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Why I am not against the Communist Christians

I have a christian anarchist group which is compiled of every kind of anarchist. Naturally with mixed company, people are bound to disagree – some so fervently they exile it altogether.In this group there is maybe 2 or 3 communists who actually post something against capitalism. Out of, oh 2000 anarch-capitalists I’m probably of the handful of who posts something about how great capitalism is…. Yet 2000 people get all riled up about how there’s communists in the group.

I’ve spoken with the communists about their views. Of course, they were all to happy to explain themselves. With consideration and respect I can’t help at disagree of course myself. However I can see very plainly they carry the spirit of christ about as much as the capitalists and therefore they are my brothers/sisters regardless. I am very much a capitalist, But I am first and foremost christian. Here’s the the bottom line of what I know for an absolute fact. Neither type of anarchy, communism or capitalism, will prevail in this world anyway – Scripture guarantees it, It’s almost a pointless argument.

We as Christians are here to wait for christ to rip down all of earth’s kingdoms and establish his millennial kingdom. In the meantime, we are like the Jews wondering in the wilderness. Frankly, what that entails, I’d like to think its a capitalist kingdom, but I’m open to being proven wrong. Until that day we all find out for sure, excuse me if I’m more interested in talking about the gospel.

Yes actually communism can work in millennial kingdom.

Oh sure, communism has failed miserably in times past. However it can not be ignored, scripture promises us each a mansion to be given to us. We will never thirst or hunger – so we can look past the possibility of bread lines. Jesus will be king of the kingdom – in itself makes ‘Christian Anarchism’ an oxymoron. Certainly, communism has failed in a imperfect world, but christ promises us he will make a perfect world.

….Then again, all of this can equally be achieved via capitalism. Yes labor has been exploited even under the name “Free Market”.  Certainly, corporations have and can replace the state – in fact the current president of America views the state as such a corporation that needs to be more efficient. Just as the communists so often contend, there is flaws in capitalism as well, though this is neo-conservativism/liberalism not anarch capitalism…. Again we are in a imperfect world. Capitalism can be perfected in Christ kingdom as it has just as much failed as communism in many regards. There are even things to be doubtful of Ludwig Von Mises’s presented model. The problem both sides know and fear is that, authority always has a way of centralizing itself. Whether socialist or capitalist – this is central to our dilemma.

Who knows – maybe we’ll find out the Anarch-Primitives had it right this whole time and were all wrong…

Since I’m thinking about Moses…

With that said, I’m reminded of something Moses said to the Israelite’s. After he discovered they were worshiping the golden cow. They broke out in argument with each other and immediately began splitting up. Those who wanted to follow the cow, and those who wanted to wonder around with Moses.

Moses shouted to the people who stood by him:

“Lay Them Waste

And they slathered those who wanted to follow the cow….

I look at the members in my Facebook group who want to leave, just because there’s 2 or 3  communists who posted about communism or capitialist said this and that. I can’t help at wonder if this would be the same reaction if Jesus said when he establishes his kingdom “We’re going to be a communist society”.  Yet I should say the same for the communists who get themselves in a uproar over the capitalist out come…. My heart would be grieved if christ gave me just such an order as Moses on that day – that I should have to boot a person out of his kingdom just over economic policy. Though, I don’t think it will come to that.

The last fact is, both of these ideas are man made and founded entirely by unashamed and fervent Athiests. Karl Marx, David Gaeber, Ayn Rand, Ludwig Mises – all of them made it no secrete they despise Christianity. Why were even listening to them is hypocrisy in of it self. Neither capitalist or communist knows what to expect when Christ’s kingdom comes, we can only follow in Christ’s general direction as far as ideals. We ourselves are not going to be the authors of his constitution – and I’m fairly sure he has something entirely different in mind.

Stop your bickering and just promote what you believe, not complain about what you disagree with in the meantime. My fellow capitalists I am ashamed in how sensitive you can be considering your the majority anyway :-/

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Understanding Paganism, From a Former Pagan

Since my conversion to Christianity it’s very noticeable Christians don’t understand a thing about Paganism. Normally this is very noticeable when we’re talking about the old testament… they have a pretty shallow view of the pagans mentioned in scripture, though scripture itself has a lot of depth in what Paganism is.

