Brett Kavanaugh & The Persecution Of American Conservatives.

After watching the impassioned statement from Supreme Court Nominee Brett Kavanaugh I’m seriously considering getting myself a go-pro camera & a calendar diary just in case someone jumps out of the woodwork in the future and accuse me of any wrong doing. My own CV in regards to behaviour is so squeaky clean that you would think that I’d never even been close to anything resembling rock’n’roll, yet in the light of the methods that are being used to get rid of Christians, Conservatives or anyone who opposes the culture war and political war that is currently unfolding on both sides of the Atlantic, you evidently have to be prepared for anything coming your way, whether you write/report, create, run for office or engage in charitable efforts…

In one of my unpublished entries that I’m currently working on I compare the current political drama in the U.S.A. to a circus. The behaviour is so unhinged and desperate that it becomes hard not to laugh despite all the tragedy; for a circus it certainly is when high school yearbooks and the likes are being scanned for any kind of damning evidence. The next level would be to go after people’s kindergarten records.

All I have to say is: 1 – what a mess.

And: 2 – what a fine display of human “rationality.”

In addition I’ve also received a couple of very troubling emails depicting the treatment of conservatives across the pond. (The highlights are my doing). 

“The film was crowd funded on Indiegogo by over 29,000 people, who gave over $2.3mm to make sure this story was told. It’s an uplifting story of justice and the men and women in law enforcement who helped bring Kermit Gosnell to trial. While taking a hard look at the facts, the movie is not graphic or explicit. It’s rated PG-13 and is appropriate for teenagers. If you can handle an episode of Law & Order or NCIS you can see Gosnell.

The film has faced opposition from the very beginning when Kickstarter kicked the campaign off their platform. It aced opposition in the production of the film. And recently NPR refused to run advertising describing Kermit Gosnell as an abortion. See the movie that shines a light on a story the mainstream media refused to cover.” – Taken from an email reg. a movie that has been made about an abortion Doctor in America.

“Dear Fellow Patriot,

By now I’m sure you’ve heard of Facebook and Twitter’s efforts to silence conservatives, but that’s was just the tip of the iceberg.

Just last month, MasterCard colluded with the Southern Poverty Law Center and other left-wing fringe organizations to shut down my Freedom Center’s online fundraising without so much as a warning.

The Southern Poverty Law Center blacklisted my organization as a “hate group” because we dare question the Left’s agenda, and now big finance is using this bogus label to come after us.

Shortly after MasterCard launched this crippling attack, Discover Card came after us. And now, I have no choice but to take these credit card processors to court.

Because this isn’t about me. This is about you and your free speech. The Left doesn’t care if you’re a politician, a pundit or a plumber — if you don’t embrace their radical agenda, they want to destroy you.

I’ll be honest — the legal fees are steep. But a generous donor has pledged to match all donations between now and September 30th. So anything you give today will have double the impact.”Taken from an email reg. Armed Forces Connect & David Horowitz Freedom Centre.

 

I guess the best thing to do is to voice your support, pray, and aid people financially if you are in a position to do so.

To be honest I don’t like the visible political division and hostility, it’s sad and very much troubling. Yet after watching some short Twitter clips the other day, my bet is that things are only going to get worse. The line between ganging up on a person hurling insults vs. ganging up on a person to physically assault them is not very long; at least that’s what I’m thinking.

The aim of those on the opposite political spectrum is silly as well since you’ll always have diversity of opinion. Even if you were to go after everyone who disagrees with you, there is no guarantee that your very own child will grow up to become just like you or that your best-friend and comrade will remain in the exact same political or spiritual camp for the entirety of their lives.

The fight is futile; but I guess the other side is strong in the faith, even though they don’t know that they have one……….

30 Reasons To Be Grateful And/Or Things To Look For…

Since I now live in the English countryside in an old house I’ve had some experiences of power loss, especially during winter. Even though something like that can serve as a reminder of how incredibly lucky we are in this day and age what really shook me was losing our tap water the other day.

That’s when I truly realised how fortunate we are to not only live in our part of the world, but to live now with all of our infrastructure both digitally and “acoustically.”

I can certainly understand why those who govern would regard the loss of this as our greatest vulnerability because once the water is gone what do you do?

You can manage without electricity for some days, it can even have a certain romantic effect, but if your toilet stops working, and you cannot clean yourself nor your tools, well then things are starting to look very grim indeed….

