Fake Real News VS Real Fake News – The Real Bullies & Newspeak

In a single generation in the wake of 911, terrorism, fears and every suffocating atmosphere of political correctness now the message on dealing with bullies is that we need grown-ups to make everyone be nice to each other. we need a culture wide campaign of education and realignment to simply eliminate bullying from the human experience. Thankfully government is willing to lead the way, so now people really are turning to big brother to protect them from all those terrible bullies out there. Not only is big brother watching out for you, but also protecting you from the bullies. Big brother is kind enough to educate us who the bullies in your world really are: The bullies are hiding in caves in Afghanistan, the bullies are drinking vodka in Moscow, the bullies are building nukes in North Korea. There’s even a whole terrorist nation of bullies ravaging the Middle East, well-funded enjoying American military equipment.

Wait there’s also bullies within our own borders! Amongst our own citizenry are you a bully are you impressing others because of say their sexual orientation or their gender identity or worse? Are you one of these nefarious online bullies who are ruining the lives of innocent people by spreading these despicable conspiracy theories? If you are well then maybe you deserve a well-placed karate kick to the nose metaphorically speaking of course. Maybe you need to be dealt with by our beloved big bro.

I apologize for the sarcasm, but speaking of Orwellian themes: The more we stand and watch things developing at such a rapid pace, the harder it is for me to deny that Orwell’s concept of Newspeak the establishments control over the thought processes of the citizenry, through control of the language itself. It is indeed being accomplished right before our eyes through the Twitterization of the brains of the upcoming generations.

In the name of expediency people succumbs to a mentality where by their increasingly incapable of complex thought nuanced dialogue true critical thinking instead of reading articles anymore: they read headlines. Headlines are summarized into simple concepts represented by a single term operation hashtag. Brainwashing is in full swing. This is the real time real world application of Newspeak.

A month ago the term fake news was merely a combination of two words in the English language, which simply carried their own intrinsic definitions to be elaborated upon by whatever the broader linguistic context in which they might be found, but today they’re a bonafide word weapon for propaganda. A single hashtag term endowed with a heavy dose of doublethink with the ultimate aim of curbing something called free speech, another term which once upon a time seemed to hold a much greater degree of sacredness within our society that it seems to today.

 

‘’But today they’re a bonafide word weapon for propaganda’’

 

But really if you don’t see that this newest projectile in the hashtag Newspeak Arsenal isn’t being deployed in a blitzkrieg fashion. Not only have we now see the blatant false flag shooter going into comet ping pong on Sunday, in combination with the whole script continuing the entire censorship agenda against online conspiracy bullying but it’s popping up everywhere!

In what seemed to me like a very bizarre piece the New York Times wrote this article about a recent tragedy involving cheerleaders in a car crash in the tiny town of Iraan even the spelling and pronunciation is weird I admit, but the weirdest part is that the New York Times reporter who wrote this story was already in the small town a week before to do a piece on the undefeated high school football team. He starts off his story talking about how almost a year ago the town was the center of a so-called viral fake news story and was the center of this conspiracy theory about how the whole town was actually fake and just a cover for some secret underground installation. So cheerleaders are dead from a car crash but he feels the need to begin his article talking about a fake news story in a connection to the town from almost a year ago and mentioning it several times throughout the article. On top of that the article is very lengthy and gives an uncommon amount of detail about the crash and the victims. You definitely just got to go check it out:

http://www.nytimes.com/2016/12/04/sports/football/a-stirring-victory-for-a-texas-high-school-then-the-unthinkable.html?_r=0

It’s the whole thing is just very strange and obviously it’s hard not to conclude that whether that really happened or whether it was all made up. Either way they’re not wasting the opportunity to push the whole fake news thing again.

 

‘’Every day it’s harder to distinguish the fake real news from the real fake news’’

 

Every day it’s harder to distinguish the fake real news from the real fake news. So what do we do? How do you fight the bully who bully you by flipping around and making you the bully. Simply because you object to monopolized media, you object to oligarchy and object to lies and corruption and know difference between right and evil. well I’d say that you stop and remember that the real enemy the real adversary is twofold death and the devil and both have already been defeated. Both have already been faced and dealt with Jesus already destroyed the only oppressor that truly had any eternal significance. That war is already won.

The only question is really about whether you’re fighting the right fight!

 

Jesus, he is risen

 

A Lamp In The Dark – Documentary

Throughout the Middle Ages, the Papal Inquisition forbade biblical translation, threatening imprisonment and death to those who disobeyed. Learn the stories of valiant warriors of the faith, such as John Wycliffe, William Tyndale, Martin Luther, the ancient Waldenses, Albigenses and others who hazarded their lives for the sake of sharing the Gospel light with a world drowning in darkness.

Once the common people were able to read the Bible, the world was turned upside down through the Protestant Reformation. The Reformers subdued whole kingdoms by preaching the grace of God, and exposing the unbiblical doctrines of Rome. In response, the Vatican would launch a Counter Reformation to destroy the work of the Reformers, including the bibles they produced.

A Lamp in the Dark was filmed on locations in England and Belgium, and features never before seen interviews with leading Bible scholars, including David Brown, Roger Oakland, Alan O’Reilly, D.A. Waite and others. Also included are chief curators from the British Library in London, Erasmus House in Belgium, and the William Tyndale Museum in Vilvoorde, where Tyndale himself was burnt at the stake.

