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It is simply that the urgency with which our government wished to point the finger of blame was a case of jumping the gun, to our own eventual detriment.
And perhaps, allied to that, a certain penchant for cherry–picking the available expert evidence in order to support an at least questionable thesis which already existed in the mind of the government and, I daresay, the military.
Indeed, governments should always make evidence-based pronouncements rather than relying on assertion and bombast, which is what has happened in the Skripal case.
We should bear that in mind during this month’s fifteenth anniversary of the Iraq invasion, which was based on Western intelligence that purportedly showed Saddam Hussein possessed weapons of mass destruction.
The Hebrew Bible says that Yahweh commanded the Israelites to offer offerings and sacrifices on various altars.
The sacrifices were only to be offered by the hands of the Kohanim.
After the Temple was destroyed, sacrifices was resumed when the Second Temple was built until it was also destroyed in 70 CE.
References to animal sacrifice appear in the New Testament, such as the parents of Jesus sacrificing two doves (Luke ) and the Apostle Paul performing a Nazirite vow even after the death of Christ (Acts -26).
pm, April 2nd, 2018 - 99 comments Categories: australian politics, Deep stuff, defence, Dirty Politics, exports, Free Trade, jacinda ardern, kremlinology, making shit up, Media, military, Propaganda, Russia, same old national, Simon Bridges, spin, Syria, uk politics, us politics, war, winston peters, you couldn't make this shit up - Tags: In the second stage of a false flag attack, facts go out the window and the sole issue becomes “are you for us or against us.” Our media and National Party politicians are well into this stage in the Skripal affair.
But as questions mount and skeptics proliferate from all sides, it may well be that Jacinda Ardern and Winston Peters may well be wiser than media advisers by not following blindly the western herd. Update: Porton Down unable to establish Novichok of Russian origin.
Animal sacrifices were common throughout Europe and the Ancient Near East until Late Antiquity, and continue in some cultures or religions today.
All or only part of a sacrificial animal may be offered, especially in the context of ritual slaughter.