Thursday, April 28, 2016

The Message –– A New Age Bible Version ––


“And if any man shall take away from the words of the book of this prophecy, God shall take away his part out of the book of life, and out of the holy city, and from the things which are written in this book.”
(Revelation 22:19 KJV)

The New Age movement’s expressed goal of infiltrating the evangelical church and gradually changing the Bible to conform to it’s One World Religion is evident in the current new age bible versions. Their words and doctrines prepare the apostate church of these last days to accept the Antichrist, his mark, image, and religion – Lucifer worship. The emerging 'new' Christianity – with its substitution of riches for righteousness, a crown for a cross, and an imitation for a new creation – is shown to be a direct result of the wording in new versions. The Greek manuscripts, critical editions, lexicons and dictionaries behind the new versions are occult in origin, content, and yet unreleased material -- a blueprint for the Antichrist's One World Religion and government. The following examples of this New Age Religion in the ‘The Message’ are only a few of the many contained therein:

John 16:16

King James Version: “A little while, and ye shall not see me: and again, a little while, and ye shall see me,because I go to the Father.”

The Message: “In a day or so you're not going to see me, but then in another day or so you will see me.”

Ephesians 3:9

King James Version: “And to make all men see what is the fellowship of the mystery, which from the beginning of the world hath been hid in God, who created all things by Jesus Christ:”

The Message: “My task is to bring out in the open and make plain what God, who created all this in the first place, has been doing in secret and behind the scenes all along.”

1 John 5:6-8

King James Version: “This is he that came by water and blood, even Jesus Christ; not by water only, but by water and blood. And it is the Spirit that beareth witness, because the Spirit is truth. For there are three that bear record in heaven, the Father, the Word, and the Holy Ghost: and these three are one. And there are three that bear witness in earth, the Spirit, and the water, and the blood: and these three agree in one.”

The Message
 “Jesus--the Divine Christ! He experienced a life-giving birth and a death-killing death. Not only birth from the womb, but baptismal birth of his ministry and sacrificial death. And all the while the Spirit is confirming the truth, the reality of God's presence at Jesus' baptism and crucifixion, bringing those occasions alive for us. A triple testimony: the Spirit, the Baptism, the Crucifixion. And the three in perfect agreement.”



Wednesday, April 27, 2016

California Signs Law Allowing Illegals To Vote

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The California “Motor Voter” Law Will Allow Illegal Aliens To Vote

A California state bill was just signed in to law by Gov. Jerry Brown, that will register and allow illegal aliens to vote in US Elections. The New Motor Voter Act (A.B.1461) that is now law in California, automatically registers residents of California to vote at the DMV. According to the law and a report by the Washington Times, “The New Motor Voter Act automatically registers to vote all eligible voters when they obtain or renew their drivers licenses at the Department of Motor Vehicles instead of requiring them to fill out a form.”

“The goal is to ease barriers to voting, but election-integrity advocates warn that the measure could inadvertently add millions of illegal voters to the rolls given that California allows undocumented aliens to obtain drivers licenses.” California state officials are praising the law and Alex Padilla, California’s Secretary of State says, “Citizens should not be required to opt in to their fundamental right to vote. We do not have to opt in to other rights, such as free speech or due process. The right to vote should be no different.” State Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez from San Diego said, “This bill will lead to millions more registered California voters, which means more people we can talk to.”

Illegal Immigrants line up at California DMV offices to register to vote

The RAW Scoop is this. Critics of the law have called it for what it really is. Absolute and complete voter fraud and corruption on a grand scale. Stephen Frank from California Political Review issued a statement saying, “A.B. 1461 assures corruption of our elections. Our elections will look like those of Mexico and other corrupt nations and honest people will stop voting, since illegals will out vote them.” Linda Paine of the Elections Integrity Project says, “Citizens must oppose this treasonous attempt to turn California into a form of government that gives control to non-citizens.”

As you may have read, we broke a story back in August on voter fraud that the mainstream media has refused to cover. You can see it HERE Our election process is corrupt enough in the United States without the need for “Legislated Corruption” that California just implemented. In a state that controls 55 Electoral College votes and is loaded with Illegal Aliens and Sanctuary Cities, it is highly unlikely that California will ever be “Red” again. What this law will do, is guarantee millions of illegal popular votes, completely skewing the results in to the Democratic column forever. It will also be the start of many other “Blue” states moving towards a similar law. We need to make it known that this hostile takeover by Illegal Immigrants cannot be allowed to continue. I am sick of the “rights” argument. If you are here illegally, you have no rights. Including the right to vote. This law is scandalous and shameful to say the least…
UPDATE: Since we are getting hammered with questions of truth and credibility, here is the law in it’s text that you can read for yourself. California Law AB-1461


Should your boss know that you keep the Sabbath?

By Kelsey Dallas, Deseret News National Edition

Published: Wed, April 27, 2016, 5:00 a.m. MDT

More than half of Americans believe employers should accommodate workers who want to keep a Sabbath.(Logan Bannatyne, LoloStock - Fotolia)

Even in the midst of her day of rest, Judith Shulevitz is reminded of the work she's left undone.

"I always have a stack of books I should have read by Sunday, when I start reporting again," she said, noting that she also sees text and email notifications on her phone.

Shulevitz, a contributing op-ed writer for The New York Times and author of "The Sabbath World: Glimpses of a Different Order of Time," tries to set aside Saturday as a special time to reconnect with her husband, kids and Jewish faith. But life — and the expectations facing modern workers — often gets in the way.

Sabbath observers who work somewhere that doesn't close down on the weekend, such as a restaurant, hotel, hospital or factory, have always risked having to work on their holy day of rest. Increasingly, white-collar workers are facing similar challenges, as technological advancements like smartphones keep people connected to their employer 24/7.

More than half of Americans (54 percent) agree that "public and private organizations should try to accommodate individuals who want to observe a day of rest according to their personal religious traditions, even when it is inconvenient," according to a new Deseret News survey on Sabbath observance. But does this process become more challenging in a digital age?

"In a work environment that is Monday to Friday, you can't say for sure that it's going to be easier" to balance work demands with Sabbath-related goals, said Mark Fowler, deputy chief executive officer of Tanenbaum, a nonprofit organization that works to improve interfaith relations in workplaces, schools and other settings. "People may be officially scheduled from nine to five, but when you're working at, for example, a law firm or an accounting firm leading up to tax day, any number of concerns may come up" over the weekend.


Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 gives employees the right to ask for schedule adjustments in order to practice their religion. However, it also gives employers the right to refuse these requests if "to do so would cause undue hardship on the company," Fowler said.

Conflicts between work responsibilities and Sabbath observance loomed large in a 2013 Tanenbaum survey on American workers and religion. Among workers who experienced or witnessed religious non-accommodation in their workplaces, nearly one-in-four (24 percent) said they had seen someone forced to work on the Sabbath or a religious holiday, making it the most common form of religious non-accommodation.

Sabbath-related work requests are best handled on a case-by-case basis, Fowler said, noting that the process is an exploration of what's possible. Someone who works at a factory that operates seven days a week may have a harder time getting a Sabbath exemption than, for example, a Christian lawyer who wants to be excused from overtime work on Sunday.

