News Roundup! Tax Day, Cher, Dem Polling, Fundraising, Notre Dame, Tiger Woods, Economic Train, Mueller Report…..

You know it’s bad for the Left, Democrats, MSM etc. when the NY Times has to report the truth to their readers.

From the article linked above:

If you’re an American taxpayer, you probably got a tax cut last year. And there’s a good chance you don’t believe it.

Ever since President Trump signed the Republican-sponsored tax bill in December 2017, independent analyses have consistently found that a large majority of Americans would owe less because of the law. Preliminary data based on tax filings has shown the same.

To a large degree, the gap between perception and reality on the tax cuts appears to flow from a sustained — and misleading — effort by liberal opponents of the law to brand it as a broad middle-class tax increase.

From the article linked above:

H&R Block (NYSE:HRB) released data through March 31, 2019 showing the overall tax liability for their clients was down an average 24.9% under the first year of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA). All 50 states and the District of Columbia (D.C.) saw their average tax liability decrease anywhere from 18.0% to 29.1%.

The biggest takeaway from the data is the gap between the overall reduction in liability and the size of the increase in tax refunds.

The Economic Train continues to smile as she picks up passengers and runs over her enemies.

Our President is absolutely KILLING the Democrats, RINOs, CoC, Koch Brothers, MSM etc. by stating that he is going to have illegals that are required to be released sent to Sanctuary Cities and States across our country.

He is also highlighting former Obama personnel that worked at DHS.

He just had some fun with Cher!

The latest Democrat Polling is out.

Meanwhile look how much our President raised in the 1st Quarter.

From the article linked above:

President Donald Trump’s reelection campaign is set to report that it raised more than $30 million in the first quarter of 2019, edging out his top two Democratic rivals combined, according to figures it provided to The Associated Press.

The haul brings the campaign’s cash on hand to $40.8 million, an unprecedented war chest for an incumbent president this early in a campaign.

The Trump campaign said nearly 99% of its donations were of $200 or less, with an average donation of $34.26.

Trump’s fundraising ability was matched by the Republican National Committee, which brought in $45.8 million in the first quarter — its best non-election year total. Combined, the pro-Trump effort is reporting $82 million in the bank, with $40.8 million belonging to the campaign alone.

I absolutely love that our President is honoring Tiger Woods with the Presidential Medal of Freedom for all the right reasons.

The Cathedral of Notre Dame is engulfed in flames. Wonder who might of did it?

The Mueller Report will be available for us to see on Thursday.

From the article linked above:

Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s much-anticipated Russia report is set to be released to the public and Congress on Thursday morning, the Justice Department announced.

Justice Department spokeswoman Kerri Kupec told Fox News on Monday the report would be made available — with redactions — Thursday morning to lawmakers and to the public. The news comes despite mounting calls from Democrats to first release the report to Congress without redactions.

The DOJ also noted every page of Mueller’s report was marked to indicate it may contain grand jury material “and therefore could not immediately be released.”

Our President is in MN to talk about his Economic Agenda. You can watch it at the link below.


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      1. “and Officials Don’t Know Why”

        “It’s Ramadan, the loveliest time of the year,
        When the air is filled with the joyful sounds,
        Of exploding cars and suicide bombers,
        And the pungent aromas
        of gunpowder and concrete dust,
        The sweet scents of flesh and blood,
        Baking on hot pavement and sand.
        It’s Islam’s way of sharing and caring
        And spreading Ramadan cheer!”

        Ramadan 2019 in United States will begin in the evening of Sunday May 5
        and ends in the evening of Tuesday June 4

        From Ramadan 2018 – Day 23 – 175 Attacks – 1229 Dead

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        1. Boom, Bang,

          Moslems have been attacking churches, statues, icons, just about any religious objects or symbols that are not “theirs”. They have a particular hate for the Virgin Mary, as is evidenced by their multiple “beheadings” of statues throughout France. I suspect they don’t use their usual knives that they use on humans (infidels, apostates, and enemies, oh, my)…

          The religion of pieces is leaving Europe in pieces.

          Time to send those aniimals back from whence they came. Light up the “cube” and let them see how it feels. Maybe warm up the haj…

          Another thought – could there have been maintenance being done on the Cathedral? It seems that the last decade oro so, there have been MANY roof fires (and then lost buildings) because of poorly qualified maintenance workers (or careless ones) causing fires or other structural damage. Then again, one only has to look at many work crews here in Europe to see the, erm, herkunft (origin) of the workers. Seems they stop five times a day, point south, and bend over. Time to kick ’em.. (Kek ’em?)…

          (Sorry for the rant. I’m sick and tired of the trail of blood, rapes, and terror they’re leaving over here. And the “gubmint” isn’t any help; indeed they’re a major part of the problem)….

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        2. Gail,

          The verse you quoted is quite apt at describing the joys of Ramadan, but the line about dates gives the Mohammedans a bit too much credit for religious rhyme and reason.

          Actually, their rules say that if adult male Mohammedan witnesses in each of their communities see the New Moon, or the thin crescent of the moon, post-New, the month will thereby officially end for the particular Mohammedan community in question, and Eid al-Adha start, before the 30th night of Ramadan.

          So the date of 4th June actually represents the worst case scenario. The “month” of Ramadan may last 28, 29, or 30 nights, depending on weather conditions. Clear skies mean the locals witness the New Moon on the 28th night, and we are thereby blessed with a slightly shorter period of mayhem and destruction.

