Sunday, July 20, 2014

Immigration

Since illegal immigration is making the headlines, I have to wonder what else is going on that we're not being told.  Granted, it is reported in staggering numbers, but illegal immigration has been going on for years, and no administration has done anything to curb it.  So what's next on the Agenda, that TPTB [the powers that be] need the country in divided uproar?  Perhaps this is going to be the "tool" used to build FEMA concentration camps and bring martial law.

Of course immigrants change the culture of a nation.

No American knows that fact better than my ancestors, and I've been rather cheeky about the topic on more than one occasion, actually at every meme opportunity, but . . . the bottom line is, there were no laws regarding immigration when America was overrun with European immigrants, and the culture changed beyond recognition.  As many times as I've posted the meme below, the fact of the matter is, there was no Department of Homeland Security or ICE in 1492.

Regardless of a change of law or even granting amnesty, the current laws are being broken.  I read an interesting observation the other day that went something to the effect of:  "Illegally entering the country doesn't make you a citizen any more than breaking into my home makes you family!"  Keep in mind, this is being used to politically divide this nation further.  For all those who would defend our borders, the other side of the aisle is slinging religious accusations.  To be honest, I'm struggling for a solution.  It's a shame there's not another Australia, where the powers can simply make provision and move the problem off the mainland, the way Britain did.

Illegal immigrants being allowed citizenship and benefits means, only bona fide citizens have to live by the law, and that's not freedom at all!  I know life is not promised to be fair, but those odds are really stacked against those who would abide by the law and pay taxes . . . On the other hand, I believe a border fence would not keep out illegals, but only serve to fence in the citizens . . . also, a far cry from freedom.  To be honest, my solution is to suggest we stop waiting for the government to do nothing.

I've made mention many times over how the red and the blue political lines are our modern civil war.  Realizing we don't want to do to ourselves what the previous administration recommended to Israel, and what has already been done to Native Americans, I would like to offer a non-landlocked solution.   Without transporting illegal immigrants all over the country, we need to collectively determine a few states that politically embrace the idea of ushering them in, and set those states apart for that express purpose, and ask for those who are staunchly voicing their outrage about borders, to be willing to relocate and make this plan work.

It's time to face the fact, our government has surrendered the border.  Several militia organizations are willing to protect the border, so once those who want to embrace the illegal immigrants have relocated and done that, then those who would man the border can do so, freely.  It's time for Americans to back their words with action.  My suggestion is to simply give a few border states, infrastructure and all, to the cause.  If you are an American who supports the illegal immigration, then get to Texas, New Mexico, or Arizona and support them, or send money, and for those who are in those states that don't support it, we'll help you get out.  Maybe we can do some land trading amongst the relocators . . .

If you are an American who supports the borders, then accept the compromise and protect, the southern borders of Oklahoma, Colorado, Utah, that SE corner of Nevada, and we may consider negotiations on part of California.  Since we've told Israel to go back to 1967 borders, let's take America back to some earlier borders.  Arizona was the last state to the union before Alaska and Hawaii, and we got along just fine, before.  As a matter of fact, the federal reserve began the year after Arizona became a state, so maybe we could get rid of the federal reserve system, as well, in the deal.

Face the fact, life as we've known it in America is over.  It's not coming back.  It's time to realize, the border deal was signed nearly a decade ago and the illegal immigration problem has been ignored for several decades.  If we don't negotiate a land deal soon, I think we're going to end up with a new military that has no fondness for the legal citizens and no deep respect for the Constitution, which may be a part of the judgment America is facing.

Come hither; I will show unto thee the judgment of the great whore that sitteth upon many waters:  the Revelation 

Sunday, July 13, 2014

Political Correctness

One of my pet peeves is the fact that political correctness seems to only stand, one way.  I'm absolutely furious that racial issues have been included in political correctness, because racism is a spiritual matter addressed in Torah.   Numbers 12:1, 9  And Miriam and Aaron spake against Moses because of the Ethiopian woman whom he had married: for he had married an Ethiopian woman. . . . And the anger of YHWH was kindled against them; and he departed.  Our Creator is very displeased by racial bigotry.  Now to lump racial bigotry in with the rest of our social ills is deception and rebellion.

