Wednesday, March 22, 2017

You Probably Didn’t Notice, but Trump and Putin are Rebuilding a Mighty Military Alliance


Lawrence SOLOMON

The Western press is preoccupied with demon Russia. 

We’re told that Russia through its tool, WikiLeaks, cost Hillary Clinton the election; that Russia hacked U.S. servers, effectively installing Donald Trump as president; that Russia is blackmailing Trump over sex scandals and secret business dealings; that Trump isn’t releasing his tax returns because they show Russian income; that Russia is intent on destabilizing the democracies in Europe as well as America, in fact, democracies everywhere; that Russia and its evil allies, Iran and Syria, are mortal foes of the West; that Putin wants to reassemble the Soviet Empire; that Putin is playing Trump for a fool; in short, that Russia is an unreconstructed enemy of the U.S. that must be kept always at arm’s length.

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

The Chaotic Truth that Muslims are Causing in Sweden & Europe Explained Perfectly

Muslims Riot in Paris (source

"This is an invasion" 

Go Back and Watch Election Night and You’ll Find the Root of the Democrats’ Russia Delusion


RUSH: You know what I did? I took my own advice, folks, and I went back last night and I watched some election night coverage. 

Liberal Political Witch Hunt: Democrats & The Media vs Trump

Yesterday's Congressional hearings regarding intelligence leaks against President Trump and his administration, Russia's interference in our last election and the President's allegations that Obama wiretapped Trump during the campaign was a victory for the Trump administration.  There continues to be NO EVIDENCE that there was ANY COLLUSION between Trump and Russia.  There continues to be NO EVIDENCE that Russia "hacked" the election.  Whereas it was said that there was no evidence to conclude that Trump was "wiretapped" it was NOT said he wasn't under surveillance, as we know for a FACT his National Security Advisor Michael Flynn was.  
James Comey has proven himself to be untrustworthy as FBI Director who says he can't comment on ongoing investigations, and then he comments on an ongoing investigation that might affect the President in a negative light.  Unbelievable.  

Side note: It was asked this morning by a news pundit, "I just want to know why the FBI can find Tom Brady's jersey, but they can't find the leaker in the White House?"   
Excellent question. Although it stands to reason that if the leaker came out of the White House, it was from the past White House administration. You know, Loretta Lynch and that bunch of scoundrels  -W.E.

Mass Tea Party - Wake Up America!

Monday, March 20, 2017

Jason A : This has Never Happened until Now... (2017-2018 EVENTS)

"They're making us smarter.  They may not yet be inside our bodies but, by the 2030's, we will connect our neocortex, the part of our brain where we do our thinking, to the cloud." 

"So we will be a hybrid of biological thinking and non-biological thing"

It is a force that has been coming like a freight train and it is growing exponentially. 

The Elite's who worship the god of this world have been conditioning us, especially our youth, via major media manipulation to accept and embrace such things as the gay lifestyle and the shameful "transgender" and "gender fluidity" concepts.  This is akin to the conditioning that has been going on towards transhumansim. It started with body modification; extreme tattoos and piercings suddenly became the rage, and now the norm. 
As well, the Elite have achieved the conditioning of ourselves to accept ourselves as a species in transition.

By design we have fallen in love so much with technology, science in itself has become not unlike a religion to many and the scientist with his magic elixirs a high priest and are believed at all cost; it is their only hope for some type of salvation....or at least and extension on life.  

What they want to transition us toward is literally to become inhuman.   
The next step in humankind's "evolution" is the melding of man and machine. Once they change the actual structure of the human genome...we will no longer be human.  

We will no longer be who or what God meant us to be in every way imaginable.  

