Tuesday 9th of August 2022

the conquest of the world with a god and a democratic stick…….

The conquest of the world with a god is is one of the central pillar of all the Abrahamic religions. Having god at one's side gives a morality to an immoral destruction of other cultures. Because some cultures might resist the "words of god", in modern times the conquerors. principally the US Empire, have replaced (or added to) the notion of god, with "democracy" and "freedom" which have nothing to do with people being free from "conquistadors". The modern conquistadors are the capitalists and their corrupt systems of trade — which from time to time (too often) involve illegal wars to bring other people to heal. 



We have been told:


Our belief in the integrity and value of all human cultures is quite a recent development. From the early 20th century, anthropologists have taught us to try to understand all societies in their own terms. Before then, Europeans believed that all peoples could be placed somewhere along a single spectrum from primitive superstition to modern civilisation and rational ways of thinking. Such ideas profoundly influenced Christian missionaries, who frequently assumed that part of their job was to move people along the spectrum so that they would become civilised, ‘just like us’. A good example is provided by the Puritans – sometimes described as the ‘hotter sort of Protestants’ – who emigrated to North America in the early 17th century. The Puritans made strenuous efforts to bring the gospel to the indigenous inhabitants of the New England colonies. Like other Europeans of the time, their most notable missionary, John Eliot (1604–1690), believed that they needed to be taught the principles of ‘civilisation’, which meant persuading them to exchange their nomadic pattern of life for a settled existence under European supervision. Such attempts to reform the traditional lifestyle of the indigenous peoples proved misguided, as they increased their vulnerability to European diseases, to which they had no resistance.






More often than not, armies would be leading the charge before the missionaries...


Conquistadors (/kɒnˈk(w)ɪstədɔːrz/US also /-ˈkiːs-, kɒŋˈ-/) or conquistadores[1] (Spanish: [koŋkistaˈðoɾes], Portuguese: [kũkiʃtɐˈdoɾis, kõkiʃtɐˈðoɾɨʃ]; meaning 'conquerors') were the explorer-soldiers of the Spanish and Portuguese Empires of the 15th and 16th centuries.[2][3] During the Age of Discovery, conquistadors sailed beyond Europe to the AmericasOceaniaAfrica, and Asiacolonizing and opening trade routes. They brought much of the Americas under the dominion of Spain and Portugal.

After arrival in the West Indies in 1492, the Spanish, usually led by hidalgos from the west and south of Spain, began building an American empire in the Caribbean using islands such as HispaniolaCuba, and Puerto Rico as bases. From 1519 to 1521, Hernán Cortés waged a campaign against the Aztec Empire, ruled by Moctezuma II. From the territories of the Aztec Empire, conquistadors expanded Spanish rule to northern Central America and parts of what is now the southern and western United States, and from Mexico sailing the Pacific Ocean to the Philippines. Other conquistadors took over the Inca Empire after crossing the Isthmus of Panama and sailing the Pacific to northern Peru. As Francisco Pizarro subdued the empire, in a manner similar to Cortés, other conquistadores used Peru as base for conquering much of Ecuador and Chile. Central Colombia, home of the Muisca was conquered by licentiate Gonzalo Jiménez de Quesada, and its northern regions were explored by Rodrigo de BastidasAlonso de OjedaJuan de la CosaPedro de Heredia and others. For southwestern Colombia, Bolivia, and Argentina, conquistadors from Peru combined parties with other conquistadors arriving more directly from the Caribbean and Río de la Plata-Paraguay respectively. All these conquests founded the basis for modern Hispanic America and the Hispanophone.

Spanish conquistadors also made significant explorations into the Amazon JunglePatagonia, the interior of North America, and the discovery and exploration of the Pacific Ocean. Conquistadors founded numerous cities, some of them on locations with pre-existing settlements, Manila and Mexico City.

Conquistadors in the service of the Portuguese Crown led numerous conquests for the Portuguese Empire, across South America and Africa, as well as commercial colonies in Asia, founding the origins of modern Portuguese-speaking world in the Americas, Africa, and Asia. Notable Portuguese conquistadors include Afonso de Albuquerque who led conquests across India, the Persian Gulf, the East Indies, and East Africa, and Filipe de Brito e Nicote who led conquests into Burma.






It seems that the notion of god demanding the conquest of other lands reside in the OLD Jewish excuses of their own aggressive ways.


