Jim Searcy on Islam

Dear Friends –

I would not recommend anyone waste precious time reading the Quran, aka Koran. However, I want to share some important points of interest about the Koran and its teachings, particularly how it appears to be a product of Vatican Roma. Being sent to the Middle East a month before 911, to be a Muslim hunter for Jesus, it was essential that I know what the Koran says for witnessing to them. First let me give you just a brief point of America’s early history in dealing with the Muslims. Here also are five very helpful audio files in understanding the satanic religion of Islam:






In his speech in Cairo, Egypt [a few years back], the Jihadist-in-Chief, Barack Hussein Obama, noted that in the Treaty of Tripoli (1797), Morocco was the first nation to recognize the newly established United States. That is so historically incorrect as to be ridiculous. As expected, the Jihadist-in-Chief, Obama, also neglected to describe the interesting background of the Treaty of Tripoli, which has implications for 21st century dealings between Muslim nations and the West TODAY.

In the late 18th century, piracy was one of the many risks associated with foreign trade. After gaining independence, American shipping was no longer protected by the powerful British fleet. Many American ships fell victim to the Barbary pirates of North Africa, who stole goods and sold seamen and passengers into slavery. Agreements were reached between the United States and rulers of the Barbary Coast in which in exchange for cash payments, the rulers pledged to guarantee the safe passage of American ships and to put a stop to the practice of maritime kidnapping. Before signing the treaty, the Pasha of Tripoli demanded and received a payment of “forty thousand Spanish dollars, thirteen gold watches, silver & pinsbach, five rings, of which three of diamonds, one of saphire and one with a watch in it, One hundred & forty piques of cloth, and four caftans of brocade, and these on account of the peace concluded with the Americans”.

Indeed, Article 10 of the Treaty explicitly states “The money and presents demanded by the Bey of Tripoli, as a full and satisfactory consideration on his part, and on the part of his subjects, for this treaty of perpetual peace and friendship, are acknowledged to have been received by him previous to his signing the same, according to a receipt which is hereto annexed, except such as part as is promised, on the part of the United States, to be delivered and paid by them on the arrival of their Consul in Tripoli; of which part a note is likewise hereto annexed. And no pretense of any periodical tribute of further payments is ever to be made by either party”.

However, the amount of goods stipulated in the treaty was still deemed insufficient according to the Pasha of Tripoli and an additional $18,000 dollars had to be paid by the American Consul upon his arrival in April, 1799. It was not until this final payment was made that the Pasha recognized the Treaty as official.

In 1801, the Pasha demanded an additional $225,000 from the new Jefferson administration, which unlike the previous Adams administration, refused to pay any additional amount.

Consequently, in May 1801, the Pasha declared war on the United States. Algiers and Tunis soon followed their ally in Tripoli. In response, Jefferson sent a fleet to defend American interests in the Mediterranean including the USS Constitution, famously known as “Old Ironsides,” berthed until today in Boston Harbor. The USS Constitution supported the landing of Marines “on the shores of Tripoli ” in an action that was subsequently immortalized in the Marine Corps Hymn. The Americans destroyed the harbor that served as the headquarters for the pirates and the Pasha signed a Treaty, which effectively ended the First Barbary War.

Michael Oren, Israel’s Ambassador to the Unites Sates, gives more about this history leading up to the 1797 Treaty in his book – Power, Faith, and Fantasy, a study of relations between the United States and the Middle East since 1776. He describes a meeting held in Paris several years before the Treaty was signed, attended by Thomas Jefferson and John Adams who met with a representative of the Bey of Tripoli in an attempt to resolve the piracy problem. The Emissary repeated his demand for one million dollars and further declared It was…written in the Koran that all nations who should not have acknowledged their [the Muslims] authority were sinners, that it was their right and duty to make war upon whoever they could find and make slaves of all they could take as prisoners, and that every Muslim man who should be slain in battle was sure to go to Paradise.

George Washington’s attitude toward the Barbary blackmail was expressed in a statement made to Lafayette “Would to Heaven we had a navy to reform those enemies to mankind or crush them into nonexistence”. He was also recorded as having said that “he felt the highest disgrace” in seeing America “become tributary to such banditti who might for half the sum that is paid them be exterminated from the earth.”

