Friday, July 12, 2019


In this installment of Dumpster Fire we debunk Paula White's Divine Protection Racket where she told the people of her church that they needed to give up to 1 month's wages as a first fruit offering or there could be consequences for not giving God what belongs to Him.


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"The father is Khizer Khan. He is a Pakistani Muslim immigrant and immigration lawyer who is neither hero nor a person otherwise to be honored.
Indeed, Khizr Khan has made his wealth in America as a Muslim immigration lawyer associated with a large law firm by importing other mostly wealthy Muslims in the notoriously corrupt "EB5" immigration visa program. That EP5 cash-cow for immigration lawyers is, of course, threatened by the possible election of Donald Trump."

Trump on His Sacrifices, Responds to Khan Family

Khizr Khan wrote that any writings on judicial matters “must always be subordinated to the Shari’ah and open to reconsideration by all Muslims.”
"And then there is the celebrated Khizr Khan. Intelius records that Khizr Khan has worked at Hogan Lovells Llp. According to the Washington Free Beacon, “Hogan Lovells LLP, another U.S. firm hired by the Saudis, is registered to work for the Royal Embassy of Saudi Arabia through 2016, disclosures show. Robert Kyle, a lobbyist from the firm, has bundled $50,850 for Clinton’s campaign.” The Free Beacon added that the Saudi government has “supplied the Clinton Foundation with millions. The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has given between $10 and $25 million to the foundation while Friends of Saudi Arabia has contributed between $1 and $5 million.”"
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The condition of American border detention centers “reminds us of the concentration camps of the Second World War,” stated Khizr Khan this past July 4 at Thomas Jefferson’s historic Monticello estate near Charlottesville, Virginia. This Holocaust-trivializing hyperbole was among the controversial statements at Monticello’s annual new citizen oath ceremony that indicate the disturbing questions surrounding this Gold Star father and contemporary political sensation.
The Charlottesville resident Khan has had numerous high profile speaking engagements on television, at the Oxford Union, and elsewhere since he burst onto the national scene at the 2016 Democratic National Convention (DNC). There he undertook a searing attack against then-Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump in an address that profiled Khan’s son, Humayun, who valiantly fell in combat as an American army officer during the Iraq war. At Monticello, Thomas Jefferson Foundation President Leslie Greene Bowman introduced Khan as an “advocate for constitutional rights, religious liberty, civic engagement, and, importantly, national unity.”
Khan effused patriotic praise for cherished American institutions such as the Bill of Rights, a “sacred document.” As on past occasions, he stated that his study of the Constitution came to the conclusion that “there is none like our Rule of Law, our Separation of Power, our Checks and Balances,” although he only passed the New York State bar in 2010. He enthused that Charlottesville is the “blessed city of Thomas Jefferson, and home of Mr. Jefferson’s University,” the University of Virginia. (The local city council, which recently abolished the birthday of the slaveholder Jefferson as a city holiday, made no comment.)
Nonetheless, Khan worried about America, whose elections face “cyber and social media interference by our adversaries.” He noted a 2016 letter he had received from a retired military nurse with 20 years of service including World War II in Europe. The letter warned that America’s modern conditions “are so similar to the time of pre-second world war in Europe.”
Khan’s mixed Monticello remarks reflect the past practice of a man who, as at the DNC, always presents himself as among “patriotic Muslims with undivided loyalty to this country” amidst present societal threats. Even as Trump “consistently smears the character of Muslims,” Khan has proclaimed his opposition to “un-Americanness” and lauded America as the “most generous country in the world.” He has emphasized his belief in human equality, something he attributes to the influence of his grandfather, who was an admirer of the 13th-century Islamic Sufi mystic Rumi.
Khan has especially noted how his son, who came to the United States at age three, reflected the immigrant family’s embrace of American ideals. Humayun’s sacrificial life was a “testament” to America and “speaks to the goodness of this country,” Khan has said. “Caring for others, sacrifice, standing up for those who needed his support…all that was made here,” particularly duringHumayun’s University of Virginia college years.
However, various details of Khan’s life offer a more troubling, less pro-American portrait. He has disturbingly written that for Muslims the Quran “is the absolute authority from which springs the very conception of legality and every legal obligation.” He has praised a pro-sharia, pro-jihad Pakistani minister of law and religious affairs who did much to Islamicize Khan’s ancestral homeland where an anti-Semitic 9/11 conspiracy theorist currently head’s Khan’s law school alma mater.
Khan’s legal work has involved a major Washington, DC, law firm that has a longstanding retainer from the Saudi Arabian government and is registered under the Foreign Agents Registration Act. He has also specialized as a lawyer in a visa program riddled with corruption that helps predominantly Middle Eastern foreigners effectively buy their way into America. The law firm and Saudi Arabia had numerous, deep ties to Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign.
Khan’s partisan Democratic loyalties will not please all Americans. In 2016 he had “proven to be an effective surrogate for Hillary Clinton’s campaign, especially when it comes to mobilizing American Muslims,” the Muslim Brotherhood-linked Islamic Circle of North America (ICNAnoted. He made a Clinton campaign advertisement, a step that began his role as a prominent spokesman for America’s political left.
