It’s France turn to elect their Trump.


C-LvYmPXgAA1bubWe are starting to see people stand up around the world and say, “enough is enough.” As their leaders, in what can be be described as attempting to deliberately cause the erosion of their own countries.

The United Kingdom had brexit, The United states elected Trump and now France could elect their Trump, La Pen. Who actually wants to try and save her county from the influx of immigration that has led to a huge uptick in terrorist attacks there, and the destruction of their own culture. While Macron, who her competitor in this election. His solution to this is to do nothing and to tell people to just get use to it as they are now part of their life.

C-L-yzcXkAEP8W-.pngOf course its easy for Macron, an old style aristocrat to do nothing, with him living away from the mess, living a highly lavish lifestyle in his expensive home. Because he does not need to experience what other who are not so lucky must deal with due to his decision-making.

Ignoring the corrupt media, which is trying to control who people vote for. I think there is a good chance La Pen could actually win. If she does, it would be interesting to see.

I should note here, that for all the complaining the US is doing about Russia’s influence in our election. The U.S. Does not seem to have any issues with trying to influence the election in France. But mark my words, if La Pen wins, The US will blame it on Russia.

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Well, here comes the Osama Bin Laden conspiracy theorists.


I’m amazed at how quick conspiracy theorists come out of the woodwork. Now many people are coming out and saying that Osama Bin Ladens death is a conspiracy by our government to draw attention away from Obama’s “fake” birth certificate.

This did not take long at all. And it’s amusing (And sad). It seems the reason why these people think there’s some kind of conspiracy is because of the medias inaccuracy in reporting things. But to these conspiracy theorists it’s not the medias fault, it’s the government’s fault.

So now, I’m going to end up getting into it with the conspiracy theorist who believes Osama Bin Laden was spotted singing with Elvis and the guy who shot Kennedy.

OSAMA BIN LADEN IS DEAD: USA gets its man in the end


Well, I just got word that one of the worlds most evil, ungodly men Osama bin laden, is now dead. And has been for a week now while awaiting DNA testing. Originally it was reported he died in a bombing however, the president of the United States in his address to the people on this, reported he died in a fire fight.

Personally, I wish he would have been captured alive and held on trial so that the family’s of the innocent men, women and children he murdered in the name of his false god allah, could have had the chance to confront him in court and give him a peace of their mind before his sentencing. However, I will settle for this outcome.

Although, I will not celebrate Osama bin laden death. For I can’t get my self to feel good and celebrate how a man who rejected Christ as his lord and savor, only dies and is forever be separated from God.

The good thing that comes from this is that now, American and really the world in general can feel a little bit safer knowing that their is one less evil person out there who seeks to harm and kill anyone who does not fallow his false god allah. And the family’s of the people killed on September 11th can continue or even finish the healing process.

Burning Half a Million Korans


 Some time ago a atheist YouTube user named Thunderf00t (with other YouTube users) created draw Mohammed day. The idea was to stop censorship. And to show the Muslim world were not afraid of the Muslim worlds violent outbursts because somebody offended them or their religion.

Originally I like the idea, and I still support the original idea as I think it sends a message to the Muslim community. Which was, we will not be censored. Although it seemed to have gone from a anti-censorship message to a message of intolerance towards Muslims. And when that happened, I no longer participate. Because, I am not for intentionally showing intolerance towards Muslims or any group. But I’m more than willing to insult somebody to show them I’m not afraid of them or  their Muslim groups outrageous behavior towards humankind when somebody says something they don’t like.

Now the same user Thunderf00t who was one of the many people behind the draw Mohammed day. Has now started something similar. But instead of drawing Mohammed he is going to burn half million digital downloaded copies of the Koran. And is urging other people to do the same thing.

Now he says that he is doing this for similar reasons as he did with draw Mohammed day. The idea is to send the message to the Muslim community that people are not afraid of the Muslims violent outbursts, thus the non-Muslim world will not go silent out of fear. Instead they will show that they are not afraid and that there are consequences to their violent outbursts. And in this case, the consequences are the Burning Half a Million more Korans.

Now, I support the idea (With out burning the books part), as long as it is about freedom of speech/censorship, and showing the Muslims, who are trying to use fear, that we are not afraid. As well as providing a consequence to them for their actions. However, I fear that like last time, when it comes to draw Mohammed day that it will become more of a situation where people use it to vent their own intolerance for the Muslim world. Ironically, a intolerance that primarily has resulted from the actions of those within the Muslim world. Ultimately I fear this movement is still about intolerance and is just being disguised as free-speech and anti-fear.

