Predictions is Hard

The “experts” are continually warning us that we’re all gonna die, be it from drought, too much snow, too little snow, too much rain, too little rain, overflowing oceans, etc., not to mention polar bears, penguins, and coral reefs dieing off, or what have you.

Well, here is one easy place to track all the extinction level events predicted in the past, and the upcoming extinction level events and/or weather disasters predicted for the future, complete with countdown clocks, and clocks that track the extinction level events which have passed us by without killing us all.

Predictions is hard.

The Extinction Clock

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Jesus is Not “A Sweater-vested Mister Rogers”

Dave Daubenmire has an interesting, and somewhat jarring for Christians, piece up titled The Rotten Fruit of Friendship Evangelism, which is well worth your time to read. The intro to Daubenmire’s piece.

Christianity is at a crossroads in America.  Despite what we have been taught over the last three decades, Almighty God is not some white-bearded Grandpa sitting in an easy chair in a safe place called Heaven.

He is the current reigning King of Kings…The Alpha and Omega…the All-Powerful Everlasting God.  He rules and reigns over all the earth and He is returning to earth on a White Stallion, not as a suffering Savior, but as a Conquering King.  His job description states that “In righteousness He is going to Judge and make war.”

Why has the modern-day American church sold Him to future converts as a sweater-vested Mister Rogers whose sole aim is to be nothing more than a good neighbor?  The death of Jesus on the cross was required for the advancement of God’s Kingdom.  Personal salvation is simply the fruit of His sacrifice.

Hattip: Vanderleun’s Strange Daze

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Live Free, Or Die

The United States of America, as a republic and and land of freedom is dead. Americans are now ruled, and a large percentage of Americans like being ruled, or, are fooling themselves that the holders of power are not curtailing their freedoms, not ruling them, but they are deluded.

Hal Turner considers this fact in a piece titled The Republic is Dead; There won’t be any “White Hats” Riding to the Rescue; Either Fight now or prepare to die.

Turner’s piece does not sugar coat the falling of the United States of America into progressive, i.e. communist/socialist/fascist which are actually all the same, hands.

One thing not to succumb to, though, which Turner states he suffers from due to the condition of the United States, is “stress and dread.” Instead, steel yourself to live free or die, as a free man with a free mind should. You can choose to be that one free man, who knows where his personal line in the sand is, or you can succumb.

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Blame Luther and the Protestants for Literacy, Too

The Roman Catholic Church is not enamored with Luther and the Protestant Reformation he brought into existence, and cast blame for the schisms resulting within the Christian Church upon Luther. Well, I guess we can blame Luther and the Protestants, too, for literacy.

…So, when did people decide that everyone should learn to read? Maybe it came with the rapid economic growth of the 19th century? Or, surely, the intelligentsia of the 18-century Enlightenment, imbued with reason and rationality, figured it out?

No, it was a religious mutation in the 16th century. After bubbling up periodically in prior centuries, the belief that every person should read and interpret the Bible for themselves began to rapidly diffuse across Europe with the eruption of the Protestant Reformation, marked in 1517 by Martin Luther’s delivery of his famous 95 theses. Protestants came to believe that both boys and girls had to study the Bible for themselves to better know their God.In the wake of the spread of Protestantism, the literacy rates in the newly reforming populations in Britain, Sweden, and the Netherlands surged past more cosmopolitan places like Italy and France…

Martin Luther Rewired Your Brain

 

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The United States’ Government Is Illegitimate

Yes, the United States’ government is illegitimate. I personally think it has been so for over two decades, but today, those who hold federal political offices no longer even attempt to disguise its illegitimacy.

For a more in-depth treatment of the illegitimacy of the United States’ government, read The Grand Illusion, from which the following excerpts were taken.

The federal government is illegitimate. I can unwind that all you want, but it’s a fact. It’s a fact to such an extent that they have put up a twelve-foot-high fence around the capitol with razor wire crowning the structure. They’ve posted twenty-thousand troops near at hand in case too many of us figure it out. They are afraid of us and they should be…

This country is coasting on an illusion. There is no federal government, or state governments at this stage, except for the original thirteen, who were not created by the Constitution. The states might maintain their borders and government to the degree that the people of that state agree to play nice. All federal laws, however, are moot. Most state laws that were required to replicate the federal laws likewise are moot, except to the extent that those state governments agree to maintain them…

This is all very simple. There was election fraud.

