Tuesday, March 14, 2017


 Geert Wilders Message to Turkish Protesters: You Are Not Welcome Here ...
 Courageous Dutch politician stands up to 
Turkish Islamofascists
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Geert Wilders is all guns blazing in the finals days before critical elections in the Netherlands that will serve as a referendum on the Islamization of the country – and Turkey’s attempt to bully its way into the European Union.
On the heels of a violent Turkish uprising that started in Rotterdam this weekend, and was further exacerbated and encouraged by Turkey’s president Recep Erdogan, Wilders called for Turkey’s ambassador and staff to be ejected from Holland.

“Erdogan repeats we are nazis + fascists. He insults Dutch police. No de-escalation. Expel Turkish Ambassador to NL and entire staff!” he wrote.
The riots are in retaliation to the Dutch government blocking Turkish officials from traveling to the Netherlands to rally and whip up support for an April referendum in Turkey that many believe could turn the already-authoritarian Erdogan into a full-blown dictator.
Some 400,000 Turks already live in the Netherlands, and many of them turned out to rage in the streets of Rotterdam, where they were met by riot police in a scene that could continue to play out through election week – especially if Wilders’ Party For Freedom (PVV) were to win.

Erdogan flagrantly fueled the fires of his people on the ground, accusing the Dutch of “nazism” and demanding international sanctions.
“I thought nazism was over, but I was wrong. In fact, nazism is alive in the west,” Erdogan declared at a rally in Istanbul.
“If you are willing to sacrifice Turkish-Dutch relations, you will pay for it,” he also threatened. “What’s more, we’re not done yet.”
“They will pay the price of treating my citizens, my foreign minister… in an impudent way.”
Turkish Islamofascists in Holland have responded in kind to their true leader, defacing PVV party member’s houses with the words “fascist” and stabbing oranges intended to represent Dutch society, while holding signs accusing the Dutch of being “fascist.”

Wilders’ tweet echoes sentiments he unleashed in a blistering video from 2015, aimed directly at the Turkish regime and its people, that has found new life and relevance on social media and alternative press outlets during this explosive and rapid erosion of Dutch-Turkish relations on the cusp of the election.

Today, I have a message for the people of Turkey:
Your government is fooling you into believing that one day, you will become a member of the European Union.
Well, forget it.
You are no Europeans, and you will never be.
An Islamic state like Turkey does not belong to Europe.
All the values Europe stands for – freedom, democracy, human rights – are incompatible with Islam.
We do not want visa-free travel for Turks coming to Europe, either. European governments that agree with this will be voted out of office by the people.
Turkey voted for Erdogan, a dangerous Islamist who raises the flag of Islam.
We do not want more, but less Islam.
So Turkey, stay away from us. You are not welcome here.
Congressman Steve King (R-Iowa) tweeted his support of Wilders and Dutch nationalists, saying, “Wilders understands that culture and demographics are our destiny. We can’t restore our civilization with somebody else’s babies.”

This, of course, set the globalist media on fire.

The Netherlands will hold their elections this Wednesday, March 15, and the world will be watching with baited breath as the crumbling European Union could be dealt a veritable death blow with a win by the ‘Dutch Donald Trump’ and his passionate supporters.
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 King: “we can’t restore our civilisation with someone else’s babies”
(Islamic Conquest by Population Growth Through Illegal Immigration & Multiple Births)
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Senior Republican congressman Steve King has sparked a backlash on social media after tweeting his support for the Dutch anti-Islam politician, Geert Wilders.
Wilders understands that culture and demographics are our destiny,” Mr King wrote on Twitter.
“We can’t restore our civilisation with somebody else’s babies.”
King clearly was not alluding to all visible minority immigrants when he referred to “someone else’s babies.” He was specifically pointing out the widely noted tactic of Islamic conquest via population growth. Years ago, the Daily Mail reported that Muslim leaders preached about taking over Britain “by having more babies and forcing a population explosion”; while 9-11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed “revealed that al Qaeda’s plan to kill the United States was not through military attacks but immigration and ‘outbreeding non-Muslims.’” An Imam — Sheikh Muhammad Ayed – also gave a speech at the Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem where “he told Muslim migrants to breed children’ with Europeans to conquer their countries and vows: ‘We will trample them underfoot, Allah willing.’”
Despite the recognized conquest through population plan, the BBC reported that:
Mr King’s comments in support of Mr Wilders on Sunday led to accusations that he was “openly peddling white nationalism”.
His post was retweeted by the former leader of the Ku Klux Klan, David Duke, with the words “sanity reigns supreme”
It was only a matter of time before the Ku Klux Klan reared its head in media reports about King’s statements: it is the mainstream media’s go-to group to discredit politically incorrect ideas. The BBC is trying to obscure the fact that outside of groups such as the KKK,  many of the concerns expressed about Muslim immigration by Geert Wilders (supported by King) are also widely held by peace-loving Westerners of all races. Meanwhile, the Independent put a malicious spin on King’s words in its article entitled: “Republican Steve King suggests Muslim children are stopping ‘our civilisation’ being restored.”
It is a pity that leftists seem to think that only Muslims represent all visible minority immigrants, as if brown people of other religions and cultures were non-existent. Any opposition to the incursion of Islam in the West has been set up by leftists as a race war between visible minority immigrants and white people. The truth is that critical concerns about Islamic supremacist and jihadist incursions into the West are shared by all who support free and pluralistic societies, including some Muslims.
Those who are affronted by King’s words seem indifferent to the fact that the Muslim Brotherhood’s “General Strategic Goal” for North America openly discusses the destruction of “Western civilization from within and “sabotaging” its miserable house by their hands and the hands of the believers so that it is eliminated and God’s [Allah’s] religion is made victorious over all other religions.” It is also apparently acceptable by the same to fling open the doors of immigration to usher in the hijrah (jihad via immigration) to colonize the West; and implement anti-Islamophobia stratagems ubiquitously, intended to forestall any criticism of Islam.

