Sunday 25th of October 2020

a tremendous godly creature stirs jealous passions...


The announcement that controversial TV evangelist Paula White will perform a special role at the inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump has angered many Americans, especially Christians on the conservative right.

The Presidential Inaugural Committee announced on Friday (AEST) that Ms White would be one of six religious leaders participating in the swearing-in ceremony. The group will say prayers for Mr Trump, according to several reports.

Ms White, 50, who pastors a so-called ‘mega church’ with 10,000 members in Florida, was an outspoken Trump supporter throughout his campaign against Hillary Clinton, calling him “caring”, “compassionate” and “a Christian”.

The pair have known each other since 2002, and she regularly engages in hour-long prayer sessions with Mr Trump and his family, TIME reported. Mr Trump has described her as a “tremendous friend”.

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the prayer room...

Eric Trump is not the only member of his family who has come to rely on White, 50, a popular televangelist who believes that intercessory prayer can have an immediate impact on shaping events. After she saw Eric, she went to her room in the Trump campaign’s Cleveland hotel, where she spent the next four hours praying for Donald Trump as he prepared for his prime-time convention address. Then at the candidate’s invitation, she met the Republican nominee, his wife Melania and 10-year old son Barron for another circle of prayer in their room.


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but not a scientist in sight...

As Rush Holt, the Chief Executive Officer of AAAS, said in his editorial of 17 November 2016 "...decisions made with scientific input are more likely to succeed." But hell, we prefer to believe in fairies, gods of various kinds, economics and father christmas rather than understand how things work. We prefer tinsel to reality. Politics that calls itself "political science" is a massive deception heaped upon the people. Most of "political science" is based on creating fake parameters designed for people to accept a bad outcome such as a kind stick up the arse, while the rich get richer.


Even democracy is based on the most common denominator of the "majority" which is easily kept in the dark, is manipulated to believe in fairies and is forced to work for peanuts. No wonder financial elites that used to belong to royal clubs and despotic rulers love "democracy". In a kingdom, the ruler needs at least 66 per cent of support from his subjects.

In a democracy, all the plundering elite needs to do is convince no more than 50 per cent (sometimes far less due to the construct of the voting system) of the raging idiotic mobs, of the value of their "plans" (political and economic), while the intellectual elite do some instrospection as to why it is walking backwards in a circle on a deserted island.

So welcome to 2017, a year where science shall be at the forefront to tell us that playing with matches will set Rome on fire... but we'll try it anyway (burning down the place) because it's more fun to experiment with stupidity (no need of scientific input here) rather than be creative with insight.

Will we ever grow up? You know the answer to that question...

Six preachers at the inauguration of Dunny (sorry I meant Donny) and not a single scientist in sight.

jesus wants you to have four more years of donald...

Did Paula White pray for the reelection of President Trump at the opening of his massive campaign rally in Orlando?

Back in 2008, I heard of a prominent, black, mega-church pastor praying for the election of Barack Obama by name. In other words, he led his congregation in prayer that Senator Obama would become our next president. (Previously, he had prayed the same prayer for the presidential election of Al Gore.)

Did Paula White do the same thing last week? And is this how Christian leaders should pray? Should they pray partisan prayers?

As reported by The Christian Post, Rev. White’s prayer was quite targeted and bold.

First, she went after the “demonic networks,” saying, “Let every demonic network that has aligned itself against the purpose, against the calling of President Trump, let it be broken, let it be torn down in the name of Jesus.”


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the naughty woman preacher...

This weekend, a video of Trump’s spiritual adviser, Paula White, surfaced showing her preaching some potentially ungodly words.

“We command any satanic pregnancies to miscarry right now!” she says, before clarifying: “We declare that anything that’s been conceived in satanic wombs that it will miscarry, it will not be able to carry forth any plan of destruction, any plan of harm.”


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A woman and a preacher have no rights to insult everyone they don't like in this sorry fashion... With her kind of thoughts, she might enter the hell of reality rather than enter the heaven of an all forgiving god...


oh god!...

Ahead of the coronavirus task force briefing Friday, President Trump gave an Easter message, urging Americans to “focus on prayer, reflection, and growing in our personal relationship with God” during “this sacred time” as most churches hold services online, and asked pastor Bishop Harry Jackson to pray.

“On this Good Friday, Christians from all around the world remember the suffering and death upon the cross of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ,” Trump said at the briefing at the White House. “At Easter Sunday, we will celebrate His glorious resurrection.”

Trump said as people won’t be able to “gather together with one another as we normally would on Easter,” they can “use this sacred time to focus on prayer, reflection, and growing in our personal relationship with God. So important.”

He continued, “I ask all Americans to pray that God will heal our nation; to bring comfort to those who are grieving; to give strength to the doctors, nurses, and healthcare workers; to restore health to the sick; and to renew the hope in every person who is suffering. Our nation will come through like never before.”


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A Virginia pastor who criticized the “mass hysteria” surrounding the coronavirus pandemic has died of the illness, according to new reports.

Landon Spradlin, of Gretna — a small town halfway between Lynchburg and Danville — started to feel sick while in New Orleans, where he went to preach to the crowds gathered for Mardi Gras celebrations, according to the BBC.

A month later, Spradlin — who was also a seasoned musician inducted into the Blues Hall of Fame in 2016 — died.

“His mission was to go into pubs, clubs and bars, play the blues and connect with musicians and just tell them that Jesus loved them,” Spradlin’s daughter Jesse Spradlin, 28, told the BBC.

“Mardi Gras is like Times Square in New York during New Year’s Eve. It’s a sea of people just drinking and partying. He was loud and laughing and in his element.”

Spradlin began to feel unwell while in New Orleans but initially tested negative for COVID-19.


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Not even talking of the Easter weather...


Gus is a naughty rabid atheist...