[Irwin Schiff, "tax protester," dies in jail]
Irwin Schiff was a talmudic jew and probably didn’t believe much of any of the supernatural of Judaism (which is a false religion), much less Christianity (which, in orthodox praxis, is True). You know, like almost all “Christians” today. And yet he dies in prison standing for what he believes, and, rightly, know to be true, namely that money has time value and that capricious , evil, illegitimate governments had neither the right nor the preciousness so abrogate these simple, obvious truths. And yes, he was a Jew. (So what does that say about YOU, Coward, Effeminate Christian????)
As you all know, anyone who would like to round like up people and execute them by virtue of their DNA sequences and not even try to convert them as “irredeemable”, well, sweetie, you better be there with one with the kevlar vests because if I am within to enter a clean mile of your radius behind a a 50 cal with some good German glass . Irwin Schiff should have been saved. God willed from the Jew, Irwin Schiff, to be saved. If he was not, it is because he, Irwin, failed to investigate and know God, and we failed to tell him. And we will all answer for it. But make no mistake, delicate little snowflakes: there is ZERO question of “invincible ignorance” here with regards to Irwin Schiff. It has nothing to do with Irwin Schiff. His ignorance, if it persisted to his death, had NOTHING to do with “invincibility”. NOTHING.
So sit your ass down and shut up about that nonsense.
If you want to know why, with this massive traffic I sill get from financial people, I still don’t go “after the money” and pay to the secular Jews and Christians that like economic/market/derivative commentary, and I still Krazy Holy Roller mostly awkward Jesus pots, well, ponder Irwin Schiff and understood.
Irwin Schiff never converted and never received baptism and on fed on Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Don’t you think for a damn minute that I don’t know where Irwin Schiff, almost certainly is, now. He died a Jew. That ain’t good. But he was right about a helluva lot about these earthly dynamics, which CAN then lead the soul to the greater supernatural truths, which then lead us to nothing less than heaven for eternity.
Christian economics makes sense, but you also have to embrace and confess the SUPERnatural.
Money has time value.
There will never be Utopia on heaven.
Robbing the laborer of his just wage is sin, and logging the widowers and the orphanage their living is sin, but so is robbing from Peter to say Paul, and so is ABROGATING the 7th, 9th and 10th Commandments.
Our reasons were obviously not 100% in matching, but thank you and RIP, Irwin Schiff.
I’m not perfect, and what is more I know the Gospel, I know what sin is, and what my sins mean, and I still willfully commit them. I know that the Law is nothing less than God Himself saying to me, “Ann, if you do these things, it will hurt Me grievously.” And yet, I do them anyway. It is almost like I have Narcissistic Personality Disorder or something. But I don’t, so I can’t even blame that.