Here is my list over things to be grateful for and things to look for if searching for a good location, etc;

  1. Water in the tap! It certainly tops my list over modern-day luxuries that you do not want to lose.
  2. Hot Water.
  3. Tap Water That Taste Nice. I regard this as a major luxury in this day and age, since much of the water that is out there is “contaminated” to a certain degree. In certain places we’ve lived over the years we only drank bottled water since the quality of what came out of the tap was so bad. Here in England you can in theory drink it, but it taste foul. I had a little bonsai tree that died once it got tap water, you also have to pour lots of chemicals into your aquarium if you keep fish as pets so that they don’t die. Norwegian water actually taste nice, so you could probably start a proper scam by bottling your own Norwegian tap water and sell it over the internet for good money. Norwegian mountain water is the only tap water I’ve ever had that  tasted just like Evian.
  4. A functioning indoor toilet. You can certainly survive without it, just think about the infamous Norwegian “ute do,” but life is sure as hell way more practical indeed with indoor plumbing.
  5. Modern Day Kitchen Appliances. Think about all the time we save by having dishwashers and washing machines! Looking after a household today is certainly way more glamorous than how things were back in the day when women had to clean everything by hand – without indoor plumbing!
  6. A functioning fire-place! In England it isn’t uncommon to block ones fire-place, but if the electricity goes it will be your only heat source, besides dressing up, and laying close to a relative or partner to not lose too much heat during the night. Opting for an old-fashion Norwegian stove that you can cook on top of is also a good idea. An open fire has always been a priority for human beings, living in a high-tech reality doesn’t change that. It enables you to make food without electricity and heat up water. If you’re outside it can also keep animals away. 
  7. Central Heating. It’s so practical to just push a magical button sadly that only works as long as everything else is operational.
  8. Electricity! Light, light, everywhere. We are incredibly lucky that we can use lightbulbs and take advantage of all of our electricity driven tools. How would we cope without them? We can but the transition would be horrendous and many would probably die in today’s society if the power all of a sudden disappeared for a month or two.
  9. Tools! The digital infrastructure that we have access to facilitates mobility, efficiency and make it possible to start a business with nothing but a phone. We can also keep in touch with people on the other side of the world and literally follow someone from their hospital bed if a relative is out of reach and ill. Our tools, the internet and the opportunities that social media sites offer would leave a gaping hole in the lives and livelihoods of many if destroyed. 
  10. Glass bottles & other non-contaminated food and drink containers. I was always grateful for plastic because I perceived it as a quality stamp. When I moved to England and saw that people would prepare food without wearing plastic gloves I would be disgusted since I thought of it as unhygienic. Now that I’ve read that plastic leaks into our food and drinks I feel silly! I’m now collecting glass bottles. I clean them and re-fill them. Last time I was at Starbucks I thought it was ridiculous that their eco-friendly option was a plastic cup … Go for glass. Keep it and clean it, if you find it. 
  11. Bottled water & wet wipes. If the water is gone you will desperately need these things. It is better to drink plastic-water than nothing. If you are thirsty enough you’ll drink anything.
  12. Flashlights, batteries & candles.
  13. Easy to consume snack & food stuffs that you don’t prepare yourself! Invisible hands or machines are hard at work to ensure that the Utopia is running smoothly. If you stop to think about how people used to work hard to bake and make these things you’ll probably also realise why obesity has become such an issue. In today’s world we can “comfort eat” and “snack” away as much as we want. You can eat because you want to eat and enjoy food for the sake of enjoying a good meal. The second that you see how much effort that goes into keeping a vegetable patch or cooking foodstuffs from scratch it changes your perspective completely.
  14. A house built with rocks. It keeps cool during the summer, it heats up easily during winter, bad weather have a hard time knocking it down, and it will stand for years.
  15. Fertile land that is good for farming.
  16. Access to edible fish.
  17. Access to edible game.