This ground-breaking documentary is also filled with rich visual graphics and dramatic re-enactments of key historic events.
Included in this FILM

  1.  The history of the early Church, with the warnings from Jesus and the Apostles about “grievous wolves” and apostasy.
  2. How the Inquisition began for the purpose of silencing Christians and outlawing the Bible.
  3. The Bible translations of John Wycliffe and William Tyndale, the Great Bible, the Geneva Bible, and finally the King James Version.
  4. The Protestant Reformation and the reasons behind it.
  5. Key doctrines confronted by the Reformers (i.e. Indulgences, Inspiration of Scripture, Salvation, Transubstantiation, Veneration of Mary, and Papal claims of authority).
  6. The Counter Reformation which began with the founding of the Jesuit Order in 1540.
  7. The Vatican’s involvement with the Critical Text and their influence over world-wide biblical translation in the 20th century.

SCIENTISM EXPOSED Full Documentary

For people who are searching for truth, this documentary is very good. The documentary exposes the pseudo-scientific lies of scientism very well. Those lies are: the big bang, evolution and heliocentrism and control a great part of humanity spiritually.
I love this documentary very much, because it shows people many connections in a logical and professional way. It is clear that the makers of this documentary put much energy and time to make this complete documentary.
It is clear that the message is very important. It would be good that it is shared with many people.

What if there has been an agenda to keep people from the Truth of God? What if everything modern day science has taught you about your origins is wrong? Make no mistake; the very foundation of all of mankind’s “knowledge” depends on what is believed to be the Truth about the Origin of all that exists. “Scientism Exposed” is the long-awaited documentary film uncovering the spiritual agenda and deception with the scientific worldview that many teach today as proven truth and fact. Do you believe in billions or do you believe in the Bible?

 

Why Are There So Many Different Christian Interpretations? – 5 Reasons

If all Christians have the same Bible, and the same Holy Spirit, should not Christians be able to agree? Why are there so many different Christian interpretations? There are several reasons why there are differences in interpretation between Christians. These are five of the major problems with this:

1. Unbelief. The fact is that many who claim to be Christians have never been born again. They wear the label of “Christian,” but there has been no true change of heart. Many who do not even believe the Bible to be true presume to teach it. They claim to speak for God yet live in a state of unbelief. Most false interpretations of Scripture come from such sources.

It is impossible for an unbeliever to correctly interpret Scripture. “The man without the Spirit does not accept the things that come from the Spirit of God, for they are foolishness to him, and he cannot understand them, because they are spiritually discerned” (1 Corinthians 2:14). An unsaved man cannot understand the truth of the Bible. He has no illumination. Further, even being a pastor or theologian does not guarantee one’s salvation.

An example of the chaos created by unbelief is found in John 12:28-29. Jesus prays to the Father, saying, “Father, glorify your name.” The Father responds with an audible voice from heaven, which everyone nearby hears. Notice, however, the difference in interpretation: “The crowd that was there and heard it said it had thundered; others said an angel had spoken to him.” Everyone heard the same thing—an intelligible statement from heaven—yet everyone heard what he wanted to hear.

2. Poor interpretation. Much error has been promoted because of a simple failure to apply good interpretation. Taking a verse out of its immediate context can do great damage to the intent of the verse. Ignoring the wider context of the chapter and book, or failing to understand the historical/cultural context will also lead to problems.

3. Ignorance of the whole Word of God. Apollos was a powerful and eloquent preacher, but he only knew the baptism of John. He was ignorant of Jesus and His provision of salvation, so his message was incomplete. Aquila and Priscilla took him aside and “explained to him the way of God more adequately” (Acts 18:24-28). After that, Apollos preached Jesus Christ. Some groups and individuals today have an incomplete message because they concentrate on certain passages to the exclusion of others. They fail to compare Scripture with Scripture.

4. Selfishness and pride. Sad to say, many interpretations of the Bible are based on an individual’s own personal biases and pet doctrines. Some people see an opportunity for personal advancement by promoting a “new perspective” on Scripture. (See the description of false teachers in Jude’s epistle.)

5. Too much emphasis on tradition. Some churches claim to believe the Bible, but their interpretation is always filtered through the established traditions of their church. Where tradition and the teaching of the Bible are in conflict, tradition is given precedence. This effectively negates the authority of the Word and grants supremacy to the church leadership.

On the essentials, the Bible is abundantly clear. There is nothing ambiguous about the deity of Christ, the reality of heaven and hell, and salvation by grace through faith. On some issues of less importance, however, the teaching of Scripture is less clear, and this naturally leads to different interpretations. For example, we have no direct biblical command governing the frequency of communion or the style of music to use. Honest, sincere Christians can have differing interpretations of the passages concerning these peripheral issues.

Conclusion:

Churches should strive to follow the model of the early church in Jerusalem: “They devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and to the fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayer” (Acts 2:42). There was unity in the early church because they were steadfast in the apostles’ doctrine. There will be unity in the church again when we get back to the apostles’ doctrine and forego the other doctrines, fads, and gimmicks that have crept into the church.