"The employee can make a request and the employer, looking at the reality of the amount of work, schedule challenges and who can step-in (for that employee), can counter offer," Fowler said. Compromise is key.

The accommodation process addresses major conflicts between office life and the Sabbath, but sometimes more subtle challenges slip through the cracks, as Shulevitz's experience illustrates.

In an age of smartphones and social media, workers are expected to be plugged in all the time. It's rare to ignore a text or an email for more than a day.

"My husband is the one who most enjoys shutting off our phones and computers, unless he's under an intense deadline," Shulevitz said.

The right to rest

Modern roadblocks to Sabbath observance, such as an overflowing inbox, interfere with the holy day's long history of ensuring everyone the time to step away from workplace challenges, as Shulevitz noted in a 2003 piece for The New York Times.

"The Israelites' Sabbath institutionalized an astonishing, hitherto undreamed-of notion: that every single creature has the right to rest," she wrote.

Early Americans took this right seriously and established blue laws, which are named after the blue paper they were originally printed on. These mandates limited Sunday activities, controlling when alcohol could be sold, when businesses could open and even when people could play the fiddle, said David Hudson, an adjunct professor of law at Vanderbilt University and the ombudsman of the First Amendment Center.

Legal challenges to blue laws have criticized their Christian origin, arguing that a country that promises not to preference one faith over another should purge them from the books, he noted. But the Supreme Court defended them in 1961, ruling that these laws have become a valuable tool to guarantee access to rest.

"The present purpose and effect of most of them is to provide a uniform day of rest for all citizens; the fact that this day is Sunday, a day of particular significance for the dominant Christian sects, does not bar the State from achieving its secular goals," wrote Justice Earl Warren in the majority opinion for McGowan v. Maryland.

More than six-in-10 U.S. adults (62 percent) agree that "it is important for society to have a day of the week set aside for spiritual rest," according to the Deseret News survey, which was designed by Y2 Analytics and fielded by YouGov and among 1,000 American adults.

The poll also found that young people are especially open to accommodations for those who wish to keep a Sabbath. Fifty-nine percent of millennials agreed with the idea and just 17 percent disagreed, compared with 29 percent who disagreed among the silent generation.

However, declining church membership and a growing sense that blue laws are outdated has led many of them to be purged from the books in the last few decades, Hudson said.

"I don't even know the current extent. A lot of them are city or county laws," he said.

Setting boundaries

When public interest in a day of rest declines, it becomes harder for Sabbath observers to spend the day as they'd like. Bosses, colleagues and friends expect you to be checking your email and responding to texts, and they may not understand the religious significance of your effort to be off the grid, Shulevitz said.

"There are cultural assumptions we make" about availability, she said. "I get a lot of emails from people that I don't respond to until Monday."

People who observe the Sabbath should meet with their bosses to discuss what the holy day entails, Fowler said. Otherwise, co-workers' confusion about unfamiliar religious practices could lead to tension.

"Someone may know that an observant Jewish employee leaves early on Friday, but they don't know why," he said. "This leads to misunderstandings between colleagues. It appears like Jewish employees are getting special treatment, when, in actuality, the employer is trying to accommodate their needs in the same way that they try to accommodate a parent that wants to be at his child's soccer game."

When your boundaries are clear and you've worked with your boss to ensure that everything will be covered in your technological absence, you can focus on shutting down the modern instinct to always be connected, Shulevitz said.

It's hard to banish thoughts of deadlines and writing projects from her mind during the Sabbath, but by the time she's curled up reading a fiction book on Saturday afternoon, it's equally difficult to imagine reclaiming the productive spirit that dominates other days of the week.

"When Saturday night comes, I have to beat myself up to get back to work," Shulevitz said.

Email:, Twitter: @kelsey_dallas


And on the seventh day Americans rested – but pass on religion, poll finds


Although 63% of respondents say they use it as a day of relaxation only half of Americans say religious significance of Sabbath is personally important to them

Only 27% of Americans attend weekly religious services, according to the poll. Photograph: Kumar Sriskandan / Alamy/Alamy

Harriet Sherwood, religion correspondent


Wednesday 27 April 2016 08.38 EDT

The proportion of Americans who say a religious day of rest is personally important to them has dropped to 50%, reflecting growing secularism over recent decades, according to a new poll.

A similar question asked in a 1978 survey showed 74% of respondents saying the Sabbath had personal religious significance.

The new poll also showed a big fall in those saying they attended weekly religious services, from 55% in 1978 to 27% now. Jews were least likely to attend services and Mormons were most likely.

The survey was carried out by YouGov on behalf of the Deseret News, a “family-oriented” news site based in Salt Lake City. It questioned 1,691 Americans across religious, racial, gender and age groups.

The poll found that more than six in 10 Americans agreed that it was important for society to have a day of the week set aside for spiritual rest. YouGov adjusted the day depending on the respondent’s religious affiliation: Sunday for Christians, Saturday for Jews and Friday for Muslims.

Young Americans – the so-called millennial generation – are the least likely to consider the Sabbath to have religious or spiritual meaning: 41% of those born in the run-up to the millennium said it was personally significant, compared to 58% of those born before 1945.

Religious children are meaner than their secular counterparts, study finds

Mormons, black Protestants and evangelical Protestants were most likely to agree on the importance of the Sabbath, and Jews and the religiously unaffiliated least likely. The views of Muslims, who make up about 1% of the US population, were not recorded.

Respondents who said they worked in a full- or part-time job on the Sabbath totalled 13%, although the figure rose to 18% for millennials. Almost one in five people said they went shopping, and 23% took part in sports or outdoor activities. For 63%, the Sabbath was a day of rest and relaxation.

Mormons were more likely than any other to attend religious services, with 69% saying they went to church. Just over half of people identifying as black Protestants went to church, and only 5% of Jews said they attended synagogue on the Sabbath. The national average for attending weekly religious services was 27%, according to the poll.

More than half the respondents (55%) agreed that public and private organisations should accommodate people who wish to observe the Sabbath even if it inconvenienced the organisation.

The overall picture reflects a decline in religious activity and belief among the American population. Last year, the highly respected Pew Forum published data showing that almost 23% of Americans defined themselves as religiously unaffiliated, up from 16.1% in 2007.

About 70% said they were Christian. But Pew also reported that only 30% of Christians have “high” involvement in their congregations, including attending religious services at least weekly.


The company now presented the appearance of a Catholic procession

That night I dreamed that I was in Battle Creek looking out from the side glass at the door and saw a company marching up to the house, two and two. They looked stern and determined. I knew them well and turned to open the parlor door to receive them, but thought I would look again. The scene was changed. The company now presented the appearance of a Catholic procession. One bore in his hand a cross, another a reed. And as they approached, the one carrying a reed made a circle around the house, saying three times: “This house is proscribed. The goods must be confiscated. They have spoken against our holy order.” Terror seized me, and I ran through the house, out of the north door, and found myself in the midst of a company, some of whom I knew, but I dared not speak a word to them for fear of being betrayed. I tried to seek a retired spot where I might weep and pray without meeting eager, inquisitive eyes wherever I turned. I repeated frequently: “If I could only understand this! If they will tell me what I have said or what I have done!”

