Wednesday, December 12, 2018

Isolated Russia and the World’s Policeman


Isolated Russia and the World’s Policeman

By Julio Severo
In his 2016 presidential campaign, then candidate Donald Trump several times indicated his intent of partnership with Russia, especially against Islamic terror. Such intent encouraged Russians and infuriated anti-Russian activists.
Because of massive pressure of neocons, whom Trump especially opposed, the dreamed and hoped partnership never happened.
In 2016 Trump was a good visionary. Russia had been isolated by U.S. President Barack Hussein Obama allegedly for annexing Crimea, from Ukraine, which was Russian for 800 years. Yet, even before the annexation Obama, his administration and the Big U.S. Media were mocking Russia for its law banning homosexual propaganda to children and adolescents.
Dr. Scott Lively explained that the heavy sanctions Obama imposed on Russia were caused by a pro-sodomy Obama against an anti-sodomy Russia, and the annexation of Crimea was just an excuse. Obama even enlisted the socialist European Union to impose heavy sanctions. Such sanctions isolated Russia and crippled its economy.
It was highly expected that Trump, fulfilling his own wishes in 2016, would break the socialist stranglehold of Obama and the EU against Russia. But he has been unable to prevail over neocons. Actually, Trump has been doing exactly what Crooked Hillary Clinton promised to do: to support the Ukrainian regime that, by a coup d’etat, was imposed by Obama, George Soros, Hillary and John McCain.
Even though, geographically, the largest nation in the world, Russia has a weak military, in comparison to the U.S. and Europe, and has no place to run. The U.S. has about 800 military bases in 148 countries — and the world has just 196 countries.
So more than half of the nations in the world are under U.S. control. This is a massive supranational power, which George Washington and other Founders of America never sought or dreamed, even though American Freemasons always sought and dreamed of America as an empire establishing the New World Order. Their dreams have been fulfilled.
Isolated, Russia is “reaching out to other countries as part of Moscow’s effort to show that it is not isolated,” said former U.S. ambassador to the Ukraine Steven Pifer.
Due to the Russian efforts to react to the interference of Obama, Soros and neocons in Ukraine in 2014, the U.S. and EU have isolated Russia through sanctions.
Pifer believes that Russia is developing potential economic and military partnerships with other isolated nations as a response to its current international isolation.
One of these potential economic and military partnerships is with Venezuela, whose oil has been coveted by Americans, Russians and others. In fact, the U.S. has been one of the main buyers of the Venezuelan oil.
Even though I can, as a conservative evangelical, support the Russian law against homosexual indoctrination of children and adolescents, I cannot in any way support Russian involvement in Venezuela, because the Venezuelan people is suffering very much under socialism, which was chosen by a nation 96 percent Catholic and where the Catholic Church is traditionally supportive of Liberation Theology.
Russians could use as an excuse for such involvement the fact that they are isolated, but there is no excuse for it, from a Christian perspective.
Yet, if Russia, which is isolated, has no excuse, so is with the U.S., which is not isolated, but keeps Saudi Arabia in a privileged partnership while the Saudis bomb schools and hospitals in Yemen, having already killed over 80,000 children.
There is a humanitarian tragedy in Venezuela, because of socialism. And there is a bigger humanitarian tragedy in Yemen, because of the Saudis and U.S. weapons. In fact, the Saudi war in Yemen is considered the largest humanitarian tragedy in the world.
Even though some right-wing activists conjecture that a partnership between Venezuela and Russia is a communist plot, when even Trump has never called the modern Russia “communist,” this is not about capitalism and communism. It is not about ideology. It is just about greed for oil, just as the partnership between the U.S. and Saudi Arabia is just about greed for oil. Oil is the lifeblood of political insanity in our age. It is also behind many bloody wars.
In 2016, Trump accused Crooked Hillary and Obama, aided by Saudis, of creating ISIS, which raped and slaughtered thousands of Christians. In fact, ISIS was the main genocide machine against Christians in recent years. Trump has been unable to chastise Saudi Arabia, Obama and Hillary for this criminal creation.
The role of the U.S. as the World’s Policeman has been disastrous for Christians in the world. In the trail of U.S. military invasions and interference, there is Christian blood shedding, and Iraq, Syria, Libya and Afghanistan are sad examples.
