4 Replies to “German Meltdown on Freedom of Speech”

  1. It would be interesting wouldn’t it, if Germany decided that all the Armstrongist Churches of God were promoting hate speech by proclaiming British Israelism where Germany was going to be the Beast Power to take over the world?

    Imagine if you will — and it’s not much of a stretch of imagination — that quite suddenly, the Philadelphia Church of God, the Restored Church of God and the Living Church of God were given 24 hours to take down all negative narratives about Germany, fined $57 million Euros each and have all of their online postings everywhere taken down in a week.

    In the aftermath, the ACoGs would protest that their freedom of speech was being violated, but one wonders what they could do about it? Certainly, the ACoGs would be banned in Germany.

    It would be hilarious to have the ACoGs taken down by Germany because of their refusal to abandon a thoroughly disproved and debunked British Israel promoted by a stupid ignorant moron with delusions of grandeur while proudly proclaiming that this is evidence of their legitimacy by virtue of the persecution.

    They may be safe, because they are so small that Germany may not notice them, but who can say? Witness what CNN did to someone who irritated them.

    If this were to happen, what would happen to all the members? Do they have the commitment to withstand ‘persecution’? Or they so cowardly they would skip out at the first hint of adversity?

    These are interesting questions.

  2. https://www.gotquestions.org/British-Israelism.html
    All the negativity the Trumpet projected towards Germany is what brought me to blogs like these. It makes me wonder how the ACoG can hold on to British-Israelism after it has been debunked ad-nauseam. It’s very reminiscent of the eugenics ideologies that the Nazis adopted from the US to justify the Holocaust. Don’t they know that the original Anglo-Saxons came from Germany? And that Germany was the birthplace of Martin Luther?

    P.S. I don’t really appreciate personal attacks, but I’m nonetheless grateful that sites like these exist to discuss Armstrong’s errors.

    1. Thanks for the link. It won’t make much difference to the armstrongites though. They really prefer lies than the truth. They only want to hear what their itching ears want to hear.

  3. If you study the British royal family, you will find that their German name “Saxe-Coburg and Gotha” was changed to Windsor by King George V during World War I due to anti-German sentiment, and that King George issued a proclamation abandoning and renouncing all of his German titles shortly thereafter. From the time of Queen Victoria’s marriage to Prince Albert, the British Royal Family has actually been German.


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