Thursday, June 08, 2017

The James Comey Delightfully Splendid Disinformation Reality Show Extravaganza

The James Comey show is the latest wildly happenin' "reality" extravaganza those among the mainline mainstream media are slobbering over. It is clear they just desperately want that smoking gun to emerge so they can once and for all rid the universe of their bane of existence, Donald Trump.

I'm not paying much attention to it except that it is apparent there is truly nothing there, at least within the confines of World System prosecution.

Still, the disinformation explodes like never before.

One very interesting thing was the response former FBI director Comey had to a question about a particular New York Times report of note. I haven't the faintest idea what was in the report -- it was probably something about how evil the Russians were or how evil the Trump foreign policy team was or any of those things. The answer itself is the thing that is revealing:

“In the main – it was not true, the challenge -- and I’m not picking on reporters -- about writing stories about classified information is that people talking about it often don’t really know what is going on. And those of us who actually know what’s going on aren’t talking about it. And we don’t call the press to say, hey, you got that thing wrong about this sensitive topic. We just have to leave it there.”

Hmm, I wondered after reading this statement.

Does anybody actually care about who's actually driving the narrative? That is, who are the people who are telling the System metaphone-holders what to say and what to do -- do because of their decisions about what to shove in Americans psyches about what they are to believe about things? That's the doing -- these people have a job to do at the behest of the powerful and quite officially authorized atheist, humanist agenda-setters.

As Comey relates, lots of stuff government does must be kept confidential -- even calling journalists on their claims exposes information in some way so they just can't even do that. But just the veritable claim that so many boastful idiots think they know what they're doing. They haven't a clue -- they just haven't the faintest idea how they're being played.

They think they're all over the inquisitive, and the acquisitive, and the righteous standard-bearing, and they're not. From the Times editor-in-chief to its lowest beat reporter, they're just useful idiots.

Does anybody truly ask from where do those people get their world view that so infects all of this? Is anyone willing to reflect on the elements of that world view they themselves hold simply because they've been hypnotically entranced to believe it -- much of it conveyed through the brilliantly eloquent articulations of the New York Times and all its subdivisions?

Are they willing to call themselves on it and turn to the truth about things, better, to the One Who Is Truth And Grace Himself?

My latest home page piece gets into it a bit, that is here. Here was one from a few years ago on the disinformation itself. I invite you to peruse the entire webzine to get a feel about who's really, actually running things ultimately leading up to wall-to-wall commercial-free coverage of a "reality" show that is only arranged to further captivate a reprobate populace.

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

It Is Always About Your God

On September 24, 2015, the pope of the Roman Catholic Church spoke to the entire U.S. Congress in the House of Representatives chamber. He was received with ravishing applause, and as he spoke the then-Speaker of the House and top Republican leader John Boehner blubbered.

The very day after this event Boehner not only resigned his Speaker position but left the Congress all together. This was portrayed as nothing but a minor political calculation, something similar to "I want to spend more time with my family", and was summarily dismissed as of no matter by just about everyone.

I'm pretty sure I know why Boehner bolted, and while I'm pretty sure some could see this, I saw no one write or speak about it.

The pope, a seasoned Jesuit, very eloquently made the case that the U.S. government needed to get off its ass and start helping people more -- way more, because there was this disadvantaged person and that disadvantaged person and think of the suffering. Boehner simply could not reconcile his intense Catholic devotion with the supposed Republican agenda of making sure disadvantaged people continue to suffer through lack of government action.

He simply couldn't handle the agonizing disconnect anymore.

Boehner is merely one of millions hypnotized by the idea that government simply must confiscate the productive value of some people in order to hand it over to other people, and if you disagree with that then you must be some kind of bigoted racist Neanderthal.

Now please know that this is legitimate activity of Cain's legacy -- comprised chiefly of the U.S. government, the Roman Catholic Church, and the banking system. It is designed specifically to keep people outside of the Kingdom of God from murdering one another in spite of their insatiably murderous desires.

This means that everything anyone does is determined by which god they worship. Even if they claim to worship no god they are still worshipping something man-made, man-devised, man-imagined. Thing is, what hath that belief wrought?