The fact that the Israelites’ productive economy was founded on dispossessing the Canaanites from the land, does however, raise uncomfortable questions. Does God endorse conquest as a means for a nation to acquire land? Does God tolerate ethnic war? Was Israel more deserving of the land than the Canaanites were? A full theological analysis of the conquest is beyond the scope of this article.[1] While we cannot hope to answer the myriad issues that spring up, there are at least a few things to keep in mind:


  1. God chooses to come to his people in the rough-and-tumble of the actual ancient Near East, where the forces arrayed against Israel are vast and violent.
  2. The work of military conquest is certainly the most prominent work in the book of Joshua, but it is not presented as a model for any work that follows it. We find aspects of work or leadership in Joshua and Judges that are applicable today, but the dispossession of people from land is not one of them.
  3. The command to dispossess the Canaanites (Joshua 1:1-5) is a highly specific one and is not indicative of the general disposition of God’s commands to the Israelites or any other people group.
  4. The eradication of the Canaanites stems from their notoriously wicked ways. The Canaanites were known to practice child sacrifice, divination, sorcery and necromancy, which God could not tolerate in the midst of the people he had chosen to be a blessing to the world (Deuteronomy 18:10-12). The land was to be stripped of idolatry so that the world might have the opportunity to see the nature of the one true God, creator of heaven and earth.[2]
  5. Repentant Canaanites like Rahab (Joshua 2:1-216:22-26) are spared – and indeed the putative wholesale destruction of the Canaanites is never fully realized (see below).
  6. Israel will in turn practice much of the same wickedness as the Canaanites, giving a firm answer of “no” to the question of whether Israel was more deserving of the land. Like the Canaanites, the Israelites will also suffer displacement from the land through conquest by others, which the Bible likewise attributes to the hand of God. Israel is subject to God’s judgment too (see Amos 3:1-2 for example).
  7. The full Christian ethic of power is not to be found in the book of Joshua, but in the life, death and resurrection of Jesus, who embodies all of God’s Word. The Bible’s definitive model for the use of power is not that God conquers nations for his people, but that the Son of God lays down his life for all who come to him (Mark 10:42John 10:11-18). The biblical ethic of power is ultimately founded on humility and sacrifice.







So where are we now? 


We know that the US Empire wants to own and control the world.

This has been done by various means:

— WARS. The US has waged many wars since the end of WW2, leading to some analysts to claim that these wars have killed about 15 million people over 75 years....

— MONEY. The US dollar has been set as the controller of trade, exchange and values. Any countries that tried to deviate from this control got taken out with a war: Libya, Iraq, etc....

— DEBT. Debt is enforce through US controlled IMF and the World Bank. Countries cannot compete with the US Empire's own HUGE debt and have to borrow money to survive. Countries who managed to avoid debt were take out with war: Libya, etc.

— THREATS. Presently the US Empire is THREATENING CHINA. The US Empire has created a situation that escaped its clutches. Trying to turn China into a CAPITALIST country working for the US Empire, the Empire created a pseudo-capitalism controlled by the Chinese government, which is working hard at protecting its territory, while fostering "happiness and contentment" amongst most of its people. 

— PROXY WARS. The Russian intervention in Ukraine owes its origin EXCLUSIVELY in the US Empire setting up a trap for Putin to start a war that would WEAKEN RUSSIA and would become a quagmire. Meanwhile the US Empire would poke Russia from other borders by creating revolutions in countries bordering Russia. This would eventually lead the US Empire to conquer the HEARTLAND (destroy Russia and China).

— DIVIDE AND CONQUER. This has been the tactic used by the US Empire against the Muslim world. Making sure that the two main sect of Islam fight each others. This has been observed during the Iran-Iraq war of the 1980s, the UNCONDITIONAL support of the Saudi regime, the least democratic country on the planet, by the US Empire against Iran. Think about Yemen....

— CREATE REFUGEES. The US Empire little wars have created a large influx of refugees into Europe. THIS IS NOT ACCIDENTAL. This works on many ways to make sure Europe follows the lead of the US Empire. Refugees cause problems and cost money, weakening Europe's awakening....



the conquest of the West by Islam, in the past and in modern times.


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no inspection…..

The US State Department and USAID prevented their staff from interacting with Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction John Sopko (pictured).

Both managements advance the argument that the Inspector General’s mandate does not include their humanitarian action.

John Sopko is a government inspector who has worked for the legislative and executive branches. He was appointed to his current position in 2012 by President Barack Obama. He is currently carrying out multiples audits related to the fall of Kabul in August 2021.







This is predictible. USAID often operates as a "benevolent" arm of the CIA. USAID involves colleges to construct "beneficial" programmes to country in which USAID operates. Auditing the source of USAID money and how it is spent could reveal a few skeletons and the background smell of the CIA.