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Was Jesus a terrorist? : Comments

By David Leyonhjelm, published 8/11/2017

I had an opportunity to consider this recently when I launched 'Kingdom of the Wicked', a novel written by my former staffer, Helen Dale.

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Is there no limit to this man's weirdness? We can blame the damn-fool method of Senate elections for his presence in parliament. He wouldn't get a look in if senators actually had to work to get elected. He is on a par with the sheep poop thrower who also infested the senate for a time. I've stopped reading his articles, and nobody will read his 'staffers' book that he is promoting.
Posted by ttbn, Wednesday, 8 November 2017 8:28:20 AM
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If Jesus was a terrorist? So also was Gandhi!

Moreover, Jewish rebels were limited to bows and arrows, swords, knives and clubs! Few of which targeted innocent civilians or created unintended collateral damage!

You say you were thinking during your last three years in office David? One would hope so, given there is little evidence of it here in this risible drivel!

Today's terrorist, the real McCoy, has an almost unlimited choice of weapons! Which to date have included cars, trucks, planes, firearms rockets and bombs! And maximised innocent civilian casualties! Feel free to join them as the demonstrated IQ, and lack of perceived normal human empathy, would make you a prime candidate!
Alan B.
Posted by Alan B., Wednesday, 8 November 2017 9:44:10 AM
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No need to read the book, you have given it all away.
David
Posted by VK3AUU, Wednesday, 8 November 2017 9:52:41 AM
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Interesting it is, Jews traditionally treat others, not as they treat themselves: one rule under God for them, while the Gentiles are treated with scant regard.
Loud whaling no doubt, when the Romans reversed the approach on them.

Similarities abound today, as politicians make laws for others, they will never have a need to confront, as the elitist rulers both in and out of power.

Take Howard's mandatory sentencing regime, which has reduced previous discerning powers of a judge, to no more than a human rubber stamp, leading to iniquitous penalties to offenders, and over-use of incarceration and injustice as a substitute.

http://www.onlineopinion.com.au/view.asp?article=1298&page=0

The people have lost power and influence over hostile and anti-civil activities of politicians.

Believe whichever historic view of Jesus you like, all point to a passivised radicalism.
Posted by diver dan, Wednesday, 8 November 2017 10:07:56 AM
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Jesus not a terrorist in Rome as Pontius Pilate judged him innocent . " Led by the Zealots, they use IEDs, conduct raids and shoot people both Romans and Jewish collaborators. There are no suicide bombs but plenty of dead bodies, with a particularly vicious attack on an abortion clinic."

Yes but , no but , but Jesus didn't do stuff . Even if he ram-raided an ATM of Commonwealth bank to protest money laundering he wouldn't get the men in black with stun grenades and helicopter gunships. If Buddha made ICBM missiles aimed at New York he'd be destroyed . Does that mean the Trump-Turnbull axis of evil is against Jesus and Buddha ?

It was Jews who arrested Jesus and some Islamic countries ban churches today. They are worse than Australian laws against planning to cause explosions . If the bishop of Sydney makes bombs he's gone.
Posted by nicknamenick, Wednesday, 8 November 2017 10:16:46 AM
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David shows exactly why he desperately needs Saviour with such warped thinking. How is it possibly to think so rationally in some areas and so warped in others?
Posted by runner, Wednesday, 8 November 2017 10:19:35 AM
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