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Monday 8-8-22

Summary as I am able:

8-8-22 Monday

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💥God’s WORD for TODAY!

And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes; and there shall be no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain: for the former things are passed away.

Revelation 21:4 KJV

Then saith he unto his disciples, the harvest truly is plenteous, but the labourers are few; Pray ye therefore the Lord of the harvest, that he will send forth labourers into his harvest.

Matthew 9:37-38 KJV

that I may know him, and the power of his resurrection, and the fellowship of his sufferings, being made conformable unto his death; if by any means I might attain unto the resurrection of the dead.

Philippians 3:10-11 KJV

Today’s thought:

“Human Beings are works in progress that mistakenly think they are finished. Our loving Heavenly Father sees us for who we have the potential to become. He wants us to see what He sees. Then, rather than defining ourselves by who we have been, we can begin to become who God wants us to be.”

You come finally to believe anything you tell yourself often enough — even if it is not true.

Napoleon HILL [Man’s View] If you repeat something over and over to yourself, your subconscious mind will eventually begin to accept it as fact. When something has been accepted as truth by your subconscious mind, it will work overtime to transform the idea into physical reality. You can take advantage of this by programming your mind to think positive thoughts. Use self-motivators or affirmations to persuade your subconscious that you are capable of doing anything you wish. Repeat the self-motivator several times a day until it becomes an automatic reaction to recall a positive phrase whenever you begin to doubt yourself. Replace “I can’t” with “I will!”

GOD’s VIEW: Php_4:13 I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me.

Today’s WORLD:

💥💥💥I’m flying to the UN today to file a Human Rights Complaint against Trudeau!💥💥💥

UN Human Rights Council

The Canadian government continues to violate the human rights of political dissidents in Canada. So, Rebel News is sending a team to Switzerland to file a formal complaint against Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at the United Nations Human Rights Council.

#1. Calgary Pastor Tim Stephens was arrested for refusing to force his congregation to comply with government COVID-19 rules on places of worship.

#2. Edmonton Pastor James Coates spent 35 days in jail when he disobeyed public health regulations on places of worship that he said violated the religious freedom of his congregation.

#3. Pastor Artur Pawlowski has been arrested several times. His trouble started when he was feeding the homeless in downtown Calgary and was fined for holding an illegal public gathering.

#4. Whistle Stop Cafe Owner, Chris Scott, was in jail for three days for protesting the government's lockdown policies on his small business.

#5. Pastor Rodney and Tracy Fortin of Church in the Vine have been outspoken lockdown critics since the onset of COVID-19 restrictions and were fined $80K for obstructing a public health inspector.

#6. Tamara Lich, one of the organizers behind the Freedom Convoy, was in prison for nearly 50 days without bail.

Despite COVID-19 restrictions lifting across the country, we must not forget what was done to our civil liberties over the past two years in the name of health and safety.

#7. That's why Rebel News is flying Chief Reporter Sheila Gunn Reid(@SheilaGunnReid) and legal-eagle Sarah Miller (@SCM07) economy-class from Alberta to Geneva to hand deliver an official complaint to the United Nations Human Rights Council regarding Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's treatment of politicaldissidents in Canada.

You can read the complaint for yourself right here.

Between the flights, the humble accommodations, and meals, this project will cost us more than $15,000, even though we’re going economy class all the way. [Rebel News]

Additional Rebel News:

By Rebel News

By William Diaz-Berthiaume

Catholic & Orthodox together?

"What you meant for evil, God meant for good" Pope Francis - I believe God will use this "unity" for good, breaking down all the old walls, the hundreds of old ruts we plowed in the earth over the past 2,000 years - as He separates the tares from the wheat and builds just two piles: the genuine and the counterfeit.

Our VIDEO indicates that this will happen!

Bestall & Brooks - revealing God's puzzle - watch now:

YMCA = Young Men’s Christian Association?

Not only was this man "helping" little girls change out of their bathing suits, but this man was also hired and assigned by the YMCA to "oversee" these little girls in the locker room.

