Archive for April, 2012

KUHNER: Obama’s disastrous war – Washington Times

April 22, 2012

Korea, Vietnam, Panama, Iraq, Egypt, Afghanistan, Libya…

Americans are getting fed up.

Co-worker has a son in Afghanistan, special forces, tells her this week coming will be one of the worst of the war (maybe he meant for him).

There’s only one candidate we can count on to stop this warrior madness. We all know it.


Chavez the narco-imperialist is quiet but freedom still under attack

April 22, 2012

The scourge of the wannabe narco-imperialist emperor who tried to subjugate Honduras under his thumb has been distracted. Such are those who abuse the poor of the world, because God fights for them even when they don’t understand how he works.

But the antichrists who are building up the world dictatorship infrastructure –make no mistake, Hugo Chavez is/was all about helping subjugate the world for them– have already picked up from here. With the help of President Lobo they are making Honduras into a hellhole of violence and narco-socialist demagoguery.

They are also acting out the prediction of the Venezuelan reporter who blew the whistle on the Chavista leftist plot to kill off the journalists and reporters that opposed them and opposed their Mafia sponsors, and then blame it all on the “derechistas”. That’s exactly what they’re doing.

Big money finances the socialists because George Soros and gang are determined to consolidate total power in their hegemony. The rich pay their lackeys like Chavez to complain about them to get action against the dissidents and quash economic base for any resistance.

Ron Paul, Evangelicals, Jerusalem, the American Embassy, and anti-Zionists

April 22, 2012
The Ron Paul blimp.

The Ron Paul blimp. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Jeremy Hammond laments what he calls a “change” in Ron Paul‘s position toward Israel, when he told some Christian leaders he could support a move of the American embassy to Jerusalem because that’s what Israel wants, pointing out that the U.S. would not like it if other nations suddenly declared they were moving their embassies to New York or somewhere else.

But that’s because he doesn’t understand Ron Paul and he doesn’t have a sufficiently “rational” or “objective” view about just one of the issues that relates to Israel. It looks like he just links up with anything that the Controlled Media tells him is “anti-Zionist” and doesn’t like anything else.

But he does temper the hit at the end with the recognition of his position on foreign aid.

Paul first made this position known Wednesday night, during a private meeting with evangelical leaders interested in helping the Texas Congressman reach out to the conservative Christian community.

According to a transcript of the meeting obtained by Business Insider, the leaders started off the meeting by asking Paul whether he would sign an Executive Order to move the U.S. Embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, a major policy objective for Israeli hardliners and many leaders in the Christian Right.

“The real issue here is not what America wants, but what does Israel want,” Paul told evangelical leaders, according to a transcript of the meeting obtained by Business Insider. “If Israel wants their capital to be Jerusalem, then the United States should honor that.” 

“How would we like it if some other nation said ‘We decided to recognize New York City as your capital instead, so we will build our embassy there?’” he added. 

Even Paul’s senior campaign aides were surprised by his response.

“We were floored,” senior advisor Doug Wead told Business Insider. “It sounds like pure Ron Paul, but it still caught us off guard…If someone would have asked him that in a national debate, I suppose it would have popped right out, but nobody did!”

Ron Paul’s position is PERFECTLY consistent with previous views NOT a change, Zionist anti-Paul propaganda notwithstanding. While what you are saying is true of the history of the ethnic cleansing that took place at the hand of the Irgun and the Stern Gang, the United States should not be telling the world what to do, but to recognize the de facto reality is another story. Should the United States move its embassy from Beijing to Taipei? Should it move its embassy

He was also recorded in an interview saying he thought the conditions in the Gaza Strip were comparable to those of a concentration camp, and he has been obviously rejected by most hard-line Zionists while some have become enthusiastic over his emphasis on letting Israel determine its own course, and ending the practice by American presidents of telling them what to do.

You expose the bankruptcy of your own grasp of the situation, so gullible, by appealing to one declaration after another of the United Nations, and not because they have denounced Israel, though some of those declarations equating Zionism with human rights abuses expose the hypocrisy of the nations that stone women for adultery (but not the men) and cut the hands of thieves and put Muslims who embrace Jesus Christ in prison.

The United Nations condemned Honduras for defending itself against a presidential auto-coup by one dictator Manuel Zelaya, who instead of dissolving Congress simply ignored them, and instead of dissolving the courts said he didn’t have to obey any “juecesitos” (“pipsqueak judges”), and took international money for the poor and paid off politicians to support his fraudulent “survey” that would presumably consolidate his coup or get the UN to back his reinstatement.