  18. Knowing how to hunt. Farm animals run when they see strangers, wild animals jump if they hear you or see you from afar. I don’t even know how it would be like to catch one of these things in total desperation due to hunger, without any prior hunting experience at all. It would certainly make for a comical spectacle I’m sure.
  19. Weapons that enables defence and the acquisition of nutrition. One thing is to prep, another thing is to be able to protect what you’ve gathered. A good (or bad) thing to know, depending on how you look at it, is that there are many who are completely unaware of that milk comes from the cow and that potatoes are grown in the ground. This means that there will be many who’ll stay put in the cities or in the towns if everything breaks down, but there will still be some who’ll trek into the country to go where the food is. You need to fortify your position. That is obviously not easy if you live in a territory where it is illegal for you to protect yourself and what is yours. It is also an interesting thing to keep in mind that many population groups were “nomadic,” in the past. Having the ability to move around in order to find good “hunting grounds” and water, is only possible if flexible and armed.
  20. Opportunity for foraging. Nature provides; it is up to us to see it and take it. 
  21. A “mud cellar.” Also known as “potato cellar.” Basically a “cellar” dug deep down in the ground where you can keep your food if your fridge becomes useless. If you have access to ice and snow you will be more fortunate as you can just use the outdoors as your natural fridge.
  22. Rainwater or a water well. If you can’t get access to water through the tap and the bottled water is nowhere to be found, then what?
  23. Proximity to real farms that sell genuine food stuffs. No imitation meat, no synthetics. You are what you eat and in today’s junk food reality that is truly scary. Just think about industrialised agriculture and the wellbeing of the animals that we end up consuming; that being said if you are hungry you’ll eat anything, even pets and other humans! 😮 If you are alive today then it is very probable that your ancestors were extremely brutal at one point or the other.
  24. Low population density. More resources, more space, less fighting and less conflict. The more people, the more problems.
  25. Lack of light pollution. You can watch the stars! Once you get out of the city you’ll be amazed at the beauty in the skies!
  26. Lack of noise pollution & other sense pollution/disturbances. It is so quiet where I live that I can literally hear the gold-fish play with the rocks inside their tank or pigeons fight each other with their wings outside in the garden.
  27. Fresh air. This is so hard to come by in this day and age that I consider this to be a major luxury just like water that taste nice. You are lucky if you don’t have to smell the foul smell of cars and other transportation vehicles. If you have access to air that doesn’t stink or “feels dense/greasy/heavy” you can consider yourself very fortunate indeed.
  28. Being able to order products online that just magically appear at your door. In this day and age you don’t have to leave your house at all if you need something. You can just click some buttons on your device and this will initiate a whole chain of events that you’ll never have to witness or deal with until your desired product just materialise at your location. What would you do if that all of a sudden vanished?
  29. Making your own tools and clothes in case it all breaks down. Our ancestors had to get the wool off the sheep that they had the responsibility for. They then had to spin this wool in order to create yarn so that that in its turn could be used to make clothes. The amount of effort that went into everything that was produced by hand is incredible to fathom. Our clothes are made by invisible hands in the East or machines, God only knows where or how the materials are sourced and what kind of process they go through to gain their colour, texture, etc; Most mainstream fabrics seem to be mixed or synthetic. We don’t have to gather any of the materials, nor do we have to make any of it either. This can probably explain in part the “shopaholic” phenomenon and also the habit of throwing things away rather than fixing what is broken. 
  30. High quality footwear and clothes made out of wool. Nothing beats having a Norwegian “sheep-jacket” it might not look trendy, but you are literally walking around with a “bææææ” on you. Norwegian traditional sweaters, wool mittens and super underwear will make sure that you’ll be ready for the winter. It is of interest to contemplate that wearing fur used to be done out of necessity. Having high quality boots so that you can walk for miles is very important too. What do you do if your car breaks down and all other transportation opportunities are out of the question? Your feet are there to be used.