“Steve King: Geert Wilders tweet sparks a social media backlash”, BBC News, March 12, 2017:
Senior Republican congressman Steve King has sparked a backlash on social media after tweeting his support for the Dutch anti-Islam politician, Geert Wilders.
“Wilders understands that culture and demographics are our destiny,” Mr King wrote on Twitter.
“We can’t restore our civilisation with somebody else’s babies,” he added.
The US Republican Representative of Iowa is a strong advocate of putting a stop to birthright citizenship.
All children born in the US currently get citizenship under the constitution, including the children of families living in America illegally.
Mr King has pushed for radical reform of the interpretation of the 14th amendment of the US constitution so that it no longer gives the children of undocumented migrants the right to a US passport.
It seems Donald Trump is not the only politician who can bring social media to a screeching halt with an inflammatory tweet. Congressman Steve King has a history of walking on the edge of white nationalist rhetoric, and on Sunday afternoon he once again hit the hornet’s nest, perhaps in his most direct manner yet.
The outrage from Democratic politicians and commentators across the political spectrum was quick, ferocious and entirely expected. The bluntness of Mr King’s message, the talk of “our destiny” and “other people’s babies”, ensured a vigorous response.
Of greater interest will be how Republican officeholders handle the controversy. So far they have remained silent. That may be increasingly difficult, as this is yet another indication of the growing bonds between the Trump wing of the Republican Party and white nationalist movements in Europe.
Breitbart, the conservative media outlet recently headed by White House senior advisor Steve Bannon, often sings the praises of Mr Wilders, as well as France’s Marine Le Pen and Frauke Petry, leader of the Alternative for Germany Party.
Mr Bannon has predicted the coming of a new “alt-right” order that will disrupt politics across the West. The question is whether establishment Republicans stay along for the ride.
Mr King’s comments in support of Mr Wilders on Sunday led to accusations that he was “openly peddling white nationalism”.
His post was re-tweeted by the former leader of the Ku Klux Klan, David Duke, with the words “sanity reigns supreme”……
 INVASION! Turk Election Violence Erupts in EU 
 Published on Mar 14, 2017
With 400,000 Turks already living in the Netherlands, Erdogan’s government sent representatives there to campaign in favor of giving the Turk president dictatorial powers. When the Dutch government sent the campaigners home, violence erupted and the Erdogan, without any sense of irony, accused the Dutch of being facist Nazis. With the EU and even Merkel taking the side of the Netherlands, Turkish rhetoric has become so heated that the Dutch government warned its citizens not to travel to Turkey. But the Netherlands is also having an election — in 2 days — and Geert Wilders has taken the opportunity to again warn the Dutch about Islamic invasion.


 Confirmed: Treasury Says Obama Stole From Fannie, Freddie Investors to Fund Obamacare
Obama Stole $200+ Billion In Secret Bail In
Treasury Department Confirmed 
Obama Robbed Investors

 Docs reveal Obama defrauding mortgage investors
republished below in full unedited for informational, educational, and research purposes:
WASHINGTON, D.C. – A careful analysis of the Treasury Department’s “Agency Financial Report for Fiscal Year 2013” provides evidence the Obama administration stole from Fannie and Freddie investors to fund Obamacare.
Guided by a CPA, who worked for two years for a major U.S. accounting firm as an outside auditor for Freddie Mac, has documented in the Treasury Department’s 2013 financial reports how the Obama administration diverted into Obamacare billions of dollars that Treasury confiscated from Freddie and Fannie earnings.
On Aug. 17, 2012, the Obama administration finalized the amendment of the Treasury Department’s Senior Preferred Stock Agreements with Fannie and Freddie that deprived private and institutional investors of their legally due dividend payments.

