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Praising Communism

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , on September 24, 2021 by andelino

In a historic display of anger and frustration, thousands of demonstrators took to the streets in cities and towns across Cuba, calling for an end to the island’s Communist dictatorship. Republican politicians in the United States took this opportunity to condemn communism and send messages of solidarity to the Cuban people. Yet prominent Democrats have been slow to respond to protests against the Communist Party of Cuba. Five days after the protest started, “Fraud-In-Chief” Joe Biden was pressured into denouncing communism as a “universally failed system,” but more radical Democrats faulted the U.S. embargo against Cuba for the unrest and criticized Biden for upholding it.

After the protests began, Sen. Bernie Sanders called for the U.S. to lift its embargo, saying it has “only hurt, not helped, the Cuban people.” Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez echoed her mentor’s comments, saying, “The embargo is absurdly cruel and, like too many other U.S. policies targeting Latin Americans, the cruelty is the point. I outright reject the Biden administration’s defense of the embargo. It is never acceptable for us to use cruelty as a point of leverage against everyday people.”

Both Sanders and Ocasio-Cortez are self-described democratic socialists and supporters of the Black Lives Matter movement, so their support for the Communist Party of Cuba is not unexpected. The Democratic Socialists of America’s international committee declared its solidarity with the Cuban government, and the Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation issued a statement just days later praising the Communist regime and condemning the U.S. for opposing it.

“Black Lives Matter condemns the U.S. federal government’s inhumane treatment of Cubans, and urges it to immediately lift the economic embargo,” the group wrote in an official statement posted to Instagram. “This cruel and inhuman policy, instituted with the explicit intention of destabilizing the country and undermining Cubans right to choose their own government, is at the heart of Cuba’s current crisis. Cuba has historically demonstrated solidarity with oppressed peoples of African descent, from protecting black revolutionaries like Assata Shakur through granting her asylum, to supporting black liberation struggles in Angola, Mozambique, Guinea Bissau, and South Africa.”

Shakur was a member of both the Black Panther Party and the Black Liberation Army. After killing a New Jersey state trooper in 1973, she fled to Communist Cuba and received political asylum from Fidel Castro. Despite the fact that she is on the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Most Wanted List, Shakur still receives asylum in Cuba today. So Black Lives Matter is praising Cuba for harboring a domestic terrorist and for supporting Communist revolutionaries in various African nations.

This is not the first time Black Lives Matter has publicly declared its support for the Communist dictatorship established by Fidel Castro. In 2016, the group published a eulogy for the recently deceased Castro, saying “We are feeling many things as we awaken to a world without Fidel Castro. There is an overwhelming sense of loss, complicated by fear and anxiety. Although no leader is without their flaws, we must push back against the rhetoric of the right and come to the defense of El Comandante. From Fidel, we know that revolution is sparked by an idea, by radical imaginings, which sometimes take root first among just a few dozen people coming together in the mountains. It can be a tattered group of meager resources, like in Sierra Maestra in 1956 or St. Elmo Village in 2013.”

The Sierra Maestra mountains were where Fidel and Raúl Castro, along with Che Guevara, took refuge in 1956 after returning to Cuba from exile in Mexico. It was from this base that Castro and his followers launched the revolution that ended in the Communist takeover of Cuba. This editorial is comparing Castro’s Communist insurgents to the would-be revolutionaries who met in Patrisse Cullors’s house in St. Elmo Village, California, to found Black Lives Matter in 2013.

Nikole Hannah-Jones, the founder of the debunked “1619 Project,” is also a supporter of the equalizing power of socialism. In an interview with Vox, she said, “If you want to see the most equal, multiracial, it’s not a democracy, but the most equal multiracial country in our hemisphere, it would be Cuba. Cuba has the least inequality between black and white people of any place in the hemisphere.”

Black Cubans are at the forefront of the demonstrations against communism, exposing the lie that the Democratic Socialists of America and Black Lives Matter are about protecting black people. People like Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors and her colleagues are “trained Marxists” who see parallels between their movement and the rise of Castro in Cuba. They are tearing down America’s constitutional system of government and replacing it with communism.

While Black Lives Matter may masquerade as a human rights group, its 13 guiding principles espouse globalism, collectivism, socialism and the destruction of “the Western-prescribed nuclear family structure.” The Movement for Black Lives, the name for the 50 organizations representing the ideology of Black Lives Matter, released a policy statement in 2016 unabashedly calling for collective ownership of resources, banks and businesses; a highly progressive income tax; a guaranteed minimum income; and other planks from Karl Marx’s Communist Manifesto.

A poll released by Civis Analytics suggests that up to 26 million Americans participated in protests over the death of George Floyd, suggesting that Black Lives Matter may be the largest protest movement in U.S. history. This movement is being hijacked by Communist revolutionaries—people need to sit up and take note of what is happening to their country.

Marx wrote in Communist Manifesto that communism “abolishes all religion and all morality.” In his poem “The Fiddler,” he expressed a tremendous thirst for destruction: “Till heart’s bewitched, till senses reel: With Satan, I have struck my deal. He chalks the signs, beats time for me, I play the death march fast and free.” Like other 19th-century socialists, Marx employed Satan as a symbol of workers’ revolt against divine authority. Biographer Robert Payne wrote that Marx “had the devil’s view of the world and the devil’s malignity. Sometimes he seemed to know that he was accomplishing works of evil.”

Marx’s son-in-law, Edward Aveling, was a self-described Satanist, as were his radical anarchist colleagues Mikhail Bakunin, William Godwin and Pierre-Joseph Proudhon.

It is not as common today for socialists to identify as Satanists, but the late Saul Alinsky dedicated his book Rules of Radicals to “the first radical known to man who rebelled against the establishment and did it so effectively that he at least won his own kingdom—Lucifer.” And the most influential socialist in America today, Barack Obama, was a teacher of Alinsky’s principles at the University of Chicago. He also wrote a chapter for the book “After Alinsky: Community Organizing in Illinois.”

Like Satan, Marxism promises a utopian society where everyone is equal to God in authority, but it delivers only the worst form of tyranny where the strong rule those weaker than themselves—without mercy and unrestrained by any law. It should come as no surprise that the ideology laid out in the Communist Manifesto has directly caused the brutal murders of more than 100 million people.

“Even those who see there is a real problem in America today don’t recognize its full extent. There is an evil spiritual force that seeks to destroy America. That spirit is working in these young people to fulfill that goal. A great evil spirit is leading these young people to destruction and leading them to accelerate this nation’s death! People are surrendering to this hateful, evil thinking. It is terribly racist—but it is even worse: It is aligned with a satanic will. That is what is truly happening here!”

Marx and Alinsky thought that the devil was only a symbol they could use to rally people against religion, morality, and the biblical concepts of private property (1 Kings 4:25; Micah 4:4; Zechariah 3:10), but the Bible reveals that the devil is a literal spirit being trying to destroy the United States of America.

Treason Against Our Children

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , on June 28, 2021 by andelino

A New York parent has gone viral for her eleven-minute excoriation of the school board for Carmel Central School District, accusing the group of “treason against our children” over classroom indoctrination.

