The Bible is the Word of God. The Word of God is inerrant, unmalleable and eternal.
It begins with the established truth that God exists, necessarily, as Genesis 1:1 says: “In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth.” It predetermines God’s existence in a universe devoid of anything, and depicts Him as the Creator of everything. Without God, there can be nothing, as something can’t come from nothing. Ex nihilo, nihil fit, or “out of nothing, nothing comes.”
Us Christians understand this, at least when we put our minds to it, and trust in the Word of God as Truth. And this is not a blind trust either, as the Bible, if nothing else, is a basically reliable historical document, depicting stories and events throughout history which are backed by archaeological discoveries.
The Word of God is Truth, and seemingly, this is what psychologist Jordan Peterson has come to realize very recently.
Peterson appeared on a recent episode of Joe Rogan’s podcast, in which they discussed culture, society and the Bible, with Peterson saying that the Bible serves as the bedrock of culture.
“If categories just dissolve, especially fundamental ones, the culture is dissolving, because the culture is a structure of category,” began Peterson. “That’s what it is. So and in fact, culture is a structure of category that we all share. So we see things the same way. But that’s why we can talk, I mean, not exactly the same way, because then we have nothing to talk about. But, roughly speaking, we have a bedrock of agreement. That’s the Bible, by the way. So, I just walked through the Museum of the Bible in Washington. That was very cool. It’s [a] very cool museum.”
Joe Rogan then asked Peterson: “So the structure, that’s what the Bible provides?”
To which Peterson gets into the meat of his argument and revelation:
“Yeah, that’s what I figured out. I just figured this out this week. So it was a cool, it was cool thing to walk through, because it’s, it’s chronological, they have one floor, which is the history of the Bible… it’s really what it is, is the history of the book. Now, in many ways, the first book was the Bible. I mean, literally, because at one point, there was only one book, like, as far as our western cultures concerned, there’s one book. And for a while, literally, there was only one book. And that book was the Bible. And then before it was the Bible, it was, you know, scrolls, and it was writings on papyrus.”
“And… we were starting to aggregate written texts together. And it went through all sorts of technological transformations. And then it became books that everybody could buy, the book everybody could buy, and the first one of those was the Bible, and then it became all sorts of books that everybody could buy. But all those books, in some sense, emerged out of that underlying book. And that book itself, the Bible, isn’t a book, it’s a library. It’s a collection of books.”
“And so what I figured out was, partly because I was talking to my brother in law, Jim Keller… we were talking about meaning and text, because we were talking about translation and the problem of understanding text. And Jim said, the meaning of words is coded in the relationship of the words to one another, and the postmodernist make that case that all meaning is derived from the relationship between words. That’s wrong, because, well, what about rage? That’s not words. And what about moving your hand? That’s not words. So it’s wrong, but part of it is right, because the meaning we derive from the verbal domain is encoded in the relationship between words. So now, then you think, well, let’s think about the relationship between words while some words are dependent on other words, some ideas are dependent on other ideas, the more ideas are dependent on a given idea, the more fundamental that idea is… that’s a definition of fundamental.”
Peterson then brings up the idea that, whatever texts exist in a civilization, there must be a fundamental text on which all the other texts depend, and that the Bible is said fundamental text. He brought up authors like Shakespeare, Milton and Dante for being part of the “Western canon”, as he put it, as they influenced other texts in the West. But even those books have the Bible at its base, as Peterson said.
Peterson concludes his lengthy and rather round-about explanation by saying: “And so it isn’t that the Bible is true. It’s that the Bible is the precondition for the manifestation of truth, which makes it way more true than just true. It’s a whole different kind of true, and I think this is… not only literally the case, factually, I think it can’t be any other way.”
What I believe Peterson to be arguing is that, in order for anything else to be true, the Bible must be the first and fundamental Truth.
Whatever truth other books and texts provide must first be true according to God.
For example, the truth of binary genders. There is only male and female, as Genesis 1:27 says: “So God created man in His own image, in the image of God He created him; male and female He created them.”
God never created “transgenders”, because there is no such thing as “transgender.” If you are male, you cannot become female, no matter what body deformations you put yourself through. The same is true of females. Any book which acknowledges the truth of binary genders, namely biology textbooks which haven’t been corrupted by their woke publishers, is thus speaking a truth which first relies on the Truth of Scripture.
Another example is anything pertaining to other things which are uncontestably true, such as gravity, the sky being blue, the way human or animal bodies work, cellular biology, etc. Scientists may not all have everything figured out, at least when it comes to the scientific studies of the universe, but what they do say as truth is first dependent on the Higher Truth, or Ultimate Truth.
