Saturday, May 31, 2008

Western culture self-destructs

Re: "A Message From Ali Sina":

"If any culture has to be protected it is the Western culture. Yet,
it is this culture alone that today is facing extinction -- because it is being watered down through immigration, multiculturalism and the suicidal disinterest of its members, who are willing to bend backwards to accommodate every inferior culture except protecting their own."

Which is one of the reasons there was apartheid, a system that (all things considered) benefited every color and creed, that came under hypocritical assault by the PC fascists bent on building their Tower of Babel, diluting and polluting our God-given differences.

A Warning for America from South Africa

How Evil was Apartheid?

Fellowship with Besieged White South Africans

Catholic Chutzpah!

Re: Televangelist John Hagee apologizes to Catholics [ Post 296265261, reply to 296262076 ]
Funny how you evangelicals, who only appeared on the scene a few decades ago, have all the answers.
Most of you have no formal education in philosohpy or religion, which makes you unqualified to talk about religion, much less preach it.

How haughty and presumptuous! Sounds like something the former Pharisees said about the disciples of Jesus. It also proves the poisonous Catholic failure to appreciate that God makes His Word available for all to read and heed for themselves, as the noble Bereans checked out what Paul said in light of it (Acts 17:11) - they didn't just blindly take his word for it.

John 7
48 Have any of the rulers or the Pharisees believed in Him? 49 But this crowd that does not know the law is accursed.”

Acts 4
5The next day the rulers, elders and teachers of the law met in Jerusalem. 6Annas the high priest was there, and so were Caiaphas, John, Alexander and the other men of the high priest's family. 7They had Peter and John brought before them and began to question them: "By what power or what name did you do this?"

8Then Peter, filled with the Holy Spirit [his inspiration and instant education, as Yeshua promised], said to them: "Rulers and elders of the people! 9If we are being called to account today for an act of kindness shown to a cripple and are asked how he was healed, 10then know this, you and all the people of Israel: It is by the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, whom you crucified but whom God raised from the dead, that this man stands before you healed. 11He is " 'the stone you [educated] builders rejected, which has become the capstone.' 12Salvation is found in no one else, for there is no other name under heaven given to men by which we must be saved."

13When they saw the courage of Peter and John and realized that they were unschooled, ordinary men, they were astonished and they took note that these men had been with Jesus [from whom we received our teaching - not Roman wolves in sheep's clothing - ordinary men made extraordinary by the Holy Spirit].

Catholics fear the plain truth of the Bible because it exposes their many errors and proves what a mess they've made of themselves and how they prefer to wallow in the mire of their sins, indulge in their idolatry and engage in pagan abominations, rather than be washed by the waters of the Word and in the blood of the Passover Lamb (not unclean Easter rabbit).

The accursed Roman Catholic Cult is the Babylonian Mystery religion dressed in Christian drag. It promotes its doctrines of demons, it idolatrous traditions, in opposition to the legitimate and Sabbath-keeping Church of God founded on our holy day of Shavuot/Pentecost in Jerusalem.

We follow the same Yeshua as the Jewish Simon Peter did, unlike the unclean Catholic cultists who follow the Samaritan sorcerer, a counterfeit Christ, Simon Magus and later his abominable heir, the pagan Constantine.

Plea to Diehard Catholics & Protestants to Repent

Thankfully, Rome will soon be history and the RCC utterly destroyed.

Jews - the Beast and False Prophet - and Rome's Destruction

C.H. Spurgeon on Christmas and Roman Catholicism

Friday, May 30, 2008

U.S. Cites Big Gains Against Al-Qaeda
Group Is Facing Setbacks Globally, CIA Chief Says
(By Joby Warrick, The Washington Post)

Ravaged by Weather and War

British-Israelites and Jews in Grave Danger

Death to the American, British and Jewish Peoples?

Death to America: Major American Cities Targeted by Terrorists?


"80 percent of legislation affecting business comes from EU", says Commissioner

Internal Market Commissioner Charlie McCreevy has said that "over 80 percent of all legislation affecting the business community is adopted by majority voting at EU level." The former Irish Finance Minister made the admission at a Yes campaign rally in Dublin.

In an analysis piece in the FT Quentin Peel looks at what EU politicians' response will be if the Irish vote no. He sketches out four options - add a new protocol, rewrite the whole treaty, go ahead without Ireland and finally - abandon the Treaty. He reports that many countries would be nervous about how Gordon Brown would react and predicts that they will be eager to maintain a united front. He quotes one EU diplomat saying, "Quite a lot of people in Brussels might be relieved. There are not a huge number of fans of the (Lisbon) treaty. A lot of the small members hate the permanent (council) president. Others worry about the cost of the EU diplomatic service. And some think we have given away too many powers to the (European) parliament. There may not be as many tears shed as we think."

