Thursday, September 20, 2018

Facebook is building a “fake news war room” inside its headquarters to fight against conservative information during the upcoming US and Brazilian elections


Facebook is building a “fake news war room” inside its headquarters to fight against conservative information during the upcoming US and Brazilian elections

By Julio Severo
In a report titled “Facebook is building a ‘fake news war room’ inside its California headquarters to co-ordinate its battle against the spread of misinformation during the upcoming US and Brazilian elections,” DailyMail said, “Facebook officials are ramping up their efforts to stop the spread of ‘fake news.’”
It is very easy to identify what Facebook considers fake news and misinformation: conservative views.
Conservatives have been Facebook’s favorite victims for censorship.
When there is almost no one complaint from the left-wing Facebook users of censorship of their views, complaints from the conservative movement are widespread.
“Google and Twitter and Facebook, they’re really treading on very, very troubled territory and they have to be careful. It’s not fair to large portions of the population,” President Donald Trump said last month, according to Fox, noting that his administration has “literally thousands and thousands of complaints coming in” about the tech companies’ practices.
There is pro-left bias and anti-conservative bias on Facebook. Last year, for example, Facebook hired Joel Benenson, a chief adviser to Barack Obama and the chief strategist of Hillary Clinton.
What Facebook is promising now is more censorship of conservatives, especially in their free choice to use Facebook to spread their conservative ideas. Such pressure is provoking a result: 1 in 3 conservatives have left or considering leaving Facebook.
I can speak by my own experience. In the last 14 months, Facebook has imposed on my profile 30-day blocks several times. In a report about censorship, WND has included my case in its headline “‘Free speech issue of our time’: Tech giants trigger conservative revolt.”
The DailyMail report said,
The firm has revealed it will have a fully-functioning “war room” up and running at its Menlo Park Campus in time for the US and Brazil elections.
Facebook executives claim the company has several teams currently working to improve its response to any attempts designed to manipulate Facebook's content to favour any specific candidate or party.
The Brazilian general elections are scheduled to be held on October 7 to elect the President and Vice President, the National Congress, state and Federal District Governors and Vice Governors, state Legislative Assemblies and Federal District Legislative Chamber.
The United States midterm elections are due to be held on November 6 2018. It will see all 435 seats in the House of Representatives and 35 of the 100 seats in the United States Senate contested.
Facebook’s alleged worry is that its platform was used to elect Trump. I wonder if Facebook would be worried if its platform had been successful, as it tried to do, in electing the left-wing Hillary Clinton.
Facebook wants the public to believe, as William Murray said, that “a handful of ‘Russian trolls’ leaving comments on Facebook pages altered the results of the 2016 elections!”
Facebook is using the excuse of Russian trolls — Russians and their current conservatism — as scapegoats to increase its censorship of conservatives.
So Facebook kills two birds with one stone: It blames Russia for interfering in the U.S. elections and distracts attention of its own efforts to help elect left-wing candidates.
Regardless of Russian conservatism, most Facebook users are conservative. This is the only explanation for the fact that, in spite of Facebook’s massive pro-left bias, the majority’s will prevailed. Untold numbers of users have been put in the Facebook jail for just saying that homosexuality is perversion. Facebook had even removed my quotation of Leviticus 18:22, where God said, “Do not lie with a man as one lies with a woman; that is detestable.”
Most voters of Trump were evangelical, and this is the reason Facebook has imposed so much censorship on conservative evangelicals. Likewise, the main voting base of a promising right-wing candidate in Brazil is evangelicals.
Facebook’s war room is not against fake news. It is against conservative news. It is against evangelicals in the U.S. and Brazil.
Facebook’s battle is not against misinformation. It is against conservative and evangelical information.
I know by experience, because I am evangelical and I have been under censorship and 30-days blocks from Facebook.
If it could, Facebook would send all American and Brazilian evangelicals to virtual Gulags. The first step has already been taken: Relentless censorship of evangelical views of the homosexual agenda.
The left is rife with fake news and misinformation. If Facebook were serious about fighting such threats, it would impose on left-wing extremists the same censorship it has been imposing on conservatives for years.
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Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Evangelicals Can Put a Right-Wing Candidate in Brazil’s Presidency


Evangelicals Can Put a Right-Wing Candidate in Brazil’s Presidency

By Julio Severo
Major news outlets in the United States are addressing prominently one subject this week about Brazil: The evangelical influence in the incoming presidential election.