1. The concept of ‘God’s’

To start the entire concept of ‘god’ is different. It’s very agnostic actually. Pagans don’t worship gods the same way a christian worships God…. In every pagan culture they are seen as higher spirits. They are basically like people with different jobs at different companies that just so happens to be spirits. When a pagan prays/worships these gods it’s in the same way a Catholic friend of mine described how catholics pray/worship Mary. It’s about intercession, not so much about ‘devotion’… in every pagan culture there is one creator God, this God is ussually the oldest God in any given pagan culture – some christian apologetics even believe he is the very same God of Abraham… However, to pagans he is… too high… too powerful to be reached so theres no point in praying to him. The logic of Paganism isn’t too unlike catholicism again in this sense, they think they must intercieve to the saints so that the saints may negotiate with the ‘Most high God’ on their behalf… What is different from catholicism is the gods don’t have to negotiate with this God, things are within their jurisdiction or they can negotiate with other gods outside there jurisdiction. The consensus view is that the ‘Most high God’ just created everything, whilst sits around in the background somewhere not doing anything or talking to anyone… so just don’t bother with him at all.

2. Idol worship.

In my experience there’s 2 types of pagans. Materialist, and Humanist. Materialist view idols as a physical representation of a diety, they rely on physical objects for a lot of things. The Humanist tends to look down on idol worshippers for them it’s about knowledge and hidden mysteries… though selling idols to the Materialist is a means of control… Think of it as the white collar guy controlling the blue collar guy. In scripture this is represented well just about every time a pagan king erects a statue of either a god or himself and demands the people to pray to it.

The white collar pagan says: The little people are too stupid to understand higher things, but their easily controlled via some form of propaganda… aka a statue.

The blue collar pagan says: the king is so great to build this statue for us so we may be able to get rid of our unwanted babies and maybe molech will give me prosperity in return.

So there’s nuance in regard to idol worship… It means different things to different types of pagans. In scripture, very often, you can see the dynamics at play very well between the rulers and the peasants. Alot of Paganism is indeed about control, but it depends on which perspective the character in scripture is coming from.

The king, you may notice never bows to the statue… he actually is the physical  God on earth. By his point of view, by giving the peasants the statue, he’s making political allies with the other god…. It’s kind of like when the government sends a gift to another country, or puts their embassy in another country or arranges a special trade agreement. They are showing friendship and sharing resources… in molech case, the king is sharing the unwanted babies of his country as a trade agreement. This way the king can use molech to fight off his enemies in times of war.

3. Paganism is cruel

Just with the first 2 things mentioned, I gather you didn’t think before just how cruel Paganism actually is. Its particularly cruel when it is a theocracy. It gets even crueler considering how apathetic pagans are to other people. Everything and everyone in pagan cultures is just a tool to be used for someone else’s advantage. Even love itself is ment to be a means to gain from someone else.

This isn’t just a primitive concept our modern societies have long since left behind. We still do these thing all the time everyday across the globe. What Paganism is… It’s the human sinful condition.

Something I think that’s very interesting about Revelation is towards the end an angel crys out – “Fallen, Fallen is that great city Babylon”. It describes babylon as a present tense society even though the scripture is talking about the end times… even though babylon was long gone already, even at the time revelation was written…. We very much still exist in a Babylonian society even to this day – the world hasn’t changed at all, even under christendom.

4. Magic

Magic is the fun part of Paganism… but it’s a broad subject. The very computer your reading this on is by pagan definition “Magic”…. It’s a bit more mundane then a christian might expect…. which… Don’t get me started on our modern society being Babylon again, because it is…

Magic is anything people can use to create something. Whether a hammer, Electricity, spiritual energies, winking, translating the bible… so basically it’s everything people do. Spell casting specifically is viewed as simply using spiritual energies to transmit information towards a desired goal. The modern pagan view is we do this all the time when we post a Facebook status – and indeed, it’s entirely the same concept…. however the bible doesn’t talk about spell casting, not even once is it mentioned.