For example, we don’t really know how black holes work, but we know they are there because God created black holes. As a result of that lack of knowledge, we can’t presently tell people whatever truth pertains to black holes apart from the fact that they exist and that they usually are formed when massive stars reach the end of their lifespans and implode, collapsing in on themselves and forming a small but massive black hole.
Funny enough, in researching this very matter, I came across an article which talks about how black holes form, and it talks about two twists regarding what we know about black holes, only one of which is really important.
It reads: “[I]t would take longer than the universe’s current age for black holes that started as dead stars to grow to galaxy-center-sized black holes. So astronomers also think the universe may have jumpstarted the process by creating giant primordial black holes in the moment just after the Big Bang – though this is just as weird and problematic as you might think.”
One doesn’t really think it’s all that weird, let alone problematic, if one understands the Truth of God.
The theory here is that black holes take longer than the universe’s current age to form into the massive black holes that we see at the center of galaxies, such as the one in the middle of the Milky Way, or the closest galaxy to us, Andromeda. As a result, the fact that such massive black holes not only currently exist but have existed for a very long time has godless scientists scratching their heads in confusion.
How can it be that they exist if black holes take longer than the age of the universe to form? Assuming that their calculations are correct, both regarding the age of the universe and how long it takes for black holes to become that big or massive, the only logical explanation is close to what the article provides, though with a different source.
God, not the universe, created giant primordial black holes after the Big Bang (or when God created the universe) to situate planets and solar systems, thus creating galaxies. Though regarding the age of the universe, God created Adam and Eve to be adults rather than mankind's usual starting age of infancy, so He could have created the universe to appear aged as well (either that, or age is an effect of sin, but that's a different discussion entirely).
Regardless, God designed and created a universe that makes sense and isn’t random (for such a universe would be contradictory to the idea of intelligent design), and made things work in particular ways. He created the Earth to be habitable, created the animals which roam it, and created man and woman to live on it.
He designed the other planets to not be habitable, as they were unnecessary for the purpose of creating life. Though, if He desired to, obviously, He could change that either gradually or immediately.
Regardless, God created the heavens and the earth, and this is knowledge we derive both from the world we inhabit and the Word of God, which directly tells us so. The Word of God is Truth, and without it, nothing else can be.
I am glad that Jordan Peterson is beginning to see the Truth of God and I hope this means that he is saved.
“For the word of God is living and active, sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing to the division of soul and of spirit, of joints and of marrow, and discerning the thoughts and intentions of the heart.”
The press conference some people saw just a couple of days ago is precisely why Brandon is not allowed outside the basement for prolonged periods of time. In his first press conference in months, to mark the one-year anniversary of his successful heist of the 2020 election (or to do something about his pathetic approval numbers in even friendly polls), Brandon decided it would be appropriate to give a lengthy press conference and prove to the world why he is utterly unfit to be in the role that he is, whether they think he got it legit or not.
There are two particular topics which were introduced in the press conference (with questions being pre-approved, making this even worse) which highlighted how much the Left and Deep State messed up in putting this guy in the White House: Russia’s imminent invasion of Ukraine and the 2022 midterm elections.
Let’s begin with the first one. When asked what the U.S. and NATO response would be to a Russian invasion of Ukraine, Brandon said that it would depend on whether or not it was just a “minor incursion”. In other words, Putin is allowed to invade and take Ukraine little by little, but not all at once. Apparently, Brandon thinks real life is a video game and Russia can just immediately annex all of Ukraine and wouldn’t have to take it little by little.
He was pressed multiple times on this issue to try and give a better answer, but he kept screwing it up. He even tried to speculate Putin’s motives and moves, but admitted that he’s “not so sure he is certain what he’s going to do. My guess is he will move in, he has to do something.”
While it makes sense to try and make guesses and assumptions of what an opponent might do, this is saying the quiet part out loud. It’s like if Chamberlain had said “My guess is Hitler will move in on Poland to try and retake Danzig. He has to do something.” Even if you think this, there is no reason to say it to the public, particularly framing it with “he has to do something.” If you are intent on “protecting your allies” and “putting America back in its leading place in the world stage” as promised, you don’t say that your opponent “has to do something.”
By doing this, he has allowed Putin to take charge of this issue. In any negotiations heretofore, Putin knows that the U.S. won’t do much of anything to protect Ukraine, allowing him to take as much as he wants diplomatically, or if need be, militarily.
Regardless of how things go from here, this is just another major foreign policy blunder by the Brandon regime. He surrendered Afghanistan to the Taliban, trapping thousands of Americans inside and killing 13 of them while trying to get terrorists. Now, he’s basically doing the same thing to Ukraine and broadcasting it to the world in no uncertain terms.