In this Sept. 2, 2018 photo, evangelicals raise their hands in prayer as they listen to a song during a service at the Assembly of God Victory in Christ Church in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (AP Photo/Leo Correa)
Fox News, the Associated Press, the Washington Post, Bloomberg and many other U.S. newspapers have reported about the evangelical political influence in Brazil.
As the Fox News and the Associated Press report noted,
“Brazil, a deeply religious country slightly larger than the continental U.S., is home to the world’s largest number of Catholics — some 123 million, according to the latest census in 2010. But evangelicals are growing and now number 42 million, or about 20 percent of the total population.”
How in this world could an evangelical minority have more political impact than Catholics in the largest Catholic nation in the world? The first explanation, at least for evangelicals, is outside of this world. It is spiritual.
Yet, there is also another explanation, which the reports do not give. The Catholic Church has been plagued for decades by the Liberation Theology. In fact, the most important Catholic organization in Brazil, the National Conference of Bishops of Brazil (NCBB), was founded some 50 years ago by Helder Camara, a notorious adherent of this Marxist theology. He was known as “Red Cardinal.”
Catholics could, by their sheer and overwhelming majority, make a decisive impact in the elections in Brazil, but Marxism has had an upper hand among their leaders and people. Liberation Theology has crippled conservative activism in the Brazilian Catholic Church. For example, the Worker’s Party, the socialist party that ruled Brazil for 13 years ruining the Brazilian economy, was brought up by powerful NCBB leaders.
The Fox News and the Associated report said,
“Evangelicals already have a large influence in national politics. The so-called ‘evangelical bloc’ in Congress is made up of 87 representatives and three senators, about 15 percent of all federal lawmakers. Their votes were instrumental in the 2016 impeachment and ouster of President Dilma Rousseff.”
The evangelical minority has been victorious because they are united in their conservative stances against abortion and the homosexual agenda. The overwhelming Catholic majority has not such conservative union.
An important document from the Workers’ Party drawn up in 2015 outlining strategies to destroy the opposition stated explicitly: “Since the election of [an evangelical politician from evangelical bloc], we are suffering a right-wing offensive.” This far-left-wing document quoted the evangelical politician no less than 9 times, placing him as the greatest danger for all the left in Brazil. No other name appears as prominently as his name. The name of Jair Bolsonaro appears once.
Even though the evangelical politician could be a better candidate, schemes from the Workers’ Party overthrew him.
Yet, although a Catholic, Bolsonaro has received the support from the most prominent evangelical leader in Brazil. The Fox News and the Associated report said,
Silas Malafaia, one of the most influential pastors in Brazil, makes no apologies for trying to influence the votes of parishioners from his more than 50 churches.
During a recent interview with The Associated Press, he said proudly he had helped elect 25 representatives and five senators. His own brother is a state representative for Rio de Janeiro.
“I help candidates get elected by lending them my image and words,” said Malafaia, who from the pulpit and on social media argues that left-leaning candidates promote "moral garbage" with liberal stances on gay marriage and abortion.
Malafaia has been outspoken in his support for Jair Bolsonaro, a far-right congressman and former army captain who has promised to crack down on crime and root out corruption in politics.
“In Brazil, we need a macho like him,” Malafaia said, adding that Bolsonaro will “defend all the values and principals of the Christian family.”
Last weekend, Malafaia visited Bolsonaro in the hospital, where the candidate was recovering after being stabbed during a campaign event Sept. 6.
“God is an expert in turning chaos into a blessing,” Malafaia said in a video that he posted on YouTube from Bolsonaro’s hospital room.
Not always Bolsonaro was so right-wing as he is today.
In 2002, in the first election of socialist Lula, the idol of the Workers’ Party, Bolsonaro called Lula honest and said that he would vote for him.
In 1999, when Bolsonaro was asked what he thought of Hugo Chavez being supported by communists, he said: “He is not anticommunist and I am not too. In fact, there is nothing closer to communism than the military.”
In 2002, Bolsonaro supported Aldo Rebelo, head of the Communist Party of Brazil, as Defense secretary.
The only evangelical candidate in this Brazilian presidential election is Marina Silva. She was a Catholic actively involved in Liberation Theology, but her conversion did not deliver her from this Catholic theology. She has never changed, politically.
Bolsonaro seems to have changed politically, and this is the reason Silas Malafaia is rallying Brazilian evangelicals to support him, not Marina, in the hope that he will “defend all the values and principals of the Christian family.”