Tatiana Ibrahim began her remarks by explaining that she was voting against a recent budget plan because she considers the school board “thieves” and “liars” who need to “stop indoctrinating our children. Stop teaching our children to hate the police, stop teaching our children that if they don’t agree with the LGBT community that they’re homophobic.”

She referenced a teacher who had allegedly called her daughter “pasty white,” at which point board member Michelle Yorio interrupted to tell her that using the names of specific teachers was not allowed. 

“Why are we not allowed to discuss names?” Ibrahim replied. “Why am I not allowed when they purposely expose themselves on social media, calling for the death of a former president, or saying that any child that doesn’t believe in Black Lives Matter should be canceled out? Is this what my tax dollars are paying for? You’re teaching my children and other children that if they believe in God Almighty they’re part of a cult. These educators put their own names out there. We have Mr. Barrie who took it upon himself with Ms. Cyrus to create a curriculum. Do you want the proof? I have the proof. You created a curriculum of Black Panther indoctrination.”

“Is that what scares you, the proof?” she went on. “A parent actually standing up against all of you? Is that what scares you, to call out the names of these people? You work for me. I don’t work for you. You have a duty, we are entrusting our children to you. We teach our children morals, values, when they grow up to commit crimes and end up in prison and kill a police officer, it’s our fault? No. It’s your fault. You’re emotionally abusing our children and mentally abusing them. You’re demoralizing them by teaching them communist values.”

As Ibrahim went on, several board members interrupted, with Yorio complaining that “this is not a peaceful discussion” and saying she would not discuss her grievances in public but would instead join her in a private meeting with the school superintendent.

“I don’t want to; the assistant superintendent already sent an email and stated that they had no idea that these books were being put into students’ hands,” Ibrahim answered. “The superintendent already stated that they had no idea that the funds of taxpayers were supporting this.”

Throughout her remarks, she also referenced school officials purchasing a middle-school curriculum without approval from the board of education, teachers passing out fliers encouraging students to attend Black Lives Matter (BLM) protests, and a school librarian passing out BLM pins yet replying “why would I have that?” when asked if she had pro-police pins. “What policy do you have that teachers are not allowed to go on social media and not indoctrinate?” she asked.

Ibrahim made clear she has no intention of slowing down or going quiet. “I’m retired. I have nothing else better to do,” she said. “We can do it peacefully, or we can take it to the highest court. Because you know and I know I’m not the only parent fighting this all across America right now. Schools are trying to poison our children’s minds, teaching them about things that have no right to be taught in school.”

77WABC reports that the confrontation comes as the school board is trying to get the community to approve a proposed $133.6 million budget for the next school year. The latest budget proposal was narrowly defeated in May; a revised version will come up for a vote on June 15.

In the meantime, Tatiana Ibrahim has become a viral sensation; at the time of this report, her address has been viewed more than 840,000 times on YouTube and 30,000 times on Rumble. 

Left-wing indoctrination in public schools has long been an issue of concern, but has intensified in recent months with the rise of “critical race theory,” a doctrine that asserts race is a “socially constructed (culturally invented) category that is used to oppress and exploit people of color,” and that “law and legal institutions in the United States are inherently racist insofar as they function to create and maintain social, economic, and political inequalities between whites and nonwhites, especially African Americans.”

Conservatives argue that CRT stokes racial divisions rather than healing them; former President Donald Trump worked to remove it from federal training programs and publicly advocated its removal from public education. One of President Joe Biden’s first acts was to dismantle Trump’s 1776 Commission, an antidote to the race-minded, error-riddled 1619 Project that called for educational curricula focused on teaching students to understand and embrace the founding principles of the United States.

“The only thing disturbing about this video is the passivity of the other parents in the room,” Andrea Widburg writes at American Thinker. “They should be applauding her wildly. Instead, they sit there, and you know that each of those parents is desperately hoping that the ‘educators’ before whom they grovel is not putting that parent’s name — or worse, the name of that parent’s child — on a list for future harassment … Ms. Ibrahim needs to throw her hat into the political ring and run for that school board.”

Black Nobel Peace Prize

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , on February 2, 2021 by andelino

Black Lives Matter has been nominated for a “Black Nobel Peace Prize” for carrying forward “a movement of racial justice” to provide peaceful “civic, moral and tolerance change.”

If the Nobel committee’s handing over of the “2009 Nobel Peace Prize” to Muslim Barack Hussein Obama for “doing nothing” seemed like the “nadir” of the prize’s prestige, there’s now another thing coming.

The Black Lives Matter movement has been nominated for the “2021 Nobel Peace Prize” for the way its call for “systemic change” has spread around the world.

In his nomination papers, Norwegian MP Petter Eide said the movement had “forced” countries outside the US to grapple with “racism” within their own societies.

“I find that one of the key challenges we have seen in America, but also in Europe and Asia, is the kind of increasing conflict based on inequality. Black Lives Matter has become a very important worldwide movement to fight racial injustice. They have had a tremendous achievement in raising global awareness and consciousness about racial injustice,” Eide said.

That’s right, a group led by self-described “trained Marxists” who literally spent time with Hugo Chavez in Venezuela and then triggered night after night of “violent looting riots” at a cost of at least 25 lives and a record $2 billion in insured property claims, probably much more in uninsured property, and grotesque Red Guard-style repudiation scenes such as forcing restaurant diners to wave their fists in solidarity or face overturned tables and assault, is somehow … “worthy of the world’s top award for peace. “

Back in 1964, when Martin Luther King, Jr. was awarded the same prize for calls to judge people on the content of their “character over color”, along with “non-violent” resistance, there was a recognizable “standard for peace.” Now, such approaches don’t cut it anymore for this Norwegian “lunatic.” And to place BLM in the same league as MLK, Jr., is kind of obscene.

The Norwegian pol who put the nomination out cited BLM’s capacity to mobilize as his criteria. But that seems to be pretty shaky grounds, given that so many leftists out there really just wanted to “Get Trump.”

BLM has since morphed into what appears to be a corporate “shakedown racket” and managed to get its Marxist identity politics party line into every corporate boardroom in America.

But the capacity to use “muscling community organizer tactics” is no evidence of morality, or more pointedly, peace. BLM is never going to be satisfied no matter how much “kowtowing” is done.

Each victory it wins brings a bigger demand to its marks, without ceasing, until its will to absolute power is achieved. Sound like peace? Only of the grave.

What it highlights is how “low” the Nobel peace prize has fallen. Sure, this Norwegian socialist “clown” doing the nominating likely has no idea what’s going on in the states, given that he lives in isolated Norway, takes in meetings with activists, and only reads the leftist press.

The “idiocy” of his proposal tops that of the Norwegians handing out a “Nobel Peace Prize” to Barack Obama just for getting “elected” president for no other reason than that he was a “black skinned” community organizer who never did anything “worthwhile” all his life.

In both instances, the Nobel committee nominators seem to relish anyone with the ability to exert leftist power, equating that kind of power-mongering with “peace.”

