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Fight for Religious Freedom

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , on April 24, 2021 by andelino
Pastor Shane Idleman and Pastor John MacArthur.

Fight for Religious Freedom
by Shane Idleman

Pastor MacArthur has been an exceptional example of standing for religious liberty. I truly value his ministry. This article is not meant to take anything away from that but to clarify the importance of standing for “religious freedom.”

We recently had a Christian from the “persecuted” church in China speak at our church. Her story was very moving as she talked about spending six years in a Chinese prison for her “faith.”

I kept thinking, “I wonder if persecuted Christians would like more freedom?” No doubt many would say, “Absolutely.” Religious freedom is a gift from God.

Although we disagree on non-essentials like the gifts of the Spirit, I have benefited greatly from the ministry of John MacArthur, and I use the MacArthur Study Bible. However, there are times when we need to lovingly show the other side of the coin.

In a recent article, Pastor MacArthur was quoted as saying, “I told our congregation a few weeks ago that I could never really concern myself with religious freedom. I wouldn’t fight for religious freedom because I won’t fight for idolatry. Why would I fight for the devil to have as many false religions as possible and all of them to be available to everyone?”

I understand where he is coming from, but shouldn’t we “defend our freedom” to worship Jesus when given the opportunity? And isn’t that what he and other pastors like myself, Jack Hibbs, and Rob McCoy are doing by staying open during the pandemic . . . “exercising and defending religious freedom?”

Promoting religious freedom is not idolatry. “The Word of God is like a lion. You don’t have to defend a lion. All you have to do is let the lion loose, and the lion will defend itself” (C.H. Spurgeon).

Ironically, many of the men and women who died for our freedoms did not die for what America is becoming today. Many gave their lives in order that we would have religious freedom rather than capitulate to a godless society.

I wonder what Luther, Zwingli, Calvin, and Knox would say if asked the same question about religious freedom? They all pushed for it during the Reformation. What about Tyndale and Huss who were burned at the stake for simply declaring the truth? What would they say about having the freedom to worship God and read His Word?

Politics won’t save America any more than a dumbbell will save someone who is drowning; however, we cannot ignore our God-given civic responsibility and the massive impact that politics has on our society. We make a huge mistake in comparing our system of government with the system that the Apostle Paul was under. God blessed America with religious freedom, at least initially.

In the realm of government, there are two primary areas of responsibility for us to consider. One is God’s eternal kingdom; the other is the world’s political system. We have a responsibility to both, and God’s eternal principles establish the foundation for both.

Our political system, ordained by God, oversees the affairs of men. The primary role of government is to secure our God-given rights. One of the primary purposes of government is to protect the freedom to express our love for God.

This issue of religious freedom has never been more important in America than it is today. Mr. Potato Head is being renamed, but Cardi B can pollute the minds of the innocent. We’ll allow a transgender person to be the Assistant Secretary of Health, but say nothing about the sexual exploitation of our children.

Pastors are being threatened with large fines and jail time for keeping churches open while pot shops, liquor stores, and abortion clinics get a free pass. If you ask me, and countless others, “religious freedom” is worth fighting for.

We don’t have to compromise our principles to be involved in politics. What good is salt left in the shaker, or a light that is hidden? “Politics” is not a bad word. In simple terms, politics refers to governing or leading a group of people. I think God’s Word has a great deal to say about that. Silence is not an option.

I’ll close with a story I often tell: “Why didn’t someone do something?” Those five words still haunt my thoughts today.

Some time ago, I sat speechless as I listened to a man recount his trip to a “holocaust” museum with his young daughter. As they walked by photos of the “death camps” and “gas chambers”, his daughter silently contemplated the horrors that were unfolding before her eyes.

When the tour ended, they drove home without saying a word. The father wondered if she truly understood the significance of the event. Was she too young to view such depravity? Would it make a negative impact on her life? Would it leave her fearful and wounded? Would she begin to doubt God?

His questions were answered nearly two hours later when his daughter finally spoke. She looked at her father and asked, “Daddy, why didn’t someone do something?”

Will we hear those same haunting words from our children and grandchildren? Yes! If we fail to contend for what is right via “religious freedom” we may see a time in our future when our children will ask, “Why didn’t someone do something?” Sadly, we may not be able to answer.


Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , on June 23, 2019 by andelino

Far-left Democrat Alexandria (Sandy) Ocasio-Cortez (AOC) has recently come under fire for comparing “Immigration and Customs Enforcement” (ICE) “detention centers” to “concentration camps.”

Displaying at best a “weak” understanding of the “Holocaust” and at worst, the insidious anti-Semitism creeping into the Democratic Party exposes a growing “divide” within the party.