Hypocrite anti-Yankee Zelaya in fact demanded that the gringos put him back in power after his constitutional removal. Take the UN and stuff it. It’s the infrastructure they’re using to build up the government of the oncoming world dictatorship.

The guy has proven consistent, there’s no reason to doubt him this time, instead of knee jerk reaction you forget this is the guy who will cut off official aid to Israel along with cutting off aid to every other country, THANK GOD finally, freeing nations of the corruption of foreign aid. And you KNOW he will work to do what he says, as he has been all along.

Santorum Supporter switches to Ron Paul and tells why

April 22, 2012
Ron Paul supporters at a pre-debate rally in M...

Ron Paul supporters at a pre-debate rally in Manchester, New Hampshire on June 5, 2007. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

See what he has to say at the following link, it’s below his picture:—visits-ron-paul-rally-ft-worth-texas—shares-his-reaction/question-2587931/

Over the years I have been to more political rallies, events, forums,
roundtables, discussion groups, debates and whatever than I care to
remember. While a whole range of adjectives from boring to thrilling
could be used to describe these events, I have never before been moved
to use contradictory metaphors for the same event. Attending a Ron Paul
campaign rally is a singularly unique experience. I have never seen
anything like it before. Perhaps phenomenal is the word that comes
closest in accuracy, not in the ordinary “awesome” sense, but in the
other-worldly, spatiotemporal sense.


Healers and Prophets, Cayce and Branham, and Raised from the Dead

April 22, 2012

I caught this posting by wordpress blogger “knowthesphere”:

Intuition is a powerful tool. It comes as a force, forged in the pit of the heart. This is truly the soul speaking to us when we feel it. For those times when decisions seem so certain but yet so bizarre, it is intuition that calls on us to listen. The sphere of intuition is available for all to see and hear.

Throughout time, many have had what is referred to as psychic ability, clairvoyance or the ability to see the invisible. These souls displayed the innate ability to see beyond the physical construct of reality and into the realms less traveled by others. Such great seers like Edgar Cayce held thousands of readings, all considered to be highly accurate and shocking in their absolutely true revelation.

Though Mr. Cayce wasn’t 100% accurate, his accuracy remained high enough to be worth mention in hundreds of books. In trance, he would call forth an entity and read from the Akashic record; the Book of Life as more know it to be. From this cosmic annal, he would impart valuable and startlingly true information to a subject about past lives and current affairs. He could diagnose and cure health problems despite only having an elementary education. He was a truly remarkable man who thought little of himself and only sought to help others.

Things like the fact of fulfilled prophecies and extrapolations from high-school level science led me to explore the matter and eventually led me back to the Bible, where we find 100% accurate prophecies that either were fulfilled, are in the process in this generation, or describe still future events. I tell my story elsewhere in this blog. Most of the prophets in the Bible were corroborated by events in their own lifetime, meaning prophecies fulfilled in their own day.

I began looking at the Bible while I was still an atheist looking for hints on how to develop my “psychic” senses, but I eventually got a lot more understanding than I expected.

I’ve read that Edgar Cayce at the first credited God with his accurate predictions, and people who knew about him grew in number, but began misreading some of his visions and ideas after a visit by a couple of sophisticated New Age types. The healings are very real, the gifts and callings of God are without repentance even if you stop giving him credit, in large part because God, like Paul, would rather not turn the needy away “but rather let it be healed”.

William Branham is an example of accurate prophecies and real healings, shunned as he is by big denominations. One minister I knew once went to a meeting where a missionary from South Africa told of a visit by Branham there. People came for healing to the meetings and virtually all of them went home completely whole.

At this next link you can read about his prophecies uttered in 1933 that driverless cars were coming and that towards the last generation cars would start looking more egg-shaped.

I have very sharp differences with some of the doctrines he taught, but the importance of salvation and reality of the spiritual world, and his gift of healing, are very much corroborated, with many more than just the Biblical two or three witnesses.

The director of a local hospital during his visit asked him if he could do something for the people in his hospital, which was actually a center for terminal patients. Branham told him to bring them all to the next service.

The director had misgivings but figured they were terminal and it couldn’t hurt them worse, so in the came the next night. He went one by one, laid hands, and they all went home that day from the meeting, completely healed.

Here’s a link to a story about one of the meetings there and the healings:

There are other testimonies from elsewhere, like the founder of the missionary group I worked with, disheartened by the reactions of his flock and the staid traditional denomination he was associated with and the congregation he pastored, after they reacted to his bringing in Indians and Mexicans to his services.

Branham looked at him straight in the eye out of the audience and told him exactly what was happening to him and predicted his later ministry.