This enabled the Obama Treasury Department to confiscate billions of dollars in Fannie and Freddie earnings, in what is known as the “Net Worth Sweep,” or NWS.
The analysis begins with a table entitled “Summary Financial Information,” presented on page 26 of the Treasury Department’s “Agency Financial Report for Fiscal Year 2013.”

Note the line item “GSEs Non-Entity Costs (Revenue)” that records the flow into Treasury of the funds confiscated by the Obama administration in the NWS: recorded in 2012 as a cost to the treasury of $5.3 billion.
This line item dramatically reverses in 2013 to reflect the NWS revenue inflow from the two Government Sponsored Entities, GSEs, amounting in 2013 to $126 billion.
Treasury also revised their 2013 internal estimate of GSE liabilities from a liability of $288.7 billion in 2012, to a much-reduced liability of $9 billion in 2013 — a difference explained entirely by the Net Worth Sweep.
The second paragraph of the “Financial Overview” below the chart leaves no doubt, reading as follows:
“Additionally, the Department amended its Senior Preferred Stock Purchase Agreements (SPSPAs) with Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac – two Government-Sponsored Enterprises (GSEs) – in 2012, which changed, among other things, the basis for determining quarterly dividends that are paid by the GSEs to the U.S. government commencing with the quarter ending March 31, 2013. As a result of the amended SPSPAs, coupled with the GSEs’ long-term financial forecasts within a specific time horizon, the Department reduced its contingent liability associated with the GSE program by $9.0 billion and $288.7 billion at the end of fiscal year 2013 and 2012, respectively, via a reduction in expense.”
The $126.6 billion that Treasury received from the Fannie and Freddie NWS is also noted in the “Consolidated Statements of Net Cost for the Fiscal Years Ended Sept. 30, 2013 and 2012” that the report publishes on page 50.
The explanation of the $126.6 billion in Treasury revenue received from the GSEs is further elaborated in the following paragraph that appears on page 29 of the report:
“GSE Non-Entity Revenue totaled $126.6 billion for 2013 compared to net cost of $5.3 billion for 2012. The revenue in 2013 was primarily driven by a $77.3 billion increase in preferred stock dividends, coupled with a $30.9 billion valuation gain on GSE investments in 2013 compared to a $42.3 billion loss in 2012. These increases primarily stemmed from federal income tax benefits and other improvements in the GSEs’ financial performance in 2013.”
On page 94, the report provides a chart detailing that the $126.6 billion in GSE revenue came from preferred stock dividends and from the market fair value gain on the preferred stock Treasury held in Fannie and Freddie, as seen here:

A table presented on page 113, entitled “Transfers to the General Fund and Other” makes clear Treasury transferred the NWS revenue from Fannie and Freddie to the Treasury “General Fund,” where the revenue was accounted as available for Treasury reallocation.

The analysis of how the Treasury Department spent the NWS receipts deposited into the General Fund derives from an analysis of the month-by-month analysis of “Table 9: Summary of Receipts by Source, and Outlays by Function of the U.S. Government,” found in the Monthly Treasury Statement of Receipts and Outlays of the U.S. Government.
With the assistance of the accounting expert mentioned above, constructed a spreadsheet to summarize findings from an analysis of the Table 9 entries for calendar year 2013.

As seen in the above excel spreadsheet, analysis of the line items in Table 9 for the months of calendar year 2013 revealed that the amounts Treasury received in GSE revenue corresponded to decreases in the “Commerce and Housing” line item, and to increases in the line items “Health” and “Medicare.”
This strongly suggests Treasury used the “Commerce and Housing” line item to record receipts in GSE revenue that were reallocated in subsequent months as debits out of “Commerce and Housing” that corresponded to increases in “Health” and increases in “Medicare.”
Note the first NWS payment was received by Treasury at the end of March 2013.
During that month, the Treasury accounting debited “Commerce and Housing” by $23.770 billion, establishing a pattern where the amounts credited to “Health” and to “Medicare” increased for each of the next two months.