Torah speaks against racism, but it also speaks against a myriad of sexual sins.  Scripture is also completely against pride and idolatry and generally forbids that we make up our rules as we go along.  So how did political correctness become so rampant and redefining?  That would be included under the heading of "making up our rules as we go along."  The part of political correctness that really raises my hackles is that it stands precisely against Scripture.  Even the politically correct version of anti-racism is convoluted and wreaks havoc of favoritism and reversed racism.  I'm not always right, just because I'm brown!  And you aren't a racist if you are a different color and disagree with me . . . you're just wrong. [kidding].  Political correctness has redefined tolerance, not to actually tolerate different perspectives, not at all.  "Tolerance" is kowtowing socially, to the loudest crybaby, and bullying those who do not kowtow.

I disagree with much of what is going on under this present administration, but I disagreed with most of what went on in the last administration.  Since my skin tone matches neither leader does that make me a racist or just sick of being misled?  Upon further consideration in this matter, there is no logical or scientific reason to include any sort of racial issue, past or present in this present political agenda.  Moving right along to the problems that are seriously taking us down as a nation.  Ahead of the sexual devolution, there is the matter of making up the rules as we go along and claiming them to be Bible based.

That original premise is faulty.  Do you realize most countries have laws against murder and theft?  Most cultures condemn adultery and lying, and believe parents should be honored.  On that basis, America's got nothing on China or Iran!  The Biblical standard for the way to treat people in society is pretty much acknowledge around the world, and America also shares the same disregard for Sabbath that most countries share, with the exception, of course, of Israel.  Even Israel has it's "stores for Shabbat shoppers" . . . It was the value of freedom that used to set America apart, but that officially died in 2001.  Rather than repent at that warning of 9/11, we went ballistic and put ourselves on lockdown.

To further add to our lack of repentance and increased rebellion, our society has increased the momentum of the sexual agenda.  Mothers now dress their seven year olds the way rebellious teens dressed themselves a generation ago.  I remember, as a teen, girls who would roll their skirts up at the waistband after they arrived at school to give themselves a mini-skirt . . . because they'd have never gotten out of the house in a short skirt.  Now mothers actually dress their young daughters in much more suggestive attire than they would have thought to sneak.  Many middle aged women continue to seem to think beauty must be wrapped in "provocative," so they dress accordingly.

As for the gay agenda, I have one daughter who is actively exposing her children to that lifestyle, and I find that to be very poor parenting, while she claims to be a "tolerant heterosexual."  Clearly not a proud moment, in motherhood, for me!  But that's just my politically incorrect opinion.  In the name of tolerance and religious freedom, a bakery owner was taken to court over his refusal to bake a wedding cake for a same sex wedding reception.  Here's the real kicker.  Same sex marriage isn't even legal in that state, but the ruling against his religious reason was handed down.  Political Correctness and Tolerance is nothing more than an anti-Bible agenda, hiding behind a newly defined freedom and mockery of true civil rights.

. . . YHWH is with you, while ye be with Him; and if ye seek Him, He will be found of you; but if ye forsake Him, He will forsake you.  History of Holy Scripture

Sunday, July 06, 2014

The Open Introduction to the NWO

I was troubled several years ago through the time of the raid at the Yearning for Zion Ranch.  I don't really know what went on inside that place, but what I saw outside in 2008, was an ominous preview of things to come.  First was the sheriff's vehicle, which is pictured below and looks like military equipment.  Second; the church buses that served to remove all those little children from their mothers.  The first blog I ever published addressed the topic of religious devotion and political agenda working in tandem.  The first blog entry in January of 2005, was short and to the point.   Just three short years later we saw it taking place in Texas at the YFZ raid.  That was "all well and good" though because "they" were a cult, as were the Branch Davidians in the 90s . . . ?  Who will next be named as a cult?















Fast forwarding, now to our current growing crisis of illegal immigrant children coming into the country.  The Baptist Family & Children Services are actively involved and it is reported that they even refer to themselves as "Brown Shirts."  The comment appears to be made to sound a bit tongue in cheek, as a mere reference to the color of their shirts which is tan.  I'm leaning more towards programming and desensitization.  BFCS is contracted by the powers that be.  Since this is the second time the word Baptist has been associated with governmental power in Texas, shouldn't we at least consider the connection?  I'm not saying all Baptists are willing to work for the government, but then all Baptists didn't agree with Fred Phelps, either.  My point is not to be picking on a denomination, but rather to point out that organizations willing to be used by the agenda are using religious titles.

