George Soros: ‘I Am A God, I Created Everything, I Control America And Hillary Clinton

Căci în lume au ieșit mulți antichriști …

(In a June 1993 interview with The Independent, Soros, who is an atheist,5 said he saw himself as “some kind of god, the creator of everything” from ‘The Billionaire Who Built on Chaos’ – George Soros (The Independent: June 3, 1993))

George Soros claims he is a god and “the creator of everything,” however the billionaire globalist also warns he is a “self-centred” god who believes “normal rules do not apply” to him. …



BREAKING: Clinton Foundation Trustees Charged, Just Taken Into Custody

In a brand new released report, the American people have come to see that four members of the Clinton Foundation board of directors have either been charged or convicted of major financial crimes, including dozens upon dozens of counts of bribery, theft, money laundering, and …


No room for neutrality

Associated Press/Photo by Jeff RobersonAssociated Press/Photo by Jeff RobersonGay-rights supporter Rick Andris holds up a sign during a rally in Jefferson City, Mo.

RELIGIOUS LIBERTY | The debate over same-sex marriage will affect everyone
by Nick Eicher

Christian colleges in California dodged a bullet earlier this month when a gay state senator amended legislation that would have penalized faith-based universities for having codes of student conduct that promote a biblical view of sexuality. This week, John Stonestreet and I discussed the differing views on when and how Christians should take a stand for biblical marriage.

Alan Noble, a professor at Oklahoma Baptist University, has argued for finding middle ground with LGBT college students.

“I think that, by and large, [Christian colleges] do a pretty good job, but he was calling them to do a better job, and that’s fine,” Stonestreet said.

A week after The Atlantic published an essay by Noble, Religion News Service posted an editorial by David Gushee, a professor at Mercer University who argues there is no middle ground.

“Neutrality is not an option. Neither is polite half-acceptance. Nor is avoiding the subject. Hide as you might, the issue will come and find you,” wrote Gushee, a supporter of same-sex marriage. Stonestreet agreed with Gushee’s analysis, but not its application.

“You may think that this issue won’t affect you, but it will, and it will in your place of employment and it may even, at some point, in a house of worship,” Stonestreet said. He called on Christians to prepare to be called to stand on the truth.

“We’re required to live out of truth,” he said. “We’re required to live lives of courage, even while we speak lovingly and winsomely but under no illusions that we’re going to be able to wordsmith our way out of this.”

The developments in California, where supporters of Christian colleges pressured Sen. Ricardo Lara to change his proposal, should help believers take courage.

“I do hope it encouraged those individuals who were starting to think that activism or speaking out won’t make a difference,” Stonestreet said. “It clearly made a difference in this case.”

Listen to “Culture Friday” on the Aug. 27 episode of The World and Everything in It.

Nick Eicher

Nick lives in St. Louis, loves the Blues (as in the NHL), is executive producer of WORLD Radio, and co-hosts WORLD’s radio news magazine The World and Everything in It. Follow Nick on Twitter @NickEicher.

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La moara lui Felix


Un nou val de scumpiri pare inevitabil în urma noii creşteri a preţului la combustibil. Efectul de seră apărut în urma poluării fără precedent se face tot mai simţit şi se măsoară în…dezastre.
Teatrele de război ale lumii par să nu cunoască relaşul şi “succesul”lor se măsoară în… victime.

Arunci iritat ziarul din mână şi privirea îţi rămâne pironită în zaţul întunecat rămas în ceaşca de cafea pe care tocmai ai băut-o.Voiai să te relaxezi răsfoind ziarele de dimineaţă şi această avalanşă de ştiri alarmante te-a dat peste cap.Te întuneci ca zaţul pe care îl fixezi în continuare cu privirea simţind cum toate astea se suprapun peste propriile tale probleme.

Un telefon primit de la spital ţi-a adus la cunoştinţă că glicemia soţiei tale a crescut.Şeful ţi-a refuzat creşterea salarială solicitată. Întâlnirea cu dirigintele băiatului a fost plăcută dar ai aflat că “Einstein”, cum îi spun colegii puştiului tău, a…

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Conflictul civilizaţiilor: în ce sens mai e Europa de azi creştină?