Commission Press Release Times Times 2 FT Evening Standard

Taxpayers to fund £3m EU chat site which only MEPs will be able to use in full

The Telegraph and Sun report that the European Parliament is to create its own social networking website at a cost of £3.2 million to taxpayers. Creating and running the new service will cost more than £4,000 for each MEP over the next 18 months, even though many already belong to free networking sites such as Facebook or Bebo. Despite the use of taxpayers' cash, much of will not be visible to the public, with its networking "restricted to parliamentarians".

Sun Telegraph EUobserver

David Miliband 'misled MPs over EU embassies'

The Conservatives have accused Foreign Secretary David Miliband of misleading the House of Commons over secret negotiations to set up a European diplomatic service under the new Lisbon Treaty. Talks on the creation of the European External Action Service are now at an advanced stage, contradicting statements to MPs made by the Foreign Secretary, argue the Conservatives.


Wolf - Britain better off outside euro

In the FT Martin Wolf criticises those who are beginning to renew their calls for the UK to join the euro. He argues, "remaining outside the euro preserves the safety valve of currency flexibility, while losing nothing in economic competitiveness. Being outside has not even hurt London's position as a financial centre."

FT Wolf

Wind power costs to increase, jeopardising EU renewables targets

The construction of offshore wind farms is becoming more costly, creating further problems for the EU in meeting its renewable energy target of 20% by 2020. An analysis from Cambridge Energy Research Associates (Cera) has found that the capital cost of offshore turbines is likely to increase by a fifth in the next two to three years, from 2,300 euros ($4600) per kilowatt to 2800 euros.

"The sector could be at risk, given ongoing increases in capital costs, especially if government subsidies do not keep pace," said Matt Brown, senior director and head of European power at Cera. This would make it "more challenging" to meet the target proposed by the European Commission.

Power Engineering

Biofuels behind one third of global food price rises say OECD and FAO

El Pais reports that the OECD and the FAO have estimated that biofuels will contribute to around a third of food price rises over the next decade, contradicting the previous claims of the EU Commission that biofuels have no impact on food prices. The authors also argue that the supposed benefits of biofuels in fighting global warming have been overstated in the past.

President of the World Bank Group Robert Zoellick has a piece in the FT arguing that "we need action in the US and Europe to ease subsidies, mandates and tariffs on biofuels that are derived from corn and oilseeds."

FT Zoellick El Pais

Corbett plan to backfire?

On his blog Dan Hannan predicts that Richard Corbett's plan to make it harder to form eurosceptic groups in the European Parliament will backfire and will actually make it easier for the Conservatives to form a new grouping.


French parliament singles out Turkey for compulsory referendums on future enlargements

The Economist has a special report on EU enlargement, arguing that it is the Union's biggest success. A leader argues that "EU enlargement scare stories about enlargement have led to false alarms. Several studies confirm that the club functions as well with 25 (now 27) members as it did with 15. Cheap labour helps hosts as well as new members." It argues however that by naming an accession date for Bulgaria and Romania, the EU lost leverage in forcing reforms in these countries. It argues that to suggest that countries such as Ukraine or Turkey be kept out indefinitely would be a huge mistake, and would fuel instability and hostility on the EU's doorstep.

Meanwhile, EUobserver reports that the lower house of the French parliament yesterday approved an amendment to constitutional reforms that could make it compulsory for France to hold a referendum on large countries joining the EU, in a move seemingly targeting Turkey.

Economist leader Economist special report EUobserver

The Express reports that the French EU Presidency is drawing up EU wide plans to return unlawful migrants to their country of origin "almost immediately".


El Pais reports that Italy will today approve special powers to deal with the so-called "gypsy emergency", including censuses of inhabitants of camps. Interior Minister Roberto Maroni said "naturally, we don't want to enter with bulldozers and destroy the camps, but we need to find a solution."

El Pais

The German Government has warned the EU Commission not to challenge it on the issue of its law restricting foreign takeovers of its largest car company - the so-called VW law.


The Assembly of European Regions is campaigning for the word "subsidiarity" to be in more dictionaries.



Iran creating enriched uranium faster than expected

The FT reports that Iran's nuclear programme is progressing faster than previously estimated. During the course of the next year Iran is likely to build up a stockpile of enriched uranium that in theory could be turned into enough fissile material for a bomb in a matter of months.

Bronwen Maddox argues in the Times that instability in the Israeli government and the 'demoralisation' of President Bush on the issue have led to a drop in the likelihood of any military strike in the short-term - but the issue of Iran will be the first major test for the US's next President.

FT Times


Labour at all time poll low

A YouGov poll in the Telegraph puts the Conservatives on 47 percent, Labour on 23 percent and the Lib Dems on 18 percent. Labour support is now at its lowest since polling began. Even under Michael Foot support for the Labour Party never dipped below 23.5 percent.