And make no mistake, China watched that press conference. Now that they know Brandon won’t bother to protect Ukraine, they’ll feel more emboldened to take Taiwan, possibly as soon as the Winter Olympics are over.
But that’s just one of the major screw-ups of the day for Brandon. The second one even had pedo news network CNN bashing him. That being that Brandon questioned the legitimacy of the upcoming 2022 midterm elections.
A reporter asked Brandon about supposed “voting rights legislation” in the Senate, asking “if this isn’t passed, do you still believe the upcoming election will be fairly conducted and its result will be legitimate?”
The incoherent mess of a thief responded with: “It all depends on whether or not we’re able to make the case to the American people that some of this is being set up to try to alter the outcome of the election.”
Since that obviously wasn’t a very good, or even clear, answer, another reporter brought this up again:
“I just wanted to clarify: A moment ago, you were asked whether or not you believed that we would have free and fair elections in 2022 if some of these state legislatures reformed their voting protocols. (Sidenote, that’s not what the first reporter asked. The first one asked about the reform in the Senate, not the reforms from states like Georgia, so this one is trying to give Biden an out, which he doesn’t take). You said that it depends. Do you – do you think that they would in any way be illegitimate?”
“Oh, yeah, I think it easily could be – be illegitimate… I’m not going to say it’s going to be legit. It’s – the increase and the prospect of being illegitimate is in direct proportion to us not being able to get these – these reforms passed.”
In other words, he’s saying that if the Senate doesn’t pass his codifying of the cheating he did in 2020, the 2022 election won’t be legit.
Of course, it’s utter bullcrap, as 1) he himself is guilty of rigging an election and 2) he gives way to the questioning of all other prior elections in the United States… including 2020.
Think about it, he’s saying that if the Senate doesn’t pass these illegitimate election reforms, the 2022 election results might be illegitimate (likely because he knows he’s going to lose badly and is trying to get ahead of that). But that also means that, because these reforms haven’t been present in any prior election, all said prior elections might be illegitimate.
This would be quite the claim to make, that all elections prior were illegitimate. Of course, he’s not directly saying this, but that’s what this all implies, that without those election reforms in the Senate, the midterms won’t be legit. And since they weren’t present for any prior election, that would therefore render all prior elections illegitimate.
This blunder was so bad that, again, even CNN rebuked him for saying it.
John King said: “It is striking to hear an American president not named Donald Trump raise questions about the legitimacy and sanctity of our democracy.”
Jake Tapper said: “And quite strikingly, the President said that the upcoming midterm elections might not be legitimate if the election reform bills before the Senate are not passed… President Biden just said, with Donald Trump’s history when it comes to the big lie on the elections, but he refused to say that the election results this midterm – in these midterms in November would be legitimate. He refused it.”
Dana Bash said: “Well, particularly the first part, Anderson, what he said, was – actually the entire thing, but the first part was probably the most jarring to hear a President of the United States who is not Donald Trump, even suggest ahead of time that an election isn’t legitimate.”
You know it’s bad when CNN compares Biden to Trump. Now, of course, they are fake news, and the reasons for Trump’s questioning of the 2020 election were legitimate, unlike Biden’s.
We saw, in real-time, Biden get boosted up in votes in some states, defying laws of logic and mathematics. We saw fraud happening in Georgia during the “water pipe” fiasco, with the suitcases filled with votes, with people being told they had already voted when they hadn’t, with people as young as 0 years old and as old as 150 appearing to have voted, with the Dominion voting machines being wiped of their data the day after the elections, with some states outright taking days and WEEKS to count their votes which was utterly unprecedented.
Meanwhile, Brandon is complaining about the potential election results of 2022 because he’s doing a piss-poor job, is aware of it despite his apparent residence in Lalaland, and knows his Democrat allies are going to get rolled over in 2022, with him potentially being next in 2024, assuming he will even last that long, so he’s claiming that it won’t be legit unless his election-stealing “reforms” are passed.
Like I said, this is why Brandon isn’t allowed outside the basement for prolonged periods of time. He’s even worse at screwing things up for himself than Hillary was. The more he talks, the worse things get for him.
Though, to be fair, it’s not like maintaining radio silence was doing him any good. People can see and feel the awful job he’s been doing in his stolen position. Inflation reaching record-highs can be avoided in the fake news media, but not in people’s wallets. They can’t be lied to anymore by the fake news media about “how great a job” he’s been doing because they FEEL he’s doing a terrible job. Which is why his approval numbers are particularly awful in even friendly polls like Quinnipiac. And keep in mind, the people didn’t elect him and never really liked him to begin with. I don’t believe he’s even as popular as these polls show, particularly as a growing number of people (now at 58%) say they believe Biden cheated in 2020, which is up from 54%, with 57% supporting audits of the 2020 election.