I wept and prayed much as I saw our goods confiscated. I tried to read sympathy or pity for me in the looks of those around me, and marked the countenances of several whom I thought would speak to me and comfort me if they did not fear that they would be observed by others. I made one attempt to escape from the crowd, but seeing that I was watched, I concealed my intentions. I commenced weeping aloud, and saying: “If they would only tell me what I have done or what I have said!” My husband, who was sleeping in a bed in the same room, heard me weeping aloud and awoke me. My pillow was wet with tears, and a sad depression of spirits was upon me.

Testimonies for the church, Vol. 1, p. 578.

Tuesday, April 26, 2016

The Ultimate Agenda Revealed ~ Bible Signs of the END ! (10)

Published on Apr 25, 2016


A 10-part series by Bruce Telfer, showing how Bible prophecy is being fulfilled in our time.

+ Why is the world preparing for WW3 ?
+ What is the big secret about the US dollar, oil and the Middle East that no one is allowed to talk about ?
+ Why are the world's wealthy people fleeing to isolated places like New Zealand ?

These are just some of the many issues dealt with in this DVD series.
Presented in the light of Bible Prophecy - learn what the future holds for the world and you !

Episode 1 - Yes it really is an Empire ! – (48 mins)
Episode 2 – The Imperial Agenda and the Oil Solution - (31 mins)
Episode 3 –The Imperial Agenda and Iran/Iraq – (26 mins)
Episode 4 – The Imperial Agenda and the Petro-Dollar – (47 mins)
Episode 5 – The Prophetic Perspective – (26 mins)
Episode 6 – Identifying the Little Horn – (36 mins)
Episode 7 – The Little Horn and the Present – (38 mins)
Episode 8 – The Little Horn and the Empire – (34 mins)
Episode 9 – Pushing the World towards WW3 – (43 mins)
Episode 10 – The Ultimate Agenda revealed - (65 mins)

New Start New Zealand


Monday, April 25, 2016

Director of National Intel Clapper: ISIS, Al-Qaida Could Strike Before US Election

BREAKING National Security Adviser Releases Warning to All Baby Boomers

(Getty Images)
By John Gizzi
Monday, 25 Apr 2016 1:56 PM

Terror groups like ISIS or al-Qaida could launch strikes within the U.S. to affect the presidential election this November, Director of National Intelligence James Clapper told Newsmax Monday morning.

Clapper, the top official in the U.S. intelligence community, would not say whether the terrorist groups preferred or opposed any particular candidate.

But, in an obvious reference to the Republican front-runner Donald Trump, he said he was struck by "how simple things are on the campaign trail and how those same issues are very hard in the confines of the [White House] Situation Room."

At a Washington, D.C., press breakfast hosted by the Christian Science Monitor, Newsmax asked Clapper if he felt ISIS or al-Qaida was targeting the U.S. before the election with the possibility of influencing the outcome.

"Whether or not they might do something that might have a bearing on the election, well, they could — particularly if they do something in this country," he replied.

"It would probably have some impact. It's kind of an imponderable but it could certainly influence how people vote in this election."

As to whether the terrorist groups might prefer Trump to help rally jihadists, Clapper said: “I cannot point to any evidence that would indicate a preference on the part of ISIS as to who is elected in our presidential election.”

Clapper said he was concerned about some of the rhetoric in this year's presidential campaign, however.

"Certainly you worry about rhetoric on the campaign trail," he said. "I think the history has been that once a president is inaugurated and is in office and realizes the burden and the responsibilities of the position, I think that has a tempering effect on anyone. I think it will here regardless of who’s elected."



A Conversation with a Flat-Earther

The Flat Earth model of the world.

Brother J, do you believe the earth is flat? Some of my friends do. What is your view on it?

Yes I think it’s flat

May I ask why you think so?

Mathematically, scientifically, conspiratorially, and biblically. You can pick any one lol

I was raised in the Midwest USA. Please explain why I cannot see the Rocky Mountains with a telescope from a harvested cornfield in the fall.

Because there is still height and depth to the earth.

Yes, there is indeed height and depth. The Rocky Mountains are higher than northern Illinois where I was raised. Why do I not see anything higher than a mole hill from a harvested cornfield? I saw mountains to both east and west from Sacramento California when I was stationed there while serving in the USAF.

YouTube the Bedford level experiment

Giving me a YouTube is not a valid answer IMO. Unless you can explain to me in your own words the answer to my question, it means to me you are not really sure. We are not talking rocket science. We are talking about science an amateur with an elementary school education can validate.

Actually it’s best explained by a demonstration but fair enough. It’s the fact that you can’t look beyond your vantage point. You can’t keep scrolling through a telescope to nothing.

Vantage point means the horizon, correct?


If the earth is flat, the distance to the horizon would be infinity, correct?

Where do u get that idea


So your saying because your not high enough to see the other side your vantage point is infinite? Dude it’s like that on a ball also lol

Yep, that’s correct.

Okay. So when you go up in space, you can see distant galaxies from your vantage point

You don’t need to go up in space to see distant galaxies. You can see them from earth.

Oh? Your positive that’s what you see
Have you read the book of Enoch
Actually Deuteronomy
Your looking at the host of heaven

Right about Deuteronomy.

Do you know how many Jesuits proposed the earth was a ball?

I reject the book of Enoch as God’s Word. And just because Jesuits said the earth is a ball doesn’t make it false. Is EVERYTHING Satan says a lie? Read the first couple chapters of the book of Job. He does say truth from time to time.

Where’s the curvature of the earth
Even yet, where is the scripture that points to the earth being a ball or spinning
So why does the Bible say 3 times the earth doest move? Why did Joshua command the sun to stop spinning and not the earth?

Genesis 1:1-5 In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.
And the earth was without form, and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters.
And God said, Let there be light: and there was light.
And God saw the light, that it was good: and God divided the light from the darkness.
And God called the light Day, and the darkness he called Night. And the evening and the morning were the first day.

The way I see it is God, “in the beginning” not only created matter and light on the first day, He created time as well. Is 24 hours dependent on the existence of the sun to be 24 hours? Or is 24 hours dependent on one rotation of the earth? According to my understanding of time and physics, the latter is true. Therefore even without a sun there were 24 hour days because of the rotation of the earth!

Genesis 1:4 And God saw the light, that it was good: and God divided the light from the darkness.

Suddenly verse 4 makes more sense to me than ever! If the sun didn’t exist till day 4, how could God divide the light from the darkness? Answer: God Himself was the light source over a rotating earth!

God can override His Laws of physics when He wants to.

That makes no sense. He created light. It says nothing about rotating. Your adding to what it says.
What is one day?
God was the light source. Not a rotating earth.
24 hours
Day is light dude. Jesus says it’s 12 hours
Night is night.
Answer why did Joshua command the sun to stop moving?