Those with some knowledge of American history can appreciate the fact that Obama’s reference to the Tripoli Treaty is more appropriate to today’s situation than most people realize – including, perhaps, the Jihadist-in-Chief, Obama, himself. One can only hope that determination like Jefferson, in the face of piracy and financial blackmail, will serve as a model for the way to deal today with terrorism and nuclear blackmail.

Every Muslim believes that Jesus Christ is NOT God. Muslims believe that ONLY Allah was God. Muslims do not believe that Allah ever got married, so no sons for Allah. Muslims preach that Jesus Christ is NOT God. Who is Jesus? Muslims might ask their teacher Who is Jesus? The preacher or teacher of Islam would always preach and teach that Jesus is NOT God. It really is a great question to ask the Muslim – Who is Jesus? Try to challenge the Muslim to read the whole Koran to see the 27 times the Koran speaks about Isa, or Jesus. There are 114 Suras or Chapters and 6666 verses in the Koran, with The Immunity Sura, Sura 9, being the LAST Sura given.

The name of the Prophet Mohammad is found 5 times, but the name Isa, or Jesus is found 27 times in the Koran. That itself is very confusing to the Muslim – Why does the Koran give more preference to Jesus? There does not appear to be any mention of any woman’s name in the Koran other than Marium, which the Koran says is BOTH mother of Isa, Jesus, and sister of Musa, Moses, two women separated by more than 1500 years of time. Marium the mother of Isa the sister of Musa? come on Koran? Mohammad’s mothers name, wife’s name, daughter’s name, are NOT found in the Koran. There is only one woman’s name Marium, the mother of Jesus. No other woman’s name. The Koran has Sura or Chapter 3 about the family of Marium and Chapter 19 is titled Marium. Marium is mentioned 32 times in the Koran. A good question for the Muslim is why the Koran says all these things about Marium?

It was back in 529 AD, not really that long before Vatican Roma put Mohammad in the religion business, that Vatican Roma first began teachings that Mary was without Original Sin and SINLESS, finally culminating In the Immaculate Conception official dogma in 1854, a blatant contradiction of THE Gospel, and even making Jesus to be a liar.

1 John 4:3 And every spirit that confesseth not that Jesus Christ IS come in the flesh is not of God: and this is that spirit of antichrist, whereof ye have heard that it should come; and even now already is it in the world.

John 14:30 Hereafter I will not talk much with you: for the prince of this world cometh, and hath nothing in me.

Luke 1:47 (Where Mary said) – And my spirit hath rejoiced in God my Saviour.

1 Tim. 2:5 For there is one God, and one mediator between God and men, the man Christ Jesus;

The Koran says that Mary was born without original sin, and she never committed any sin in her life, that she was ever virgin, contradicting the Scriptures and The Gospel. That was VERY EXCLUSIVE Vatican Roma Doctrine before Vatican Roma put Mohammad in the Religion business to do the Vatican’s dirty work, to KILL PEOPLE OF THE BOOK. Another such Roman Catholic doctrine without any biblical support is expressed in the Koran in Chapter 50 verse 23 that Mary went to heaven with her physical body. Yes, the private exclusive Vatican doctrine of the Assumption is written in the Koran. In the Marium Sura, or Chapter 3 verses 45-55, there are 10 points the Koran makes about Jesus. There an Arabic word is given which means Isa, Jesus, is the “Word of God.” The second is an Arabic phrase meaning “The Spirit of God.” Third, the Koran calls Jesus Christ, “the Messiah.” The Koran gives the names of Jesus to be the “Word of God, Spirit of God, Jesus Christ, and the Messiah”. The Koran says Jesus Christ spoke when he was very small, another ancient Vatican Roma fable, like 2 days old, after his birth. He began to speak. The Koran says that Jesus created a live bird with mud, and when He breathed into it, it became a live bird. He gave life to mud, clay, Jesus can give life. The Koran says that Jesus cured a man that was born blind and a man with leprosy. The Koran says that Jesus gave life to dead people, and Jesus went to heaven, that He is still alive and He will come again.