[Patrick Bestall]

Food supply THREAT:

💥💥If California cuts off water to farms, ALL of America will face food shortages:

It has become something of a joke to many conservatives to wish the worst for California due to the state’s left-leaning political structure. But what many “red” state inhabitants fail to recognize is that without Californian agriculture, the country would starve.

Fresh leafy greens, citrus fruits, almonds, avocados, rice, and so much more is grown in California, while the rest of the country – and especially America’s heartland – grows primarily genetically modified (GMO) corn, soybeans, and (hybridized) wheat.

Unless you want to be eating only high-fructose corn syrup (HFCS) and soybean oil next year, you had better hope that California figures out a way to get enough water to its farms, otherwise there will almost certainly be shortages of many of your favorite foods.

“I am so shocked and saddened by the comments from Midwesterners regarding California’s water shortage that I felt compelled to respond,” reads a submission from someone who reads the Desert Sun about this issue.

“Evidently, many in the Midwest are unaware that the bulk of California’s water is used for agriculture, not lawns, golf courses, or ‘thirsty people.’ The food grown and raised in California is sent all over the country, it doesn’t just stay here in California.”

If you do NOT have an Emergency Plan for ‘Food Shortages’ this fall… you may find yourself in Food-Lines!

Preparedness Planning is a MUST!

While California’s water supply is certainly mismanaged, to say the least, the state is also facing a serious drought situation. There is only so much that can be done, in other words, to get what little water there is to everywhere it needs to be. As we reported back in the spring, Sierra snowpack levels fell to the lowest levels in 72 years – snowpack that melts and provides water to farms.

Sure, California could stop dumping its freshwater into the ocean in order to save endangered” fish species, or perhaps build more desalination plants. But would it be enough? “Desalination of the ocean is one piece of the puzzle to provide water for the West Coast; however, it is also very expensive and would make any food grown with it unaffordable for the average American,” reads the rest of the reader submission to the Desert Sun.

California could cease to grow food for the country and then we would have enough water for our own residents. Are Midwesterners ready for the nationwide food shortages that will ensue?” To blame one side of the political aisle over the other for this mess is short-sighted. If anything, the entire country is being judged with California as the vehicle of that judgment.

In the coming months when grocery store shelves start running out of organic romaine lettuce and fresh nuts, Americans will wish they had prayed for the situation in California rather than mock it.

Perhaps the overwhelming pride of this country will face a serious wake-up call-in humility once California, America’s food basket, is no longer able to deliver the things we have all learned to take for granted.

If California suffers, we all suffer. This is no laughing matter, and it is not something at which to point and laugh as if it will have no impact on you.

[Food Collapse]

[Patrick Bestall]

What "Climate Emergency"?

On Saturday the US Senate passed a $369 billion deal for the “climate emergency” agenda. The legislation is not even based on factual data.

And they passed this behemoth in a straight party line vote during a recession.

With Senator Krysten Sinema’s approval, the last Democrat holdout for the Manchin-Schumer deal they called “The Inflation Reduction Act”, has finally given in to the $369 billion climate blowout.

Half of the funds raised by this deal will come from Americans earning less than $400,000 according to the Joint Committee on Taxation.

Even worse, a new study by The Heartland Institute shows that 96% of climate data used to justify this climate push is flawed. Climate experts have consistently pushed back against climate alarmist narratives.

A new study, Corrupted Climate Stations: The Official U.S. Surface Temperature Record Remains Fatally Flawed, finds approximately 96 percent of U.S. temperature stations used to measure climate change fail to meet what the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) considers to be “acceptable” and uncorrupted placement by its own published standards.

The report, published by The Heartland Institute, was compiled via satellite and in-person survey visits to NOAA weather stations that contribute to the official” land temperature data in the United States. The research shows that 96% of these stations are corrupted by localized effects of urbanization – producing heat-bias because of their close proximity to asphalt, machinery, and other heat-producing, heat-trapping, or heat-accentuating objects. Placing temperature stations in such locations violates NOAA’s own published standards (see section 3.1 at this link), and strongly undermines the legitimacy and the magnitude of the official consensus on long-term climate warming trends in the United States.

