Can You Guess What It Will Be?
This shift is so significant, he claims, it is comparable to the change from monkeys to apes, and apes to humans.
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Posted 13 September 2014 - 02:16 PM
Obama essentially said, "Go To Hell"...
The family of US journalist James Foley – who was kidnapped and killed by the Islamic State – had been “threatened” by the US government with charges of aiding terrorists if they tried to raise funds to pay ransom for him, Foley’s mother told the media.
Obama administration officials repeatedly warned the family of murdered journalist James Foley that they might face criminal charges for supporting terrorism if they paid a ransom to the Islamic State jihadists who were holding and, ultimately, beheaded their son, his mother and brother said this week.
“We were told that several times and we took it as a threat and it was appalling,” Foley’s mother Diane said in an interview with ABC News.
Posted 30 October 2014 - 01:37 AM
Wednesday at the Aspen Institute's "Washington Ideas Forum,"
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said we are living through, "historic, defining times," that will result in a "new world order.”
Catholic Church warns of a rise in Satanism and the occult
Dabbling in the occult "opens the way to extraordinary demonic activity," said Dr Cascioli.
Posted 01 November 2014 - 12:01 AM
OBAMA REGIME UNLEASHED HELL ON AMERICA
“There seems to be no concern for what we're going through and the issues that we want to bring to him [Obama].
Thousands of us are waiting for at least an acknowledgment from him that he understands the pain that we are experiencing losing a loved one at the hands of repeat illegal criminals. He has taken the time to meet with them. He has addressed their issues, and he’s now doing something about it in this amnesty move that he’s going to make. When is he going to meet with the American people who have been affected by this? He is ignoring us completely, and this is what I want. I have met with other families who have been affected by illegals killing their loved ones. I mean, horrific accidents and horrific crimes, and we deserve acknowledgment just like these illegals who he is now going to do something for them.”
Mendoza added that tragedies like her son’s death are “going to keep happening because they're rereleased out on to our streets to commit more crimes. and the more of them that enter this country and realize that the stiff penalties are not going to apply to them and they'll be released out on our streets without jail time and not being deported, it's only a matter of time that they're going to repeat the crime.”
Posted 01 December 2014 - 09:00 PM
I'm not an American so I have no dog in this race, but as a Canadian I can scarcely avoid observing and learning about American politics. It seems obvious from a clear blue northern vantage point, that Obama has been a history making president, and his impact on history has been mostly positive. Self loathing Yanks can bitch until sundown about Obamacare, but any small success in the battle for universal healthcare in the USA, is a huge success in the business of nation building. This is just one of many ways this president has distinguished himself admirably. However, I do remain baffled why the USA's first black president, would even lift a finger to create the world's first Nazi governed nation since Hitler's Germany: the Ukraine.
Posted 03 December 2014 - 03:05 PM
"Universal Healthcare" is ALLWAYS like health care in Britain or Canada, so Americans will be going to Mexico for medical care when the US government finally nationalizes the medical system.
If any government wants to be sure that its poor can get medical care, they can pay the bills of people who fail to pay for their own medical bills, after the fact of treatment. People who can afford to pay, would rather do so. Individual choice is the key missing element of nationalized health systems. Americans want choice, not directives.
And if that means the trillions of dollars earmarked for war will have to be spent on health care, how could that go wrong?
Posted 03 December 2014 - 05:25 PM
I've personally known a number of American couples who have moved to the UK to have babies, and many more who come to Canada for various kinds of treatment they can't afford in their own country. You have to begin by making a decision to make the ethical considerations of healthcare paramount over its economic considerations. In other words you first commit to the principle of universal healthcare; then you look for a way to fund that system within whatever economic system you have. Universal healthcare conserves life; it is a conservative principle.
Posted 12 January 2015 - 03:11 PM
Obama's Message to France: "Go To HELL!"
Sunday, President Obama morally abdicated his place as the leader of the free world.
His decision to stay home instead of standing side by side with French President Hollande as millions marched in Paris in solidarity with the slain journalists of Charlie Hebdo in opposition to radical Islam – an enemy fiercer than we have seen in decades – sent a clear message to the world: Obama just doesn’t care.
His words about the horrendous terrorist attack this week were not enough. They came off as inauthentic at best and offensive at worst.
We are at war with radical Islam. And President Obama needs to say it.
To speak about the most serious terrorist attack on Western soil since 9/11 in between speeches about his free community college plan demonstrates a fundamental lack of understanding for the gravity of the situation in Paris and, indeed, the world.
To this end, it is not surprising that President Obama is the only Western leader who has refused to call this attack Islamic terrorism, even though President Hollande has declared that France is it at war with radical Islam. And to not even send Vice President Joe Biden or Secretary of State John Kerry in his place shows a level of disrespect that makes me ashamed of our nation.
We are at war with radical Islam. And President Obama needs to say it.