It’s a sorry act they’ve come to, to worship power over any semblance of authentic peace. If this is peace, what a sorry state of affairs we have, mau-mauing’s triumph over actual creating of peace.

Will all Nobel peace prize recipients have to show “proof of starting riots” to qualify now? How, exactly, is riot-making “peace”? One likes to suppose that this nomination will go nowhere, but with the current “nonsense” going on, don’t bet on it.

The very idea of a group like “Black Lives Matter” whose methods are so violent and anarchistic being nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize should be repugnant to every with a brain or a conscience. The riots they caused for 8 months last year resulted in a dozen dead people and over $2 billion dollars in arson and damages, making it the most costly “riots” ever in the history of America. Now someone wants to give these “domestic terrorists” a peace prize??

“Dear children, this is the last hour; and as you have heard that the antichrist is coming, even now many antichrists have come. This is how we know it is the last hour.” (1 John 2:18)

I have always stood with the plight of black people here in America, and have done my best my entire life to stand against racism in all its many forms. I fight the idea of “white supremacy” to be abhorrent, just as I find the idea of “black supremacy” to be equally disgusting.

Mob rule, for whatever the reason, is always an ugly thing and it always begets violence. Once you sanction violence as a means to an end, you have lost the battle.

The Black Lives Matter Movement, a Communist organization founded on Marxism, is a disgusting proposition, and is antithetical to freedom and to a free people. I stand against racism and always will, and I also stand against the Gestapo tactics of Black Lives Matter.

The nomination was made by Petter Eide, a member of Norway’s parliament who considered the effort to be “a very important worldwide movement to fight racial injustice,” and brushed off questions regarding violent protests in the movement’s name. “Studies have shown that most of the demonstrations organized by Black Lives Matter have been peaceful,” Eide said. “Of course there have been incidents, but most of them have been caused by the activities of either the police or counter-protestors.”

A study by the Armed Conflict Location and Event Data Project, which looked at 7,750 Black Lives Matter demonstrations from four months of last year, found that 93 percent of the protests were mostly peaceful, yet photographs and videos captured by journalists across America depict a different image.

“While there have been numerous violent incidents involving the movement’s name, several innocent civilians and members of Congress have suffered from the cruelties of activists from within the movement.”

Last August, Black Lives Matter activists harassed diners seated on the patio of a Mexican restaurant and allegedly demanded they raise their fists. Other activists from the movement also surrounded Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) and several women for several minutes on the streets of Washington, DC, as they attempted to leave a Republican National Convention event at the White House.

Last September, released data from Princeton University showed that riots associated with the Black Lives Matter movement took place in 48 out of the 50 largest cities in the United States.

The Norway-based Nobel Committee is expected to choose the winners of the award in November.

Sheer Lunacy

Radicals On The Warpath

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , on January 28, 2021 by andelino

Democrats ceremoniously walked an article of impeachment from the House of Representatives to the Senate, which means that in two weeks, the Senate will commence another “impeachment trial” against Donald Trump.

The impeachment, which barely got started before President Trump left the White House at the end of his term, has only one article. House Resolution 24 alleges that on January 6, as a joint session of Congress met to certify the “Electoral College” vote for Joe Biden, “Donald John Trump engaged in high crimes and misdemeanors by inciting violence against the government of the United States” when he “reiterated false claims that ‘we won this election, and we won it by a landslide.’”

Americans are wondering: “What is the purpose, when President Trump peacefully handed over power a week ago and is out of office anyway?” The main purpose of the impeachment article comes at its end: “Donald John Trump thus warrants impeachment and trial, removal from office [which is irrelevant], and disqualification to hold and enjoy any office of honor, trust or profit under the United States which is the purpose.”

The “radicals are on the warpath.” They somehow got Joe Biden nominated; kept him in his basement or in front of small, controlled crowds for much of the campaign; censored horrifying information about him and his family; manipulated state governments to allow massive amounts of easily falsified mail-in ballots; manipulated voting machines; blocked poll watchers; interfered with the election from overseas; seized the Electoral College vote; colluded with businesses, news networks and social media; and steamrolled their way toward Inauguration Day.

Tens of millions of Americans sense that they’ve been “manipulated.” Then came the January 6 rally at the Capitol. What happened then—and especially what has happened since—has been America’s Reichstag fire.

January 6 was the day that representatives and senators met in the Senate Chamber to sign their names and their honor to the certification of an illegitimate vote. It was also the day that hundreds of thousands of Americans came to Washington—in spite of social media manipulation and censorship, in spite of D.C. businesses closing their doors to them—to protest the subversion of the Constitution and their fundamental right to govern themselves through elected representatives. The day would end in tragedy.

The Capitol riot—and how it has been manipulated over the past three weeks—reminds a lot of people of what happened at the Reichstag in 1933. Someone, we still don’t know who, burned the Reichstag, seat of the national legislature, virtually gutting it. For Germans, this was a national tragedy—but nothing like the national tragedy that followed as a result. Despite reports that he himself might have been connected to the arson, the new leader of Germany clamped down on those reports, used the destruction at the nation’s capitol building to target his enemies, and empowered his own radical movement. Those enemies were largely Jews. That leader was Adolf Hitler. His manipulation of the Reichstag fire consolidated his power over the nation.

Immediately after the Capitol riot, some Democrats claimed it was “America’s Reichstag fire.” But they stopped saying that when they realized what that implied about them.

Back to the United States. And back to December 2. It was a month after the fraudulent presidential election had taken place. President Trump delivered what he said “may be the most important speech I’ve ever made.” In that 46-minute speech, he denounced “tremendous voter fraud and irregularities, which took place during the ridiculously long November 3 elections,” both through unverified mail-in ballots and through digital election rigging.

After this speech, a Quinnipiac University poll of 978 registered voters nationwide found that 77 percent of Republicans believed there was widespread voter fraud during the election, and 34 percent of registered voters thought Biden’s win was illegitimate. That is over 70 million who believe the election was stolen.

To call attention to election theft, President Trump supported a “Save America” rally in Washington, D.C., on January 6. The crowds were huge: about 200,000. President Trump himself spoke, saying that rather than politely concede the election, “I said, ‘Something’s wrong here. Something’s really wrong. Can’t have happened.’ And we fight. We fight like hell, and if you don’t fight like hell, you’re not going to have a country anymore.”

He also said that the crowd would march over to the Capitol “to peacefully and patriotically make your voices heard.” The article of impeachment claims this use of the word “fight” incited an insurrection.

What happened next was ugly and dishonorable. Some “Antifa” and “Black Lives Matter” members  in the crowd are guilty of being insurrectionists. Those who perpetrated it should be punished. In spite of the coordinated Democrat media-Big Tech narrative, the world knows it was not an insurrection attempt by Trump supporters, and the president did not incite it.

Most protesters remained outside, but tragically, some entered the Capitol doors. Some videos appear to show that the police actually allowed them in. Some videos show Trump supporters pleading with police officers to bring up backup and stop the rioters. Some videos show Trump protesters opposing and physically manhandling some of the rioters. But the rioters got in.