“With a 96 percent warm-bias in U.S. temperature measurements, it is impossible to use any statistical methods to derive an accurate climate trend for the U.S.” said Heartland Institute Senior Fellow Anthony Watts, the director of the study. “Data from the stations that have not been corrupted by faulty placement show a rate of warming in the United States reduced by almost half compared to all stations.” [Anthony Watts]

[Patrick Bestall]

Will Mother Nature rule us?

In pagan societies, when the crops failed or climate changed too much, superstitious people made sacrifices to placate Mother Nature, instead of using Christian scientific ingenuity to subdue her.

God blessed them and said to them, “Be fruitful and increase in number; fill the earth and subdue (not pollute) it. Rule over the fish in the sea and the birds in the sky and over every living creature that moves on the ground.” - Genesis 1:28

Isaiah 24:5-15 The earth lies polluted under its inhabitants; for they have transgressed the laws, violated the statutes, broken the everlasting covenant.

6 minutes - Alex Jones

The Aztecs worshiped the water God Tlaloc. Tlaloc was no different than the climate change overlords now demanding humanity sacrifice itself to their Great Reset. The circle is unbroken. It is known that the Tlalocan sacrifices were not cremated as was customary, instead they were buried in the ground with seeds planted in their faces. Metaphorically, this ritual is once again being doled out to humanity by way of Government, Propaganda, and Sabotage. The overlords posing as our saviors call for mass sacrifice once again as avarice, power, and hubris drive their madness forward. [Patrick Bestall]


💥💥Inflation Reduction Act Won't Reduce Inflation:

Contradicting claims from Senate Democrats, a report from the independent Congressional Budget Office (CBO) indicates that the measures in the $740 billion Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 (IRA) would have a marginal to negative impact on inflation.

Citing from the Build Back Better Act, a proxy for the IRA, the CBO wrote that the "estimate of the deficit reduction [for the Build Back Better Act] was lowered by $11.0 billion over the 2022-2031 period." Additionally, as CBO Director Phillip Swagel noted, if the bill passes, then "in calendar year 2023, inflation would probably be between 0.1 percentage point lower and 0.1 percentage point higher under the bill than it would be under current law, CBO estimates."

The Tax Foundation stated: "The bill worsens inflation, especially in the first two years, as revenue raisers take time to ramp up and the deficit increases. We find that budget deficits would increase from 2023 to 2025, potentially worsening inflation ... On balance, the long-run impact on inflation is particularly uncertain but likely close to zero."

But according to The Associated Press, the IRA, which passed the Senate on Sunday in a 51-50 vote, is being praised as an achievement of President Joe Biden's vision to control global warming, reduce costs of pharmaceutical drugs and tax large corporations. The bill now heads to the House.

After the bill's passage, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., noted the "elation" his Democratic colleagues felt.

"As you know," Schumer stated in a Sunday press conference after the final vote, "it's been a long, tough and winding road. At last, we've arrived; and we are elated. Every member of my caucus is elated about what happened, because we really would change the world in a way that you rarely get an opportunity to do that."

Still speaking about the inflation bill, Schumer added, "The Senate has now passed the most significant bill to fight the climate crisis ever, and it's going to make a difference to my grandkids. The world will be a better place for my grandchildren because of what we did today. And that makes me feel very, very good." [News Max]

The Tragedy of Russell Moore:

💥 The Tragedy of Russell Moore | Religion & Politics (

Everybody has to draw the line somewhere. For the Rev. Russell Moore, it appears to have happened over the way the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) has handled racism and sexual abuse allegations within its ranks. Last month, he resigned as president of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission, the SBC’s public policy arm in Washington, D.C.

Commentators quickly praisedMoore amid the controversy generated by his departure. Writing for The Atlantic, Peter Wehner, a prominent Christian writer and former George W. Bush speechwriter, portrayed Moore as a paragon of integrity compared to the unethical opposition he faced within the denomination. The Washington Post columnist Kathleen Parker called Moore a “prophet in a time of darkness” who “has single-handedly brought the evangelical world to its knees.” She added that “his greatest sin seems to be that he often thinks, speaks and acts as a Christian.”

