Wednesday, August 09, 2006:
The US Declaration of Independence says that the founders of America held certain truths to be self-evident. One, the first, is that "all men are created equal." Now, the false Zionists certainly don't believe that. They believe that all Arabs are created as inferiors to be the servants of Jews. Many false Zionists base that belief on The Bible since there are passages that certainly support the view. However, the US is supporting the false Zionists in their quest for Middle East Empire (global Empire in the end). How does the US reconcile this opposition to its Declaration of Independence ?
The truth is that the leaders of the US don't believe that "all men [or people] are created equal." The takers are superior. They are more meritorious. Capitalism is a meritocracy, and the acquisitive merit more. Therefore, the capitalist can support the acquisitive, capitalist, false Zionists of Israel.
The real truth is that all people aren't created equal in certain senses even as they are created equal in others. What they are equal in is the inheritance of the whole of existence provided they will unselfishly share more with those who really have a greater need, such as having befallen a disaster. There are other provisos as well. They all come under the heading of good shepherding and stewarding.