If you don’t know of Steve Quayle you should. He is having a 3 day conference next month in Branson with a lot of good speakers.
If you don’t know of Steve Quayle you should. He is having a 3 day conference next month in Branson with a lot of good speakers.
Just wondering when the hell the “Christians” are going to start speaking up? (about the evil their government is committing) As far as I can tell they are as silent as the Christians in Nazi Germany were during Hitlers rise to power.
They did not learn a damned thing from that bit of history it seems.
IMHO if you decide to take the low road and remain silent, you richly deserve the FEMA camp or guillotine blade that you are on a direct course to meet.
The UK Turns Its Back On Its Christian Roots
The UK is turning its back on Christians. Many have applied for asylum only to be denied. Judith Bergman stated that when the anti-Christian United Nations presented a list recommending 1,358 Syrians for refugee status and subsequent resettlement in Britain, that only four were Christian. The rest were Muslim. However, the UN was kind compared to the UK government. At the end of the day, the UK would not accept even one Christian, but did accept 1,112 Muslims.
The UK decision to maroon Christians, who would face a dire threat, ignored the fact 10 percent of the population of Syria is Christian. The UK’s actions are blatantly biased against Christians.
Let me play devil’s advocate, for a minute, by pointing out my concerns with statements made on the above “about” page:
(FWIW every gun group without exception, it seems, accepts these anti liberty “group-think” slogans, so I am picking on MGC in particular.)
1.) “While professed pro-gun legislators have a majority in both chambers, Missouri lags behind many other states in protecting the rights of law abiding gun owners.”
Why do people that claim to be educated in the concept of liberty, assert that if someone is not “law abiding” (such as maybe being a christian in some countries) that somehow your right to self defense disappears? Do any of these people think before they type? Doesn’t this imply that law breaking gun owners have no rights? (It’s foundational in Western law that everyone has rights, all of the time. Even “lawbreakers”)
Fact of the matter is that if a gun owner is not law abiding, to the extent that he is incarcerated, his weapons, are kept from him, by the fact that he can’t bring them into the prison. However the day this person gets out, even if a convicted 1st degree murder, he get’s access to his guns back that very same day. At least that is the way this country worked, and was supposed to work, until the US Congress, instituted the Nazi gun Control Act in the US and renamed it the “1968 Gun Control Act”. Americans up to that point understood that the right can ever be taken away (or regulated for that matter) as that is the very definition of a right. Close to 100 years of government monopoly schooling has produced individuals that have no clue as to what their rights are, or the proper function of government, according to the founders and our founding documents. That is how over the top, disgusting slave-speak like: “law abiding gun owners” get into the lexicon. Isn’t this an oxymoron of the highest level? What does following the law have to do with a right, since a legitimate law can not take a right away)
2.) “In 2015 year alone, numerous states signed Constitutional Carry into law and made progress in advancing Stand-Your-Ground law – yet both of these bills died again this year in Jefferson City.”
“Laws” do not give us our rights. The second amendment recognizes the fact that we had and still have a pre existing right of self defense. We need no “laws” to tell us this. Further “Laws” can do nothing but restrict this right. People that speak and act like this, are again very clearly illustrating that they do not even understand the basic concept of a right. This is scary, when the more educated of us, are still missing the philosophical elephants in the room.
The solution IMHO, the only real one that will get us off of the hamster wheel of trying to enact legislation is to educate the public as to what their rights are. Passing legislation is nothing more than licking your masters boot, for a few permissions, as government can not grant rights.
Think about it, and I welcome your comments below.
Lastly please contact this group with your thoughts, and if their answers convince you that they are philosophically on firm ground, then buy a membership, and support them.
While I despise the machiavellian compromises, that they are making, perhaps it is necessary, but that does not mean that we should not have a less myopic, longer term goal and methodology planned out.(Like educating the public perhaps)
I plan on purchasing a membership, even if we may have a difference of opinion. These are not the times for a house divided. Not at all and after all they are keeping the wolf from the door for the time being, as expedient as the method may be.
EMF stands for “electro-magnetic field.” EMFs themselves are neither bad nor good. They are all around us, even though we cannot see them. In fact, naturally occurring EMFs are a vital component of the earth’s connection with the cosmos. They help the planet, the weather, the oceans, and our bodies be on just the right “schedule” for life to flourish!
Humans, like all life, are electrical beings. We need to be in “resonance” with the earth for optimal health. The earth, and our bodies, resonate at a frequency that has been around 7.8 Hz for thousands of years. Man-made devices emit a frequency on the EMF scale as well. The problem with these frequencies, however, is that their place on the frequency scale, their intensity, and their shape are not in alignment with life. They are too high or sporadic (or both) to support life. Constant exposure to man-made EMFs cause us to be off-balance – and the consequences for health can be dire.
In relation to melatonin production in particular, high exposure to EMFs – and especially the “blue light” produced by cell phone and computer screens – can create a vicious cycle. As mentioned above, EMFs shut off melatonin production. In turn, this affects sleep. The result of less quality sleep is less melatonin production. Less production means less quality sleep, and so on. Before you know it, you are caught up in a stressful cycle that can only lead to disease…………..” Read More
August 11, 2018
……Sunlight better than water fluoridation?
Severe dental caries (cavities) in preschool children are more related to low blood levels of vitamin D rather than lack of use of fluoride toothpaste or fluoridated drinking water. (Fluoride helps harden dental enamel and thus makes teeth resistant to acid-forming bacteria that induce cavities.)