As the Washington Times has observed, Khan has been invited to speak to the likes of the Human Rights Campaign, the American Civil Liberties Union and the Anti-Defamation League, has been invited to join the board of directors at People for the American Way, and has weighed in on congressional and governor’s races spanning the country.
Unlike most Americans and with little evidence, Khan at Monticello and elsewhere has continuously claimed that Russian election interference won Trump the election, even though no evidence links Trump with Russian collusion. “We have fallen victim to the propaganda of Soviets and of Russia,” Khan has saidand “nobody denies that Russia has influenced our election” in 2016. Now the “beneficiary of that attack is sitting in the White House” as “Putin’s puppet,” a “Russian-tainted president” whose investments have “Russian laundered money.”
Just as Trump has tweeted, Khan has “viciously attacked” Trump in numerous tirades, like Khan’s admonition against the dangerous “authoritarian mentality that is in the White House.” At an ISNA 2016 convention press conference he sounded anti-Trump tropes like “civility in American political discourse, it is so much needed.” Rather than criticize leftist media bias against Trump and others, he declared that the “media is the fourth pillar of democracy” and “has to have some credibility, some respect.”
As Jihad Watch’s Robert Spencer has noted, Khan has also engaged in “flagrantly deceptive” whitewashes of sharia Islamic law. “There is no such thing in any country that is sharia,” he has said. Muslim-majority countries merely have a “hodge-podge” of European colonial and local legal codes. By contrast, the “United States has the Islamic law, which is equal protection of law” while references to sharia are simply a bigoted anti-Muslim “dog-whistle.”
Correspondingly, Khan always denies any connection between jihadist atrocities and the “universal message of Islam, which is peace.” He has dismissed jihadists in the Islamic State and other groups as “terrorists. These are criminals. These folks have nothing to do with Islam” and have a “hijacked concept” and “perverted version of Islam.” He has decried global sharia persecution of Christians as “un-Islamic acts” and called upon the 2016 ISNA convention to “clean that smear of violence from the name of Islam.”
Khan’s wife Ghazala has similarly proclaimed that “Islam is a so peaceful religion and I am really proud of my religion.” She has dubiously described the relationship between Muslim husbands and wives as egalitarian. “Islam teaches us to be equal but we have different responsibility.”
Belying this benign rhetoric, as a “suit-wearing jihadi” Khan has repeatedly shilled for the Hamas-derived, pro-sharia Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), including making a 2016 election Get-Out-The-Vote (GOTV) call. He addressed CAIR’s 2016 national gala dinner in Arlington, Virginia, alongside anti-Semitic extremists like Linda Sarsour. The following year he undertook a national speaking tour addressing CAIR chapters in Cedar Rapids and Des Moines, Iowa, DallasKansasSeattle, and St. Louis.
Khan in 2017 called for supporting CAIR on behalf of its Los Angeles chapter. He stated that “CAIR will continue to fight for our rights, defend the freedoms enshrined in our Constitution, and confront the maliciousness of Islamophobia” against “Trump and his circle of dangerous advisors.” He also made a CAIR 2017 Memorial Day video in which he called upon Americans to commit “to unity, liberty, justice, and, finally, to an end to all wars,” a statement that could imply rejection of future American military engagements.
Khan likewise addressed the 2016 convention of CAIR’s fellow Muslim Brotherhood-derived extremists in the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA). With hugs, Sarsour warmly introduced him and his wife Ghazala as “uncle” and “auntie” while he responded in kind by saying that Sarsour “is so inspiring.” “God bless you, God keep you strong, and continue to speak,” he said to her and declared to the gala dinner audience that “I see my mentors, my leaders, sitting everywhere.” “Takbir—Allahu Akbar” chants resounded during a ceremony where he received ISNA’s “Outstanding Ambassadors of Islam” award.
Khan’s radical company is at odds with his calls for Muslims domestically in Western societies to assimilate and confront jihadist ideologies while immigrant vetting should keep out dangerous individuals. “Muslims bear the main burden of eradicating this menace from the United States,” and “there should be the strictest standards to scrutinize” entry into the United States. “All patriots are for very strong immigration policy,” the “processing of these folks that come into this country…needs to be enhanced and needs to be made even stronger.”
Yet Khan has lambasted Trump’s temporary travel restrictions on mostly Muslim-majority countries as “internationally illegal” and “unconstitutional.” Khan has called for the United Kingdom to ban Trump from a state visit in retaliation for this policy that “is only to appease his small number of racist base” and “Islamophobes.” He has falsely predicted that the Supreme Court’s “Muslim ban decision” supporting Trump will become as infamous as the Dred Scott case upholding slavery and the court’s World War II affirmation of Japanese-American internment.
Khan in general has expressed liberal immigration views, like his statement to the 2016 DNC that “we cannot solve our problems by building walls” and his belief that “mankind is becoming one community.” “Our forefathers wanted more immigrants because they knew immigrants bring prosperity, hard work,” he has said while citing the Declaration of Independence. One grievance here against King George III is that he “has endeavoured to prevent the population of these States; for that purpose obstructing the Laws for Naturalization of Foreigners.”
Khan’s compelling personal narrative cannot gloss over his suspect views and associations. After rising to prominence on the basis of his son’s tragic sacrifice, the elder Khan, perhaps because of naiveté and wishful thinking concerning his faith, has actually abetted ideological fellow travelers of his son’s killers. Precisely Humayun’s last full measure of devotion sets a contrary example of vigilance for Americans to follow.