Thursday, May 29, 2008

Israeli negotiations with the Vatican over Temple treasures?

Worldwide interest is growing in the holy issue of the Temple treasures and Jewish manuscripts currently held hostage by the Vatican.

Sue Vatican for Temple Treasures

Vatican has no right to retain the Temple treasures now that the Jewish Homeland has been revived, as prophesied (contrary to accursed replacement theology), and it is incumbent upon the Jews to build the Third Temple in which the Temple treasures can serve their God-ordained and consecrated purpose.

Perhaps Israel must enlist the best Jewish lawyers, with the blessings of God, and sue the Vatican if it insists on being proud and stubborn by resisting the Word and Will of God.

"Render to Caesar what is Caesar's and to God what is God's." The pope is playing both God and Caesar and needs to be brought down to Earth like Nebuchadnezzar was, and whose history lesson Belshazzar failed to learn from and lost his kingdom as a consequence. Is Rome's destruction imminent?

The Temple treasures are not the rightful property of the Vatican. For the Vatican to cruelly keep the Temple treasures held hostage in Rome, isn't too Christian. They must be returned to where they belong: Jerusalem.

From The History Channel Forum:
youngstown wrote:

David: That's like a wife sueing a husband for a portion of the lottery winnings.....all she should do
is take him to bed and be nice to him. Yellin don't get the job done. :-D

My response:

Too many Jews have had illicit relationships with the Vatican, being overly nice, kissing butt, and all it got them was a one knight(hood) stand. ]:)

It's past time for Jews to regain their composure, self-respect and dignity that has been lost, and act accordingly.

The Vatican and its Friends are Not Your Friends

The oligarchy that runs Israel are subcontractors for Nato-Rome/EU.

Prof. Eugene Narrett


There are many ways to convey a message and lawyers are not necessarily the sole avenue.
Rome used deadly force to steal and destroy here and we do not advocate that unless of course anyone intends to do that to our people again. That is in relation with foreign murderers. Our own crop is a completely different kettle of fish.
Negotiations with the Vatican is the best way.
The Vatican can be given options they will appreciate to have I am sure.
One of them is of course they keeping Vatican icons in Eretz Israel... if they return to us what they have usurped from our property.
That does not mean necessarily denying access to Christian Pilgrims until such time when what the Vatican holds of ours is returned to us, but rather assuming control over said locations for the duration of the negotiations.
Our problem is not with our Christian friends and co travelers but with the Vatican itself.
That of course requires real JEWISH leadership, not the trash up there now.

SHmuel HaLevi

Radio Free Israel
Eretz Israel


Radio Free Israel

Shmuel HaLevi is a Jew, Father, Grandfather, Husband, Teacher, "Gaucho", radio aficionado and Senior Engineer for the U.S. Department of Defense Avionic Programs who was worked on combat aircraft from the F-16 to the B-2 and from the F-15 to the F-117 to the A.V.-8 and A.H.-64, C-17, C.O.H.-58, C-130 and A.T.F. A (seldom used) Consultant for the Israeli Ministry of Defense, Mr. HaLevi is a U.S. D.o.D. Certified Trainer and Graduation Officer for the Israeli Ministry of Education, writer for the University of Tel Aviv Technology Center, Quality Assurance Engineer and patents holder. Presently, Mr. HaLevi serves as the Laboratory equipment technologist supporting key foreign equipment manufacturers.

Spy Culture (Deutsche Telekom affair)


Newsletter 2008/05/27 - Spy Culture
BONN (Own report) - Within a few weeks, another German company expanding abroad, the Deutsche Telekom, has been accused of engaging in illegal spying practices. This enterprise, in which the state is still a shareholder, has been spying on its own personnel as well as journalists and even possibly placed foreign shareholders "under surveillance," according to press accounts. The Telekom accessed telecommunications data for which even police investigators would have needed a court order. Recently the discount food chain Lidl, was criticized for its wide-scale spying on its personnel. It was made public that the Siemens Corp. in Munich is aiding German intelligence agencies in wiretapping actions against its clients. The various spy scandals extend beyond domestic significance, because these companies are accelerating their foreign expansion, thereby becoming more
influential in applying these methods. Siemens has subsidiaries in 190 countries around the world, Lidl has twice as many stores abroad as it has inside Germany. The Telekom, which is cooperating in a "security partnership" with German government repressive agencies, is targeting new acquisitions and seeking to become the world market leader in telecommunications.

Herbert W. Armstrong

Herbert W. Armstrong

As Beyond Babylon: Europe's Rise and Fall testifies:

Herbert W. Armstrong was a God-send to restore long lost truths; stood against traditional Christianity's error and taught the plain truth of the Bible; restored our Hebrew roots; warned world leaders about a German-dominated European Union and offered the hope and comfort of Christ's return to save us from its nuclear holocaust; he brought God's Church back on track, and he died, full of faith and wisdom, leaving a lasting impression on those who continue the quest for God's Kingdom.