The “Israeli Holocaust” museum has “condemned” her remarks and Americans everywhere are asking AOC to “apologize.” This journalist decided to ask her Muslima “colleague” Ilhan Omar what she thought about comparing “detention centers to concentration camps.”

Not only does Omar completely agree with AOC, she told him: “I don’t even know why this is a controversial thing for her to say.”

The “mental” gymnastics the Democratic duo are using to call ICE detention centers “concentration camps” is almost too much to handle.

Millions of people were systematically “murdered” in Nazi concentration camps, comparing that to the detainment of “illegal” migrants voluntarily breaking the “law” is disgraceful.

These two ugly, “uneducated” simpletons, Ilhan Omar and Sandy Ocasio-Cortez, are “mentally” challenged. Strictly speaking nobody should bother asking them for their “idiotic” views because they are so “predictable, pathetic and irresponsible” with history about the Holocaust.

Yes, there is a “crisis” on our southern border. Though to be fair, not a “Holocaust” level crisis, no matter what low information “dinkuses” like AOC and Omar want you to think.

But crisis enough that “Congress” should act. The rub is, as conservative Dan Crenshaw points out, Democrats are too busy living in a “different world” to do anything about it.

Democrats are teetering in between “investigation and impeachment.” That’s really all they can’t think about. They really don’t “care” about governing.

Governing would include “solving” the border crisis. The border patrol is stretched “extremely” thin. Their morale is going to be “low” at this point. They feel like “no one” has their back. It’s really not “fair” to our men and women down there.

I’ve lost track over who is winning the left’s “I hate ICE more than you” game. I think Cory Booker was in the lead by not only “abolishing” ICE, but wanting to abolish anything made of “frozen water” just to be on the safe side.

Crenshaw’s broader point is that while Democrats are still trying to investigate Trump “more and better than Mueller did” there are any number of pressing issues being ignored. The “border crisis” being near the top of the list.

A Polish member of parliament Dominik Tarczyński wrote a letter to AOC.

What AOC and Omar are doing is cheapening the millions of “lives lost” so they can help their “sick” party win elections. Sad to see these two “dullards” keep trying to make excuses for using the “Holocaust and anti-Semitics” to score American “political” points.

I would be nice if AOC would take the MP up on his offer. She’ll probably just Instagram herself making “Matzoh” ball soup instead furthering her “education,” especially if one has the intellectual “prowess” of a plastic spoon.

“This video was from 1 year ago this week – before my primary & the Fox News cycle. I flew to the concentration camp where the Trump admin was keeping children they stole from their parents. Back then, I was voicing my conscience. I still am.” #AbolishICE. —  Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez‏2Verified account @AOC

“The same deeply anti-Semitic stereotypes and accusations we hear today were the same fuel which powered the Holocaust death camps.”

NY Jewish Assemblyman Dov Hikind Educates AOC with Facts About REAL Concentration Camps
Chuck Todd Mans Up, Calls Out AOC for Concentration Camp Comments
For the Love of God, Enough with the Holocaust Comparisons
Cory Booker Makes Wild Claims About Border Security and the Holocaust
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Compares Ilhan Omar Criticisms to the Holocaust

U.S. Concentration Camps

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , on June 20, 2019 by andelino

Starved prisoners, nearly dead from hunger, pose in concentration camp in Ebensee, Austria. The camp was reputedly used for “scientific” experiments. It was liberated by the 80th Division. May 7, 1945. Lt. A. E. Samuelson. (Army)

Alexandria “Sandy” Ocasio-Cortez live-streamed another “mind-numbing” episode of her “hit” Internet show, “Instagraming with an Idiot” to tell her followers that the U.S. government is “running concentration camps on our southern border.”

“That is exactly what they are. They are concentration camps. The fact that concentrations camps are now an institutionalized practice in the Home of the Free is extraordinarily disturbing and we need to do something about it. I don’t use those words lightly. I don’t use those words to just throw bombs. I use that word because that is what an administration that creates concentration camps is. A presidency that creates concentration camps is fascist and it’s very difficult to say that.”

Sandy further told her followers she wants to talk to people “who are concerned enough with humanity to say that ‘never again’ means something. We are losing to an authoritarian and fascist presidency.”

Way to go Sandy! Demonstrating your hyperbole trifecta “fatuousness, stupidity and ignorance” simultaneously. Very few freshman Congressional Representatives could do that as effortlessly.

Having escaped the ovens of “Buchenwald” myself, I feel compelled to point out that in the Nazi concentration camps “Jewish mothers arriving with children were often immediately killed.”

