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INHUMANE HUMANITY DESERVES TO DIE

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Battlestar Galactica is an American science fiction franchise created by Glen A. Larson. The franchise began with the Battlestar Galactica TV series in 1978, and was followed by a brief sequel TV series in 1980, a line of book adaptations, original novels, comic books, a board game, and video games. The reimagined miniseriesBattlestar Galactica, developed by Ronald D. Moore and David Eick, was first telecast in 2003, and this concept was continued with another Battlestar Galactica TV series telecast from 2004 to 2009.  A prequel TV series, Caprica, aired from 2010 to 2011.

REQUEST DRY WOOD

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For all you aspiring “terrorists” or “heretics’ (same thing), take some advice from people who learned from their predecessors during the gruesome history of “humanity”:

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Deliberately causing death through the effects of combustion has a long history as a form of capital punishment. Many societies have employed it as an execution method for crimes such as treason, heresy, and witchcraft. The particular form of execution by burning in which the condemned is bound to a large stake is more commonly called burning at the stake. Death by burning fell into disfavour amongst governments in the late 18th century.  (because more cost-effective methods were devised as the cost of wood increased).

Burning at the stake was popular in Catholic and Protestant lands. There were three methods of burning at the stake. In the first method, burning wood was piled around a stake driven into the earth. The prisoner hung from the stake from chains or iron hoops. In the second method (popular in punishing witches), the prisoner again hung from a stake, but this time the wood was piled high around the victim so the observers could not see her pain and suffering as she burned. In the third method (popular in Germany in the Nordic countries), the victim was tied to a ladder which was tied to a frame above the fire. The ladder was then swung down into the flames.

Law required that victims be strangled before burning at the stake, but many victims were deliberately burned alive. This violence was used as both punishment and warning, similar to the sacrificing of criminals in front of an audience at the Roman Colosseum.   Originally, burning at the stake was primarily used for women convicted of treason (men convicted of treason were hanged, drawn and quartered). Later, burning at the stake became a popular punishment for men and women accused of heresy or witchcraft.

The 16th and 17th centuries saw a which-hunt such as the world had never seen. Rumors spread like wildfire of people participating in wild witches’ Sabbats, the adoption of animal forms, and ritual cannibalism. Superstitious fear flung accusations everywhere, and the population lived in terror. As many as 200,000 people were burned at the stake for witchcraft during this time. Burning was believed to cleanse the soul, tantamount for those accused of witchcraft or heresy.

Henry the VIII’s daughter, Mary Tudor (“Bloody Mary”) gave birth to England’s most famous burnings at the stake. One of her victims was the sometime Archbishop of Canterbury, Thomas Cranmer, in 1556. During the course of Bloody Mary’s five year reign, she was responsible for 274 burnings. Her victims were condemned of heresy–being Protestant.

In the 17th century, during the Spanish Inquisition, burning at the stake was a popular choice for punishment since it did not spill the victim’s blood (the Roman Catholic Church forbade this). The burning meant the victim would have no body to take into the afterlife.  Burning at the stake began to fall out of favor in the 18th century when more “humane” methods of capital punishment rose.

Read a History of “Cripsy Critter Barbeque Techniques”  (burning at the stake) in this Wikipedia article:  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Death_by_burning

THE LOGIC OF HOMO SAPIENS

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Do you ever wonder about the “logic” of homo sapiens?  Do we really understand what motivates the “thinking” of the “average” human life form creeping around on the Earth killing and eating everything they can catch or shoot?  Did you know that during the entire history of human beings on planet Earth there have been only 12 DAYS during which a war was NOT being fought somewhere on the planet!  (this is probably due to incompetent record keeping, or illiteracy, or both).

Did you know that more than 2/3rds of the taxes collected from American residents —  just like you and me — is spent to fund MILITARY activities?  Most of this money is spent by “contractors” who build weapons and other gadgets that are used for murder, mayhem, pain, destruction, mutilation and to create social, economic and environmental chaos.  But, what is the REAL “logic” for this perpetual slaughter?  

The FACT is that every single war in human history (without ANY exceptions) was FUNDED BY PRIVATE BANKERS FOR PERSONAL FINANCIAL GAIN.  Do your TAXES pay for waging war? NO.  It is “money” that is created by and loaned by private banks at interest to BOTH combatants.  When all the dead bodies have been cleared from the fields, the “spoils” or “profits” are collected by the Private Bankers.  Don’t take my word for it, folks.  Do your own research.  The Private Bankers are PARASITES that are fed on the blood and flesh of the dead human bodies that litter the perpetual war zone called EARTH.

Do you have a “healthy” lust and zeal for killing your fellow human beings, and other creatures?  Why not take some of the guns from you personal arsenal and go hunting for private bankers?  This will solve TWO problems at once: 1) satisfy your “normal” human desire to kill something, and 2) rid the Earth of parasites!

What could be more “logical” ?

A FLAWED CREATION

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“People still kill one another for petty jealousy and greed. Humanity never asked itself why it deserved to survive.  Maybe you don’t….”

Quote from BATTLESTAR GALACTICA

This is the finest space opera television series ever produced. Period.  I’ve watched every episode from all 5 seasons 3 times.  Either I’m a lunatic, or I don’t have a life, or both. Whatever. However, I must reiterate the observation made by the writers of the series about the extermination of the human race as a result of creating weapons it cannot control:  “THIS HAS ALL HAPPENED BEFORE AND IT WILL ALL HAPPEN AGAIN.”