When these things are shown from the Koran to Muslims compared with what the Koran says about Mohammad they are shocked. According to the Koran, Prophet Mohammad is NOT the Word of God, NOT the Spirit of God, he never spoke when he was 2 days old, never created any bird with mud, never cured any sick people, never raised any dead people, Mohammad himself died, and according to Islam is NOT alive, and he will NOT come back. The Koran shows stunning difference between the Prophet Mohammad and the Prophet Jesus. Based only on the Koran one would be forced to conclude Jesus is a Prophet greater than Mohammad.

Is the Word of God Creator or creation? That is a Great question for Muslims. The Koran says Jesus is the “Word of God”. If the Word of God is Creator and not creation, and the Koran says so, then the Muslim must become a Christian.

However, like everything else in the Koran, that can be abrogated away. EXCEPT FOR THE LAST SURA, Number 9. Everything abrogates to Sura 9 and nothing in Sura 9 can be abrogated away from, because it is the LAST Sura. Clearly we see that Vatican Roma put Mohammad in the religion business to do its dirty work

And in nothing terrified by your adversaries: which is to them an evident token of perdition, but to you of salvation, and that of God. But ye, brethren, are not in darkness, that that day should overtake you as a thief. Ye are all the children of light, and the children of the day: we are not of the night, nor of darkness. For the great day of his wrath is come; and who shall be able to stand?

Pray for the Peace of Jerusalem. Pray Psalm 83 every day. Only be very strong and of good courage. Stay IN the Word.

February, 2015, from Chittim, Isa. 23:1,

Shalom & Simcha,
Jim Searcy


Google Has A Creepy Secret Page That Tracks Your (Online & Offline) Shopping History

Authored by Dagny Taggart via The Organic Prepper blog,

Google is very interested in your shopping habits – so much that the tech giant is collecting and saving your purchase history.

The company has been quietly keeping track of your online (and sometimes, offline) purchases for years, according to a recent report from CNBC.

In that report, writer Todd Haselton explains that he was looking around in his Google account and found something alarming:

A page called “Purchases ” shows an accurate list of many — though not all — of the things I’ve bought dating back to at least 2012. I made these purchases using online services or apps such as Amazon, DoorDash or Seamless, or in stores such as Macy’s, but never directly through Google.

But because the digital receipts went to my Gmail account, Google has a list of info about my buying habits.

Google even knows about things I long forgot I’d purchased, like dress shoes I bought inside a Macy’s store on Sept. 14, 2015. It also knows:

  • I ordered a Philly cheesesteak on a hoagie roll with Cheez Whiz and banana peppers on Jan. 14, 2016.
  • I reloaded my Starbucks card in November 2014.
  • I bought a new Kindle on Dec. 18, 2013, from Amazon.
  • I bought “Solo: A Star Wars Story” from iTunes on Sept. 14, 2018.

And so on. (source)

I decided to check my own Purchases page to see what kind of data Google has been collecting there and found this:

My purchase history goes back to October 2014 (!) but I decided not to share it all here in the interest of saving space (and sparing myself some embarrassment). I blacked out three personal items for, well, privacy reasons – as if privacy is even a thing these days.

I don’t shop online very often, I rarely opt-in to receiving email receipts, and I usually pay with cash when I shop or go out to eat, so I suspect that is why there isn’t much in my purchase history. Nonetheless, I find this disturbing, as someone who is becoming increasingly annoyed by the growing barrage of privacy invasions we all face.

For some, however, Google’s collection of purchase data could be quite embarrassing, as Bryan Clark explains in an article for TNW:

My girlfriend’s purchase history is a lot more interesting — our Amazon account is linked to her Gmail address. It’s there that Google could potentially find some intimate details, if it so chose. Not in our case, of course, as we’re both supremely boring individuals. But generally speaking this purchase data could reveal a lot about a person. It could point to an affair, for example (hotel receipts, clothing or gifts never given to a spouse), or let the cat out of the bag on an unannounced pregnancy. Google’s ledger, and the data within it, could track everything from mental illness to a woman’s menstrual cycle, all based on purchase data. (source)

If you’d like to see your own Purchases page, go here: http://myaccount.google.com/purchases.

Google won’t say why it is collecting purchase data or how long it has been doing so.