In other instances the camps were used as “holding tanks for prisoners to perform hard labor until they were no longer useful and thereafter exterminated.”

Can you ignorant “moron” see the difference, Sandy?

If not, let me “remind” you that the Jews were “rounded up, detained and sent to the death camps.

The “refugees” you are referring to are arriving at our border expecting to “be taken in, taken care of and left free to roam about the country” of their own free will, aided and abetted by the “OWO Communists” looking to implement the “Cloward-Piven” strategy in America.

Social Media went “crazy” after hearing Sandy’s “reprehensible” idiocy:

“My grandparents were gassed to death in concentration camps by the Nazis, millions of Jews, men, women & children were gassed to death then burned to ashes in those camps. @AOC comparing ICE detention centers to that is absolutely disgusting!” — The Reagan Battalion (@ReaganBattalion) June 18, 2019

“Can someone PLEASE get @AOC a history book, so she can learn what the concentration camps were like? Comparing our border’s centers to camps where millions were GASSED TO DEATH is reckless and utterly false.” — Jessica Fletcher (@heckyessica) June 18, 2019

“Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: The U.S. is ‘running concentration camps on our southern border #FoxNews AOC IS DISGUSTING LIAR WHO THINKS SHE IS A STAR….2020 TICK TOCK. SEND HER TO VENEZUELA.” — KAS_B747 (@KAS_B747) June 18, 2019

@AOC oh my gosh you really need to read and study your history! How dare you compare the border to ‘concentration camps’ you disgust me!” — Kay Loflin (@KayLoflin) June 18, 2019

“AOC the Democrat Socialist Revolutionary that doesn’t own a gun and whose only job experience is bartending told her Instagram followers that the U.S. government is running concentration camps on our southern border.” “I don’t use those… — John Hawley (@Musclepapa) June 18, 2019

“Wow @AOC, taking stupidity to a whole new level, and I don’t say that lightly. There are NO concentration camps in the US, show me one oven, one mass grave, one forced labor or starvation victim.” #nypoorvotingchoices — Ric Dagenais (@rdags68) June 18, 2019

“Someone needs to run against AOC and get that crazy BITCH back to bar tending. Now she’s comparing the camps of ILLEGAL immigrants at the BORDER to concentration camps in Germany. See, she is one crazy BITCH.” SOUTHERN MAN (@BLUELOUTITAN) June 18, 2019

“FFS, a detention center at the border detains ALL peoples regardless of race, sex, gender, religion, etc. Concentration camps are created for SPECIFIC peoples that a gov’t wishes to control. Read a book sometime.” #FarewellToManzanar #Auschwitz — Echo5Hotel (@Echo5Hotel14) June 18, 2019

@AOC Are you crazy? You really are comparing the southern border crisis to Nazi concentration camps. If that’s true then where the gas chambers where are the collections of gold jewelry and gold teeth and pieces of skin to make shoes? Again talking out your ass with no evidence.” — Russ Miller (@rustypezz21) June 18, 2019

@AOC hmmm … concentration camps? Like these? Never Again!” — Mazel the Leprechaun (@professorummm) June 18, 2019

It feels like AOC and her Democratic liberal “moronic” friends have been put on this earth to prove Godwin’s Law that all Internet arguments eventually end with allegations of “Hitler and the Holocaust.”

She is a pretty sick and uneducated feminist who should have her head examined. The only thing AOC has done during the first 6-months she’s been in Washington is authoring a bill calling for the elimination of  “farting cows.”

And costing her Queens and Bronx NYC 14th district 25,000 guaranteed Amazon jobs with medical benefits.

And “embezzled” almost $1 million from her campaign and place it in a “Secret PAC” that she and her ex-campaign manager and now “Chief of Staff” Saikat Chakrabarti controls.

And worst of all, “embarrass” her constituents in the Bronx and Queens. In fact, she cares so little about “Her Peeps” in the Bronx, she hasn’t even opened a congressional office there.

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Thinks You’re Stupid 

How Many Need to Die Before Pelosi/AOC Stops Concentration Camp Rhetoric? 

Al-Jazeera Network

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , on June 2, 2019 by andelino

Arabic, an online media platform run by the Qatari “Al-Jazeera Network” posted a video on May 18, 2019 about “The Story of the Holocaust” on Twitter and Facebook.

The video was titled: “The Gas Chambers Killed Millions of Jews – That’s How the Story Goes. What Is the Truth behind the Holocaust and How Did the Zionist Movement Benefit from It?”