Church Militant claims God gave his mother cancer so that he would stop being gay

25 APR 2016 AT 15:52 ET

The Church Militant has posted a new video in which he thanks God for giving his mother stomach cancer and dying so that he would be brought back to the Catholic Church. Michael Voris, president and founder of St. Michael’s Media and producer of the website Church Militant, took to YouTube to reveal details of the sinful life he lived prior to his “reversion” to Catholicism.
He was posting the video now, he said, because there were forces seeking to “publicly discredit me, the apostalate, and my work here.” He says that he had always publicly spoken of his life prior to his reversion as a time in which he was living in “mortal sin.” He just hadn’t thought that “a full public confession of details was necessary.”

Voris is not outing himself as a gay man. He denies being gay. He does say, however, that “..most of my thirties, confused about my own sexuality, I lived a life of live-in relationships with homosexual men.” And he is aware of how that looks. “From the oustide, I lived the lifestyle and contributed to the scandal in addition to the sexual sins. On the inside, I was deeply conflicted about all of it.” He says that in his twenties, he slept with both men and women.
He now abhors all of that behavior, which he says was about “seeking solace in lust and surrendering my masculinity.” While Voris seems confused about the relationship between sexuality and gender, he is positive that it was his mother who became the instrument of God’s grace.
“As a last resort, she prayed to be given whatever suffering so that I would be granted sufficient grace to revert.” And, shortly after her prayers, she received an early diagnosis of stomach cancer, which killed her a few years later. It was while watching his mother suffer through her last year of life that Voris began to change his life, but it was her death that made the miracle happen.
“I pledged at her coffin that I would change. I said, ‘Mom, what you went through for me, you will not have gone through in vain.’ I returned fully and completely to the faith.” Two years later, he says, he founded the apostolate that he is now trying to save.
Voris has more to say, however, about how wonderful it was that his mother got cancer. “I was thrilled, over the top with gratitude, with what God had done for me through my mom and her suffering.”
How evil was Voris prior to his mother’s death? He explains a couple of times that things were so bad that if he had been killed in a car accident at the time of his co-habiting with homosexual men that he would have been damned. In fact, he “shudders” every time he thinks about just how bad he used to be.


Posted April 24, 2016 - 10:23am

Updated April 24, 2016 - 10:36am

Marine Michael Seabold surveys for radioactive material near a "victim" inside a bus at the Counter-Terrorism Operations Support training facility at the Nevada National Security Site on Wednesday, April 20, 2016. (David Becker/Las Vegas Review-Journal) Follow @davidjaybecker image


MERCURY — In today’s world it could be called the University for Dirty Bomb Studies.

Founded in 1998, it was a niche at what was then the Nevada Test Site for emergency responders to learn how to deal with disasters caused by weapons of mass destruction.

Since then, about 180,000 firefighters, police officers, public safety officials and hazardous materials technicians from all corners of the United States have completed courses that teach them how to detect, prevent and react to an unthinkable act involving radioactive or hazardous materials to harm civilian populations.

In a few months this Center for Radiological/Nuclear Training will enter a new, international dimension as police officers from eastern Europe and elsewhere outside the U.S. descend on a one-of-a-kind training facility in Area 1 at the Nevada National Security Site, 85 miles northwest of Las Vegas.

Known as “T-1,” the site is unique because it was ground zero for the Apple-2 nuclear test, a large-scale civil defense experiment in 1955 that used an atomic bomb placed on a tower to blow up buildings and structures in “Survival Town.” The blast delivered an explosive yield equivalent to 29,000 tons of TNT, or 8,000 more than the nuclear blast at Nagasaki, Japan, in 1945, the second and last time a nuclear weapon was used in combat.

April Calamities, Signing Climate Change Agreement, Earth Day, Eucharistic Miracles, All Lead To NSL

Published on Apr 24, 2016

Subjects Addressed: (1) “Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord from henceforth: Yea, saith the Spirit, that they may rest from their labors; and their works do follow them." Revelation 14:13.
(2) The two-fold atonement: The atonement at the Altar of Sacrifice and the atonement in the Most Holy Place. (19:45)
(3) “Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord from henceforth…” During the mark of the beast crisis, Revelation 14:13 is applicable. (30:57)
(4) The calamities in the month of April are being used to push forward the agenda to combat climate change. (33:11)
(5) The historic Climate Change Agreement was officially signed on April 22, 2016 on Earth Day. (36:10)
(6) The Climate Change Agreement has the fingerprints of Jesuits all over it. (37:03)
(7) Why was the Climate Change Agreement signed by the nations on Earth Day, April 22, 2016? (40:10)
(8) As Emperor Constantine combined paganism with Christianity to combat the crises in the empire, so leaders of nations will unite paganism with Christianity in the attempt to solve global challenges. (45:18)
(9) U.S. Attorney General, Loretta Lynch, 16 State Attorney Generals, and Bill Nye have declared that climate change deniers should be prosecuted. (50:45)
(10) Pope Francis involved with new Eucharistic miracles, the “bleeding Host”. (52:38)
(11) “Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord from henceforth…” Some of God’s people will be martyred during the mark of the beast crisis. (56:48)
(12) The Lord will put many adults and children to sleep who would not be able to endure the time of trouble. (1:01:56)
(13) “Yea, saith the Spirit, that they may rest from their labors…” There is blessing for those who honor the seventh-day Sabbath. (1:14:54)


Sunday, April 24, 2016

1 dead, 1 'cooperating' after shooting death in church

April 24, 2016

NORTH WALES, Pa. (AP) — Authorities say a dispute between two members of a suburban Philadelphia church during a Sunday worship service ended with one person shooting and killing the other.

Montgomery County District Attorney Kevin Steele said the disagreement escalated from an 11 a.m. "disturbance" at Keystone Fellowship Church in North Wales. Authorities didn't say what the disturbance was or describe the crux of the disagreement at the evangelical church.

Police were called and found Robert Braxton, 27, of Montgomeryville, with a gunshot wound to the chest. He was rushed to Abington Lansdale Hospital, where he was pronounced dead shortly after noon. An autopsy was scheduled for Monday.

Steele said the other man involved, who was treated at a hospital and released, was cooperating with police but was not in custody as investigators determine whether charges are warranted.

"We're going to have to determine whether the shooting was justified under the law," he said.

The man had a concealed carry permit for his semiautomatic handgun, he said. Braxton was unarmed as far as investigators know, but that was still under investigation, Steele said

"We don't know what the relationship is between the two of them," Steele said.

Keystone Fellowship Montgomeryville issued a statement saying officials were "saddened" by the shooting. "Our congregation is in prayer for everyone involved," the statement said.

No video exists of the shooting, which occurred in between two seating areas, Steele said. He said investigators were still trying to determine what kind of disturbance led to the shooting, interviewing "hundreds" who were in the church.

"We've got a lot of interviews to do," Steele said. "That's ongoing, that's going to take some time to do."

The church earlier posted a notice on its Facebook page that appearing as a special guest speaker would be an unnamed "pastor serving in a country that is extremely hostile to the Christian faith." The post said photos or videotaping would be forbidden "for our guest's safety," but Steele said the shooting appeared unrelated to any such speaker.

