Thursday, September 13, 2018


"Hungary will not be a country of migrants" 
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The EU is in the process of deliberations on whether to strip Hungary of “key” EU rights because of that country’s policies on immigration. Hungarian leader Viktor Orban delivered  a “fiery speech to European lawmakers in Strasbourg,” stating that he will not give in to EU “blackmail.”
Orban accused the “pro-migrant majority” of having “already made up their minds” to invoke the European Union Treaty’s Article 7 against Hungary, for its treatment of migrants and minorities
Orban has long argued that he does not see the multitude of Muslim migrants who entered Europe as refugees, but as “economic migrants,” since they deliberately “journey to richer western European countries….while passing through less wealthy countries.” He also stated:
We believe that a large number of Muslims inevitably leads to parallel societies, because Christian and Muslim society will never unite.
The daily headlines are filled with news of no-go zones (many likened to war zones), sharia patrols and crimes, assaults and jihad attacks directly related to the Muslim migrant influx. Orban’s warning about parallel Muslim societies has already come true in the UK, where over 85 Sharia courts are in operation. Orban has remained steady on his views about Muslim migration, unlike Angela Merkel, who has flip-flopped to suit her political agenda at various times. Recently news emerged about another surprising U-turn by EU President Jean-Claude Juncker, who has backed a 10,000-strong border force to crack down on illegal immigration.
“‘You condemn us because we are not a nation of migrants,’ Orban tells EU before sanctions vote,” RT, September 11, 2018:
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban delivered a fiery speech to European lawmakers in Strasbourg, before they began deliberations on suspending the country’s key EU rights due to his government’s policies.
Orban accused the “pro-migrant majority” of having “already made up their minds” to invoke the European Union Treaty’s Article 7 against Hungary, for its treatment of migrants and minorities, and the ruling party purported abuse of the law and suppression of media freedoms.
“Hungary will not accede to this blackmailing, Hungary will protect its borders, stop illegal migration and – if needed – we will stand up to you,” said Orban, who was re-elected with an overwhelming majority in April.
“Hungary is going to be condemned because the Hungarian people have decided that this country is not going to be a country of migrants.”
Calling the proceedings an “insult” to his nation, Orban called Hungary the “defender of Europe” and spoke of its “different view on Christianity in Europe, the role of nations and national culture.”
“These differences cannot be a reason to brand any country and be excluded from joint decisions. We would never go as far as to silence those that do not agree with us,” said the Hungarian prime minister, as the majority of the chamber sat in silence, while his mostly Euroskeptic supporters cheered.
Article 7 is applied if an EU member state presents a “systemic threat” to the bloc’s values, which Hungary was adjudged to have done in a report by Green MEP Judith Sargentini earlier this year, and could result in Budapest losing its voting representation in various European bodies, becoming a pariah state in the union.
It requires for two-thirds of MEPs to vote in favor of accepting the report on Wednesday, after European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker delivers his annual State of the Union speech.
This is considered likely, but all the other EU nations would then need to agree unanimously to punish Budapest. Such consensus has never been achieved, meaning that Article 7 has never been implemented, and is not likely this time either.
Hungary has vowed to veto the application of similar sanctions to Poland, under its own investigation, and at least Warsaw will likely return the favor…..

Viktor Orban vs. EU Parliament: 

Hungary Takes a Stand!!! Dr. Steve Turley Reports

Viktor Orban Challenges Macron as Nations Stand with Hungary!!!



Brandon Straka issued 30-day suspension ahead of WalkAway March on October 26-28

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Facebook has slapped a 30-day suspension on #WalkAway founder Brandon Straka for simply mentioning Alex Jones.
Straka took to Twitter Wednesday to explain he’d been temporarily banned from Facebook ahead of the #WalkAway March on Washington next month, where thousands of disillusioned former Democrats are slated to rally together to show their disgust with the Democrat Party before the midterms.
“FACEBOOK JUST BANNED ME AS I AM PLANNING THE #WalkAway March on Washington!!! I have been banned from posting leading up to the March. This is devastated for our ability to reach people!!! I was banned for mentioning my interview with Alex Jones. Can anybody help???” he tweeted Wednesday.