This blasphemy will not work out well for them: 

"And the kings of the earth, and the great men, and the rich men, and the chief captains, and the mighty men, and every bondman, and every free man, hid themselves in the dens and in the rocks of the mountains;
And said to the mountains and rocks, Fall on us, and hide us from the face of him that sitteth on the throne, and from the wrath of the Lamb:
For the great day of his wrath is come; and who shall be able to stand?" (Revelation 6)

Of course, taking the mark will become the natural and sensible thing to do for most of humanity.  Those who refuse it, will be looked down upon as slowing progress and they will not be tolerated.  And those who do.....those who do will know only the briefest of pleasures, a few short years at most before eternity steps in, and the saddest and most somber prophecy of all of scripture is fulfilled: 

"And the third angel followed them, saying with a loud voice, If any man worship the beast and his image, and receive his mark in his forehead, or in his hand,
The same shall drink of the wine of the wrath of God, which is poured out without mixture into the cup of his indignation; and he shall be tormented with fire and brimstone in the presence of the holy angels, and in the presence of the Lamb:
And the smoke of their torment ascendeth up for ever and ever: and they have no rest day nor night, who worship the beast and his image, and whosoever receiveth the mark of his name."
Revelation 14:9-11


Saturday, March 18, 2017

Katy Perry Accused of Witchcraft by Nuns As She Wins Court Battle to Buy Their Former Convent


Two nuns who are strongly opposed to Katy Perry purchasing their former convent accused Katy Perry of witchcraft and of “selling her soul to the devil”. They really don’t want her to move in there.

Thursday, March 16, 2017

Christianity ‘Exploding’ in Bangladesh, Despite Persecution

Photo: Bangladesh Christians

"Do you not say, ‘There are yet four months, then comes the harvest’? Look, I tell you, lift up your eyes, and see that the fields are white for harvest." -John 4:35


Sandwiched between India and Myanmar, Bangladesh is the third largest Muslim-majority country in the world. 

5 Problems With The Hawaii Judge Halting Trump’s Travel Ban

Might I suggest problem #6? It just so happens that both so called judges are Obama appointees and one of the two, Judge Watson, is an old college classmate of Barry Soetoro.  It also just so happens that Obama was in Honolulu dining at a restaurant less than 4 miles from Judge Watson's courthouse and less than 48 hours before the judge rendered his decision.  The coincidences are just amazing.  
Rather reminiscent of Bill Clinton's now infamous and "coincidental" meeting with Loretta Lynch.  Seems the Obama's and Clinton's happen to no how to be at the right place at the right time. -W.E.

The Federalist

Hours before it was to take effect, a federal judge in Hawaii put President Donald Trump’s latest Middle East travel ban on hold.  

The executive order, which was a loosened version of a previous version struck down by another court, suspends entry to the United States for 90 days from nationals of Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen. It also suspends the U.S. Refugee Admissions Program for 120 days.

“This is an unprecedented judicial overreach,” Trump said of Judge Derrick Watson’s order, during a rally in Nashville.

Whether you agree or disagree with the executive order — and there are plenty of people on both sides of that debate, for many different reasons — the judge’s ruling has some serious problems. Here are a few of them. 

1. Feelings, Nothing More Than Feelings

Trump said the temporary travel restriction was needed for national security. In issuing his temporary restraining order, Watson said Trump’s order was a result of nothing more than religious animus against Muslims. The judge’s order is predicated on what he thinks Trump wants to do, not the order itself.

Throughout the ruling, Judge Watson concedes there’s nothing about the executive order that would be problematic if not for his interpretation of Trump’s statements made in the months and years prior to issuing it. He repeatedly states his feeling that Trump had a bad motive in issuing the order.

Judges using campaign rhetoric to infer intent instead of plainly evaluating the law as written is a dangerous development. Also because the public can witness the selective use of this trick, it undermines confidence in the judiciary at a time when the judiciary can’t afford too much erosion of trust.

Imagine, for instance, if judges ruled that the Obama-era Health and Human Services mandate forcing nuns to pay for birth control and abortifacients against their religious will was motivated by President Barack Obama’s religious animus, since he had made derogatory comments during his campaign about people bitterly clinging to God. Judges have ruled against powerful mandates such as that one for much better reasons than a parsing of Obama’s campaign rhetoric or political speeches.