Malafaia and other evangelical leaders are concerned about pro-life and pro-family issues. Marina has not such concerns.
All the U.S. headlines about the political impact of evangelicals in Brazil have highlighted Malafaia but this is not the first time that the U.S. spotlights are on him. He was exclusively interviewed by the New York Times in 2011 in a suggestive headline titled “Evangelical Leader Rises in Brazil’s Culture Wars.”
Perhaps the only problem for Bolsonaro is extreme radicalism in some of his non-evangelical followers. His running mate, General Mourão, said there is “a certain radicalism in ideas, even ignorance” among Bolsonaro’s supporters.
He was talking in support of Janaína Paschoal, a prominent member of Bolsonaro’s party. She voiced concern about extremists among Bolsonaro’s followers, saying, “You do not win an election with a one-sided mindset. And you do not govern a nation with a one-sided mindset.” She had already identified such extremists when she said, “Olavetes are as collective imbeciles as Workers’ Party adherents, Marxists… Wake up!”
Olavete is an adherent of Brazilian astrologer Olavo de Carvalho, who has lived as an immigrant in the U.S. for 15 years. He said recently: “Evangelical churches have done more harm to Brazil than the entire left.” In spite of so long time in the U.S., he has never been noticed or quoted by FoxNews or other U.S. major news outlet. Evidently, the public in the largest Protestant nation in the world would be surprised if they learned that he is known in Brazil for his many attacks on evangelicals and for his strident advocacy of the Inquisition’s revisionism, which tortured and murdered Jews and Protestants.
Such advocacy has created a wave of radical pro-Inquisition right-wingers in Brazil. The worry of Mourão and Paschoal seems to be directed to such extremists.
It remains to be seen if the powerful impact of evangelicals in a possible election of Bolsonaro will eventually defuse the influence of extremists.
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Sunday, September 16, 2018

The Transcendent Power of Neoconservatism in the U.S. Media and among Left-Wingers and Right-Wingers


The Transcendent Power of Neoconservatism in the U.S. Media and among Left-Wingers and Right-Wingers

Lessons from Neocon John McCain’s Funeral

By Julio Severo
Can a funeral give us lessons? Yes, at least in the case of John McCain. Even though he is dead, his funeral, attended and praised by powerful neocons from the left and right, announced loudly that neoconservatism is more alive than ever in the U.S. government and media.
John McCain
McCain’s funeral was incredibly long, and extensively used by left-wingers and right-wingers, all of them friends of McCain and all of them neocons, to bash President Donald Trump.
The Big FakeNews Media is not only left-wing. It is also neocon. It became very clear when neocon McCain died: Big FakeNews Media honored him as if he had been a president. Media coverage was extensive and very positive.
The presence of Presidents Bush and Obama was to confirm that US right-wingers and left-wingers are equally at the service of neoconservatism.
McCain’s funeral seemed a president’s funeral. Even though he had never been elected a U.S. president, for neocons he was as their president, their chief, their leader. The death of the neocons’ president disclosed that neoconservatism is a dominant power in the U.S. government and media.
McCain’s values were neocon values. And no one fitter to confirm it than Bill Kristol, a prominent neocon leader, who said,
“The values that McCain upheld strike a resounding chord at this moment precisely because so many of us still believe in them. As McCain understood deep in his battle-scarred bones, the fight for these values isn’t over—it is really just getting started.”
If you want to understand neoconservatism, warmongers, the neocons’ character, just look at John McCain.
Differently from George Washington, a true patriot who never supported Islam in any way, McCain did it and much more.
According to Jewish-American author Pamela Geller, McCain was the “Godfather,” “leader,” and “real Supreme Guide” of the Muslim Brotherhood. As quoted by Geller, Robert Spencer said,
“McCain has already been canonized by an establishment media desperate to destroy President Trump in any way it can, but in Egypt they’re not so worshipful. McCain ‘was the main supporter for the terrorist Brotherhood. Senator McCain was the one who opened up the Congress to the Brotherhood. He was the one arranging the meetings and appointments and providing them with protection.’”
While Syrian Christians were being raped, tortured and slaughtered by Islamic rebels in a crisis provoked by the U.S. State Department under Hillary Clinton, McCain illegally invaded Syria to cheer the rebels, not their victims. In fact, he fought in the U.S. Congress to lead the U.S. government, under Obama and Trump, to arm these same rebels. If the genocide of Syrian Christians can be considered a war crime, then McCain was a war criminal by his active complicity.