Moore deserves many of these accolades, but the hagiographers miss the real lesson of this morality tale. As Southern Baptists gather this week for their annual meeting in Nashville, it is important to see there is more to the story.

Parker claimed Moore’s critique of the SBC leadership represented “an unflinching indictment” of the country’s largest Protestant denomination. Wehner suggested Moore’s exit requires a reckoning with “the crises of American Christendom.” Such rhetoric depicts a righteous Christian servant driven out by, in Wehner’s words, “hypocritical religious leaders who abandon their calling and lead others astray.” That story may be true, yet it fails to capture the full dynamics at play, some of which Moore helped set into motion long ago.

As a Baptist pastor and journalist, I see these recent developments as the latest chapter in an ongoing saga. Throughout the 1980s and 90s, Southern Baptist leaders purged suspected “moderates” and “liberals” from their seminaries, prominent pulpits, and other positions of institutional power. In the 2000s, the next generation of SBC leaders—including Moore—joined the battle. Looking back a couple decades casts a different shadow over what is unfolding today.

What if Moore’s story is a Shakespearean tragedy where the hero’s fall is caused by the hero’s own flaws? Perhaps this all should be understood not as an isolated case of denominational martyrdom but as a warning about the dangers of fundamentalism often at work in U.S. religion and politics.

Before Moore arrived as a Ph.D. student at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky, dramatic shifts had already occurred. After assuming its presidency in 1993, Albert Mohler transformed the school into a significantly more conservative institution by forcing out female professors, shuttering programs that conflicted with his ideology, and dismissing staff who challenged his leadership. Moore would serve under his mentor as a theology professor, dean of the school of theology, and eventually senior vice president for academic administration. During his tenure at Southern, Moore began wielding his pen like a mighty sword in writing for the SBC’s Baptist Press and other outlets.

A favorite target was the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship, formed by Southern Baptist exiles who lamented the SBC’s rightward shift. Organizations that included both Southern and Cooperative Baptists—like the Baptist World Alliance and the New Baptist Covenant—also earned Moore’s scorn. I remember his writings at the time—which he later admitted were “pugnacious” and “quarrelsome”—as a minister who has spoken at CBF events and served on committees for the BWA and New Baptist Covenant. I’ve also been called a “liberal nitwit” by Mohler.

Understanding the attacks by Moore and other SBC leaders on their fellow Baptists requires grasping what sociologist Lester R. Kurtz called “the politics of heresy.” In this paradigm, the “heretic” is someone who is both near and remote. They are part of the faith but divergent from leadership in some way—a combination that renders them dangerous to leadership. True outsiders are less likely to persuade people to change beliefs relative to “deviant insiders” who are potential insurrectionists. Thus, these dangerous individuals must be pushed further away.

This, Kurtz explains, makes heresy “essentially a problem of political authority.” Someone inside the group challenging a dominant ideology poses a risk to the authority of those in charge. Labeling critics as “heretics” and then attacking them as such works to establish clear boundaries of what is acceptable, while also promoting solidarity by defining who “we” are in opposition to “them.”

In his earlier days, Moore followed these ritualistic patterns as he attacked “other” Baptists, especially those who seemed close to power or threatened to undermine the claims of SBC leadership. For example, in 2006, he labeled CBF “a parasitic movement,” employing a biological metaphor that implies a bloodsucking creature wreaking harm on the body (or, in this case, the body of Christ) that makes removal an imperative (which is why Moore later argued the “parasite” metaphor was inappropriate for Christians to use about immigrants). He further alleged that CBF members were corrupting to “churches founded on biblical authority and confessional orthodoxy.” That is, he described them as heretics without formally using the term.

Similarly, Moore joined SBC leaders in criticizing CBF for altering its purpose statement. Moore argued, “This represents the eclipse of Christ in the moderate Baptist movement … For years, CBF leaders and divinity schools have rejected the necessity of faith in Christ for salvation.” The offending new mission statement? That CBF would “serve Christians and churches as they discover and fulfill their God-given mission.”