"Notwithstanding his war-hero son’s genuinely patriotic example, Khizr M. Khan has published papers supporting the supremacy of Islamic law over “man-made” Western law — including the very Constitution he championed in his Democratic National Convention speech attacking GOP presidential nod Donald Trump."


"Qatar is an important friend and partner, and Trump is a moron," Dana Shell Smith tweeted.

Harris has a much bigger problem than some Russian bots

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Daniel Greenfield, a Shillman Journalism Fellow at the Freedom Center, is an investigative journalist and writer focusing on the radical Left and Islamic terrorism.
The biggest split in foreign policy circles isn’t over Iran or Israel. Virtually all foreign policy professionals oppose Israel and support some sort of arrangement with Iran. The real split is over Qatar.
The tiny Islamist country is both a major state sponsor of terrorist groups, especially those aligned with the Muslim Brotherhood, and has wormed its way deep into the political establishment in this country. Qatar’s dark side aligns it with Hamas, Iran and Al Qaeda on one side, and the Brookings Institute, the Washington Post, and D.C. lobbyists on the other. Its hackers target political opponents in the United States and feed the results to major media outletsAl Jazeera, its propaganda outlet, spans the two worlds, that of the Islamists working to seize power and of Democrat activists in the United States.
Qatar enjoyed unprecedented access and influence in the Obama era. The Arab Spring brought many of its Brotherhood allies to power across the region before Saudi countercoups helped topple them. The struggle between Qatar, Turkey and Iran, and the Saudi-UAE coalition, has rippled through the media and the D.C. political establishment with flash points such as Yemen, Iran, and Jamal Khashoggi.
While the Senate, including much of the GOP, is Qatari territory, President Trump has been skeptical of the Islamic terror state. But the White House is up for grabs in 2020. Last month, Biden refunded a donation from a Qatari lobbyist. The Dem front runner though has been critical of Qatar (along with Turkey, the Saudis and the UAE) for funding Islamic terrorists and may not be a good bet.
Senator Kamala Harris, the politician breathing down Biden’s neck, is a very different story. One of her foreign policy advisors is Dana Shell Smith (pictured above), who had served as Obama's ambassador to Qatar.
Dana Shell Smith resigned her position after she implicitly attacked President Trump over the Comey firing and split from the White House over its criticism of Qatar. While the former ambassador’s tweets at the time were understated, a year later, she made her position abundantly clear.
"Qatar is an important friend and partner, and Trump is a moron," Dana Shell Smith tweeted.
Ambassadors represent United States interests in foreign countries, but Smith’s continued advocacy for Qatar, in and out of her post, raised questions about whom she was representing. When the Hudson Institute and the Foundation for Defense of Democracies convened a conference on Qatar and the Brotherhood, Smith allegedly contacted participants urging them to tone down criticism of Qatar.
“How naive I was to think that the conference participants and organizers might take into account a factual, balanced briefing from the sitting American Ambassador to Qatar,” she complained last year.
The complaint was packaged with a media hit piece attacking the conference utilizing the emails of an American hacked by Qatar. An investigation later showed that the reporter behind the piece had repeatedly spoken with a registered foreign agent for Qatar. The foreign agent has been accused by Elliot Broidy, a former RNC official victimized by the email hacks, of distributing them to the media.
While the Qatari hacks of Americans had allegedly been carried out by former intel operatives, next year it was Smith’s turn to act outraged when the UAE allegedly hacked Al Jazeera.