My christian brothers, scripture talks about “witchcraft”. This is an important difference. Because witch craft isn’t a pagan concept parsè it’s a jewish one. It’s the jewish view on how pagans manipulate and control each other.

Alot of Christians have it their minds spell casting and witch craft are the same thing. There is a reason, but it’s not from scrilture, rather from old catholic inquistors propaganda looking for protestants reading the Bible. Over time this belief witchcraft and spell casting blended together. But it’s origin is from the pagan Catholic Church calling people reading the Bible “pagan manipulators”… that’s the ethomolgy that’s distorted our view on scripture…. so you tell me if theses verses make a bit of a different sense now that you know this… in your mind replace the word “witchcraft” with “control and manipulation of other people” :

For rebellion is as the sin of witchcraft, and stubbornness is as iniquity and idolatry. Because thou hast rejected the word of the Lord, he hath also rejected thee from being king.

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1 Samuel 15:23

For rebellion is as the sin of witchcraft, and stubbornness is as iniquity and idolatry. Because thou hast rejected the word of the Lord, he hath also rejected thee from being king.

2 Kings 9:22

And it came to pass, when Joram saw Jehu, that he said, Is it peace, Jehu? And he answered, What peace, so long as the whoredoms of thy mother Jezebel and her witchcrafts are so many?

Micah 5:12

And I will cut off witchcrafts out of thine hand; and thou shalt have no more soothsayers:

Nahum 3:4

Because of the multitude of the whoredoms of the wellfavoured harlot, the mistress of witchcrafts, that selleth nations through her whoredoms, and families through her witchcrafts.

Galatians 5:20

Idolatry, witchcraft, hatred, variance, emulations, wrath, strife, seditions, heresies,

5. Paganism is convoluted 

In some ways I think it’s a good idea for Christians to study paganism and the concepts therein. At the same time I know full well there is a lot of junk a person would have to sift through before getting to anything worthwhile… There is a lot of abstract concepts, many of which have convoluted foundations… It’s ‘wisdom’ is like a house of cards in many ways. However, of one thing I am sure of, our enemies are well versed in these concepts, and so should we.

Truely I tell you when I said “modern society is babylon”, I really ment it on personal experience from a life of studying Babylonian ideals and just watching the world at work around me. It’s a bit like coming out of the matrix once a person is aware of this… knowing everything you thought you knew is a lie… A rabbit hole I don’t think most Christians are really ready for. If most people knew just how much engulfed we are, and just how much we continuously reject God…. even in a so called “Christian Nation”.

The good news is because Paganism is so convoluted, like a house of cards, it falls very easily. After that terrible day christ will reign. And so, it amounts to nothing to study such things. You would only be fighting temporary battles of an army that’s already lost the war. 😉 our purpose as christians is simply to be here, do our work and wait for our bosses return.

No, I will not type ‘Amen’ just to feed your ego

Have you seen this crap before on facebook?

What if I told you I skip over every single one of them?

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Let me guess I’m not Christian enough for Jesus because I don’t like your stupid Facebook meme or type ‘Amen’?
Let me also guess, I am cruel and heartless for skipping this:

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You know what, if I have to explain to you why I skip these stupid Facebook posts, I don’t consider your ‘Christian’ opinion valid on much ado with anything.

Matthew 6: 1-4
“Beware of practicing your righteousness before other people in order to be seen by them, for then you will have no reward from your Father who is in heaven. Thus, when you give to the needy, sound no trumpet before you, as the hypocrites do in the synagogues and in the streets, that they may be praised by others. Truly, I say to you, they have received their reward.  But when you give to the needy, do not let your left hand know what your right hand is doing,  so that your giving may be in secret. And your Father who sees in secret will reward you.”

Tell me, how do you feel about this meme?

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The Lying Media

Can I just say I think it’s really amazing, the same people who constantly say “the media lies”, will still put forth obvious lies from the media. They even defend the lie while confronted with facts. Personally I try to live by this quote:

“You’re either the liar or the one being lied to, protect yourself from being either one.”
-Gerson Monago

Everyday I find myself alone in that common sense quote. What this suggests is people want to be lied to, especially when the lie agrees with them. In this logic, what if I told people that when the media is telling you they lie it’s a lie in itself?