          This also means that Mohammedans in different part of the world will, in unpredictable fashion, be sitting down to feast on the 1st night of ‘Eid on different nights, thereby commencing their 48 consecutive hours of being allowed to stuff themselves night and day. This will follow 28, 29, or 30 consecutive nights of weight gain from stuffing themselves at Iftar feasts and associated pre-dawn breakfasts during the nighttime hours only.

          Jihadis wishing to take advantage of Allah’s two-fer Ramadan special on brownie points to get into jannat (Mo’s version of heaven, described by infidel scholars as being rather like a brothel in the sky,) will presumably be focused on religious training in such activities as knifing, shooting, and bomb-making, all the better to slay infidels, rather than just the eating.


        1. “the famous saint sulpice church in paris was lit on fire just last month. the month before that an attack on st. nicholas in northern france, and another fire lit in saint alain cathedral in south-central france.

          there seems to be a recurring theme here.”


          Clearly stronger fire-control laws are needed.

          If they can just find a way to regulate, license, tax, penalize and otherwise completely suffocate and ban fire from common use, this scourge upon humanity could finally be stopped!

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          1. Quicker and more effective to just ban Moslems. Problem solved.

            And to the snowflakes: they (the Mozzies) do it to us! Try to find a Christian church in most of the Moslem world, or try carrying a Bible with you, or travel in with a Bible in your carryon luggage (or even your regular luggage, in some cases).

            You won’t have a pleasant experience…

            No, Taqiyyah allows them to pretend (and LIE) that they are peaceful, compliant, and want to integrate.

            Their actions, their crimes, and the tests and statistics tell a VERY different story… and I see it here in Germany every single day…

            More (Moor?)over, it has been that way with the Turkish “Gastarbeitern” for as long as they’ve been here. The Greeks, Italians, Spanish, Asians, and other, non-Moslem immigrants have worked to be almost “more German than the Germans” (sometimes humorously so). The Turks (and Iranians, Iraquis, Moroccans, Somalis, Sudanese, und, und, und)? Nope. Even in the fourth generation… ’nuff said…

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      1. Where is Macron?

        And this is a good point as well:

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    1. I am waiting for them to set flames to the Louvre too.

      That is what muslims do. BURN LIBRARIES AND MUSEUM AND CHURCHES AND PEOPLE AND CULTURE of anyone that is NOT them.

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          1. “Twitter is hard at work taking down tweets as fast as they can!”


            If the president switched to Gab, 60+ million of his Twitter followers would switch to Gab too.

            And everybody else would soon follow, as the concentrated toxicity of Leftists who remained on Twitter degenerated into pure hate and degeneracy.

            I don’t know what the president is waiting for.

            Millions of people like myself, who speak freely, as prevented from even using gay-Marxist Twitter.

            Every time I read a ‘Tweet’ from some lunatic Leftist or politician or news-nobody, I (and no doubt countless others) have glorious retorts and comebacks, which would mock and humiliate the Left into submission, if the right of We the People to express ourselves was upheld.

            Gab does uphold that right.

            Twitter is nothing more than a tool of the hateful anti-American Left.

            What are you waiting for, DJT?

            Switch to Gab, and let the rest of us GET IN THE GAME!

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              1. Just coat it with bacon grease…

                Hmmm. Maybe they could do that to “the cube”. Airdrop a few tons of bacon grease, and a few hundred cases-worth of pork rinds onto the “worshipful meteorite” and let the games begin.

                Maybe spray it with Wild Turkey and Everclear, and light it… Mmmmh, Mmmmh, good… time for a BBQ…

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      1. Yep – see Fle’s notes about the other attacks across France.

        Frankly, this is nothing less than a direct assault on our culture. As was immediately pointed out PDJT.

        Instinctively, he knows before any in-depth briefing.

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        1. Wow….and, yes, I’m inclined to believe that the left’s favorite “protected religious group” is behind those attacks. Of course, no one besides us will dare to suggest that said protected religious group is quite capable of pulling off these attacks because of their hatred of Christianity.

          I won’t be surprised if they eventually try to pin these attacks (including the burning of Notre Dame) on some “white nationalists”. They always do.

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        1. “They did get the relics out. Although, given how long they’ve survived thus far….”


          It would be very interesting to see the ‘chain of custody’ on those relics.

          Without conclusive evidence, it becomes a matter of pure dogmatic ‘belief’, which turns ‘faith’ into a carnival sideshow, where the relic-holders are the carnival barkers.

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          1. Well, the thing about the relics from the Passion, all but the Grail have blood on them. It has been determined that not only is the blood type the same on each of them (AB-), but it’s from the same person and the markings match. The provenance on all of them dates far enough back that all but the Grail, which is agate I understand, should have disintegrated by now as they are natural materials. And then there’s the pollen, and the weaves, and other stuff.

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            1. I would LOVE to believe it.

              Therein lies the catch.

              It’s easy to believe, to be persuaded, to what you want to believe.

              And TPTB have a strongly vested interest — and not an altruistic one — in cultivating such beliefs.

              And in all fairness, the historical (and current) credibility of the RCC, no different than other men, is zero.


            2. At our recent gospel meeting, the guest preacher spent the first 5 minutes exhorting the congregation not to assume he is correct or take his word for anything, but to think for ourselves, to compare everything he would say to what God’s Word says, referencing Acts 17:11.