Some smashed windows, chanted “Hang Mike Pence,” and vandalized the premises, including the office of Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi. Some went so far as to enter the Senate Chamber, which was not in use, seemingly uninhibited, to say the least, by police. Representatives and senators actually evacuated for a few hours as police re-secured the building.

The intruders were largely dressed like Trump supporters and shouted pro-Trump slogans, but it is increasingly evident that many of them were “not actually Trump supporters.” That is an absolute statement of fact, as the bloodiest and most tragic scene of the day proved.

A crowd of intruders advanced through the building to the doorway leading to the Speaker’s Lobby. Two police officers on their side of the doorway moved out of the way. Some of the intruders smashed the windows of the doorway. Then one woman tried to climb through. From the other side, a U.S. Capitol Police officer fired one shot, striking her in the neck.

What a tragedy and what a dishonor inside the very building that represents the American republic!

Yet this tragedy was not as it seemed. Dozens involved in the storming of the Capitol were found listed in the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s “Terrorist Screening Database.” Some were members of the “Oath Keepers,” an anti-government militia, but others were members of the far-left group “Antifa.”

In fact, video and other evidence indicates that “Antifa” rioters staged or worsened the riot at the Capitol for the purpose of discrediting President Trump. One source claimed there was a bus load of them. If such a “false flag” strategy sounds unbelievably deceitfully, dangerously wicked, it’s straight out of the leftist insurrectionist handbook!

Law enforcement has identified at least two known “Antifa” members posing as President Trump supporters during the rally. John Sullivan, a well-known leftist agitator who founded the group Insurrection USA, is seen in several videos. Sullivan can be seen wearing a “President Trump 2020” hat and attempting to “whip up” the crowd outside the Capitol. He even literally demands that they “set it on fire,” an irony not lost on those who know about what happened at the Reichstag.

He can also be seen at the scene near the doorway to the Speaker’s Lobby. Not only is he among the crowd, but he is one of the ones trying to incite it! He can be seen yelling to the crowd and smashing the windows—on the other side of which police can be seen with their weapons drawn. And Sullivan can be seen near the woman as the gunshot rang out and she fell backward. He was so close that she almost fell on his foot.

But even as she lay on the floor bleeding, he wasn’t done. Independent Japanese journalist Masako Ganaha said that Sullivan began telling others that she was dead, even though he had no way of knowing. This probably was not the case at the time, and police who were on the scene were immediately attending her and saying that they could save her.

Sullivan was trying to enrage the crowd and make the situation even worse, which could have gotten even more people wounded or killed! Radical leftist John Sullivan was not only there, he was heavily involved in the circumstance that led to that woman’s death! Then Sullivan went on camera, including at CNN, to give his account of the violence, without them identifying him as a “leftist agitator.”

Liberal mainstream media outlets quickly harmonized in characterizing the riot as an insurrection. And they all seemed to conspicuously censor the fact that one of the worst “insurrectionists” caught on camera is a radical liberal who literally founded a group called “Insurrection USA!”

But that’s not the point for radical leftists. The point is that the violence occurred and therefore provides them a pretext to portray the violence at the Capitol as an “insurrection” and to try to put the blame on President Trump. This, in spite of the fact that those same executives designed their coverage of the summer 2020 Black Lives Matter riots to portray it as “mostly peaceful.” This, in spite of the fact that President Trump told demonstrators to be peaceful, and told them to go home as soon as violence broke out.

Everyone ought to oppose violence and destruction and the dishonoring of our Capitol. The scenes stir our emotions, and they should. But don’t let those who have manipulated everything else in this election manipulate this as well! Whoever is responsible, this does not change the facts about the election. “It was still stolen!”

Some weak-willed lawmakers acted like the violence at the Capitol did change the facts about the election. They treated Joe Biden’s “win” as if it was now certifiably legitimate. Republican senators, like Kelly Loeffler of Georgia and James Lankford of Oklahoma, had promised to object to the certification of Joe Biden’s “victory” on January 6 but then cowardly declined to do so.

After the protesters were dispersed and members of Congress returned to the Senate Chamber, Rep. Paul Gosar of Arizona and Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas objected to Arizona’s election results. But both houses of Congress voted to overrule their objections. Later, Rep. Scott Perry of Pennsylvania and Sen. Josh Hawley of Missouri objected to Pennsylvania’s election results. Again, both houses overruled them. So, at 3:44 a.m. on January 7, Vice President Mike Pence, who himself had declined to intervene to stop the certification, announced that Joe Biden had won the presidency.

Ever since, Biden and his cabal have been rapidly consolidating—and exercising—the power they have gained as a result.

Security failed dramatically. Intruders entered the legislative building and perpetrated destruction. Powerful voices immediately coordinated to sensationalize the event and stir up the population. The new leader of the nation and those around him politically weaponized the disaster to target their enemies and consolidate their power.

Does this refer to “Germany and the Nazis, 1933” or to the “United States of America and the Democrats, 2021?”

You decide.

Dennis Prager: This Is the Reichstag Fire, Relived 

U.S. Public Schools

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , on October 9, 2020 by andelino

Radical socialists are using the cover of a campaign against “racism” to sneak “communism” into American schools.

Leaked documents reveal that “Marxists” are turning public schools into “indoctrination” centers. Radio host Glenn Beck unveiled 800 leaked documents containing lessons that Marxists plan to teach children. These documents reveal a Black Lives Matter “initiative” to move beyond protests and establish a foothold in the classroom.

Among these documents is an assignment to memorize the Black Panthers’ “Ten-Point Program”, a program that calls for a “government-guaranteeing income, reparations for African-Americans, and confiscating white-owned land.”

The documents also include instructions on how to talk to preschool children about the 13 guiding principles of Black Lives Matter, including “the disruption of Western nuclear family dynamics and a return to the ‘collective village’ that takes care of each other.” That means teaching children that the nuclear family model of a married man and woman raising children needs to be replaced with a new system in which children are “collectively educated by the state.”

The posters in this document trove include a whiskered man in a dress raising a clenched fist in a Marxist salute. The caption to the poster says, “Everyone has the right to choose their own gender by listening to their own heart and mind.” This message goes along with the sixth guiding principle of Black Lives Matter: dismantling “cisgender” privilege.

Among the recommended reading resources are Heather’s Moms Got Married,” a Rethinking Schools article on how to teach second graders about “homosexual marriage”; and “Open Secrets in First-Grade Math: Teaching About White Supremacy on American Currency,” about how U.S. coins tell the story of wealthy, white, male America.

One anonymous California teacher told Beck how shocked she was to learn that her mandatory training included material on Critical Race Theory,” a Marxist theory developed in the 1980s that argues data, facts and even the scientific method are “inherently racist” expressions of white supremacy.

She said the California Department of Education, the California School Board Association, and the Association of California School Administrators endorsed this training. One math education professor in New York City, steeped in this “Critical Race Theory”, recently claimed that the equation 2+2=4 “reeks of white supremacist patriarchy.”

