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Please pray for Trevor and Autumn

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Trevor, 23, is the best friend of new FOTM writer Justin (aka threepercent1775). Autumn, 25, is Trevor’s gal.

Yesterday, Trevor and Autumn were severely injured when his pickup truck rolled over and crashed. They were airlifted to a nearby hospital.

Please pray for healing and a quick recovery for this young couple .

Thank you,

~Éowyn

Mother Sees Satanic Messages on Children’s Television

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The following is reblogged from Henry Makow’s site:

http://henrymakow.com/2015/04/Mother-Shocked-to-See-Satanic-Messages.html

A Texas mother’s shocking discovery: Children’s
cartoons are being used to degrade her children
and indoctrinate them on issues like gender.

by LS
(henrymakow.com)

Hello Henry. I’ve been following your site for quite some time now and I’ve learned a lot from your writings. One of the best things I’ve learned from you is that mainstream entertainment is satanic and made to corrupt the masses.

Well, I’ve been noticing that many of the children’s television programs are getting worse and worse as time goes on. These shows are just getting nasty, and they are blatant with the filth they are putting out. I watch these shows with my kids and the filth that I see is shocking. Here are a few examples of the trash that these shows put out for the masses. Remember that these shows are geared towards CHILDREN!

First there is the Nickelodeon television show Nicky, Ricky, Dicky and Dawn. One of the episodes is titled “Poo Dunnit”, a wordplay on the phrase “Who Dunnit”. That entire episode is about the kids and their parents trying to find out which one of them took a sh!t in one of the house toilets and didn’t flush. Yes, the entire episode revolved around a clump of sh!t in a toilet. The foul-mouthed potty humor and the talks about sh!t in this episode were so disgusting.

The word “poop” was even used three times in one sentence by one of the child characters. At one point in the episode, the children were actually examining the piece of sh!t in the toilet and one of them stated it looked like a flamingo. In your past writings you stated that the illuminati entertainment has an obsession with feces and bodily functions like sh!tting. Well, this entire episode was one big tribute to that sick obsession.

Then there is the Cartoon Network show Adventure Time. This show is already full of questionable material, but here I’ll only focus on two bits that I’ve noticed.

The first is a quote from one of characters. In one of the more recent episodes titled “Friends Forever”, a character stated that, “Well, one isn’t purely defined by their sex or gender. I’ve yet to find out who I really am…”

This is exactly the same propaganda that is spouted by illuminati feminist and homosexual groups to encourage gender confusion and the destruction of male and female. Then there is yet another quote from a character in a different episode titled “All the Little People”.

The character, who is a crafty magician, says “Do what thou swill be the whole piece of law”.

This is a blatant reference to the notable quote of Satanist Aleister Crowley: “Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law”. I’m sure I don’t need to explain any further why this is horribly wrong.

These are just the things that I’ve picked up on while watching these children’s shows with my kids, I’m sure there’s a lot more out there. Mainstream entertainment is sick and corrupt. I’m glad I’ve found your site so that I can see what is really happening to the world. Thanks.

Related: (Thanks Justin)
The President of Hollywood According to Tom and Jerry
Simpsons: http://simpsons.wikia.com/wiki/We_Do_(The_Stonecutters%27_Song)
Donald duck eye chart says “ask about illuminati”
also
Scary documentary from the Ukraine on American cartoons. It starts out with subtitles but a few minutes in there is an English narrator.

First Comment by Anonymous:

I just watched 5 minutes of the show in question, R.N.D.D., for the first time ever. Here’s what I saw: The kids are in school, building a white volcano for science class. The volcano inadvertently erupts gobs and gobs of white foam all over the kids, who make a game of it, throwing and smearing it on one another. In the background throughout the scene, there are ‘butterflies’ hanging on the wall. Their teacher, while reprimanding the kids, makes a veiled ‘sign of Baphomet’ with one hand, and the girl (Dawn), is wearing a t-shirt with a picture of a ‘cat’ that’s got some kind of device over the top of its head that’s covered in a two-tone masonic print. If you’re unfamiliar with these motifs, explanations can be found online easily enough. More jarring than anything was the way these kids act like the “adults” I remember from sitcoms. Their manner is utterly unnatural.

On a side note, I can only guess that the reference in the “Poo” episode to it looking like a flamingo is a reference to the John Waters film ‘Pink Flamingoes’ – a barage of filth that culminates with a character named “Divine” actually consuming fecal matter in the process of filming.

