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Tuesday 7-4-23

Tuesday 7 – 4 - 23

Verse(s) for today:

…but made himself of no reputation, and took upon him the form of a servant, and was made in the likeness of men: and being found in fashion as a man, he humbled himself, and became obedient unto death, even the death of the cross.

Philippians 2:7-8 KJV

Have not I commanded thee? Be strong and of a good courage; be not afraid, neither be thou dismayed: for the LORD thy God is with thee whithersoever thou goest.

Joshua 1:9 KJV

The next day John seeth Jesus coming unto him, and saith, Behold the Lamb of God, which taketh away the sin of the world.

John 1:29 KJV

Thought(s) for the Day:


Christians are dying. They are brutalized, humiliated, tortured – the worst atrocities imaginable

As we prepare to celebrate our freedom here in America, we must remember that Christians in much of the world have no freedom. Just to believe in Jesus can be a death sentence in some countries.

In Pakistan, we're representing multiple young Christians who have literally been sentenced to death by hanging for their faith.

90% of all Christians killed for their faith are in Nigeria. It's genocide, and the Biden Administration INTENTIONALLY removed Nigeria from a critical persecution watchlist (which our own Mike Pompeo had put in place when he was Secretary of State). In fact, our FOIA caught Biden officials acknowledging just how bad it is: "We fully expect a robust FOIA on this decision and perhaps some Hill screaming as well . . ."

Christians are screaming for help, for their very lives, and THIS is what the Biden Administration says? It's despicable.

Together, we really are these dying Christians' last line of defense. In just days, our international legal team is flying to the U.N. Human Rights Council in Geneva. We are hosting an EMERGENCY meeting at the U.N. to force action to address the plight of Christians in Pakistan and Nigeria – before it's too late.

But we urgently need YOU. TODAY we are launching our Matching Challenge. Every gift is doubled. $25 becomes $50; $50 becomes $100. We can't continue defending Christians without you.

We know times are tight for many of you, but you can still make an impact with us at the U.N.

[Jay Sekulow] [ACLJ Chief Counsel]

EU-Backed Anti-White Race Riots Designed to Plunge Europe into Permanent Martial Law:

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What I saw in my first day in France:

I arrived in Marseille, France, yesterday to cover the riots in this country. Well over a thousand rioters have been arrested, and their average age has been 17, with one suspect as young as 13.

The riots were sparked by the death of a 17-year-old named Nehal Marzouk, who was shot by police after a car chase. For a week, riots have raged across France and even into neighbouring Belgium and Switzerland.

The riots have calmed down now; Nehal’s funeral was two days ago, and things are less intense. But even a “calm” night in France means hundreds of incidents, including hundreds of acts of arson — particularly targeting cars, for some reason. Marseille is boarding up its smashed windows. Literally thousands of graffiti messages cover the city, including “Justice pour Nehal” (Justice for Nehal), “Nik la police” (F. the police) and even “Tue la police” (Kill the police.) But if you squint your eyes a bit, you’d think everything is just fine in this gorgeous, ancient port city with its beautiful architecture and countless yachts.

Here’s an interesting video: I visited a Volkswagen dealership where the night before, a mob of young men — some as young as 12 — broke in, managed to find the keys to all the cars in the lot, and stole 42 cars. I spoke to the terrified owner of the dealership.

Click here to watch that video now, including a triumphal video of the break-in, recorded on the cell phone of one of the mobs:

France is on fire. For five days straight, migrant youth have been rioting across the country.

But the mainstream media in North America is virtually ignoring it. Why?

Who are the rioters? Are they young men upset about a police shooting? Or criminal gangs taking advantage of an opportunity to steal? Or — and I've seen some reports of this — is there an anti-France, anti-western motivation? Could it even be terrorism?

These don’t look like the run-of-the-mill protests that are part of France’s daily life, usually demanding more hand-outs from the government.

This time, rioters are using guns. They’re hijacking vehicles, looting some stores and torching others. Hundreds of police have been injured. Hundreds of rioters have been arrested.

What’s going on?

France has had open borders for years; they have a massive, unassimilated migrant population with high unemployment. Trudeau has recently tripled Canada’s immigration levels. Are there lessons from France we could learn — especially what not to do?

I don’t trust the mainstream media. So, I'm going to see for myself. My head of video production, Efron Monsanto, and I are going to France to talk to real people on the ground to try to get to the bottom of what is going on.