Google claims to care a great deal about privacy (ironically, at the top of the Purchases page, there is a note that says “Only you can see your purchases. Google protects your privacy and security. Find out more“), but the company sure is collecting an awful lot of data on folks, and is being pretty damn secretive about it.

CNBC reached out to Google to ask about purchase tracking. Here’s what a spokesperson told them:

“To help you easily view and keep track of your purchases, bookings and subscriptions in one place, we’ve created a private destination that can only be seen by you. You can delete this information at any time. We don’t use any information from your Gmail messages to serve you ads, and that includes the email receipts and confirmations shown on the Purchase page.” (source)

How long has Google been collecting purchase data? I can’t find an exact answer to that question, but it appears to be at least 9 years. In an article for The Verge, Nick Statt wrote:

Because I made my Gmail account nearly a decade ago, my purchase history stretches back as far as 2010, including purchases I made while I was a college student and those through Apple’s App Store, which has been linked to my Gmail account since its inception. It also includes some real-world transactions made using my credit card, thanks to point-of-sale software providers like Square and others that link your credit card number and name to an associated email account to deliver receipts, offer rewards programs, and, in some cases, collect valuable purchase data. (source)

Clark makes some additional (and disturbing) points:

Google has also proven unwilling to tell us how long this feature has existed, or why it’s logging offline purchases using certain point-of-sale terminals, like Square — meaning, it’s not just tracking purchases made online — but not others.

Before we jump to conclusions, however, it’s important to note that Google said back in 2017 that it would stop using collected Gmail data to serve personalized advertisements to its users. What’s troubling though, is that it might no longer need to. A 2018 Bloomberg report revealed that Google and Mastercard had reached a deal that would pay the latter millions for coughing up purchase data on its card holders. Google itself claims to have access to the purchase data of “approximately 70 percent” of US credit or debit card holders.

Regardless of how Google is using the data, if it’s using the data, the idea that this kind of ledger exists should be enough to give shoppers pause. (source)

Google says it doesn’t use your Gmail to show you ads and promises it “does not sell your personal information, which includes your Gmail and Google Account information,” and does “not share your personal information with advertisers, unless you have asked us to.”

Why, then, is the company collecting all this data?

Google wants us to believe this purchase tracking feature is for our benefit if we are to believe the explanation the company spokesperson provided to CNBC.

I am not buying it. Are you? If the company is providing this feature as a benefit to Google users, why not notify us that it exists?

We have plenty of reasons to distrust Google with our private data.

Google doesn’t exactly have a reputation for being upfront about data mining, as Statt points out:

This particular tool is not outright nefarious in an obvious way, but it does highlight Google’s struggle to transparently communicate its privacy policies and ad-tracking methods as Silicon Valley at large grapples with a more sensitive atmosphere around data privacy and security. The idea that this tool, and the technology to collect and present the data it provides, has existed quietly without a majority of Gmail users aware it exists echoes similar issues Google has faced over the last few years.

Those include a controversy over third-party app developers pulling data from the contents of Gmail messages, an auto-login feature for Chrome that would sync web browsing with your Gmail account, and reports that Google supplemented its ad-targeting tools with Mastercard purchase history data to provide advertisers a link between online ad impressions and real-world purchases. All of these situations contribute to a common theme: Google offers users a compromise that involves trading products and web services in exchange for data that the company will collect through a variety of means you may not know about and have little to no control over. That data is then used to help Google target ads, a division of its business that’s largely responsible for it becoming one of the most valuable corporations on Earth. (source)

Earlier this year, it was revealed that Google’s Nest Secure home security and alarm system has an embedded microphone system that the company conveniently failed to disclose to users. And, late last year, it was revealed that the Google app tracks users and sells their information.

Cybersecurity experts are expressing concern over the data collection.

David Shipley, CEO of Beauceron Security, told CBC he has three worries when it comes to Google tracking purchases: consent, the potential for abuse, and the amount of power that tech companies continue to collect:

“When people signed up for GMail years ago, Google never said that someday they’re going to do a super-creepy project where they’re going to collect all your receipts,” Shipley said.

Shipley said people should have been able to choose whether they wanted Google to collect their purchasing information in the first place.