They don’t want you to talk about election fraud, because that is the one topic that most can agree on and it is the one that literally pulls the nation apart. Most people haven’t done the deep dive, yet. They know there was fraud and expected the government officials to live up to their oaths and do their duty, but they all abdicated. Why? Because they all know instinctively that to recognize it is to dissolve the government.

All of those sitting in congress right now know the gig is up. They remain, because if they can stay there long enough, project authority without having it, they can obtain it just the same. This is why they all talk about preserving “democracy” by taking their position. It is their justification for keeping everyone quiet about what we all saw take place. The question is: whose “democracy?” Certainly, not the people’s republic.

Hat tip: American Digest.

 

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You Only Need One Reason to Not Take the Covid-19 Vaccine

Over at the site Gates of Vienna, a post has been put up by Rabbi Chananya Weissman titled 31 Reasons Why I Won’t Take the Vaccine.

Rabbi Weisman’s list well covers the many reasons why you should not submit to taking the Covid-19 vaccine, but you only need one reason to not take the Covid-19 vaccine. Truly, the one and only reason you need not take the Covid-19 vaccine is because you freely choose not to take the Covid-19 vaccine. You are either a free man, with a free mind, or a slave to the state.

My body, my choice, right? Or is that slogan only applicable to women who desire to kill new life growing within them?

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What The Conservative American Right Gets Wrong About The Left

As mentioned in the Declaration of Independence, the conservative American Right has long been “disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable.” The Left’s constant attack, and victories, upon American liberties allegedly ensconced in the Constitution and the Bill of Rights proves the adage of “disposed to suffer.”

The Left, drowning in their naïve and unthinking humanism, does not care what the conservative American Right thinks, and considers conservative American individuals, especially religious Christian individuals, as fools.

In a certain way the Left is correct about the conservative American Right being foolish. You see, many of this large group of Americans still trust to faith in morality, spiritual values, and the power of rational persuasion, thinking that this trust in the just mentioned will have an affect on the Left. The conservative American Right is woefully mistaken in this trust of faith in morality, spiritual values, and the power of rational persuasion. More convincing means are going to need be applied. I am not interested in suffering any longer, nor am I much disposed to more echo chamber talk as the evils of the Left continue to pile up.

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Protest Against The World

      The Character of a Happy Life

How happy is he born and taught
That serveth not another’s will;
Whose armour is his honest thought,
And simple truth his utmost skill!

Whose passions not his masters are;
Whose soul is still prepared for death,
Untied unto the world by care
Of public fame or private breath;

Who envies none that chance doth raise,
Nor vice; who never understood
How deepest wounds are given by praise;
Nor rules of state, but rules of good;

Who hath his life from rumours freed;
Whose conscience is his strong retreat;
Whose state can neither flatterers feed,
Nor ruin make oppressors great;

Who God doth late and early pray
More of His grace than gifts to lend;
And entertains the harmless day
With a religious book or friend;

—This man is freed from servile bands
Of hope to rise or fear to fall:
Lord of himself, though not of lands,
And having nothing, yet hath all.

Sir Henry Wotton – 1612

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Lying About The Color Purple

I’ve always told my children and grandchildren, when they asked what my favorite color was, that it is the color purple, because purple is the color of royalty, and has been since ancient times. The color purple was on high display, yesterday, when Uncle Joe Biden fraudulently assumed the highest elected office in the United States.

Myriads of articles breathlessly reported on this display of the color purple at the inauguration, and many of the articles also pushed the falsehood that this wearing of the color purple by the likes of Moochelle Obama, Hillary von Pantsuit, and down on her knees Harris was because the color purple is “traditionally” associated with bipartisanship, which is flatly not true.

Purple is the color of royalty, and every individual who donned the purple yesterday at the inauguration of Uncle Joe Biden completely believes that they are royalty, and not a one of them is a representative of the people of America.

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