The question is not only, what does your god tell you to do, but where did the things he tells you come from?

There is so much idiocy pumped into the World System by people with the most vibrant devotion to their god, whatever it is, so much of it to propel the Society's work of destabilizing everything so they may have their way with your soul. It is so much that I try to put some of it down in my webzine and in my blog.

I'm writing this post simply to direct your attention to a few more of those observations I've put in my latest home page piece.

Thing is, there is so much more.

I may get to it sometime.

Saturday, April 15, 2017

The Oracle Soup

I was in Barnes and Noble tonight, doing the browsing thing which I love to do. I have a teacher's discount, so occasionally I'll pick up a book I'd like, as I did tonight.

Couple of books caught my eye, and I may or may not read them.

One was The Entitlement Cure by John Townsend, who was quite the formidable influence on my young adult life, teaching me about bonding and boundaries. He's an extraordinarily wise man, and this latest looks like more of the same regarding something I've thought for quite some time. I did leaf through it a bit, though not much because I don't think it is quite right to read whole sections of a book that isn't purchased.

The part I did see though confirmed what I thought. That when you think people owe you something, life is pretty miserable. Among those few words I caught were "entitlement pockets", meaning there are at least some things we think we're owed no matter how gracious and deferential we are. It would be good to identify the things we think we're owed and examine them, ultimately laying them at the feet of Christ.

The other book was The Spider Network, and this was about the LIBOR scandal and how it was birthed and grew. Amazing that a few people were given the task of setting interest rates that affected the capital movement of so much by so many. The LIBOR exploiters decided they could make some big money by shifting those rates to favor their own portfolios.

What so many don't get here is that this is just another form of human sacrifice, and as much as this truth is sloughed off as religious fairy tale folderol, more and more people get away with murdering others because they can.

This morning while doing some desk work I needed to do, I listened to Greg Koukl's weekly podcast, and he interviewed Douglas Axe, a biologist who's essentially proven Darwinian evolution false. Fascinating interview, but the last thing he mentioned was an illustration he called "Oracle Soup."

If I came up to you and said, hey, here's alphabet soup in this bowl, but this is great because it will spell out the instructions for an invention you can make and profit from. Simply cover the top of the bowl, then swirl the soup around, and take the lid off and there you see -- the instructions. Take a picture, then repeat. Look again, further instructions! How about that.

Not even halfway through you'd be thinking me insane.

The point Axe made is, why do we so readily accept the primordial soup explanation for the origin of life? It is really no different than the Oracle Soup explanation.

I've recently thought, what if someone found out I'm a follower of Christ and they said, very politely mind you, "Do you actually believe that?" See, it isn't a matter of belief in the truth of a thing, it is true no matter what I believe. Jesus and His life and His work are factually, forensically, historically truthful things. Therefore, I think I'm now going to say in response, "Huh, you sticking to the ground, why is that?"

"Um, gravity."

You can see what I'm going to say. "Do you actually believe that?"

The someone I'm speaking with would most likely be aghast. "What are you talking about?"

"Prove gravity."


Now I'm pretty okay with gravity, but it still has all kinds of assumptions attached to it. What's the actual truth about things?

While the Oracle Soup story is meant to show that the Darwinian explanation is sorely lacking yet pretty much just assumed, it can't end there. For you see, there are actual words in the soup.

It is just they were arranged by God. That's the main take away, really. God spells out a lot of words, not only in the design of nature (what biologists like Axe are doing) but in the words of Scripture. God is true, and every man a liar -- unless they genuinely acquiesce to The Truth.

In my devotional time I'm reading Jeremiah, again -- I like Jeremiah because of his fortitude in speaking with people who were tremendously dense. He loved them with God's love -- telling them plainly what was what.

