Look folks, I respect what he’s (Rick Wiles) doing with his podcast TruNews and all the years he’s been broadcasting. There is quite a bit that I like (his show) I even re-posted his piece on the Maxwell family today because I believe it, and wanted to share it, which I did on all my farcecrap pages and groups.
Where I draw the line is this farcecrap posting (of his recent broadcast) of how God answered HIS prayer, he spoke directly to the hurricane mind you (as God told him to do) and HIS prayer diverted the Hurricane Dorian away from Florida. That my friends is ludicrous. Had Dorian totally destroyed frumps Mar Lago, he may have told the whole world that THAT was an answer to HIS prayers. Bullshit.
Now, I do believe he is a sincere person, a devout and sincere “Christian”, but, and it’s a BIG BUTT, he’s in that same old trap that most “Christian” leaders are in, he is speaking to his avid followers that send part of their Social Security checks every month. Yes, it’s folks my age that send him their dollars, mostly, but I’m sure there are lots of folk/sheeple in every age group and ethnicity that help fund his operation as well.
It’s okay to believe in whatever you believe, but thinking AND telling your fan-base that YOUR prayer diverted a fucking Hurricane? That’s just pure nonsense. Mind you, at one time I was a “Bible-Toting, Tongue-Talking Christian” as well. I tried, I really tried. I just could not get past the science of things and my own “Common Sense”, in other words, even with the effort that I put into it, deep down I knew it was all one big hocus-pocus, pull-a-rabbit-out-of-hat scam. Anyway, to each his own,
I just think it is Ego/Pride, what I call, “False Humility” talking when you publicly make a statement like he did. If you care enough, just follow the Golden Rule, truly be humble in every way, and you’ll be okay.
For my faithful readers that are aware that I’m finally working on “The Dead Armadillo” story, like say, a Producer, or a Director, or a Screenwriter or someone or a company that desires to option my novel, you can contact me at any time, night or day. If you are a one of those faithful readers that wish to read and follow my progress as I work on this novel, I will be posting updates as a PDF file on every new post on this website/blog. Here’s the latest of “The Dead Armadillo”
For those of you that would care to get involved with me on this project, as I intend to hire a professional screenwriter at some point, and produce a feature film, I have recently been approved for a KICKSTARTER campaign where you can contribute. Here is the link to the KICKSTARTER campaign.
Peace & Abide, La paz y la morada, السلام والالتزام , שלום ושמירה, Paix et Demeure, Խաղաղությունը եւ մնալը, Мир и пребывание,, 平和と遵守, 和平與恪守, Aştî û Abad, صلح و عبید, Fred och Abide, Kapayapaan at Patuloy, Frieden und Bleiben, Mir i Ostanite, शांति और निवास, Hòa bình và ở lại, Мир и Абиде, שלום און בלייַבן, สันติภาพและการปฏิบัติ, Mir in bivanje,
Dr. T. C. Saxe, DD, RSISHE
For those of you that have enjoyed reading my posts and pages, and would like to make a small donation in support of my writing efforts, I have now set up a PayPal account for you to contribute $1 or so, or you can send some homemade Venison Jerky or Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups , your donation is 100% tax deductible. The preceding request for donations has always been my half-hearted attempt to make a little money from my writing. A few friends/relatives HAVE sent small donations, I even received some really good Venison Jerky one time from my Cousin Barry. No Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups yet however. I now add that IF you are like-minded and in agreement with this post, please donate to the cause. The monies will be used for things like hiring a professional web designer for the itad-nao website, and related needs.
All we need is ONE filthy-rich donor who doesn’t have his/her head stuck up their ass to fund the itad-nao website, several “Brick & Mortar” locations around the globe, and about 1,000 or so of those para-military dudes. Thank you very much.
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