Jesus Was an Anarchist so Statist Christians are Fake Christians

Anarchast Ep.463

Topics include: Anarchism from a Christian perspective, the gun in the room of statism, Keynsian coercion, Mises and Christianity, agnosticism, religion compatible with Anarchism, peace and love is the way, the golden rule, the 'social contract' vs voluntary contracts, freedom in the religious life, generosity, life under law is sin, grace and freedom, the kingdom of God is voluntary

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27 Comments on Jesus Was an Anarchist so Statist Christians are Fake Christians

  1. haha… loved the name of the video. will watch it soon and just wanted to share this interesting take on christianity and the crucifixion of christ:

    “The Heart of Hearts

    Excerpted from Shadows in the Twilight: Conversations with a Shaman.

    Lujan:

    Now Bill, I would like you to take a look at this well-known story as if it was an artifact in terms of your recollection of it. You see, what I am going to do now is give you a different version of what you have been told is a truth. The tale I am to tell will awaken a perspective that will speak to your heart and dissolve that solidified mindset which has been conjured into a belief system through repetition. Let’s observe the story of the crucifixion of Christ and change your viewpoint so the artifact can become fluid instead of fixed.

    When Jesus was on the cross being tortured, it is said that he cried out to the heavens, “My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me?”

    This seemingly simple account in itself is the first conjuring. The visual image of Jesus looking to the sky implies that he is addressing a powerful being, seemingly separate and apart from him, that has at this point withdrawn care and love. This epitomizes the predator’s strategy, conjuring a fundamental dynamic of separation, abandonment and fear, and giving the message that we are divided, within and without.

    In actuality, this man would have been looking down, into the hearts of those who loved him, they who were paralyzed by grief and dread, unable to voice their opposition to the atrocity that was being enacted, for if they did they would have been punished for speaking their truth by the governing forces who would have subjected them to a similar fate.

    Simultaneously Jesus was viewing the corrupted hearts that believed their actions were justified. Here is where he realized how they had forsaken their truth, to the point where they were prepared to murder him, to extinguish something beautiful whose only purpose was to reveal where the darkness had stolen so much light.

    Truly, what this man was saying was: “Oh my beloved, my heart of hearts, why dost thou forsake me?” What is essentially being revealed in this scripture is this question: “Why would the heart of another, which exists within all of us, wish to harm?”

    You can see that this is an altogether different message to the one we have repeatedly been given. This deliberately corrupted portrayal of the divine is an overused stimulus to divide people and make us self- righteous, divorcing us from our innocence, which inherently recognizes unity. We must be determined to walk a clear path with heart, instead of being dragged into petty power struggles, which feed back into the illusion of duality and separation that further weakens us and blinds us to our true potential.

    The foundation of dualism has been applied in so many different scenarios to control the masses. The central message being enforced over the ages is: Do what we tell you or bear the consequences. We are being herded like sheep via this ongoing cultivation of fear, away from our true potential: The realization of our heart of hearts.

    When you are commanded to do what shouldn’t be done, if you comply it is due to the fact that you fear the consequences of being harmed, ostracized or ridiculed. We have been so finely caged that we don’t even know we have been caught. We see the cage, which is our corrupted behavior, as our freedom, as though it is our absolute right to operate from a covert and unintegral basis. A predatorial construct entraps us within our sense of self-righteousness.

    Our rights really have nothing to do with the reason we are acting this way. Social conditioning has everything to do with the manipulation of truth to maintain control and hold our existence within a labyrinth so complex that the only way we will escape is to wake up to our hearts. We need to more deeply understand what is occurring within the matrix of our living perceptions, so as to free our selves from the never-ending loop of compliance being pressed upon us by beings, both organic and inorganic, that see us as an energetic resource.

    With the four books I have written, I want to purposely incite resolution, so that people can come to an understanding of what’s really occurring and realize that we have to take back our energetic sovereignty in all circumstances, whether in dreaming or in the waking world. It is time we came back to our central simplicity, our essential nature as human beings, which opens us up to a vast universal awareness that is our true attention.

    Bill:

    That was a beautiful story. It certainly got me thinking.”

    • a pokoboko broadcast that was the most intelligent and insightful comment that I’ve read on here yet. Hope is renewed.

  2. HI from South Africa – keep going Jeff we all love you – always the greatest guests on your channel x0x

  3. God, (not the real name) = Source or Great Spirit: Universal collective consciousness which not all of us have learnt to acknowledge and respect it, just yet, for what it is, although we are all points of Infinite awareness…it’s just that simple!!! Great conversation by the way, guys, thank you!

  4. So glad you went over these things about taxes and working what the find I’ve got over this with my family and they’ve put this in my face and I’m really happy to see this guy talk about it

  5. The concept of Christ most certainly was that of an anarchist and as fellow anarchist we are all in the same battle between the truth and the LIE that is statism.

  6. Give unto God what is God’s and Caesars what is Caesars. Money is a representation of our time labor care, that which we care about. God gave us freedom of choice freedom and responsibilities for our actions.

  7. Greek or Hebrew doesn’t really bring us closer to the truth – Jesus’ native language was Aramaic!

  8. When we vote we give up our freedom and make government the authority over us we have in fact replaced God!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • I’ve never voted, and you are right, the legal system is based on the Bible, and has had the Lord god removed from it grammatically, if you look at the language used in the KJV its not the same as the Jerusalem.
      Its being used to take you away from God and keep you lost, so your estates and equity can be administered by the state.

  9. Ussery is the weaponization of currency against the common Man, it brings poverty despotism and war. The problem isn’t money in and of itself but who controls it.

  10. No army can stop an idea whose time has come. I’m telling 20 people. Peace love and anarchy

  11. So glad you did this story! Jesus was an anarchist! He wasn’t passive either, he got in people’s faces and tried to wake people up from their mind control.

  12. Anarcho-Christian, Anarcho-Capitalist, Voluntarist here! Looking forward to this episode!

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