Dana Shell Smith, who not only hadn’t objected to Qatari hacks of Americans but had promoted a hit piece based on the stolen emails, demanded action when Qatari allies were on the receiving end. The former ambassador insisted that the government needed to stop Americans from hacking Qatar.
“Folks with these skill sets should not be able to knowingly or unknowingly undermine U.S. interests or contradict U.S. values,” Smith claimed.
She did not explain what American interests or values were undermined by hacking Osama bin Laden’s and the Muslim Brotherhood’s favorite jihadist propaganda network.
After stepping down, Dana Shell Smith became the CEO of Decibel Strategy. The “international strategy firm”, which appears to be run out of a house in Arlington, Virginia, has no information about it online except that it was founded to “advance business and professional ties between the United States and the Middle East.” There is no mention of who Decibel’s clients are and in which countries it operates.
Those are questions that should be answered now that Smith is advising Senator Kamala Harris.
Even as Smith is advising a 2020 candidate, she has continued spreading and promoting Qatari propaganda. Sample tweets included, “So happy to see @maddow covering the Gulf blockade and the characters who attempted to turn our government against an essential partner in the region.”
There had been questions about whom Dana Shell Smith had been representing all along. As ambassador, her article on the Islamic state sponsor of terror reads like Qatari propaganda.
Smith uncritically praised Qatar's tyrant. She touted its "highest per capita income" while refusing to mention the fact that it is dependent on a foreign slave labor force with less human rights than animals do in some countries.
"Our interests, bilaterally and regionally, have never aligned more closely," Smith claimed, even as the Islamic terror state was deeply engaged in backing Islamic terrorists across the troubled region.
Instead of a briefing, the ambassador's article utilized euphemisms that whitewashed Qatar's terror role.
Dana Shell Smith described Qatar's Islamist coups as an "assertive, independent foreign policy", and the resulting clashes as the Islamic terror state being "at odds with friends in the region and western governments, some of which disapproved of Doha’s perceived preference for working with Islamic opposition movements in places like Egypt, the Palestinian Territories, Libya, and Tunisia."
Blink and you miss a defense of Qatar's backing for Hamas.
Dana Shell Smith could have presented arguments in favor of Qatar's policies, but instead her article reads like Qatari PR that reframes problems as fuzzy euphemisms without ever addressing the issues.
Smith likewise reframes Qatar’s backing for the Muslim Brotherhood and other Islamist groups as a plan to “embrace and include moderate Islamic voices in the governance of their respective countries.” Qatar’s role as a backchannel to jihadists is reframed as “the Emir’s perspective is unique among Middle Eastern leaders and makes Qatar an important conduit to key opposition groups in the region.”
This is Qatar’s agenda filtered through American PR.
There are serious questions to be asked and answered about Qatar’s influence in Washington D.C.
Qatar has been responsible for the rise of violence and instability across the region, for corrupting American political and media figures, and for hacking American political figures in order to influence our political process. These actions represent a far graver collusion threat than Russian bots on Facebook.
Especially considering Qatar’s links to the Islamic terrorists responsible for the murders of countless Americans. Including the thousands dead on September 11, in Afghanistan and across the Middle East.
As long as Senator Kamala Harris is being advised by Smith, those questions should be directed to her.