Now, one might ask me if I am being a hypocrite here, because in a previous post I was against the burning of the Koran. Which I still am. But I must say I am not being a hypocrite… Because,  I’m against the burning of the Koran or any book out of intolerance, hatred and bigotry. These are not positively morally motivated. But I am for sending a message to those who would act violently over a book being burned in some attempt to scare the rest of the world into doing their bidding. But burring books for that message, that is still not something I support. There must be a more productive way of sending that message.

It is sad though that people feel it has come down to this. That a message has to be sent to the Muslim world by burining books. Now not all Muslims are reacting this way, but were not exactly seeing the ones who are not acting violently, coming out and condemning this. And the only place I seen where someone has condemned it. They show they still don’t get it and put the blame on others for the actions of the Muslims who are violently acting out.

So people see this and think that using a method that has always been associated with censorship is the salution. And now many in the non-Muslim world are coming together and showing that freedom of speech is not to be stifled by fear of violence or death. By burning books… Anyone see the problem with this?

Now I will not live in fear because of their tantrums. As a christian I fear the lord not them nor what they can do to me or anyone. For I have hope. But I will not be buring books.

Terry Jones and his burning of the koran


 I have always been against the idea of book burning. First off from a historical perspective it is something that is used as a form of censorship. The kind of censorship that is used to impose ignorance on other people and even on themselves.

In the case of Terry Jones and his burning of a false religions so-called holy book, the koran. I do not believe this is really a case of ignorance. I believe it was a deliberate attempt to anger a particular group. In this case, Muslims.

Whatever the case, Terry Jones is not showing the Muslims love. He is showing them hatred and disrespect. These are not the actions of a Christian and it doesn’t do anything other than drive Muslims further away from Christ. Because, burning the Koran definitely isn’t going to make Muslims go, ummm… Maybe I should think about becoming a Christian. Instead, it will make them less tolerant to us.

Besides, what are we doing when we burn their so-called holy book? Are we treating them the way we want to be treated? Jesus is golden rule was basically do unto others as you would have done unto you. So again I ask… Are we treating them the way we want to be treated?

Terry Jones and his gang need to instead be more Christlike in their dealings with Muslims.

The Truth is not enough so why not make stuff up?


It amazes me how many articles and videos from Muslims are filled with so many false things about America and even us Christians. Even the few people who are Muslims that I have talked to on a personal one to one basis here in my own country, seem to be under false impressions. But why?

Sure, there are some bad things that can be pointed out about American policies. And usually I am the first to call my own country on these things. And even the actions of some Christians as well as some incidents in the history of Christianity can easily be pointed out as well. So why do many people with in the Muslim community feel the need to slander America and Christians with false accusations and information?

Recently I have come across a video from the Canadian Muslim man on YouTube calling himself MarkDennes.

 In his video he talks about something called ”temporary marriages”. And accuses America of all approving and supporting these temporary marriages. Now, with me being somebody who has lived in America for most of my life. I cannot recall a single time that my government has ever approved or supported temporary marriages in my lifetime. I’ve yet to see a billboard or PSA from my government, saying something like: “Uncle Sam need your marriage to be temporary… Support America by having a temporary marriages.”

I can’t even recall ever seeing a president, State senator/representative or any politician promoting such an idea. They probably be quickly voted out of office if they did. However, I can recall many politicians and even Christian organizations (Christians make up the bulk of Americans currently) who have been trying to reduce the amount of divorces in America. Because they (including myself) believe in a life long marriage and not a temporary marriage.

I don’t think you’ll find very many Americans that get married thinking they’re marriage is only temporary. Sure, there are some people who exchange money for a that lets some foreigner from another country come live here and becomes citizen. But such people hardly are representative of America’s majority who believe that marriage is a promise to stay together forever.

So why was this Muslim man saying that America both approves and supports temporary marriages when it is not true? Well, I personally don’t think this man is making it up. Because he does not strike me as a man who knows a lot about America or the world outside of his Muslim community that he is within. I think he is just parroting something that someone else told him in order to demonize America in the hopes of making people like MarkDennes see America as evil and immoral. Helping to build up a hatred and intolerance with him and him for America. Thus desensitizing him to the bad things that some of his own fellow Muslims have done and continue to try to do to America and Christians alike… Creating a, “they had it coming” attitude. Or a attitude of, “who cares about what happens to them? They are evildoers, anyways.”