Obama and other U.S. left-wing presidents used the U.S. government and its power as the World’s Bad Policeman. Other Obamas and worse left-wingers will come to the U.S. presidency. So the World’s Bad Policeman will be always visiting the world, and isolating nations and creating killing machines as ISIS.
Relationship with Saudi Arabia is vastly worse than a relationship with Venezuela. Even so, the U.S. and Russia are wrong in their relationships, with isolation or not.
If Russia were not isolated, would it have better relationships? So why doesn’t the U.S., which is not isolated, have better relationships?
Russia should leave all interference in Venezuela for oil, and the U.S. should leave all interference in Crimea and Ukraine, which is the cradle of the Russian civilization and Christianity.
It is not healthy to keep Russia isolated just because Obama, Soros and neocons decided so years ago. Trump should break this unfair stranglehold, just as he wanted to do in 2016.
It is not also healthy to be the World’s Policeman. America has a virtually rotative government system. Socialist Obama ruled America and the world for 8 years, imposing, by law, diplomacy and propaganda, homosexuality. Trump’s State Department is keeping this bad work of Obama, just as Trump is keeping and increasing on Russia the same sanctions Obama had imposed. This is not healthy and goes against what George Washington wanted for America.
It is very hard to support Trump’s conservative measures while he supports the Islamic dictatorship of Saudi Arabia. It is also very hard to support Putin’s conservative measures while he supports Maduro’s Venezuela. It is a decision where you should reject everything of them or partially support them. I choose the latter. I choose to support only their conservative measures, not their political insanities.
Nicolas Maduro, the communist dictator in Venezuela, should be overthrown. Saudi Arabia, the main sponsor of Islamic terrorism in the world, should have a complete regime change, but how can it be done if it is protected by U.S. military bases? How can it be done if Saudi Arabia is the main buyer of U.S. arms?
By supporting Saudi Arabia, Trump and his administration are accomplices of the Saudi crimes. By supporting Nicolas Maduro, Putin and his administration are accomplices of his crimes.
I do not support isolation for America and Russia, even though I support isolation for Saudi Arabia and North Korea. Obama’s isolation of Russia is provoking today many consequences.
My perspective is spiritual and evangelical. Years ago I met American prophet Chuck Pierce in Brazil. He told that if Brazil got closer to Israel, God was going to give a special anointing to Brazil. Then he had a vision about what would happen if Brazil began to develop into an international power: He saw the U.S. government encircling and stifling Brazil economically and militarily. He saw the U.S. filled with envy. He saw the U.S. totally determined to hinder Brazil’s economic rise.
What would Brazil do if it were isolated by the U.S., which has today about 800 military bases in 148 countries? Under U.S. sanctions, would Brazil seek partnership with Zimbabwe and Burundi?
While the non-isolated U.S. uses Ukraine to provoke Russia and isolated Russia uses Venezuela to provoke the U.S., innocent people are suffering.
China is today the largest communist nation in the world, and the U.S. has not worked to isolate China. Some right-wing U.S. presidents, as George H.W. Bush, even ignore huge Chinese communist crimes. Since Nixon (right-wing), the U.S. has been giving to communist China a privileged economic status. Why isolate Russia that has left communist almost 30 years ago? Why this feral antagonism?
America, as a Masonic empire, is at war against the America that was founded by a population 98 percent Protestant. She is at war, since Obama, also against Russia and its conservatism, isolating it and crippling its economy.
How can Trump use America as a good World’s Policeman if he is under a neocon stranglehold? How can Trump have his dreamed partnership with Russia if he is under the stranglehold of neocons, who are anti-Russian? How can Russia move as a nation under a neocon stranglehold imposed originally by Obama, Crooked Hillary and neocons?
Only God can help an isolated nation. And only God can deal with the U.S. for isolating nations to serve the interest of Obama, Soros and neocons.
May God deliver Trump from the neocon stranglehold and use him to draw the U.S. away from the Masonic ambition to make America the World’s Policeman, an empire and engine for the New World Order. May God use Trump to make America great again as a Christian and blessed Bible-reading nation, just as America was in her foundation.
With information from NewsWeek.
Portuguese version of this article: Rússia isolada e o Policial do Mundo
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Monday, December 10, 2018