I don't know that all Baptists will bow down to the agenda, but it does seem entirely possible, especially regarding children, that this is being used to win trust, and of course, promote safety.  One Congressman didn't have anything good to report, when he tried to visit one of the facilities.
http://dailycaller.com/2014/07/02/u-s-congressman-blocked-from-entering-child-immigrant-facility/

I'm certainly not promoting the Coexist concept, but in all honesty, people do believe their own spiritual beliefs are the correct ones, leaving many, many belief systems to be called false religions or cults.   Although I do not agree with the beliefs of the former YFZ Ranch, which by the way, is now the property of the government, and I didn't agree with the doctrines of David Koresh, but I also do not agree with Islam, traditional Judaism or mainstream 501c3 Christianity, so will my beliefs make the "cult list" as the end of days unfold?  Messiah clearly stated His true followers would be hated.

And ye shall be hated of all men for my name's sake: but he that endureth to the end shall be saved.  the Gospel according to Matthew

Sunday, June 29, 2014

In the Not So Distant Future

When the headlines present a situation that is not only emotionally charged, unstably unresolved, and a matter of life and death, I have become skeptical.  I hate that fact!  I am very concerned for the woman in Sudan, and hope she is able to leave that country.  This situation in Sudan, however; continues to bring to mind memories of the Terri Schiavo case.  Obviously the circumstances are different, but the spirit of the headlines are the same.  Life and death, hope and despair, resolution reneged . . . yet in all that, the question remains, what's not in the headlines?  Not only does the Schiavo case come to mind, but an Embassy in a country not terribly happy with the US met with some horrific circumstances, still unresolved, also comes to mind.
According to interviews with Wesley Clark, there were six other countries besides Iraq, named some years back, with Libya and Sudan being among those named.

In other headlines:  

Gun retailers, among others are having difficulty accepting certain bank cards, thus impeding sales.  We were told the background checks and doctor's questions, would be the only impediment to potential purchases, but there's more.  See Operation Choke Point

While we are being told the economy is recovering, the biggest indicator, the practical cost of living for the average American, indicates otherwise.  There's no need to take the word of John Q. Public though, and the despair of Jane Doe, here's a quote from the President right before one of his vacations last year.  And it's happening in our own personal lives as well, right?  A lot of us tightened our belts, shed debt, maybe cut up a couple of credit cards, refocused on those things that really matter. The full speech.

I don't know how many have caught this report, as so many of the reports of the economy sound wonderful when they are made initially, then are obscurely revised a few weeks later.  According to the article linked here, the first quarter of 2014 was the worst in five years.  The second quarter ends Monday.  

Meanwhile back at the ranch . . .
http://www.npr.org/2014/06/17/321705941/tensions-still-high-in-nevada-land-over-cattle-dispute

The couple involved in the shooting spree in Las Vegas had been to the Bundy ranch, and had been asked to leave.  Although there was little mention of it, they had also been involved in the Occupy Movement.  From various sources, they appeared to be a couple of malcontents looking for a cause, any cause.
http://chicago.cbslocal.com/2014/06/10/couple-responsible-for-vegas-shooting-spree-recently-lived-in-indiana/

Just in case there isn't enough confusion and aren't enough emotional hot button topics in the headlines we've had "Gay Pride Month."  We'll also soon see if our government has actually found a way around the First Amendment with the Hobby Lobby case before the Supreme Court.   Since Congress can make no law regarding religion, we'll see if the spirit of the Bill of Rights will be upheld by the Supreme Court.
I've had an interesting question continue to cross my mind regarding all this sexual confusion.
Are the Muslim countries the only ones refusing to embrace the homosexual agenda?  Are Muslim countries the only ones actually promoting procreative heterosexual sex?  Even without converts, that alone could account for the expansion of Islam.

In these few brief paragraphs that just skim the news headlines without mention of going back to Iraq, the California drought, the hundreds of unattended children from the border, and the flooding of the Mississippi; it's easy to see another major crisis, looming on the horizon.  Detroit has actually appealed to the UN for help and military style vehicles are appearing in local law enforcement lots all over this country.  Please, get your spiritual houses in order and make sure your lamps are full of oil.

And when these things begin to come to pass, then look up, and lift up your heads; for your redemption draweth nigh.  words of Messiah









Sunday, June 22, 2014

Comparatively Speaking

Admittedly, I am glad an officer stepped forward and told the harsh truth about something that should have never taken place.  I am glad the alleged officer will not have the privilege of breaking the law and hiding behind his badge.  When I read about the unnecessary killing of a dog that had already been restrained and posed no threat, I was disgusted.  To be honest, I viewed the news clip and read the report with very mixed emotions.  Killing an animal unnecessarily is reprehensible, but seeing what appeared to be some sort of press conference on the matter with several officers present sent my mind racing.