              And he observed that if you could assume anyone was correct, if you could take anyone’s word in matters of God, certainly it would be the word of Paul the Apostle, chosen by Christ Himself to teach and save the lost.

              But the Bereans did not take Paul’s word for anything. They compared even what Paul said to the Scriptures, to see for themselves whether what Paul taught was true. And that is preserved for our example to do the same.

              It is the surest way to avoid error, and to avoid being misled, either by accident or by design.

              “These were more noble than those in Thessalonica, in that they received the word with all readiness of mind, and searched the scriptures daily, whether those things were so.” (Acts 17:11, KJV)


              1. Basic questions here: Did they check the OT to see if what Paul was saying was true? Was the NT written before Paul was preaching? Kind of confusing. Please clarify for me. Thank you.

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              2. Jane, I replied to your questions using a link to another post of yours above (or below?), since there was no ‘reply’ button after the link where you posted your questions.

                Also, I did not see your question until I happened to find it this evening. It helps to alert someone by clicking the ‘like’ button, because it sends an email to that person, letting him or her know that there may be a response.

                You can always click the ‘like’ button a second time to ‘unlike’ or remove your ‘like’, but the ‘alert email’ will already have been received.

                Otherwise, I might never have seen your question (which I’m sure happens frequently).

                And there are times when I don’t check after an email alert, but usually that is only if there are multiple ‘likes’ to the same post, and I have already checked it recently, so I do miss some replies, but I try not to miss many 🙂


            3. “Well, I’m not going to convince you, but that doesn’t make it not true.”


              Who can argue with that logic?



        2. “Some time ago I learned not to get into circular arguments. Probably comes from living with engineers.”


          I like engineers. My Dad was an engineer, and so is my sister.

          Which part is the ‘circular argument’?

          I’m here to learn! 😁

          If you mean to suggest that anything written in the pages of the Bible cannot be used as evidence for the truth of the Bible, that position ignores the fact that the 66 individual books, letters and epistles contained within the Bible were not all written down at the same time or by the same person.

          You could correctly say that all 66 are by the same Author (they were each inspired by God), but if you make that argument, then you are conceding that it’s true.

          And if we take them each as individual ancient manuscripts, all testifying to the same truths, reconciling forwards and backwards, then arguments based on those individual testimonies don’t become ‘circular’ simply because you put them all in the same binding, hundreds of years after they were written.

          Suppose you had separate manuscript evidence from Plato, Sophocles, Aristotle, and Euripides, all of whom testified to some historical event or fact. Researchers and historians would give their right arm for that kind of documentary evidence. If I collected them and put all four testimonial accounts in one binder, does that suddenly make it a ‘circular argument’ because I am using accounts from the same ‘bound volume’ to validate a claim?

          Each of the 27 NT and 39 OT books is an independent ancient manuscript.

          The fact that these individual ancient manuscripts have been subsequently collected together into one volume we now call the ‘Bible’ does not make it “circular reasoning” when referencing one to the other any more than it would be circular reasoning to have Aristotle reference Sophocles.

          An argument for circular reasoning would make more sense if you argued that any individual book in the Bible cannot validate itself, but that position does not hold up when the collected individual manuscripts provide evidence for the others.

          At that point, the only way the claim of circular reasoning could be made is because each independent book has been placed into one bound volume. Separate them back out into 39 OT and 27 NT individual books and the circular reasoning argument no longer applies.

          There is more evidence for the authenticity of the NT, and more ancient copies of books of the NT, than any other ancient writings in existence. If one would dismiss the authenticity of the NT (or OT) manuscripts, then by the same reasoning, one must also similarly dismiss the vast majority of our knowledge of the ancient world, because the evidence we have for most of our knowledge is much less (in volume and completeness) than the evidence we have of the books of the Old and New Testaments.


            1. I give up trying to understand your replies on this subject, lol!

              First you allude to a ‘circular argument’ without ever explaining what you’re referring to, so I guessed and addressed what I thought your implied argument was.

              Then you say you’re not getting into a Biblical argument (I wasn’t arguing ABOUT the Bible, I drawing an analogy between the Bible and other ancient texts, and showing that the Bible consists of 66 different independent accounts or testimonies, only some of which were written down by Paul).

              Obviously Paul did not write down each of the epistles attributed to him concurrently, but what that has to do with (or how it is responsive to) my previous post is a mystery, lol!


            2. “Since there are 73 books in the Bible. etc., I don’t get into Biblical arguments.”


              Except you can’t defend that claim, you can only assert it dogmatically, which goes to the HEART of the schism between the RCC and every other follower of Christ.

              Roman Catholics can play games on this subject all the way to Judgment Day.

              But on Judgment Day, there will be no obfuscation, no dogma, no red herrings, no logical fallacies, no misdirection, no dodging, no lies, and smoke and mirrors, there will be no fooling or deceiving Christ, there will only be truth.

              So my challenge, always, to every man or woman who adheres to doctrines or beliefs they cannot (or will not) defend, is to take myself or anyone else out of the equation, and make your defense of your belief as if it was Judgment Day, and you are standing before Christ.

              That is the test.

              They can play games with me or any other person who challenges their dogmas, but they will not be playing any games with Jesus Christ on Judgment Day.


