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SPEAKS. It is very seldom that I can representing the selfish inter fbkl any thing in the other ests and honestly legislate in papers fit to copy in The Fool- the interests of the whole peo Killer. It seems that very few pie ; and if big clergy would people know how to express divorce themselves from big tilings in my way. But. the fol- business and politics, honestly lowing extract from a lecture do- and faithfully represent the Uvered by Judge J.F. Rutherford Lord and preach the message of in the great New York Hip- His kingdom as commanded ; and podrome recently is just as good if the people would heed such .as if I had said it myself. And sound advice and refrain, from so I am just going to yank out violence, the great battle of ;a few fist-fulls of it and pass Armageddon would be averted it around among the readers and Messiah's kingdom estab oi The Fool-Killer. Wish I had lished without great suffering, room for the whole lecture, but Roger W. Babson, accredited it is too long. I quote from The confidential spokesman for big Golden Age: business, says: "Labor is beaten. The ruling factors again as- It fears Now we semble, and this time at Wash- have anything to sell to the ington. No one who thinks American people, we know how seriously expects anything good to it We have the schools. w come or mat conference, n We have the pulpit. The em it conspicuous that the only man paying class owns the press., who made a great public fight There is practically no import for disarmament -was. ignored 3Jlt paper in the United States when the United States memb- but is theirs." This is why ers of he pommission were ap- certain newspapers refuse to Sfo Xt waST wei? novm publish the truth, especially that if Senator Borah were on when stated hy Bible students. that commission the people Labor says: "We will not would know what was gomg on md the employing class. U1m?e , . Our wives and children are hun The greater portion of the We have proiuced the public press is owned by or sub- wealth of the world and are en sidized by big busmess. It med now to a reasonable sub speaks as it is commanded. Big istence. If you will not give business, big politicians, and work to earn our bread, we big clergy, through this mouth- not in the breadline, but piece, with one accord nave re- we will g0 -and take the bread." cently freely proclaimed to the two mighty forces are -people. Unless the disarma- movmg opposite directions ment conference brings forth an with grim determination. The arrangement establishing Jast- result is inevitable. They are trig peace on earth, civilization gathering to Armageddon, will be plunged into chaos." Out The farmer finds himself dis of their own mouths shall they criminated against by the rul be judged. To this date the ing factors, and his disposition conference has accomplished no- is becoming anything but sweet, thing. It will accomplish no- The retail merchant, who de thing unless the divine remedy pends upon tho common people is followed. for his living, is likewise be- Concerning this and other coming more dicontented. phases of Satan's empire, the Added to these is a great army hand of God has written upon of unemploved ex-soldiers in Bdshazzar's wall: Weighed in Africa. When the World War the balances and found want- came the preachers of the lin ing." This alliance of big busi- hol allLnnce & utter disregard ness, big pohfrcians, mmT big of the teaching of Jesus and c ergy is unholy m the sight of the apostles whom they claim God, j because the clerw have to represent, preached the boys abandoned the Lord and joined into war. They said: "Go to hands with the forces of Sataivs war and if you upon the bat. empire, Speaking through his tlefield, you will be a part of the holy prophet to those who would yious sacrifice of the Savi f orm such a federation for the our"weI1 knowing when they controlling of man, Jehovah fore- gaid it that they were hying, telling , its destruction says: mell some layman Christians, "Associate yourselves, O ye peo- real zeal for the ia pie, and ye shall be broken m His teachings, expressed an op leces; and give ear, all ye far the shedding of countries: gird yourselves, and human blood, these same preach ye shall be broken in pieces, ers helped to prosecute and send tird yourselves, and ye shall be iOTTTV,ovl puoa SET YheruSg facto t . , ,4 us at Washington. The forces of earth are mar- , v - Ary.r.frAArm in,oro whaling for Armageddon, mere is but one way to prevent the is uui ww, " J 47 . , r,Qn. vlnnZ?lCJlTh T & 2 twJHhiSS ehadowed by the Ird through Su ing, cease exploiting the people flirnncrli its subsidized means of propaganda, permit full employ- caent and an opportunity for THE FOOL-KILLER, BOOMER, N. C every man to earn his food and to exercise his God-given-privi leges; if big politics would cease Many of the American boys the dust of France. Others , returned When thev ve returnea. vynen xney went to war, big business said , , . vit ,-0uQ win to em Your jobs will