John McCain with Islamic terrorists in Syria
Differently from George Washington, a true patriot who advocated militias to protect the U.S. borders, McCain advocated U.S. military interventions to protect neocon interests in far-away nations and he opposed the militarization of the U.S. borders. While Washington would support the militarization of the U.S. borders to protect America, McCain supported the deployment of the U.S. military only to fulfill neocon ambitions in far-away nations, including by invading them and leaving thousands of Christian victims in their trails.
As far as I can remember, Trump was the only presidential candidate to question and challenge neocons. So it is no wonder that McCain in his life and funeral, under the floodlights of an incredibly supportive mainstream media, bashed him.
The Bible says that when God’s people do not tell what they are supposed to tell, the stones speak up. And a stone spoke up abundantly in 2016.
I mean Trump, who has no history of being a practicing evangelical, even though he was brought up in the Presbyterian Church.
The subject “God’s people” is not talking about and Trump spoke up about is neoconservatism. Now I understand why even Trump has quit his 2016 speech against neoconservatism. The neocon ideology has dominated everything in America: Left-wingers, right-wingers, atheists, Christians, the military industrial complex, etc. Everything.
Some few Christian voices have spoken against this devilish ideology, but they do not have the audience and power that Trump had in 2016 to cry and be heard.
Because of the massive support neoconservatism receives from all sectors of the U.S. society, even churches, Trump seems to have quit. Neocons enjoy overwhelming cultural and political dominance and hegemony in America and, through America, in other nations.
If I were not a follower of Jesus, I would also quit, because it is easier to walk with the crowd than rejecting the warmongering delusions that they were duped in.
Draining the swamp, a promise made by Trump in 2016, seems like an impossible task. Do you want to see its heavy weight? Big Media paid high tributes to John McCain. Left-wingers paid high tributes to him. And even many right-wingers paid high tributes. It is the swamp honoring one of its leaders. McCain was Trump’s enemy. As a neocon, he was one of the rulers of the swamp.
John McCain with neo-Nazi leader in Ukraine
Interestingly, U.S. left-wingers and right-wingers are separated and divided on certain issues — abortion, homosexuality, Christianity, etc. —, but on the neocon ideology, they are impressively united as one voice and one mind! Their loyalty to neoconservatism is astonishing.
Some carnal minds among Christians could complain that you should not talk negatively of McCain now that he is dead. But did not he celebrate Islamic radicals in wars where Christian victims suffered carnage?
Neocon John McCain celebrated wars while their Christian victims perished. That some U.S. Christians honored the death of this warmonger shows their cold and callous hearts for the Christian victims of his despicable warmongering.
To oppressed Christians in the Middle East, McCain was Mr. Death. To the Muslim Brotherhood, he was a hero. And to left-wing and right-wing Americans, including many Christians, he was a “patriot” — not the U.S. original patriotism, which was to defend borders, but a fake patriotism that is at the service of the military industrial complex and its eternal wars in far-away nations. Fake patriotism has hijacked the U.S. original patriotism.
Sadly, McCain was not killed in one of the many wars he helped to provoke. But many Christians died.
To deploy troops in Iraq over the 9/11 when clearly this attack was not made by Iraqis, but by 15 Saudi Islamic terrorists, was not patriotism. It was plain military anarchy and vandalism. McCain fully encouraged and supported such military anarchy and vandalism.
To deploy troops in far-away nations when the U.S. borders need extensive military protection from invaders and drug trafficking is not patriotism. It is plain military anarchy and vandalism. McCain fully encouraged and supported such military anarchy and vandalism.
The U.S. weakens its greatness, originally based on evangelical Christianity, when it confuses patriotism with the ambitions of the Deep State and neocon imperialists.
According to Conservapedia, McCain “was an influential establishment and neocon voice in American politics since 1986,” adding that “Obama and Hillary Clinton, among others, praised him. The mainstream media used McCain to accomplish its goals, and it frequently praised McCain for his role in advancing the left-wing agenda, except when he ran against Democrats in elections when they viciously attacked him. The conservative base strongly disliked McCain, based on his antagonistic attitude and policies toward them.”
Other McCain’s contradictions pointed by Conservapedia:
* POWs: “Despite being a POW in Vietnam, McCain had no interest in returning other American POWs home, and he fought to cover up evidence that hundreds of American POWs remained in Vietnam decades after the war ended. He also attacked and denigrated those who, with strong evidence, argued that American POWs remained in Vietnam.”