"I believe there was music playing while this went on, so I don't think this was during a sermon portion of this or anything," he said.

Breeana Somers, 24, of Lansdale, told The Philadelphia Inquirer that she heard some kind of fight going on between two men, and then three gunshots that sounded like champagne corks popping.

"I went under a chair in a fetal position," she said. "I tried to make myself as small as possible. It's really frightening that anything like this could happen here."



Atheist pastor sparks debate by 'irritating the church into the 21st century'

Ashifa Kassam in Toronto
3 hrs ago

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Rev Gretta Vosper at West Hill United Church sitting in the pews in Toronto.

There is not one mention of God during the 70-minute service at Toronto’s West Hill United church. Bibles are nowhere to be seen
. The large, steel cross – one of the few remaining religious symbols in this church – is hidden behind a cascade of rainbow streamers.

But that is perhaps to be expected in a church led by an avowed atheist.

“I do not believe in a theistic, supernatural being called God,” says Gretta Vosper, the United Church of Canada minister who has led West Hill since 1997. “I don’t believe in what I think 99.99% of the world thinks you mean when you use that word.” Tor her, God is instead a metaphor for goodness and a life lived with compassion and justice.

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Vosper’s outspoken commitment to a seemingly clashing set of beliefs has prompted turmoil in the open-minded United Church of Canada. A progressive Christian denomination that began ordaining women in Canada 80 years ago and for decades has allowed openly gay men and women to lead ministries, the church has been left questioning its boundaries.

In the coming weeks, an unprecedented review will be carried out to determine whether Vosper can stay on as a minister. At its most basic level, the review will ask a simple question that’s likely to yield a complicated answer: can the United church of Canada have an atheist minister?

For the 100-strong congregation at West Hill, the answer is an unabashed yes. Stripped of God and the Bible, services here are light on religious doctrine and instead emphasise moral teachings. The service begins with a nod to the First Nations land on which the church stands and goes on to mention human rights in Saudi Arabia, Syria and Palestine. Global concern is coupled with community-building, with members invited to share significant moments of the past week.

“I’ve lost 25 pounds in the past five months,” announces one man shyly – and each revelation meets with applause. A tall totem pole graces the front of the church and more than half the pews have been changed out for more comfortable chairs. The median age of the congregation is around 60 years, but members range from toddlers and teenagers to Jack, the four-year-old mutt who sniffs around in the back row.

Vosper was ordained in 1993, during which she was asked if she believed in God, Father, Son and Holy Spirit. She said yes, speaking metaphorically.

Some eight years later, vexed by the archaic language, imagery and stories of the Bible, she delivered an off-the-cuff sermon in which she deconstructed the idea of God. “Our hymns and our prayers and the way that we did things, they all reinforced this idea of a supernatural divine being who intervened in human affairs,” she says. “I just took it apart – I was not willing to continue to let (my congregation) think that I believed in that kind of God.”

She braced herself for a negative reaction. To her surprise, church leaders said they were intrigued by the direction she was heading and encouraged her to push forward.

What followed was years of Vosper and her congregation retooling the service at West Hill. References to God and Jesus became talk of love and compassion and prayer was replaced with community sharing time. The removal of the Lord’s Prayer in 2008 proved to be a critical test, sending attendance plunging from 120 people to 40 and leaving the church’s financial strength in tatters. “The Lord’s Prayer was the last thing in the service that still held them to previous generations of church,” says Vosper. “So it became the lightning rod for all of that loss.”

Throughout this time Vosper couched her strong beliefs in linguistic gymnastics, describing herself as a non-theist and, later, a theological non-realist. In 2013, moved by the case of Bangladeshi bloggers facing persecution over their reportedly atheist views, Vosper began calling herself an atheist. “I felt it was an act of solidarity,” she says, likening it to the use of the word feminist to in the 1970s. “If I shelter myself by not using that term, that’s unfair to everyone who is being maligned by the use of that term.”

As news of her stance spread, so did the concerns about the provocateur among the ranks of the church. In January of last year, David Ewart, a United church minister in British Columbia, suggested in an open lettert that Vosper should just leave the church.  Months later, a talk radio host in southern Ontario took aim at Vosper. “What’s an atheist doing in the pulpit of a Christian church? You don’t have a Christian minister preaching in a synagogue. You don’t have a rabbi preaching in a Christian church,” Andy Oudman asked his listeners. “Does the United church have any credibility left if they leave the likes of Gretta Vosper in the pulpit?”

The Toronto conference of the United church responded to the concerns last year, saying it would carry out a review to determine whether Vosper was being faithful to her ordination vows and whether she could stay on as minister. “There are very strong opinions from those who support Ms Vosper, and from those who reject her statements absolutely,” said the Rev David Allen of the Toronto conference.

The decision to carry out the review upsets many at West Hill. “It’s disgusting,” says Wendy Hyland. Her husband, Jim Hyland, calls it hypocritical, given that the congregation is one of the few in the area that has managed to buck the wider trend of declining attendance. “West Hill is the future of what religion will be like,” says the 65-year-old, highlighting its metaphorical interpretation of religious symbols and emphasis on environmental and social justice. “We’re thinking and saying what the rest of the world is scared to, but moving towards.”

The controversy has fostered an us-against-the-world sentiment in this small congregation. “She’s way off the beaten track, that’s for sure,” laughs Jeanne Hamel, a 95-year-old who was raised in the United church. “Those of us who are here are willing to follow her. A lot of people took the other road and to me, they chickened out.”

Some, such as Eve Casavant, 44, recently started attending West Hill after hearing about Vosper among atheist circles. She was delighted to find the same sort of church she had been raised in, save the burden of belief. “It’s like that sense of community without the barriers,” she says. “It’s a beautiful thing and it is too bad it’s not being as embraced as it should be.”

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In the coming weeks, Vosper will have to defend her beliefs for a panel of five people, made up of ministry personnel and laypeople. “When they came knocking on the door, it was kind of like, ‘Really?,”’ says Vosper. “We’ve been doing this for 15 years and I’ve been really public about my beliefs.”

She sees the review as a betrayal, as the path she has forged is a logical one in a church that has always prioritised moral teachings over doctrinal beliefs. “I’m a product of the United church. It taught me to critique the Bible as a human construction … This means everything that it says is up for grabs, including God.”

Many in the clergy privately share her view on God, she says, turning her into a sort of standard-bearer for a conversation that is already happening in the wider world. Her push to bring that conversation within the walls of the church – a role she describes as “irritating the church into the 21st century” – has already cost her some $60,000 in legal fees spent on an appeal to halt the upcoming review.

Her appeal was denied last month. It was a moment that forced Vosper – for the first time since she came out as an atheist – to confront the fact that she may not be able to find a balance between her beliefs and her career. “I don’t have a lot of hope at this point in time. Before the appeal was denied, I still very much felt that this was my church,” she says. “But that ruling is really a signal that maybe this is not the church that I advocated for, that I’ve championed.”