The video was narrated by Muna Hawwa, a Kuwaiti-born “Palestinian” who lives in Qatar and works as a “producer” for the Al-Jazeera Network. In the video, Hawwa claimed that the number of Jewish Holocaust victims remains “one of the most prominent historical debates to this day,” and she said that some people believe that Hitler supported “Zionist” ideology.

She claimed that the “much-regurgitated narrative of the Holocaust sorrows” paved the way for Jewish immigration to Palestine, and although she stressed that “denouncing the Holocaust is a moral obligation,” Hawwa added that Israel is the biggest “winner” from the Holocaust and that it uses the “same justification” as a “launching pad for the racial cleansing and annihilation of the Palestinians.”

Hawwa said that the ideology behind the State of Israel “suckled from the Nazi spirit,” and concluded: “So how can a Palestinian denounce a crime that has become the flip side of his own tragedy?”

Shortly after its publication, the video could no longer be “accessed” on Facebook but it can be viewed at the “links” below for the time being.…/al-jazeera-holocaust-denial-israel-…

Here is the video transcript:

The narrative that six million Jews were killed by the Nazi movement was adopted by the Zionist movement, and it is being reiterated every year on the so-called “Holocaust Memorial Day.” Let us tell you about the story of the Holocaust.

More than nine million Jews lived in Europe before World War II, most of them in the countries that would later be taken over by the Nazis. After the Holocaust, the Zionist movement claimed that 2 out of every 3 Jews were killed.

The Nazis targeted anyone they considered to be “human surplus” – either because they were “racially inferior,” or because they were not accepted politically. This means that the Jews were not the only victims of that era. The Nazis targeted the Romani, the Slavic nations, and some Arabs, as well as other groups like communists, socialists, trade unions, homosexuals, and the handicapped.

Along with others, the Jews faced a policy of systematic persecution, which culminated in the “Final Solution,” or annihilation. Their books were burned, they were fired from their jobs, their property was confiscated, and they were torn from their homes, in order to live in the secluded ghetto neighborhoods. They were forced to wear a special badge on their clothes. They were sent to detention centers, and they were worked to death in forced labor. The victims of the Nazis – who were following Hitler’s orders – exceeded 20 million people. The Jews were part of them. So why is there a focus only on them?

The Jewish groups had financial resources, media institutions, research centers, and academic voices that managed to put a special spotlight on the Jewish victims of the Nazis. Nevertheless, the number of victims of the Holocaust remains one of the most prominent historical debates to this day. People are divided between those who deny the annihilation, others who think that the outcome was exaggerated, and others yet who accuse the Zionist movement of blowing it out of proportion in the service of the plan to establish what would later be known as the “State of Israel.”

Let us take a pause here. How did Israel benefit from the Holocaust? In the first months following the Nazis’ rise to power, an agreement was signed between Nazi Germany and the Jewish Agency, the purpose of which was to make it easy for the Jews to immigrate to Palestine, in exchange for surrendering their property to Germany.

This agreement, along with other documents, made some people believe that Hitler supported Zionism. Former Mayor of London [Ken Livingstone] publicly declared this belief, and he was suspended from the Labor Party because of this. The persecution and the suffering – the much-regurgitated narrative of the Holocaust sorrows – paved the way for the Jewish immigration to Palestine.

Germany is still paying huge reparations for what happened in World War II to a state that did not even exist at the time of the annihilation. Greece, the Serbs, Yugoslavia, and the Romani people have all suffered, but the Germany reparations to those victims cannot be compared to the payments to Israel, which, in turn, devoured the reparations of all the Jewish victims of Nazism.

The Holocaust never stops to be a tragic event. Several countries denounce it as a crime. Dozens of institutions sponsor large museums in various capitals in the world commemorating the tragedy of the Jews. This provoked great interest in this incident, even though similar crimes, no less heinous, are still being perpetrated against other peoples.

Denouncing the Holocaust is a moral obligation, but Israel is the biggest winner from the Holocaust, and it uses the same Nazi justifications as a launching pad for the racial cleansing and annihilation of the Palestinians. The main ideology behind the “State of Israel” is based on religious, national, and geographic concepts that suckled from the Nazi spirit and its main notions. So how can a Palestinian denounce a crime that has become the flip side of his own tragedy?

The “annihilation” of any people because of their “race, sex or religion” is an unacceptable thing that “deserves” to be strongly denounced.

I wonder if “Muslima” Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib were “consultants” on this video?

Wasn’t it  Joseph Goebbels, Adolf Hitler‘s Propaganda Minister in Nazi_Germany” who said “If you repeat a lie often enough, people will believe it, and you will even come to believe it yourself?

Is Al-Jazeera “anti-Semitic”? That’s kind of like asking is the “Pope Catholic”?

