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Are the Christian and Jews fraudulent Pension Fraud Crimes similar to Herman Melville’s The Confidence Man?

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Are the Christian and Jews Pension Fraud Crimes (PFC) similar to Herman Melville’s The Confidence Man?

American writers of popular fiction have always drawn on Biblical materials. Biblical allusions feature prominently in their works such as Herman Melville’s Moby-Dick, which begins with ‘Call me Ishmael’.

The American people have never been able to get enough of popular fiction inspired directly by the Bible.

In The Confidence Man (1857), Melville has the prototypical beguiler, Satan the Devil himself, come on board the American ship of faith, Fidele, and by arguing that there are no trustworthy texts, in that the Bible itself is a devilish beguiler, demonstrate that there are in fact no no real Christians aboard.

The whole story appears as a scenario what was America and Europe ahead: land filled with con men, pension and insurance fraudsters, hooligans and killers.

There are many parallels which can be drawn between the Jewish and Christian Pension Fraud Crimes (PFC) and what is written in Melville’s The Confidence Man.

One of the early forensic schemes put over via the Christian Churches onto its people was the claim that somehow the Foreskin of Circumcised Jesus Christ survived. So all over Europe there were churches and claims by people who said they were in the possession of Jesus’ authentic Foreskin. And women would pilgrimage to Churches just to see it. Perhaps something for the modern Churches to take up. Why depend on the old stuff when you can get the new readily available?
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