This world says the cause of racial problems is segregation, when in fact the opposite is the case.

Just What Do You Mean...Kingdom of God?
Is it the CHURCH? Is it something "setup in the hearts of men"? Is it the British Empire? Is it "the good within you"? Is it "the Millennium"? Each of these is widely taught - yet none is right!

Herbert W. Armstrong Was Ahead of His Time!
Mr. Armstrong was ahead of his time. The principles of prophecy he spoke of remain absolutely true: a final revival of the unholy Roman Empire is prophesied and the EU is forging ahead with that Frankenstein Monster now.

The Plain Truth About Herbert W. Armstrong and the Worldwide Church of God
Herbert W. Armstrong was courageously teaching the plain truth around the world, announcing the good news of the Wonderful World Tomorrow, the Kingdom of God that will soon be established with the return and reign of Christ.

Was Herbert W. Armstrong Elijah?
Was Herbert W. Armstrong the prophesied individual to come in the power and spirit of Elijah, as taught by the former Worldwide Church of God and still believed by many of the branches of the Sabbath-keeping Church of God?

Herbert W. Armstrong and the Worldwide Church of God Mentioned in Israeli Newspaper
One of the Worldwide Church of God beliefs is that there will be a politico-military mess that will take place by next year. In their opinion, Germany, and maybe even Italy, will attempt to conquer the world. That attempt will ignite a world war that will take two thirds of the world's population, but that afterwards there will begin a true peace for planet Earth. The members of the Worldwide Church of God will be among those that survive and they believe that eventually their beliefs will be accepted by all the Earth.

Is All Animal Flesh Good Food?
Were all animals made clean? What about the unclean animals shown to Peter in a vision? Here is a straightforward Bible answer, giving the New Testament teaching. This subject is important to your health and well-being!

Accusations Against Herbert W. Armstrong
Those who truly are Christians understand that the Christian thing to do, especially in light of the fact that the worst accusations against Herbert W. Armstrong would be thrown out of court, dismissed for lack of evidence, is to give Herbert W. Armstrong the benefit of the doubt, as we would want, knowing we're to love our neighbor as ourselves...

Open Europe Press Summaries


New Open Europe Briefing: EU's Temporary Agency Workers Directive

Open Europe today releases a new briefing on the EU's proposed Temporary Agency Workers Directive, which the UK will come under pressure to accept at the EU Council meeting on June 9. Open Europe argues that even in its slightly watered down form, the Directive is a big step backwards and will hurt both the UK's and Europe's competitiveness.

In addition Open Europe argues that the Government's handling of the issue raises two questions. Firstly, it is not at all clear that the tripartite agreement between the Government, the TUC and the CBI will in fact deter other EU members from passing the Directive in a more stringent form. Secondly, this seeming return to 1970s-style corporatism raises wider questions - what right does the CBI have to reach agreement on behalf of all other business in the country? With smaller businesses likely to be hardest hit, surely they should have a right to be heard too?

Read the briefing here.

Conservatives to vote against Corbett proposals?

Conservative Home calls on David Cameron to order Conservative MEPs to vote against a proposal in the European Parliament that would make it more difficult for the Conservatives to leave the EPP. The proposal, which is being pushed by Labour MEP Richard Corbett, would make it harder to form official European Political Parties by raising the number of MEPs needed to form a group. This could prevent the Conservatives from forming a new group, and would probably prevent eurosceptic groups in the Parliament like UKIP from maintaining existing groups and receiving funding. England Expects reports on attempts to pack the Committee that voted on the report with supporters of Richard Corbett's proposals.

Corbett Blog ConservativeHome England Expects

EU accused of "strong arm" tactics in Ireland

The Mail reports that Brussels is using "strong-arm" tactics to pressure Irish voters into backing the Lisbon Treaty. It quotes Commission President Jose Barroso warning: "If there was a no in Ireland, it would have a very negative effect for the EU. We will all pay a price for it, Ireland included." A leaked memo revealed how Ireland's Foreign Minister Dermot Ahern had been assured that the European Commission would 'tone down or delay' any announcements 'that might be unhelpful'. These issues include defence, farm subsidies, and harmonising company tax. Neil O'Brien is quoted saying, "This is classic Brussels tactics. Stage one is to try to cover up what the grand project really means, then bully voters into accepting it."


Adrian Hamilton: EU supporters should hope that the Irish reject the Lisbon Treaty

In the Independent, Adrian Hamilton argues that "it is precisely because I am so committed a supporter of the EU that I dearly hope that the Irish reject the Lisbon Treaty in their referendum in a fortnight's time." He notes, "The great benefit of an Irish rejection at this last moment is that it would force the whole of Europe's leadership, and particularly that of the core countries, to face up to the fact that the enterprise lacks legitimacy which no amount of tinkering with treaties will make up. Rejecting Lisbon would not be the practical disaster its supporters suggest."