              1. We don’t play games. The truth is that Martin Luther switched the original Old Testament for the newfangled one the Jerusalem Jews fashioned for themselves after Christ walked on earth, but that is one of the truths that will not be accepted simply because the Church teaches it, right up there with Constantine being a Roman Emporer, not a pope.



    Bet they want to build a (insert expletives) mosque there.

    H8-H8-H8-H8-H8-H8-H8-H8-H8 Islam with the heat of 10 Trillion Suns!!!!!

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    1. Churches all across Europe are being vandalized – excrement thrown into them. Despicable.

      European leaders are responsible for inviting devilish barbarian rapists and murderers into their countries.

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        1. “Just like what happened 1300-1400 years ago. Let’s hope they don’t take a hundred years to wake up and do something about it this time.”


          Unlike the last time, where combat was hand to hand, this time the West has such an advantage in technology and weapons that it’s comical.

          The muzzie invaders have small arms and improvised explosive devices, and acid.

          Europe doesn’t even require the military to defeat, expel or otherwise eradicate islam from Europe, the police forces alone could do it.

          The only reason they DON’T do it is for lack of political will.

          And the reason for lack of politicial will is because the political-class of Europe, just like the political-class of Australia, Canada, New Zealand and America, are treasonous, traitorous bastards who are COMPLICIT in the islamic invasions of their respective countries.

          So the primary enemy is the POLITICAL-CLASS and the POLITICIANS.

          Until or unless you eliminate them, you won’t have access to the police (or military) required to expel the islamic cockroaches.

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          1. This too shall pass. Frankie might well be the one so many mystics warned about. Saw something yesterday about a school being worked on by Steve Bannon to teach orthodoxy to leadership outside of Rome. Normally, I wouldn’t heed the news too seriously, but NBC, I think it was, went out of their way to decry the effort, even dragging out James Martin, S.J., to condemn it. I get the idea there’s stuff going on outside of the public eye.

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          2. Hi Jane, I’m replying here because there was no ‘reply’ button available under your question, which I just found:

            Jane wrote: “Basic questions here: Did they check the OT to see if what Paul was saying was true?”


            That has always been my understanding, that the reference was to the Old Testament. It is often said that the New Testament is the Old Testament fulfilled.

            In fact, Jesus makes a statement to that effect in this passage, where He reads from Isaiah (i.e., ‘Esaias’):

            “And he came to Nazareth, where he had been brought up: and, as his custom was, he went into the synagogue on the sabbath day, and stood up for to read. [17] And there was delivered unto him the book of the prophet Esaias. And when he had opened the book, he found the place where it was written, [18] The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, because he hath anointed me to preach the gospel to the poor; he hath sent me to heal the brokenhearted, to preach deliverance to the captives, and recovering of sight to the blind, to set at liberty them that are bruised, [19] To preach the acceptable year of the Lord.

            [20] And he closed the book, and he gave it again to the minister, and sat down. And the eyes of all them that were in the synagogue were fastened on him. [21] And he began to say unto them, This day is this scripture fulfilled in your ears.” (Luke 4:16-21, KJV)

            Keep in mind, they would have stoned to death any other man who made such a claim.


            There are 3 examples which immediately come to mind (there are many more, but I had to make a quick note of these 3 before I forgot them… I start looking up one, and then I forget the others!) with regard to your question, and checking the Old Testament Scriptures to make sure the thinks Paul taught about Christ were so (i.e., were true).

            Example 1:
            In Acts chapter 8 we learn about the Ethiopian eunuch, the treasurer for the Queen of Ethiopia, who had come to Jerusalem to worship, and who was reading the Old Testament book of Isaiah (a.k.a., Esaias).

            “And the angel of the Lord spake unto Philip, saying, Arise, and go toward the south unto the way that goeth down from Jerusalem unto Gaza, which is desert. [27] And he arose and went: and, behold, a man of Ethiopia, an eunuch of great authority under Candace queen of the Ethiopians, who had the charge of all her treasure, and had come to Jerusalem for to worship, [28] Was returning, and sitting in his chariot read Esaias the prophet. [29] Then the Spirit said unto Philip, Go near, and join thyself to this chariot.

            [30] And Philip ran thither to him, and heard him read the prophet Esaias, and said, Understandest thou what thou readest? [31] And he said, How can I, except some man should guide me? And he desired Philip that he would come up and sit with him. [32] The place of the scripture which he read was this, He was led as a sheep to the slaughter; and like a lamb dumb before his shearer, so opened he not his mouth: [33] In his humiliation his judgment was taken away: and who shall declare his generation? for his life is taken from the earth. [34] And the eunuch answered Philip, and said, I pray thee, of whom speaketh the prophet this? of himself, or of some other man? [35] Then Philip opened his mouth, and began at the same scripture, and preached unto him Jesus.” (Acts 8:26-35, boldface emphasis mine)

            The Scripture the Ethiopian was reading is Isaiah chapter 53.


            Example 2:
            And there is the passage which took place after Christ was crucified, and He was risen, and appeared to the two disciples (without revealing who He was) as they walked to Emmaus. Clearly the New Testament had not been written yet, so the reference must necessarily be to the Old Testament:

            “And, behold, two of them went that same day to a village called Emmaus, which was from Jerusalem about threescore furlongs. [14] And they talked together of all these things which had happened. [15] And it came to pass, that, while they communed together and reasoned, Jesus himself drew near, and went with them. [16] But their eyes were holden that they should not know him. [17] And he said unto them, What manner of communications are these that ye have one to another, as ye walk, and are sad?