The document trove also contained poems from Assata Shakur, an African-American activist of the Black Panther party who sought asylum in Communist Cuba after killing a New Jersey state trooper.

The New York City Department of Education has announced that its schools will be combating “systemic racism” in the United States by tackling “police brutality” and “white privilege” in the classrooms. Even if you agree with that agenda, Black Lives Matter lesson plans are going to teach students about a lot more than “racism.”

North Carolina’s largest school system in Wake County launched a website this summer holding up Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors as a role model for children. Cullors has described herself and her fellow organizers as “trained Marxists.” She has boasted about receiving training from Eric Mann, a former member of the “Weather Underground”—a Maoist terror cell responsible for multiple bombings at the U.S. Capitol, the State Department, and the Pentagon during the 1960s and ’70s.

You do not have to look too close to see that “Black Lives Matter” is not really about protecting black lives. It is a Trojan horse constructed to sneak “communism” into American schools under the cover of “anti-racism”. In fact, this movement is far worse than communism, as it seeks to dismantle “nuclear families and the biological realities of gender!”

“It isn’t surprising that Black Lives Matter (BLM) is a Communist organization—but the type of communism they subscribe to is,” wrote Thurston Powers in the Federalist. “They are conservative Communists attempting to fold the progressive movement back into traditional Marxism. … The policy platform proposed by BLM … calls for collective ownership of resources, banks and businesses, a highly progressive income tax, a guaranteed minimum income, and government jobs are lifted straight from the pages of Karl Marx’s Communist Manifesto.”

To date, the ideology laid out by Karl Marx in the “Manifesto” is responsible for the brutal murder of more than 100 million people. Supporters of Marx will argue that these numbers are exaggerated, or that these murders only occurred because evil men hijacked Marx’s ideology. But you do not have to know much about Marx to know that these brutal deaths were an inevitable consequence of what Marx’s ideology does to a nation.

Marx wrote in the Communist Manifesto that communism “abolishes all religion and all morality.” And in his poem Feelings,” he expressed a tremendous thirst for destruction: “Worlds I would destroy forever, since I can create no world.”

Despite being atheists, both Marx and his friend Mikhail Bakunin praised Satan as a literary symbol of revolt against divine authority. Biographer Robert Payne wrote that Marx “had the devil’s view of the world, and the devil’s malignity. Sometimes he seemed to know that he was accomplishing works of evil.”

His stanza, “Worlds I would destroy forever, since I can create no world” should have been the subtitle of the Communist Manifesto. Like Satan, Marx promises a utopian society where everyone is equal to God in authority, but it delivers only the worst form of tyranny where the strong rule those weaker than themselves—without mercy and unrestrained by any law.

The fact that public schools across America are adopting the curriculum put together by Black Lives Matter is a sign of just how close “socialist revolutionaries are to destroying America’s system of government.”

Pandemics & Skin Colors

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , on September 27, 2020 by andelino

BLM 101, Volume 1,2,3,4

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , , on September 1, 2020 by andelino

Black Lives Matter  101
by Jason Whitlock

I wrote a column explaining why I believe “boycotting” the NBA, the NFL and Major League Baseball because of their embrace of “Black Lives Matter” (BLM) would be ineffective in changing the behavior of the leagues and the athletes.

BLM, in my opinion, is immune to economic forces. The billionaires and countries bankrolling the nationwide anarchy are committed to offsetting the financial losses caused by BLM.

My alternative to boycotting the leagues is a holistic approach of educating the athletes on what they’re actually supporting. BLM is Marxist, anti-religion, anti-nuclear family and racially divisive.

As best I can, I’m going to write a daily piece highlighting the repugnant actions taking place under the Black Lives Matter umbrella. Via social media, I encourage you to copy the link to this series I’m calling “BLM 101” and send it to professional athletes.

Black Lives Matter is a clever slogan. It’s a tremendous beard for wicked actions. If you care about America and love sports, help me educate the athletes. The truth is liberating. The mainstream media deny Americans the truth. Let’s share it.

Here’s BLM 101, Volume 1:

The New York Post wrote about a white Portland man who was dragged from his car by a BLM mob, beaten and kicked unconscious. Click here for the link to the NY Post story.

Andy Ngo, an editor for The Post Millennial, posted video footage of the brutal assault on his Twitter feed.

“GRAPHIC: Rioters in downtown Portland detain man who had a car crash. They force him to sit on the ground while they search his belongings. One of them runs up and kicks him in the head, instantly knocking him out. There are no police.” Video by @FromKalen — Andy Ngô (@MrAndyNgo) August 17, 2020

Defenders of Billionaire Lies Marxist will say one incident and one person can’t be used to discredit an entire movement. Come back tomorrow and I’ll share more.

Please share the link to this story with a professional athlete. Do it politely, free of snark. Let the facts speak for themselves. Our goal isn’t to antagonize. Let’s educate. Keep the faith.

Here’s BLM 101, Volume 2:

Find your seats, boys and girls. It’s time for , my online class dedicated to educating athletes on the real actions and impact of the Black Lives Matter movement.

For those of you who missed the first day of school, here’s a link to some notes you can copy from Volume 1. Today’s lesson comes from Hugo, Minnesota, a tiny rural town 25 miles north of Minneapolis.

Saturday, John Thompson, a candidate for the Minnesota House of Representatives, led a Black Lives Matter rally outside the home of Bob Krull, the president of the Minneapolis Police Federation. Thompson is black. Krull is white. Most of the BLM protestors Thompson led were white.

A Minneapolis-based news site Alpha News captured video of Thompson leading a menacing, profanity-laced rally in Krull’s suburban neighborhood. Watch the embedded video below. It looks and feels like a race-reversed KKK-style rally.

John Thompson, who recently won his Primary for 67A in St. Paul, goes off and screams at neighborhood children, residents, and neighbors of Police Union Leader Bob Krull. “Fuck, Hugo Minnesota!”

“BLM protesters gathered today outside Krull’s home.” — Alpha News MN (@AlphaNewsMN) August 15, 2020

An ABC news affiliate, KTSP, reported that Thompson beat an effigy of Krull’s wife while his fist-in-the-air white BLM followers beat an effigy of Krull.

Take a look at the picture of the BLM followers inside the KTSP story. If they opened their fist, it would look like a scene out of 1930s Germany.

This is all taking place in the name of Black Lives Matter, the Marxist-influenced movement that allegedly wants to end racism with racism and fascism.

For some reason, professional athletes and the sports leagues that employ them are ignoring or are unaware of the depraved acts taking place across America in the name of Black Lives Matter.

BLM 101 is dedicated to educating the athletes on what they’re truly supporting. They’re supporting bigotry and a movement that is hostile to all religions.

Please share this link with your favorite athlete via social media. Be polite when sharing. No snark. No condescending message. Just the facts. They speak for themselves.

OK, time for recess. OK, quiet down, boys and girls.

Here’s BLM 101, Volume 3:

As you know, BLM 101 is a class dedicated to educating professional athletes on the real agenda and impact of the “Black Lives Matter” movement.