Every time I read Jeremiah I am struck by something I didn't see before, something amazing. This one was in verse 18 of the 18th chapter. Here's Jeremiah telling everyone the bad news, telling them to get ready and, in a sense: unload all their senses of entitlements -- and guess what they said. Go ahead, look there, in that verse, go ahead. It's right there in plain English from the Hebrew:

"They said, 'Come, let's make plans against Jeremiah; for the teaching of the law by the priests will not cease, nor the counsel of the wise, nor the word from the prophets. So come, let's attack him with our tongues and pay no attention to anything he says.'"

There may be a lot more to this, yes, I'm not the scholar on this or anything, but I can't think this isn't much other than people being told the truth and then refusing to accept it based on the idea that a whole bunch of smart-sounding people emphatically tell them to never-mind.

They did it back in 600 B.C. with Jeremiah, and they're doing it now.

Some things never change.

Saturday, April 08, 2017

The Truth is Not Dead - We're Just Waiting for the New York Times Version of Truth to Die

Recently Time magazine did a modern take on its famous cover from 1966, "Is God Dead?" At that time many were abandoning formal religion for the hinterlands of alternative spiritualities, what with the ability to travel to and communicate with other cultures becoming faster and easier.

"Hey! Wow! Look at this cool spiritual thing here in India! Hmm, Hinduism and all the karma and reincarnation and all that cool stuff! Or over here! Buddhism where you can just let it all go because it's all nothing anyway! Cool!"

A lot of these ideas wove their way into more liberal theological pronouncements consuming some of the more eminent seminaries, and quite a few people then headed off to Woodstock-like events rather than those stodgy old concrete churches.

Today our "post-truth" society now wonders, "Is Truth Dead?" Funny, for that statement to be meaningful, truth must be alive. While it is easy to understand the sentiment, this is why asking that question is silly. The truth is -- ahem, if you'll excuse me -- the truth is that there is only truth. No falsehood, only truth.

Yes, people can fool you, but they can only get away with it if there is a truth to twist. There does seem to be so much more "twisting" today for the same precise reason they earlier asked if God was dead, because of faster and easier communications. Who do we listen to, who do we trust? So many voices out there, all clamoring for my attention!

The New York Times has a version of the truth that it is maniacally pounding into the hearts and minds of an unwitting populace. Much of that agenda I elucidated in this home page piece, and how they do it I detailed in this piece. In fact the full thrust of my web ministry is to expound on the contrast between what the System is doing to you and what Jesus Christ has done for you.

Sadly, not many pay much attention. Doesn't matter if it's my own web work, I simply don't see much wisdom about truth out there at all, from anywhere. The reason is simple, but that reason is a certain truth most people fiercely dismiss because it hits too hard at their New York Times entrenched version of truthful things.

The truth is that all of this is driven by the Roman Catholic Church. The church visible does it by pointing out all the evils all around and then stepping up and laboring ceaselessly to show how great they are at working through it all. All of Rome's subdivisions follow its lead. Those subdivisions include the 501c3 churches who are either doing the liberal thing schlurping up rabid endorsement of sodomy and infanticide, or the conservative thing wrapping themselves in the American flag and gripping their guns as security blankets. Even churches with members who have at least some substantial savvy when it comes to respecting and living the words of Scripture are infected to some degree.

The church invisible is the militant arm of Rome, interestingly called the "Society of Jesus". Too often I hear about "society" doing this or "society" doing that. Hmm, quite true, and they do so much of it through channels most don't see, like the New York Times. The Society does everything it does to draw people into a deeper, richer relationship with Rome, and they do it by stirring up revulsion for insidiously created and deftly arranged threats whether political, financial, military, or all of them together, and then seeing if their prey rails and rips and rebels to further the legitimacy of Rome.

It is so hypnotically enticing.

It is just Scripture says if you have Jesus' lordship on your heart, then come out of that.

But it only works if you're trusting in the -- ahem -- truthful Jesus. Please, He knows how easy we can be fooled, so He's good with you telling Him about being fooled, letting Him walk with you on your journey to know truthful things, talking with Him about those things each day.

Then you'll viscerally understand that truthful thing everyone truly ultimately wants, and that is genuine love.

I was reading in the first letter of John this morning, and wow, there was the fourth chapter. Read it, go ahead, right there, read the truthful things about love.