[REBEL News Media]

What does robbing a Volkswagen dealership have to do with fighting against French police conduct or racism at all?

The family that owns the dealership appeared to be from an immigrant background themselves. How did destroying their business help anything?

It has been a challenge to engage with this story; France is a large country, and finding out about an act of arson or a robbery usually happens after the event. We were able to join a police WhatsApp group with constant updates, and we positioned ourselves near the police staging area.

Obviously, I’m against riots and I’m against violence. I’m also against racism and police brutality. I wonder what resolution, if any, will be possible here. Especially given France’s history as a secular society.

Many immigrants (especially Muslim immigrants from former French colonies in North Africa) say they are not treated as equals by France. I’m sure there’s truth to it. But many of the Muslim men I spoke with (in my broken French!) also say that their first allegiance is not to France.

I asked many migrants which country was first in their hearts — France or Algeria? (That’s where most of the ones I spoke with came from). Many of them answered, without missing a beat, “Algeria”. I asked in reply: how can you complain that you are not accepted as a full Frenchman when you just told me that you don’t even think of yourself as French first?

I should say, some Muslim immigrants gave me encouraging and hopeful answers — including the statement that every country has its share of racists, and France is welcoming and wonderful. Though some spoke about that welcome merely in terms of its generous welfare state. But I note that the more genial comments were from assimilated men who were integrated into society. Many others don’t speak French or associate with non-Muslims. The Muslim ghetto in Marseille is enormous. I wouldn’t necessarily call it a no-go zone, but it is a fact that ethnic French people simply do not go there unless they must.

The police say they expect another “relatively” calm night tonight; we’ll try to go to the action if we can find it, though we want to stay safe.

I’ll have more to say about my trip in the days ahead, and we’ll show you some of the conversations I had with the Muslim men who would speak with me (we are making sure our translation of the conversation is accurate).

Question: what would you say to the man who, when I asked him if his allegiance was to Algeria or to France, told me that his allegiance was to Islam?

I’ll have more reports to come.

If you want to see all of my reports from my mission here, please visit or click here. And if you’re able, please consider chipping in a few dollars to help cover the costs of our citizen journalism.


Yours truly,

Ezra Levant

P.S. The mainstream media are either ignoring the riots in France or ignoring the racial and religious elements of the conflict. My goal here is to find out what’s really going on, that I can see with my own eyes. I just don’t trust the CBC or the rest of them anymore.

P.P.S. If this happens in France today, could it happen in Canada, the UK, Australia or even America tomorrow?

P.P.P.S. I flew here on the cheapest airline I could find, and my cameraman and I are sharing a hotel room to keep costs down. Still, we’re probably going to spend $2,800 on this trip. If you think it’s valuable, please feel free to chip in to help us out by clicking here. (Thanks.)

Danielle Smith accused of ‘stalling’ clean energy:

This week on the Alberta Roundup with Rachel Emmanuel, Rachel discusses the Alberta government’s response to the federal government’s new Clean Fuel Regulations.

Also this week, Alberta Premier Danielle Smith was accused of “stalling” the transition to clean energy.

Rachel also has an exclusive interview with a Canadian woman who’s seeking treatment in the US after being denied an organ transplant in Canada.

You can donate to Sheila Annete Lewis’ GiveSendGo by clicking HERE.

And, some Alberta doctors are upset that former provincial chief medical health officer Deena Hinshaw’s recent job offer was rescinded.

Tune into the Alberta Roundup now! [True North News Media]

Donald Trump wins obscure election in Oregon after roll of the dice:

Former President Donald Trump has once again been pronounced the winner, this time of the race for the third director seat on the board of a fire protection district in rural Oregon.

On May 16, the tiny Hubbard Rural Fire Protection District, an area encompassing seven square miles about a half-hour south of Portland, held an election for its three director positions. Two incumbents, Michelle Luna and Michael Willis, easily coasted to re-election, but there was no declared candidate for the third position, inviting a write-in campaign from voters.

As might be expected, votes were scarce in this off-year election. In a district of 5,000 residents, just 25 votes were cast, mostly for high-profile characters, such as Trump, Snoop Dogg, Mickey Mouse, and Smokey Bear. After all the votes were tallied, five candidates, including the former president, each had two write-in votes.