Sarkozy outlines French vision for an EU "immigration pact"

In documents seen by the FT, Nicolas Sarkozy has outlined his vision for an EU "immigration pact" which he will attempt to push through when the French takes up the rotating Presidency in July. The plans stress the need for tougher "readmission" deals with countries, allowing for more illegal immigrants to be sent home. In addition, asylum seekers may be required to apply for refugee status in advance. The plans also envision swift implementation of biometric visas and language lessons for new arrivals.

EUobserver FT

Theatre Producers could be fined if they do not tell audiences what they really thought about their productions, the EU warns.


The EU has given FIFA proposals for limits on foreign players "the red card".

BBC EUobserver

European Parliament urges watering down of EU biofuel plans

Euractiv reports that the European Parliament increased the pressure on the EU Commission to water down controversial plans to raise the share of biofuels in transport to 10% by 2020, with MEPs calling for the target to be cut to 8% or scrapped entirely. A separate report from the industry committee said "heads of state and government put specific preconditions to be fulfilled, i.e. a) the production must be sustainable and b) second generation must be commercially available. Since March 2007, evidence is growing that these conditions will not be fulfilled. The 10% target must therefore be abandoned."


Dempsey: EU is not living up to talk of 'soft power' in Afghanistan

Judy Dempsey has a comment piece in the IHT, arguing that the EU's efforts at police training in Afghanistan are totally lacking. She argues that "For all the EU's talk about its support for soft power - for example, using diplomacy to resolve conflicts or providing vast sums of development assistance to rebuild societies - the Europeans have been unwilling to provide sufficient funds or personnel to create an accountable and well-trained Afghan police force."


The Commission has proposed lifting the ban on chlorinated chicken imports from the US, but certain member states, including France could block the move.

Le Figaro

The US and Japan have launched a complaint against the EU over tariffs levied on high-technology goods.


EU's CO2 car advert rules threaten press freedom, media giants say

Europe's media giants have attacked EU proposals to slap environmental cigarette-packaging-style 'health warnings' on car advertising in newspapers and magazines. The European Publishers' Council, which represents major publishers and broadcasters, has warned that the advertising regulations, if adopted, would threaten the freedom of the press.


Ankara attacks French opposition to Turkish EU membership

Turkey has said that the reluctance of some member states to say clearly that it can be a full member of the EU one day is having a negative impact on the bloc's image in the country. Turkey should not become "hostage" to domestic politics in "some EU states," said Foreign Minister Ali Babacan yesterday, reiterating that full EU membership is the only option the country will accept. "It is one EU member state blocking us," when it comes to the opening of accession negotiations in some policy areas - or chapters, Babacan said.



Irwin Stelzer argues in the Spectator that the coming US Presidential election will be a real Left-Right contest, defined by fundamental differences between Obama and McCain in both foreign and domestic policy.


Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Mysteries of the Menorah

Mysteries of the Menorah

Meir Soloveichik

Jews to sue Vatican?

Re: Sue Vatican for Temple Treasures

Yes, of course, but like the International community, the Vatican is strong and I don't know if any lawyer here feels that he can take on a case like this and make a living- survive while doing so. If you find someone who is doing this, let me know, and I will interview the lawyer/s.

The Tamar Yonah Show

A biting & sometimes humorous analysis of current events, Israeli politics & the Jewish World.

Tuesday, May 27, 2008

German-dominated EU - a league of former democracies

This mini-league of nations would cause only division

Shashi Tharoor: John McCain wants to create a new alliance to circumvent the UN. We mustn't let this idea gain consensus in Washington


The UN should be history, and its present site reclaimed and transformed into an inspiring theme park celebrating these United States of America: everything from our accomplishments to models of our awesome sites.

The world would be wise to beware the German-dominated EU - a league of former democracies - since it aims to wrest control of the coveted position of leader of the Free World (they intend to enslave).

The EU is a German Ruse

Is Germany in Danger of Backsliding?

Is a World Dictator About to Appear?

Will The Atlantic Times address the German threat?

Germany Behind the Mask

The Secret Nazis

Germany's Fourth Reich Spreads Its Wings Over the World

The Intelligence Summit Misses the Mark: the German-Jesuit Threat to World Peace

Bush White House First ‘Catholic’ Presidency?

It's increasingly known how outspoken I am against the baptized paganism of counterfeit Christianity, of the Babylonian Mystery religion dressed in Christian drag, yet some Protestants understand better than others how horribly rotten and evil the Roman Catholic Cult is and don't hesitate to say so. Jack Chick is one of these individuals. That's good! I simply wonder how such Protestants can see certain things so clearly, and yet fail to recognize that their Sunday for Sabbath, and pagan holidays for God's holy days, and other unclean doctrines are still hangovers from the Babylonian brew the Roman Catholic Cult concocts.