Betrayal or Bad Choice? Kavanaugh Opposes Conservative Judges to Protect Abortion Industry


Betrayal or Bad Choice? Kavanaugh Opposes Conservative Judges to Protect Abortion Industry

By Julio Severo
Republican states tried to defund Planned Parenthood, the largest abortion industry in the United States, by taking their case to the U.S. Supreme Court. Even though conservative judges, especially Clarence Thomas, fought against tax-payer funding of abortion, left-wing justices prevailed. Among the left-wingers was Brett Kavanaugh, selected by President Donald Trump recently.
Kavanaugh refused to side with other conservative judges.
Joseph Farah, of WND (WorldNetDaily) said that “This is a cosmic tragedy,” which happened December 10, 2018.
This is a tragedy because Trump did not choose Kavanaugh to protect the abortion industry. He chose him to protect the innocent life against abortion.
Kavanaugh’s decision to side with left-wingers was a big defeat to conservatives who are fighting to protect the unborn life.
When Trump was making his choices for the post of new Supreme Court Justice, U.S. conservative evangelicals had suggestions of real conservatives. But Trump avoided all of them and picked Kavanaugh.
Many thought that Kavanaugh was the right choice, because the Big Liberal Media furiously and relentless attacked him.
But they did not consider that the media is on attack mode. Everything Trump chooses, the media will attack. If Trump says “black,” the media will say “white,” just to contradict him.
So because the Big Liberal Media made so much fuss against Kavanaugh, the conservative universe suddenly forgot that he had not a so conservative history and treated him as a conservative superhero — who changed to liberal superhero in a major decision that should have protected babies, but that Kavanaugh and other liberals used to protect the abortion industry.
Now those who had acclaimed Kavanaugh as a conservative hero will call him a “betrayer.” Perhaps he is just being faithful to his own history.
Conservatives should understand that this problem could have been avoided if Trump had followed the conservatives’ suggestions. But he avoided them. And while conservatives were busy and inattentive because of the liberal fuss against Kavanaugh, Trump quietly chose another judge for a federal court: a homosexual activist.
So the problem is not in Kavanaugh. It is in Trump.
What can be done?
Evangelicals cannot forget their president. They should pressure Trump day after day. He is under massive pressure from left-wingers. Conservatives have no choice: They should exert massive pressure on him.
In the last election, Trump lost the House of Representatives, but conservatives were relieved that at least he kept the Senate, which is important to appoint Supreme Court justices to defeat legal abortion in America. But what is the point to have the Senate if Kavanaughs are chosen?
Without proper conservative pressure, Trump will keep choosing fake conservatives like Kavanaugh. Abortion cannot be defeated this way.
If conservatives are really serious about the monstrosity of abortion, much more pressure is necessary on Trump and Republicans.
If I were given the incredible opportunity to make a humble recommendation to Trump, I would advise him to appoint Justice Tom Parker to the Supreme Court or appoint a judge selected by him.
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Monday, December 03, 2018

