I've been watching a new channel to replace Lloyd, called Holy Kool-Aid, and another one, Religion for Breakfast, and a few others, including Freedom From Religion (Dan Barker is one of the Presidents of FFR), which, in the U.S. is about the separation of Church and State. One of the many things I have learned from these channels is that the U.S. was the first country to adopt separation of Church and State into it's Constitution, after it was discussed in Europe during many, many years of religious turmoil (largely Catholics and Protestants). But there is something else, important. The U.S. Government does NOT promote Christianity ONLY. You can be a Buddhist and be an American, or an Atheist, etc. (or any number of religions across the globe. The U.S. is "globalist," as Alex Jones would say, broadcasting from Genesis Communications). This matters for two reasons- one, because the JDubbs do not recognize any religion besides their own, and second, Christianity itself, JDubbs aside, is an exclusive religion. But, modern Democracy in America tries to work for everyone, not just Christians, and not just JDubbs. In other words, Christianity actually excludes the Jews, and many other people. Actually, Christianity and Judaism are mutually exclusive.
I do not believe in paradise at all. We were finally making progress after the holocaust when the U.S. helped get the Jews their own State of Israel (so they can create their own version of paradise there, and so they would have a place to flee if ever another Hitler rose to power). All that progress was spoiled by the JDubbs who are all over the globe pretending God is going to create a paradise on earth.
Milestones: 1945–1952 - Office of the Historian (state.gov)
Lloyd is missing many pieces of his puzzle. He is a philanderer at a bad period in Democracy, when women's rights are prevailing. There will always be a fringe of such people, I suppose, but not any kind of popular majority.