So of course the gifts of the spirit listed by Paul in I Corinthians 12 are still active today, although they are unfortunately very under-used because we are a faithless generation. But there are many who have gifts and have faith and you can see the video-recorded testimonies from Nigeria of the pastor’s wife who had the faith for it and saw her dead (and embalmed) husband restored to life.

Jesus said unto him, If thou canst believe, all things [are] possible to him that believeth. – Mark 9:23.

Faith cometh by hearing and hearing by the word of God. -Romans 10:17

Here is a youtube video with the testimony of the pastor in Nigeria who was raised from the dead after he was three days in the mortuary, even embalmed:

Jesus’ resurrection proved that his sacrifice on the cross was a victory over death and hell. Just believe on him he promised in John 3:16 for everlasting life.

Abortionists praying for more abortions: Echos of “Baby Ponds”

April 21, 2012

Found, surprise, at the Washington Post web site:

A prayer for abortion?

Pro-life advocates have long complained that Planned Parenthood, the country’s largest abortion provider, worships at the altar of abortion, but did you know that the abortion industry actually prays for abortion?

Perversely reminiscent of 40 day pro-life prayer vigils, Planned Parenthood in Humboldt County, Ca., is promoting it’s own “40 days of prayer,” March 18th through April 27th, for abortion. This is not their usually disguised promotion of abortion as “preventative care,” “family planning,” or “contraceptive services.” No, they throw those typical euphemisms out and directly pray for abortion.

It seems as though they feel confident enough now they can unveil the spiritual connection to pagan rituals of infant sacrifice, and to tell people of faith how to believe, bring them into lockstep conformity to how they are told to think by the self-appointed “Guardians of the Planet”, so they title it.

I’m not talking about the poor women who are exploited by these architects of depopulation, generally they know not what they do, and it’s very rare that the ones who’ve undergone such a thing, very rare they are proud of or brag about it.

At least even those who do it don’t talk about the ones they’ve done. Don’t let them tell you they’re afraid of fundamentalists, another lie, because if there were a Muslim fatwa issued on them they would certainly act differently, plus they know that in this country babies do not have realistic legal protection.

Baby ponds were the scourge in pagan China where “unwanted” babies were thrown to drown by mothers and others who didn’t want them. One report tells of a Christian missionary who attended an ecumenical conference in the first decade of the 20th century in Chicago, who literally begged the Christians to shun any statement of equivalence of religions.

Jesus Christ and his followers brought to the world  the idea of respect for the neighbor’s rights, because they considered it a duty to love others with the love that God had loved them and gave his only Son for them. They adopted the babies in Greece that were left on hillsides, they gathered under bridges to catch them as they were thrown down, and eventually mothers began leaving their babies at their doorsteps knowing they would have good lives.

Today, instead of promoting adoption for poor mothers’ babies, now they want to make it a “holy sacrament”, and it will be an “unholy sacrament”. By the way human sacrifice and child sacrifice is a blatant “sacrament” among Satanists, bluntly put.

Reminds me of an old lefist folk song I just heard earlier today, that the rich are eliminating poverty by killing the poor.

So they’re pulling off their masks and maybe they figure they have Christians sufficiently marginalized to be able to push the envelope even further.

But we will be okay, no matter what state we wind up in, because we have the very Creator of the Universe for us, and if God be for us, who can be against us? Abounding and abasing, David’s Mighty Men became the heroes of history.David was a protector of the poor:

And every one [that was] in distress, and every one that [was] in debt, and every one [that was] discontented, gathered themselves unto him; and he became a captain over them: and there were with him about four hundred men.

And remember, even though the Beast of the Mark will establish a world government, he will have his own world full of trouble himself, and the people that are preparing the world for him. There will be all kinds of anti-anti-christs, an apparently hostile army coming toward Jerusalem from the East, and he has a poor ending:

And he shall plant the tabernacles of his palace between the seas in the glorious holy mountain; yet he shall come to his end, and none shall help him. – Dan 11:45

Also remember that where sin doth abound, there grace doth much more abound, and God will abundantly pardon:

Come now, and let us reason together, saith the LORD: though your sins be as scarlet, they shall be as white as snow; though they be red like crimson, they shall be as wool.



Why the Big Government Control operators love unions

April 20, 2012

It all has to do with cultivating a loyal following with the gullible but useful, and training them to do what you tell them to. At first, by supporting unions and restricting say government contracts to companies with labor agreements that require union members and dues payments from all its workers, they get them used to going along and getting them to think the union is good because it’s good for them. Classic Pavlov training by association.

