Ye see then how that by works a man is
justified, and not by faith alone...For as the body without the spirit is dead,
so faith without works is dead also" - James 2: 24, 26
GANGSTERS R' US
Capone vs. Judge Rutherford
Al Capone gained his power by
exploiting the weaknesses of people.
Judge Rutherford gained his power by exploiting the
weaknesses of people.
Al Capone lived and acted
like a King using his own money.
In 1923, before the Great
Depression, Al Capone bought a very nice house on a small
plot of land for $5,500.
Judge Rutherford lived and acted like a King using everyone
At the start of the Great Depression in 1929 Judge
Rutherford had a mansion built for $25,000, excluding the
100 acres of land he possessed around the home. As soon as
his mansion was built, Rutherford bragged he was offered
$75,00 for it.
Al Capone eventually had two
homes, including a 4,000 square foot mansion in Florida.
Al Capone was one of the very
few elite rich people who bought a 1930 V-16 Cadillac. That
car cost between $5,400 and $9,200 and that was during the
Great Depression. A new Ford that year only cost $600,
which means one could buy about 15 new Ford automobiles for
the cost of that one Cadillac.
Judge Rutherford eventually had five homes, including two
5,000+ square foot mansions in California, a luxury
apartment in Manhattan (worth millions today), a home on
Staten Island, and a residence in Germany.
Judge Rutherford was one of the very few elite rich people
who did not own one of those V-16 Cadillacs: he owned TWO of
Al Capone had 1 yacht.
The finances of Al Capone's
city-wide empire were known to no one but himself and his
Judge Rutherford had 2 yachts.
The finances of Judge Rutherford's WORLD-wide empire were
known to no one but himself and his accountant.
Al Capone lived with his wife
Al Capone had at least one
Judge Rutherford would not live with his wife and son or
even visit them or cause them to visit him.
Judge Rutherford had at least one mistress.
Al Capone was very close to
his son, Sonny.
Al Capone smuggled illegal
whisky and sold it.
Judge Rutherford's son Malcolm despised his father and
wouldn't even attend his father's funeral.
Judge Rutherford smuggled illegal whiskey and drank it.
Al Capone got all of his
Al Capone did not pay enough
taxes on his ill-gotten fortune.
Judge Rutherford got all of his money immorally.
Judge Rutherford did not pay ANY taxes on his ill-gotten
Al Capone assassinated his
Al Capone sold a tangible
product which gave value and cheer for those who drank
Judge Rutherford assassinated the character of his enemies.
Judge Rutherford sold failed promises which had virtually no
value or cheer, and gave only disappointment and bitterness
for those who believed him.
Al Capone never claimed to
exclusively represent the interests of God.
Al Capone had personal
Judge Rutherford always claimed to exclusively represent the
interests of God.
Judge Rutherford had personal bodyguards.
Al Capone always traveled
Al Capone never wrote any
Judge Rutherford always traveled first class.
Judge Rutherford wrote dozens of worthless books.
Al Capone wasn't an
Al Capone's friends attended his
Judge Rutherford was a first-class alcoholic.
Judge Rutherford had no friends.
Al Capone never incited
people into riots.
Al Capone once had a charity
that helped the poor.
Judge Rutherford incited thousands of people into riots.
Judge Rutherford never had any charity for the poor, and he
spent his life doing his best to make and keep everyone
associated with him poor.
Al Capone never spent months
of his time visiting Europe.
Al Capone bluffed his whole
life, but at least he didn't brag about it.
Judge Rutherford spent four months of every year visiting
Judge Rutherford bluffed his whole life and bragged about
Al Capone scorned and
disobeyed the Law of the Land.
No one dared to question the
orders of Al Capone.
Judge Rutherford scorned and disobeyed the Law of the Land.
No one dared to question the orders of Judge Rutherford.
Al Capone got syphilis
brought on by his sexual exploits.
Al Capone lost his sanity due to
Judge Rutherford got colon cancer brought on by his alcohol
Judge Rutherford lost his sanity without any outside help
Al Capone paid his dozens of
Al Capone did not hate and
vilify the government that gave and protected his freedoms.
Judge Rutherford didn't pay his tens of thousands of workers
Judge Rutherford spent his entire life hating and vilifying
the same government that gave and protected his freedoms.
Al Capone was a very wicked
man who never pretended to be otherwise.
Judge Rutherford was a very wicked man who claimed to be the
personal spokesman of God himself.
"And Jesus answered and said unto them,
Take heed that no man deceive you. " - Matthew 24:4
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