Big ups to the mother who has the good sense to be aware of what’s happening in her child’s life. Here’s my point: It doesn’t matter what you watch; you will find PROGRAMING, in almost, EVERY SHOT. For what its worth, I recommend listening to what Alan Watt, (not alan Watt[s]), has to say on the matter. His broadcasts are on youtube. In one, he mentions how a friend, who’d worked for one of those 3-letter organizations, once advised him: NEVER WATCH THE TELEVISION.

Where’s the crux of the problem? It’s in the fact that the parents are so programmed themselves, they just don’t want to hear about it. Most prefer to remain comfortable watching their own favored propaganda, while telling themselves that people like yours truly are just grasping at straws. Meanwhile their children are being indoctrinated to service pedophiles.

Comments for “Mother Sees Satanic Messages on Children’s TV”

Dan said (April 27, 2015):

I threw out television in May 2008. It’s an addiction. Flat screen TVs have become ubiquitous everywhere you go. Waiting rooms, restaurants, even on buses now. Even on people’s phones.

Anyone with children has a duty to protect them from exposure to this insidious mind control programming and behavior conditioning. Television has no redeeming qualities at all. It’s an instrument of destruction pure and simple. I guarantee anyone that if you get the god damn thing out of your house, you will recover from the withdrawal very quickly. So will your children.

Nothing destroys any culture more thoroughly than television.
Al Thompson said (April 26, 2015):

Most of the media is satanic and amoral. Without a proper moral structure, no one can live a secure and happy life. The intent of these cartoons is to corrupt the children just as the public schools do. This should be a good reason to cut the cable and do without TV. All of this garbage works to destroy the minds of those who watch it. I see no point in continuing paying for material that will corrupt the viewer’s mind. Until people start developing a higher moral standard, all of this will get worse.

I think it is best to stop worrying about what other people do and concentrate on yourself and your family. The reason is that you can’t control what other people do but you can control yourself. Make sure your own moral standards are in line with the natural law and try to stay within it. Separate your mind from the “new world order” as it is too destructive to be of any value to anyone.

The natural order is easier to understand without a lot of religious doctrines which may or may not be true. Those commandments that reside within the natural order are the ones that have value. These commandments can be proven by just a little bit of thought and right reason. It’s not difficult; religion makes it difficult in my opinion. The God who created everyone established the natural foundation for all of mankind. It is the same for everyone.

Twisting the minds of little children is what the media is all about, especially with the abomination of Bruce Jenner. Again, the true intent here is to destroy the minds of the children by getting them to question their gender. This is as stupid and evil as anyone can get. Make the media companies pay for their perversion. Cut the cable and spend more time outside and let the children play.

– See more at: http://henrymakow.com/2015/04/Mother-Shocked-to-See-Satanic-Messages.html#sthash.sld7pTqQ.dpuf

The terrifying face in the wedding photo

Can you see what’s wrong with this picture?

Face in wedding photo

Two weeks ago, a man posted the wedding picture of himself and his bride on imgur, with this message:

Me and my wife’s favorite wedding photo… Until we saw what was between us… We still don’t know who it was

As of the time when I accessed the pic on imgur last night, it had a phenomenal 457,147 views — and that doesn’t include the many people who’ve seen it on other websites about the spooky face.

What do you think it is?

My thought (apologies to the wedding couple): I wonder if the couple had had an abortion.

~Éowyn

Rose Blumkin: American Success Story

Rose Blumkin

The following is by Dick Kazan from his site http://www.kazantoday.com

The author is successful business, real estate, and media entrepreneur Dick Kazan.

Published on Tue Dec 13, 2005

Today, I’d like to tell you the remarkable story of Rose Blumkin, a Russian immigrant who never spent a day in school, arrived penniless and built the largest home furnishings store in the United States.

Blumkin was born to poverty in 1893. Her father was a Rabbi with little income and her mother worked long hours running a small grocery store to support the family of eight children. At the age of six, tiny Rose began working in the store to help her.

At 20, Rose married Isadore Blumkin, who was also poor. So they could have a better life, he went to the U.S. to get a start but before she could join him, World War 1 broke out and it would be three years before the couple could reunite.

In 1919, they settled in Omaha and struggled to get by. He ran a secondhand-clothing store and a pawnshop. Rose helped him with the clothing store and to supplement their modest income she used her basement to sell furniture. They learned English from their four children.