            [18] And the one of them, whose name was Cleopas, answering said unto him, Art thou only a stranger in Jerusalem, and hast not known the things which are come to pass there in these days? [19] And he said unto them, What things? And they said unto him, Concerning Jesus of Nazareth, which was a prophet mighty in deed and word before God and all the people: [20] And how the chief priests and our rulers delivered him to be condemned to death, and have crucified him. [21] But we trusted that it had been he which should have redeemed Israel: and beside all this, to day is the third day since these things were done. [22] Yea, and certain women also of our company made us astonished, which were early at the sepulchre; [23] And when they found not his body, they came, saying, that they had also seen a vision of angels, which said that he was alive. [24] And certain of them which were with us went to the sepulchre, and found it even so as the women had said: but him they saw not.

            [25] Then he said unto them, O fools, and slow of heart to believe all that the prophets have spoken: [26] Ought not Christ to have suffered these things, and to enter into his glory? [27] And beginning at Moses and all the prophets, he expounded unto them in all the scriptures the things concerning himself.” (Luke 24:13-27)


            Example 3:
            Another example is Apollos, a jew who taught Christ at the Jewish Synagogues, and therefore was clearly teaching from the Old Testament:

            “And a certain Jew named Apollos, born at Alexandria, an eloquent man, and mighty in the scriptures, came to Ephesus. [25] This man was instructed in the way of the Lord; and being fervent in the spirit, he spake and taught diligently the things of the Lord, knowing only the baptism of John. [26] And he began to speak boldly in the synagogue: whom when Aquila and Priscilla had heard, they took him unto them, and expounded unto him the way of God more perfectly.

            [27] And when he was disposed to pass into Achaia, the brethren wrote, exhorting the disciples to receive him: who, when he was come, helped them much which had believed through grace: [28] For he mightily convinced the Jews, and that publickly, shewing by the scriptures that Jesus was Christ.” (Act 18:24-28, boldface emphasis mine)

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          3. Part 2 of 2:

            Jane: “Was the NT written before Paul was preaching? Kind of confusing. Please clarify for me. Thank you.”


            Specific dates are difficult to pin down precisely, but can often be narrowed down to a range of possible dates. There are 66 books (letters, epistles) collected into one volume called the Bible. 39 of those books are the Old Testament, and 27 are the New Testament.

            The Roman Catholic Bible later added extra books, called ‘The Apocrypha’, which are important historical references, but which are not considered to be inspired by God (i.e., not Scripture) by anyone I am aware of besides Roman Catholics, for whom it is a matter of dogma (apparently). If I remember correctly, at least one of the Apocryphal books added by the RCC specifically states that it is not Scripture, but that doesn’t matter to Roman Catholics (apparently). Roman Catholics are second only to Democrats when it comes to attempting to reason anything logicially, because they are indoctrinated to believe the doctrines and commandments of MEN in their church, over and above what God’s Word actually says. This both maddening AND the cause of the large majority of DIVISION among those who identify as Christians.

            In other words, there is God’s way (as revealed in His Word), and there are the doctrines, commandments and traditions of fallible men in the RCC which is NOT found anywhere in God’s Word. Following traditions, doctrines and commandments of Men guarantees division between those who follow God’s Word, and those who wing it, following after fallible men.

            I wish there was a nicer way to say it, but the truth is the truth. If we have a Manual of God (and we do, i.e., God’s Word), and it says ‘A, B, C, and D’, and then someone comes along LATER and adds ‘E, F, G… hijklmnopqrstuvwxyz’ without any Authority from God to do so, they create DIVISION, they MANUFACTURE division, i.e., a situation where any honest observer must choose sides, whether to follow God or men.

            That is the position the RCC puts people in, either choose RCC dogma or choose God’s Word.

            I wonder which Peter and the other Apostles, would counsel and choose?

            “Then Peter and the other apostles answered and said, We ought to obey God rather than men.” (Acts 5:29)

            Critics might (and have) accuse me of taking that verse out of context, to which I would (and have) reply, if there is any context wherein that verse is NOT true and applicable, what might that be?

            I have yet to hear a response to that question, only silence.

            There are plenty of Protestants (and others) who have followed after the doctrines, commandments and traditions of men too. Even many of the SAME doctrines, for which the PROTESTANT movement came to be, and yet many Protestant denominations now practice RCC traditions and doctrines of men, against which the Protestant Reformers fought. That is an error which too many have in common with the RCC.


            The books (letters, epistles) of the New Testament were written down beginning after the ascension of Christ (i.e., around 33 A.D.) up to around the mid 90s A.D., when the book of Revelation is thought to have been written down.

            So 27 books / letters / epistles, written across a span of some 60 years or less.