This pattern was repeated with the NWS of $65.2 billion received by Treasury in June, the NWS of $14.6 billion in September, and the $39 billion in December.
With the exception of September, the amount debited out of “Commerce” corresponded closely (but not exactly) with the NWS received, and the amounts added to “Health” and “Medicare” increased for the two months following Treasury’s receipt of NWS funds from Fannie and Freddie.
The $133 billion in NWS Treasury receipts for 2013 correspond interestingly to a comment made by Joshua Rosner, managing director of the independent research firm Graham Fisher & Co.
Rosner is a widely-recognized authority on Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, known for co-authoring with Pulitzer Prize-winning business reporter Gretchen Morgenson the 2011 best-selling book entitled Reckless Endangerment: How Outsized Ambition, Greed and Corruption Led to Economic Armageddon – an analysis of Fannie Mae’s role in the sub-prime mortgage crisis that led to the economic crisis of 2008/2009.
“In 2013 alone, Treasury swept over $130 billion dollars in GSE profits in the form of dividends via the Net Worth Sweep,” he wrote in a paper entitled “Former White House Officials Involved in GSE Scandal,” published May 23, 2016.
“To highlight the scale of these dollars, these are the same amounts recently at issue in a lawsuit over the cost of 10-years of ‘Obamacare’ reimbursements to insurers.”
That the Obama Treasury Department was diverting funds to pay the Section 4012 insurance subsidies under the Affordable Clear Act has been uncontested since May 12, 2016.
This is the day when U.S. District Judge Rosemary Collyer ruled against Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Matthews Burwell, in the case U.S. House of Representatives v. Burwell, (130 F. Supp. 3d 53, U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia).
In this case, Judge Collyer decided HHS Secretary Burwell had no constitutional authority to divert funds Congress appropriated to one section of the ACA, to fund Obamacare subsidy payments to insurers under another section of the ACA.
The section of the ACA that HHS was desperate to fund was Section 1402 – the clause defining the insurer subsidies.

The problem was that Congress specifically declined to appropriate any funds to Section 1402 to pay for the insurance subsidy the ACA required for low-income individuals and families to afford the insurance the ACA provided.
“Paying out Section 1402 reimbursements without an appropriation thus violates the Constitution,” Judge Collyer concluded. “Congress authorized reduced cost sharing but did not appropriate monies for it, in the Fiscal Year 2014 budget or since. Congress is the only source for such an appropriation, and no public money can be spent without one.”
The U.S. District court in this ruling entered judgment in favor of the House of Representatives, enjoining HHS from using unappropriated money to pay insurers under Section 1402.
What was at issue in Section 1402 was the Obamacare provision that capped the amount low-income families would be required to pay for insurance purchased on state insurance exchanges.
The law provided that federal insurance subsidies under Section 1402 would pay the difference between the capped maximum a low-income family was required to pay and the amount the insurance cost.
On July 8, 2016, Thomas Miller, J.D., a resident fellow in health policy studies at the American Enterprise Institute in Washington, submitted a statement before the House Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations of the House Committee on Energy and Commerce.
In this statement, Miller added support for the conclusion that the Obama administration was desperate in its effort to identify funds that could be diverted to keep Obama care from collapsing.
“For the last six years, the Obama administration has been frustrated by its inability to get Congress to support more funding for a number of its less-popular objectives under the ACA,” Miller commented. “It keeps trying to stretch appropriations law and administrative guidance to spend money without necessary consent or authority.”
In a report issued in March 2016, the Congressional Budget Office estimated the cost for providing Section 1402 subsidies over the next ten years (2016-2026) was estimated to be $130 billion – the amount referenced by Rosner in the quotation above.
Judge Collyer’s decision specifically prohibited HHS to pay Section 1402 subsidies by diverting money Congress had appropriated for other ACA provisions.
Given this, the Obama administration faced the prospect the government could not pay the insurance subsidies required for low-income persons and families to buy insurance under Obamacare.
The only other alternative was to force insurance companies to absorb as a loss the amount the government had intended to pay as an insurance subsidy under the ACA.
In other words, Obamacare risked bankrupting participating insurance companies if the Obama administration could not find a way to circumvent the District Court’s decision U.S. House of Representatives v. Burwell to find a way to fund Section 1402 despite the fact Congress had refused to do so.
In July 2016, the Republican majority staff of the House Committee on Energy and Commerce together with the Republican majority staff of the House Committee on Ways and Means issued a “Joint Congressional Investigation into the Source of Funding for the ACA’s Cost Sharing Reduction Program.”

Page 10 of the joint committee’s final report noted the following: “Between April 10, 2013 and July 11, 2013, in an unusual move, the Administration informally withdrew its request for an annual appropriation for the cost sharing reduction program by calling the Senate Committee on Appropriations.”
The timing would suggest the Obama administration realized in March 2013 the $130 billion the Treasury expected to receive in 2013 as revenue from the Fannie and Freddie NWS could be reallocated to pay for a decade the anticipated shortfall in low-income insurance subsidies.
Having found this solution may explain why the Obama administration stopped trying to divert other funds Congress had appropriated to keep insurers solvent under ACA requirements to subsidize health insurance for low-income persons and families.