That isn’t going to work for a great many people I’m sure, yet I’ve seen plenty of news casters tell us this. I have yet to find a trusted source for any news outlets, I havnt even found reason to trust my own local stations. Instead I have learned a good deal of discernment over the years of watching lies. There’s certain ‘cues’ I’ve noticed. These cues usually come when the headline says something entirely sensational or overtly liberal or even Fox news for the matter. While looking for multiple sources saying the same thing and still being aware of the term “Astroturfing” (seriously google the word Astroturfing). Yet it also comes with certain sources like say “politifact”- a site dedicated to tell you how to think and Obama is always apparently honest with minor half truths. There’s other ways but, If some of you have not learned discernment on your own after years of bombardment of lies, I could not help you.

Yes a lie is a lie even if it’s on the cover of New York Times, even when you want to believe that lie is true… It doesn’t change the fact contrary. What is worse it is crippling the entire country, in more ways then what’s obvious.

It is due to the fact every media lies constantly, we must always be open to be proven wrong. Do not berate someone when they rebuttal a news article you shared on facebook. Be a little more, “detached”. Unless of course they can’t disprove something.
I should expect the same treatment, it’s rare that ever happens but it ought to be more common place. I will not lie to you, it can take a lot of patience that not everyone has.

“Through thy precepts I get understanding: therefore I hate every false way.” – Psalm 119:104

There is no shortage of verses on lies in the bible, Psalm 119:104 has always stood out to me the most. What we are saying here in context is a couple things. First, lean not on your own understanding rather Gods which is truth. Second hate everything else that is a lie. For me I have found I am a rare person, I just hate lies I really do… whether they are petty lies, some kind of agenda lie, or some other lie. Even lies about Hitler rile my feathers, even though I don’t even like Hitler… This is just how God made me I guess, lies are my biggest peeve. Everything that is false is false and ought to not be repeated, and I do mean very literally EVERYTHING – even anti-Hitler people, even New York Times, even Alex Jones. With that knowledge it is impossible to always be honest because at every turn we are constantly lied to. The good news is I see no reason you will burn in hell over unknowingly repeating a lie, (the subject is atleast pretty debatable). You must always be open to reproof from someone else, though checking sources before sharing is also good practice. In our digital world with 24 hour lying news, really it isn’t as hard as you think to be honest and still keep up with headlines. At a certain point, you even develop a certain eye or skill at it, it just takes practice.

I would just finish this off with a side note or warning. I like many Christians am convinced we are moving to the end times. This stance of which I will tell you there are many blatant lies in eschatology. I know you’ve heard of false prophets as the first sign of the prophecy, but let me direct your attention elsewhere:

“And for this cause God shall send them strong delusion, that they should believe a lie: That they all might be damned who believed not the truth, but had pleasure in unrighteousness” 2 Thessalonians 2:11-12

I hate to quote just 2 sentences here because this entire particular chapter in Thessalonians is so relevant right now. However in bold you see “strong delusion”. Never in the history of the world has man been so readily deceived. I recommend a good long study on 2 Thessalonians chapter 2 to anyone interested in the world we live in.

Link to 2 Thessalonians 2 KJV:

https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=2+Thessalonians+2&version=KJV

Why I call blog posts ‘Articles’

I just want to put this out there to explain my position for calling everything I blog an ‘Article’. I also have the habit of calling other blog posts article’s to. No one ever complained about it before but I still feel it’s important so just putting it out there.

WordPress calls it a ‘blog post’, but the thing is I’m not doing the same thing I do on facebook. WordPress is perhaps for some a kind of ‘social media’, but it kind of isnt. Imagine if facebook posts were 2000 words long, would you really read every thing everyone had to say on your wall? Of course not, no one has that kind of time with Facebook posts.

Article is a word choice I prefer because it’s just more accurate. I’m writing about something, I’m adding a lot of detail to it, usually it’s more then 800 words long. I present each thing on my website as if it were an article on a news site or perhaps a page out of a encyclopedia or some book. Article doesn’t necessarily have to be a news article, it’s just a piece of writing posted to a source- in this case my blog site. so it just makes sense to me.