be waiting for you when you re- turn." But when they return- thdr jobs were gone, and of these boys are now r C ot Preaa'. . The political wing of the al - 1 liance made laws to compel the soldier boys to go to war. When they returned and asked these same lawmakers to pass a law granting each soldier a small bonus, big business first replied. "The business of the country will not permit of a bonus to soldiers." Politicians answered. "The financial condition of the country is such that we cannot 1 j Jl t f 1 give a oonus to tne soioiers; oe- rne disagreement uonierenee sides, we should not make such at Washington is another half a precedent for future times." hearted attempt to dodge the is- The preachers say to. the sue and to gain selfish advant boys: 'Servants, obey your age for the Big Ikes, masters: and remember your Even the Hughes proposition, patriotism." good as it is, does not go far These boys asked for bread and enough not half far enough, receive a stone. They cry for s hangs to the old notkm meat and receive a serpent. of baIance of power .military The Constitution guarantees power bmte force. the freedom of speech. When 2r eY,en at tha soe& if i mvnirpi fr rvotf ii'Koy. iartner than some of the other ties and lives of citizens who honestly desire to foUow the tLJ .Japan m parti- teachings of Jesus and therefore ular- The thing cannot be put refuse to shed human blood, the ugh without a compromise Constitution is ignored and nul- wh wul destroy what little lifted; When the ex-service good there is in it, man asks for a bonus on which xher hang-taked pin-headed to feed himself and children until statesmen will have to learn that he can get himself a job, the to ,?ult 1S to Ult- Constitution is invoked to pre- They cant sorter quit and vent it. The soldiers are asking sor not quit. wny It may be that the world will The war produced 23,000 new get lessons out of these attempts millionaires and 600,000 pauper failures which will result soldiers who fought for their ln a real honest-to-goodnes country. The soldiers are ask- 2g5nt nations a ing why. little later : It must come and it will come. A LEAGUil OF NATIONS. Universal disarmameht and peace is the surest thing in all Some of my readers are want- the world. It is even now knock ing to know what I think about mg at the door. But my notion the League of Nations. is it wnl take us three or four Well, I have expressed my years yet to get the door open opinion a good many times, but and let it in. If the present it won't hurt anything to soak crop of statesmen cannot learn it a few more licks. sense enough to do the job right. So here goes : they will have to be kicked a- A real league of nations must side and let some body to it that come and Vnll coime. And it has got sense enough, cannot be far away. A new publishing concern is league. It must not be a, nub- advertising a set of correspon tary alliance of a few of the dence lessons on "Nerve." They plutocratic powers for the pur- have got it. pose of oppressing enemy ha- ' : . .x tions and robbing the rest of Says the Raleigh News and the wond. Observer: "World War veterans T, the WlS?? League. e strong for the Wilson Foun It is built upon selfishness and Nation for several reasons. For depends upon brute force for its one thing, they know better very existence. It .is dommat- than most people how terrible ed and controlled by a few of war is and'and and I' sup the big .Allied Nations, and its poSe they want to honor the only, object is to hold with bull- czar" who drove them into it dog grip every selfish advant- Looks kuris to me. age it can get. . The forgiving and healing Attorney General Dougherty spmt of Christ has never enter- gaVe Debs some "advice" as to ed into its calculations for a how he should conduct himself moment. m the future. Well, I do say I For instance, it wants its en- And T Seera to remember that emies to set humble and sub- nnm nH jviqIi nflPiV-ioU massive, willing to be cuffed axound Uke dogs and never utter a whine, but it is not willing to get humble and submissive it- self. According to its arrange- metS l 8 mUSw an2 httw-,Slde rLSf, and the Wilson league wants hhM? bHS1Kt over boasting and losing t over the prostrate forms of its con- Quered subjects. That will never do. :-e.J!LYf??J5 f52fP?S! 1 t humble aike PAGE THB1 There must be a clear recogni tion of the fact that the war brought no victory to any nation but that they were all ten tknea worse off afterward than before. The nations must get willing: to see and admit that all their big swell-headed plans have fail ed, and that some method en- tirely different must be adopted. rro -r-v i m Plle nations are willing to go used to give Paul as to how he should conduct himself, Lord j, littleness and the contemptableness of it! . , , churches of Athens, Georgia, have been advertising theiTrSelves in the newspapers. and th head-line of the advertisemet G0 TQ CHURCH TH0U pQOL." Haw- haw-haw! Thats a good one. But I 'just wonder how they knew that nobody but fook thodox preaching.