Brandon built his so-called “presidency” on a foundation of lies. As it turns out, he also built himself a house of cards. His end will come sooner rather than later, particularly if he’s managing to anger the people who put him in this position in the first place.
“The wise will inherit honor, but fools get disgrace.”
Can someone check if pigs can fly and Hell has frozen over? Because, perhaps for the first time ever, a news source not only admits to having lied about something major, but went so far as to apologize to its audience for doing so.
Before we go around celebrating anything, I should explain that it’s not an American fake news source (as you can tell from the title), but a Danish one, which apologized for “hypnotically” following their government’s narrative surrounding the Chinese coronavirus. They even outright admitted that “we failed,” with that being the very headline they used.
The newspaper goes on to admit: “For ALMOST two years, we – the press and the population – have been almost hypnotically preoccupied with the authorities’ daily coronavirus figures.” They also admit that they didn’t do their due diligence with differentiating between someone who died WITH the virus and someone who died FROM the virus.
“WE HAVE NOT been vigilant enough at the garden gate when the authorities were required to answer what it actually meant that people are hospitalized with corona and not because of corona. Because it makes a difference. A big difference.”
They even go so far as to assert that their politicians and authorities have “lied” about many aspects of the pandemic and as a result, they have lost the trust of the people (something I will return to in a moment).
The paper also begins to question the efficacy of the vaccines, as the authorities said they were the key to ending the pandemic but roughly a year after having full access to vaccines, the pandemic is still a thing.
“The vaccines are consistently referred to as our ‘superweapon.’ And our hospitals are called ‘superhospitals.’ Nevertheless, these super-hospitals are apparently maximally pressured, even though almost the entire population is armed with a super-weapon. Even children have been vaccinated on a huge scale, which has not been done in our neighboring countries.”
Slowly, but surely, people are beginning to wake up. Even in the world of fake news, the insanity can only go on for so long. They can only reject reality for so long until it makes them mad, or until they face the truth.
I don’t doubt for one second that Danish people stopped trusting their government and the news as a result of this mass deception operation. A big part of this is because such distrust has been building everywhere for the past few years.
I first talked about the French beginning to lose trust in the scientific community. Not too long ago, I talked about the Germans distrusting government figures. And in the last article, I talked about how even CNN has admitted that the CDC has become a “punch line,” as Brian Stelter said.
Now, we have a Danish newspaper admitting to “hypnotically” passing along whatever narrative the government told them to push without having an iota of journalistic integrity or curiosity about the whole ordeal.
But that’s not all. Like I said, I’d get back to the whole “people losing trust” thing. And so, here we are. Again, the French and Germans lost trust, CNN and other fake news media (because remember, that started with MSNBC’s Savannah Guthrie) losing trust in the CDC (not to mention people losing trust in CNN, as their ratings are down 90% from last year), and now, we have a NewsNation/Decision Desk HQ poll which shows the following:
When asked what sources they trust to deliver information regarding the Chinese coronavirus, 30.8% of respondents said they trusted Anthony Fauci, 49.8% said they trusted the CDC, FDA and other health authorities, 63.2% said they trusted their doctor, 15.5% said they trusted Joe Biden, and 10.2% said they trusted the fake news media.
The surveyors were asked to select all that applied, so they didn’t simply choose one over the other. They consciously chose to avoid certain sources if they didn’t trust them, and said they trusted others more.
And before any Leftist tries to argue that this was biased or skewed to the Right, 73.9% of the respondents were vaccinated. By-and-large, Leftists are more often vaccinated than those who claim to be on the Right, so this showed little bias to speak of. If anything, it showed more left-leaning bias.
Pretty much all of those numbers are awful, but not undeserved. I could imagine that, when the pandemic began, all of these entities (except for Biden, obviously) were considerably more trusted than they are today.
To me, it’s not that nearly one-in-three people still trust Fauci. It’s that only less than one-in-three people will trust Fauci anymore. And the more time that passes, the more lies he tells, and the more he is exposed by the likes of Project Veritas and Sen. Rand Paul, the fewer the people will be that trust him moving forward.
That less than 50% trust the CDC, FDA, etc. is also quite telling, as there is no doubt it used to be considerably higher, both when the pandemic first began and even before the pandemic. There was little reason to distrust them then, after all, at least for most people.
And, of course, hardly anyone trusts Brandon or the fake news media. And those are especially deserved, given they are nothing but agenda-driven demons. At least for the so-called “scientists” and “experts”, one could argue that monetary or social gain could be a factor as to why they say and do what they do. But for the most part, Brandon and the fake news media know what they're doing and the lies they are telling.