Al Jazeera Pulls Video Claiming Jews Inflated Numbers Of Holocaust Victims

Al Jazeera Says Its Holocaust Denial Video Was A Mistake, But Has A Long History Of Anti-Semitism


Thunderous Applause

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , on January 23, 2019 by andelino

Thunderous Applause—We Can Kill Our Children at 9 Months
by Shane Idleman

The so-called “Reproductive Health Act” in New York passed with thunderous applause in the state Senate chamber.

I could not believe what I was reading: “People actually applauded the slaughtering of children.” Was I having a dream . . . a nightmare? Was this real?

“Why didn’t someone do something?” Those five words still haunt my thoughts today. Some time ago, I sat speechless as I listened to a man recount his trip to a Holocaust museum with his young daughter. As they walked by photos of the death camps and gas chambers, his daughter silently contemplated the horrors that were unfolding before her eyes.

When the tour ended, they drove home without saying a word. The father wondered if she truly understood the significance of the event. Was she too young to view such depravity? Was she too fragile to cope with the truth of the Holocaust? Would it make a negative impact on her life? Would it leave her fearful and wounded? Would she begin to doubt God?

His questions were answered nearly two hours later when his daughter finally spoke. She looked at her father and asked, “Daddy, why didn’t someone do something?”

Will we hear those same haunting words from our children and grandchildren? Yes! If we fail to contend for what is right, we may see a time in our history when our children will ask, “Why didn’t someone do something?” Sadly, we may not be able to answer.

With rapid-fire changes in a culture saturated by political correctness and relativism, we are inclined to ask, “Is there any hope for America?” If we continue down this slippery slope, there is little hope. Apart from a national “spiritual awakening”, it will be difficult to turn the Titanic around; the vessel has been struck.

But if God brings revival—if we once again set our hearts and minds on Him—there is tremendous hope. God’s call is not to Hollywood, Washington, or the media, but to us. If “My people” turn back to God He will heal and restore.

As the moral and cultural war rages between our shores, the need to be awakened from our spiritual slumber has never been greater. “Where the battle rages, there the loyalty of the soldier is tested.” (Martin Luther)

One problem is silence in the pulpit. The silent pulpit is not God’s pulpit. Did you catch that? The silent pulpit is not God’s pulpit. World Magazine featured an article in their January 25th, 2014 edition entitled “Still silent Shepherds”, which motivated me greatly and caused me to begin to speak out even more.

For example, tomorrow, on January 24, 2019, I’m scheduled to be on Spirited-debate with Lauren Green on Fox News. If all goes well, it should be available at the links below. The topic will center around the moral divide in America—no doubt from gay marriage to abortion. You can also search YouTube under Shane Idleman on Fox News for more clips.

Pastors, make no mistake about it, we play an enormous role in shaping the direction of the country. We can no longer remain silent while silent screams go unheard. Deep repentance must take place at the individual and national level; our consciences have been seared.

Our job is to preach the totality of God’s Word, including those things that are hard to hear, so that both conviction and comfort take place. Ironically, one characteristic of a false prophet is to avoid controversial topics such as repentance, sin, and judgment.

When human life is devalued, atrocities such as the Holocaust, slavery, sex-trafficking, and abortion occur. God help us when we ignore our calling to confront evil. Pastors are to be pillars who support truth and defend the faith. “We need more prophets in our pulpits and less puppets” (Leonard Ravenhill).

We need men and women filled with the Spirit of God rather than the things of the world. This battle is for the very soul of our nation. It’s our choice—stand or fall.

Today, the truth is often neglected, watered-down, or avoided altogether in the hope of not offending and building an audience. Abortion is rarely mentioned, so repentance is rarely sought and hope is elusive. We want to build a church rather than break a heart, be politically correct rather than biblically correct, coddle and comfort rather than stir and convict.

The graphic description of abortion is heart-wrenching and soul-searching and requires a WARNING for the graphic content. Life is precious.

We must fight for it: “From the formation of a child’s first tiny cell to life’s final breath, all life has dignity and value because each and every one of us is made in the image of God” (Focus on the Family).

How can we undo the emotional pain that we experience from abortion? First, don’t allow past brokenness to cause future pain. We are to forget those things that are behind us and focus on those things ahead (Philippians 3:13). You can’t change where you’ve been, but you can change where you’re going. Abortion is not the unpardonable sin. Christ died for every sin, including abortion.

Second, realize that there is hope for those who have participated in or who have had an abortion. If this is you, I encourage you to read Psalm 51 often. God’s unfailing love and compassion will see you through. We lean on His strength for the future, not on our failures from the past.