Qatar: Small, but dangerous

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Qatar has supported terrorism in Iraq, Syria, Yemen, Libya, Tunisia and Egypt, and has spent huge amounts of money in support and funding of jihad groups and terrorist activities in Europe and elsewhere in the West. Qatar has supported jihad terrorism in order to gain a foothold in some Arab and regional countries, so as to counterbalance its small size and relative weakness, as well as its lack of any political or military weight in the Middle East. Indeed, Qatar has succeeded in penetrating some countries by means of terrorism and aiding in the formation of armed terrorist groups such as al Qaeda in Syria and Iraq, destabilizing security. Qataris also purchase political power and influence, furthering the Qatari dream of being a regional power, or at least giving the illusion of being one.
The main supporter of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt was Qatar. The resounding fall of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt and the insistence of the Egyptian people on getting rid of the Muslim Brotherhood regime has had a great impact on the psyche of the Qatari regime. This, in turn, has had a very negative effect on Qatar’s policies towards Egypt and other Arab countries that have rejected the Muslim Brotherhood’s terrorism, and who have also worked to eradicate it from that region and the world.
Qatar’s support for jihad terrorism became a political ideology that seeped into Qatari military, security, diplomatic and even charitable institutions. This has led to an unprecedented increase in the spread of jihad terrorism in the region, accompanied by the emergence of many jihad terrorist groups under the support of Qatar, which provides them with funds and weapons. This has prompted other Arab countries to boycott Qatar in order to stop its terrorist activities, which have violated the security and stability of the region.
Qatar-funded Muslim Brotherhood activities in Europe, meanwhile, have promoted Europe’s Islamization. Qatar’s solidarity with Iran and its coordination with the Islamic Revolutionary Guards (which is designated as a terrorist organization by the United States), the Quds Force, and the Iranian intelligence have worked to undermine the security and stability of the neighboring Arab countries in particular, and that of the entire world. Qatar’s activities in support of terrorism in the Gulf region and worldwide continue.
Qatar also supports the activities of notorious anti-West activists Linda Sarsour and Ilhan Omar, for example, and in an attempt to exploit poor youth, it recruits them for terrorist organizations such as the Houthis in Yemen, Hezbollah, and Iraqi sectarian jihadist militias, as well as for the remnants of the Islamic State (ISIS), in order to destabilize national security, especially in Egypt and Saudi Arabia, in retaliation for isolating Qatar and its ally, the Muslim Brotherhood. Qatar has hampered progress and development in the Arab anti-Muslim Brotherhood countries by targeting security and stability, striking at their relations with the world, and trying to target their interests and investments. This has become one of the main reasons for Qatar’s support for jihad terrorism.
Qatar has become an ally to Iran and its proxies, as well as of Erdogan’s Turkey and the Muslim Brotherhood. Qatar has become a tool of Iranian terrorism and Turkish interventions, and a financial tool for Turkey’s proxies in Europe. Because of its alliances with Iran and Turkey, it has now become a dangerous security risk for Arabic countries and the world in general.
Why is Qatar important to the United States? Simply because of Al Udeid Air Base, which is one of the most important US bases in the world. It is used by other US allies for military operations, such as the United Kingdom and Australia during the Gulf Wars and operations in Syria. Qatar is a tiny, rich state which pays for US lobbyists and US politicians to influence some of the policies of the US. For example: “Qatar has spent $16.3 million lobbying the U.S. in 2017, compared to $4.2 million in 2016, in an attempt to lobby about 250 people who can influence President Trump’s foreign policy.”
Qatar. Small, but dangerous.