And let Him open your eyes and ears and mind and heart to what is true.

Friday, March 03, 2017

"Certainty Starts Wars"

"Certainty starts wars" earned wild applause when proudly blurted by Andrew Garfield on a recent episode of the Stephen Colbert show. Colbert's show is an excellent place to learn about the things World Ops pack into the minds of a rapt audience ill-equipped to understand how the devil is toying with them.

Garfield has been the acclaimed star of two reasonably well-received films, Hacksaw Ridge and Silence. Both have a Roman Catholic connection. The former was made by Mel Gibson, a devout Roman Catholic and a controversial filmmaker whose stirring epics are smothered with the most grisly violent content. The latter is a historical drama about Jesuit priests who have crises of faith when they visit Japan and endure some persecution -- I humbly admit I have seen neither film but I do have some general knowledge about the substance of each.

Garfield and Colbert were bantering about this thing certainty when the idea was brought up that certainly is terrifying. This resounded with the audience, who in some measure represents a pretty wide swath of Americans. The idea is all over the place, it is not hard to see: If you are certain about things, you are dangerous. How often do you see that, if not merely intimated just flat-out explicitly bellowed.

Thing is, to the person who says "CERTAINTY IS DANGEROUS!!!" I'd like to ask a simple question.

Are you certain about that?

To say certainty is terrifying or certainty starts wars or certainty is dangerous is just plain stupid. It is perfectly rational, mind you -- people hate feeling browbeat with something true which painfully upends their apple-cart. The key is that it is just not righteous.

But then appealing to this thing righteousness does require firm and unshakable belief in God, and how many of the enthused Colbert viewers have a well-grounded understanding of God and who He is and what He is about? In looking at George Barna's research, I'd say the answer is pretty few.

If you don't have The Standard from whom to learn, to gain knowledge, to glean wisdom, to feel and think and speak and act righteously, then you're left with a harrowing world of despair and loneliness no matter how smiley you are and above-it-all you claim to be.

I got the word about this Colbert interaction on Greg Koukl's fine podcast, and I encourage you to listen to it. Koukl very insightfully points out it isn't certainty that is the problem, it is what people believe they are certain about. World System devotees like Colbert's fans can't see that they too think they're certain about things, and one of those things is they're certain they really want to avoid knowing the truth about their true spiritual peril. Of course they replace that knowledge with System generated pap that makes them feel really good about their benighted ignorance.

The main reason I mention the Colbert phenomena is to direct you to my latest home page piece, and it is all about truth and understanding in light of everything the World tries to pump into people's souls. For you Rulers of Evil fans I include a commemorative mention of Tupper Saussy, who passed away ten years ago this month. I invite you to visit my site, and let me know what you think, I'd love to hear from you.

In that piece also briefly share some thoughts about C.S. Lewis' The Last Battle, and as I'm finishing that book for the third time I'm struck by the features of the end of the age. Lewis describes well people who are so given over to the devil that they can't help but experience the depth of blindness, deafness, and dumbness that marauds through everything. 

My point is right now I see so many people out there who while very smart and very intelligent and very thoughtful and even very kind and gracious and pleasant --

Are still extraordinarily dead.

Really. You can see it in their eyes. No matter how much of a wonderful thing someone is, without Christ they are deader than a door nail.

I do think about Jesus returning, and I do want it very much -- "Come quickly Lord Jesus" as Scripture says often enough. But then, my heart is for those people. I hope Jesus doesn't come for another 10,000 years if it means these people will get it, will find Him.

Funny, in Luke is one of the signs of the imminent return of Jesus, from the 21st chapter: "Men [will] faint from fear and the expectation of things which are coming upon the world; for the powers of heaven will be shaken."

Sometimes I feel great sorrow, I confess, I do. They are just so lost, and desperate -- and dead. From just my own little ministry writing world here -- webzine, blog -- I'd love to know even a few people are coming to Christ in even the smallest part because of even the littlest thing I've shared.

I'd love to worship God in Spirit and in Truth with those who are certain He loves them and joyfully receives our worship.

That's what I want more than anything.