Summary as I am able:
💥Thoughts for TODAY!
…for every one that asketh receiveth; and he that seeketh findeth; and to him that knocketh it shall be opened.
Matthew 7:8 KJV
The fear of the LORD is the beginning of wisdom: And the knowledge of the holy is understanding.
Proverbs 9:10 KJV
Division in Canada increasing:
About 40 per cent of those surveyed said they have reduced contact with friends or family over an argument about the pandemic or politics.
Is this like God separating wheat from tares? [Patrick Bestall]
The Blunt Truth about Green Energy (Prager U):
Soon the Government will Supervise your Buying and Selling with Digital Currency:
This is why we are starting local barter-credit systems! Email me for details.
A Fork in the Road - Ron Paul So, if we accept that digital currencies are inevitable and that arguably their emergence has been accelerated by the corona crisis, the real question is, Who controls them? Who issues and distributes them? Who determines their value? We stand at a historic crossroads and the answer to these questions can determine the kind of future we’ll wake up to. It could be a very bleak one, if the power remains with governments and centralizedinstitutions. In this scenario, money will retain all the flaws and vulnerabilities of today’s fiat currencies, only its digital nature will amplify them to an unimaginable extent. The privacy violations of today will become simply unstoppable, a mere fact of life, while disastrous monetary policies, like negative rates, so far only cushioned by individuals’ ability to sidestep them through physical cash, will be forcibly and uniformly transmitted throughout the economy.
· The Dangers Posed by State-Controlled Digital Currency | Claudio Grass [Patrick Bestall]
Ex-Illuminati Zagami Interviewed by Alex Jones (30 min):
Leo Zagami joins Alex Jones live via Skype to expose the possible resignation of Pope Francis, the war in Ukraine, and how the appointment of a new pope will converge with the crisis in eastern Europe into an end times scenario.
If Zagami's prediction is right again (he predicted that Benedict would be replaced 5 years before Pope Francis), then he might be right again about the next pope coming from Africa. If he's black and takes the name "Peter" he'll be the last pope. Tom Horn will be out of business because he made similar predictions just 2 years before Francis, and called him the last pope.
Interesting statement about the exorcists setting up shop far from the Vatican to prepare for a spiritual battle.
WOW ALEX- WHY did you constantlyinterrupt Leo, almost every time he was going to make important points which could have helped more people comprehend what was going on? Why?
Russia Is Winning the Financial War:
Read this in your browser at LewRockwell.com Friday, June 24th, 2022
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773 views Premiered 11 hours ago in a move to secretly cover up his unqualified efforts to handle the high fuel prices, Joe Biden recently requested the congress to suspend the gas tax for 90 days so that the families could get a little bit of relief from the rising fuel prices. However, not only did the Republicans heavily criticize this request but also the Democrats. [Michael Lewis] & [YouTube]
The most troubling thing about Israel's Knesset dissolving, is the next 4 months. . .
Things are speeding up in Israel - interesting the new left leader hosts Biden July 13 (God's No. for REBELLION in Scripture). Click on the 3 dots to open the article from The Israel Guys (from the States, working in Israel - Ha Yovel).
Learned that God IS (for the past ten years according to the secular astronomer) shortening the days (for the sake of the elect or none would be saved - Mat. 24:22 - hmmmm - there's '22' again - like the last chapter in the Bible!). We KNOW God's Word will never pass away, so the number of days cannot be changed (1260, 1290, 1330), so they have to be shortened in length. (The sun's poles are flipping, causing the days to no longer be 24 hours - small changes each year, making them increasingly shorter.)
Won't take you long to skim this article from Israel and see what they watch in these next 4 months...
By now you’ve heard the news. Israel’s Knesset is in the process of being dissolved, and new elections will be called for the fifth time in the last three years. Unlike the US, Israel is based on a parliamentary system, and when a government loses their majority coalition, it can easily be brought down and new elections called. With several Knesset Members bolting from the coalition recently, it was only a matter of time before this government’s days were numbered.
This last year will go down as one of the most unique and strange time periods in Israel’s political history. Naftali Bennett, once considered a strong conservative politician, will be remembered as someone who broke his promises, catered to the liberal and Muslim parties, and accomplished next to nothing during his one-year tenure as prime minister. With reports of an early retirement from political life, it is clear that Bennett will have difficulty salvaging his reputation in the months and years to come.