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A petition has been launched after the popular marketplace site Amazon pulled a number of books on leaving homosexuality — some that could be considered “conversion therapy” books and others that were simply writings from those who were delivered from homosexuality by the power of Jesus Christ.
Among the books that no longer come up in a search on the site or are listed as being “not currently available for purchase” are “Restoring Sexual Identity: Hope for Women Who Struggle with Same-Sex Attraction” by Anne Paulk; “Desires in Conflict: Hope for Men Who Struggle with Sexual Identity” by Joe Dallas; “Orientation and Choice: One Man’s Sexual Journey” by David A Robinson; and “Growth into Manhood: Resuming the Journey” by Alan Medinger.
A description of the Paulk book obtained from another site states in part, “Does becoming a Christian eliminate all desire for members of the same sex? What support is available for women who struggle with lesbianism? Can a woman be a lesbian and a Christian at the same time? How does childhood sexual abuse relate to the development of lesbianism?”
“The desire to love God vs. the desire to be loved in a way God prohibits,” the description for Dallas’ book reads. “You won’t find any quick fixes in this book. What you will find is effective help for restoring sexual wholeness and moving ahead in your Christian life.”
According to reports, a man named Rojo Alan from the U.K. wrote to Amazon repeatedly to urge them to remove books by Joseph Nicolosi, a Catholic psychologist who died in 2017. Nicolosi’s books include “A Parent’s Guide to Preventing Homosexuality”; “Healing Homosexuality: Case Stories of Reparative Therapy” and “Reparative Therapy of Male Homosexuality: A New Clinical Approach.”
“These were books that were lying to parents on how they could cure their children from being gay or trans. It’s lying because it’s actually just a form of abuse,” Alan told the Gay Star News. “The books went into ways in which you can mentally and physically abuse your child.”
It is not clear whether Alan’s communication influenced Amazon to remove the other books, but an organization called Voice for the Voiceless is now speaking about against the deletion of even personal testimonies and religious content, calling it “tantamount to religious discrimination and discrimination based on sexual orientation.”
“We exist. Do not erase our community,” Daren Mehl, president of Voice of the Voiceless, said in a statement provided to Christian News Network. “Jesus is alive and does wonderful works in our lives. Desires change. Sexual orientation changes. It is not immutable.”
As of press time, the petition had generated over 9,900 signatures.
Author Joe Dallas told The Christian Post that he believes the removals are a precursor of what is to come.
“Amazon’s decision is no surprise since today’s culture is caving to the goals of the LGBTQ political movement, which have always included the silencing [of] any disapproval of homosexuality,” he said.
“It would be awfully naive to think it will stop here,” Dallas continued. “First, the LGBTQ movement will convince the culture that telling homosexuals they can change is dangerous. Then they’ll convince the culture that calling homosexuality a sin is dangerous. Then the government will tell the pastors of America what they can or cannot say on this subject, and the culture will approve.”
As previously reported, while a common theme among homosexual advocates is that they were “born this way,” the Bible teaches that all men are in the same predicament: all are born with the Adamic sin nature, having various inherent inclinations that are contrary to the law of God and being utterly incapable of changing by themselves.
It is why Jesus outlined in John 3:5-7 that men must be regenerated by the second birth, or they cannot see the kingdom of Heaven.
“Jesus answered and said unto him, ‘Verily, verily, I say unto thee, except a man be born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God.’
Nicodemus saith unto him, ‘How can a man be born when he is old? Can he enter the second time into his mother’s womb and be born?’
Jesus answered, ‘Verily, verily, I say unto thee, except a man be born of water and of the Spirit, he cannot enter into the kingdom of God. That which is born of the flesh is flesh; and that which is born of the Spirit is spirit. Marvel not that I said unto thee, ‘Ye must be born again.’”
The gospel’s message, as stated in Matthew 1:21 and numerous other verses, is that “He (Jesus) shall save His people from their sins.” The Bible also explains in regard to the work of regeneration, “A new heart also will I give you, and a new spirit will I put within you, and I will take away the stony heart out of your flesh, and I will give you an heart of flesh. And I will put My Spirit within you, and cause you to walk in My statutes, and ye shall keep my judgments, and do them.”
In Mark 1:15, Jesus declared, “The time is fulfilled, and the kingdom of God is at hand. Repent ye, and believe the gospel.”