So with all of this being listed I think a Thank You would be appropriate to God and humans alike who tinker away in order to come up with new tools and gadgets. At the end of the day it could all be gone tomorrow which is why being grateful is of such great importance.

You never know!

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Trump’s UK Visit.

After influencers have been agitating for months, urging people to go out in the streets to show their hate for the US President, we now see the result! Thank you so much for putting a strain on our law enforcement personnel while advocating for total unrest all over the country. *Insert Sarcasm * I urge any person who might read my blog and follow me to stay safe. I send out my love to the British police today, who are constantly given impossible and difficult tasks to deal with.

This is how they will be accommodated as they try to protect those who protest: Terrible treatment of the UK Police.

The U.S. Embassy is telling Americans to keep a low profile during Trump’s visit. Stay Safe!

 

Invisible warfare – not that I read about this years ago. I read back then that Microwaves can alter your emotions completely, it can apparently work like Mind-Control or Emotion-Control. Apparently the research was stopped as it was seen as unethical … or maybe it just went underground.

Hear about the Brits microwaving protesters and official enemies; how wifi routers destroy the genes of your offsprings, etc; Turn off the wifi and divorce your phone. Not that it is easy! Look at this nightmare.

The Secure Travels App.

A while back I had an idea that it would be amazing if an App could be developed to mark out unsafe territories in Europe! This would of course warn tourists and locals alike, so that lives could be saved. It could be called the Secure Travels App for example, and alert people of hot spots for violence/riots/rapes etc; it would also help if travellers could be alerted to where we have our no-gone zones, since knowledge of this is normally only known by locals due to word of mouth!

This evening I came across this article from Brazil: Security in Brazil. You can see how cool an idea like this actually is.

I have no idea how to design or create Apps, so I’m just throwing the idea out there in the hope that maybe some basement dwelling punk might create it. Here is another App idea that quite frankly was just meant for giggles; I’m serious about the Secure Travels App though, it bugs me that Asians, Americans, Latinos, Africans, etc; travel over here for business or for holidays, without knowing where it is safe to go or not.

It is usually impossible to really know what’s up unless you have relatives or friends living over here, or follow alternative media. After keeping an eye on the mainstream news over here for a while now, I’m surprised that the only thing that usually gets proper exposure are full-scale terrorist attacks. This is not good. How can people keep safe if they don’t get the information they need? It does seem like the cover up mentality might not last, which would be great in terms of safety. Just now I came across this article about London.

Air China tried to warn their customers a while back, doing the right thing, but were told off for doing so. I fail to see why it is wrong to think about the security of Chinese tourists? This must surely be more important than political correctness? Especially when considering this (as published by a mainstream English news outlet), concerning the crime-boom in London:

“Initiatives will target the “root causes” of crime and address the disproportionate number of victims and offenders from black, Asian and ethnic minority groups.”

I’ve personally had the honour of living close to Croydon, in London, a “so-called” successful melting pot, and it certainly didn’t feel very culturally enriching when all the riots went on … it is not  an area that I would ever walk alone in, especially not after dark.

These have been some of my observations, regarding the dramatic change across our beloved continent these last few years, this entry also contains some observations about the U.S.A.

Check out the link I posted about people alerting others of crime in Brazil, it looks like a cool concept! Stay safe wherever you are! 😉

Persecuted Christians around the World.

Please check out Open Doors who help Christians in trouble. You sign up for free information and can write cards to imprisoned believers. You can also donate. Small amounts make a huge difference. It is quite shocking to read about the suffering these people of faith have to endure, especially since a lot of these stories are kept out of the mainstream media.

I didn’t know for example that Egyptian girls risk being kidnapped by Muslims if they are Christian. They get approached much in the same way as we’ve seen Muslim men do over here in England – with so-called grooming; here in Europe girls end up being pimped out by the guy they thought was their boyfriend, while girls in Egypt think that they’ve met their future husband only to be forcefully converted and married off to someone else. A grim affair indeed; intended to bring shame and humiliation upon Christian families.

There are also stories of minorities within minorities such as Rohingya Christians, who are never really mentioned by anybody. Persecuted Christians seems to be largely a non-topic, with former Muslims turned Christians an even greater non-topic….This global issue has thankfully been mentioned by US Vice President Mike Pence (which I’ve mentioned before), even England’s Theresa May lent her voice during her Christmas message and met with representatives from Open Doors, etc; Hopefully we’ll see a change in the popular narrative as a result? One can hope.

Grizzly tales are shared within the pages of these magazines from communist countries such as North-Korea and China, yet Muslim majority nations appear to be the greatest offenders when it comes to intolerant, violent, persecution of those that they disagree with. Which is particularly interesting when bearing in mind that many of these Islamic territories used to be Christian once upon a time, even Jewish in some instances (which I’ve mentioned in another entry).

It is obvious that there are many tragic fates that are being kept away from the public light, which is a great shame. We should remember these people and their stories. It is even better if we remind them that they are not alone! Sign up for Open Doors’ monthly information package if you are curious and want to help; it’s free!

*Note: needless to say there are countless various religious denominations out there. I find that to be pretty self-explanatory, but decided to update this blog entry (21.March.2018) with this basic reminder, due to the current politically sensitive hysteria we sadly experience all over the Western world. When talking about averages, regardless of the group mentioned, “Not All” should be an unnecessary detail to add. *

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