He also excoriated the Baptist World Alliance, a global network that brings together 241 unions in 126 countries and territories with 47 million believers in 169,000 churches, following the SBC’s decision to break ties with the fellowship. According to Moore, the BWA lacked “a defined orthodox Baptist witness in the world.” Southern Baptist evangelist Billy Graham, on the other hand, continued his support of the BWA and its global witness.

Additionally, Moore targeted his ire on the New Baptist Covenant, a convening by former President Jimmy Carter to unite Baptists in common cause across racial and denominational lines. With selective guilt-by-association tactics, Moore dismissed the gathering as “voodoo ecumenism” and an event for “the Baptist left.” He claimed it was driven by “Baptist liberals” while ignoring the presence of prominent conservative speakers—including Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA) and leaders of state Southern Baptist organizations—and attendees from the SBC itself and other conservative Baptist bodies like the General Association of General Baptists.

All this attention and criticism by Moore to those outside his definition of Baptist “orthodoxy” followed the patterns laid out by Kurtz. Within religious groups, there are discursive struggles to wield power and define identity. Those socio-political forces allow some to gain dominance and enforce their ways, while those refusing to follow are punished via excommunication (or, in Baptist terms, “disfellowshipping”). Moore’s “pugnacious” attacks raised his prominence and opened opportunities in a denominational culture built on fighting for new boundary lines of orthodoxy.

Despite the remorse he has expressed about the tone of his early writings (some which remain on his own website), his efforts were effective in reinforcing an SBC system where power is accumulated through the ritualistic branding and casting out of heretics.

These rhetorical methods that Moore so deftly utilized in the past foreshadowed the attacks he faced in stewarding the ERLC. The very culture that rewarded Moore for attacking “other” Baptists turned on him with similar viciousness.

For instance, one of the primaries aims of President Carter in organizing the New Baptist Covenant was confronting racism. Moore now complains that his own efforts on this front brought him unfair criticism within the SBC. Ironically, his previous diatribes against “Baptist liberals” are echoed in the report of an official SBC task force describing concerns about Moore’s ERLC having “a leftward political drift.” Mike Stone, a key member of that task force, is running against Mohler this week for SBC president.

Moore, previously the doctrinal defender of the SBC, has become a Baptist apostate, leaving not only his powerful perch but the denomination itself. While there is a temptation to preach an extended sermon about the biblical admonition that one will reap what they sow, no one deserves the self-described “psychological terror” Moore endured in recent years. Moreover, his moral consistency in opposition to Bill Clinton and Donald Trump remains a shining exception in a world of partisan hypocrisy. His advocacy for religious liberty for Muslims, for racial justice, for immigration reform that welcomes the stranger, and for victims of sexual abuse are all worthy of praise.

Moore’s fall is akin to the death of Victor Frankenstein, the scientist in Mary Shelley’s novel whose own errors in creating the creature cause his fateful demise. The outcome was not deserved; readers are not led to applaud. It is a tragedy all around.

The consequences of this new tragedy extend beyond Moore to the SBC itself. Given the attacks he faced and a new round of “heresy” battles, it seems unlikely that the next ERLC head will take the same courageous stands on combating racism and eradicating sexual abuse within America’s largest Protestant denomination. That makes all of us worse off.

The lesson does not end there. This chapter in the life of the SBC serves as a broader warning sign about the dangers of fundamentalism in all its forms. When one’s power, authority, or position is derived from demarcating and defending orthodoxy, then singling out more heretics is always necessary. The status one holds depends on maintaining loyalties and passing purity tests.

In politics, former House Speaker John Boehner discovered this truism. He rose to power by channeling the energies of the Tea Party; those same forces became his undoing. Those within the GOP who aided and abetted the rise of former President Trump now face a similar crisis. The politics of fundamentalism necessitates finding new “heretics.”

A century ago, the liberal Baptist (and sometimes Presbyterian) pastor Henry Emerson Fosdick famously asked, “Shall the Fundamentalists Win?” Perhaps the better question now is: “Shall the fundamentalists accept their win?” Apparently not. The recent history of the Southern Baptist Convention makes clear that the fundamentalists have won time after time, yet they are determined to keep on fighting.