One study reveals children with vitamin D blood levels below 50 nanomole per blood sample are at greater risk for dental decay. It is not surprising to learn vitamin D supplementation during pregnancy is associated with a reduction in dental decay in infants……..
This is a compelling arguement. This article’s argument is my arguement. But Americans seem to know little to nothing about liberty and freedom.
Americans are so dumbed down they don’t even see the real monopolies that are in the room. i.e. the government schools, our monopoly health care system systems, that includes doctors, dentists,and pharmacists. Our monopoly legal defense system consisting of BAR attorneys. How about our monopoly money system run by the Federal Reserve?
We have plenty of real monopolies and they are what we should be concerned with.
Note: FWIW I disagree with the author’s assertion that big tech has gotten to where they are on a level playing field. They demonstrably have not. It is the unlevel playing field that is at fault, and needs to be corrected, not necessarily any actions by the companies themselves. For whatever reasons dumbed down Americans will be misguided to attack symptoms, and to ignore the causes, time after time after time, and never seem to learn a thing. Please comment below if you wish to flesh this out.
Facebook, Twitter, YouTube et al who are censoring people and content have a right to do that. Calling them monopolies or public utilities is the wrong way to go. Stressing their “power” is the wrong way to go, by which I mean it contradicts libertarian thinking about products and free markets. Worrying about free speech in the context of their censorship is likewise a losing and flawed argument. Forcing companies to provide a forum of free and/or diverse speech is not compatible with freedom.
Talking about applying anti-trust to these companies is the wrong way to go, in a libertarian analysis. Why? Being a big company or being the main company at present in a market doesn’t give a company real and lasting power as long as the market is open to the entry of competition. As far as I know, the market for communications fora is open. This means there are not insuperable barriers that prevent competitors from arising with new products that siphon customers from the present companies.
I could be wrong about market openness if these companies have wrongly buttressed their positions by patents that never should have been granted, in which case the appropriate targets are the laws that allow monopolization by that means. However, the analysis below assumes that other tech companies are feasible and exist right now that can substitute for Facebook et al. Alternatively, it assumes that entrepreneurs can find ways of delivering internet content and communications without the intermediation of these companies by other pathways. …..Read More
Illinois is not a good place to live. They more than other states can use the Federal money for putting children into the white slavery pipeline. (and IMHO that is the driving force for this abomination often called CPS)
by Health Impact News/MedicalKidnap.com Staff
Like many Americans, Mary Sweeney and Cedric Roberts believed that Child Protective Services was made up of “the good guys,” the ones who protect children from bad parents who abuse their children. They didn’t realize that a trip to the emergency room puts normal, loving parents at risk of losing their children.
Mary wanted to make sure that everything was fine after a simple accidental injury, but the trip to the ER resulted in all 4 of their children being taken from them.
It could have happened to anyone.
The suburban Chicago couple spent the summer without their children, including infant twins, because a Child Abuse Pediatrician in another state has accused them of abusing one of their babies.
The doctor never saw the baby in person. A fracture the doctor diagnosed ended up being a glare on her screen. There was no fracture. It was a mistake.
Even so, Illinois Department of Child and Family Services (DCFS) has not returned the children to their parents.
Mary and Cedric have been together for 16 years. The couple has a 9-year-old daughter, 6-year-old son, and twin boys who were born prematurely on March 24. Mary says: …….Read More
By Dave Hodges:
Today’s pastors are more concerned with preserving their 5013c tax exempt status which prevents them from taking political and moral stands. Metaphorically, today’s pastors are standing with their right arms raised toward the Nazis of the modern era. Silence is capitulation. But even the Nazi-era pastors have been outdone by the American pastors because most German pastors did not assist with death camp roundups. However, American pastors have crossed that line.
by: Dave Hodges
Smart meters emit dangerous radiation. They over-bill consumers. They will be used to control energy use. The people of New Mexico have said “enough”. Their state regulatory commission said no more smart meters. The state of New Mexico said no to the New World Order. Here’s the story… Read More
Reason revealed that Senate Democrats are planning to takeover the Internet using EU-style data ‘protection’ laws. A document entitled ‘Potential Policy Proposals for Regulation of Social Media and Technology Firms,’ written by Senator Mark Warner (D-VA), includes mandates for identity verification, location identification, and bot labeling. Gary Gileno says the goal is to introduce Chinese-style censorship and social-credit scores to control the masses. He concludes that politicians will never stomp out censorship because they like it, and that only the people solve these problems. He is not optimistic about the future. -GEG
All your base are belong to us. A leaked memo circulating among Senate Democrats contains a host of bonkers authoritarian proposals for regulating digital platforms, purportedly as a way to get tough on Russian bots and fake news. To save American trust in “our institutions, democracy, free press, and markets,” it suggests, we need unprecedented and undemocratic government intervention into online press and markets, including “comprehensive (GDPR-like) data protection legislation” of the sort enacted in the E.U.
Titled “Potential Policy Proposals for Regulation of Social Media and Technology Firms,” the draft policy paper—penned by Sen. Mark Warner and leaked by an unknown source to Axios—the paper starts out by noting that Russians have long spread disinformation, including when “the Soviets tried to spread ‘fake news’ denigrating Martin Luther King” (here he fails to mention that the Americans in charge at the time did the same). But NOW IT’S DIFFERENT, because technology.
“Today’s tools seem almost built for Russian disinformation techniques,” Warner opines. And the ones to come, he assures us, will be even worse.
Here’s how Warner is suggesting we deal: ….Read More