 Proof: Facebook Is Blocking Links to
 Censorship under the justification of preventing 
"fake news" and "spam" accelerates
republished below in full unedited for informational, educational, and research purposes:
Facebook is blocking links from being posted by users by declaring them “spam” in a chilling example of how the social media giant is using the excuse of combating “fake news” to censor anti-establishment content.
As the video below illustrates, Facebook is preventing users from posting a link to this Infowars article having previously labeled it as “spam”.
The article contains a commentary video about how feminists are offended over the viral video of a man doing a BBC interview before being interrupted by his children. The article constitutes completely legitimate news commentary and cannot be considered “spam” or “fake news” by any stretch of the imagination.
The social networking giant recently launched a new feature in which users could flag content as “spam” or “fake news” – a system that allows huge numbers of organized users to flag content simply because they disagree with it or it offends them. One suspects that CNN and other mainstream news outlets won’t be impacted by the new feature.
Back on March 6, Facebook also blocked another completely legitimate Infowars story about a left-wing anti-Trump journalist who was arrested for making bomb threats against Jewish community centers by declaring it as “spam”.
In the video below, Alex Jones documents how Facebook censored another Infowars story about a former CIA analyst asserting that Trump was wiretapped by declaring it “spam”.

With web founder Tim Berners-Lee demanding that Facebook do more to combat so-called “fake news” – despite the fact that a Stanford University study found it had virtually no impact on the presidential election – the social media giant has teamed up with biased left-wing outfits to target conservative news sources.
A list of “fake” and misleading websites released by Harvard also includes virtually every major conservative website on the blacklist.
It’s completely evident that Facebook, Twitter and others are exploiting the contrived panic and hysteria about “fake news” as an excuse to censor content or opinions that contradict left-wing narratives.
Here is the offending video that Facebook doesn’t want people to see. They would be very unhappy if you shared it like there’s no tomorrow.

Robert Spencer: Fake University Harvard Uses Fake Professor’s List to Smear Real News Sites




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lightThere was a time when ideas like yoga or eastern meditation in the church were only associated with Christ Science churches, Universalist Churches, and a few spurious non-biblical fringe places. In a few scant decades, the walls have been so completely torn down that we not only see no harm in these things, we promote them. This is exactly what Theosophist (Luciferian) leader Alice Bailey predicted would be part of the new age infiltration into the church: ““The three main channels through which the preparation for the new age is going on might be regarded as the Church (emphasis mine) the Masonic Fraternity and the educational field.” (The Externalization of the Hierarchy, Page 511.)
So, in fact, this has been underway for some time. It probably began to get a real foothold in our present time with Norman Vincent Peale’s “Power of Positive Thinking” theology, quickly adapted by Rev. Robert Schuller who was really the first modern “megachurch” and “Seeker Friendly” church pastor. Their ideas were once considered a bit of an aberration from mainstream Christian doctrine. But here we are decades later, and seeker friendly and power of positive thinking is normal and unchallenged. The crack into Bible-based evangelical churches had begun to open just a little…
Fast forward: In the last three decades we have opened our doors to things like the laughter movement, barking like dogs and oinking like pigs and calling it the “anoinking of the Spirit,” and worse. A number of leaders challenged these things, but its promoters did not repent of it.