Remember, even in the article where I talked about CNN’s distrust for the CDC, Brian Stelter still told lies surrounding the Chinese coronavirus, so it’s not like they turned over a new leaf and began to tell the truth henceforth.
We’ve known these people to be horrific liars, so those numbers aren’t at all surprising.
But returning to the Danish newspaper, more than an apology for their actions, I hope and expect they will change their ways and not peddle false information to the people just because the government asked them to. Begin questioning the narrative. Regain whatever journalistic curiosity and integrity we believed existed, if it ever did, and start looking into the information given by their government, and question whether or not they are benefited by falsifying that information.
I also hope that other fake news sources begin to change their ways as well. They don’t HAVE to be fake news. They only are it because they willingly spread disinformation for a political agenda which is utterly detrimental to civilized society.
Unfortunately, I fear we may actually have to wait to see pigs flying and Hell freezing over before that happens.
“Put not your trust in princes, in a son of man, in whom there is no salvation.”
While online, I often see posts talking about what the fake news media is saying about this thing or that thing, usually pertaining either to Brandon or the pandemic or Brandon’s handling of the pandemic (interestingly, they aren’t pulling punches on him with the lack of COVID tests). But for the most part, I no longer care what the fake news media has to say about anything.
The reason for this is that it’s a dying medium. I recently saw this graphic depicting media ratings in Q3 of 2021 showing Joe Rogan’s podcast compared to news media, including Tucker Carlson and Sean Hannity:
Rogan far outperforms all other news media, and alternative media sources make the mainstream media obsolete. So when I see posts saying “fake news is saying this”, for the most part, I say “who cares? They’re irrelevant now and have long lost their monopoly on information”.
However, there are instances where I think it is rather relevant what they are saying: when they basically attack their own side.
And this is what CNN’s Brian Stelter did recently. On his show on Sunday, one of fake news media’s biggest idiots (though perhaps only #3 within CNN itself), reported on the CDC’s credibility during a time in which most people are done with the pandemic and couldn’t care less what the CDC was saying anymore.
Stelter began with a poll depicting most Americans agreeing that there is a mental health crisis in the U.S., with a researcher saying of that poll that many Americans are feeling despair because they don’t know when this madness will end. And Stelter used the word “madness” himself.
“Now, there’s a segment of Americans who tuned out the pandemic a while ago. They dropped the masks, they moved on, despite entreaties from public health officials. Some of them are unvaccinated and at high risk right now due to Omicron,” said Stelter, some true and that last bit utterly untrue, because the fake news media will always deliver fake news.
“But I want to focus on the other segment of Americans, those who are vaccinated, who are paying attention to the pandemic, and are hearing about Omicron and school closures and testing troubles and all the rest. This moment in the pandemic is really complicated because a mostly mild variant is still bringing hospitals to the brink of capacity and care (not true, as most people tend to go to the hospital for different reasons and are diagnosed with COVID while staying there, artificially inflating the numbers of COVID hospitalizations, but again, fake news will fake news). And a lot of people are confused about what to do and about what to believe.”
“Now, many doctors are doing an amazing juggling act, given these circumstances. And yet, I think we’re also potentially seeing and hearing from doomsday doctors who push people toward even more fear, anxiety, and depression.”
I remind you, this is CNN’s Brian Stelter saying this, which would get pretty much anyone banned on social media.
“I’m not trying to call out anybody in particular,” Stelter continued. “I think this is obviously really nuanced. But is there an undue amount of fear being spread, especially in those Twitter threads and Facebook posts, and in corners of cable TV where it feels like COVID zero is the only goal? COVID zero, of course, the idea that you can completely eliminate COVID from the environment, which is an impossibility.”
Stelter then brought on a couple of guests, one of them being a doctor in Washington, who agreed that “we are bathing in fear,” and when she’s on social media, she’s “trying to help people understand that, look, your risk for COVID is as different as someone else’s. And revving the emotional engines of people’s anxiety only does harm.”
The other guest was CNN’s Oliver Darcy, to whom Stelter asked a rather surprising question: “Is the media at this point out of touch with the public about COVID?”
The simple answer is that it is out of touch with the public about everything, let alone the Chinese coronavirus, but Darcy surprisingly says that yes, it is out of touch (regarding COVID, at least).
“[A] lot of the media does seem, when I look at it and travel the country, to be very out of touch with people. I mean, if you travel the country, people are not really living in the same bubble that, it seems, that most of the media is messaging toward.”