Many have tried to understand why President Obama made this choice. It’s certainly not possible that Obama has different intelligence than the French. Or that he and his advisers can’t see what the rest of the world has seen and come out against – the radicalization of Islam, the greatest threat of our time.
Incredibly, in a speech on Friday Egyptian President el-Sisi called upon the Islamic leaders in his own country to stand up to the extremism that is destroying Islam. “We are in need of a religious revolution…You, imams, are responsible for Allah. The entire world…is waiting for your next move…because [the Islamic world] is being torn, it is being destroyed, it is being lost – and it is being lost by our own lands.”
Sisi’s words strike at the heart of the problem in Islam today, where radicals and extremists have high jacked a religion for their own hateful means. He doesn’t condemn the whole religion by calling out the terrorists for what they are.
So why is our own president afraid to do the same?
A condemnation and declaration of war against Islamic extremism does not mean a condemnation and declaration of war against Islam. They are separate and distinct and the president shows a profound lack of understanding for today’s world and threats to America and, indeed, the world without being honest about what’s at stake here.
I made these same points Sunday night on Fox News Channel with my colleagues on "Political Insiders" when we talked with Harris Faulkner and will continue to do so.
I have been disappointed by President Obama many times during his six years in office, but perhaps never more so than this weekend. He is redefining what it means to be a lame duck as well as giving the world a master class in what it means to let the world down.
Posted 17 August 2016 - 02:56 PM
SATANIC SUBSIDIES FROM THE WHITE HOUSE
There are a couple of dictionary definitions of the word “chimera.”
One dates back to Greek mythology – a fire-breathing female monster with a lion’s head, a goat’s body, and a serpent’s tail.
The other is “a thing that is hoped or wished for but in fact is illusory or impossible to achieve.”
But with the U.S. federal government preparing to open wide the spigot for funding of research to investigate the of injecting animal embryos with human stem cells, creating half-human half-animal hybrids, some in Washington apparently are banking on achieving the impossible.
Either that, or they have given the green light to breed monsters.
Earlier this month, the National Institutes of Health announced the agency is requesting public comment on expanding the kind of experimentation that could create “chimeras.”
Carrie D. Wolinetz, NIH’s associate director for science, announced Thursday in a blog post that the agency is requesting public comment on expanding fund said the development of “these types of human-animal organism … holds tremendous potential for disease modeling, drug testing, and perhaps eventual organ transplant. I am confident that these proposed changes will enable the NIH research community to move this promising area of science forward in a responsible manner.”
Meanwhile, this kind of experimentation is not just going on in the U.S.
Experiments involving genetically engineered animals have nearly tripled in Germany in the past 10 years, driven by a burgeoning global industry that involves inventing and patenting genetically altered species for scientific research, says a new study commissioned by Germany’s Green Party and conducted by the research group Testbiotech.
The Green Party is not happy about the prospects, suggesting opposition to the expansion of such programs is broadening into what could be a coalition between left and right. While the attacks from the left focus mainly on animal cruelty concerns, the more muted attacks from the right focus on concerns about the sanctity of human life and biblical prohibitions against attempting to breed different kinds of animals (Leviticus 19:19).
The study released last week by the Green Party and shared with Süddeutsche Zeitung and newspapers owned by Germany’s Funke Mediengruppe, found that nearly 950,000 animals were subjected to experiments in Germany in 2013 alone, and a full third of those involved genetically modified animals.
The genomes of mice, rats, and fish are being tinkered with the most, reports Süddeutsche Zeitung, but rabbits and pigs are popular choices, too.
In contrast to conventional animal testing, the research on genetically manipulated animals is especially deadly, says Silke Strittmatter of the organization Doctors Against Animal Experiments: “We can safely assume that up to 54 animals die for the creation of a single genetically modified animal.”
To achieve the desired outcome, scientists must experiment with many variations, which in many cases involves breeding multiple generations and then killing them.
In this fashion, the number of genetically altered animals is increasing, despite the fact that in the last two years, for the first time the number of animals used for traditional experimental trials has fallen.
Edited by Zharkov, 17 August 2016 - 03:00 PM.
Posted 17 August 2016 - 03:23 PM
“Because of modern technology, the whole world sees these demonic displays, one after the other”
Gallups also charged modern Americans are ignoring the reality of spiritual warfare and the presence of the demonic – even when it is right in front of them.
“Because of modern technology, the whole world sees these demonic displays, one after the other,” the pastor said. “We are under the prophesied demonic deluge. The problem is it is so in your face that few actually ‘see’ it. There is such a technological saturation of evil – from entertainment mediums to virtual fantasy porn – that a ‘normalcy bias’ kicks in to overdrive.”
And Gallups concluded ominously what modern Christians are witnessing is nothing new.
“It’s kind of like the days of Noah,” he said.
“Everyone just ‘ate and drank’ even though their judgment was staring them in the face, just like Jesus warned.
The Lion of prophecy is roaring. I wonder if anyone actually hears it?”
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