One of the things I hate the most in the world is the word “love.” I absolutely hate it. Not because I don’t love things; actually, there are many things in the world that I “love.” I am very passionate about a great many topics and things. But the way the word “love” has been dispersed to us over a long period, most recently with the KGB intelligence strategy to impose in America the peace sign during the hippie movement, the goal was always to undo us to collapse while we were busy “loving” each other. The peace sign was meant to change our value systems from a warring nation with the best military, capital markets, and endless opportunities for the most people, and to erode those values so other countries could knock us off to be the new world players. The peace movement was always an attack, meant to take advantage of our natural inclination to “love” as we have interpreted the Bible by many of the same maniacal characters. The churches themselves have sought to be the big power players competing with governments for power since the beginning of time, so much of what values they have extracted from the Bible were interpreted for us in view of our role being sheep more than the shepherd or the wolf. I’ve read the Bible, backward and forwards, along with many other books, and I don’t get a message of love at all costs. Love has a cost, and that is the insult when a hippie culture of communists came along in the 50s, 60s, and 70s to impose on an entire generation a KGB strategy meant to undo us all by exposing our misunderstandings of Christian values that say we must love at all costs.
Instead, I look at love as a currency that has value. And by associating love as unconditionally, then we have allowed elements of our society to take advantage, and they certainly have. That’s not how it is in my life. If I love people or things, there are conditions. And if those parties don’t live up to the expectations, I don’t love regardless. And why would anybody? The idea that we should love each other no matter what we do to each other is ridiculous. It was the enemies of America who came up with all these dumb notions about hate, that “hate” hurts you more than it does me kind of thing. No, hate is a value system that pulls love away from those undeserving. And allows you to function guilt free when people betray you. And under such functions, a nation is then better able to make decisions on treason, sedition, and betrayal of each other or of our country and the values it represents.
The part of the Bible with Jesus in it saying things like “forgive them, father, for they do not know what they do” is very small. Over time, we have been directed to focus on it because those sentiments serve the power forces in the world in whatever form they present themselves. Many people who point at the Bible and say it tells us to love unconditionally never read the Bible but instead allow themselves to be seduced by an institutionalist from the church who interprets life much the way a common politician does. I would say that the God of the Bible is a vengeful character who killed many millions of people to stop them from essentially worshipping Baal. Satan, Lucifer, and all elements of the Beast are constructs of the pagan gods who predate the Exodus. God spent many pages of the Bible punishing those who keep running to Baal and breaking the Ten Commandments. Any modern interpretation of the unconditional love of God by sending his son Jesus to die for our sins is wrapped up in the powerful forces of the world who want their sheep to go quietly into the slaughterhouse instead of fighting for what’s right.
Love is something that is earned, and it should be something that is a deterrent to bad behavior. If people don’t value God’s love, which is what much of the Bible is all about, then God’s wrath comes upon them, and they will be punished for their behavior. Sometimes it’s death, such as the holy man in Kings 13, who a lion kills because he disobeyed the Lord. Apparently, he was punished for not listening, and a lion just came along and tore him to shreds. And people saw the body and just kept walking by as the lion stood next to an ass (a donkey). The churches of Europe throughout the Middle Ages after the fall of the Roman Empire, then up until the present period of subversion by intelligence agencies, whether it’s the KGB during the Cold War or the CIA in America yesterday trying to discourage voters from voting for President Trump, love has been the means to attack, to keep everyone unaware of the actual war that has been going on for centuries. And what you get in the end is the worship of Baal, just as occurred in the Bible repeatedly, from those who spit in the face of God and then had to feel the wrath. To my way of looking at things, the wrath of love lost should be a deterrent. To lose love should be something people don’t want to experience. And if they think love will always be there and you don’t have to work to maintain it, you will see a collapsed culture.
And there is nothing worse than the “free love” movement where sexually, the whole ceremony of love has been cheapened on purpose. I have a significant social media imprint and can’t record how many women send me DMs for hookups, which I find repulsive. They don’t know better, especially the young women who are coming out of their teens and are 20-somethings looking for a welfare check from an older man. They were raised in this free-love environment that started with the topless losers at Woodstock in 1969. Many of these young women are the kids and grandkids of those old hippie, pot-smoking deadbeats. And love lost its currency a long time ago because it was cheapened, but it is an evil culture that has turned to Baal repeatedly, just as Jezebel did. Remember what happened to her? She was thrown out of a window and eaten by dogs because she went against God. And I think that was a good thing to have happened. We are at a point where we have to stop the strategy that Saul Alinsky and many other enemies of America have inflicted on us all, our gullibility toward love, and our misplaced value of maintaining love at all costs, because we believe it’s the thing God wants us to do. I don’t think God wants an immoral society and that everything is cool just because Jesus died on the cross. We live this life and die to be born again in heaven. Instead, I would argue that we should fight for what’s right, whether here on earth in 2023 or in heaven beyond time’s reach. Love is a currency we should cash in and distribute to those worthy. And to those who aren’t, they need to feel the wrath of hate and all that comes with it.