“And so… I think this is an issue because if people are tuning out what’s going on in cable news, if we’re not messaging toward the general population, they’re just ignoring everything and living their lives, and we’re not really getting the information that they need to them.”
Stelter then showed a clip from Savannah Guthrie interviewing the CDC director, where Stelter said “It is so sad but it’s true. The CDC has turned into a punch line”:
“All of this mixed messages or new messages has led to a meme on social media poking fun at the CDC’s advice, tweets like, CDC now recommends eating straight off the floor at Waffle House. The CDC now says it’s in fact okay to eat Tide Pods. The CDC says go ahead and get bangs. You know, it’s amusing, people letting off steam, of course. But is there a larger credibility problem with your agency right now?”
Stelter answers Guthrie’s question: “And the answer is yes, there’s a huge credibility crisis for the CDC.”
The segment ended with Darcy and Stelter agreeing that people aren’t really paying attention to what the CDC is saying and to what the articles and news reports are saying, such as stories throughout Thanksgiving and Christmas about “advising” people to take “precautions” that people didn’t listen to (thankfully), and agreeing that the news media needs to come up with “realistic solutions and advice to the general public when talking about COVID.”
This is surprisingly introspective of one of the worst repeat offenders of fake news deliverance (though they did still say bullcrap even in this segment) and depicts just how little credibility the CDC has now. No one believes them, including CNN, and everyone agrees they are delivering contradictory and confusing messages.
This is awfully similar to the last article I wrote, where Germans were distrustful of their government’s figures regarding Omicron infections and hospitalizations, and like the article I wrote where the French were also distrustful of scientists for delivering confusing and contradictory messages.
It used to be that someone who got the shot once was vaccinated. That changed to two shots. Now, it’s three but will be four soon and five not long after. People who were smug about being vaccinated and getting special “rights” (which they didn’t see as wrong or discriminatory because such people are jerks) all of a sudden were pushed back down to “unvaccinated” status. They became the dregs of society they see us as on a mere whim by a man drunk on power and fame (whose time will soon end, if even the fake news media is beginning to not believe the hype).
Regarding masking, they were to wear masks everywhere, with a few exceptions such as parties and restaurants if they are in the process of eating or drinking something. Even then, those who most push for the mandating of such rules repeatedly ignored or broke such mandates when it came to their own personal desires, such as going to dinner or getting a haircut. Oh, and for a while, we were talking about people having to wear as many as two or three masks at once, but that has seemingly died down ever since.
And regarding early treatment, they ignore basically everything in favor of pushing poison when Joe Rogan, whom earlier I mentioned far outperforms the mainstream media in terms of viewership, got COVID last year and was fine after three days thanks to taking Ivermectin, which idiots still refer to as “horse dewormer.”
You can only tell so many lies to people until the complicated web begins to untangle. Cracks will begin to show, inconsistencies will begin to be seen, and questions begin to be raised. And when those who raise such questions, not in defiance but in genuine curiosity, are threatened with suspensions and bans from social media or elsewhere, being compared to outright Nazis (because these people are historically illiterate), that’s only going to cause more and more people to stand against the bullcrap they are seeing.
The veil is being lifted. It’s only a matter of time, then, until the tyrants suffer the consequences of their actions.
If the Australian government can treat Novak Djokovic as poorly as they are, they can treat others even worse (and they are, as I have already written).
But they and all the others who have taken advantage of people’s fears will soon meet their end, not only politically but legally. Let it rain Nuremberg Trial 2.0’s.
“When I am afraid, I put my trust in you. In God, whose word I praise, in God I trust; I shall not be afraid. What can flesh do to me?”
Back in June of 2020, I wrote an article talking about how French public trust in their scientific community was dropping as a result of Chinese coronavirus policy inconsistencies.
In it, I talked about how the French were told by their government early on in the pandemic that there “was no scientific evidence favoring the use of masks,” according to Breitbart. Yet, the French government did a 180 on that rather quickly when they realized their fellow global communists were pushing for the forced use of masks everywhere, and thus mandated the wearing of masks even in public transportation.
The fact that the French government was hiding statistics about the benefits of hydroxychloroquine made the French people distrustful of the scientific community in Baguetteland, and it began to show in their polling, as 36% of surveyors said they believed scientists were hiding information about the virus from the public and trust in the scientific community dropped by ten points from 84% confidence in scientists to 74%.
And this was half a year before vaccines were readily available to the public and I doubt confidence in scientists has gone up since then.
But now we turn our attention to the Fourth Reich, as most Germans (57%) said in a recent poll that they don’t trust the data regarding either number of infections from Omicron or hospitalizations as a result of the Chinese coronavirus.