* Flip-flops: “He has flip-flopped various times, most notably when he voted against repealing ObamaCare in 2017 when he made numerous campaign statements several years prior stating he would do the exact opposite. McCain also was a globalist on issues related to foreign policy. He criticized Donald Trump.”
* Sarah Palin: “He stated in 2018 that he regretted choosing conservative Sarah Palin as his running mate, and his family even banned her from his funeral despite her continued loyalty toward him.” According to Breibart, “Unlike Trump, Palin never feuded with McCain and never criticized him.” Even so, from the grave McCain showed his scorn for her.
* Russian connections: In spite that McCain did not spare attacks on Trump for seeking a partnership with Putin against Islamic terror, “In the mid-2000s McCain’s campaign chairman Rick Davis connected with Russian oligarch Oleg Deripaska. In 2006, [there were] two meetings with McCain and Deripaska. The first occurred in January 2006 in Davos, Switzerland.” Years later, “Senator McCain strongly criticized Russian President Vladimir Putin. During a primary debate he said, ‘He… is a dangerous person.’” So the only explanation for the prominent role of McCain against Russia is some deal having gone sour.
* McCain was distrusted by real conservatives. During McCain’s 2000 run, “Christian conservatives overwhelmingly backed Mike Huckabee… John McCain had called politically-charged leaders such as Jerry Falwell and Pat Robertson ‘agents of intolerance.’”
* McCain supported the global warming scam. “McCain’s position on global warming issues put him at odds with conservatives.”
* McCain was erratic in his stances. “McCain flip-flopped on immigration issues, but he leaned toward the Left on the issue. McCain’s position on illegal immigration arguably resulted in the most criticisms from conservatives.”
* McCain was a globalist. “McCain was a globalist who supported greater international cooperation, including through unaccountable international organizations. He has defended organizations such as the European Union.”
* McCain supported the Iraqi War. “McCain voted with the majority Republican Party and 29 Democrats of the Senate in favor of the 2002 ‘Iraq War Resolution’ authorizing President George W. Bush to go to war against Iraq and overthrow the Saddam Hussein regime.” Such interventionist measure was made in spite of the fact that the Muslim terrorists who attacked the U.S. on 9/11 were not Iraqi, but Saudi.
* McCain supported Islamic rebels in Syria. “During the Syrian Civil War McCain wanted to arm the Islamist opposition with weapons and also called for an air strike against the Syrian president Bashar al-Assad.” So while Christian were being raped, tortured and slaughtered by the Islamist opposition, McCain was supporting the aggressors, not their victims.
* McCain supported Mohammed Morsi, who was connected to the Muslim Brotherhood. “After the Egyptian dictator Mohammed Morsi was set down, McCain called it a ‘coup.’”
* McCain only praised Trump, very rarely, for neocon decisions. “McCain praised the decision of President Trump to provide anti-tank munitions to Ukraine and called it ‘another significant step in the right direction.’” Even though always criticizing Trump, McCain praised him when he took a neocon measure on Ukraine.
* McCain was pro-life regarding to U.S. unborn babies, but not regarding Christians slaughtered in consequence of neocon wars. He said, “If I am fortunate enough to be elected as the next President of the United States, I pledge to you to be a loyal and unswerving friend of the right to life movement.” In spite of his promises to save unborn babies, he was, with his warmongering policies, condemning innocent Christians to slaughter in the Middle East.
* McCain supported the evolution theory. He said, “I happen to believe in evolution… I respect those who think the world was created in seven days. Should it be taught as a science class? Probably not.” No real conservative believes in evolution.
McCain was not only pro-life, but also supportive of traditional marriage. He said, “Mr. President, most Americans believe, as I do, that the institution of marriage should be reserved for the union of a man and a woman.” So neocons can be pro-abortion or pro-life, opposed or supportive of traditional marriage. But their ultimate value is wars. Yet, as he flip-flopped frequently, who could assure that he was never going to flip-flop on pro-life issues if elected president?