Big-government control freaks love Big Labor unions because they have made it almost a science to get the grunt worker to line up and march in unison when they say boo, on the promise of getting more goodies and benefits for them.

They used them to take over Russia in 1917, after they overthrew the republican government of Kerensky. Most people don’t remember what the “soviets” were, “elected” workers’ councils that began forming in all the different factories and productive establishments. These councils were “elected” but somehow the “elected” seemed to always turn out to be the Bolsheviks.

Some of their own members turned traitors against the tyranny of it, and of course those were the earliest victims of the purges, just like “liberals” are going to be pushed out once the gang consolidates power and control. Or they just let them hang around and look the fools, who don’t have any real power.

Like Comandante Zero, hero of the Sandinistas, who has not learned his lesson and still mouths leftist echos like against Honduras‘ little pushback for freedom against the global government they’re forcing at us.

These mandates that insist on throwing federal money (fiat monopoly money) at the unions in every way possible and loudly backing them in disputes like Boeing’s South Carolina plant, those mandates are the carrot to lure them into the trap.

After the “workers’ soviets” handed the factories and all the means of production over to the Bolshevik gang, the workers themselves became serfs on their own land and in their own jobs. The power they thought they took from the bosses and the rich became the power of the new socialist overlords, demanding fealty so penalty of death.

Meet the new boss, same as the old boss.

The pigs got rid of the farmers with the help of the less belligerent species in Huxley’s  “Animal Farm“, but then turned around and became worse than the farmer boss.

So it is with giving up control to the ungodly.

John Kerry channels Joe McCarthy stereotype, but there are signs of hope for freedom’s message

April 18, 2012

Joe McCarthy went along with the real fear of Americans that Communists, enemies of the Constitution, enemies of freedom, would of course want to infiltrate the State Department and other organs of government. I mean, how dare he think the Soviet Union would want to put spies in our government?

While those warnings have proved to be oh-so-true, now here comes Kerry and blows the whistle on why these central-planning advocate politicians want to impose a government-enforced “fairness” doctrine, or “equal time” doctrine, for media (hint: it has nothing at all to do with fairness or balance):

He says the media should suppress ideas that “everybody” knows are not true. What’s next? Maybe Kerry will next introduce a bill creating a new “Ministry of Truth” like the one in Orwell’s nightmarish totalitarian world of his novel “1984”.

Are students still reading that book? They should be. I don’t know if George Orwell remained a socialist after writing it, maybe he thought he was warning against the “worst ones” like Stalin, but even if so it still stands as a monumental warning and testament against socialism altogether, and against all socialistic policies, all policies that give any government more power.

Fascism = Naziism = Socialism = National Socialism = International Socialism.

It’s a testimony against the gullible for ignorance that Kerry’s own supporters did not recoil aghast at this blatant criticism against the natural right of free speech recognized in the First Amendment of the United States Constitution.

But there is hope waiting in the sidelines. I think the infrastructure is pretty much in place to finish off illusions of freedom in the USA and the last superficial respect for it, at best to throw an unmitigated economic disaster our way if they don’t get their way, but there are a couple of things that are positive developments in our time.

One, lots of people are waking up to what is going on, people of all backgrounds. Most of them are figuratively gathering around Ron Paul as a focal point for the new awareness and new appreciation for freedom from central-planning mandates. No matter whether the mandates are political or economic, they are encroachments on our natural rights. Not all are lined up with all of Ron Paul’s ideas, but even some of those are starting to realize he represents the best ideas for saving what’s left of respect for freedom.

Two, even the youth and the left gullible are listening to the libertarian message with its walking example of an honest champion in Ron Paul. The idea is intoxicating of a politician who is in it to give more power to the people instead of themselves, instead of saying they need more power to “solve problems” (wink wink). Instead we have someone who has consistently voted against his own material interests saying the “political class”should give up power back to the people, to the individual, in order to let them solve problems much better.

Three, Ron Paul providing a focal point for this new movement, this honest intellectual revolution, is an example of the application of true Christian principles to federal governance. This is helping Christians break free of the straitjacket of what they are told to think by their own brand of Pharisees who beat the drums for a Constantine government instead of for the freedom to “make disciples of all nations”. Making disciples requires interacting with individuals with love, and sharing the gospel with them instead of invading their countries to “make” them into “democracies”.

The founders who articulated well-established principles of government into the Constitution and the Christian leaders, the devout Bible-believing Christians who forced the Bill of Rights into the constitutional package from the beginning, they said it themselves.

The same Christian politicians and writers who today invoke them for their own kind of “moral central planning” refer to quotes by them to prove they were believers,  which for the most part they were, saying that this constitution or the republican form of government works only for a moral and religious people.