A few years later, spiritual formation, “be still” meditation, breathing techniques, “Christian” yoga, “the sacred feminine,” labyrinths, circle making – all an extension of exotic religions, eastern mysticism, and Buddhist/Hindu tools to reach “the divine within” – all began to creep into church media, books, music and movies. Even Father Thomas Merton came to be revered by many evangelicals – a man who said at the end of his life that he wished to ““to become as good a Buddhist as I can,” as well as Henri Nouwen, who influenced millions of evangelicals but at the end of his life denied that Jesus was the only way to the Father.
The door opened a little wider…where were the watchmen? Where were the Shepherds? One at a time, I began to see even pastors welcome these things. And as these things crept in, the Word of God began to become an addendum to our lives, a devotional nicety but not central in our walk with Jesus, and no longer our final determination of truth.
Slowly, the poison seeped into our ranks…one book, one DVD, one movie at a time. Everyone ignored the subtle twisting of the Word of God in Rob Bell’s “Velvet Elvis,” hailing it as “groundbreaking.” And indeed, it was, but not in a good way. His next book, “The Sex God” raised a few eyebrows, but youth pastors everywhere still adored him and emulated him and bought glasses and cool clothes just to look just like him in an attempt to “relate to youth.” Millennial youth pastors began diluting the Word of God and preparing little mini-messages to justify their increasingly party-like youth group atmosphere which was strong on entertainment and weak on the Word of God.
Then Rob Bell wrote “Love Wins,” denying hell and proclaiming universalism – the idea that everyone gets saved. And now, he is speaking at conferences alongside New Age guru Deepak Chopra at conferences titled things like, “The Seduction of Spirit.” [1]
When he was exposed as being truly a non-evangelical false teacher, I heard nothing but crickets from all those who formerly sang his praises. But by then, everyone was off chasing the next big thing anyway, the next bestseller, the next circle-making, ear-tickling, scripture-diluting thing. We had begun forming a pattern of going after the latest “it,” or hot speaker, or bestselling book, and then when it turned out the thing or person was fraudulent, in error or full of deception, almost no one took responsibility for originally supporting or promoting them – least of all the Christian media and those who peddled their products – even when these false teachers  were fully exposed. Very few took responsibility for an evangelist’s crazy, ungodly antics in Florida that hundreds of thousands of believers flocked to see, while behind the scenes he was conducting an affair that shredded his wife and kids. (For the record, I deeply believe in restoring fallen servants of the Lord.) They gave him a short time-out (“restoration process”) and bam! He was back on the circuit – new wife, new life. And few took responsibility for calling him – no, for laying hands on and anointing him – as the “world apostle” in front of an international audience.[2]
Very few called a well-known “prophet” to account for his 1998 prophecy that Obama would be a mighty man of God – a Christian – who would set everything right. They just said, “Oh well, nobody’s perfect” and kept supporting and following his ministry anyway.
Rarely do people say, “we were wrong.” Rarely do leaders say, “We were in error.” And because of that, unrepentant error in discernment has led to greater and greater error, because deception is a PROGRESSIVE DISEASE.
The more error we receive, the more the ability to discern goes numb and then dies in us. It applies to us as individuals. It applies to churches.
Nobody was alarmed that Roma Downey was still attending a new age college at the same time she was working on their television series “The Bible” or that she never renounced her new age beliefs, despite the fact that these concerns were brought to some of the highest levels of leadership in the church and corporate Christian world possible. They gave her a pass on those issues because, as I was told, the benefits of how it would reach people outweighed the theological problems. And nothing kept several bits of clear gnostic teaching from being inserted into their movies, including giving a prominent role to Mary Magdalene, whom new agers consider the “thirteenth apostle.” And to be honest, by the time these concerns were raised, even certain denominations had invested far too much money in promoting the movies to retract, recall product and repent at that point. In the end, I believe financial concerns were more important than truth.
By the time The Shack came around, we had already been prepped through years of “felt need” theology, experiential-based faith and cherry-picking scriptures we liked while ignoring the ones we didn’t.
As the internet grew, I began to understand the power of the appeal to our emotions. More than once, I had seen almost an entire five to ten-minute video on some issue and found myself in tears before I found out at the end that not only was it not a Christian video and did not have a Christian message, but it was produced by people and represented a view that was unbiblical, new age and worse. I got emotionally hooked before I learned the truth. Those without a biblical foundation of truth just get hooked.
