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I walk by my convictions, which is another way of saying I walk by faith. I’ve shared my convictions simply to testify of what God has done in my life. It has worked quite well so far, despite how my … Continue reading
There’s a lot of noise recently in the alternate news community about a protege of Alex Jones named Millie Weaver. She was arrested right about the same time she planned to release a very slick video, ShadowGate. The film is … Continue reading
A major element in what we see in government policy these days is sheer incompetence, particularly among those who are tasked with managing programs. I’ve been a “Program Manager” — it’s an awful thing to experience. You are responsible for … Continue reading
A couple of interesting reads today. First is this one painting a distinction between the Green religion and the globalist cabal hiding behind the Greens. Greta Thunberg may be a true believer, but she is cynically used as a puppet … Continue reading
If you took the time to read that long MintPress report linked in yesterday’s post, you may still be struggling to absorb the whole thing. I wouldn’t blame you. Had I not already brushed up against some of this, I’m … Continue reading
It’s more than a matter of privacy; the electronic spying has already led to false positives and innocent people being persecuted. Let me recommend this rather long story about spying via 911 call services in the US. Keep in mind … Continue reading
This blog has stood more than a decade. While I must confess my writing will show how I’ve changed my understanding of reality, one thing has not changed: This blog was never meant to change the world. It has always … Continue reading
The Covenant of Noah is the applicable law covenant for the entire human race, and it does have some things to say about international relations. More to the point, we can use the Law of Noah to critique the wrong … Continue reading
An offline discussion inspires me to write a review of some things. There are, in fact, more conspiracies than you can shake a stick at; most theories about conspiracies have major flaws. Too often they are based on false assumptions. … Continue reading
I’ve gotten some offline queries that suggest I need to restate some things for the sake of clarity. Immigration is not a left-right issue. Immigration is a globalist-nationalist debate. The globalists want to destroy every national government in the world. … Continue reading