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Globalists have claimed that “Muslims will be instrumental in saving the continent’s aging population.” The problem of low birth rates combined with an aging population in Europe is undoubtedly a dilemma, one that divides Western “populists” from “globalists” in finding solutions. Hungary’s Viktor Orbán has long rejected the Islamization of his country, and has supported efforts to resist Muslim migration and EU quotas among fellow members of the Visegrad group (Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary). Orbán has remained steadfast in protecting the Christian heritage of Hungary and has made no apologies for it. Despite being called “racist,” the country has also donated millions to help foreign persecuted Christians and victims of Jihad, while populist governments have ignored persecuted Christians. An Iranian Christian actress facing deportation from Sweden to Iran was also offered asylum by Hungary. Orbán has stated that most Muslim refugees who come to Europe are economic migrants, and “they shouldn’t be considered refugees so much as ‘Muslim invaders.‘”
Now Viktor Orbán is on a new venture to protect the Christian heritage of Hungary, and more broadly, the EU.  He has met with “Estonian interior minister Mart Helme….to forge new alliances between Hungary and the Baltic states on migration and conservative policies. The talks occurred in Budapest and saw the Hungarian leader and Mr Helme….agree that protecting Christian culture and supporting effective control of the European Union external borders were priorities.”
The new alliances provide a hope of a EU of rescue from Islamization. Also discussed was support for families to address the problem of low birth rates. “Hungary released its ‘Budget of Families’ last month that will see large increases in spending for the Family Protection Action Plan” — an initiative that would extend loan programs to help families with at least two children to buy homes, and families with over four children will pay no income tax for life.
Despite the woeful failure of mass Muslim migration that has brought havoc to the EU — from mass rapes and barbaric cultural practices to jihad attacks and no-go zones — globalists continue on their campaign to bring in even more Muslim migrants from the Middle East and Africa.
“Orbán Looks to Alliance on Migration, Christian Values with Baltic States,” by Chris Tomlinson, Breitbart, June 10, 2019:
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán met with Estonian interior minister Mart Helme this week to forge new alliances between Hungary and the Baltic states on migration and conservative policies.
The talks occurred in Budapest and saw the Hungarian leader and Mr Helme, who also serves as deputy prime minister in Estonia, agree that protecting Christian culture and supporting effective control of the European Union external borders were priorities, Hungarian broadcaster MTVA reports.
Bertalan Havasi, press chief for Prime Minister Orbán, said that Helme, a member of Estonia’s Conservative People’s Party, had praised the cooperation of the Visegrad Group (V4), a bloc which includes Hungary, Poland, Slovakia, and the Czech Republic, stating that the V4 was an example of promoting important European values.
Havasi also said that Helme agreed with Orbán that migration should not be the answer to demographic challenges, stating that European families should receive more support in order to combat the trend of declining birthrates.
Hungary released its “Budget of Families” last month that will see large increases in spending for the Family Protection Action Plan.
A spokesman from the Hungarian government told Breitbart London in June: “What we need is not numbers, but Hungarian children: we’re not seeking to sustain an economic system, but Hungary, the Hungarian nation and Hungarian history; we want to encourage the continuation of our families for several generations.”
Deputy Prime Minister Helme also said that another goal of his trip was to forge new alliances and better cooperation, not only between Estonia and Hungary but between the Visegrad states and the Baltic states as well…..