We must
forsake Babylon all the way, and return to the faith once delivered to Jerusalem - not have one foot in both worlds, rejected by both.

Plea to Diehard Catholics & Protestants to Repent

David Ben-Ariel

Battle Cry
"Am I therefore become your enemy, because I tell you the truth?"
Gal. 4:16

Bush White House First ‘Catholic’ Presidency?

Issue Date: May/June 2008

How sad that the “born-again” leader of the free world should give a royal welcome to the leader of a religion which holds one billion people in spiritual bondage.

A flurry of publicity during the pope’s visit this year attempted to position the George Bush White House as “the first truly [Roman] Catholic presidency.”

Evidence presented cited the two new U.S. Supreme Court justices, John Roberts and Samuel Alito appointed by Bush bringing to five the number of Roman Catholics on the bench.

We are told that he is also surrounded with RC advisors, cabinet members and speechwriters. His royal welcome for Pope Benedict further reinforces the idea that the president has introduced a new era of Vatican influence.

There is no doubt that the pope stands for some good things. Catholic activists have been helpful in focusing our attention on the evils of abortion and homosexuality. However, sugar-coated poison is still poison. Satan’s lies are always mixed with an element of truth.

The history of nations that have embraced Vatican teachings is not pretty. In the Latin American countries, Catholic idolatrous rituals have bred poverty, corruption and political turmoil while the U.S. prospered under the widespread preaching of biblical righteousness.

Both began as virgin territories with rich resources of forests, minerals and oil but religious freedom in one and spiritual bondage in the other achieved very different results. There would be no immigration woes today had righteousness reigned on both continents. Truly, “Righteousness exalteth a nation but sin is a reproach to any people” (Proverbs 14:34).

For a thousand years, known as the “dark ages,” the Vatican held the Western World in spiritual darkness. Ignorance and superstition gripped the people. Corrupt popes terrorized kings and plowmen alike. Any who objected had to flee to the caves to avoid being burned as heretics.

Rome’s bonds were broken when God released the printing press technology so the Bible could be published for the common man. Satan had to come up with a new strategy for his prostitute “church.” Ecumenism was born. The lie that all religions essentially worship the same god began to spread. The Vatican held an “Ecumenical Council” known as “Vatican II.” Plans were drafted to bring together the Protestants, Muslims, Jews, Hindus, etc. to pray together for world “peace and justice.”

On the political front, the Jesuits have worked for centuries to infiltrate high levels of government to control the levers of power from behind the scenes. Their machinations have gotten them thrown out of several dozen countries in the past. The new strategy fit their method of operation well.

We see it in operation now with the infiltration around President Bush. He does not go along with all their agenda, but in many ways he is duped. In a recent speech he repeated the pope’s position on Islam, that Muslims and Christians both worship the same God. In an interview with ETWN, the reporter asked what he saw when he looked into the eyes of Pope Benedict. “God,” President Bush replied.

It is also significant that Benedict chose to speak to the UN while in the U.S. His ecumenical vision includes more than the spiritual. He spoke of the “international community” as a family that needed to work together for the good of each member. But we know from the Bible that any attempt by man to create an “international community” will only result in the introduction of the anti-Christ. Had any of the Fathers of the Reformation been asked what they saw in the eyes of the pope, they would no doubt have said “Anti-Christ!”

Evil will continue to rise in the world until the nations will, in desperation, welcome a world leader who will promise a solution. But that solution will turn out to be world slavery to an even greater evil.

We must pray for our leaders that we may continue to have the peace and freedom to share the gospel. But the Bible assures us that persecution will come and that we need to work “while it is day.”

C.H. Spurgeon on Christmas and Roman Catholicism
Bavarian Pope Entrusts Germany to Lead Europe, Others Wary of Grand Inquisitor
Sorcerer-Pope to Bewitch Europe and Mislead the Masses
Europe's Bitter Roots
Bavarian Pope to Sweep Europe Off its Feet?
Catholic Europe in Vogue?
The Intelligence Summit Misses the Mark: the German-Jesuit Threat to World Peace

Sunday, May 25, 2008

Italian Resistance, Mosque Crackdown!!

Italian Resistance, Mosque Crackdown!!

It's only a matter of time before Islam is history in Europe, by whatever means necessary.

If only Perrysburg, Ohio would eliminate their eye-sore and Jerusalem, Israel would remove the foreign objects occupying the Temple Mount...