Tereza-Brindusa Palade august 27, 2016


Liderii religioşi europeni din ultimele decenii, mai ales Ioan Paul al II-lea şi Benedict al XVI-lea, au asumat o echivalență între centralitatea istorică a “Europei creştine” şi nucleul de iradiere al credinţei creştine. Benedict al XVI-lea în special a privit re-evanghelizarea Europei ca pe o misiune cheie a pontificatului său. El a amintit constant că întîlnirea credinţei creştine cu raţiunea şi celelalte valori ale Iluminismului a fost istoric posibilă numai pe acest continent. Desigur, atît Ioan Paul al II-lea, cît şi Benedict al XVI-lea au străbătut apostolic lumea şi au vizitat continentele mai recent creştinate. Dar nici unul din ei nu a părut pregătit să asume faptul că Europa de azi nu mai este un centru de iradiere al credinţei creştine, ci doar un Continue reading

Dezordine, decadență, demență

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Video: Biological males can stay overnight with female, but parents can’t be told, school officials say

ANNAPOLIS, MD, August 25, 2016 (LifeSiteNews) – A Maryland school district will allow members of one biological sex to sleep in the bedrooms of the opposite sex during school activities – and parents will not be informed in advance.

In a 44-minute-long video of a training session for employees of Anne Arundel Public Schools titled, “Supporting transgender students in school,” school district spokesman Bob Mosier tells educators:

So, many of you might be asking yourselves, ‘So I’m at an overnight field trip, and I have student who’s biologically a male, identifies as a female, and we’ve worked with that student and [his] family, and that student wants to sleep in the dorms, or whatever sleeping arrangements are, with the females. They don’t want to sleep in a room by themselves; they want to sleep with the rest of the females. So what do we do?

And the answer is, they sleep with the females. That’s not the easy answer; it’s the right answer. And in some cases, it’s going to cause issues, because … the private information piece doesn’t allow you to share that with parents of all of the other campers. Right? So, that’s difficult.

Mosier later reiterated to Fox 5 D.C. that the school’s policy is that the only people informed about a male spending the night in a female’s room are those “in the immediate need-to-know circle, and we work with the student and the student’s family to determine that.”

The policy applies, not just to overnight trips, but to prolonged stays away from home. “It applies at summer camps,” says Laurie Pritchard, director of Continue reading

Încă un dictator nebun


(Nigerian Bulletin) President Robert Mugabe has ordered the arrest of the entire Zimbabwean Olympic team for failing to win a medal at the just concluded Rio 2016 Olympics, a report from NTA says.

Mugabe reportedly instructed the Commissioner General of Zimbabwe Police Republic, Augustine Chihuri to arrest and detain the whole Zimbabwean Olympic Team members immediately they arrived the Harare International Airport on Tuesday, August 23.

Zimbabwe presented a team of 31 athletes at the Olympics. The closest any of the athletes came to win a contest was at the 8th position.

Incensed with this performance, Mr. Mugabe reportedly told the Police Chief to arrest all the team members and detain them.


Mult mai mult ca sportul !

Un medaliat polonez a dovedit că este un campion în caracter. Bravo lui!

Athlete sells Rio medal to help 3-year-old with eye cancer

Aug. 13, 2016: Poland's silver medal winner Piotr Malachowski, left, and Germany's gold medal winner Christoph Harting celebrate with their countries flags after the men's discus throw final.

Aug. 13, 2016: Poland’s silver medal winner Piotr Malachowski, left, and Germany’s gold medal winner Christoph Harting celebrate with their countries flags after the men’s discus throw final.(AP)

Polish discus thrower Piotr Malachowski has sold the silver medal he won at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics to help pay for the medication of a 3-year-old boy suffering from eye cancer.

Malachowski said on Facebook that siblings Dominika and Sebastian Kulczyk, among the richest Poles, “declared the intention to buy my silver medal,” which he put up for auction to help pay for treatment of the boy, Olek, who is suffering from retinoblastoma.

Malachowski did not reveal the amount raised, but said the target — which was almost $130,000 — has been met.

“My silver medal is worth much more today than it was a week ago,” Malachowski said.


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