There are dash cam and phone videos all over the internet also alleging police brutality, but there are no press conferences about those.  I've reported on cases in which people are hospitalized, some have even died, and so often the "official report" is the officers were following policy and protocol.  A woman was murdered in her vehicle as she was driving away, and had there not been a man working on a nearby house who witnessed the situation, the truth may have never been told.  Former officer Daniel Harmon Wright was convicted and sentenced to three years.  When I see groups of officers arriving on a scene and their main concern is to turn videos off, I'm pretty sure I know whose side of the story will stand.

In reading these reports, most law abiding citizens continue to be sure this couldn't happen to them, or they'd react differently, but what happens when a medical condition precludes that option?  This was the case for Thomas Mathieu, a diabetic, who had the wherewithal to pull over when he felt the problem.  Police officers are supposed to be trained as first responders to recognize basic potential health problems, but by their own admission, this was not the case.  They did not first consider the possibility of a medical emergency.  Their treatment of Mr. Mathieu resulted in his hospitalization with lacerations and three broken ribs.  An internal investigation determined that excessive force was not used by the officers and they were cleared of any charges.


We know all only the extremes make the news and ninety percent of police business is business as usual, but is the business of law enforcement superseding "to serve and protect?"  A serious problem that seems to be developing is two fold.  One, when people lose faith or fear the police, they will be more apt to take matters into their own hands rather than calling 911.  The other problem is these immoral brutal cops are placing their colleagues in danger.  A society will quickly deteriorate with a "them and us" mentality.  The "them and us" mentality can quickly become "him or me."  We've watched it happen politically, and now it's taking place in life and death situations.

I am absolutely against animal cruelty, but I am also against police brutality and assault.  The fact that an officer can be investigated for asking to not drive the lead car in a gay parade, and felony charges have already been brought against an officer who killed a dog, while it is "policy" for humans to be brutalized and traumatized by police is unacceptable.  It is barbaric.

 If a ruler hearken to lies, all his servants are wicked.  a Proverb of Holy Scripture


Sunday, June 15, 2014

Regarding Gun Control

It seems most of us believe in the Second Amendment, but in a strange quirk of irony, most also seem to believe that certain people should not be afforded a Second Amendment right.  This country really is full of oxymorons, so full, I'm beginning to think the word itself needs to be hyphenated to better refine the definition.  It's becoming clear that the powers that be regard the Bill of Rights to be just a list of ideas that everyone is not entitled to enjoy.

It's reported that doctors are now asking patients if there are guns in their homes.  Don't think for a minute, everyone on anti-depressants or some psychotropic drug won't be hearing a question, in the near future, about gun ownership before they get their refill.  I have to tell one of my favorite quirks in life from years ago, before I get to the actual point of this article.


Years ago I was in a very abusive marriage, and he was a gun owner.  When he left, I got an order of protection, and he hadn't taken his gun, so at that time . . . I wasn't about to hand it over to him.  My parents who are avid NRA supporters determined that I should not have a gun in the house, so they would take it for safe keeping.  That was years ago, and it was resolved at the time of the divorce, but every time I hear the NRA defending the Second Amendment and see Daddy's decal on his big truck, I can't help but smirk about the irony.  I'm probably one of the few Americans who lost their Second Amendment right to the NRA!  (LOL)

Now, back to the actual point of this article.  I hadn't realized, until lately, just how many people are training for the Concealed Carry Weapon Permit.  It's becoming so common the letters CCW are recognized as pertaining to the permit.  When a person applies for the permit, a background check is done, thus they are entered into the databank, and it's a fair presumption they are either a hand gun owner or plan to be.  When a gun is purchased, a background check is done, and often a name and address must be given when purchasing ammunition.  That is not the case in every ammo purchase, but it is becoming more common. An ammunition purchase is a clear indicator of the type and caliber of gun.  I can't imagine anyone without access to a gun, buying ammunition, and no one would intentionally purchase the wrong ammunition.  Guns are fairly ammo-specific.