People loved The Shack because it replaced the God of the Bible (which deep down they possibly didn’t feel comfortable with, because His ways are beyond our understanding and bad things happen, and it upsets our sunshine version of Christianity) and gave them a God who made them feel good, who took the God of the Bible and said, “That’s not really God, this is what God is like…” and gave them a diluted, false version of Father, Son, Holy Spirit, and a dose of Sophia, Greek goddess of wisdom.
I was sure that anyone with even a modicum of discernment would throw the book in the trash. I had underestimated how wide the door of deception had opened. I lost friends who were pastors who were furious at me for questioning the book. One pastor railed at me, “I haven’t had a relationship with God for years, but now I have my ‘Papa’ back! You can’t take that from me!”
Nothing jarred me more than seeing grown men of God just abandoning clear truth because something tugged their heart, justifying the scriptural butchering by saying, “It’s just fiction, it’s not the Bible!” I confronted someone on this the other night. “What about the satanic Necronomicon. Can I read it? It’s just fiction. Can I read pornography? It’s just fiction.” They thought that a bit extreme. Of course it was. My point was, where what was their criteria, where was their own event horizon they were not willing to cross because it was just too obviously wrong? How much scripture bending or ignoring would they accept and justify as ok because it was “just fiction” before they had enough and said no more? The demonic genius of The Shack is how cleverly it has clothed itself in a loose and nebulous garment of scriptures – just enough to justify the complete butchering of the true nature of God and morphing Him into a Trinitarian hybrid god that represents whatever will make you feel better about your horrible tragedies and “great sadness.” The fact is, though, God will not appear as whatever we want. One person said, “God appeared as a fiery bush, but I know he’s not a bush!” But He appeared in the bush. He wasn’t a bush. God will not appear as Shiva, Buddha, or Sarayu,  because He is “I AM WHAT I AM.” We can say God is like a rock, but we cannot say God is like Baal. It’s not about imagery, it is about the nature and character of God. And The Shack gives a false representation of both of those.
Look, I get it. I’ve suffered innumerable losses my entire life, and every one of us at some point cries out, “WHY, GOD?” And in those moments, people either reject Him as uncaring, or He brings us into His Kingdom, and we learn to trust Him in the midst of, sometimes in spite of tragedies that seem to have no reason. And we may find ourselves once again crying out in pain, “WHY, GOD?” And His response is, “You don’t need to know all the answers. Trust Me, trust My Word. Trust in My love.” It’s called FAITH. But The Shack is a shortcut to feeling better, a panacea, a spiritual drug that allows you to embrace a conception of God that may temporarily take away the pain but leaves you with an open door to deception because it is not the God of the Word. IT IS NOT THE REAL JESUS.
Is The Shack the God portrayed in scripture? Is God a woman? Is Jesus a clumsy Jewish kid with a hook nose? Is the Holy Spirit a Japanese girl named after a Hindu river? Is the judge of our lives Sophia? Is everyone saved? Is Jesus just the best way to the Father, as the book suggests, or is He what the Bible says – the only way?
“But they’re just parables! Stories! It’s not the Bible!” some argue. So is it acceptable to distort the truth in the guise of fiction just to make a point? How is that ever acceptable? Someone said, “CS Lewis did The Chronicles of Narnia, they were spiritual allegories! It wasn’t scripture!” True, that; but unlike The Shack, when Lewis did touch on the nature of God or Jesus, he kept it fairly consistently in line with scripture and the biblical character and nature of God. The Shack has a radically different version of God: One who does not judge, one who can change, one who suggests Jesus is simply a better way to God, not the only way. But feeling trumped truth, and the book has become a multimillion bestseller. To simplify the responses I have heard, “Don’t confuse me with biblical facts. It made me feel good!”
It did not bother leaders and publishers that Young’s second book, Eve – a “reimagining” of the Adam and Eve story – was laced with kabbalistic themes and occultic, gnostic fairy tales. “It’s just a story.” The door opened wider….
You see, Satan keeps pushing the goalpost deeper and deeper into the center of the church, and every time he sees no resistance, he is emboldened and takes it to “the next level.”
Now, the movie is out. The arguments as to why it’s such an amazing life-changing story despite the clear unscriptural aspects that were brought up when the book came out are the same. The difference seems to be that those who support it are much angrier at those of us who pose the crucial questions. “You’re so judgmental! Who do you think you are? You must be looking for a book deal or something. You’ll never lead anyone to Christ, and I doubt if you ever did before.” I’ve had it all thrown at me the last few weeks as I tried to reason it out with folks on Facebook. And I realize that the level of deception had gone so deep that not only were people willing to embrace a lie and ignore the error, but worse – they saw themselves as fully biblical believers who were completely loyal to the Word of God, while at the same time promoting a story by a man who claims that everyone is “in Christ” already. And you cannot reason with that level of delusion. It seems to bother devoted Shack followers not at all that the author is a universalist.

