crazy jews

cannibalcoalition  asked:

Re: lawful wasted while sober- I get what I call 'sugardrunk' sometimes when I've been given caffeine or sugar and am in the company of interesting people with good energies. The comedown of this is called 'schmalffed.' The bad thing is you can still suffer from a hangover this way- related to overexertion and dehydration.

Duuuude, I know that state. Hell, I think @comrade-side-eyes has seen me in that state at con. But…”schmalffed”? Sounds kinda Yiddish, yanno. Careful, people might think you hang out with them crazy Jews. /sarc

Ladies and gents, this is what cowardice looks like. He blocks me so that I can’t reblog and then proceeds to publish several posts about me. This is libel, slander, and harassment. “Gentiles”, which means non-Jews, are crazy, but look at how obsessive he is. If anyone is psychologically unfit, it’s this guy.

Anyway coward, keep this up and I’m reporting you and to date, the blogs I’ve reported have been shut down for good. Funny enough, the most recent one was an actual anti-Semite who told one of his interlocutors that she should be put in an oven because she “looks Jew.” You obviously don’t know what real anti-Semitism or racism look like. I do know what obsession and hate look like. It looks like your blog. This is why I don’t regret being rude to you from the start because you’re consistently hateful and rude towards non-Jews; your hate is even proudly displayed on your blog’s headline. And I know you have another blog going under a similar name; I’ll report them both because anyone can see that this is clear harassment from someone who has already called me a “fuck” and other things. “Bullheaded” means stubborn and is more an assessment of your incapacity to cede a point, let alone change your mind or let bygones be bygones. I’ve no interest in talking to you. Again, push your luck and I’m reporting both your blogs.

These are Jews on Tumblr folks. So far I’ve met only one that wasn’t hateful and obnoxious. I’ve met a few like this guy though. They basically push your buttons to get you to at least appear as though you hate one of them so that they can then accuse you of hating anyone that identifies as a Jew. No, I don’t hate the Jews in my local synagogue. I see them regularly and exchange smiles and good mornings with them. I don’t even hate rude and spiteful Christians and Jews on this site. I do highly dislike the way they accuse people of hatred when the fact of the matter is that the shoe fits them perfectly.
How Israel Is Inciting Palestinian Violence
Inside the far-reaching occupation designed to make Palestinians think they're "always being chased."

“A conversation I had two summers ago with a former Israeli soldier named Eran Efrati opened one small window onto how the occupation works. We met in Jerusalem at the beginning of a war on Gaza that would leave more than 2,000 Palestinians dead. Efrati had long since left the army and become an anti-occupation activist, but he spent most of 2006 and 2007 stationed in the southern West Bank city of Hebron. He was 19 when he arrived there and at the time saw little reason to question the Israeli military’s presence in the city. At his first briefing, he recalled an officer asking the troops what they would do if they saw a Palestinian running at a settler with a knife.

“Of course the answer was you shoot him in the center of his body,” Efrati said. The officer posed the question in reverse: What if it was the settler with a knife? “And the answer was you cannot do anything. The best you can do is call the police, but you’re not allowed to touch them. From day one the command was, ‘You cannot touch the settlers.’” This made sense to him, Efrati said. Palestinians were the enemy. The settlers seemed a little crazy, but they were Jews.”

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anonymous asked:

I don't know if you're familiar with Apollonius of Tyana but there are some people arguing that he also had followers, performed miracles and rose from the dead. That's why they kept saying he's the ~real~ Jesus. Thoughts?

Hey dear friend, here’s a cool fact:

A ton of people in the first century claimed they were the Messiah. Only one is really remembered today, and that’s a strange historical truth that must be taken seriously for both Christians and those exploring faith.

Here’s the context. The Jewish Israelites in the first century hadn’t heard from God or any of His prophets for about four-hundred years, since the prophet Malachi, who also wrote the last book of the Old Testament. They were waiting on either 1) another prophet, or 2) the prophesied Messiah, the “Suffering Servant,” who would apparently liberate them from the oppression of the Roman Empire.

The Jewish Israelites believed that God hadn’t spoken for centuries because of continuous idolatry and rebellion against God. This mindset incidentally formed a group called the Pharisees, who devised over 600 laws to follow, so that such perfection would honor God and possibly hasten the Messiah’s appearance. The Pharisees were so strict that any person who claimed to be the Messiah was almost immediately shut down, because worshiping any god outside the true God was only more idolatry, which had put them in this position of God-silence in the first place. So even though we dismiss the Pharisees today, I can definitely understand their mentality back then and how fast they were to condemn Jesus.