Or remember when the Supreme Court saved Obamacare by ruling it constitutional because the individual mandate — the penalty people had to pay for not buying health insurance — could be considered a tax? They ruled that way despite the fact that President Obama repeatedly maintained that the mandate was not a tax. Or as one attorney on Twitter joked:

Throughout his ruling, Watson shifts from discussing Trump’s campaign rhetoric to the executive order itself. In this sense, Watson’s decision looks to be largely a rewrite of a February decision issued by Judge Leonie Brinkema in Aziz v. Trump.

The restraining order is a commentary on Trump rather than the executive order he promulgated. Law professor Josh Blackman wrote of the earlier Brinkema ruling that the judge had “applied a ‘forever taint’ not to the executive order, but to Donald Trump himself.” In defending the earlier executive order that limited travel from seven countries, the government pointed out the naming of those countries as requiring “special scrutiny” by the Obama administration.

Brinkema wrote, “Absent the direct evidence of animus presented by the Commonwealth, singling out these countries for additional scrutiny might not raise Establishment Clause concerns; however, with that direct evidence, a different picture emerges.” In other words, if Obama selected those countries for extreme vetting, she would find it lawful but because Trump had, it was unlawful.

As Blackman notes, “No matter that Trump excluded forty-three other Muslim-majority nations that account for 90 percent of the global Muslim population. Even though three of the included nations are state-sponsors of terrorism! It will always a ‘Muslim ban’ because of comments he made on the O’Reilly Factor in 2011, a policy he adopted in 2015, and abandoned after his lawyers told him it was illegal. She admits as much. ‘A person,’ she writes, ‘is not made brand new simply by taking the oath of office.’ Not the policy. The person. Trump.”

Watson essentially makes the same point in his restraining order. Even though his own ruling notes the evolution in Trump’s rhetoric from a “Muslim” ban to a restriction on certain “territories,” in his view the original motivation of the man remains and forever taints the immigration policy of the executive branch for all time, no matter the words of the policy itself.

2. Selective Quotations

Watson’s temporary restraining order focuses exclusively on campaign rhetoric from Trump and his advisors. He dismisses the government’s desire to “focus on the Executive Order’s text, rather than its context” by waving it away and discussing Trump’s press releases and cable news talking points. But those statements are selectively quoted.

For instance, Watson quotes Rudolph Giuliani as saying, “When [Mr. Trump] first announced it, he said, ‘Muslim ban.’ He called me up. He said, ‘Put a commission together. Show me the right way to do it legally.'”

Well, yes. Giuliani further explains how he put together a commission featuring judge and former attorney general Michael Mukasey, Chairman of the Homeland Security Committee Michael McCaul, and other expert lawyers. He says they focused on “instead of religion, danger. The areas of the world that create danger for us, which is a factual basis, not a religious basis. Perfectly legal, perfectly sensible.” He reiterated that the ban was “not based on religion. It’s based on places where there are substantial evidence that people are sending terrorists into our country.”

If you’re going to quote the man, quote the man. Yet if he’d done that, he would not have been able to write that “These plainly-worded statements… betray the Executive Order’s stated secular purpose.”

3. Unforced Errors

Watson favorably cites the plaintiffs’ condemnation of Trump for saying the following about his earlier executive order that gave priority to persecuted religious minorities such as Christians and Yazidis:

In a January 27, 2017 interview with Christian Broadcasting Network, President Trump said that persecuted Christians would be given priority under the first Executive Order. He said (once again, falsely): ‘Do you know if you were a Christian in Syria it was impossible, at least very tough to get into the United States? If you were a Muslim you could come in, but if you were a Christian, it was almost impossible and the reason that was so unfair, everybody was persecuted in all fairness, but they were chopping off the heads of everybody but more so the Christians. And I thought it was very, very unfair. So we are going to help them.’

Once again, falsely? Once again, falsely? It’s mildly disconcerting the judge would know so little about persecuted religious minorities in the region relevant to the travel ban. Here’s a report from September of last year:

The Obama administration hit its goal this week of admitting 10,000 Syrian refugees — yet only a fraction of a percent are Christians, stoking criticism that officials are not doing enough to address their plight in the Middle East.

