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Glory in Context

In our world today, the most powerful tool of oppression is preclusion. If someone can prevent your awareness of what’s actually going on, it’s much easier to keep you enslaved. This is the root of Satan’s work. This is why … Continue reading

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Mass Distraction

Just in case you’re wondering: I know there is nothing I can do to stop the Antifas and White heritage groups from killing each other. Just keep in mind that virtually every Klan group or similar organization in the US … Continue reading

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DNC Leaks and Computer Forensics

For those of you curious about how we do computer forensic work, here’s a short video that explains how we know that the DNC email leaks during the presidential election were an inside job. I admit that I receive darn … Continue reading

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Don’t Get Caught

There’s no wiggle room; this stuff is the work of the Devil. I finally got around to reading this slide show about the JTRIG program to train online trolls. Of course, things have advanced a bit since then with the … Continue reading

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Rhetorical Smoke and Mirrors

One of the biggest lies told today is that people matter in our system. Aside from a few hyped policy matters, almost nothing in the US government agenda has changed one iota since the last election. Putin himself said as … Continue reading

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A Divine Mandate

I have a divine mandate, a calling from God. We all have one, so I’m not that special. However, my calling is pastoral in the sense of shepherding the people of God. Unlike most pastoral people, I don’t decide who … Continue reading

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The Courier 08

Nothing could have prepared Franklin for what happened. It was surreal. The man seemed to have no trouble visually identifying Franklin’s location. The average human would have had trouble differentiating between the camouflage and the surrounding rocks. However, Franklin had … Continue reading

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