Monday, May 28, 2012

Casualties of the Morality of Sacrifice: Jesus, Justice, Rights


The morality of sacrifice is of deceivers and tyrants, and its most sublime casualty is Jesus Christ, considered by Thomas Jefferson as the “greatest of all reformers.” Jefferson described the “benevolent” system of Jesus as “the most SUBLIME morality.”

With devious goals, the anti freedom call it sacrifice. The reality is: Jesus advocated against the “notion that a certain group or nation has a monopoly on human value, while the rest of mankind are properly slaves or mere barbarians.” Christ taught that every man is made in the image of God, thus, every individual soul is precious. Jesus advocated INDIVIDUALISM: the respect of individual rights. Consequently, the anti freedom brutalized him. To absolve themselves of their evil, and to pulverize His most sublime teaching, the anti freedom devised a malevolent scheme: tout the brutality perpetrated on Him as Jesus sacrificing Himself. Three goals are achieved with the morality of sacrifice: no justice/judgment to those who brutalized Him, His most sublime teaching is negated, and tyranny can continue to easily claim those devoid of self-esteem, i.e., those who do not think that every individual soul is precious.

My God is just, so I reject original sin, the doctrine that guilts people out in order to crush their self-esteem. My God is just, so I reject that Jesus sacrificed for me. Glorifying sacrifice is ungodly because self-sacrifice is masochism and sanctioning it is sadism.

Jesus also taught, "Love your neighbors as you love yourself." Sacrificing oneself is not loving oneself. So, self-sacrifice is not of Jesus. Sacrificing others is not loving your neighbors - this is not of Jesus. It is very clear that sacrifice is not a teaching of Jesus.

The MOST SUBLIME MORALITY
http://ilynross.blogspot.com/2011/04/most-sublime-morality.html

Sacrifice is giving up a higher value over a lesser one or over a non-value.

The virtue involved in caring for loved ones and doing the right thing is integrity: you love, so you care; you think it is right, so you do it. Since I love my kids more than I love myself, since I value them above all else, going without something or working hard for them is not sacrifice.

When Patrick Henry said, "Give me liberty, or give me death," he was not sacrificing himself. He was saying that he valued his liberty over his own life.

New Jersey Declaration of Independence Signer, Abraham Clark, was dragooned to renounce his signature. His two sons, Aaron and Thomas, officers in George Washington's army, were captured and TORTURED. The British said they would release them if Mr. Clark renounced the Declaration and his signature. He refused. Since he and his sons valued liberty above all else, it was not sacrifice.

Selfish greed for my integrity
When I fight for Liberty!

http://ilynross.blogspot.com/2010/05/when-i-fight-for-liberty.html


16 comments:

Ilyn Ross said...

The ethics of the Declaration of Independence is self-interest. It mentions happiness twice.

Sacrifice is the ethics of collectivism/socialism. Sacrifice is the morality that gave rise to the military draft. If it is noble to sacrifice, it is also noble to sacrifice your own citizens. If it is noble to sacrifice, self-sacrificial ROEs are noble, too.

If you hold that it is noble to sacrifice, and you have integrity, you would be sacrificing 24/7. What have you sacrificed and for what?

Ilyn Ross said...

To those glorifying sacrifice as the noblest virtue:

1) Are you in favor of self-sacrificial ROEs?
2) Do you support foreign aid to countries hostile to American soldiers?

Since the military draft has been ended, tyrants promote self-immolation as noble in order to give them cover when they sacrifice American soldiers and other American interests.

Ilyn Ross said...

http://www.mittromney.com/embed/video/thank-you

Neither the American Revolutionaries nor Abe Lincoln declared for sacrifice. They declared for Independence, for the right to life, liberty, and the PURSUIT of HAPPINESS.

In 2008, both BO and the admirer of the Mt. Rushmore fraud declared for sacrifice. Now, the GOP nominee honors sacrifice. Mr. Romney, will you sacrifice yourself for Mr. Obama? What will you sacrifice for your self-respect?

D...o not sacrifice for me. I am no sacrifice profiteer. Most of all, do not demand that I sacrifice.

When Patrick Henry said, "Give me liberty, or give me death," he was not sacrificing himself. He was saying that he valued his liberty over his own life.

New Jersey Declaration of Independence Signer, Abraham Clark, was dragooned to renounce his signature. His two sons, Aaron and Thomas, officers in George Washington's army, were captured and TORTURED. The British said they would release them if Mr. Clark renounced the Declaration and his signature. He refused. Since he and his sons valued liberty above all else, it was not sacrifice.

Selfish greed for my integrity
When I fight for Liberty!

http://ilynross.blogspot.com/2012/05/casualties-of-morality-of-sacrifice.html

Ilyn Ross said...

To Mr. Romney and to others glorifying sacrifice as the noblest virtue: Are you for the Declaration of Independence or for a Declaration of Sacrifice?

Other than the existing self-sacrificial ROEs, what more sacrificing will be required of American soldiers?