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FACEBOOK JUST BANNED ME AS I AM PLANNING THE March on Washington!!! I have been banned from posting leading up to the March. This is devastated for our ability to reach people!!! I was banned for mentioning my interview with Alex Jones. Can anybody help???

Straka included screenshots of Facebook’s vague explanation of the suspension, which stated, “If you post something that goes against our standards again, your account will be blocked for another 30 days.”
In a statement to Infowars, Straka claimed he was banned for posting, “Hey, Patriots! I’m going live on in 15 minutes.”
Straka’s WalkAway YouTube channel has already amassed nearly 56,000 subscribers since he launched it earlier this summer, which is why the left is determined to shut down the grassroots movement.
Indeed, leftist media like CNN and Huffington Post demonized the WalkAway movement last month, claiming with no proof that it was a “Russian bot” campaign meant to “wound Democrats.”


Jamie Glazov: Facebook Bans Me on 9/11 – 

For Posting on How to Prevent Another 9/11

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[Editor’s note: To best understand why Facebook would ban Frontpage Editor and Glazov Gang Host Jamie Glazov on 9/11 for his article on how to best prevent more 9/11s, pre-order Jamie’s new book, Jihadist Psychopath: How He Is Charming, Seducing, and Devouring Us: HERE. The book illustrates how the Jihadist Psychopath has successfully built his totalitarian plantation — on which many in the West are now enslaved and dutifully following his orders. Jamie outlines the frameworks of this tyrannical plantation and how those who are trapped on it, and yearn for freedom, can best escape.]
Facebook’s Unholy Alliance masters are, without doubt, accelerating their totalitarian suffocation of free thought and expression. it is no surprise, therefore, that I was suspended from Facebook for 30 days yesterday, on September 11, after posting my article, 9 Steps to Successfully Counter Jihad. I believed that the article was more relevant and urgent than ever due to the skyrocketing Jihadist stabbings in Europe — and to the 17th anniversary of 9/11 that was approaching the next day.
But it appears that daring to give suggestions on how our civilization can stop Jihadist attacks and another 9/11 is against Facebook’s ‘community standards’. I posted a screenshot of the reprimand that Facebook sent me and then tweeted about it. (See Below).
The article itself outlined nine ways in which Jihad can best be countered. The steps include:
1. Label the Enemy and Make a Threat Assessment, 3. Stop “Partnering” With Muslim Brotherhood Front Groups, and 5. Launch Our Own Counter-propaganda Campaign.”
My advice also involves the promotion of supporting moderate Muslims — a move that is, clearly, horrifying to Facebook’s masters and therefore also violates their “community standards.”
No doubt, my consistent campaigning on behalf of Muslim women and girls in my efforts to protect them from FGMHonor Killings and other Sharia barbarities, has gained me the anger and hatred of Facebook’s guardians — who are clearly on the side of the Sharia enforcers and oppressors of Muslim women and girls.
I am no stranger to censorship on social media — especially of the insane variety. In April earlier this year, I was suspended from Facebook for posting screenshots of a Muslim’s threat to me on the platform.
Then, in May, my Twitter account was temporarily suspended and I was forced to delete tweets I posted which directly quoted Islamic religious texts. My account was suspended for violating Twitter’s rules relating to “hateful conduct.”
It is “hateful conduct”, apparently, to reference what Islamic texts themselves say. Indeed, I had simply referred to Sahih Bukhari’s texts discussing Mohammed’s marriage to Aisha when she was six years old (7.62.88) and to Qur’anic Suras that mandate the Hijab for women (24:31; 33:59) and sanction sexual slavery (4:3; 33:50).
I have also attempted to write to Facebook to ask what it is specifically that violates Facebook’s “community standards” when a person gives advice on how to best defend American lives from Jihad. But when I try to send my inquiry, a Facebook announcement appears telling me that my “request” cannot be processed. It appears, therefore, that when you are languishing in the Facebook Gulag, not only are you imprisoned without understanding why, but there is also no way and no one to ask about your fate.
Islamic blasphemy laws are here — and coming to a neighborhood near you.
I humbly request everyone to get involved. Please go to Facebook and click on the blue question (“?”) mark on the top-right corner of your Homepage. Then select “Report a Problem” at the very bottom of the box and go to the “General Feedback” section and write in to request that my ban be lifted. You can also do that on Facebook HERE and HERE. Also protest on Twitter: @facebook and @fbnewsroom — and directly to Mark Zuckerberg: @finkd. And please spread the word and report this outrage to all the media you can.
And make sure to FOLLOW me on Facebook as well as on Twitter to strengthen my social media strength in the face of this censorship: @JamieGlazov.
Thank you so much!