Many new Messiahs did appear. Two of them are mentioned in Acts 5 by a Pharisee named Gamaliel, who mentions Theudas and Judas the Galilean. History books also talk about Judah the Hammer, who enacted a siege against the Roman Empire but was just as quickly crushed. All of these “Messiahs” acted as warrior-presidents that used military force to throw a coup, like a militia attempting to oust the government. Nothing came of them. And the Pharisees were pretty happy about this, because in their mind, such false Messiahs only kept God at bay.

When Jesus came around, he was different than every other Messiah. Here are at least ten reasons why Jesus was unique compared to the religious leaders of his day, and perhaps among every other religious leader.

1) He called himself God, which was certainly crazy and even appalling to first century Israelites.

2) He never picked up a sword or lifted a finger against Romans oppressors. “You live by the sword, you die by the sword.”

3) Jesus, in fact, was for the Romans, and also for people who were considered “cursed” by God, including the poor, lepers, the disabled, the blind, adulterous women, and the mentally ill. So you have a man who calls himself God, which should create an arrogant egomaniac on the level of Hitler, but you have a godly man who serves people with such humility and compassion, which puts him on the level of Mother Teresa. Never before in history have both claims been true in one person: that someone is both self-proclaimed God and an active servant for people.

4) Jesus was an oddball prophet, in that he ultimately didn’t point to his body of doctrine to “carry on my life’s work,” but pointed to his own body as both Savior and Sacrifice.

5) When other “Messiahs” died, their teachings were considered sacred by their followers and they tried to “keep the dream alive” through those teachings. When Jesus died, his followers dispersed, and so much of Jesus’s teaching was about himself as “the way, the truth, and the life,” that his teachings were incomprehensible after he died.

6) In a time when the graves of supposed saints and messiahs were consecrated and worshiped, Jesus’s gravesite was never located, which could only be explained by a very narrow window of explanations. I’m jumping ahead, but that’s something to consider.

7) So something happened with Jesus that was different than every other false messiah. Something crazy had to have happened that made the first century Jews just go nuts. Suddenly, eyewitnesses were saying Jesus was alive, after they saw him die. Under the threat of the same crucifixion, both disciples and non-believers were reporting that Jesus was walking, talking, eating, and hanging out with them. No one was primarily talking about his “teachings,” but talking about his resurrection. This then validated what Jesus taught to his disciples. The entire history of Jesus as Messiah was backwards compared to the other cycle of messiahs. I believe the difference here is that Jesus was bodily resurrected, just as he said he would.

8) The majority of Jewish Israelites, who were so against idolatry because of four-hundreds years of silence from God, were worshiping Jesus as God. They changed their worship day from Saturday to Sunday, the day of the Resurrection. When the Romans demanded that the first Christians add a statue of Jesus to the pantheon, along with all the other gods, the Christians refused to register, despite the fact that this would’ve made Christianity a legal religion under the Empire. Christians were called “atheists” back then because their God was not registered, and they were also labeled as “cannibals” because they broke bread and wine that represented the broken incarnation of God. First century Christians were tortured, crucified, burned at the stake, and head molten lead poured into their heads, all to forsake Christ, but the Christians had seen Jesus, and you can’t recant what you’ve actually seen.

9) They very fact that there were so many “Messiahs” in the first century actually makes a stronger case that Jesus is who he said he was, because he was so distinctly different than all who came before and after.

10) Here’s one of the reasons why I believe in Jesus. If we dismiss the Resurrection, then you and I would have to reasonably accommodate for this entire series of events by a bunch of strung-up coincidences that created this huge explosion of Christianity in the first century that made the Jews go crazy. I’ve read many of these theories that explain it away. They’re not bad. But if we’re going with Occam’s razor, then I’m going with Jesus being the Real Messiah. It’s certainly still hard to believe, but it begins to put all these pieces together and why the story of Jesus has endured.

— J.S.

anonymous asked:

Donald Trump is not racist! And to make such a harsh accusation that all/any of his supporters are is ridiculous. Yes, his idea to have Muslims wear arm bands is controversial, but comparing him to Hitler is crazy! Hitler blamed the Jews for everything wrong in the world when they had done NOTHING wrong! Many Muslims on the other hand (NOT ALL BY ANY MEANS) have killed thousands of innocent people!!! He's only trying to propose an idea to help stop future terrorist attacks and PROTECT people!

By that logic we should ID all white teen boys then too hmmmmmmmmm