Ilyn Ross said...

So long as members of the Armed Forces glorify self-sacrifice, they will be subjected to self-sacrificial ROEs. Sacrificing others is crearly evil. I cannot understand a mind that can hold sacrificing others as evil, yet hold that sacrificing oneself is noble.

The ethics of the Declaration of Independence is self-interest. It mentions happiness twice. The virtue involved in caring for loved ones and doing the right thing is integrity: you love, so you care; you think it is right, so you do it.

Sacrifice is the ethics of collectivism/socialism. Sacrifice is giving up a higher value over a lesser one or over a non-value. It is the morality that gave rise to the military draft. If it is noble to sacrifice, it is also noble to sacrifice your own citizens. If it is noble to sacrifice, self-sacrificial ROEs are noble, too.

One who declares for a cause higher than the individual cannot claim to be a defender of individual liberty. One is either for the Declaration of Independence or for a Declaration of Sacrifice.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UdIIYWmIWLA&feature=player_embedded

Ilyn Ross said...

The anti humans have devised a way that makes it unnecessary to force people to sacrifice: raise sacrifice as the holy grail, and those with no self-esteem line up for self-immolation.

http://ilynross.blogspot.com/2012/05/casualties-of-morality-of-sacrifice.html

Ilyn Ross said...

http://www.facebook.com/ilyn.ross/posts/327512630667817?ref=notif&notif_t=like#!/photo.php?fbid=371354012906603&set=a.327102583998413.70864.229716270403712&type=1&theater

The morality of sacrifice is of deceivers and tyrants, and its most sublime casualty is Jesus Christ, considered by Thomas Jefferson as the “greatest of all reformers.” Jefferson described the “benevolent” system of Jesus as “the most SUBLIME morality.”

With devious goals, the anti freedom call it sacrifice. The reality is: Jesus advocated against the “notion that a certain group or nation has a monopoly on human value, while the rest of mankind are properly slaves or mere barbarians.” Christ taught that every man is made in the image of God, thus, every individual soul is precious. Jesus advocated INDIVIDUALISM: the respect of individual rights. Consequently, the anti freedom brutalized him. To absolve themselves of their evil, and to pulverize His most sublime teaching, the anti freedom devised a malevolent scheme: tout the brutality perpetrated on Him as Jesus sacrificing Himself. Three goals are achieved with the morality of sacrifice: no justice/judgment to those who brutalized Him, His most sublime teaching is negated, and tyranny can continue to easily claim those devoid of self-esteem, i.e., those who do not think that every individual soul is precious.

http://www.ilynross.blogspot.com/2012/05/casualties-of-morality-of-sacrifice.html

Ilyn Ross said...

God is just. The claim that Jesus died because of people not yet born when He was brutalized is UNEARNED guilt, and thus, UNJUST.

Ilyn Ross said...

There are religionists who say, 'Jesus died for you; He sacrificed for you." I say that such a claim ascribes injustice to their god. It is their means of assigning unearned guilt. It is a means of ruling others without any risk: just say that sacrifice is the holy grail, and men with no self-esteem line up for self-immolation.

Ilyn Ross said...

So long as soldiers glorify sacrifice, they will be sacrificed by civilian and military leaders, and by their countrymen.

http://ilynross.blogspot.com/2012/05/casualties-of-morality-of-sacrifice.html

Ilyn Ross said...

The anti humans have devised a way that makes it unnecessary to force people to sacrifice: raise sacrifice as the holy grail, and those with no self-esteem line up for self-immolation.

Ilyn Ross said...

"For I go where no slave before the oppressor bends…" - Dr. José Rizal, EXECUTED at age 35 by THEOCRATS who perverted Christianity.

"Of all the tyrannies that affect mankind, tyranny in religion is the worst." - Thomas Paine

http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=1280837264812&set=a.1268872285695.139307.1346466773

Ilyn Ross said...

The anti humans have devised a way that makes it unnecessary to force people to sacrifice: raise sacrifice as the holy grail, and those with no self-esteem line up for self-immolation.

http://ilynross.blogspot.com/2012/05/casualties-of-morality-of-sacrifice.html

Ilyn Ross said...

I disagree that "Christ's execution was by design" because that would make God DEMONIC. Only a satanic being would use Judas et al as puppets to stage such a barbaric act.

http://ilynross.blogspot.com/2012/05/casualties-of-morality-of-sacrifice.html

Ilyn Ross said...

"The merit of a sacrifice, if there can be any merit in it, was never in the thing sacrificed, but in the persons offering up the sacrifice -- and, therefore, Judas and Pontius Pilate ought to stand first on the calendar of saints." — Thomas Paine

Ilyn Ross said...

"The merit of a sacrifice, if there can be any merit in it, was never in the thing sacrificed, but in the persons offering up the sacrifice -- and, therefore, Judas and Pontius Pilate ought to stand first on the calendar of saints." — Thomas Paine