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“America Is Gone” . . . ?


The Reverend James David Manning makes some very insightful and passionate observations about America, Trump, Blacks, Whites and spiritual warfare.  He can deliver a sermon that makes everyone, Blacks and Whites squirm with guilt.  Manning takes no prisoners.

I admire Dr.Manning’s passion.  He reminds me of my own passion which I’d almost forgotten and left to grow weak and apathetic.  And, as much as I hate to sound like Bill Clinton, I truly feel Pastor Manning’s pain as I, too, see this nation moving ever closer to destruction.

Reverend Manning is right.  Our political problems are actually spiritual problems.  Trump won’t make America Great Again.  Trump can’t make America Great Again–unless Americans first choose to make America spiritual again.  American will not be restored until Americans choose to regain and strengthen their Christian faith.

American is gone.  It won’t return unless and until we first turn back to our Father YHWH ha elohiym.

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Extraordinary Interview with George Soros


George Soros [courtesy Google Images]

George Soros
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George Soros is an 86-year old Hungarian multi-billionaire.  Somewhat like the “Goldfinger” character in the A.D. 1964 James Bond movie, Soros is determined to destroy The United States of America.   Soros strikes me an an ugly and wicked old man.  I’ve wondered for years why some “lone gunman” hasn’t whacked him.

Here’s an extraordinary video of a Soros interview where we can see that he’s become so feeble, shaky and almost incoherent that he’s likely to die or become completely incapacitated even before crooked Hillary.  I can’t say I’m displeased.

In any case, Soros has apparently lost his capacity for discretion and therefore made some extraordinary admissions during his interview.

For example, he said:

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•  “We have discovered the Achilles heel of western civilization.”

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Why would Soros gloat over that discovery if he didn’t intend to destroy “western civilization”?  Of what use could an “Achilles Heel” be if not as a means to destroy an adversary?

What is the “western civilization” that Soros seeks to destroy?

At it’s foundation, “western civilization” is Christendom.  It’s a civilization, culture and system of values that’s fundamentally based on the Christian faith.  Soros is apparently at war with Christianity and the Christ.
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Adask Video On MOOA, Sovereignty & Spiritual Warfare


The following is a video of a speech I delivered in A.D. 2012 at a Black church on the South side of Dallas.  I’d forgotten about it.

Today, a friend sent me a current link.  If I say so myself, this video offers a good summary of my fundamental notions on “Man Or Other Animals” (MOOA) laws, individual sovereignty and spiritual warfare.  It may take some effort, but if you can understand this presentation, you’ll understand what this blog is all about.  It’s worth you time.

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Hillary Communes with Eleanor


Hillary Clinton    Eleanor Roosevelt "Mirror, mirror, on the wall . . . ." [courtesy Google Images]

Hillary Clinton                   Eleanor Roosevelt
“Mirror, mirror, on the wall . . . .”
[courtesy Google Images]

This isn’t exactly news.  Apparently, it’s been known for a number of years that Hillary Clinton (a living candidate for the Democrat nomination for President of the United States) has, in the past, routinely “communicated” with Eleanor Roosevelt (the dead wife of former President Franklin D. Roosevelt).  Presumably, Hillary still communes with Eleanor.  (No word on whether their relationship is strictly platonic.)

But all of that is news to me.  In fact, it’s an astonishment to me.  It’s even scary to me because the mere idea that a woman who openly admits that she communes with the dead could even be considered as a candidate for President seems virtually incomprehensible.  To me, if we wind up with Hillary in the White House, it will another (after Obama, the Kenyan Muslim) judgement and curse by God on the United States.

I cannot explain Obama’s election except as a judgment and curse by God.  How th’ helk did America nominate and elect a man to the presidency who can’t even produce a birth certificate?  Is that even possible without God’s intervention?

Likewise, how th’ helk can enough Americans even consider voting for and electing a woman for President who openly communes with the dead?  I can’t see her candidacy having any success whatsoever except as a curse by God on the United States.