Then there’s ‘blog’, well my whole website is a blog, I’m posting something to it. ‘Blog’ doesn’t feel right either. In my mind it’s an Article posted on my Blog. So that’s just not fitting well.

I don’t write much fiction I tend to go along with facts, so I can’t really say it’s a ‘story’. I do have some christian parables I made up, but I doubt anyone ever read them, and I’ve never included them under the category of ‘article’ anyway. Yet I’m not using references or citations for many things, I’m just downloading information from my brain I know is true onto my website- so I can’t really call it an essay or something to be taken as academic fact. As far as I know opinion based on fact is still considered an opinion, so is a educated opinion. I’m not writing to my college professor for a grade or given a writing assignment of some kind. Since there’s a bit of an opinion in my writtings and other considerations,’essay’ doesn’t feel right either.

(I don’t know maybe ‘Essay’ is a better word choice, perhaps I’m being too picky. Am I being too picky? Are you being too picky? I don’t know.)

Then there’s ‘Musings’. Frankly I don’t even know what a musing is, I dont think anyone knows what a musing is. Whats so amusing about a Musing? I think it has to do with art and theater. I think of poetry and screen plays with ‘musings’. I’m not very good at poetry so i don’t write poetry. I have no involvement in theater, no desire to be, so screen plays is out. Musings is just not what angel fish is about.

So what ever you wanna call my writings go ahead I’m sticking with ‘Article’ for most of them. Call it garbage for all I care, I’m not going to nit pick it any further.’Article’ just makes sense to me, and that’s why I call it that. I don’t know if anyone cared before or will care later. If they should, this article is for them.

If you want to ask me anymore questions on the topic, go ask my english college professor. He works at University of Buffalo. He has a PHD in writing, I don’t. Good guy, smart guy, loves to hear himself talk- very knowledgeable on these types of dilemmas. I mean, I never had bad grades in english, but I could be wrong about ‘article’. He’s never been shy to tell me I’m wrong before… Pick up the phone and call his english department, let him answer all your questions for me on this topic.

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Department of English
College of Arts and Sciences
306 Clemens Hall
University at Buffalo, North Campus
Buffalo, NY 14260-5030
Phone: (716) 645-2575
Fax: (716) 645-5980
Email: english-department@buffalo.edu

Facebook Exodus

I remember when MySpace was the IT thing. Soon after there was a transition sweeping the country to facebook. From the beginning I didn’t really see the appeal. Here’s my list of things I didn’t like:

1. Can’t decorate your page, it’s a cheap standardized page.

2. Can’t add music to your page.

3. It was just too basic and boring.

4. Now I leave MySpace and move on to facebook. 2 years later I’ll have to get on a whole different thing and one after that… just a fad.

Well its been awhile since that list, and MySpace is long since gone. The thing about Facebook now is:

1. No one is hardly on it to be social.
2. Flooded with memes and stupid pics.
3. Trolls.
4. The stupidest games just keep coming out in so much bulk, and they get dumber and dumber as time goes by.
5. It’s so basic and boring. Can’t add music or decorate my page like on myspace.
6. No one ever likes just statuses anymore, I have to post a pic in order to get any attention at all. Why can’t I simply just say “having a good day” anymore?
7. Frivolous propaganda shareing. Facebook has become a way to express all forms of religious and political conspiracies, most of which are blatant lies. Worse so, it’s where it is pumped and shared to around like wildfire.

These days on Facebook I believe I only keep it as a place to store my pictures, and save links to websites I want to look at later. I might even post a note to myself to remember something later. Angelfish blog has a separate Facebook page then my own, there I simply only share my blog posts… I haven’t even logged into Angel Fish blog fb in 3 months- well no one follows me there anyway, and my posts automatically post there so… Other then that I check up on ‘Pirates tides of Fourtune’- but even that is getting very old.

Among my fellow mellenial generation I can’t help at notice there’s a trend. Instead of facebook, we’re all starting to move on with our lives in the real world. It seems to me the only people that still go on Facebook are people with a thousand memes to share a day. (Bless their hearts).

