When Lauren or anyone that claims to be a Christian say’s things like, “I can’t say one way or the other. I’m not God,” rest assured it is because they do not know God (1 John 2:3).
This just may not be a positive message for a rebellious country (Jeremiah 5:23), but then again, we are not asking for permission from the devil to obey our God now, are we?
These networks, along with the parents, should be held lawfully accountable for child abuse (Matthew 18:6) and the avocation of that which is clearly illegal and a felony in this country.
These were the apostolic and prophetic paeachers of their day (1 Corinthian 12:28) and the forerunners (Micah 2:13) who had the courage to act on our behalf over 242 years ago. They did not just preach out against the sins of the tyrants, they fought against him and his armies by resisting and throwing off his ungodly rule.
CAIR has now joined in the alliance (Isaiah 28:18) with attempting to pull down American sovereignty step by step through subversive acts like that of their predecessors. Jaylani may have forgotten (I am not playing the fool) as to what he is doing here, and what it is that he wants Americans to forget, but I have not!
Look to who released the “fake news blacklist.” It was the Washington Post. Who then fueled the fire? The same media that 94% of Americans say they do not believe in, and rightly so. They want to knock everyone over by force while they are left standing. Who then gains from all of this?
These people are not under attack, they are attacking.
Conspiracy theory is the ultimate refuge of the apathetic. If you cannot change your own country, it must be that some greater force controls the world and there is nothing that you can do about it. This is exactly what conspirators would have you believe. The truth of the matter is, you do not want to make the effort to deal with it.
The “left” hates the “right” and the “right” hates the “left”, and the mainstream media and many of our leading politicians are having a good old time stirring the pot on a continual basis. It is almost as if they actually want violence to happen.
This crisis is rooted in the failure to learn the lessons of 2008 and of every other recession since the Fed’s creation: A secretive central bank should not be allowed to manipulate interest rates and distort economic signals regarding market conditions. Such action leads to malinvestment and an explosion of individual, business, and government debt. This may cause a temporary boom, but the boom soon will be followed by a bust. The only way this cycle can be broken without a major crisis is for Congress both to restore people’s right to use the currency of their choice and to audit and then end the Fed.