            Paul is credited with writing down (by inspiration of God, dates are estimates from an Interweb article: ) at least 12 epistles, and though it cannot be confirmed with certainty, it appears that Paul is likely the writer of the book of Hebrews as well:

            Letters / epistles written by Paul:
            Galatians (AD 47)
            1 and 2 Thessalonians (AD 49—51)
            1 and 2 Corinthians and Romans (AD 52—56)
            Ephesians, Philemon, Colossians, and Philippians (AD 60—62, during Paul’s first Roman imprisonment)
            1 Timothy and Titus (AD 62)
            2 Timothy (AD 63—64, during Paul’s second Roman imprisonment)


            So the answer to your question is that:

            A) some books of the NT were written before Paul was converted (probably the four Gospels, because Paul is not mentioned until the Book of Acts, but Acts is attributed to the physician Luke, also the writer of the Gospel of Luke, the same Luke who traveled with Paul, see Colossians 4:14 and 2 Timothy 4:11),

            B) some books of the NT were written WHILE Paul was preaching,

            C) some books of the NT were written down BY Paul himself (he was the writer of at least 12 of the 27 books of the New Testament), and

            D) some books were written after Paul had been martyred, estimated to have happened between 64 AD and 68 AD (e.g., Revelation would have been written some 25 years after Paul’s death).


      1. Speaking of excrement, I wonder what our out-and-proud-Hijab-Harridans are going to say about this? Are they going to blame it on the Jews, France, Martel, Vlad, or President Trump?

        Wonder what the “practicing” Catholic (OK, faux Catholic) Pelosi is going to say?

        And is there a word yet from “Francis the talking fool” or is he writing a speech about the CO² output from the flames, and how the replacement building should be more sensitive to the environment? Perhaps he’ll suggest a Mosque at the site, to promote peace?

        Will be interesting to see who celebrates, and who condemns. Both publicly and privately… Cui Bono…

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  2. BE WARNED and AWARE – the hordes of barbarian pagan Islamists that the Clintons-Bushes-Obama allowed into our country plan to do the same thing in the USA – destroy, rape, burn, bomb.

    That’s what they ARE and want to do.

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    1. When I was in Scotland about 10 years ago I took a tour through many Cathedrals. I was told the upkeep of those old cathedrals is enourmmous and they have trouble keeping them up.
      One wonders how willing government are to preserve history. Many of those buildings are a reminder of a time when Christianity flourished in Europe. Pheasants were taxed unmercy fully at that time.
      Craftspeople gave their life to the project of living and dying building the churches.
      Sad day for France and its people loosing the Cathedral.

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      1. Notre Dame – Our Lady – what a symbol. Especially since Western and European culture are now so anti-womanhood with the advent of abortion, femi-nazism, and the invasion of Islam.

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  3. Two tweets to share. One is to the upbeat of Flep’s roundup. The second is for the tears we shed over Notre Dame.

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  4. This is absolutely horrible and a devastating tragedy.
    My husband are heading to Paris for Easter weekend and had planned on attending Easter morning Mass at Notre-Dame, so this is a complete shock as to how surreal this is. It was an active living church to me, and I visited it anytime I was near Paris (even hoping out on the train during quick layovers), and attended Mass there before, It is a special place for many, and my Parisian friends are in utter shock right now.

    I will say that once we decided to make plans to attend Mass at Notre Dame, I instantly had a premonition that something was going to occur at ND around this Easter season. I had no proof, just a firm thought, and an instinct to remain vigilant.

    I’ve been fortunate (unfortunate?) to pick up on things like this before – I was in London on the bridge in the same spot, literally 24 hours prior to the attack near Big Ben (I have a photo of me with Big Ben time showing the same time but the day prior and was in the airport when I saw the news showing the attack), I felt spared….and I was planning on being at the finish line for the Boston Marathon when the bombing occurred, as I worked a few blocks down the road and was going to cheer on a colleague, but was delayed chatting in the office when the bombing occurred. Again I felt I was spared.

    Each time I had the same feeling afterwards as I do now, that what had occurred wasn’t natural, something is/was afoot. And as always, my first reaction is to pray for humanity and for God’s continued protection.

    I don’t know what else to say…..

    (other than, and this is a horrible transition, but isn’t it interesting the Boston Marathon incident occurred the same day……Patriots Day. What is it about this date?)

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  5. It’s sacrifice season on the Satanic calendar. I’m sure this will be pinned on the Muslims (not to downplay their threat), but we all know who the real puppetmasters are.

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      1. The New Zealand mosque false flag happened exactly one month ago. The cabal is desperate to start another war between Christians and Muslims.

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          1. GOD wins. From the beginning of time, in the present, and forever more.

            It’s the Moslems and their father, the Devil, who want us to think otherwise. Don’t fall for it…

            I see this as a sort of “wake-up” call. Time to quit worrying about Gore-Bull warming, and take care of what really matters…

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  6. I feel so sick inside over the loss of the Notre Dame Cathedral. Anything beautiful, historic, or emblematic of Western Civ gets destroyed by those animals.

    It is like them destroying those ancient Buddas, or frankly like our own vile Leftists tearing down statues.

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    1. I agree Sylvia!! No wonder our President uses the word “animals” –Not just MS13–But terrorists everywhere…
      I am so sad for all Christian civilization! 😪😥

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      1. I don’t even think the term animal fits them. Its an insult to animals. We need a new word.

        My Mom and I are so heartbroken over Notre Dame. I just can’t. I’m sure someone on MSM will say ‘well its only a building’….

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        1. “We need a new word.”

          How about…’savages’.

          I agree that the term animal doesn’t fit them, and is insulting to animals.

          These people are savages with no respect for life.

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            1. Satanic miscreants. Or, indeed, Satanic misanthropes.

              They HATE anyone who isn’t them.

              Sort of like our libturd SJW snowflakes.