Perhaps Russell Moore realized the real heresy was sticking around for the next battle. The more faithful response—for the sake of one’s religious and political soul—is to walk away.

[Religion & Politics]

[Patrick Bestall]


Morning Update:

💥💥More Emergency Departments across Canada forced to Temporarily Close because of Staff Shortages: 💥💥

Ottawa’s Montfort Hospital was among the hospitals across Canada forced to close their emergency departments over the weekend, suggesting that the most acute effects of the country’s shortage of nurses are starting to spread beyond smaller communities and into large urban centres. The closing was a result of what Montfort called “an unprecedented shortage of nurses” caused by work absences related to COVID-19 infections, fatigue and vacations.

Carleton Place and District Memorial Hospital, located just outside the city, also closed its emergency department for 24 hours over the weekend because of staffing issues, exacerbating the service disruption in the area.

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The following information is found on the internet and is usually not referenced by the Mainstream media [MSM]. It is my intention to present this information so that one has a better knowledgebase from which to make judgements. These are not necessarily my views; however, they need to be considered if one is not to become biased as only one side of a discussion is presented. Much of the content of this BLOG is re-printed Material. Consider, do your own research, and make up your own mind.


Here is what is circulating on the Inter-Net:

Current Suppositions:

The following is Rumour… make up your own mind:

It’s Time.

· Liquidity of the Global Currency Reset remained imminent for Tier4B (us, the Internet Group).

· On Sat. 6 Aug. Israel launched Air Strikes to Gaza & Missiles to Israel, while China deployed 66 War Planes, 14 War Ships & 22 Aircrafts that crossed the Taiwan Strait.

· The Covid Vaccine was causing Myocarditis in both adults and children, giving them a potential to die within a few years, plus was more effective (81%) to cause miscarriages than the common Abortion Pill RU486.

· The collapse of the World Financial Economy was in progress, along with global Food Shortages, High Gas Prices and Supply Chain Disruptions.

· The US was in an Economic Slowdown equaling a Recession, that was turning into a Depression, as was in the UK, all of Europe and Asian Countries.

News for Sun. 7 Aug. 2022:

· Near Death Civilization Event in Progress. The Storm is coming in heavy. Almost every major country is preparing for Civil unrest connected to the collapse of world economy/ food shortage growing/ high gas prices/ supply chain disruption. The collapse of fiat system is just beginning (where the sheep can finally see there is something happening and Biden or their governments were lying).

· Sun. 7 Aug. Update on Israeli War:

· Sun. 7 Aug: Taiwan claimed China deployed at least 66 War Planes and 14 War Ships in the nearby areas while 22 Aircrafts crossed the line dividing the Taiwan Strait.

· Q Said Israel Was Last. On Sat. 6 Aug. Israel Launched Air Strikes to Gaza & Missiles to Israel. Sun. 7 Aug. Update:

· On Sun. 7 Aug. Q said 24 hours between Darkness to Light. Huge Bombs incoming.

· Evidently Trump avoided a US Nuclear World War III with China through a last minute phone call to Xi Jinping on the Pelosi visit to Taiwan.

· Charlie Ward: Confusion will deepen over the next three months and the World will experience a Near Death Experience. No secret Rapture will take place – it will be a performance. There will be no public arrests of prominent people in the near future. They are wanting them to live in fear as they have done to us. Elections won’t go ahead in November. Something will happen in Oct to stop it because our elections were still being manipulated.

· Russia drops evidence proving Big Pharma and DNC attacking World with Covid and Monkey Pox:

· Sun. 7 Aug. John Durham Report: Justice is coming. Today is the day that they fear so much. Today everything changes. Many will be punished for what they’ve done. I am here and I am ready. My duty to end the suffering of my beloved nation will be completed. My reports and much more, evidence that will bury the neo-liberal clique will echo throughout the United States. God bless you all.

· “Nostradamus Effect: The Third Antichrist (S1, E1):

· Game over! US General supports Trump on Jan. 6 Inquiry:

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