Supreme Court gives States Green Light to Ban Abortion, overturning Roe:
The Supreme Court on Friday revoked the constitutional right to an abortion that has been in place for half a century — overturning Roe v. Wade on a 5-4 vote, clearing the way for dozens of states to swiftly ban the procedure and throwing the country into uncharted political, legal, social, and medical territory.
The bombshell decision is set to upend races across the country as governors, attorneys general, and other state and local leaders gain new powers to decide when abortion will be permitted, if at all, and who should be prosecuted and potentially incarcerated when bans take effect.
The high court’s vote to overturn nearly five decades of court rulings upholding a right to end a pregnancy won the support of five of the court’s six conservative justices while Chief Justice John Roberts and the court’s three liberal justices opposed the overruling Roe. [POLITICO]
DOC Comes CLEAN (1 Min)
Diesel Running Dry @ TRUCK STOPS (35 Min)
Shaking Head: 4th of JULY: Independence from G0D DAY (43 Min)
HER Husband is Gone (2 Min)
MOM Asking why she got Letter for Child to be Jabbed (6 Min)
What’s in th# CODE (1 Min)
Amandha: Choose Your PATH Wisely (2 Min)
Classic: Myron gives History Lesson on our Past (153 Min)
SCOTUS ruling on guns
In a 6-3 ruling, the Supreme Court has struck down New York’s requirement that citizens prove to the government that they have a specific need to carry a weapon for self-defense outside their homes.
Writing for the majority, Justice Thomas said the Second Amendment right to bear arms for self-defense is not a second class right subject to an entirely different body of rules than other rights. For instance, you don’t have to prove to the government that you have a need to voice unpopular speech or freely exercise your religious beliefs.
Justice Alito concurred, writing, "Today, unfortunately, many Americans have good reason to fear that they will be victimized if they are unable to protect themselves. And today, no less than in 1791, the Second Amendment guarantees their right to do so.”
This is a major victory for gun rights, but if you follow the Constitution, it’s hard to imagine it going any other way. The law was obviously unconstitutional from the start, and with each passing day, as New York’s liberal policies hampered police responses and allowed crime to flourish, the need for self-protection wherever you went became increasingly urgent. Personally, I don’t know how the Justices could keep a straight face listening to lawyers from New York argue that nobody needs to carry a weapon to feel safe…in NEW YORK.
Meanwhile back in Canada, what a difference a few months can make!
https://www.cbc.ca › news › canada › calgary › police-chiefs-handgun-ban-1.52…
2019-08-14 · (Robert Short/CBC) The Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police won't be supporting a call for a ban on handguns despite concerns about gun violence in a number of major cities including Toronto....
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https://toronto.citynews.ca › 2021 › 02 › 17 › canada-police-chiefs...
2021-02-17 · Canada’s police chiefs are welcoming the new gun control measures introduced by the federal government but they have concerns about possible complications. Evan Bray, Regina’s police chief who co-chairs the firearms committee with the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Huh?
The Canadian gun debate, which has mainly focused on handgun bans, dominated the House of Commons throughout 2021, with Liberals saying they will not impose a nationwide ban but will work with provinces and cities to get handguns off the streets. (Jan 10, 2022) Most Canadians want a ban on handguns. So why hasn’t it happened?
A lack of new gun safety measures could be a deal-breaker for Canadians who put their trust in the Liberals’ election promises, says NDP public safety critic Alistair MacGregor.
In an interview with Canada’s National Observer, MacGregor says the NDP is worried about a “patchwork quilt” of gun control policy since the laws could vary province to province.
The minority Trudeau government finds itself caught between Conservatives, who say they’re going too far by banning certain assault weapons and proposing to outlaw handguns, and the NDP, who argue handguns should be banned.
"It will be illegal to buy, sell, transfer or import handguns anywhere in Canada," the Prime Minister said. Families of shooting victims joined him at a press conference in Ottawa.
Well scratch my head [Patrick Bestall]
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I will catch up on MONDAY!Have a Great Week-end