2 new articles of interest






Reflecting on the times and GOD who never changes.

2Ki 19:31 – For out of Jerusalem shall go a remnant, and out of Mount Zion a band of survivors. The zeal of the Lord will do this.

Isa 1:9 – If the Lord of hostshad not left us a few survivors,we should have been like Sodom,and become like Gomorrah.

 The Survivors, a pro-life student group, led a demonstration at Gov. Schwarzenegger’s Los Angeles office Wednesday criticizing the continued state funding of abortions while budgets for teachers and law enforcement were being cut.  They held banners such as, “Fund Teachers, Not Abortions.”

 Link:  http://www.lifenews.com/state4273.html

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Thursday, July 2, 2009  by Catherine Davis

The Silence of the People is Destroying Our Lambs

I have a new friend who frequently pokes fun at me because I told him the story of how I used to fight every day as a child. While I am a far cry from being a child today, I find there are times when I just have to fight, even if it is not a physical fight like those I had when I was young. There are some issues that make you angry enough that you just have to pick a fight.

 Because I never fought to lose, one of the strategies I used as a child was to hit my opponent first. Doing so gave me greater leverage to win, because I usually hit where I knew it would hurt most, so I could through a second punch before they recovered. So here goes, I am throwing a punch today, straight at the heart of the black community.

 When Jesse Jackson and other leaders of the Civil Rights era shifted their position on abortion the line between feminism and civil rights was so blurred, the door opened for redefining civil rights to include abortion and other social policies such as homosexuality. One of the particularly insidious results of both Jim Crow America and the shift toward abortion as a civil right was the mindset adopted by many in the civil rights movement that blacks are victims. This victim mentality has created in some, a psyche that embraces all verbiage and practices that encroach on civil rights, whether they are so or not. As a result, where blacks would have arisen as one voice against those who would prostitute the black experience, we are now mostly silent.

 Before and after Roe v. Wade was passed, it would have been unheard of for a woman to kill her baby by abortion. Most black women, because of the history of slavery and the selling of our children “down river” considered abortion a part of the dogma of the feminist agenda that most of us summarily rejected. But when the civil rights line blurred, and the targeting of the black community by organizations like Planned Parenthood took root, what was shocking then is now status quo.

 Back in the day it would have been unheard of for any black to accept homosexuality as a civil right yet today that too is becoming the status quo. The protest against the passage of California’s Proposition 8 is a clear example of the homosexual prostitution of the civil rights movement. Big, burly white men snatched a cross from the hands of a little old white lady and screamed in her face that they were fighting for their rights just as blacks fought for theirs. Once again we have another group hijacking the black experience. (Prop 8 Rally turns violent – kpsplocal2.com)

 Yet today we are alarmingly silent as they claim they are fighting for their rights just as blacks did in the fifties and sixties. They had no problem however, calling us niggers when they protested in California. Prop 8 protest. They had no problem adopting one of our young black boys, sexually abusing him, and then pimping him to other pedophiles. Duke Rape Case. But the silence goes on.

Where are the protests against Planned Parenthood’s Negro Project that is still being implemented today by executing young black babies in the womb? Where is the outrage against a late term abortionist likening the shooting of Dr. Tiller, another late term abortionist to one of our great heroes, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.? What a despicable slap in the face to the black community. Where are the protests for the young five year old brother who will now have to fight for his life against the memory of his vile treatment at the hands of homosexual pedophiles? Who will fight for him?

Have we become so victim minded that we will continue in this spiral of death against our babies and young men? I can only pray that each of you reading this will join me in throwing the second punch. Call out these acts for what they are. Get on TV, Radio, Facebook and Twitter. Sound the alarm. Let us go get our babies. Let us go rescue our men!!!!

 http://www.onenewsnow.com/Culture/Default.aspx?id=586388

Duke’s homosexual rape case elicits silence

Pete Chagnon – OneNewsNow – 7/1/2009 5:00:00 AM

 Caution: This story contains descriptions that some may find offensive.

 A professor of criminology at the University of North Carolina-Wilmington says the outrage over a homosexual statutory rape case at Duke University is a deafening sound of silence.

  Frank Lombard, associate director of Duke University’s Center for Health Policy, has been accused of molesting his adopted five-year-old African-American son and offering him up for sex with strangers on the Internet. Lombard’s homosexual partner, who resides in the same house with Lombard, was allegedly unaware of the activities.

 Mike Adams is a professor at UNC-Wilmington and has written several pieces on the case.

 “The conduct that he was accused of engaging in, in front of a webcam with his five-year-old son, includes molestation,” Adams explains. “There was oral sex that was involved, and other very unhealthy practices that are too grotesque for me to describe….”

 In a 2006 rape case involving white lacrosse players from Duke who were accused of raping a black stripper, more than 80 university officials and professors signed a statement accusing the players of racism. The players were eventually found innocent of all charges.

 Adams wonders where those professors are now in this new rape case at the university. “I expect to see a continued silence on this,” he relates. “I don’t expect them to ever speak out on the issue — and I expect, as a result of that, Duke University to take a severe, severe hit in the court of public opinion.”

 If convicted, Lombard faces up to 20 years in prison.






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