Women's blessing at Jerusalem's Western Wall curtailed

Mike Smith

April 24, 2016

Jerusalem (AFP) - A bid by a Jewish women's group to challenge tradition at Jerusalem's Western Wall with a blessing usually conducted by men was curtailed Sunday after a decision by Israel's attorney general.

The plan was the latest by the Women of the Wall group to push for equal prayer rights at the site, the holiest location where Jews are currently allowed to pray.

Around 50 women gathered on the plaza leading to the wall amid Passover celebrations to pray, though without carrying out the full blessing.

They prayed under heavy police guard as ultra-Orthodox Jewish men and boys in dark suits looked on and harangued them.

Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit's decision on Thursday prohibited the first-ever "women's priestly blessing" at the wall because it did not conform to local custom.

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Saturday, April 23, 2016

Peter Sutherland speaks about the current refugee crisis

Published on Jan 14, 2016

"A global crisis that challenges our humanity". During a recent visit to London, Peter Sutherland spoke in support of the British Refugee Council and appeals to politicians not to run away from the populism of being against migration. “An issue so morally clear that it doesn't need further discussion.."


How a Cashless Society Could Embolden Big Brother

The Atlantic

When money becomes information, it can inform on you.

Kara Gordon / The Atlantic


APR 8, 2016 


In 2014, Cass Sunstein—one-time “regulatory czar” for the Obama administration—wrote an op-edadvocating for a cashless society, on the grounds that it would reduce street crime. His reasoning? A new study had found an apparent causal relationship between the implementation of the Electronic Benefit Transfer system for welfare benefits, and a drop in crime.

Security, privacy, commerce, and code

Under the new EBT system, welfare recipients could now use debit cards, rather than being forced to cash checks in their entirety—meaning there was less cash circulating in poor neighborhoods. And the less cash there was on the streets, the study’s authors concluded, the less crime there was.

Perhaps burglaries, larcenies, and assaults had gone down because there was simply less to readily steal. Perhaps, also, the debit cards deterred people from spending money on drugs and other black market goods. While nothing was really stopping them from withdrawing cash and then spending it illegally, the famous Sunsteinian Nudge was in effect—the very slightest friction in the environment pushed people away from committing crime.

Jesus Kept Saturday, the Seventh day Sabbath Holy, Should We?

WHY keep the Sabbath day? What is the object of the Sabbath? Who made it? When was it made, and for whom? Which day is the true Sabbath? Many keep the first day of the week, or Sunday. By what Bible authority have they for this? Some keep the seventh day, or Saturday. What Scripture have they for that? Here are the facts about both days, as plainly stated in the Word of God:

60 Bible Facts on theSeventh day of the Week

1. After working the first six days of the week in creating this earth, God rested on the seventh day. Genesis 2:1-3.

2. This stamped that day as God's rest day, or Sabbath day, as Sabbath day means rest day. To illustrate: When a person is born on a certain day, that day thus becomes his birthday. So when God rested upon the seventh day, that day became His rest, or Sabbath, day.

3. Therefore the seventh day must always be God's Sabbath day. Can you change your birthday from the day on which you were born to one on which you were not born? No. Neither can you change God's rest day to a day on which He did not rest. Hence the seventh day is still God's Sabbath day.

The Jesuit Vatican - New World Order

Published on Apr 22, 2016

The black pope rules most of the world's governments today !!
and now he is taking over all arab countries !
then he will bring his Jesuit New World order.

here you can read the The Jesuit Oath

For the Pope holdeth place on earth,
not simply of a man but of the one true God."
Pope Innocent III, 1215
Antichrist of the Dark Ages
Fourth Lateran Council "The Pope must admonish kings and punish them with death." Antonio Santarelli, 1626 Italian Jesuit Del Papa "The Power of the Inquisitor." from "The Devil in the Church and his Snares Laid to Destroy
our Public Schools" Pgs 173-174

From the Directory for the Inquisitors. Part III

Question 32. "An inquisitor may force the governors of cities to swear that they will defend the Church against heretics." -- Page 560
Question 43. "Inquisitors may proceed against the dead, who before or after their death were reported to them as guilty of heretical depravity." --Page 570
Question 56. "Inquisitors may proceed to execute their office with an armed force." -- Page 583.
Question 57. "Inquisitors, to seize heretics or their favorers, may demand the aid of the civil authority." --Page 585.
Question 62. "Inquisitors may coerce witness to swear that they will testify to the truth, and should frequently examine them." --Page 600.
Question 65. "Inquisitors may lawfully admit perjured persons to testify and act in cases concerning the faith." -- Page 605.
Question 66. "Inquisitors may lawfully receive infamous persons, and criminals, or servants against their masters, both to act and give evidence in causes respecting the faith." --Page 606.
Question 68. "An inquisitor must not admit a heretic to testify in a cause of faith against or for a believer." -- Page 611.
Question 69 "Inquisitors may allow heretics to witness against heretics, but not for them." -- Page 612.
Question 73. "Inquisitors may torture witnesses to obtain truth, and punish them if they have given false evidence." -- Page 622.
Question 74. "Inquisitors may cite and coerce the attendance of witnesses, and also persons charges with heretical depravity in different dioceses." --Page 626.
Question 93. "Penitent heretics may be condemned to perpetual imprisonment." --Page 641.

"The Catholic Church has the right and duty to kill heretics, because it is by fire and sword that heresy can be extirpated. Mere excommunication is derided by heretics. If they are imprisoned or exiled they corrupt others. The only recourse is to put them to death. For the highest good of the church is the Unity of Faith, and this can not be preserved unless heretics are put to death." -- (Prof. Hugh O'Donnell, "The Ruin of Education in Ireland,"By reason, the Pope is the head, and Kings are but as arms or hands of the same Body; therefore if they do not their duty being careful to preserve the Body, the Head as Lord and Master may cut them off." Multiple Jesuit Contributors, 1685 Warning to England's King Charles II The Jesuits Catechism "It is my opinion that if the liberties of this country—the United States of America—are destroyed, it will be by the subtlety of the Roman Catholic Jesuit priests, for they are the most crafty, dangerous enemies to civil and religious liberty. They have instigated most of the wars of Europe." General Lafayette, 1799 Aide to General Washington Romanism: A Menace to the Nation

"My History of the Jesuits is in four volumes in twelves, printed in Amsterdam in 1761. The Work is anonymous; because, as I suppose, the Author was afraid, as all the Monarchs of Europe were at that time, of Jesuitical Assassination." John Adams to Thomas Jefferson November 4, 1816 An Inquiry Into the Assassination of Abraham Lincoln

"It is the bounden duty of every Christian to pray against Antichrist. And as to what Antichrist is, no sane man ought to raise a question. If it be not Popery in the Church of Rome, there is nothing in the world that can be called by that name. . . . Popery is contrary to Christ's gospel and is the Antichrist and we ought to pray against it." ~Charles Haddon Spurgeon, 1873 England's Prince of Preachers Quoted by Ireland's Ian Paisley Protest of the Pope in Parliament "...if you trace up Masonry, through all its Orders, till you come to the grand tip-top, head Mason of the World, you will discover that the dread individual and the Chief of the Society of Jesus [i.e., the Black Pope, the Superior General of the Jesuits] are one and the same person." -- James Parton (American historian).

