Posted a comment, yet up, on Aangirfan's ABRAHAM, KING DAVID, MOSLEMS, JEWS, CHRISTIANS
Maybe (“I don't really wanna know...”) – old myths true/false, which/what/none-are? Historical or fantasy? Purported records not archaeologically backed – while face-up, first-read, not at all seems just and right in some of . . .
Ivan Teleguz 'has received a stay of execution'. More time to battle on.
I only know of Ivan's plight through Paul Craig Roberts, someone only too aware of suffering in perspective and media's numb and dumb, to the carnage of war. He names the Western-cabal, the war-perpetrators; 'Washington'.. . .
Crimes of Empire, Civilisation triumphs over the forces of nihilism, chaos and destruction. Gushed out a comment. No need to elaborate on. James post is disturbing but tentative for better days.
Into start-to-finish, two posts (here and Plant a Seed), by early-ish morn. Coz of – cop-out – using comments. Two from yesterday.
To add: I don't believe the universe and our place in-it is constructed as a divine test. That God set all this . . .
Commented on Tap's Easter Suicide Bombing A Preview Of The Persecution Christians Will Face During The Tribulation?
Following a tweet last night about Jim Baker’s what-dos and up pops Michael Snyder who I’ve read – appreciate – over the years. Awake and Church – “what have we here?” (Now this/post). Well, no-change, the . . .
The vaccine film Robert De Niro won’t let his audience see… writes Jon Rappoport and although I agree it's disappointing the back-down came, surely the damage/blessing's, been done. It happened quick/slow enough to get two news stories. I'm guessing D'Niro is pleased with himself. Just an establishment enemy enough, . . .
The upcoming Tribeca Film Festival has come under heat for its screening of a documentary that promotes the anti-vaccination movement. In a statement, Robert De Niro defended the screening of Vaxxed: From Cover-up to Catastrophe while also distancing himself as part of the anti-vaccination movement. Reports Daniel Kreps for Rolling . . .