Christianity (continued)

So, with their plans for the construction of the new state religion roughed out, they decided on
a name for it, "Christianity" after the Christ savior of the Jews who would never lead them to
greatness, but rather into entrenched obedience and eternal stagnation.  It's organization and
leadership structure would be military-like, with a supreme commander called "Father", or in
Latin "Pope", and the underlings, the generals and captians and lieutenants and sargents and
etc. called archbishops, bishops, deacons, priests, etc.  The advisors to the Pope  would be
organized in the fashion of the Roman 'Senate' and be called Cardinals.  The enforcement
organization for this new religion would be called the 'church', it's proper name to be
'Christianity'.  It's connection to the Roman nobility was to be completely hidden so the slaves
could never blame the nobility for any atrocities that the church might commit againsat them.  
This organization would be funded by a ten percent levy on the profits that the Lords derived
from the slaves (serfs).

Now, with the organization roughed out, the theoriticians set about to "justifying" the
existence of this new religion, the authoring of the "bible".  The rules were simple.  The bible
must teach and inspire absolute obedience, the eradication of all self motivation or self
enhancement of the slaves, the rich nobility had to be protected from the slaves, and the
"church" was to extract the maximum profits that could be realized from slavery.  Lastly, the
bible was to shield from the slaves the fact that they were slaves.  To this end, various
authors groups were charged with documenting a fictional life for Jesus. While this authorship
was taking place, the Romans set about to destroy the Jesus anti-slavery movement.  They
announced the end to chattel slavery for every slave who would become a christian, and
annoounced that Jesus was the god of christianity, therefore, the Jesus movement would have
no slaves to set free.  The 'freed' slaves were recaptioned as '
serfs'  instead of slaves and
would now be attached to the soil instead of being a chattel property of a Roman "Lord".  
The vast majority of slaves were agricultural because in those days it took about ten slaves to
feed eleven mouths. In establishing this new "religion" the Romans had just renamed all slaves
as 'christians'.  These new christians learned quickly that all powerful, yrannical, and vengeful
god was now their slavemaster and it was impossible to escape him.  They learned of the
punishment that would be doled out for 'sin', eternal hell fire, enforced by god.himself.  They
learned all about 'sin' which was in reality all the characteristics of personal freedom broken
down into small pieces and described separately so the relationship of sin to freedom was
totally obscured.  "Sin" thusly barred them from any movement in the direction of pesonal
freedom or personal enhancement or personal choices.

The writing of the "New Testament" took about fifty years of trial and error before it was
judged by the group of authors and political theoriticians to be sufficient to control the slaves
psychologically.  It was first published around 367AD. The slaves of the Roman Empire, now
called 'serfs' were never allowed to learn to read or write, so the publication of the book was
rather irrelevant to them, but it gave the priesthood a common, strict, and reliable  game plan
for the ultimate control of slavery.  The lives of the slaves, now "christian serfs" were
managed in such a way as to keep them in absolute poverty and ignorance, and terrified, so
none could obtain a copy of the new book anyway.  They had to rely on the priests and
officers of the church to 'interpret' this 'word of god' for them.  It was later realized that the
bible was deficient in it's control ability in certain ways, but the remedy was to tell the slaves
that the 'will of god' was expressed to them through the Pope, and the expressions of the
Pope was as true and holy and as infallable as the bible itself.

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