Of the 10,801 refugees accepted in fiscal 2016 from the war-torn country, 56 are Christians, or .5 percent.

A total of 10,722 were Muslims, and 17 were Yazidis.

The numbers are disproportionate to the Christian population in Syria, estimated last year by the U.S. government to make up roughly 10 percent of the population. Since the outbreak of civil war in 2011, it is estimated that between 500,000 and 1 million Christians have fled the country, while many have been targeted and slaughtered by the Islamic State.

In March, Secretary of State John Kerry said the U.S. had determined that ISIS has committed genocide against minority religious groups, including Christians and Yazidis.

Once again, falsely? What’s false about what Trump said in that interview from which we’re supposed to deduce so much intent and motivation?

For more, read Nina Shea’s Wall Street Journal piece “The U.S. and U.N. Have Abandoned Christian Refugees.”

4. Confusion about the Establishment Clause

The plaintiffs in the case before Judge Watson said the executive order denies them their right to associate with family members overseas and results in “having to live in a country and in a State where there is the perception that the Government has established a disfavored religion.”

Watson uses the three-part Lemon test for the First Amendment. That means the law must have a primary secular purpose, may not have the principal effect of advancing or inhibiting religion, and may not foster excessive entanglement with religion. Watson says it fails the first part of the test. Yet the idea that the executive order has no secular purpose is laughably wrong. One can disagree with the executive order or its goals without denying that those goals are secular.

Watson admits that the executive order doesn’t discriminate for or against any religion or for religion versus non-religion. He admits that the executive order doesn’t even mention anything about religion. He notes that the government defended the religious neutrality of the text and noted what a small percentage of global Muslims the ban covers. But he says “The illogic of the Government’s contentions is palpable.” He says you can demonstrate animus without targeting the entire population and besides, the countries targeted involve a lot of Muslims.

The problem is that Watson neglects to note that the Establishment Clause has not been held by courts to apply to immigration policy. Back to Blackman:

Two decades ago, immigration scholar Enid F. Trucios-Haynes observed in the Georgetown Immigration Law Journal that applying the Supreme Court’s Establishment Clause jurisprudence to long-standing immigration laws ‘is particularly awkward.’ Under either the Lemon test or the related ‘endorsement’ test, a facially neutral law with a non-secular purpose is constitutionally suspect. A law that prefers religion over non-religion is very likely unconstitutional. A law that overtly prefers certain religious sects over others is almost certainly unconstitutional. Yet, immigration law routinely does all of the above, and neither Congress nor the courts have expressed even the slightest concern for the Establishment Clause—that is, until President Trump’s executive order.

Blackman looks at major court cases that have shown preference or favor for one religious group over another, or religious over non-religious, and the courts and other branches of government don’t seem particularly concerned about violations of the Establishment Clause. That’s not to say they couldn’t develop an opposition to immigration policy that benefits persecuted religious minorities, or restricts entry to particular regions with majority religions, but they haven’t demonstrated it thus far.

“My tentative conclusion is the Establishment Clause, in light of foreign policy concerns and Congress’s plenary powers over naturalization, simply has not applied with full force to immigration law,” Blackman writes. He notes that the landmark 1965 Immigration and Nationality Act includes a section designed to root out discriminatory quotas. That section specifically and intentionally doesn’t include religion in the list of what can’t be discriminated against.

5. Judicial Overreach

“This grandstanding judicial supremacism has to stop,” wrote Roger Kimball. Indeed, it’s hard to see how the logic of this temporary restraining order would ever permit a Trump administration to have any immigration policy whatsoever with regard to majority-Muslim countries.

What’s more, the idea that these courts are putting forth that restricting entry to a country with a majority religion suggests bias against that entire religion would make any and all immigration policy unconstitutional. Very few countries don’t have a majority religion, after all.

