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  • Writer's pictureGeorge M James


Updated: Jul 20, 2020

What happened to the holy separation between Church and State?

There are reports, by all accounts true, that the US part of the Roman Catholic Church lobbied Congress to receive a cut of the Covid-19 aid package. The amount received is not completely known but between $1.4 and $3.5 billion. Yes, BILLION, and money that no religious institution ought to have received. In fact, if it was not for the church paying millions to lobbyists (legal bribing) the payments would be unlawful. Usually, churches and religious institutes are exempted from such aid or in plain English, not eligible. And so the church lobbied and scored very big. And to be fair, so did all the other faiths, the Protestants and probably the Satanists too. The money came from the Paycheck Protection Program, PPP, valued at $659 billion. This money was supposed to keep small businesses open and Americans employed. They will now see nothing of the billions given to churches. Is the money to be paid back, no, not if used for rents, salaries, etc. Then it will be written off. No company above 500 employees is supposed to tap into the fund, thus, to do so, Congress changed the law. Such is the corruption in the US these days. The church then organized how-to guides and webinars to show their mates how to apply. Four dioceses even sued for the money whilst in bankruptcy – something not allowed in law and yet they got the money. In any other country, it would be called what it is, corruption. A statement from the church said: “I know some people may react with surprise that government funding helped support faith-based schools, parishes and dioceses. The separation of Church and State does not mean that those motivated by their faith have no place in the public square.”Other recipients were billionaires, members of Congress and their families.

Now that is just so much bullshit in law and anywhere else. I first wrote about the lack of separation of Church and State in Code Name GSSP-40. I said, and you can check this out, do some research: “The end times in the Bible, a warning. It is in the Book of Revelations. A new order will be created by the beast, that is the devil, and an important part of that is where the Church and State is not separated. The concept is so dangerous that in law that you will find the separation of church, state, and judiciary in every Constitution of every advanced country, and wherever the legal dictum was ignored, civil unrest and outright war ensued. It is easy to recollect the horrific abuses of the Spanish Inquisition, that is the classic example of a church gone power-mad. It is worth noting that the Roman Catholic Church never killed anyone though, they merely handed the condemned over to the Spanish State to do so and the State obliged. God does not admire such shenanigans in His holy name...”

One US President made a stand against State and Church becoming one, John F Kennedy: “I believe in an America where the separation of Church and State is absolute – where no Catholic prelate would tell the President (should he be Catholic) how to act, and no Protestant minister would tell his parishioners for whom to vote – where no church or church school is granted any public funds or political preference – and where no man is denied public office merely because his religion differs from the President who might appoint him or the people who might elect him.”

See clearly what Mr Kennedy said here, the religious inclination must not influence the President. That, say some, led to him being shot dead in Dallas. So when you hear that churches take money from the government, even if legally so, and to brag openly that they elected a president (“Protestant Evangelists”) you have a serious problem. You remind me of that old whore of Babylon, exposed and ignorant to facts. Is this the result closing 200,000 churches a year and those stating that they have no church connection whatsoever stand at 23% of your population? But the problem goes deeper than mere religious views. I left the most shocking for last. A 2020 Princeton & Northwestern research conducted by Martin Gilens and Benjamin Page, political scientists, looked at the US political structure and concluded that “economic elites and organized groups representing business interests have substantial independent impacts on US government policy, while average citizens have little or no independent influence.” This means, let me be clear, you are not a democracy. You are the same as what would be Saudi Arabia, a typical oligarchy model. It means that the government doesn’t care what 95% of American voters think. You know why not? Because they sold out to what is known as special interest groups, 24% of the Congressional votes go to them. The wealthiest 1%, 78% of the Congressional votes. Lastly, business groups, 43% of the Congressional votes. That is how Congress will vote on issues. You, the citizen, 5%, There is no democracy left in the USA. Your political system is an oligarchy model in all but name controlled by a few powerful families. How many citizens will now not be assisted because religious businesses were assisted?

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