So I ask again, why do so many Muslim people feel the need to slander America and Christians with false accusations? Can’t the truth about America and Christians be enough to make Muslims think bad things about us?

Well, apparently it is not enough, Christians for the most part recognizes and have apologized for their past and have even made changes since then. And America’s policies are usually no worse than their own countries policies. Not to mention not all Americans are for the policies that America has. This all makes it a lot harder to make America and Christians into an evil enemy that Muslim people can easily hate and not have any empathy for.

So it would seem the truth about America and Christians is not enough to get the Muslim world to stop looking at us as humans and instead see us as animals. Leaving those who want America and Christians to be seen as enemies, the only option available to them. And that is to tell lies and half-truths about us to make a scene like we’re evil immoral people.

This makes me personally feel good that I am both a Christian and American because, if the worst that can be said about America and Christianity must be in the form of slander. Then that shows me that we are on the right track.

Peter said:

Beloved, I beg you as sojourners and pilgrims, abstain from fleshly lusts which war against the soul, having your conduct honorable among the Gentiles, that when they speak against you as evildoers, they may, by your good works which they observe, glorify God in the day of visitation. -1 Peter 2:11-12

And

having a good conscience, that when they defame you as evildoers, those who revile your good conduct in Christ may be ashamed. 1 Peter 3:16

these Bible passages seem very fitting in this situation where people can’t attack us with the truth, but must slanderous with lies and half-truths in order for us to be seen in a bad light. That’s when they attack us with this slander chances are they are also very aware of their own evil works.

Sick… Just sick.


I just read a vary disturbing article. A child dies just 5 days after being forced to marry a man. How did she die? Her sex organs had been ruptured due to this sick man having sex with her. Here is the article

SANAA – A 13-year-old Yemeni girl who had been forced into marriage died five days after her wedding when she suffered a rupture in her sex organs and haemorrhaging, a local right’s organisation said Thursday.
Ilham Mahdi al-Assi died on Friday in al-Thawra hospital, in Hajja province north of the capital, the Shaqaeq Arab Forum for Human Rights said in a statement quoting a medical report.
She was wedded on Monday in a traditional arrangement known as “swap marriage” in which the brother of the bride also married the sister of the groom, it said.
“The child Ilham has died as a martyr due to the abuse of children’s lives in Yemen,” the non-governmental organisation said.
Her death is a “flagrant example” of the results of opposing the ban on child marriage in Yemen, which is leading to “killing child females,” it said.
The marriage of young girls is widespread in Yemen which has a strong tribal structure.
The death of a 12-year-old girl in childbirth in September illustrated the case of the country’s “brides of death,” many of whom are married off even before puberty.
Controversy has heightened in Yemen recently over a law banning child marriage in the impoverished country through setting a minimum age of 17 for women and 18 for men.
Thousands of conservative women demonstrated outside parliament last month answering a call by Islamist parties opposing the law.
A lesser number of women rallied at the same venue a few days later in support of the law, whose implementation is blocked pending a request by a group of MPs for a review, although it had passed last year in the chamber.
Report 13-year-old bride dies five days after her wedding when suffering rupture in her sex organs, haemorrhaging.

SANAA – A 13-year-old Yemeni girl who had been forced into marriage died five days after her wedding when she suffered a rupture in her sex organs and haemorrhaging, a local right’s organisation said Thursday.
Ilham Mahdi al-Assi died on Friday in al-Thawra hospital, in Hajja province north of the capital, the Shaqaeq Arab Forum for Human Rights said in a statement quoting a medical report.
She was wedded on Monday in a traditional arrangement known as “swap marriage” in which the brother of the bride also married the sister of the groom, it said.
“The child Ilham has died as a martyr due to the abuse of children’s lives in Yemen,” the non-governmental organisation said.
Her death is a “flagrant example” of the results of opposing the ban on child marriage in Yemen, which is leading to “killing child females,” it said.
The marriage of young girls is widespread in Yemen which has a strong tribal structure.
The death of a 12-year-old girl in childbirth in September illustrated the case of the country’s “brides of death,” many of whom are married off even before puberty.
Controversy has heightened in Yemen recently over a law banning child marriage in the impoverished country through setting a minimum age of 17 for women and 18 for men.
Thousands of conservative women demonstrated outside parliament last month answering a call by Islamist parties opposing the law. A lesser number of women rallied at the same venue a few days later in support of the law, whose implementation is blocked pending a request by a group of MPs for a review, although it had passed last year in the chamber.