Debt Rattle June 23 2020

 

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    V. Arnold
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    Addendum to the above:
    John Marco Allegro was the only secular scholar allowed access to the, then, newly discoverd Dead Sea Scrolls, circa 1950. If memory serves, Allegro was given access in 1954…

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    John Day
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    The main thing about Jesus was not the melanin content of his skin, but that what he said was what he got crucified for. You had to be a threat to the Roman ower structure, “troublemaker” to earn crucifixion. It took a couple hundred years to rewrite his story to what would serve as the religion of the Roman Empire.
    Jesus taught “Gospel”, “good news”, which was broadly understood to be debt repudiation for all, the “Jubilee”. That’s why he got killed after chasing the “money changers” out of the temple with a whip, about a week after that, the best history can tell.
    Economic Historian, Professor Michael Hudson has the story:

    He died for our debt, not our sins

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