Regardless of one’s views on the particulars of this executive order and its efficacy, the ability to determine who can enter the country is one of the most obvious and important sovereign decisions a people makes. That power is vested in the executive branch and should not be enjoined by rogue judges. Unelected and unaccountable judges ignoring the law in favor of their feelings is a threat to self-government and rule of law. It needs to stop.

Mollie Ziegler Hemingway is a senior editor at The Federalist. Follow her on Twitter at @mzhemingway

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Twitter Just SHREDDED Rachel Maddow Over Trump Tax Return 'Story'


MSNBC's unapologetic liberal “journalist” Rachel Maddow lit the internet on fire Tuesday night when she teased via Twitter that she’d gotten her hands on President Donald Trump’s tax returns – a scoop that would have been pretty juicy, considering Trump never released his tax returns during the presidential campaign as all other modern-era presidents have done.

Monday, March 13, 2017

The Washington Post, Amazon, and the Intelligence Community

What are we to think when we find out that the Billionaire leftist owner of the Washington Post Jeff Bezos provides cloud computing storage for the Central Intelligence Agency?  What are we to believe when IBM comes along and outbids the Washington Post by $54,000,000,000 (that's BILLION) and still loses the bid?  What are we to believe when the Washington Post is front and center in writing article after article of unabashed negative stories on Trump, pre and post election and now the CIA is making news of their own about classified leaks and wiretapping of government officials and very possibly President Trump?  I can tell you what I am thinking; the Marxists, inside the government and inside the media are colluding to wage a stealth war of sabotage and propaganda against our duly elected President.  Congratulations to all of us, we continue to be pawns in a Tom Clancy novel that is all too real. -W.E.

Sunday, March 12, 2017

SICKO: California State Sen. Richard Pan caught on video LYING about aborted human fetal cell tissue used in vaccines

There are really no words....


California state senator Richard Pan just can’t stop lying about vaccines.  

Two years ago, he was caught blatantly lying about mercury in vaccines, attempting to push the blatantly false, anti-science fiction that mercury is somehow safe to inject into children. Now, he’s been caught on video, falsely claiming that aborted human fetal tissue cell lines are not used in vaccines when even the CDC list them prominently in the excipients (ingredients) lists for multiple vaccines (see list below).

Both WI-38 and MRC-5 cell lines are derived from aborted human fetal tissue. The WI-38 cell line is widely known to be “derived from lung tissue of an aborted white (caucasian) female fetus,” as even the pro-vaccine Wikipedia website admits. As the Coriell Institute for Medical Research explains about the MRC-5 cell line / WI-38:

The MRC-5 cell line was developed in September 1966 from lung tissue taken from a 14 week fetus aborted for psychiatric reason from a 27 year old physically healthy woman. The cell morphology is fibroblast-like. The karyotype is 46,XY; normal diploid male. Cumulative population doublings to senescence is 42-48. G6PD isoenzyme is type B.

The WI-38 / MRC-5 cell lines are used in all the following vaccines, according to the CDC: (see the document at this link to prove it to yourself)

Hep A
Hep A / Hep B
Varicella (chicken pox)
Chicken pox vaccine ingredients include “human embryonic lung cell cultures” and “human diploid cell cultures”

The chicken pox (Varicella) vaccine, by the way, is listed by the CDC as having the following excipient ingredients which obviously include fetal tissue cell lines:

human embryonic lung cell cultures, guinea pig cell cultures, human diploid cell cultures (WI-38), human diploid cell cultures (MRC-5), sucrose, hydrolyzed gelatin, sodium chloride, monosodium L-glutamate, sodium phosphate dibasic, potassium phosphate monobasic, potassium chloride, EDTA (Ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid), neomycin, fetal bovine serum

From the CDC document linked above, here’s the relevant section:

Again, see this list for yourself at this link. If the CDC removes it, we’ve saved a copy at this Natural News link.

This means that every parent giving their child a chicken pox vaccine is injecting their child with cell lines originally harvested from aborted human fetuses.
This is not a debate. This is not a conspiracy theory. This is established, admitted FACT that’s DENIED by vaccine pushers.

