These words were written over 400 years ago...by a man not trapped in the sticky mire that is modern political correctness.
I know, I DO go on about this. But this instilled sense of rules to which we all must bend, and yet to which few have agreed...is a weapon. The jew's most powerful weapon that unless amended, will destroy us all. For hiding in the folds of these rules designed not to offend, are the zionist's designs. The fear of offending someone in speech or writing, has now superseded causing true injury and death. Think about that.
"Woe to you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! For you pay tithe of mint and anise and cummin, and have neglected the weightier matters of the law: justice and mercy and faith. These you ought to have done, without leaving the others undone."
So by following the jew's new social rules, we now "strain at the gnat, but swallow the camel". By that I mean,(as did the authors of the scripture from Matthew above about their ruling pharisees of the time) that we must be delicate in our speech but brutal in carrying out THEIR judgments against we Gentiles. The wars that we wage for the benefit of israhell are politically correct and apparently do not harm. But to defame someone in speech or writing, or to challenge a social meme will bring the hellfire of society's retribution. This is nothing new. But also consider that in Portia's time, the "law" which Shylock "craves" was written in favor of the Gentile. In favor of true justice. It has reversed. Shylock will no longer need to plead for a law which will in the end undo his machinations. For in the end of his case today, he will always profit.
" Therefore, Jew, Though justice be thy plea, consider this, That, in the course of justice, none of us Should see salvation..."
The quality of mercy may not be strained, but as in Shylock's case it is also not profitable to the jew. And salvation is not what he seeks. Unless it is conferred upon him by a kosher magistrate...which is more often than not the case in these times and resembles more of a business transaction. So why is it such a wonder that the jew today seems always to receive his "pound of flesh"? As Carlin said: "The game is rigged, folks...the table is tilted..."
The place from which Shakespeare tells us that mercy drops, is unknown to the hebrew. As too is it's very nature and intent. It is free. There is no usury to be charged.
But as Randy Quaid has discovered recently, their is no Gentile justice or mercy in a jewish-dominated court system...or indeed in the press that has smeared him.
So why is it that Shakespeare and Matthew are still heralded as speaking truth and remain today, even though these warnings do not seem to be understood? How can one appreciate the wisdom, simplicity and beauty of a Shakespearean soliloquy and yet remain deaf to it's meaning? It is the "quality" of that esteem. It is the "idea" of these two historic references(among thousands of others) that remains, not the message and the warning about those that defile heaven and nature. Those parts are left out...or when referenced, are dismissed as politically incorrect anachronisms.