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Whose Cure?

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Submitted by Seamus MacNemi (United States), Jan 4, 2008 at 12:06

Cure the cancer indeed. But the question must be asked ' Whose Cure'? Are the Jews again to be ruled by the Romans or the Greeks and their Christianity? The entire edifice of the church is a concoction of paganism and eremitic Judaism wrapped in a cloth of fear and guilt which seeks to serve only the whims of a corrupt and perverted priesthood to no good for the people. Let us have done with priesthoods and orders and doctrines and dogmas and then we shall know the true face of the G-D.

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