If a people or a culture doesn’t have a foundation of respect for your neighbor, meaning the real-life application of the Golden Rule, then any republic or “democracy” you set up will tend to be a sham.

The United States has a strong tradition since its inception of respect for the individual and for personal responsibility, coupled with another strong tradition of private charity.

These are the kinds of ideas that are bringing Christians away from demands for more Pharisee government into a philosophy that emulates more individualism as Jesus thought of it, whose kingdom is not of this world. His kingdom is in the hearts of men, not in the rule of men.

Well I went into some parenthetical related thoughts but the point is that Christians are learning to come to respect the limits of government and that you cannot just put a just man, or men, in power to issue commands that all subjects act in moral righteousness, it simply will not work and it will corrupt the idea  with man’s corruption, and you can prove it by simply looking at what secular power did to the Church throughout history, with Catholics and Protestants alike.

In some cases, you can see God‘s hand in history. It’s not that any leader was perfect by any means, but just as Nebuchadnezzar was “my [God’s] servant”, God will use certain leaders sometimes to help move the world to one in which there is more peace. Sometimes it’s directly, sometimes indirectly, but eventually Christians have the end of the story in the Bible.

The fourth point to this list is that Ron Paul, the faithful Christian who says he looks to his Christian faith in everything he does, and proves it because his walk has matched his talk, is providing a testimony against the militant atheist proselytizers who say Christianity is intrinsically abusive (because they do not understand what they’re talking about).

He is providing no end of confusion for some militant “Ayn Rand” followers, who claimed that Christianity was inherently dictatorial and anti-freedom.

It’s like I’ve shared with some Ron Paul supporters, “gay” and atheists, we would rather be able to remove the distraction of central government mandates in order to love them into the kingdom. A forced conversion to morality is no conversion at all, and it’s better they decide to do what’s right for themselves and others, rather than telling them to and expecting them to just obey.

2013: Taxmageddon: Tax hikes = hardest on middle class and low income households

April 17, 2012

Obama lied, we all got fried.

Quiz at ten. The average household will see a tax hike of how much?

Gary B. Smith: I think in 2013 we’re all going to have to move to the Cayman Islands. It’s going to be a lot better there than it is here. The Heritage Foundation called 2013 “taxmageddon.” Here’s why: the average household in the United States is going to see tax increases of $3,800. That comes from the expiration of the Bush One and Two tax cuts, the expiration of the payroll tax cuts, Obamacare increases and the Buffett tax that Obama is talking about. The worst part is the primary focus of these taxes is going to be the middle and low income households because that’s where the bulk of the Bush tax cuts went to. 2013 is not going to be a very good year for anyone or the economy.

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They put this off to 2013. With that hitting us then, along with hundreds of new regulations they put off (can’t damage an election now so they can pull this stuff off later), and then in 2014 the hit coming due on the national medical industry, we’ll be starving and then watch the people who did this to us come wanting to “save” us.

Yeah, government and legislation, right.

What we really need is more respect for the Constitution and our natural rights

April 17, 2012

Online protests to controversial CISPA bill begin, amid changes | Fox News:

Very funny, but it seems like anything is “likely to lead to expansion of the government”:

“CISPA is likely to lead to expansion of the government’s role in the monitoring of private communications,” warned the Center for Democracy and Technology, and “is likely to shift control of government cybersecurity efforts from civilian agencies to the military.”

The Electronic Freedom Foundation and Reporters Without Borders agree, the later noting that this bill sacrifices freedom of expression and the protection of online privacy “in the interests of national security or copyright.”

CISPA is sponsored by Rep. Mike Rogers, R-Mich.., and Rep. C.A. Ruppersberger, D-Md. They claim it’s meant to prohibit Washington from forcing private companies to hand over information and to help American businesses protect their computer networks and intellectual property from cyber attacks.

And unlike the widely maligned SOPA legislation — a bill meant to stop online privacy that led many sites to threaten Internet blackouts in protest — CISPA has many backers, including Microsoft and Facebook.

“HR 3523 would impose no new obligations on us to share data with anyone,” wrote Joel Kaplan, vice president-U.S. Public Policy for Facebook. “And it ensures that if we do share data about specific cyber threats, we are able to continue to safeguard our users’ private information, just as we do today.”

The Electronic Freedom Foundation begs to differ.

“Kaplan assured users that Facebook has ‘no intention’ of sharing private user data with the government,” wrote Rainey Reitman, activism director with the not-for-profit watchdog group.

“But let’s be clear: Internet users don’t want promises from companies … we want strong laws that make such egregious privacy violations illegal.”