John 10:10 says that Jesus came to give us life, freedom, and a relationship with Him. He is our only hope—the only source of true peace. Are you experiencing this peace? If not, that can change if you trust in Him as Lord and Savior, repent, and turn to Him: “If you confess with your mouth the Lord Jesus and believe in your heart that God has raised Him from the dead, you will be saved” (Romans 10:9).


Auschwitz Pope Francis

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , on April 27, 2017 by andelino

Pope Francis, a.k.a Jorge Mario Bergoglio, has “raised” a lot of eyebrows when it comes to “liturgical” positions he has taken on many “social issues.”

He has embraced “Islam, homosexuality, refugee resettlement, wealth redistribution and global warming;” all which happen to be issues the “far left” argues in favor of.

His latest public statement is sure to raise more “discord” as it is virtually impossible to “argue” that the man who “represents” the Catholic church is not “outright” a communist.

Pope Francis “outraged” leaders around the world by “comparing” European “refugee centers”  to “concentration camps.”

Let’s take a look at former “Nazi  Concentration Camps”  vs. current “European Refugee Camps”

The pontiff was speaking to a group of migrants at the Basilica of St. Bartholomew in Rome. He was talking about a “refugee” he met on the Greek island of Lesbos.

Speaking in Italian he said: “’I don’t know if he was able to get out of that concentration camp because the refugee camps – many – are concentration camps because they are crowded with so many people.”

The “American Jewish Committee” CEO David Harris soon after urged the pontiff to “reconsider his regrettable choice of words” Reuters reported.

“The conditions in which migrants are currently living in some European countries may well be difficult and deserve still greater international attention, but concentration camps they certainly are not. There is no comparison that could be made with the Holocaust.”

“The Nazis and their allies erected and used concentration camps for slave labor and the extermination of millions of people during World War II. There is no comparison to the magnitude of that tragedy.”

Pope Francis was the third “consecutive” pontiff to make the “pilgrimage” to Auschwitz, where Adolf Hitler’s forces “killed” more than one million people, most of them “Jews.”

The Catholic church has been “infiltrated” by communist agents long ago with the “explicit” purpose of “discrediting” religion and slowly “replacing” it with communist tenants.

From the list of 45 communist goals

  1. Infiltrate the churches and replace revealed religion with “social” religion. Discredit the Bible and emphasize the need for intellectual maturity, which does not need a “religious crutch.” This has been largely accomplished through the communist infiltration of the National Council of Churches, Conservative and Reform Judaism, and the Catholic seminaries.
  1. Eliminate prayer or any phase of religious expression in the schools on the grounds that it violates the principle of “separation of church and state”

Pope Francis openly “professes” doctrines against “faith and morals,” he has no “curial” experience, he does not “shine” for his sanctity, he is “loose” in doctrine and liturgy, he has not fought against “abortion” and only very “weakly” against homosexual “marriage.”

He has never “fought” for anything other than to “remain” in positions of power.

I don’t think he ever had a “moral” compass. And faith seems to be “irrelevant” to him.

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Is the Pope a communist?
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Pope Francis’ Auschwitz Visit
Four Million Lives Would’ve Been Saved If Allies Had Bombed Death Camps Immediately
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The Muslim Migrant Invasion and the Collapse of Europe

Nazi Islam

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , on January 1, 2016 by andelino

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For the “first” time since Hitler’s “death,” Germany is publishing the Nazi leader’s political treatise “Mein Kampf”, (My Struggle) unleashing a highly “charged row” over whether the text is an inflammatory “racist” diatribe or a useful “educational” tool.

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A copy of Adolf Hitler’s book “Mein Kampf” (My Struggle) from 1940.

The 70-year “copyright” on the text, written by Hitler between 1924-1926 and “banned” by the Allies at the end of World War Two, “expires” at the end of the year, “opening” the way for a critical edition with “explanatory” sections and some 3,500 annotations.

In January the 2,000 page, two-volume work will go on “sale” after about three years of “labor” by scholars at Munich’s “Institute for Contemporary History.”

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Hitler wrote most of the first, highly “autobiographical” volume while incarcerated in Landsberg “prison” after his failed Munich “coup attempt” in 1923.

After his “release” he wrote much of the “second” volume at his mountain “retreat” near Berchtesgaden.

In the book, with a mix of “personal experience and political ideology,” he outlined his strategy.

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A bestseller after he became “chancellor” in 1933, it had by 1945 “sold” 12 million copies and been “translated” into 18 languages.

The re-publication is a big “deal” for Germany, which is still “struggling” with the legacy of the “Nazi era and the Holocaust.”