Obama’s election is not politics as usual.  Neither is Hillary’s candidacy.

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Logical Consequences


Pick Your Premises; Pick Your Destiny [courtesy Google Images]

Pick Your Premises;
Pick Your Destiny
[courtesy Google Images]

Beliefs matter.  Profoundly.

Whenever you embrace a particular belief, it becomes a premise in your life.  Based on that premise, your logic will compel you to act in one way or another.

For example, depending on whether you believe in God or believe there is no god, your conduct in life will be profoundly different. Based on the fundamental premise of belief, an atheist has a completely different set of logical goals, values, inhibitions and even compulsions as compared to a Christian.  Actions which atheists find logically compelling can be anathema for Christians.

As another example, consider negative interest rates.  That concept seems absurd to most, but to those who understand and embrace the premise of debt-based monetary system, negative interest rates are a reasonable, rational and even necessary concept.  The logic of the first premise (debt-based money) compels the consequence of negative interest rates.

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Who/What is End Times “Babylon”?


I’m not a student of End Times.  I should be, but I’ve never gotten around to it.  Over the years, I’ve read a couple of books, chapters in the Bible, a number of articles and, of course, I’ve seen an assortment of internet videos on the subject.

However, to be a real student of End Times, I think I’d need to dedicate three months, six months, maybe a year or more to intense and exclusive study of that subject.  Just me, my Bible and my computer to slowly assemble and analyze all of the Biblical “pieces” to the End Times puzzle   So far, I haven’t had or made the time to do that.

Nevertheless, I’ve held a couple of superficial opinions on the subject that have been fairly consistent for the past 30 years.  For example, I’ve accepted the notion that the End Times “whore” that sits on “seven hills” must be the Catholic Church.  I’ve also supposed (and feared) that the United States might be the “Babylon” that’s destroyed in one hour or one day in Revelation.  I’ve never said or thought that those opinions were absolutely true, but I’ve accepted them as likely.

So, I was much surprised by the following video which, among other things, claims that there’s another city besides Rome (and the Vatican) that also sits on “seven hills“.  That city is located in Saudi Arabia and is the site of Islam’s holiest shrine:  Mecca. Based on a large number of Bible verses, the video argue that that Rome, the Catholics, New York City and the United States can’t be the “Babylon” of End Times.  Instead, the End Times “Babylon” must be associated with Islam and Mecca.

As I started to listen to the video, I thought, Oh-my-gosh, here’s another one of those crackpot theories.  I thought it was crazy. But, since I’d never before heard the argument that the End Times “Babylon” was Islam, I was curious.  So, I continued to listen to see what I could learn.  After five or ten minutes of skeptical listening, I began to think that the Islam-is-Babylon theory made a lot of sense.

The video hasn’t yet convinced me that the End Times “Babylon” must be associated with the Islamic faith and/or Mecca.  I’d have to verify every item of scripture that was quoted in the video to see that it wasn’t falsely interpreted before I began to believe the theory.  Still, the video makes arguments that impress me as possible, persuasive and interesting.

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Debt Forgiveness


[courtesy Google Images]

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If asked why I write and publish articles, most people would probably guess that I want to “teach” whatever it is that I know (or think I know).

They’d be wrong.

I don’t write to teach, I write to learn

Something interesting crosses my mind.  I’m drawn (I think by our Father YHWH ha Elohiym) to write about it.  As I do, word-by-word and phrase-by-phrase, I often find new insight(s) that I never imagined before I started writing the article.  Thus, I learn from writing. 

Learning excites me.  Writing is exciting.

This is not to say that everything I “learn” from writing is true.  But much of what I learn is interesting (at least to me) and new (at least to me).

I don’t publish articles in order to teach.  I publish to share what I’ve most recently learned.

The following article is an example of the writing-is-learning process.  I started out to write a 1,200 word article.  I ended with nearly 4,200 words.  The extra 3,200 words were necessary for me to learn some lessons and insights that I found fascinating.

I hope you’ll also find the lessons I learned to be interesting and, to some degree, true.

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