Steve Bannon’s Occult Movement, Brazil and Conservative Evangelicals


Steve Bannon’s Occult Movement, Brazil and Conservative Evangelicals

By Julio Severo
Steve Bannon does not talk much about Brazil and the forces that led to a conservative victory for Jair Bolsonaro, who is now the president of Brazil.
Eduardo Bolsonaro, son of the Brazilian president, with Steve Bannon
It is normal for an individual with an occult background not to talk much about his occult motives and intents. Such is the case of Bannon, who has an occult background, especially with his fascination for the Islamic occultist René Guénon, the founder of the Traditionalist School.
Bannon met Eduardo Bolsonaro, the son of the Brazilian president, last August, who recorded their meeting in his Twitter saying: “It was a pleasure to meet STEVE BANNON, strategist in Donald Trump’s presidential campaign. We had a great conversation and we share the same worldview. He said be an enthusiast of Bolsonaro’s campaign and we are certainly in touch to join forces, especially against cultural marxism.”
Both denied involvement in any project. Late November, both met again: Bolsonaro attended Bannon’s birthday party. When you meet someone sometimes, there may be a degree of friendship. But when you attend his birthday party, the degree of friendship is surely very high.
Both can keep denying any involvement and association, but if evangelicals were central for Bolsonaro’s victory, their prayers will be effective and it will happen what Jesus said, “There is nothing hidden that will not be revealed. There is nothing kept secret that will not come to light.” (Mark 4:22 GWV)
A small revelation has come through Benjamin Harnwell, who was interviewed by The Intercept. Harnwell heads the Dignitatis Humanae Institute (known also as the Institute for Human Dignity), which in 2014 invited Bannon as one of its key note speakers at a conference at the Vatican, where Bannon knit together René Guénon and Julius Evola and “conservatism.”
In the Interview, titled in Portuguese as “Conversamos com o sócio de Steve Bannon em escola na Itália que busca guinar o mundo à direita” (We have talked with Steve Bannon’s partner at a school in Italy that seeks to guide the world to the right), The Intercept said, “Eduardo Bolsonaro… stated in an interview with the Brazilian newspaper O Estado de S. Paulo in early November that he intends to build a connection with The Movement.” The Movement is an organization founded by Bannon to promote traditionalism.
The Intercept said that the link between The Movement and Institute for Human Dignity “is in the hands and brain of Bannon,” who is “the backbone of the institute.”
Probably, Bolsonaro’s intent to build his connection with The Movement is already happening, and The Intercept itself said, “It has long been suspected that there is some connection between Bannon and Bolsonaro.” The Brazilian president has appointed as his Foreign Minister Ernesto Araújo, who openly says that his traditionalism is based on Guénon and Evola, who “had struck an alliance with Benito Mussolini, and his ideas became the basis of Fascist racial theory; later… Evola’s ideas gained currency in Nazi Germany,” according to Joshua Green, author of “Devil’s Bargain: Steve Bannon, Donald Trump, and the Storming of the Presidency” (Penguin Publishing Group, 2017).
The appointment of Araújo may be a sign that the Guenonian influence of Bannon is discreetly entering Brazil, as suggested by The Intercept.
Traditionalism is good, when it has a good foundation. Traditionalism and conservatism according to the Bible are excellent, even though Jesus Christ often condemned traditionalists and their traditionalism. Yes, traditionalists in the days of Jesus were pro-life, pro-family and against ideas that today would be considered Marxist. But when traditionalism takes the place in our lives that belongs to God, it becomes an enemy of God. This is why Jesus criticized traditionalists and their traditionalism.
So even when traditionalism is based on the Bible, as the Pharisees’ traditionalism was, is not warranty that it is good.
But the traditionalism, conservatism and Catholicism promoted by Bannon are according to Guénon.
Let us address the important interview of Benjamin Harnwell in The Intercept.
Harnwell said, “[Steve Bannon] is our patron and the main point of reference. It is he who chooses the teachers and it was he who decided that the school should be called Judeo-Christian Academy.”
You could say that it is opportunism for an individual with a background in the occultism of René Guénon to use a “Judeo-Christian” image in his movement and efforts. You are right, and Trump fired Bannon just for opportunism.
Opportunism is a hallmark of Guénon’s traditionalism. In fact, Olavo de Carvalho, who is an old promoter of Guénon in Brazil and Bolsonaro’s Rasputin, said, “It’s not a problem but I’ve rarely met people as sophisticatedly false and lying as in the so-called ‘perennialist’ environment.” Adherents of Guénon are known as traditionalists or perennialists.
However, when mentioning that the Protestant writer C. S. Lewis called Guénon a charlatan, Carvalho readily defended the founder of the Traditionalist School, declaring, with his sophisticatedly false and lying tongue, that “Guénon was never a charlatan.”
I only knew Carvalho in 2002 because I was active in the pro-life movement since the 1980s, having contacts with conservative pro-life Catholic and evangelical leaders in Brazil and the U.S., including Fr. Paul Marx, the founder of Human Life International, the largest Catholic pro-life organization in the world.
Because I had thought that Carvalho was just a Catholic fighting against abortion and the gay agenda, I worked, free of charge, for his “traditionalist” website for over ten years. Before my involvement with Carvalho, I used already to write for Providafamilia, the largest Catholic pro-life website in Brazil. I used to work also for JesusSite, the largest evangelical website in Brazil in the early 2000s.
For over 10 years I saw Carvalho promoting Guénon and advising his followers to read Guénon’s books. I never followed his books’ recommendations, because I suspected occultism. But what do? Syncretism is very common in the Brazilian Catholicism and I thought that Carvalho was just one more syncretic Catholic. Adherents of Guénon, traditionalists and perennialists exploit such Catholic bond with syncretism in Brazil to hide themselves and their intents under a Catholic cover.
Adherents of Guénon, traditionalists and perennialists are actually “sophisticatedly false and lying” individuals.