Today’s lesson is a story from Chicago featuring Lesbian mayor Lori Lightfoot. The Chicago Tribune reported that Lightfoot, a supporter of BLM, ordered local police to prevent protestors from demonstrating in her neighborhood. On Thursday Lightfoot defended her ban.

“I think that residents of this city,” Lightfoot told local reporters, “understand the nature of the threats that we are receiving on a daily basis, on a daily basis, understand I have a right to make sure that my home is secure.” 

The Tribune wrote: “Lightfoot refused to elaborate on the specific threats, but said she receives them daily against herself, her wife and her home.”

Equality? That’s the word scrolled on the back of a lot of NBA jerseys. The BLM movement allegedly is about bringing equality to the masses. Does Lori Lightfoot sound equal to the citizens of Chicago? Or has she reserved a special level of treatment for herself and her family?

Are there families in Chicago that don’t deserve protection from the violent, peaceful protestors, looters and vandals circulating Chicago?

Black Lives Matter is a clever slogan. On the surface — as long as you don’t read the BLM website — the agenda of BLM is admirable. BLM is allegedly dedicated to ending systemic racism and making everyone equal. It’s a force as powerful as God.

The reality is BLM imposes inequality and creates racial division. Movements founded in Marxism, socialism and communism always empower a handful of elites and feed the masses hope packaged in slogans.

What we’re seeing in the NBA is the true agenda of BLM. Elite millionaire athletes running up and down basketball courts promoting hope with slogans on their jerseys. Equality!

Meanwhile, Lori Lightfoot, LeBron James and the others in their circle of political influence will use their power, privilege and wealth to keep BLM out of their neighborhoods.

Please share the link to today’s lesson with your favorite professional athlete. No snark. No condescending message. Let’s try to engage the athletes in a healthy debate about the real impact of BLM.

Here’s BLM 101, Volume 4:

BLM 101 is dedicated to educating professional athletes about the negative consequences of the Black Lives Matter movement. BLM 101 makes every effort to avoid snark and ridicule. Today that will be difficult.

OK, let’s head to the NBA Bubble at Disney World and check in with the NBA Police Review Board headed by internal affairs officer LeBron James. From his Florida hotel, Officer James is leading the investigation into the Kenosha, Wisconsin police-involved shooting of Jacob Blake.

Less than 24 hours after Kenosha police shot Blake seven times, James filed his initial report on the incident, tweeting:

“And y’all wonder why we say what we say about the police! Someone please tell me WTF is this?! Exactly another black man being targeted. This shit is so wrong and so sad! Feel so sorry for him, his family and our people! We want justice.”

After acquiring additional information while “moonlighting” as a small forward in a playoff game against the Portland Trail Blazers, Officer James held a press conference to discuss the shooting.

“I know people get tired of hearing me say it, but we are scared as black people in America,” James said. “Black men, black women, black kids, we are terrified.”

James later accused the police of lying. “If you’re sitting here and telling me that there was no way to ‘saydue’ (subdue) that gentleman or detain him or just before firing guns, then you’re sitting here lying to not only me, but you’re lying to every African American, every black person in the community,” James said.

I’m black. I’m not scared. I’m not terrified. Neither is LeBron James. He’s lying. He and the “political activists” controlling him want black people to immerse themselves in “fear.” Fear is a tool used to control people. If you comply with police instructions, there is virtually no chance of an American citizen being harmed by police.

“If you watch the video, there were multiple moments where if they wanted to, they could’ve tackled Blake,” Officer James said. “They could’ve grabbed him. You know? They could’ve done that. And why, why does it always have to get to a point where we see guns firing?”

It’s very difficult to investigate police shootings and play NBA playoff games. Officer James is clearly unaware of a second video that shows police on the opposite side of Blake’s car wrestling with Blake on the ground. Blake escapes the police, gets to his feet and walks to the driver’s side of his vehicle.

I’m sure someone on the “NBA Police Review Board” will show James the second video at some point.

“Quite frankly, it’s disgusting to have multiple cops around and not even thinking about using a Taser,” said Lakers forward Kyle Kuzma, one of James’ top police investigators. “And forget about the Taser, just simple combat and taking a man down instead of trying to shoot him.”

Again, the Lakers investigative team is clearly unaware of the second video and reports that police initially tried using a Taser on Blake. James then “speculated” on the mindset of the police officer who shot Blake.

“You have no idea how that cop that day left the house,” James said. “You don’t know if he woke up on the wrong side of the bed. You don’t know if he had an argument at home with his significant other. You don’t know if one of his kids said something to him and he left the house steaming. Or maybe he just left the house saying that, ‘Today is going to be the end for one of these black people.’ That’s what it feels like. That’s what it feels like. It just hurts. It hurts.”

I’m sure the Kenosha police are saying the exact same thing about Jacob Blake, who had an active arrest warrant for third-degree sexual assault at the time of the shooting. Blake has previously been arrested for pointing a weapon at people, carrying a concealed weapon into a building and domestic violence.

Did Jacob Blake wake up on the wrong side of the bed Sunday morning?

When I watched the initial viral video showing police shooting Blake in the back I was outraged. I waited to calm down. I sent the video to a couple of friends and discussed it with them. We wondered why it was only 20 seconds. Why was it edited? Was it edited and then released to provoke outrage, fear and rioting?

I decided it was best to wait for additional information before making any sort of comment. I’m still waiting for additional information. This column is not a defense of the police or vilification of Blake.

LeBron James has more than 40 million followers on Twitter. Doesn’t he have a “moral responsibility” to be informed and measured before commenting on a controversy that could inspire “civil” unrest? What’s the harm in waiting 48 hours, 72 hours or a week?

Is James intentionally being used as an “agent of chaos?” His logic is consistent with the logic of white bigots. James uses occasional anecdotes to make sweeping negative generalizations about white police officers.

“And y’all wonder why we say what we say about police!” James’ Twitter feed reads like a transcript from a KKK rally. Can’t you hear the Grand Wizard of the Klan shouting to his followers in the aftermath of O.J. Simpson?

“And y’all wonder why we say what we say about black people!” LeBron James foolishly thinks he’s overseeing the police. He’s overseeing the black KKK. He’s promoting “racism.” He’s demonizing a group of white people based on the behavior of a few.

As a black man that sort of “racist tactic” should be terrifying. That racist tactic was used to deny us freedom in this country. No one who professes to care about the welfare of black people would adopt the tactics of white bigots.

Bigots, regardless of color, have a common trait. Ignorance. Ignorance fuels their ego. Information is their enemy. They avoid it at all costs. Negative anecdotes frame their worldview.

“Bigotry” has subdued and detained LeBron James.

Black Lives Matter is a clever Twitter hashtag designed to spread “racial division.” Twitter baits and rewards “racial demagoguery.” James is addicted to social media. His bigotry is no surprise.

Jonathan Isaac

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , , on August 19, 2020 by andelino

Jonathan Isaac Stands For God While His BLM Critics Burn Bibles And Feign Confusion
by Jason Whitlock  

Jonathan Isaac nor his critics are difficult to understand.