Between background checks for gun acquisition, name and address for some ammunition purchases, hunting licenses and concealed carry weapon permits, the powers that be have a pretty good idea where the legal guns are in the country.  From everything I've read about gun control, it's only the legal ones that are traced and potentially confiscated.
As for illegal weapons, they are usually confiscated at the crime scene.

These things I have spoken unto you, that in me ye might have peace. In the world ye shall have tribulation: but be of good cheer; I have overcome the world.  words of Messiah

Monday, June 09, 2014

An Interesting History of Power

Three brothers of Irish descent who all rose and fell to national prestige in the 1960s, were hardly a political dynasty.   Another powerful family was already well established politically, financially, and generationally.  If any family truly fits the image of blue blood American aristocracy, it is the Bush family.  Most of us are familiar with the father and son Presidencies of Bush 41 and 43, but the connection between politics and banking was firmly established by Bushes long before Bush 41.  In my research, I thought I had already seen some interesting "coincidences" but ended up discovering many more . . .


Samuel Prescott Bush was a railroad middle manager, then a steel company president and, during World War I, also a federal government official in charge of coordination of and assistance to major weapons contractors.  Samuel Prescott Bush was the father of Prescott Bush, grandfather of George H. W. Bush and great grandfather of G. W. Bush.  









Prescott Bush attended Yale, as did his paternal grandfather, and was a member of a fraternity as well as Skull and Bones secret society.  Prescott Bush was a Wall Street banker and United States Senator.   Although the bank on which he served as a director was seized by the government in 1942 under the Trading with the Enemy Act, Prescott Bush was not considered a Nazi sympathizer.  He was active politically in the 1950's, even in a photo or two with President Eisenhower.  He was long time friends with Nelson Rockefeller, of "the Rockefellers" who through an interesting chain of events ended up as the 41st Vice President serving with Gerald Ford. 



Prescott Bush was the father of George H. W. Bush, who has been a very powerful man behind the scenes for a number of decades.  He was a naval aviator through WWII.  He was basically a Texas Oilman through the 50s and was President of Zapata Oil from 1958 to 1964.  He was elected to the House of Representatives in 1966, but resigned to run for the Senate in 1970.  Upon losing that race, he was appointed Ambassador to the UN.  In 1972 amidst the beginning rumblings of the Watergate Scandal, Nixon asked Bush to become chairman of the Republican National Committee, and he accepted.  It would be George H. W. Bush who would then ask for Nixon's resignation in August of 1974.  At the time of Nixon's resignation, the country was without an elected VP, as Spiro Agnew had resigned over some old tax issues.  Gerald Ford was speaker of the House and he ascended to the top position of leadership in this nation.  He then chose Nelson Rockefeller.
I have to interject my little observation here, as it's always bothered me that George H. W. Bush was the only person alive and alert born before 1958 that claims to not remember exactly where he was when he heard the news President Kennedy had been shot.  Gerald Ford was on the Warren Commission that neatly wrapped the package of the lone assassin and magic bullet theory for a grieving American people.  The Watergate Scandal broke, but was "covered" before the 1972 election and in less than two years, both the VP and the President had resigned . . .  Ford's Secretary of Defense was none other than Donald Rumsfeld and George H. W. Bush became the head of the CIA.  Bush also served as enjoy to China through the Ford administration.

Conspiracy Theory?  I don't know if there were enough people involved to call it a conspiracy.  As to theory, it's called history.

When Ford lost the election to Carter in 1976, George H. W. Bush went back to the private sector for nearly four years before becoming Ronald Reagan's vice president.  He served in that capacity for both of Reagan's terms, and actually held the executive power on two different occasions through Reagan's health issues.  Another note from the author here . . . I could clearly see the early symptoms of Alzheimers in President Reagan through the Iran Contra hearings, so I have no idea how much power Mr. Bush actually had as VP.  Then of course, he became President in 1988.

One of the lesser known Bush sons was negatively instrumental in the Savings and Loan collapse in the early 90s, but that was neatly handled.  I still remember the Bush 41 speech, in which he shared his vision of a New World Order.  NAFTA was his baby, but it would be Clinton that brought that to us.  I've never understood how Clinton was re-elected in that anti-union legislation.  Clinton and George H. W. Bush have worked together raising charity funds since Clinton's second Presidential term ended, and the son of George H. W. Bush became our 43rd President.

When it comes to American politics, the Kennedys were but a brief moment compared to the Bush legacy.

YHWH has been sore displeased with your fathers.  a Prophet of Holy Scripture

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