Toledo, Islam, and Terrorists

Accomplices (Women trafficking from Nigeria to Europe)

German Foreign Policy Newsletter 2008/05/22 - Accomplices
BERLIN/TRIPOLI/BENIN CITY (Own report) - With Germany participating,
the EU's Frontex border security agency has renewed their pursuit of
refugees and migrants off the coast of Libya. As reported by news
agencies, it has launched its "Operation Nautilus III," in which
European ships patrol also within Libyan territorial waters. Refugees
and migrants picked up during the operation will be handed over to
Tripoli. Libyan repressive forces have been accused of serious
violations of refugees' and migrants' human rights. With this new
Frontex operation, Germany is again taking part in measures that will
force refugees and migrants, seeking passage to Europe, to take even
more desperate routes, thereby compounding the widespread deaths on
the EU's outer borders. Numerous women are also among these victims.
The Germano-European border policy does not offer a possibility for
legal entry and thereby forces a growing number of women into the
hands of sexual slave traders, supplying the European prostitution
market with women coerced into prostitution. In her discussion with, the publicist, Corinna Milborn, who
investigated the sale of Nigerian women inside the EU, stated that the
German state, through its border policy, should be considered as a de
facto "accomplice" to sexual slavery.

Friday, May 23, 2008

Our Military Need Real Support, Not Empty Rhetoric

Our Military Need Real Support, Not Empty Rhetoric

As we approach Memorial Day, we can anticipate the usual speeches and photo stunts from various and sundry politicos, each of them touting their heartfelt "support" for America's men and women in uniform. I submit that much of this political grandstanding is merely empty rhetoric.

Most of us probably recall that former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger is quoted as having said that soldiers are just "dumb, stupid animals to be used" as pawns by the political and commercial elite. Obviously, even the most anti-military Democrat would never be so brazen as to say what Kissinger said. In practice, however, both Democrats and Republicans demonstrate disdain for our brave military people by the way their unconstitutional policies abuse and misuse them...

Our Military Need Real Support, Not Empty Rhetoric

Open Europe Press Summaries 23 May 2008


23 May: Senior MEPs block expenses transparency reforms in secret meeting

The FT reports that MEPs have blocked moves to force them to account for how they spend their expenses. British Liberal Democrat MEP Diana Wallis complained that the proposals were scrapped by senior MEPs in a closed-door meeting without warning. Parliamentary sources said that the leaders of the two biggest political groupings, the centre-right European People's Party and the leftwing Socialists, had lobbied for changes just hours before the crunch meeting. Both are dominated by German MEPs implacably opposed to sweeping reform. "It was chaotic. It is no way to run even a local parish council. There were handwritten notes in Italian being exchanged in the meeting," said Mrs Wallis. She also said that there was no definitive draft of the conclusions.

Mrs Wallis served for several months on a working party that produced an exhaustive report on proposed changes for Monday's meeting of the group of senior MEPs who govern the Strasbourg assembly. Instead Hans-Gert Pöttering, the speaker, tabled his own two-page, 10-point plan which he said took into account criticisms.


Political insiders poll: Government will fail to stop EU agency workers law

A Politics Home survey of 100 political "insiders" finds that by two to one they do not think the Government will succeed in heading off EU legislation on agency workers by preemptively coming to a UK agreement. 40% thought the legislation on agency workers would be a significant issue at the next general election, but two thirds thought that the Conservatives would not promise to repeal the legislation if elected.


Brown's VAT reform going nowhere?

Mark Mardell reports that Gordon Brown's headline grabbing initiative to cut VAT on environmentally friendly goods is going nowhere in Brussels. He reports that many in Brussels believe that EU "leaders and the Commission were willing to give him the headline, but precious little of real value."


EU diplomatic service starts to take shape

European Voice reports that "Ambassadors from the EU's member states have reached broad agreement on the future scope of the Union's diplomatic corps, which is being created by the Treaty of Lisbon. But recent discussions have revealed significant differences of opinion over the size of the future European External Action Service (EEAS) and over its relationship with the European Commission and the secretariat of the Council of Ministers." The article reports that "The EEAS is to serve the high representative for foreign and security policy, with staff drawn from the Commission, the Council secretariat and the foreign ministries of the member states. Diplomats report consensus that it should incorporate all posts from the external relations departments of the Commission and Council secretariat dealing with geographically specific and horizontal issues. The Commission's trade department would remain outside, as would the Commission departments for managing development aid and humanitarian aid. The fate of the directorate-general for enlargement is uncertain, with some member states arguing that negotiations on accession to the EU should be outside the EEAS."

It reports that the service will start with a core group of a few hundred staff focusing on strategic areas "and then build up, allowing hard choices to be postponed." The legal status of the EEAS is still under discussion, with Commission officials and some member states warning that the new service should not be an institution or an agency, but a "body". The legal status of individual staff remains to be decided, with some governments favouring the use of temporary agents paid from the EU budget, while others prefer seconded national experts with a line of accountability to their capitals.