The 22-year-old Orlando Magic big man refuses to separate his religious faith from his actions or his interpretation of the Black Lives Matter movement. Isaac believes the blood of Jesus Christ shed at His crucifixion absolves sin and acceptance and practice of His Gospel is the most effective way for humans to combat sin, including racism.

That’s why Isaac stood for the national anthem before the Magic played the Nets. That’s why Isaac “shunned” wearing a BLM T-shirt during pregame festivities.

Jonathan Isaac believes in the power of the Gospel. “I can do all this through him who gives me strength. Philippians 4:13

Casual supporters of BLM do not believe in the goal of doing all things through Christ. Ardent supporters of BLM do not believe in Christ. The casual and ardent supporters of BLM agree that God, Jesus Christ and the Gospel have nothing to do with the current “social justice” movement.

Bleacher Report’s Taylor Rooks asked Isaac to explain the connection between kneeling in protest of racism and religious faith. The American media is so awash in “secular values” that Isaac’s desire to funnel his behavior through the lens of “What Would Jesus Want Me To Do” was baffling.

Isaac sounded like an “alien” to Rooks. His explanation struck many of his athletic peers the same way. Longtime NBA player and Lakers reserve Jared Dudley summarized the position of many athletes, tweeting:

“Every person is entitled to their own opinions but I disagree with him esp as a Christian man myself. This movement has very little to do with religion, but more to do with equality, police brutality and social injustice for Black people. Together unified we are at our strongest!” — Jared Dudley (@JaredDudley619) July 31, 2020

According to Dudley, BLM has very little to do with religion. The truth is, BLM has NOTHING to do with religion. Its founders are trained “Marxist”, a political theory hostile to all religions. Friday night in Portland, BLM supporters burned Bibles outside a federal courthouse.

“Left-wing activists bring a stack of Bibles to burn in front of the federal courthouse in Portland.” — Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) August 1, 2020

Jonathan Isaac believes the path to justice runs through the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Supporters of BLM believe justice can be achieved through social media outrage, slogans on T-shirts, kneeling during the national anthem and the prioritization of a specific skin-color-related sin above all else.

Supporters of BLM think Jesus and principles consistent with religious faith are optional in the pursuit of fairness. Actually they argue that religion is a hindrance to the justice they seek. That’s why they torched Bibles in Portland. You can’t fully embrace Karl Marx’s political theory and submit to a Higher Power. Socialism, communism and the government are the higher power.

I am a sinner. The best version of myself is only achieved when I lean into my Christian faith. When I don’t lean into my relationship with God, you’ll find me engaging in lustful activities that have very little to do with religion.

My way or Jonathan Isaac’s way of combating sin does not have to be everyone’s way. But let’s not pretend that what Isaac professed is complex.

“My life has been supported through the Gospel,” Isaac explained following the game.

“Everyone is made in God’s image and we all fall short of God’s glory. Each and every one of us do things every day that we shouldn’t do. We say things we shouldn’t do. We shouldn’t hate or dislike. Sometimes it gets to a point where we point fingers whose evil is worse. Sometimes it comes down to whose evil is most visible. I felt like I wanted to take a stand on, ‘We all make mistakes,’ but the Gospel says there is Grace for us.

If we all come to an understanding of that and God wants to have a relationship with us, we can get past all the things that are messed up and jacked up. When you look around, racism isn’t the only thing that plagues our society, that plagues our nation and plagues our world. I feel like coming together that we want to get past not only racism but everything that plagues our society is the Gospel.”

Isaac’s message is simple: “Submission to God’s will is the solution to our problems, including racism. Black Lives Matter is not a suitable replacement for Christian faith. What BLM advocates is inconsistent with the word of God.”

Supporters of BLM know this. They will feign “confusion” over Isaac’s message and/or pretend that Christianity empowers “racial injustice.”

Think it through. Jonathan Isaac stood and bowed his head in prayer during the national anthem hoping to glorify Jesus Christ. LeBron James said he took a knee and wore a BLM T-shirt hoping to make Colin Kaepernick proud.

Jesus or Kap. Even for “non-believers” it should be an easy choice.

Jonathan Isaac’s Orlando Magic Jersey Sales Skyrocket After He Stands for National Anthem

Cancel Culture

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , on July 25, 2020 by andelino

Focus on the Cross, Not on Cultural Identity
By Shane Idleman

Martin Luther King Jr., in the Letter from Birmingham Jail on April 16, 1963, wrote, “We will have to repent in this generation not merely for the hateful words and actions of the bad people but for the appalling silence of the good people.” I hold the same opinion today.

The thumbnail picture for this article is our associate pastor, Abram Thomas, and myself building a shade area for the children’s ministry. This is what unity in Christ looks like: “working side by side for a greater cause while putting personal agendas, upbringing, and culture aside.”

We are all Americans; more importantly, we are Christians who follow the teachings of the Bible. We are in this together. Our future and our children’s futures are at stake.

Evil forces are seeking to “dismantle us by destroying our unity.” Christians need to speak up against all forms of “racism and injustice” when they see or experience them. Elie Wiesel, a Holocaust survivor said “Neutrality helps the oppressor, never the victim. Silence encourages the tormentor, never the tormented.”

As I continue to read the news feeds, my heart immediately goes out to the children being raised in today’s environment, many with no fathers to guide them, viewing this world through the dark lens of “hopelessness and fear” presented in every form of communication around them.

But what if we looked through a different lens—a biblical lens?

Yes, some people used the Bible to support slavery. That was wrong. But evil people have always tried to “pervert” the Word of God to support their godless agendas. It is happening in our own day with so called Christians “twisting” Scripture to support gay marriage and abortion.

For example, watch this Fox News clip of me debating feminist Lynda Serene Jones, President of the Union Theological Seminary in the City of New York about the topic of Jesus being okay with abortion. My hands tremble even writing this.

Instead of taking down every statue, why don’t we teach history again? Auschwitz stands in Poland for a reason—so people will not forget.

  • What if more people knew that many of America’s founders were responsible for planting the first seeds of equality and for the eventual end of slavery in America? People who want to incite anger and hatred reject this truth because it doesn’t fit their narrative or their agenda that America is evil.
  • What if we remember all the parents who lost sons (more than 300,000 from the Union side alone) fighting for freedom during the Civil War?
  • What if we truly comprehended that we are all made in the image of God without a racial hierarchy?
  • What if we stopped allowing the secular media to shape our thinking and instead got back to the Bible? Philippians 4:8 says, “Finally, brethren, whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are honest, whatsoever things are just, whatsoever things are pure, whatsoever things are lovely, whatsoever things are of good report . . . think on these things.” How are you doing in this area?
  • What if we understood that what some define as racism in the church is not racism at all but preference? We all “prefer” certain settings and styles of worship. Ethnic groups as well as age groups generally have preferences that are based on experience and upbringing—on what is familiar and comfortable.
  • What if we erred on the side of grace and didn’t always assume that a person—white or black—was a racist?
  • What if parents fostered unity instead of promoted division? Racism and division are not inherited; these sinful patterns are taught, and children are influenced heavily by the ideals of their parents.
  • What if we acknowledge that the true source of this conflict is spiritual and that we are in a battle against a common enemy (see Ephesians 6:12)?