This is fairly different from the French poll in mid-2020 in that it is more about the government’s statistics as opposed to the overall scientific community, but it does display a great deal of distrust in the narratives that they are being sold by the same people.
Interestingly enough, however, the distrust goes both ways. Not in terms of the government not trusting their citizens (which is a given anyway), but in terms of what the people believe the government is lying about. What I mean is that while they believe that the number of people hospitalized by the Chinese coronavirus is inflated and false, they also believe the government is UNDER-counting Omicron cases and infections.
While that would appear to seem fairly contradictory, it can be somewhat explained by the fact that German health minister, Karl Lauterbach, said recently that the full scope of the new variant’s spread is “not being depicted accurately in the official figures because of false negatives by testing as well as delays in reporting new cases.”
So when even the government’s own health minister is saying “the data isn’t accurate”, it gives fair reason for people to also think the data isn’t accurate. Though it does seem odd that they would trust this, but not trust the counting of Chinese coronavirus hospitalizations insofar as they think it is being OVER-counted.
Regardless of the reasoning behind Germans’ distrust in the data, one way or another, it does at the very least depict a growing distrust in what these “experts” are claiming. Calling back to the French study, it showed growing distrust in the scientific experts but the number was still a relative minority. 74% still expressed confidence in the scientists, even if that’s 10 points lower, and 36% said they believed scientists were hiding things from the public.
In their neighboring former occupier, the German people are distrustful in majorities. For different reasons, mind you, but it’s not a leap in logic to assume that if they distrust the statistics with regards to either Omicron infection rate (undercounting) or COVID-related hospitalizations (overcounting) that they would also potentially distrust other statistics.
It's probably not helped by the fact that, while the U.S. has been pretty much completely open for months now, Europe has gone back and forth between being open and being locked down. And if you remember the reason for the lockdown as I talked about in that article about France, the whole point was to prevent asymptomatic spread onto vulnerable populations. You were locked down and kept from going anywhere with anyone because you might unknowingly catch the virus and unknowingly spread it to a loved one who could potentially greatly suffer or die from it.
However, at no point has asymptomatic spread ever shown to be a thing. I haven’t seen any sort of update from the CDC about such a documented case, and while obviously Europe uses their own health departments, it’s unlikely that they have found a case of asymptomatic spread either.
So Europe goes back into lockdown every few months simply because cases keep jumping back up every now and then, despite the fact that the initial “purpose” of lockdowns is not based on scientific fact (and despite the fact that lockdowns have been shown to not work).
I can’t imagine that such instability (let’s not forget that many European countries have vaxx passports for doing anything on top of all the other tyrannical crap) will inspire much confidence in these people from their own citizens. And we are seeing the result of that in polls like these. In mid-2020, confidence in the scientific community in France was dropping. Today, January of 2022, a majority of GERMANS don’t trust the data from their own government anymore.
The ongoing protests in many European countries shows just how unpopular and hated these policies have been, and the more these neo-Nazis push this crap, the more resistance they will meet.
The Fourth Reich no longer has the trust of its own citizens. How much longer can it last?
“For we do not wrestle against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the cosmic powers over this present darkness, against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly places.”
The Book of Genesis covers a great deal of people throughout a great deal of time. From the creation of the universe to Adam and Eve in and out of the Garden, Cain killing Abel, Seth being born to Adam and Eve, Noah’s Ark, Abraham being the forefather of the faith, his son Isaac’s long-awaited birth, Jacob and Esau’s rivalry, ending with Joseph’s story of betrayal and hardship until reaching the second highest position in the land of Egypt and helping his family move there.
The Book of Exodus, in turn, covers the story of Moses, for the most part. And in the beginning of Exodus, starting from verse 6, we read the following:
“Then Joseph died, and all his brothers and all that generation. But the people of Israel were fruitful and increased greatly; they multiplied and grew exceedingly strong, so that the land was filled with them.”
“Now there arose a new king over Egypt, who did not know Joseph. And he said to his people, ‘Behold, the people of Israel are too many and too mighty for us. Come, let us deal shrewdly with them, lest they multiply, and, if war breaks out, they join our enemies and fight against us and escape from the land.’ Therefore they set taskmasters over them to afflict them with heavy burdens. They built for Pharaoh store cities, Pithom and Raamses. But the more they were oppressed, the more they multiplied and the more they spread abroad. And the Egyptians were in dread of the people of Israel. So they ruthlessly made the people of Israel work as slaves and made their lives bitter with hard service, in mortar and brick, and in all kinds of work in the field. In all their work they ruthlessly made them work as slaves.”