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Giscard d'Estaing blasts "semi-cladestine" appointment of EU President

Agence Europe reports that Valery Giscard d'Estaing is worried about the "semi-clandestine" nomination of the future EU President, and the fact that while Europe's leaders say Europe must be brought closer to its citizens, the same leaders are well on the way to designating the President "without any consultation." He told a meeting of the European Movement in Paris: "If nothing is done, and it looks as though that will be the case, then this will be the worst appointed leader in the world. There will be nothing to be proud of."

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Lib Dems defend decision not to back EU membership referendum

In the Guardian Lib Dem Lord Wallace defends his party's decision not to back a referendum on EU membership which his party previously claimed to want. He writes, "we will promote a wider debate on how EU membership serves Britain's interests over the next few months."


McCreevy: Hard to sell the Lisbon Treaty to the Irish - I have not read the Treaty

In an interview with EUobserver, Irish EU Commissioner Charlie McCreevy notes that there is a lack of "energy" among Irish voters in the referendum on the Lisbon Treaty. He notes that arguments such as the Treaty is "improving the situation" or giving Ireland "a bigger say in a better organisational structure" are not as grabbing as "we're going to get a whole lot of money through the Common Agricultural Policy or we're going to get a whole lot of money from structural funds."

From an Irish perspective, he says he would have preferred all European countries to hold a referendum on the Treaty to take off the "pressure" from Irish voters. He admits that the Lisbon Treaty was hard to comprehend, adding that he himself has not read it in its entirety. "I have a document that puts together what it would look like and I have read most of that," he says, adding "I would predict that there won't be 250 people in the whole of the 4.2 million population of Ireland that have read the treaties cover-to-cover. I further predict that there is not 10 percent of that 250 that will understand every section and subsection."

Regarding a possible 'no' in the referendum, he says, "We have to live with that too. Having debated the issues thoroughly, months of everyone having their say, all types of issues being dragged into it, the Irish people go to the polls and they must say 'Yes' or 'No.' After it's over, you shouldn't complain about it."


Economist: EU farm ministers should cut CAP while prices are high

The Charlemagne column in the Economist looks at the Common Agricultural Policy, arguing "Rising prices and incomes should mean that bigger cuts in the CAP (as in the farm bill) are possible when the EU comes to review its budget later this year. But the furious defence of the CAP sends a quite different signal. If, even when farming is profitable, ministers still want subsidies to boost production, it seems fair to guess they do not have cheap production in mind." The article discards the idea of a "community preference" - higher food standards that European consumers supposedly are willing to pay for. Citing a study by the Swedish Board of Agriculture, the article argues "Defenders of this 'community preference' claim to be working for consumers. But that is unconvincing. If food were genuinely unfit for consumption, it should be banned, not taxed at the point of entry to make it expensive."


"Europe house" moves into Smith Square

EU referendum reports that the EU Commission has bought former Conservative Central Office in Smith Square.

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Bulgarian corruption

The Times looks at the problems of corruption in Bulgaria. It quotes Asen Gagauzov, the Minister of Regional Development and Public Works, saying: "I am not worried that organised crime will have access to European funds because it is no different here to organised crime in other parts of the world. It is to do with drug trafficking and prostitution -- it is nothing to do with European funds." The EU has demanded 25 changes by June 16 to the way that Bulgaria handles EU funds and has frozen about 400 million euros of aid.


Danish government prepares for referendums

The Danish government has asked the Folketinget for an extra 30m kronor in 2008 to promote "a public debate on the EU opt-outs" - seen as further proof that Denmark will hold one or more referendums on its opt-out arrangements in September.


EU ministers agree detention limits for migrants

The IHT reports that Schengen zone countries yesterday agreed that illegal migrants within the bloc should be detained no longer than 18 months. The move will mostly impact countries such as the Netherlands and Sweden, which currently have no formal limit on detention.

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An EU overhaul of consumer laws will force fortune tellers and astrologists to put up disclaimer boards telling customers that what they offer is "for entertainment only" and not "experimentally proven".


A leader in the Telegraph praises Nicolas Sarkozy, saying, "The president has been criticised for procrastinating over reform but, a year into his mandate, he appears to be winning the battle."


EU Commissioner Margot Wallstrom has an article in the FT calling for more top EU jobs to be given to women.

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The FT looks at EU Telecoms Commissioner Viviane Reding's attempts to force mobile companies to cut the cost of cross border text messages and downloads.


A report from the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington notes how European spending on defence is declining.


In an article in Le Figaro representatives of Notre Europe and the Fondation pour l'Innovation Politique announce the launch today of "Think Global, Act European" - a project bringing together 13 think-tanks with the aim of making recommendations to future trio of French, Czech and Swedish EU Presidencies.

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The German upper-house has voted through the Lisbon Treaty despite opposition from the Left Party.

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Jonathan Steele looks at attempts to sign the EU's next 10-year partnership agreement with Russia and calls for pragmatism from the EU.


A UN OECD report has called for a review of global biofuels policies.