Own Mark on Foreign Policy Issues," saying:
"If there is an Obama doctrine emerging, it is one much more realpolitik than his predecessor's, focused on relations with traditional great powers and relegating issues like human rights and democracy to second-tier concerns." In fact, no US president in recent memory gave a damn about either or anything humanitarian.
These days you can’t swing a cat or open your mailbox without being hit by a flood of emails about the memorials, tributes, condolences, and donation sites for the victims of these tragedies that the conspiracy theorists say were created -- not right after the event, but right before the event.
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