Sadly, those who do not forgive or release bitterness, anger, and hurt never experience freedom, happiness, or true restoration. Ephesians 4:31–32 encourages us to “let all bitterness, wrath, anger, clamor, and evil speaking be put away from you, with all malice. And be kind to one another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, even as God in Christ forgave you.” 

Without this change of heart, hope is elusive.

Advocates of the lie of “separation of church and state” have held Americans in bondage for far too long. How much longer will we allow their godless agenda to remove God from America? God’s Word must be allowed in all areas, from police precincts to government offices, and from schools to inner cities and state prisons.

“We need spiritual reform more than social reform.” In fact, social reform cannot really happen unless the hearts of individuals that make up that society are changed. Only God can change a cold, unforgiving, bitter heart of stone into a warm, hope-filled heart.

We must stop walking on the eggshells of political correctness, and stop seeking collective redemption from the world. God is our only hope!  We must repent of personal sin and seek Jesus for personal redemption. He changes us from the inside out, and in turn we change the world around us, sharing with others what God has given us—the peace that surpasses all understanding (see Philippians 4:7).

Sadly, we are now at the point where if you don’t agree with someone you are called a racist, and many woke pastors and leaders have fallen for the deception, some even almost apologizing for being white. Yes, you heard me correctly. I’m alarmed at the silent shepherds and those pastors fueled by anger.

It appears that most are putting “cancel culture” before Christ. The “social” gospel, which is no gospel at all, Paul was clear in his warning in Galatians 1:9) brings rage, division, and self-loathing. The true gospel brings peace and unity. Read the article on the sin of silent pastors here.

There is a huge “divide” in the Christian community over the “Black Lives Matter” movement. No matter what black leaders such as Ben Carson, Voddie Baucham, Larry Elder, Bishop Harry Jackson, Candace Owens, and Marcus Rodgers say about the “negative” effects of BLM, it doesn’t seem to matter. The Holy Spirit is not divided, so where is the division coming from?

We honor the phrase black lives matter because they do matter. We actually want to take it a step further, though, and say “All Lives Matter” and should be honored, from the prevention of innocent children being killed in the womb to the protection of innocent black people and police officers.We want to calm the “flames of racism” rather than add to them. But we must look at the foundation of what we are promoting since the ends do not always justify the means. Ryan Scott Bomberger, a black community activist, wrote a powerful article here regarding the “Marxist” foundation of Black Lives Matter.

All of this begs the question: “Can’t we care deeply for innocent black lives without agreeing with the BLM’s agenda?” Yes, of course we can, but that doesn’t fit the agenda of those funding and pushing the movement. “Their goal is not reconciliation but retaliation.”

Why not start a movement that focuses on “All Lives Matter” and centers around reconciliation, restoration, and forgiveness versus Marxism, retaliation, and rage? We are commanded to love one another and to remember that vengeance belongs to the Lord alone (Leviticus 19:18, Romans 12:19).

The plea of many of us caught in the middle—black and white—is that we should not promote an organization that seems to be promoting a new civil war. These are not my words but those of many of my black friends.

One BLM leader has even said, “If this country doesn’t give us what we want, then we will burn down the system,” and another co-founder tweeted about killing “men and white folks.” Racism is on both sides. How can any Bible believing Christian support that, and how can any woke pastor endorse it?

At the core, this problem is not a “skin issue but a sin issue.” Hatred is colorblind—it infects people of every tribe and tongue and nation. The only solution is redemption and forgiveness through Jesus Christ. Many law enforcement officers are being radically changed by the gospel, as are those who had participated in sparking civil unrest.

This is where our focus must be. America, overall, is being humbled by God. I’m optimistic because these are often the seeds of revival and renewal on a massive scale.

As Christians, we are truly caught in the middle. We are not identified by our skin color but by our identity in Christ. My heart breaks for the atrocities that have happened in humanity’s past, but in each of these seasons, good men and women, many of them Christians, rose up to make a difference. “We must focus on the cross, not on cultural identity.”

The “media circus” will only get worse. In a land of approximately 330 million people, many of them lost, without God, and without hope (Ephesians 2:12), we will continue to see unspeakable “acts of violence” as video footage is released on a constant basis. We will see “hoaxes” portrayed as hate crimes, legitimate hate crimes portrayed as “justified,” and right will be called wrong and wrong will be called right, all in an attempt to fuel “division and fear.”

But we cannot allow this to cause a knee-jerk response and act in ways that would cause the name of Christ to be blasphemed. Nor can we retreat from the battle and walk on eggshells in fear. We need real Christ-centered and Spirit-filled unity.

We must not allow the “forces of hell” to shake us. We must be different, think differently, and walk differently than the rest of the world. We must show the beauty, compassion, grace, justice, and love of Christ to those around us—to our neighbors, our friends, our co-workers, and the stranger in the grocery line—“without regard to the color of their skin.” 

In short, brothers and sisters, we must be the “true” church.

Murdered Police Officers

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , on July 13, 2020 by andelino

Hundreds, perhaps thousands, of liberal “Black Lives Matter” activists, many of which are not African Americans, are tormenting the teenage daughter of a slain police officer on social media for saying #bluelivesmatter.

Police Officer Edelmiro Garza Jr.

Police Officer Ismael Chavez.

Two Texas Police Officers Edelmiro Garza Jr., 45, and Ismael Chavez, 39, were shot and killed while responding to a domestic disturbance in McAllen. They were both shot and killed by Audon Ignacio Caramillo as they officers approached the door.

Coward Audon Ignacio Caramillo.

“The officers never had a chance to suspect a deadly assault on them, much less death, at that moment in time,” McAllen Police Chief Victor Rodriguez said during a press conference about the shooting.

When additional officers arrived, the “coward” thug shot and killed himself.

Savannah Chavez, the 18-year-old daughter of Officer Chavez, wrote in a heartbreaking tweet, along with photos with her dad, about her grief on Twitter shortly after the news broke.

Though most “normal” people responded to the distraught young woman with “compassion and kindness”, the radical left did not hold back on “attacking” her.

Many of the shocking and cruel tweets directed towards her were compiled and shared by the Nationalist Review. They included people saying that he “finally became a good cop,” now that he was dead, and worse.

Others scolded her for daring to talk about his death, telling her “now is not the time or place” and to “read the room.”

Though she faced a “barrage of cruelty”, the young woman conducted herself with “grace and dignity.” It is clear that her father raised her right.

“Now it’s my turn to make you proud. Everything I do, I do for you.” #daddysgirl — Savannah Chavez (@sweeetsav) July 12, 2020

Here a “Grandma” has a message for Marxist Black Lives Matter idiots…

“This patriot and Vietnam Veteran has a powerful message for Black Lives Matter and ANTIFA.” — Derek Utley (@realDerekUtley) July 9, 2020

Two Texas Cops are shot dead

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