              Or the Orcs and Trolls in LOTR. Sauron cannot create; he can only destroy. Just like the Devil, after whom he was modelled. Satan roams around like a lion, seeking to consume and devour whoever he can. And trap, and cause to sin. And even if they don’t, he stands in Heaven, before GOD, day and night, accusing them (the elect) of anything and everything.

              Sounds just like the DEMONcRATs, eh?

              Hmmm. Sauros…

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    2. What worries me is that Macaroon will blame the Yellow Vests, or somehow twist the real culpability into something (or someone) else for political gain.

      This is, in a sense, France’s 9-11. It may also prompt a response similar to Bubhie’s “Patriot” Act, which is neither patriotic, nor helpful to the USA.

      It also is a case of “choose now whom ye will serve”. There are many people who don’t give a rip. But unless they do something, and soon, it will be them getting ripped. Joshua 24:15 says:

      And if it seem evil unto you to serve the Lord, choose you this day whom ye will serve; whether the gods which your fathers served that were on the other side of the flood, or the gods of the Amorites, in whose land ye dwell: but as for me and my house, we will serve the Lord.

      We are being given a choice here, especially considering it is Easter Week (I don’t thnk this is a coincidence).

      The Moslems attack symbols as that is what terrorism is all about. And you can bet there is dancing in the streets in no-go zones, down in the pit of Hell, and probably all over the Middle East, except Israel, who are probably as shocked, sad, and appalled as we are, but not surprised, as they see this kind of animal behaviour every single day.

      These subhuman, single-braincell miscreants only understand one thing: “My stick is bigger than your stick”.
      Well, it’s about time someone sticks it to them.

      How about it, Macaroon? Will your momma/teacher/wife let you out to be a man? Or do you want to see the rest of the cathedrals and churches fall, along with Western Civilization, as instructed by your Satanic Illuminist overlords?

      Remember, a church (building) may fall, but THE CHURCH will NEVER fall.

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        1. Yet it isperfectly fine if they WALK ON or burn our flag. Rescue the Flag — GO TO JAIL!

          Veteran Rescues American Flag – Gets Arrested

          Late last week [2015], protesters at Valdosta State University in Georgia thought it fitting and proper to punctuate their demonstration by walking on an outstretched American flag – an act that sparked Michelle Manhart, an Air Force veteran…

          Regulation madness: Veteran faces federal charges

          A 74-year-old Vietnam-era U.S. Army veteran could face federal criminal charges for displaying American flags and taking pictures outside a veterans park. Since 2008, Robert Rosebrock has dedicated countless hours to help bring awareness to the growing problem of homeless veterans who are neglected by the Department of Veterans Affairs.

          And of course there are many others.


    3. Very angry with politicians. Cabal is to blame and so is the Church, this Pope encourages mass migration.
      What will it take to fight this cancer spreading across the globe? Americans are shut down when the obnoxious congresswoman spews hatred. Americans need to stand, control the field of play!

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    1. And the Trump Administration ain’t giving in to the Democrat Socialists:

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  7. KT Hopkins, UK sees the big picture – the decline and surrender of Judeo-Christian European Western Culture.

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    1. EU Status Quo:

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      1. Kölner Dom?

        Cathedral in Cologne…

        Scene of the New Years’ rape riots in 2015, and home to thousands of radical Salafists (but I repeat myself)…

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        1. Yes that one… as well. My how times have changed.

          Didn’t they charge 3 people and that was it?

          Thinking more along the line of the Aachener Dom… but for them a targets a target


          1. Yep. I’ve been here almost 35 years, and the last four have had more damage and problems than the previous 30+ combined. Of course, Merde-Kuh will call it Kulturelle Bereicherung, but for whom? Everything the Moslems touch is ruined or destroyed.

            But “Mutti” is unfazed, and probably sound asleep. No statements from her in the news, so far (it’s in the middle of the night over here). She’ll probably be sucking up to the Moslems tomorrow, saying that “such a peaceful religion could never do such a thing”. Seems the DDR vacuumed out any knowledge of history from her. Indeed, any knowledge at all…

            Ministerin of AgitProp. New country, same job. When will the people here see??? And, of course, the YSM and the (nicht)Volksparteien are hammering away at the AfD, the only hope for a real people-oriented government, indeed MGGA…

            GOD forgive and help us all. We’re not all Atheist commies over here, but I feel like I did putting up with Øbozo for those eight horrible years… Thank GOD for VSGPDJT. Please pray for us…

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            1. Thank GOD for VSGPDJT. Please pray for us…—— I do. I still have a lot of family in Germany and in Europe.

              They always told us “Mutti” will do it. No issue. Heck you just had Nancy in Germany for some reason.

              I’ve been here almost 35 years, and the last four have had more damage and problems than the previous 30+ combined.——– My parents left Germany so years ago and are just so shocked how it has fallen. But I mean you have more first hand experience. My family always talks about how everything is ok. In sweden that part of the family is more worried about Russia taking over and the nice refugees helping the older people. ????

              Do you ever see yourself leaving?


              1. Ironically, “Mutti” says “Wir schaffen Das” (roughly, “yes we can” … SPIT).

                We’re not in a position to contemplate moving for a number of reasons (son in Uni, for one). We’re just hoping and praying for things to change, e.g. AfD winning big, and Europe basically dissolving. If it doesn’t go broke first.