So the tide has turned for social media, there’s a good amount of apathy to it these days. As always though you can email me, I am very attentive to angelfishblog@hotmail.com

Other then that I think Facebook is growing pretty dead very quick.

Takeing notes from Grandma

If we are going into the times of tribulation you may want to take some notes from your grandparents, they had a pretty good sample of what it will be like. I started doing this article on just how grandma used to do banking, but somehow the spirit lead me into a whole other survival strategy. The generation growing up in the 20s knew how to deal with things, and we’re a great deal more prepared then any of us today.

Banking
My grandparents were both born in 1923, Grandma in Germany, Grandpa in America. Both of these countries suffered the 2 worst economic tumoils in history- Weimer Republic and the Great Depression (though I think Weimar was much worse then the depression). They always told me: “Trust the bank like you trust your sandwich with the dog”. When they died, we were amazed to find $800k cash in a box under the floor boards.

She only used the bank to cash checks, and only put enough money in the account for bills +$10 to keep the account open. She kept everyone of her bank statements since 1932, while living in Germany with her first bank account- in 70+ years she did this every month of her life. Not once did she ever take a loan or credit card, she often found it was unnecessary. She died in a cozy house, no debts and a reletively stress free life.

This generation of people knew a lot of secretes about banks. Grandma grew up during the Weimer republic period in Germany, and my Grandfather lived through the American depression. In both countries Bank runs, inflation, government hands in the bank, stock crashes, and so much more were common occurances. They knew all too well not trust the bank anymore then the government.

Work for commodity not money.

Growing up in the Weimer Republic grandma learned early what life is like when the value of the dollar is worthless. say you have $20 today you can buy a loaf of bread with it, but tomorrow that same loaf will be $500, the next day it’s $3. This kind of volitilitay is completely under exaggerated, however what happens is you never know how much that loaf of bread is when you go to the store. On top of this the store might not want to sell it if they think they can charge more tommorrow… better yet what if you don’t even have $20 to begin with. What do you do?

Work for things your company makes. Washing machines, clothes, bullets, chocolate whatever. Don’t take cash as payment take something you can trade. Grandma would work at the chocolate factory as a kid and trade chocolate for supper and things the family needed. She would only get money from collecting bills on the streets to burn it in the furnace. Yup the money was so worthless people just dumped it on the street.

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It was common practice to heat the house by burning bills in 1920s Germany. It was cheaper then coal and the government printed so much of it.

Grandpa had a similar situation in America. Living in the hills of West Virginia during the depression and a dead father- his mom and siblings had to hunt for their food and pick wild mushrooms. They would skin the animal and trade the fur for other things they needed like Medicine or horse feed. They never had a cent and always had what they needed.

Food

How can I not next go into food after the above? The bible tells us to flee into the hills during tribulation, I think grandpa is proof that’s good advice. West Virginia has plenty of hills, just take your pick there. What’s good about this advice is in the woods you should be able to get food in a variety of ways, and you should be able to take care of yourself without relying on society too much- if at all. There’s plenty of Prepper sites just look around and be creative. Due to the virtually limitless info I could give here I’m not going into it- I may as well just write a whole other blog on the topic of getting your own food.

I will say this much, because it’s not very well written about. Most poisonous berries and mushrooms are good to eat after they are cooked- particularly in colder climates like Europe and north America. This also applies to snakes and things, just an FYI

Fun

Of course you will get bored luckily grandpa and grandma had a remedy.
No TV no video games, no electric or money required!!

Grandpa would pass the time by fighting other boys, beating each other to a bloody pulp and laughing about it all day after. But if that’s not your style Grandma used to go to the opera house and watch plays. Did you know community theater has always been a cheap entertainment? $15 at the door or offer to help clean after the play was her usual Friday night out.

Then there’s things like fishing, catching lizards, sewing, reading the bible, throwing mud at boys, tie a rope on a tree to swing around, etc…

Believe it or not boredom is not a new invention, people have always been creative to pass the time- I’m sure you can come up with something too.