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Polls show deeply “divided” public opinion. A YouGov “survey” last month said 51 percent of Germans “oppose” a continuation of the ban. The state of Bavaria has until now “repeatedly” used the copyright transferred to it by the Allies to “prevent” a reprint.

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Hitler “biographer” Peter Longerich told Reuters Germans have reached a stage where “taboos” are being broken.

“We are probably entering a phase in which you can do more with Hitler and texts about him than you did 10 or 20 years ago. In the age of mass media, taboos are constantly broken and texts cannot be locked away,” he told Reuters.

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Other “watersheds” include the 2004 film “Downfall” which explored the last days of “Hitler’s life” to this year’s hit film “Look Who’s Back”, an adaptation of a satirical novel about the “reappearance” of Hitler in modern times and becoming a “celebrity.”

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Keenly aware of the controversy surrounding “Mein Kampf”, the Munich institute has stressed that the aim is to “deconstruct” propaganda and undermine any “symbolic” power the book still has.

“The aim … is to present ‘Mein Kampf’ as a salient source document for contemporary history, to describe the context of the genesis of Hitler’s world view.”

To prevent any commercial “exploitation” of the sensitive text, the Institute is self-publishing. The first “print run” is expected to be up to “about” 4,000 copies.

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The “Central Council of Jews” in Germany has reservations, arguing the text, described by some community leaders as an “anti-Semitic diatribe”, should remain banned.

“After the expiry of the copyright, there is a very big risk that this sorry effort of a work will be more widely available,” Council President Josef Schuster said in a statement.

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Yet Schuster acknowledged that “understanding” it is important in explaining “Nazism” and the “Holocaust.”

“So there is nothing to object to if an academic edition with commentary is available for research and teaching,” he added.

German “authorities” have made clear anyone reprinting an “unedited” version will be subject to “incitement” laws.

But Germany’s “teachers association” wants it used in schools.

“A professional treatment of excerpts in lessons can help immunize against political extremism,” association head Josef Kraus told Handelsblatt.

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Islam Is Off Limits
The House of War (Dar al Harb)

OktoberFest 2015

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , , on October 1, 2015 by andelino

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Muslims have put up a “petition” on the Internet “demanding” a “ban” on the “intolerant and anti-Islamic” event of “Oktoberfest” in Munich, Germany.

Hey Angela Merkel, you “reap” what you have “sown.” Enjoy the “Oktoberfest” while you still can.

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Dear City Council of Munich,

I am writing this letter to bring to your attention something that I and many Muslims believe is unfair and requires attention. I would like to inform you that the Oktoberfest is an Intolerant and Anti-Islamic event. We tried to ignore the event, but there too many UN-Islamic acts done at the Oktoberfest. Such as alcohol consumption, public nudity etc.

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We understand that the Oktoberfest is a yearly German tradition, but we, Muslims, cannot tolerate this UN-Islamic event, because it offends us and all Muslims on the earth. We are requesting the immediate cancellation of the upcoming Oktoberfest event.

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We also believe that the Oktoberfest might also offend all the Muslim refugees coming from Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan. The cancellation of the Oktoberfest event will help refugees not to forget their Islamic history. Thank you for your attention to this matter.

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Morad Almuradi

Fearing “violence” by Muslims amid threats to “disrupt” the festival, police will assign “extra” security.

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It you thought that the Nazi “Holocaust” killing 6 Million Jews was “atrocious,” wait what “Fürer” Merkel has in store for the German “infidels.”

No sooner do they “arrive” in Germany they are “running” wild in the streets, “attacking” police cars and each other.

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You asked for it, Germany.

Obama Nuclear Deal

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , on July 28, 2015 by andelino

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The chief Iranian “negotiator” goes on television to “candidly” reflect on the negotiating “process” with the United States describing his “personal” impressions of the recent talks:

Obama also said that he felt he had been a “pretty good” president and if he were allowed to “run” for a third term, he’d probably be “victorious.”

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He made the remarks while “criticizing” leaders who wouldn’t step “aside” at the conclusion of their terms.

“Now, let me be honest with you,” Obama said. “I do not understand this. I am in my second term. It has been an extraordinary privilege for me to serve as the President of the United States. I cannot imagine a greater honor or a more interesting job. I love my work. But under our Constitution, I cannot run again.”

“I actually think I’m a pretty good president,” he said. “I think if I ran, I could win. But I can’t. So there’s a lot that I’d like to do to keep America moving, but the law is the law.”

He noted that he’s “still a pretty young man, but I know that someone with new insights and new energy will be good for my country … Old people think old ways. You can see my gray hair, I’m getting old.”