Universalism, the “all paths lead to God” religion, is exactly what is needed to turn the Christian church into part of the one-world antichrist mystery religion that Alice Bailey wrote about and all Luciferian world leaders are counting on.
We did not accept Rob Bell’s universalism. But now we are willing to ignore William Paul Young’s. That is the malignancy of deception unchecked.
This movie comes at a time when the next level of eastern meditation techniques under the guise of “mindfulness” are being pushed into the educational system,[3] and now are coming into the church. (Mindfulness is a Buddhist technique of detachment, leading to realizing the “divine within,” which eventually leads to Nirvana – nonexistence. There are several new “Christian” books promoting meditation and mindfulness practices with devotional books and coloring books, and a new book on spiritual formation and meditation called The Wired Soul: Finding Spiritual Balance in a Hyperconnected Age by Tricia McCary Rhodes which “reintroduces us to the classic disciplines of Scripture reading, meditation, prayer, and contemplation.” In other words, it’s just more repackaged eastern religious teaching and techniques for the church which will further it on the road to the new age goal of “east meets west,” where we all become one under a false one world religion and we all recognize the “Christ spirit” or godhood in each other (Namaste – the divine in me bows to the divine in you.)
Add to that, a new book is being used in Christian youth groups called, God in My Everything: How an Ancient Rhythm Helps Busy People Enjoy God by Ken Shigematsu, who “draws on both eastern and western perspectives in writing and speaking.” Those are buzzwords for introducing a mixing of eastern religion thought processes with Christianity and bringing it into the church.
All of this is producing Christian minds that are malleable, soft, undiscerning, half-drugged, feeling good, and completely open to the power of suggestion from…whoever, and whatever. That is what eastern meditation techniques do. You empty your mind and accept that whatever comes must be good and right and from God.
The church has become an entity seeking to have their ears tickled. Seeking to feel better about their painful lives. Seeking to be successful, happy and prosperous. What is it you seek? Step right up folks…we’ve got it all now.
Everything except the whole truth of the Word of God, the way of the cross, the power of the blood to save and heal and forgive, the altar of God where we come to be broken and changed, healed and set free. Everything which made the Gospel powerful has and is being systematically removed by the enemy of our souls – not because it is not powerful, but because we no longer wish to bow to its demands, its holiness or its truth.
We are seeing the fruit of nearly thirty years of dumbing-down and de-prioritizing the Word of God, giving it a mini-place in our lives while shiny things and baubles and the newest “move” catch our attention and send us off on a fruitless quest for the next experience. The seed of the Word of God has corporately fallen on stony ground, without depth, where it grows up quick, shrivels and dies.
I know I am very passionate about this, reluctant to even use the word passionate, so overused it is. I have a right to be. I grew up in the occult, a world of delusions, lies, and darkness. Even when I tried to turn to new age thought to dispel the darkness, turning to Hinduism, Buddhism, and becoming an avid follower of Paramahansa Yogananda in my little bedroom devouring his every word as “truth,” I ended up deceived, wrecked and in utter darkness, even though some of it temporarily numbed my pain and made me “feel good.”
I understand many of these Christians who are so emotionally bound to The Shack that they have thrown caution to the wind and ignored the dangerous reality that it in fact promotes unbiblical lies and is being promoted by someone who has rejected Biblical truth about hell and salvation. I was one of those Christians after I was saved. I was totally brainwashed. I was a universalist. Then came this “mean man,” this “judgmental Christian” Bible study leader named Dave Malkin, who dared to get out the Word of God and without holding back challenged me about my beliefs. This “judgmental, mean man” saved my spiritual life. (I thank God for Dave, may his memory be blessed!) I needed a hard word to break through the lies.
In all my dealings with everything from Rob Bell to The Shack, I understand that simple logic and reason isn’t working with people who are emotionally invested in the teachers or the stories. People need a wake-up call, and that may not feel good or seem loving. But I cannot apologize for my approach because I see that in the end, The Shack is not just a book or a movie but a game-changer that is extinguishing some of the last lights of discernment out of the hearts of thousands of believers. I know how they feel. I have been there. And I thank God that someone cared enough to hurt me with the truth. When a house is burning down and people are asleep inside, one cannot afford to meekly whisper, hoping the people hear. You have to shout at the top of your lungs, “Get out, quickly!” In dealing with these new delusions, it may be necessary to jar people awake.
Jesus said in Matthew 24 that all of this would happen. Paul said, “Now the Spirit speaketh expressly, that in the latter times some shall depart from the faith, giving heed to seducing spirits, and doctrines of devils”. (1 Tim. 4:1) The great falling away is at hand. But a remnant will remain faithful. I can only pray humbly not to be one who falls for the lies in a moment of vulnerability, or weakness, or pain or giving up, for we are all vulnerable. That is where I understand the motto of the French foreign legion that a friend shared with me. “If I falter, straighten me out. If I stumble, pick me up. If I retreat, shoot me.” Blunt, but as a spiritual warrior it resonates in my heart. None of us are exempt from having to diligently guard against the lies of this age, outside and inside the church.
I believe all these progressive deceptions over the last few decades have been just the build-up to the next great delusion, which could be the final one. God help us to turn away from the slow poisoning of the church through breath-prayers, eastern meditation, mindfulness, yoga, etc. God help us to surrender our soulish ways of perceiving God based on a book that was written by a wounded man, William Paul Young – unhealed from abuse and bitter church hurts – whom those seeking to make a profit have promoted regardless of his spiritual fragility and woundedness – who rejected the God of the Bible for a god who would somehow ease his pain – one that eases your pain as it kills your soul. The Shack is the spiritual Jack Kavorkian of our age.
Pray for William Paul Young, that God would pull him out of this most dangerous and deadly strange fire. Pray for the multitudes who are believing lies. And may God deal with those mercenaries and money changers who care more about what sells and profits them then about the care and protection of the flock of God.
Alice Bailey’s plans are about to come to full fruition. The greatest lie is just around the corner.
Stay strong, saints. “And when these things begin to come to pass, then look up, and lift up your heads; for your redemption draweth nigh. (Luke 21:28) He is coming soon!

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