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The Obama Deception

At the risk of being assumed to be a kook, I upload this You Tube link with reserve. Though the title of the movie includes our revered president’s name, it is not particularly just about a president. It is about the world economy, and the New World Order. It is also not about a particular political party. It portrays the current administration as more of a “Manchurian Candidate.”

This is not a new movie, but perhaps it has not been available to you. It is uploaded in it’s entirety on You Tube and has been seen by over 8 million people. Presented in 2009, it shows what has happened to the economy and how the Oligarchs have been taking it over piece by piece. Daniel Estulin also seen in “Shadow Government” is an investigative journalist who has been following the Bilderberg Group for years,  also appears in this film. Interestingly, you will be able to evaluate whether or not the movie is credible a couple of years after it was released. Let history tell the truth.

From wikidictionary:

Oligarchy: a form of government in which all power is vested in a few persons or in a dominant class or clique; government by the few.
Click here:
 Wikipedia on Bilderberg group

If you are new to Pink Apron Regiment, these ideas will seem extreme. Please continue in your curiosity to examine what is true. Take what you like and leave the rest. I preface the film because it seems to start out like a bad spy movie, but as it progresses, the more sense it makes and the less outlandish it becomes.

From Wikipedia, where you can find background on the movie”:

The Obama Deception- The Mask Comes Off

This movie is about 2 hours long.

And this from April 16, Russian Today click here:

Obama’s Broken Promises

“Things We Couldn’t Say”

Diet Eman, in her book “Things we Couldn’t Say” quotes Dietrich Bonheoffer from “The Cost of Discipleship”… “When Christ calls a man, he bids him come and die.”

Eman a Christian, was a teenage girl living in the Netherlands when the Germans invaded her town. It was an “overnight” takeover, and many believing friends and family succumbed to this evil invasion, thinking as Christians, they were to submit to the authority of the government no matter who or what they represented.

Many of them suffered and died at the hands of the Germans, but Eman, with a few other young men and women, managed to hide and save many Jews because they could not resolve that God himself was on the side of the Germans. They could not understand why their Christian brothers and sister so easily gave in to the invasion and forfeited the freedom God had given them.

Confusion turns into conviction:

“It didn’t take long however, before our group of resisters had answers to the question we had constantly asked during those first days of the Occupation. Soon enough we knew that the only way for us to act was to resist, even though the risk sometimes seemed very high.” pg. 38

Eman continues several paragraphs later;

“Right from the beginning, the Occupation created ambiguities, arguments, and difficult struggles within Christian circles. When Jesus lived, his country was occupied by Romans, and everyone remembered what He said, “Give Caesar what is Caesar’s.” Jesus Christ never preached rebellion against the Roman. Part of the struggle, the moral struggle, was the belief that what had happened in our little country was in fact ordained by God: some people claimed that we shouldn’t interfere with what went on because the Occupation itself was God’s will.” pg. 44

The confusion caused some to not act at all;

“But the church we called the “black-stocking church” leaned toward the other point of view: that our burden was to be in subjection to whatever higher powers God had placed over us. People who took that point of view were never very strong in the Resistance because they thought resistance against the established government was quite simply sin.” (italic added) pg.45

What kind of people laid down their spiritual weapons…

“Jet’s family didn’t invite boys from the armory into their house. Her family belonged to our church, but they had six kids, and they would say, “Yeah, yeah, our family is too busy. We can’t do that.” We accepted their decision. But they were really the same kind of people we were; they attended the same church and had the same basic beliefs…” pg. 49

from: “Things we Couldn’t Say” ~Diet Eman

The point is… where do you stand? Are you “too busy” to get involved? Are you of the conviction that you are to succumb to evil because evil is encroaching? May I suggest you read the book. It is an easy and fast read. It will stir your conscience. Find a copy on Amazon and read it with friends. Read part of it here on Google books;  “Things We Couldn’t Say” there are about 90 pages online and it may be all you need to read.

See Lord Mockton explain Communism:

Global Faith Forum 2011 Held in Keller Texas

Keller Texas was the site of the recent Global Faith Forum (GFF) held January 15, 2011; featuring clergy from various persuasions including Islam, Christian and Palestinian religious leaders.

One of the sponsors for the group, the Council on Foreign Relations, (CFR) is working hard to turn your individual biblical faith  into a one-world community of worship. The group is attempting to blur the lines of distinction between faiths to usher in a one-world religion. Anyone who stands firm on the bible or it’s principles will be pressed to abandon the absolutes of God’s holy word and “go along to get along.”

Their premise is impossible to achieve unless someone (believers) gives up the surety that there is only one God and He is Elohim. There IS no other God. This will not sit well with the ecumenicals .

Israel lived in a land of idols and found herself mixing worship of the Holy One of Israel with pagan ideas. God is not pleased with double-mindedness. He judged Israel for her idolatry.

There is only one faith- Yeshua Hamashiach.

“Hear O Israel, the Lord our God He is One.” Is. 6:4

From the GFF website:

“Many Distinct Beliefs. One Common Respect.

The Global Faith Forum brings together distinct and conservative bodies of faith for greater understanding, while facing our differences with grace and humility. Muslims, Jews, and Christians hold different beliefs about who Jesus and God is. As people of faith, we must maintain our distinct beliefs, yet live in peace with others of faith. God calls followers of each faith to carry out the dialogue of our distinctions in a spirit of common dignity for one another. The multi-faith perspective is about deepening respect for one another while dialoguing about our differences. Participants are not asked to boil down their beliefs to define God in common terms but to hold to their distinctions with a spirit of respect between participants.” (boldface added)

~Global Faith Forum Website

The dialoguing of difference is the process of transformational thinking. Dialogue long enough and the most settled believer will find themselves in conflict with the group, longing to fit in and eventually succumbing to consensus thinking. This is called “Diaprax.” (The practice of dialoging to change/alter ones sense of absolutes)  The phrase is coined by Dean Gothcher, founder of the Institution for Authority Research.

The method is guised with creating community and charged with wearing down convictions.

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