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Daniel Greenfield has revealed that Izmir Koch is a Turkish Muslim, hailed along with his two brothers by the Dayton Daily News in 2014: “They’re paying taxes on the property and created jobs for the area right here.” But they also brought crime. Greenfield notes, among other things, that “Izmir had already been facing two counts of felonious assault, one involving a deadly weapon, from 2016.”

And it looks as if Izmir Koch also brought his Islamic Jew-hatred to Ohio. The Qur’an depicts the Jews as inveterately evil and bent on destroying the well-being of the Muslims. They are the strongest of all people in enmity toward the Muslims (5:82); they fabricate things and falsely ascribe them to Allah (2:79; 3:75, 3:181); they claim that Allah’s power is limited (5:64); they love to listen to lies (5:41); they disobey Allah and never observe his commands (5:13). They are disputing and quarreling (2:247); hiding the truth and misleading people (3:78); staging rebellion against the prophets and rejecting their guidance (2:55); being hypocritical (2:14, 2:44); giving preference to their own interests over the teachings of Muhammad (2:87); wishing evil for people and trying to mislead them (2:109); feeling pain when others are happy or fortunate (3:120); being arrogant about their being Allah’s beloved people (5:18); devouring people’s wealth by subterfuge (4:161); slandering the true religion and being cursed by Allah (4:46); killing the prophets (2:61); being merciless and heartless (2:74); never keeping their promises or fulfilling their words (2:100); being unrestrained in committing sins (5:79); being cowardly (59:13-14); being miserly (4:53); being transformed into apes and pigs for breaking the Sabbath (2:63-65; 5:59-60; 7:166); and more. They are under Allah’s curse (9:30), and Muslims should wage war against them and subjugate them under Islamic hegemony (9:29).

Is Cincinnati diverse enough yet?
“Man gets 30 months in prison for ‘hate-fueled’ attack on victim he thought was Jewish,” by Cameron Knight, Cincinnati Enquirer, July 9, 2019:
A Huber Heights man who beat up a man he believed was Jewish outside a Cincinnati restaurant in 2017 was sentenced Tuesday to two and half years in prison.
Izmir Koch, 34, was outside the restaurant on Feb. 4, 2017 yelling “I want to kill all of the Jews” and “I want to stab the Jews,” according to prosecutors.
After a man who had stepped outside the restaurant to smoke a cigarette said he was Jewish, Koch and his companions attacked him, court documents state.
Prosecutors said the victim suffered a broken facial bone and bruised ribs.
He was also not Jewish, but had friends and family who were, officials said….


Failed Female Suicide Bomber: "I don't want a fun life on Earth, I only want to satisfy Allah"

“Our goal is to spread Islam to all”

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A Palestinian woman who decided to become a suicide bomber for Hamas explains that she did so because she had no interest in living life on Earth and only wanted to “satisfy Allah”.
In the clip, a young woman called Saura says that she chose to become a “martyr….because I prefer the afterlife, near Allah”.
“I don’t like life on Earth, my only reward is Allah, because I know I’ll go to paradise,” she added.
She goes on to say that she is not interested in a “fun life on earth” and “only wants to satisfy Allah”.
“If I give myself to God and Islam’s pride heaven will be my reward,” asserts Saura.
Another failed Hamas terrorist, Samina Ahmad Ahim, explains, “It is written in the Koran and the Hadith,” and that being the parent of a suicide bomber is “the biggest reward” and “a big honor for the family”.
Another Hamas member called Elham who helped plan a suicide bombing states, “We don’t only fight against occupation, our goal is to spread Islam to all, everywhere”.
Hamas has been responsible for around 26% of all Palestinian suicide attacks since 1989, atrocities that have claimed hundreds of lives.
All of this obviously has #NothingToDoWithIslam.