“That’s the core of privacy and maintaining our digital rights online.”

He said the feature threatens people’s right to privacy online and offers an easy way for people to take advantage of others online.

“From an attackers standpoint, if they can hack into your GMail account, they now know where you buy from, and so they can now send scams and targeted attacks specifically to products and services you bought in the past,” Shipley said to CBC’s Shift.

“It is, from an information, privacy and control standpoint, absolutely staggering to realize just how far into everyone’s life Google reaches … If you’re using the web, you’re touching Google at some point in your day.” (source)

It is very difficult to delete your purchase history.

Haselton tried to delete his purchase history and had no luck:

But there isn’t an easy way to remove all of this. You can delete all the receipts in your Gmail inbox and archived messages. But, if you’re like me, you might save receipts in Gmail in case you need them later for returns. There is no way to delete them from Purchases without also deleting them from Gmail — when you click on the “Delete” option in Purchases, it simply guides you back to the Gmail message.

Google’s privacy page says that only you can view your purchases. But it says “Information aboutyour orders may also be saved with your activity in other Google services ” and that you can see and delete this information on a separate “My Activity” page.

Except you can’t. Google’s activity controls page doesn’t give you any ability to manage the data it stores on Purchases.

Google told CNBC you can turn off the tracking entirely, but you have to go to another page for search setting preferences. However, when CNBC tried this, it didn’t work — there was no such option to fully turn off the tracking. It’s weird this isn’t front and center on Google’s new privacy pages or even in Google’s privacy checkup feature. (source)

According to CNET, here is how to delete your purchase data:

To delete something, you can click on a purchase, which will bring up an itemized list of everything you bought in that transaction. You can then click the “i” button for information, and then on “where’s this from?”

Google will tell you if the purchase was found in your Gmail, after which you can either click “got it” or “view email.” You’ll then be taken to your Gmail account, the email will load, and you can delete it entirely.

Only then will the transaction disappear from your purchase history. (source)

Will you check to see if your data is being collected on a Google Purchases page?


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Justin Trudeau Approves ex-IMAM To Run As MP in Federal Election | Cultural Action Party of Canada

Hassan Guillet won a contested nomination in Saint-Leonard-Saint-Michel, becoming the first Liberal candidate not to come from the influential Italian community since the 1988 inception of the east-end riding.

Guillet says he wants to represent everyone in the riding and not just its substantial North African community.  They all say this–previous to when they are elected. Subsequently, the pressure from multicultural non-profit groups and religious communities shift focus from “everyone in the riding” to the demands of one specific community.

In a column by Conservative journalist Spencer Fernando, the subject of Italian-Canadians in politics was raised. Fernando points out that Italians are poorly represented in government, with only one person of Italian heritage serving in Trudeau’s Cabinet.

The role of Italian communities in Canada cannot be understated. According to the 2016 Census of Canada, 1,587,970 Canadians– 4.6% of the total population– claimed full or partial Italian ancestry. Somehow, in Trudeau’s initial cabinet, he could not find one Italian-Canadian out of 1.5 million that he saw fit to be in his cabinet.

Sikhs represented 1.4% of the Canadian population in 2016, and were given four cabinet posts. The Sikh community had recently elected 16 Sikh MPs across Canada.

Advantage, Third World Canada. It’s simply the Trudeau way. Now, Justin Trudeau has approved an Islamic religious fundamentalist to run for MP on behalf of the Liberal Party. It is well known that fundamentalists of this nature generally support archaic and misogynist religious laws. Female Genital Mutilation(illegal), child marriage(also illegal) and Sharia Law–much of which breaches Canada’s Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

Naturally, none of this makes a difference for “feminist” Justin Trudeau. He is not one to ever let hypocrisy stand in the way of his desire to be entrenched as dictator-for-life in Canada

READ MORE: Justin Trudeau Bans Pro-Life Candidates From Running In Federal Election

End result: Another victory for the Nation of Islam in Canada by way of Justin Trudeau. In the meantime, Trudeau’s punitive damages toward Christian Canada continue. Islam is more than a so-called religion–it is an entire way of life–and one in which NOTHING can take priority over dedication to religion–including dedication to one’s vocation.