The Jesuit Vatican New World Order



Published on Apr 15, 2016

Enmity | Trailer

Published on Apr 22, 2016

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It is a series designed to expose satan's plan to rid the world of Gods people and his message, using the jesuits as a means to accomplish this mission. This series exposes the jesuits and their front organizations the freemasons, who are working together for the ultimate annihilation of protestantism.



Published on Apr 13, 2016


Watch in full screen and HD. The world's population is encountering MASS DECEPTION. Don't be fooled by the swiftly approaching new age, godless religion and the satanic New World Order. In this video, we will see how doctrines of devils have infiltrated the Church of Jesus Christ, how FALSE TEACHERS AND PREACHERS are deceiving gullible people for profit and seducing them to hell. Watch this video. Read and know your bibles. Stay vigilant. God Bless All, TSTV


Friday, April 22, 2016

Spiritualism Infects SDA Millennials, saying liberty is license, promoting progressive, emerging ideas

Published on Apr 22, 2016

Subjects Addressed: (1) The first great deception will be the last great deception. 1 Timothy 4:1,2.
(2) The definition of Spiritualism. (10:30)
(3) Eve represents the Millennials (Generation Y) in the world and in the SDA church. (15:53)
(4) Millennials are the least Religious Generation yet, and here’s the surprising reason why. (17:32)
(5) Locating and defining Generations X,Y,Z. (22:10)
(6) Millennials are significantly more Progressive than their parents in the world and in the church. (26:14)
(7) Most Progressive SDAs (like the Spectrum community) believe and promote the theology of the Emergent Church. (28:42)
(8) Most Progressive SDAs support and promote the LGBT movement and Women’s Ordination. (35:10)
(9) Most Progressive SDAs reject 10/22/1844 and the Investigative Judgment; Reject SDA movement as the remnant; Reject Ellen White’s God-given position in the church; Reject that the Sabbath is the Seal of God. (44:35)
(10) The Millennials in the church and the world are the most influential age group today. Therefore, Generations X and Z yield to their demands. (55:58)
(11) The mind-set and actions of Progressive SDAs show that we are living in the final generation. (59:20)
(12) Like Eve, children who are allowed to have their own way are not happy. Consider what Eve experienced after she made her own choice contrary to God’s known command. (1:30:07)
(13) Millennials demand that liberty is license to make their own choices to be happy. Yet, suicide is the third leading health issue among Millennials. (1:35:01)


Happy Sabbath

If thou turn away thy foot from the sabbath, from doing thy pleasure on my holy day; and call the sabbath a delight, the holy of the Lord, honourable; and shalt honour him, not doing thine own ways, nor finding thine own pleasure, nor speaking thine own words:

Then shalt thou delight thyself in the Lord; and I will cause thee to ride upon the high places of the earth, and feed thee with the heritage of Jacob thy father: for the mouth of the Lord hath spoken it.

Isaiah 58:13,14.


Colorado School Distributes Satanist and Atheist Materials - World Religion News

Colorado School Distributes Satanist and Atheist Materials - World Religion News:

Colorado school district has approved the distribution of Atheist and Satanic material to students.


Get politics out of climate debate: Opposing view John Coleman

Get politics out of climate debate: Opposing view

John Coleman
17 hours ago

Adam Rountree, AP

The United Nations.

On this Earth Day 2016, there is a great deal of frenzy about how our Earth is going to become uninhabitable, as the civilized activities of man allegedly trigger unstoppable global warming and climate change.

With the Obama administration set to commit the U.S. to the Paris climate agreement by signing our nation onto the document Friday, it is obvious that science has taken a back seat at the United Nations.

The environmentalists, bureaucrats and politicians who make up the U.N.’s climate panel recruit scientists to research the climate issue. And they place only those who will produce the desired results. Money, politics and ideology have replaced science.

U.N. climate chief Christiana Figueres has called for a “centralized transformation” that is “going to make the life of everyone on the planet very different” to combat the alleged global warming threat. How many Americans are looking forward to the U.N. transforming their lives?

Another U.N. official has admitted that the U.N. seeks to “redistribute de facto the world’s wealth by climate policy.” The former head of the U.N. climate panel also recently declared that global warming “is my religion.”

When all the scare talk is pushed aside, it is the science that should be the basis for the debate. And the hard cold truth is that the basic theory has failed.Many notable scientists reject man-made global warming fears. And several of them, including a Nobel Prize winner, are in the new Climate Hustlemovie. The film is an informative and even humorous new feature length movie that is the ultimate answer to Al Gore’s An Inconvenient Truth. It will be shown one day only in theaters nationwide on May 2.

As a skeptic of man-made global warming, I love our environment as much as anyone. I share the deepest commitment to protecting our planet for our children and grandchildren. However, I desperately want to get politics out of the climate debate. The Paris climate agreement is all about empowering the U.N. and has nothing to do with the climate.

Weather Channel founder John Coleman has spent more than 60 years as a meteorologist, including seven years as the original weathercaster on ABC’s Good Morning America.



Fired for preaching: Georgia dumps doctor over church sermons


Published April 20, 2016

Courtesy First Liberty

Bi-vocational pastors be warned – what you say from the pulpit on Sunday could get you fired from your public sector job on Monday.

Dr. Eric Walsh, a renowned public health expert who also serves as a lay minister, has filed a federal lawsuit against the Georgia Department of Public Health alleging he was terminated for delivering sermons on issues ranging from homosexuality to evolution.

“No one in this country should be fired from their job for something that was said in a church or from a pulpit during a sermon,” said First Liberty attorney Jeremy Dys.

First Liberty, one of the nation’s largest law firms defending religious liberty, is representing the Seventh Day Adventist lay minister.

They contend that the Georgia Department of Public Health assigned workers to investigate sermons Dr. Walsh delivered on health, marriage, sexuality, world religions, science and creationism. He also preached on what the Bible says about homosexuality.

“He was fired for something he said in a sermon,” Dys told me. “If the government is allowed to fire someone over what he said in his sermons, they can come after any of us for our beliefs on anything.”

First Liberty has accused the government agency of religious discrimination and retaliation.

“I don’t believe I did anything wrong,” Dr. Walsh told me in an exclusive interview. “This has been very painful for me. I really am a strong believer in the Constitution. But now I feel like maybe all these ideals and values that I was raised to believe – the ideals they country was founded upon – no longer exist.”

A spokesperson for the Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH) did not return telephone calls nor did they respond to email inquiries.

First Liberty said Walsh was hired as a district health director on May 7, 2014. A few days later, DPH officers and other government workers began investigating his religious activities.

“DPH officers and other employees spent hours reviewing these and other of Dr. Walsh’s sermons and other public addresses available online, analyzing and taking notes on his religious beliefs and viewpoints on social, cultural and other matters of public concern as expressed in the sermons and other public addresses,” the lawsuit states.

The behavior of the DPH was so egregious that its own counsel twice warned them on May 15 that “under federal law Dr. Walsh’s religious beliefs could play no role in any employment decision by DPH.”