Politics

Never trust politics especially when you agree with them. They will generally always let you down. Who knew this? Grandma!!

Picture this 1929 Germany, everyone is broke, unemployment has reached 40%, communism is trying to take over the country, and everyone is talking about a strange man named Adolf Hitler. “Fix inflation” he says. “Get rid of communism” he shouts. “Destroy all forms of evil in Germany” he tells the crowds of thousands cheering.

Oh sure grandma was poor too and he had loads of good ideas, which is why everyone loved him… but at 8 years old grandma told her father “he only wants to get rid of the communist so he can take control of the banks”.

That’s about the sum of what happened with him.

During Hitlers time in Germany, grandma grew up into a young adult with all her friends. She did what every teenage girl does, dated boys, went to dances, dressed up, slumber parties, worried about grades in school… (at least as much as any teenage girl does). When the Russians invaded Germany and Hitler was done,  everyone was in a panick while grandma was falling in love with grandpa. Truly it seemed to barely phase her that the whole continent was completely leveled by bombs.

When she came to the states she found presidents running for office wernt much different then Hitler vs the Communist- but she particularly liked Kennedy and Ragen.

Then of course there was the German environment of Jewish prejudice. Grandma worked for a Jewish owned chocolate factory as a little girl. As far as she was concerned the Jews were good people for helping her family when they needed it. Then theres concentration camps, she had no idea it was even going on. She thought Jews were going to Israel like anyone else at the time. Otherwise she didn’t think they were evil people or Hitler would go as far as slaughtering them. She like many Germans didn’t fully believe concentration camps even existed either- again she didn’t trust the Allied forces propaganda anymore then German propaganda. Well why should she, they were executing people needlessly and siding with Russia- only to go to war with Russia just 5 years after ww2. How does anyone know what to believe…. one verse out of the bible talks about this:

Put not your trust in princes, nor in the son of man, in whom there is no help. – Psalm 146:3

Put your trust in God not a political candidate. The government isn’t there to fix your problems, you are there to fix your own problems.

The Devils Box

This comes more from my grandparents parents. When silent movies were just coming out in the 20s people thought it was satanic. When television came out people thought it was the mark of the beast!!

This sounds crazy now but let me tell you, they were on to something.

Here we have a box that preys on people with Illusions, photo editing, music, and distraction from reality. HELLO!! The entire bases of TV entertainment is to entertain people by manipulating their emotions- satanic indeed. Here is what the soviets were using for propaganda to brainwash people in russia. Here is were corporations pump advertisements into your brain. Here is the thing that makes people look like zombies in their seat while receiving ‘programing’.

Well TV has come a long way since 1920s, now we have it in our computers and pockets, we check up with our friends on it, we do our bank with it, we take photos with it, email, watch ‘reality tv’ with it, we write BLOGS with it!!

On average we stare at a screen almost all the time, TV is not just in our living room- it’s everywhere.
There are even people who can’t stand to look at the real world because their iPhone have better pixels and resolution then the real world.

Think of how much brainwashing that actually entails. If only the soviets in communist russia thought of led and amold screens first… they would force feed it to people everywhere, and make it completely affordable, and probably start up a social network to monitor the way people talked to each other. They may even secretly collect data from a search engine to see what people are looking up and reading about. :cough cough:

If you think Satan wouldn’t take full fledged advantage of this you must also think he’s stupid. :-/

Blogging is for the long winded

Some people only have thoughts that never exceed 140 characters- and so they go to Twitter. Some People are facebook people, Some people are Google + and some people feel like video editing for Youtube.

Something I noticed about bloggers, myself included is, we are very long winded people with a lot of information in our heads. Sometimes we dont even know what were saying, we just rant. There’s something else I’ve noticed about bloggers were actually friendlier, I think it comes with intelligence. Since I’ve come to wordpress I can honestly say i’ve seen a decline in trolls- people are actually respectful to each other even when they disagree. Who knew there are people on the internet that can respectfully disagree and not take things to heart. 😀

Im looking at my word count its currently 135. This is possibly one of my shortest posts but just wanted to get that out there. God Bless

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