A win by newly-minted Liberal MP candidate Hassan Guillet would be a giant victory for the Nation of Islam. Therefore, you can bet Justin Trudeau will be standing by his side with bells on.

Another incremental step forward in the works? Bet on it. Justin Trudeau ubiquitously supports victory for Third World forces, Sikhism, and Islam. Old Stock Canada be damned-– Justin’s “new’ Canada is in the house. For him, nothing else in Canada matters.





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The NEW Christianity: Brought to the World by None Other Than SATAN Himself!

Absolute Truth from the Word of God


Who are we speaking of?  None other than the Enemy of our Souls – SATAN.


” Now the serpent was more subtil than any beast of the field which the Lord God had made. And he said unto the woman, Yea, hath God said, Ye shall not eat of every tree of the garden?”  (Genesis 3:1) KJV

From the very beginning, Satan has spoken his deceptive ‘whispers’ into the ears of God’s people. And he certainly does’t need new tricks because the old ones work just fine.


The arrogant enemy of God and of our souls even tried his twisting of Scripture with our Lord Jesus who IS God in the flesh.  Jesus shut the evil one down with PURE Scripture.  You see, Satan…

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Islamic-Canadian Organizations Demand School Privileges For Muslim Students | Cultural Action Party of Canada

Worship, fasting, religious holidays, as well as dietary and clothing requirements form part of Islamic practice for many Muslims. Such religious practices are legally protected in Canada.

According to the National Council of Canadian Muslims, a non-profit group largely funded by Canadian tax-payers, the purpose of accommodation is not to provide “special treatment” for some individuals or groups.

Daily prayers are a central practice of the Islamic faith. To that end, Islam prescribes prayer five times daily. Because the prayer times follow the trajectory of the earth’s sun, the daily prayer times shift throughout the calendar year and are impacted by Daylight Savings Time. Typically, the Dhuhr and Asr prayers fall within regular school hours.

DID YOU KNOW? Many public and private schools across Canada designate an empty room, classroom or meeting room as a meditation / interfaith prayer area for use by students that need to pray during the day. Conclusion? Religion and education do not exist as individual solos within Canada’s public education system. Islamic practises are now integrated into our PUBLIC institutions. What happened to the separation of “church and state” within society?

It still exists–but ONLY for Christian, Jewish, and other religions. For Justin Trudeau’s chosen Islamics, the rules are breached. They are an exception. Has  establishment in Canada EVER ONCE articulated this reality? NEVER.

Islamic parents have the option to pull their child out of school classes to accommodate their religious needs. More from the NCCM website: in schools and universities where the number of students wishing to perform the prayer is sufficient to form a congregation, Jum’ah can be conducted for students on the school premises.

How privileged--yet, according to “minority” community leaders and liberal snowflakes, the only form of community privilege in Canada is WHITE privilege. Does the situation within our public school system reflect such a thing? Not in the least. Rather, the very opposite is the case. That’s Liberal-Globalism for you.

What else? NCCM demand students be given time away from classes for three-day “Eid” holidays which occur several times per year. Students must be permitted to miss a week of classes to travel to Mecca in Egypt.

As far as lunch in the cafeteria, no pork, lard or gelatin can be part of the menu. Music lessons must be optional. There’s more(there always is)– no co-ed swimming. NCCM recommend the option of non-Muslims taking swimming lessons off of school property.

For religious holidays for faiths other than Islam, parents must have the option to prohibit their children from attendance. No church or synagogue for these kids. Muslim students must have the option NOT TO TOUCH an infidel students. Hands off, Islam only.



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States sue to block 1st Amendment rights as unconstitutional

Proof that progressive politics now defines education is walking the halls of justice and Congress. Disinformation regarding our founding documents has reached the point that 20 states are crying “foul” because the Trump administration is enforcing First Amendment rights.

Say again?

—— Bio and ArchivesMay 28, 2019

States sue to block 1st Amendment rights as unconstitutional,Proof that progressive politics now defines education is walking the halls of justice and Congress. Disinformation regarding our founding documents has reached the point that 20 states are crying “foul” because the Trump administration is enforcing First Amendment rights.

Say again?