                We keep hoping and praying for the Rapture, which would the best situation of all… looking toward our true Eternal Home.

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    2. “KT Hopkins, UK sees the big picture – the decline and surrender of Judeo-Christian European Western Culture.”


      But it’s not a ‘decline and surrender’, it is a ‘managed expulsion’.

      The see the phrase “Politics is downstream from culture” (credited to Andrew Breitbart, IIRC), but is that really true, if politics, by design, is manufacturing the culture to its own will?

      More than any other specific individual I can name, George Soros and his money appear to be responsible for the intentional and purposeful destruction of Western culture.

      He works in concert with the islamists and the Marxists all over the world, because they have common cause. He is the financier, the Marxists are the strategists, and Marxists and islamists are the foot soldiers.

      The Leftists absolutely control all mainstream media, from Hollywood to news to entertainment. The Leftists and Globalists absolutely created the ‘islamic migration’ into Europe the same as Leftists and Globalists are creating the south American migration into our country.

      NONE of that is ‘downstream from culture’, it’s TOP DOWN from a handful of obscenely wealthy and powerful Leftists and Globalists.

      Our ‘politics’ isn’t reflecting ‘culture’, our culture is being brutalized and destroyed to reflect the ‘politics’ and will of the 0.000000000000000000000001%.

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      1. Soros is only their front-man, the REAL money is hidden from view. The Rothschilds are but a pittance compared to some of the hyper-rich in France (hmmm, fancy that) and other European countries. If the DEMONcRATs think VSGPDJT’s tax returns are complex……..

        But the hyper-rich do the bidding of Satan, their father. And what better to do than take down a Cathedral, indeed, the most prominent and famous Cathedral of all, during Holy Week?

        Francis the talking fool should check out why those walls are around the Vatican. Then again, he’s probably on their side. I still think Ratzinger was pushed out. And he’s probably forgotten more theology than Francis ever knew. As for faith? Francis’s faith is “liberation theology”. Liberating other peoples’ money from other people. GOD, Jesus, and The Holy Spirit don’t even enter into the equation.

        For him.

        But THEY define the terms, the operands, and the end result. And so far, Francis is between being a trivial or an imaginary root… better wake up, Francis, before it’s too late…

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        1. Agreed very much.

          I refer to Soros because his name is probably more recognizable than any other (at that level).

          As for Francis, I would be truly shocked if he was not complicit, maybe even central to, the aims of the globalist Cabal.


    1. Fortunately, the rose windows of Notre Dame were probably the most well-documented examples of stained glass anywhere. They will likely be reproduced so well that their original creators couldn’t tell the difference.

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  8. “—Bernie Sanders: 29%
    —Joe Biden: 24%
    —Pete Buttigieg: 9%
    —Beto O’Rourke: 8%
    —Kamala Harris: 8%
    —Elizabeth Warren: 7%
    —Andrew Yang: 3%
    —Julian Castro: 3%

    And if Biden doesn’t run…
    Sanders picks up 31% of his voters
    Pete Buttigieg gets 17%
    Beto O’Rourke takes 13%”


    So Bidden is currently the Left’s de facto ‘splitter’ candidate.

    Without Biden, Bernie takes a commanding lead, with Obamainwhiteface and Beta cracking double digits.

    If Bernie is allowed to win, he’ll have a heart attack just trying to keep up with DJT’s campaign schedule.

    And if Bernie is blocked by the Globalist establishment again, the hardcore Left will devour the party.

    Good times!

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    1. See replies for list of churches vandalized.

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    1. So now we know the source of the 4000 holes in Blackburn, Lancashire….

      I first visited England in the early 1960s. My Pop said that the Pakis were trying to take over, and probably would. He also said that the Common Market was neither good for England, nor for the rest of Europe. And he also said, if the Chinese ever get organized, they’ll take over the world.

      Almost 60 years ago. And, sad to say, it looks like he’ll be right on all three counts… but I still pray that things change…

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  9. April 13, 2019
    The Desecration of the Basilica of Saint-Denis

    Oz-Rita translation: “St. Denis is nearly exclusively inhabited now by Arabs/Muslims/Blacks — a no-go zone. The Basilica of Saint-Denis is the final resting place of the Kings of France.”

    The Baron’s intro: “Vandalizing and torching churches has become a popular pastime lately in France. The ethnicity of the perpetrators is often unknown, but one always suspects that cultural enrichment plays a part.

    “Which is definitely the case with the recently-arrived Pakistani who left his DNA while vandalizing the Basilica of Saint-Denis.”
    That was two days ago.

    ~ Not to worry ~

    Reported as Notre Dame burns: “The Paris prosecutors’ office ruled out arson and possible terror-related motives, and said it was treating it as an accident.”

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  10. Here we go…..the RINOs revolting?

    From CNBC: William Weld, the former two-term governor of Massachusetts, announced Monday that he will challenge President Donald Trump for the Republican nomination for president in 2020.

    “I’m in!” Weld said in a tweet announcing his candidacy, the first so far by a GOP contender to try to deny Trump’s bid for a second term in the White House.

    Weld plans to be in New Hampshire on Tuesday for the first of two days of campaigning.

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    1. This will work to DJT’s benefit.

      A) it will smoke out more traitors in RINO clothing


      B) it will give DJT someone to spar with and beat up on, until the main event, so he won’t be rusty when the Lunatic Left sends in their sorry challenger

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