Isn’t it fascinating how anyone who cites a CDC document and points out that vaccines contain African Green Monkey kidney cells or aborted human fetal tissue cell lines is immediately branded a “conspiracy theorist” even when they are irrefutably, factually correct?

That’s the tactic of the lying, dishonest vaccine industry: Fill vaccines with the most grotesque, unclean and disease infested ingredients imaginable, then count on the fact that nobody will believe it when these facts are pointed out.

To this day, Richard Pan continues to insist that vaccines contain no harmful mercury and no human fetal tissue cell lines even when the CDC openly admits vaccines are deliberately made with mercury and human fetal tissue cell lines. (See Sen. Richard Pan lying in the video below.)

Thus is not a conspiracy theory. It’s a confirmed fact. But it’s a fact that Richard Pan and other medical child molesters refuse to publicly admit to because they know if the truth came out, parents would go berserk over the fact that their children have been injected with abortion harvested human fetal tissue cell lines (and other bizarre ingredients) year after year, all while the vaccine industry has absolute legal immunity from all the damage caused by their defective products.
Richard Pan, you are a liar, a medical child abuser and a science denialist

As you’ll see in the video below, Richard Pan, whom I’ve dubbed the “mercury joker” villain, blatantly lies about all this, claiming vaccines contain no human fetal tissue cell lines. (He also blatantly lies about mercury in vaccines, but that’s not surprising, given that he’s such a dishonest, despicable human being who seems to take great pleasure in the mass maiming of little children…)

H/t to Experimental Vaccines for this video, where Richard Pan is caught blatantly lying by saying:

First of all, vaccines are not made from aborted fetal cells. That, unfortunately, is a myth… A couple of the vaccines, Rubella vaccine, there was use of fetal tissue to develop the original Rubella vaccination, but the continuing production of those vaccines do not involve aborted fetal cells.

Richard Pan is either medically incompetent or a pathological liar
While Richard Pan says vaccines don’t contain aborted fetal cell lines, the CDC says they do. This means Richard Pan is either medically incompetent or a pathological liar. Either way, he is a clear and present danger to the children of California.

We already know the answer to this one, by the way: Richard Pan is a pathological liar and a medical child abuse promoter. That’s why he also fled VAXXED documentary cameras when they wanted to ask him a simple question about vaccine ingredients:

Something Very Disturbing Is Going On - Are The 'Real Life Hunger Games' Coming To Reality TV Another Sign We've Reached The 'End Times'?


Back on December 15th of 2016 we reported a 'real-life hunger-games bloodsport' is coming to reality TV out of Siberia, Russia in which 30 participants will take part in a 9-month survival marathon in the hopes of winning a little more than a million dollars.  

Saturday, March 11, 2017

You Won't Believe How DEMONIC 2017 Has Been, Until You Watch This....

I tell you that he will avenge them speedily. Nevertheless when the Son of man cometh, shall he find faith on the earth?” -Luke 18:8

“Even as Sodom and Gomorrha, and the cities about them in like manner, giving themselves over to fornication, and going after strange flesh, are set forth for an example, suffering the vengeance of eternal fire.” -Jude 1:7

Friday, March 10, 2017

The Dark Secrets Of The Catholic Church Are Starting To Come Out

SEE ALSO: 10 Dark Things About the Pope's Audience Hall #illuminati


We aren’t supposed to talk about what goes on behind closed doors when the cameras are off and the public can’t see what is happening.  

10 Dark Things About the Pope's Audience Hall #illuminati

Thank you Nena for sending me this.  

I didn't think anything could surprises me anymore, but I did find this simply ASTONISHING.  
This is not an indictment against Catholics who have no idea that at the top of their religious the Vatican level.... there is evil like they have probably never thought possible.  I won't say more because these two quick videos say it all.  -W.E. 

The Outer Dark

The Vatican is run by Satanists

If this does not represent and pay homage and honor to the "serpent" from the book of Genesis, I don't know what does.  

"And the Lord God said unto the woman, What is this that thou hast done? And the woman said, The serpent beguiled me, and I did eat." -Genesis 3:13