To break the five-way tie, the law called for a literal roll of the dice, which was scheduled for 9 a.m. on June 23. As none of the five candidates attended the dice roll in person, representatives for each candidate were selected to roll on their candidate's behalf. After the first roll of two dice, three candidates — Trump, Rocky Sherwood, and Paula Smith — each rolled a 10 and advanced to the second round. In the second round, Trump's surrogate rolled a 12, easily defeating the other contenders, making the former president the sole winner of third director position on the board of the Hubbard Rural Fire Protection District.

Local officials claim they will reach out to Trump to see if he will accept the position, but they have their doubts. For one thing, Trump, who resides in Mar-a-Lago in Florida, neither lives nor owns property in the district, as required by law. "We don't even have a Donald Trump registered in the county," said Marion County Clerk Bill Burgess.

If Trump officially withdraws himself from contention, then officials will contact Sherwood and Smith, whose surrogates also tied with Trump's for 10 in the initial dice roll and who ostensibly live or own property in the district, to see if either of them are interested in the unpaid position. If neither of them is interested, then the position will be declared vacant and someone will be appointed to it.

"It just shows the persnicketiness that we go through when people are doing write-ins," Burgess added.

The board is expected to determine how to proceed at its next meeting, scheduled for July 12. The Trump campaign did not respond to a request for comment from Forbes.

H/T: the Gateway Pundit [The BLAZE Media]

Hunter Biden To Use Shady Art Market for Child Support Payment

Hunter Biden has settled his child support case, with the Arkansas woman that he fathered a 4-year-old child with, while in the throes of his drug addiction. Less than two weeks after the president’s son agreed to take a plea deal in a separate federal case against him, this puts an end to another legal dispute.

His finalized paternity agreement with, his former mistress, Lunden Roberts, specifies the use of his “paintings” as a means to pay at least some of his child support. This looks to be a raw deal for the child to be sure.

Reportedly Hunter Biden’s paternity agreement states:

“Defendant additionally agrees that he shall assign to the child [redacted] of his paintings over the next [redacted] which shall vary in size with a minimum size of 24×24. The child shall select the painting which shall either be sent to the child or sent to a gallery designated by Lunden Roberts. The net proceeds of any sales of paintings shall be wired to an account designated by Lunden Roberts.”

-Hunter Biden’s Paternity Agreement

A Senate subcommittee report detailed in 2020 how the art market serves as a vehicle for money laundering,

…“[Reportedly,] “while the art market is not regulated by the Bank Secrecy Act’s (“BSA”) requirements, it is governed by unwritten rules. A large number of art sales happen through intermediaries referred to as “art advisors” who can represent both purchasers and sellers. In a typical transaction, a purchaser may not ask who owns the piece of art they are purchasing; the seller may not ask for whom it is being purchased or the origin of the money. And in general an art advisor would be reluctant to reveal the identity of their client for fear of being cut out of the deal and losing the business….”

“While the four biggest auction houses have voluntary anti-money laundering (“AML”) programs, the employees who facilitated art purchases in the Subcommittee’s case study said they never asked the art advisor the identity of his client. Instead, the auction houses considered the art advisor the principal purchaser and performed any due diligence on the art advisor, even when it was well-known that the ultimate owner was someone else….”

“When a piece of art is sold, there is no legal requirement for the selling party to confirm the identity of the buyer or that the buyer is not laundering money through the purchase. With regard to the funds used to purchase art, the auction houses told the Subcommittee they rely on financial institutions to ensure the integrity of the funds, even though the auction houses interact directly with the buyer.”…

-Senate subcommittee report

Hence, anonymity, secrecy, and a lack of regulation create an environment ripe for laundering money and evading sanctions. Hunter it would seem has been trying to cash in on his infamous, scandal-ridden history, by using an unregulated market. In a shady industry, without such notoriety, Hunter Biden’s art would be worth virtually nothing and his daughter would be the recipient of a very raw deal, especially with no one seeking to launder money through the purchase of her father’s paintings.

According to the Washington Post, Hunter Biden anonymously sold about 12 paintings for less than $500,000. It is unclear how much money the art generated at the sale, but estimates suggest he earned at least five times more than the average American artist as a novice painter.

His daughter would also see no-where near that level of income, from the sale of any his paintings. Hunter is basically, hoping to inflate the value of these paintings, without regard for what he knows they are really worth. How any father could treat his own flesh and blood with so little regard, demonstrates the selfish person, that Hunter Biden is. This little girl deserves better.

“Real dads support their children without the law telling them they have to.”

-Anonymous [Patriot Digest]

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