McCain was so a staunch advocate for NATO that members of NATO want to name its headquarters “John McCain.” In his 2016 campaign Trump said that NATO was useless. I add that it is useless for two reasons. NATO was created to protect Europe from a decrepit communist empire, the Soviet Union, that no longer exists. Today, there is only a conservative Russia and the only real threat against Europe is Islamic invasion, and NATO has done absolutely nothing to fight this invasion. In fact, NATO has helped it. When NATO bombed Libya years ago to help Obama and Saudi Arabia, the result was Islamic terrorist groups dominating Libya, which became a large passage point for Muslims invading Europe. So NATO is not protecting Europe from its greatest threat, but actually it has facilitated its invasion.
Funeral services for McCain in his Baptist church happened under Frank Sinatra’s “My Way” — and his way was neocon and globalist.
Even though President Trump and Sarah Palin were banned from his funeral, prominent socialists had already been invited by him to eulogize him. Joe Biden, a left-winger who was vice president under Obama, said, “My name’s Joe Biden. I’m a Democrat. And I love John McCain… I always thought of John as a brother.”
Biden is a neocon.
Other prominent left-wing and right-wing neocons who were officially invited to eulogize McCain were:
Barack Hussein Obama: “I never tried to hide the admiration I had for John McCain,” said Obama, earning rapturous applause for his emotional tribute to McCain. He also said, “We come to celebrate an extraordinary man. A warrior, a statesman, a patriot, who embodied so much that is best in America… He made us better Presidents, as he made the Senate better, as he made the country better… I never tried to hide and I think John came to understand, the longstanding admiration I had for him… We never doubted we were on the same team.”
George W. Bush: “His absence is tangible, like the silence after a mighty roar,” adding that his friendship with McCain was one of “life’s greatest gifts.”
McCain himself had asked Obama, a left-winger, and George W. Bush, a right-winger, to speak at his memorial service.
Obama also said, “He did understand that some principles transcend politics. Some values transcend party.”
Such transcendent values are neocon values, which are cloaked as “patriotic” values. Neoconservatism has successfully hijacked U.S. patriotism, which now means what never meant in George Washington’s days: wars, wars and wars in other nations.
Obama added, “We laughed with each other, and we learned from each other. We never doubted the other man’s sincerity or the man’s patriotism.”
Left-wing neocons are comfortable with right-wing neocons, and they are not concerned about border protection, but only about U.S. military interventions in other nations. George Washington would have a very hard time with them and they would eventually impeach him.
Shamefully, even evangelical outlets praised McCain, although his globalist and neocon decisions provoked wars that left a trail of raped, tortured and slaughtered Christians.
In honor of McCain, the Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN), of Pat Robertson, run the headline “‘I Have Fought the Good Fight, I Have Finished the Race’: A Glimpse into John McCain’s Faith.”
I had already written about CBN’s impropriety of not criticizing neocons in my article: “Giving Voice to Neocons is Weakening the Prophetic Voice of the Church.”
Charisma, the largest Pentecostal outlet in the world, run the headline “What You Never Knew About John McCain’s Private Prayer Life,” which said McCain “attended a Southern Baptist megachurch in his later years. He viewed himself as a Christian but had ‘a distrust of the religious right and a faith that is too public, too political.’”
Charisma added: “McCain’s differences with some conservative Christians were prominently displayed in the 2000 campaign when he called Pat Robertson and Jerry Falwell ‘agents of intolerance’… He made an immediate defense of then-Sen. Barack Obama when a woman at a 2008 campaign appearance expressed her lack of trust in the Democratic candidate because she believed he was ‘an Arab.’ McCain corrected her and said Obama was a ‘decent, family man.’”
Why then did Charisma praise so much his suspicious faith? Charisma’s positive approach to McCain was as improper as was its negative approach to Franklin Graham, addressed by me in the article: “Spurred by Big Left-Wing Source, Pentecostal Charisma Helps Spread Accusation of Alleged Collusion of Franklin Graham with Trump and Putin.”
About Charisma portraying McCain as a praying man, I answered in its comment section:
“McCain was a warmonger! To try to spiritualize his life is a blasphemy. While oppressed Christians were suffering rapes, torture and martyrdom in Syria, he slipped into northern Syria to cheer Islamic rebels who were raping and killing Christians. Is this a praying man???? I am a praying man. If given an opportunity to visit Syria, I would help oppressed Christians, not their enemies! McCain did just the contrary! Has Charisma lost its Christian vision? Charisma’s Christian duty was to denounce this neocon, not to praise his fake prayer life.”
Praying man is William Murray, who has for years helped Iraqi and Syrian Christians, and he knows very well that the U.S. and Saudi Arabia are responsible for the creation of ISIS and its genocide of Christians in Iraq and Syria. See his full interview here and donate to his ministry.