But on May 16, the DPH announced it had rescinded the job offer that Dr. Walsh had already accepted.

“Today’s action by the department follows a thorough examination of Dr. Walsh’s credentials and background as well as consultation with the six local boards of health which comprise the district,” spokesman Ryan Deal said in a news release.

And the Department of Public Health wasn't the only organization concerned about the pastor's sermons.

The Georgia Voice reported that the Health Initiative, an Atlanta-based group committed to LGBT health issues, strongly opposed Welsh’s hiring.

“Dr. Walsh’s public displays of anti-gay propaganda and religious rhetoric will become symbols of the department and will further isolate an already vulnerable population. We believe this hire is detrimental to the wellbeing of our community, as well as to the effectiveness of the Department to conduct meaningful outreach to LGBT Georgians,” Executive Director Ellis told the publication.

Based on documents First Liberty obtained through a FOIA request, it is clear there was some internal concerns about how Dr. Walsh had been treated.

In spite of the DPH’s internal witch hunt against Dr. Walsh, at least one unnamed staffer wrote a memo warning that the entire controversy had been blown “impossibly out of proportion.”

“Not only is there no smoking gun, there is every reason to believe, even from his detractors own words, that he is the excellent health director we believed he would be,” the staffer wrote in a document obtained by First Liberty through a FOIA request.

“If we do not hire this applicant on the basis of the evidence of job performance and disqualify him on the basis of discrimination by those who seek to advance their own agenda and do him harm, I believe we are no better than they are,” the staffer concluded.

The unnamed staffer’s concerns were ignored and Dr. Walsh was terminated.

Dr. Walsh was catapulted into the national spotlight earlier in 2014 when he was invited to deliver the commencement address at Pasadena City College in California.

Walsh, who was then the director of the city’s public health department, came under fierce scrutiny from LGBT activists and students. He backed out of the speaking engagement. But critics persisted and he was forced to resign his post – after reaching a financial settlement with the city.

Dys tells me that what happened to Dr. Walsh should give every American the chills.

“The idea of those government employees dividing up the sermons is unthinkable,” he said. “Religious liberty means we should be able to find sanctuary in our own sanctuary.”

In recent days, the state of Georgia has become a battleground over religious liberty.

Governor Nathan Deal, a Republican, vetoed legislation that would have provided protection for pastors and other faith-based organizations from attacks by LGBT activists. The veto was levied under fierce pressure from big business bullies like Disney and Coca-Cola.

It’s unclear whether such a law would have protected Dr. Walsh.

“Any law a state passes that helps protect religious liberty – especially a law that allows pastors the right to preach and not lose their jobs – is a law we would certainly apply in this case,” Dys said.

It’s becoming clear to me that people of faith – people like Dr. Walsh -- will not find safe refuge in the state of Georgia.

First, they silenced the sheep – and now they are trying to silence the shepherds.

Todd Starnes is host of Fox News & Commentary, heard on hundreds of radio stations. His latest book is "God Less America: Real Stories From the Front Lines of the Attack on Traditional Values." Follow Todd on Twitter@ToddStarnes and find him on Facebook.


Thursday, April 21, 2016

Saint or Sinner, Government Eyes Are Watching Every Move You Make


By John W. Whitehead
April 18, 2016

“The way things are supposed to work is that we’re supposed to know virtually everything about what [government officials] do: that’s why they’re called public servants. They’re supposed to know virtually nothing about what we do: that’s why we’re called privateindividuals. This dynamic - the hallmark of a healthy and free society - has been radically reversed. Now, they know everything about what we do, and are constantly building systems to know more. Meanwhile, we know less and less about what they do, as they build walls of secrecy behind which they function. That’s the imbalance that needs to come to an end. No democracy can be healthy and functional if the most consequential acts of those who wield political power are completely unknown to those to whom they are supposed to be accountable.” ― Glenn Greenwald

Government eyes are watching you.

They see your every move: what you read, how much you spend, where you go, with whom you interact, when you wake up in the morning, what you’re watching on television and reading on the internet.

Every move you make is being monitored, mined for data, crunched, and tabulated in order to form a picture of who you are, what makes you tick, and how best to control you when and if it becomes necessary to bring you in line.

Simply by liking or sharing this article on Facebook or retweeting it on Twitter, you’re most likely flagging yourself as a potential renegade, revolutionary or anti-government extremist—a.k.a. terrorist.

Gender Neutral Bathroom Protest Ends In Brawl

Gender Neutral Bathroom Protest Ends In Brawl | Los Angles |

Published on Apr 20, 2016

Gender-Neutral Bathroom Protest Ends In Los Angles Ends In Brawl.


Ecuador to tax rich to pay for earthquake damage

Saturday's 7.8-magnitude quake was the worst to hit the South American country in decades CREDIT: AP

Our Foreign Staff 21 APRIL 2016 • 1:03PM

President Rafael Correa of Ecuador has announced a one-off tax on the rich to pay for relief and reconstruction efforts in the wake of the devastating earthquake that killed more than 500 people and injured over 5,000.

Anyone with assets over $1 million will be required to contribute 0.9 per cent of their wealth, while lower earners must hand over a day's salary for every $1,000 of their monthly income up to $5,000.

Anyone whose assets exceed $1 million will have to pay a one-time contribution of 0.9 percent of their wealth CREDIT: AP

Saturday's 7.8-magnitude quake was the worst to hit the South American country in decades, causing hundreds of buildings to collapse and damaging roads and other key infrastructure in tourist areas.

The official death toll currently stands at 525, with 5,733 injured and hundreds still missing.

But aside from the staggering human cost, the quake comes as a big economic blow to oil-producing Ecuador, which has already taken a huge hit from the drop in global crude prices.

President Rafael Correa, in an evening address to the nation, estimated that rebuilding could come to as much as $3 billion and knock two or three points off the country's GDP.

Mr Correa went on to announce a series of measures to help cover the costs, including an increase in the country's value added tax from 12 percent to 14 percent for a year.

He also announced mandatory wage contributions - people earning $1,000 a month will have to pay the equivalent of a day's salary for a month, those earning $2,000, one day's worth for two months, up to those earning more than $5,000 who are being asked to contribute one day's salary for five months.

And anyone whose assets exceed $1 million will have to pay a one-time contribution of 0.9 percent of their wealth, he added.

He also said unspecified state assets would be sold.

Mr Correa's address ended a day that began before dawn with panic as a new 6.1-magnitude earthquake struck off the coast.

The latest quake caused no damage or casualties, but shook the ground forcefully in the dark of night, sending terrified residents running into the streets in the devastated resort town of Pedernales.

Meanwhile, the toll from Saturday's quake continued to rise as emergency workers untangled the masses of rubble, often by hand or with basic tools.

"The death toll will continue to rise, unfortunately, but at a slower pace. Many bodies have already been recovered," Mr Correa warned.

At least 11 foreigners were killed in Saturday's quake, which struck a Pacific coast region popular with tourists. They included citizens of Britain, Canada, Ireland and several Latin American countries.

Ecuadoran authorities called the latest quake an aftershock - one of more than 500 since Saturday, they said.