April 12, 2016
David Cloud, Way of Life Literature, P.O. Box 610368, Port Huron, MI 48061
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The following is excerpted from The Bible, Diet, and Alternative Health Care, available in print or as a free eBook from
A study on alternative medicine in the January 2008 report in U.S. News & World Report focused on the rapid growth of Reiki (pronounced ray-key). The report says the number of Reiki practitioners worldwide is in the millions, with half a million in the United States and over a million in Germany.
According to the American Hospital Association, 15% of hospitals were using Reiki in 2007.

A report in 
The Washington Post for May 16, 2014, was entitled “Reiki Goes Mainstream.” 
In 2016, Newsweek magazine reported that “Reiki classes are cropping up all across the country, with courses offered everywhere from Tallahassee, Florida, to Seattle, Washington” (“The Healing Power of Reiki,” Newsweek, Feb. 28, 2016).
The practice has been praised by Oprah and Dr. Oz.
Lighthouse Trails observes:
“If US News & World Report is correct in their assessment that Reiki, Yoga, and other types of healing practices are now mainstream, then Reiki is here to stay. One can only wonder if Reiki is going to become as popular in Christian circles as Yoga now has. If it does, then as with contemplative spirituality, the spiritual lives of countless people will be jeopardized and the Gospel of Jesus Christ seriously compromised.”
Reiki is an occultic practice that allegedly channels “universal healing energy” for human benefit such as relaxation and physical healing. 

The word “reiki” is Japanese for “spiritually guided life force energy.” 
Rei means “a higher power’s wisdom” and Ki is “life force energy.” As we saw in the chapter “When Is Alternative Medicine Wrong,” it is also spelled chi and qi

It was developed in Japan in the early 20th century by Mikao Usui. During a 21 day program of fasting, meditation, chanting, and other pagan contemplative practices he allegedly experienced “the great Reiki energy entering” into him and found that he could use the energy to heal others. It came in the form of a light that moved toward him and entered the middle of his forehead (Mohan Makkar, 
The New Reiki Magic, p. 5). Usui allegedly began to heal with his touch and to initiate others into the “energy.” Reiki was established in Hawaii in the 1930s and from there spread to North America. The American International Reiki Association was formed in 1982.

The International Center for Reiki Training says: 
“Reiki is a Japanese technique for stress reduction and relaxation that also promotes healing. ... Reiki is a simple, natural and safe method of spiritual healing and self-improvement that everyone can use. It has been effective in helping virtually every known illness and malady and always creates a beneficial effect.”
That sounds harmless enough, doesn’t it?

But it is purely occultic and therefore spiritually dangerous and forbidden to the child of God.
William Rand, founder of Holy Fire Reiki, says, “As long as the person wants to receive the attunement and wants the ability, it comes right in. The energy respects free will—if the person doesn’t want it, it’s not going to force itself on them. … When I learned Reiki, I realized there was no limit to the quality of the energy and that it could be further reļ¬ned and upgraded” (“The Healing Power of Reiki,” Newsweek, Feb. 28, 2016).
This is a loud warning that those who delve into Reiki are dealing with demons. According to the Bible, there is no such thing as an intelligent “life force energy” that is not either human, angel (good or fallen), or God.
Reiki is transferred or initiated by the laying on of hands. The Reiki manual is subtitled “The Healing Touch.” The Reiki practitioner places his hands on the same spot of the body for three minutes at a time, and the energy is supposed to be mystically drawn out by the recipient. Horan says, “... if I lay my hands on you to do a treatment, your body will naturally draw the appropriate amounts of energy it needs, and to the proper places” (
Abundance Through Reiki, p. 20).

Reiki has three levels or degrees of initiation, the third level being the master level. The degrees are called “attunements” whereby the student is brought into harmony with the Reiki energy and taught how to channel it. The initiations are thought to create channels for the flow of Reiki. 