“Then the king of Egypt said to the Hebrew midwives, one of whom was named Shiphrah and the other Puah, ‘When you serve as midwife to the Hebrew women and see them on the birthstool, if it is a son, you shall kill him, but if it is a daughter, she shall live.’ But the midwives feared God and did not do as the king of Egypt commanded them, but let the male children live. So the king of Egypt called the midwives and said to them, ‘Why have you done this, and let the male children live?’ The midwives said to Pharaoh, ‘Because the Hebrew women are not like the Egyptian women, for they are vigorous and give birth before the midwife comes to them.’ So God dealt well with the midwives. And the people multiplied and grew very strong. And because the midwives feared God, he gave them families. Then Pharaoh commanded all his people, ‘Every son that is born to the Hebrews you shall cast into the Nile, but you shall let every daughter live.’”
The reason I bring this story up, at least up to this point, is because much like Pharaoh, it seems as though Chinese President Xi Jinping is afraid of the surge in numbers of people of faith.
According to The UK Express, who quote Director of Strategic Research at Christian charity, Open Doors, Dr Ron Boyd-MacMillan, “China’s premier is becoming increasingly concerned by the size of the Church – currently estimated at 97 million people.”
Dr. Boyd-MacMillan claimed that the size of the church in China is expected to increase rapidly in the next couple of decades, reaching 300 million people by 2030 at the rate it’s currently growing (roughly 7-8%), thus “creating a group big enough to challenge Xi’s government.”
He said: “We think the evidence as to why the Chinese Church is so targeted, is that the leaders are scared of the size of the Church, and the growth of the Church. And if it grows, at the rate that it has done since 1980, and that’s about between seven and eight percent a year, then you’re looking at a group of people that will be 300 million strong, nearly by 2030. And, you know, the Chinese leadership, they really do long term planning, I mean, their economic plan goes to 2049, so this bothers them. Because I think if the Church continues to grow like that, then they’ll have to share power.”
The UK Express also shared an infographic depicting China’s military power (which they claim is accurate as of November 2020, so the numbers are probably a bit higher at this point, assuming that the CCP would even share these numbers to begin with), as you can see below.
As you can see, it depicts a few notable things. First, the population, which currently stands at 1,384,688,986. The fact that, already, the Chinese Church stands at 97 million is rather bad for Xi, as they make up 7% of the total population, and as I have already mentioned in prior articles, it only takes 3.5% of the population actively protesting peacefully to drive meaningful change. With the Chinese population growing at approximately 0.3% per year, the 300 million Christians would be roughly 20% of the Chinese population by the year 2030.
These are not insignificant numbers, whatsoever. Second, they show China’s military power in terms of military personnel and vehicles.
2.7 million total personnel is not insignificant, unfortunately, as the U.S.’s total military personnel is roughly 2.4 million. Those numbers may not be too far apart, but during times of war, the personnel tend to go up (following 9/11, the military saw a surge in enlistment, and that was just to hunt down illiterate savages sleeping in sand), and there are roughly a billion Chinese compared to 330 million Americans. Not that every single resident of the countries would be fighting, of course, but I’m largely talking about total possible manpower.
We do, however, have an advantage in terms of vehicles, most likely. I don’t know the estimated number of military vehicles we have available, but I know for sure that we have more than just two aircraft carriers unlike China.
But these numbers are only interesting to know in the event of war against China, which isn’t the main point of this article. Like I mentioned before, the Chinese Church makes up roughly 7% of the Chinese population and that number is increasing year-over-year at a rate of seven or eight percent.
With Christians being the natural enemy of communism and communists, it’s no surprise, really, that Xi would feel threatened by such a massive surge in faith every year. Particularly as he has tried his darndest to oppress and Chinafy the Church, trying to turn people’s faith away from God and towards himself.
But as Exodus 1:12 says, “But the more they were oppressed, the more they multiplied and the more they spread abroad.”
My comparison to the Book of Exodus isn’t to say that we might one day see a Christian exodus from China. What I’m trying to do is draw comparisons between Xi and Pharaoh, the conditions of their targets in their own times, and what faith in God will do for the believers. God delivered the Jews out of Egypt. He might do the same for Christians in China, or He might even lead Christians in China to rule the future former-communist country.
Can you imagine how delightful it would be for China to become a Christian nation, run as a Republic, and faithful to God? Instead of an economic and political rival, we would have an economic and political friend (assuming Christianity further grows in the U.S. as well and defeats the Satanic Left).
I don’t know the plans that God has for His people in China, but knowing His goodness, I know that He will deliver good things to them, even if there is hardship along the way.
I pray that the latter option happens, and Christians begin ruling China, dealing a deathblow to communism worldwide.
“For freedom Christ has set us free; stand firm therefore, and do not submit again to a yoke of slavery.”
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