So it is no wonder that Harnwell, Bannon and Carvalho identify themselves as “Catholic” and, with this cover, they easily draw Catholics. The president of the Institute for Human Dignity is Cardinal Raymond Leo Burke, “known as the number one enemy of Pope Francis” (The Intercept). What does a Catholic leader gain by fighting Marxism while entrapped by occult forces?
Catholics like Francis are in the Marxist trap, but Catholics like Burke are unable to see that they have fallen in the anti-Marxist trap of occultist Guénon.
The Intercept asked Harnwell: “But in Latin America, especially in Brazil, it is the evangelical, not Catholic, caucus that is the most important in Congress. How is your relationship with evangelicals?”
Harnwell answered: “The alliance with evangelicals may be the answer we seek… I would be very happy to be able to work closely with evangelicals… See, for example, it’s the evangelicals that are supporting the Trump administration, it’s evangelicals who are against abortion in Brazil… Catholicism has left the battlefield.”
So Bannon’s movement, or adherents of Guénon or traditionalists or perennialists are seeking an alliance with Brazilian evangelicals. Let us return to Carvalho. When he began his “Catholic” website, there was no evangelical columnists there. When his website invited me to be the first evangelical columnist, for the sake of the pro-life cause I accepted, thinking that I was having just an alliance with pro-life Catholics. I did not perceive that I was being used to draw evangelical leaders. Trump was much smarter than I was, because he noticed in time that he was being used by Bannon.
Harnwell also said, “Evangelicals helped elect Bolsonaro president of Brazil. After announcing the result of the first round, the first statement given by the then PSL presidential candidate was to thank evangelical leaders.”
Interestingly, Harnwell, who said that Bannon is the patron of his institute, recognizes that evangelicals were vital for Bolsonaro and that in his first statement after the first round, when he was in extreme need of their votes, Bolsonaro thanked them. But Harnwell did not mention that immediately after the second round, when Bolsonaro’s victory was confirmed and he no longer needed to depend on evangelicals, in his first statement he did not thank any evangelical leader. He thanked specifically an adherent of Guénon — Olavo de Carvalho.
After the first round, Bolsonaro remembered evangelicals. After the second round, he forgot them and remembered a Guenonian. But left-wingers know very well who gave the victory to Bolsonaro. Fernando Haddad, the left-wing presidential candidate who was defeated by Bolsonaro, acknowledged that the biggest factor responsible for his defeat at the polls was the “evangelical phenomenon.”
Bolsonaro has already appointed his most important ministers, and no one of them is evangelical. The two more important are Guenonians.
Bolsonaro has been praised as a president who will put Brazil in a closer friendship and partnership with the U.S. and move the Brazilian embassy to Jerusalem. These two measures can be seen as totally new steps for non-evangelical Brazilians, but in no way they are new for evangelicals.
As an evangelical, I have always supported Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. Not surprisingly, the only two nations that moved their embassies to Jerusalem are nations with an evangelical president: The U.S. and Guatemala.
About friendship with the U.S., as a Brazilian evangelical I have always seen Americans — in evangelical churches. In all my lifetime as an evangelical, I have seen and heard American evangelicals visiting Brazil and preaching in evangelical churches. Brazilian evangelical churches have an unbreakable friendship with American evangelicals.
The influence of American evangelicals — from Rex Humbard and Billy Graham to Pat Robertson — is powerful in my life and the lives of other evangelicals. American evangelicals are a vital part of my life.
While Bolsonaro wants the non-evangelical Brazil to have friendship with the U.S., the Brazilian evangelical community has always had — non-stop — friendship and partnership with American evangelicals. My case is not exception: I have had contact with conservative Americans, including ministers and even generals, since the 1980s.
The evangelical Brazil is a natural friend of America. The Catholic Brazil — Brazil is the largest Catholic nation in the world — has not the experience of seeing regularly American conservatives in their churches.
The Intercept asked Harnwell, “Speaking of Brazilian evangelicals, they are Bolsonaro’s support base. Do you know him?” He answered, “I have heard very nice things about him. Bannon, from whom I always ask for advice, told me very nice things about Bolsonaro.”
Occultists never reveal their plans, because the business of occultists is to keep their business in occult.
Even so, Benjamin Harnwell’s interview with The Intercept gives us some “revelations”:
* It confirms that evangelicals, not Guenonians (Bannon or Carvalho), were vital for Bolsonaro’s victory.
* It confirms that Eduardo Bolsonaro is building a connection between the Bolsonaro administration and The Movement of Bannon.
* It confirms adherents of Guénon or traditionalists or perennialists are seeking an alliance with Brazilian evangelicals.
Such dangerous alliance is possible, because of Carvalho, who has promoted Guenonian traditionalism under the cover of Catholicism and conservative philosophy. Especially because over 15 years ago a Brazilian evangelical named Julio Severo accepted an invitation from Carvalho’s “conservative” website, Mídia Sem Máscara, to be used to draw evangelicals. Now the name of Carvalho is known as a “conservative Catholic” among evangelicals.
More than anyone else in the evangelical world, I understand the deceptive, abusive and destructive force of the Guenonian traditionalism.
Yet, Jair Bolsonaro, who has appointed Guenonians in his administration to the detriment of evangelicals who elected him, has not understanding of such force.
Eduardo Bolsonaro, taking advantage of the influence of his father, is using the Brazilian foreign policy as his personal playground, thinking that Guenonians are his new toys. Sooner or later he will find that he is their toy.
Trump came to see that he was being used by Bannon. I came to see that I was being used by Carvalho. My prayer is that President Jair Bolsonaro and his sons may see that they are also being used by Guenonians.
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