Reiki is largely Hindu in its philosophy. It is described as “an energy incomprehensible to the intellect which flows through everything, transforming all realms of life ... Reiki is oneness” (Paula Horan, 
Abundance Through Reiki, p. 10).

Reiki is founded on the Hindu concept that God is everything and man is part of God. One Reiki Master says that “Reiki will eventually guide you to the experience that you yourself are Reiki or Universal Life Force Energy. ... you and I are that same Universal Life Force Energy” (
Abundance Through Reiki, pp. 9, 23). 

Reiki is thought to open the chakras of the “astral body,” which is a Hindu doctrine. The astral body is supposed to be an energy body that is associated with the physical body, and the chakras are energy channels that can be manipulated. 

Paula Horan said that her Reiki teacher gave her a new name, 
Laxmi, the Hindu goddess of wealth and good fortune. He said to her, “I am giving you the name Laxmi, because in this lifetime, you will fulfill all of your desires” (Abundance Through Reiki, p. 152).

The recipients of Reiki describe it as a powerful sense of warmth and security, “a wonderful glowing radiance that flows through and around you.” 

It is not only supposed to provide healing but also to initiate the recipient into higher levels of spiritual transformation. The International Reiki Center says that “many people find that using Reiki puts them more in touch with the experience of their religion rather than having only an intellectual concept of it.” This is the mystical approach that bypasses thinking with an experiential connection with a “higher power.”

Reiki involves not only “life energy” but also spirit guides. The International Reiki Center web site says: 
“Occasionally witnessing miracles. Feeling the wonder of God s love pass through you and into another. SENSING THE PRESENCE OF SPIRITUAL BEINGS, feeling their touch, knowing they work with you. Being raised into ever greater levels of joy and peace by simply placing your hands on another. Watching your life grow and develop as your continual immersion in Reiki transforms your attitudes, values and beliefs. Sensing that because of your commitment to help others, BEINGS OF LIGHT ARE FOCUSING THEIR LOVE AND HEALING ON YOU AND CAREFULLY GUIDING YOU ON YOUR SPIRITUAL PATH. This is the promise of a developing Reiki practice. ... THERE ARE HIGHER SOURCES OF HELP YOU CAN CALL ON. ANGELS, BEINGS OF LIGHT AND REIKI SPIRIT GUIDES as well as your own enlightened self are available to help you. ... There must be congruence, an alignment within you in order for the Higher Power in the form of Reiki to flow through you in a powerful way and in order for THE ANGELS, REIKI SPIRIT GUIDES AND OTHER SPIRITUAL BEINGS TO WORK WITH YOU.” 
The Reiki practitioner is taught to get in tune with these spirit guides, to pray to them, and to yield to their control. 
“Try the following prayer: ‘Guide me and heal me so that I can be of greater service to others.’ By sincerely saying a prayer such as this each day, your heart will open and a path will be created to receive the help of higher spiritual beings. They will guide you in your Reiki practice and in the development of your life purpose.”
Reiki is even said to open up “psychic communication centers”:
“During the Reiki attunement process, the avenue that is opened within the body to allow Reiki to flow through also opens up the psychic communication centers. This is why MANY REIKI PRACTITIONERS REPORT HAVING VERBALIZED CHANNELED COMMUNICATIONS WITH THE SPIRIT WORLD” (Phylameana Desy, The Everything Reiki Book, 2004, p. 144).
Reiki Journal suggests that message therapy is an excellent tool for spreading Reiki.

Following is a concluding warning about Reiki:
“My mom is into the New Age movement and has had Reiki done on her for years; recently she started practicing Reiki. She does it on friends and family members (I am the only Christian in the family). I live with back pain, and she has wanted to do it on me. I have always said no, but after researching Reiki I finally decided to tell her that my beliefs conflict with Reiki and that the ‘energy’ is actually demonic (that was a difficult conversation). ... she regularly meditates and talks to ‘her angel,’ whom she credits with anything good happening. She is getting deeper into this. My mother says she prays to ‘Jesus’ before doing Reiki.  ... She does not believe in the Bible or most of it anyway, nor Jesus’ deity, but rather [that] He came to point the way to God.  ... Obviously this is a false Jesus. ... one of her angels is ‘like a best friend’ and has a name” (“My Mother Is Doing Reiki,” Lighthouse Trails, Feb. 9, 2016).