Posts filed under ‘Socialism’
Adam rebelled against God and instead of leading his wife out of harm’s way, he actually got behind her and followed her. While we might argue that what Adam did was “worse” than what Eve did, Paul’s point is simple. Women are far more likely to give into their feelings about something even if those feelings direct them to go against God’s clear teaching. This is the way they were made and because of that, they were not created to be leaders of the household. They were created not to be less than husbands either. Women were created to support their husband in his God-given leadership role. Adam knew what he was doing was wrong but did it anyway. He was capable of understanding what was wrong with the situation but chose to follow Eve instead. Eve was completely deceived from the beginning and did not realize that she was deceived.
Have you heard this one? “Jews run the world” and by “Jews,” people normally mean “Israel.” For these anti-Semites, “Jews” and “Israel” are synonymous. One reader, after reading through two articles on this site, simply stated, “We are slaves to Israel.” I’m sure she believes it. In fact, not long ago, I wrote a book about the method used by Anti-Zionists to foist blame for all the world’s ills onto Israel. That book – Anti-Zionism’s Vitriolic Allegations – clearly delineates the caustic untruths and claims used by those opposed to Israel’s statehood.
While it is obvious that the immigration crisis is contributing to a “planned collapse” or our country, it is not the only event put in motion to accomplish this goal. As the nation awakens to the danger that “Common Core” education represents, they would do themselves well by realizing that this is the final push of an education curriculum a century in the making. Again, it all goes back to the ideas of Marx and the teachings of Gramsci. Antonio Gramsci taught that America would only accept socialism incrementally and in order to implement incremental change, the institutions must be infiltrated by “Change agents.”
It was roughly five to six weeks later that Hillary appeared on Capitol Hill to testify regarding Benghazi. It was the same event where hear words – “What difference at this point does it make?” – were stated with her arms gesticulating to Senator Ron Johnson. This outburst of temper was something that she had tried to overcome. For years, she had tried to paint herself as a tried-and-true professional, who was calm in adversity and able to remain clear and level headed in spite of the storm that might be spinning around her.
With countries like China and Russia beginning to look beyond the U.S. dollar as the world’s reserve currency, the devastation may occur sooner rather than later. As David Risselada points out in one of his recent articles, the U.S. dollar became the world’s reserve currency when Nixon (representing our federal government during his presidency) made a deal with the Saudis so that all of their oil had to be purchased with U.S. dollars. That meant that before anyone could buy oil from the Saudis, their own currency had to be converted into dollars. This kept the U.S. dollar in circulation, but instead of being backed by gold as it had been, it was not backed by oil. This is why the dollar came to be known as the “petro-dollar.” In exchange for this, the U.S. promised to protect Saudi Arabia and Saudi Arabian interests.
What should concern most Americans is the fact that President Obama spoke of an “international order” that has been in the works for decades. He also spoke of the need for individuals to “surrendering our rights to an all-powerful sovereign.” For Americans, these remarks immediately call to mind the dictates of tyrannical dictatorships and form huge red flags. We know what others like Rockefeller, Kissinger, both George Bushes, and too many others to list here, have also called for an international order, or a new world order.
The problem is, that in today’s world, people use every excuse to explain away terrible tragedies and deadly deeds. Lately, we’ve been hearing a good deal about so-called “white privilege” as the reason at least some bad things happen. A professor at Rutgers and contributing editor at Salon.com blamed the Eliot Rodgers’ killing spree on white privilege. Even after reading her explanation, I’m not sure how the idea of alleged white privilege has anything to do with the recent killings.