The ultimate in upside-down reasoning now stands before district courts across the United States. New York to California and 18 states in-between have filed lawsuits claiming that Department of Health and Human Services rules protecting healthcare professionals’ religious beliefs are unconstitutional.

This is no joke. These states are enraged that the Trump Administration has made accommodation for doctors, nurses and other clinicians to decline participating in taking the life of a baby (unborn and upon delivery as New York and Vermont have approved).

At the last reading of the First Amendment, it was clear that government is restricted from imposing religious practices upon citizens or “prohibiting the free exercise thereof.” The only instance where government can weigh-in on the latter is if the religious practice is harmful, injures or violates others’ freedom. The burden of proof is on the government and the bar is set high.

In the multiple suits filed, the states claim that healthcare providers who have sincerely held religious beliefs have no right to adhere to them, that they must perform abortions and other life-ending procedures if asked or ordered. The states are essentially claiming that observing their faith is unconstitutional when the states are themselves breaching the Constitution by compelling medical professionals to perform homicidal acts.

The underlying question that should be asked of legislators and states’ attorneys is when did government become the arbiter of death, infanticide in particular? Whatever happened to “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness?”

It doesn’t take a rocket scientist (or does it?) to understand that the House of Representatives’ democrat leadership has usurped the power of life and death by impeding a vote on a bill that stops the killing of babies born alive (abortion on delivery) for the 50th time. They are going a step further by introducing a bill that would attempt to overturn state laws in Alabama, Georgia and other republics (be reminded that each state had to become a constitutional republic before voted entry in the USA), pitting the federal government against states’ rights as protected by the 10th Amendment.

Democrats are working to inflict their death-cult policies on every citizen of the nation, expecting to outlaw individual freedoms and states’ autonomy with federal legislation. The purpose of the Constitution was and is to restrain exactly this kind of smug, arrogant overreach by representatives of districts who believe their small constituency has greater authority than a president who properly won his office in a national election. (The last point was confirmed after the completion of four investigations.)

Despite appointed district judges, who also erroneously believe they have supremacy over the office of President, ruling according to whim and not duly enacted law, the voting majority will not stomach continued murder of their children. Science dispels the fallacy that fetuses are not viable or even human before birth. Nor does science support the killing of a child after delivery. Only satanism approves that practice.

Defending the First Amendment right of individuals to opt-out of murder is not a denial of healthcare to a woman, it is the preservation of life and health to a child as codified in Amendment Five: “No person shall be… deprived of life, liberty, or property…”

Efforts to strip both healthcare professionals and the innocent unborn or just-born of their rights to life, liberty, property and the pursuit of happiness, is unconstitutional and any argument going before a court attempting to make that case is frivolous and should be thrown out.

Aren’t these people bringing these baseless lawsuits the same ones that expect dog owners to accommodate muslims who move into their community and demand that dogs and all evidence of their existence disappear from sight? The same mentality is at play. Destroy the defenseless baby (or dog) so pregnant women (or muslims) aren’t offended by their presence.

Actually, this is indeed a joke. Pathetic, dehumanizing and criminal, but not funny.


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Hey, let’s fight global pandemics by maybe starting one… Say WHAT? – Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

By Thomas Gaulkin, May 23, 2019


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Feed a cold, starve a fever … mutate the flu?


A couple of labs in Wisconsin and The Netherlands have been given the green light to do controversial work with a deadly strain of avian flu that kills two thirds of the people it infects.

The scientific community and US government declared a moratorium on the experiments in 2014. Why? Because the virus has generally been confined to birds, and these labs are trying to make it transmissible to mammals. On purpose.

The researchers say making new strains of the H5N1 flu virus in a secure lab can help them see what might happen naturally in the real world. Sounds logical, but many scientists oppose it because the facts show most biosafety labs aren’t really secure at all, and experts say the risks of a mutated virus escaping outweigh whatever public health benefit comes from creating them.

But now the US government is funding these same labs again to artificially enhance potentially pandemic pathogens.

Say WHAT? 

In this installment of the Bulletin’s video series that provides a sharp view of fuzzy policy, Johns Hopkins University computational biologist Steven Salzberg explains why arguments by researchers in favor of risky viral research aren’t persuasive.


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