Perhaps Barack Obama has been “taking” Anger Management classes with Jack Nicholson like Adam Sandler did:

During a press conference in Ethiopia, in response to a question about Governor Huckabee’s comment comparing the “Iran Deal” to the “Holocaust,” as well as the general lack of “decorum” in the discourse among Republican “presidential” candidates, President Obama said:

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“I want to make sure I’m turning over the keys to somebody who is serious about the serious problems that the country faces and the world faces.”

This signals a departure from the “antiquated” notion of allowing the American People to “choose” their leader, through the “arduous” process of holding presidential elections.

The “implication” is that the president considers himself more “qualified” to appoint his successor than are his subjects.

This will have the added “bonus” of sparing the public a great deal of trouble of going to the “polls,” and also cuts down on voter “fraud,” and all those hate-filled “political” ads.

Some have speculated that the “move” doesn’t sound entirely Constitutional, but the Obama administration is “confident” that the Supreme Court will see “things” their way.

It’s a very exciting and progressive “development” for this democracy, which shows that America is ready to “lead” the way toward achieving the “utopian” state of the future.

How I wish this man had been our first black President, and not the weakling in the White “Rainbow” House now.

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Of course he would “win” re-election. Who would dare to oppose a man who gives “nukes” to his ally’s sworn enemy?

He’s a shoe-in for “Supreme Leader” for life, like his “idol” Kim Jong-un, the “Supreme Leader” of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea.

Judea Pearl Open Letter

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , on May 4, 2015 by andelino

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An extraordinary “open letter” to Professor Cornel West has been published in the Jewish Journal by Judea Pearl, Chancellor’s Professor of Computer Science and Statistics at UCLA, father of “murdered” Daniel Pearl, and president of the Daniel Pearl Foundation.

Professor West has been “invited” to UCLA to deliver an address in honor of noted “Jewish” theologian Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel.

Professor Pearl “calls him out” for his political “activities” that could have no “consequence” other than “destroying” the Jewish state.

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Dear Professor West,

This is a humble request sent to you from a rank-and-file Jewish professor at the University of California, Los Angeles, where you are scheduled to deliver a keynote address in honor of Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel, titled “Moral Grandeur and Spiritual Audacity.” My request may sound odd, perhaps even audacious, but it needs to be said as we are preparing to commemorate the life and legacy of Rabbi Heschel, his moral grandeur and his spiritual audacity.

I will be as blunt and straightforward as possible: You should excuse yourself from delivering this lecture. My reasons are also blunt and straightforward: No matter how eloquent your speech and how crafty your words, the audience you will face at UCLA will not be able to take them too seriously in light of your recent decision to become a leading propagandist for the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement.

You have to forgive us for being pedantic in these matters, and perhaps not as flexible and nuanced as one might hope, but our history has taught us the importance of devising crisp and visible litmus tests to distinguish friends from foes. It so happened, and you know it as well as we do, that the term BDS has become our most reliable litmus test. In other words, we have come to equate promoters of BDS ideology with those who seek the destruction of Israel, hence the demise of the Jewish people.

Thus, as much as we might try to separate the words you would be saying in honor of Rabbi Heschel from those you uttered in a Feb. 25 interview with David Palumbo-Liu at Stanford (published in Salon), in which you took great pride in promoting cultural and academic boycotts of Israel, our minds will resist the separation. Our minds will be warning us, again and again, that the person speaking before us wants our destruction.

The human mind is a funny machine, Professor West, unlike for politicians and entertainers, our mind seeks consistency and coherence in everything that we see and hear. This stubborn mind will therefore not allow us to forget that in your Aug. 12, 2014, interview with Sean Hannity, you could not find even one historical link between the Jewish people and the land of Israel.

None! Nada! Blank! Not one word of empathy for a multiethnic society of immigrants who’ve fought 67 years of besiegement and hostility. None! Nada! Blank! Thus, Professor West, you will have to forgive those stubborn minds if they remind your audience that the keynote speaker at the Heschel memorial conference does not represent the ecumenical legacy of Rabbi Heschel (1907-72), but the moral deformity of BDS.

I believe your UCLA hosts, and certainly your UCLA audience, will accept your apologies if you decide to cancel your engagement. They would understand.

The winds of a “second” Holocaust are “blowing” stronger and stronger. Attacks on Jews in the “Diaspora” are increasing in “tandem” with the development of “nuclear weapons” by a states dedicated to “erasing” Israel from the map. There is no “middle” ground on the issue.

Have we learned “nothing” from the twentieth century?

The Sad But Self-Inflicted Fall of Cornel West

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