About Palin being banned from McCain’s funeral, Matt Barber, founder of BarbWire, said, “John McCain gives the always classy Sarah Palin a hateful ‘thumbs down’ from the grave. The man was petty & vindictive in life, and he remains so in death…”
From the grave, McCain not only spat vengeance on Palin. In a last final nasty act against Trump, McCain joined Hillary Clinton in an upcoming documentary filmed before his death warning the US about Trump’s ties to Russia.  At one point in the film, McCain says Putin “has no moral standards and poses a threat to the world.” Nothing more natural for him than putting together two targets of his hatred: Trump and Russia.
The film ends with a stark warning from McCain and Hillary about Trump’s alleged failure to take his own “active measures” against Russia for attacking American democracy. Probably by “American democracy” both meant the neocon hegemony.
As New York Times Moscow correspondent Andrew Higgins reported, Russian state television has referred to McCain as “the chief symbol of Russophobia.”
In his last book, “The Restless Wave” (Simon & Schuster, 2018), McCain complained of “InfoWars and Breitbart, and Russian propagandists” having too much freedom to speak. His book contains exactly 186 overwhelmingly negative mentions of Russia and 8 overwhelmingly positive mentions of Saudi Arabia. The fact is: The worst terrorist attack on the U.S. was made by Saudis, not Russians. Saudis, not Russians, killed 3,000 Americans on 9/11. In spite that he was an “evangelical,” McCain mentioned the word “evangelical” just two times, perfunctorily, in his book.
He lived as an anti-Russia neocon and died in the same hatred. Nasty in life, nasty in death. Just as Hillary, neocon McCain was jealous of Trump. Just as Crooked Hillary, Crooked McCain is not seen as a good example by good conservatives. Yet, the Big FakeNews Media wants everybody to see both as good examples.
Even though he was highly praised by the Big Media, which is left-wing in nature, among conservatives he provoked mixed feelings. In a conservative group on Facebook, I asked, “Thank God, the Trump-bashing funeral soap opera of McCain is over. Or not?” Most comments agreed that McCain was not a real conservative and that his funeral was an anti-Trump circus.
If real conservatives are not encouraged by McCain’s neocon example, Obama is a very different case. He was so encouraged by the massive media and neocon support, from left-wing Democrats to right-wing Republicans, to McCain that days after he was buried Obama, inspired by the spirit of McCain, said, meaning Trump and real conservatives:
“They’re undermining our alliances, cozying up to Russia. What happened to the Republican Party? Its central organizing principle in foreign policy was the fight against communism, and now they’re cozying up to the former head of the KGB.”
If Russia were actually communist today, it would fight against conservatism and U.S. left-wingers like Obama support Russia just as they supported the Soviet Union.
Dr. William J. Murray, a former Marxist and the son of one of the most famous Marxist activists in the U.S., has denounced how the U.S. foreign policy treats Russia as a threat while the real threat is the Sunni Islam from Saudi Arabia. After much suffering, Murray accepted Jesus Christ and today he is His follower. You can read his full interview here.
To present Russia today as a communist threat is not honest, but it advantageous for the neocon speech.
It would make sense for McCain, Obama and Bush to fight in the past against the Soviet Union, which fought against conservatism. But it makes no sense today for them to fight against current Russia, which advocates conservatism.
So the neocon union, under the spirit of McCain, of Obama and Bush and of left-wing Democrats and right-wing Republicans against Russia, but not against Saudi Arabia, is fake patriotism.
In the hands of neocons, the United States is just a global war machine, in total defiance of the original intent of the U.S. Founders. A global war machine helping and protecting the most dangerous form of Islam — the Sunni Islam of Saudi Arabia — for the sake of petrodollars. Sunni Islam is the greatest killer of Christians around the world.
God may have given signs that McCain’s neocon ideology may portend America’s destruction.
Last year, a powerful U.S. destroyer named “John McCain” collided with an unarmed civil ship in the same day an eclipse took over the continental U.S. and 33 days after Senator McCain’s brain cancer was diagnosed.
If solar eclipses may be warnings that judgment is coming upon a nation, does it mean that judgment is coming upon the United States over McCain’s bloody neocon military imperialism?
With information from Conservapedia, DailyMail, CBN, Charisma News, Geller Report, FoxNews, the Daily Beast, Breitbart, and the Hill.
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