Rose knew first hand the difficult circumstances the vast number of poor and struggling people of the 1930’s endured and saw a business opportunity. Despite the Great Depression, she acted.

In 1937 Blumkin was nearly 44 years old but she borrowed $500 from her brother and opened a store in the basement of her husband’s shop. She called it the Nebraska Furniture Mart and her motto was, “Sell cheap, tell the truth, don’t cheat nobody.”

Blumkin’s business grew by offering merchandise at rock bottom prices. At times when she didn’t have enough inventory, she hauled her family’s own furniture into the store and sold it.

Her big competitors deeply resented her undercutting their prices and pressured manufacturers not to sell to her. This didn’t stop Mrs. B as she came to be called. She’d visit distant retailers and buy their excess inventories at sharply reduced prices, sometimes for pennies on the dollar.

As her store kept growing, Mrs. B, applied to the banks for credit but banks scoffed at her as an illiterate immigrant. She resented these “big shots” treating her this way as she had to operate from cash generated from selling her merchandise and from credit she got from her suppliers.

Despite this lack of liquidity, by working seven days a week, 10 hours a day, selling a high volume of furniture at very low prices, Mrs. B built her store into a success.

Something else also made it successful. Sometimes when a family needed furniture and didn’t have enough money, rather then let them leave disappointed, Mrs. B quietly cut the price for them. This was a nice thing to do but it was also wise of her because it built repeat trade as that family would return time and again and her business grew.

But in 1951 Mrs. B’s store suddenly hit the wall.

This happens to many fast growing businesses because cash may not come in quickly enough to cover the cost of a larger inventory or other expenses. Mrs. B got in a cash bind and couldn’t pay her suppliers.

Confronted with the loss of her business and all that she had worked so hard for, she took bold action. She rented Omaha’s City Auditorium, ran a massive sale, blew out $250,000 in inventory in three frantic days and paid off her suppliers.

After that, she operated strictly from cash as her store grew at a carefully measured pace into the largest home furnishings store in the United States, making her extremely successful.

Then one day in 1983, long-time customer and legendary investor Warren Buffett came into the store to see her. After wading his way through acres of bed-room sets, tables and chairs, lamps and rugs, he spotted Mrs. B.

Though she was nearly 90 years old, she remained a bundle of energy, using her electric scooter to zip up and down the aisles as she quoted prices and deliveries to customers, advised her staff and directed where and how to display merchandise.

Buffett had enormous respect for what Mrs. B had achieved and he wanted to buy the Nebraska Furniture Mart. He asked if she would consider selling it and when she said, “Yes,” he asked how much she wanted.

“$60 million,” replied Mrs. B. After a brief conversation, she agreed to sell 90%, with her family retaining 10% and they shook hands on the deal. Because of his respect for her integrity and her business acumen, he made this offer without auditing her books or inventory. Tax returns showed the business made $15 million a year pretax and that satisfied him.

Buffett had a one-page agreement prepared and Mrs. B, who could barely read English and did not write in it, made a mark at the bottom to signify her approval. A few days later, Buffett gave her a check for payment in full.

To close the sale, Mrs. B insisted that she remain the boss and continue to work seven days a week, 10 hours a day, as she had long done. Buffett hardily agreed and she remained active in business for the rest of her 104 years.

Success Tip of the Week:As Rose Blumkin showed us, a lack of a formal education need not prevent business success. The key for her and for any of us is to have passion for what we do and to be alert so that we absorb the crucial knowledge around us.

St. (Padre) Pio’s Prayer to Jesus

I found this most beautiful prayer that I am sharing with you:

O my Jesus, give me Your strength when my weak nature rebels against the distress and suffering of this life of exile, and enable me to accept everything with serenity and peace.

With my whole strength I cling to Your merits, Your sufferings, Your expiation, and Your tears, so that I may be able to cooperate with You in the work of salvation.

Give me strength to fly from sin, the only cause of Your agony, Your sweat of blood and Your death. Destroy in me all that displeases You and fill my heart with the fire of Your holy love and all Your sufferings.

Clasp me tenderly, firmly, close to You that I may never leave You alone in Your cruel passion.

I ask only for a place of rest in Your heart. My desire is to share in Your agony and be beside You in the garden.

May my soul be inebriated by Your love and nourished with the bread of Your sorrow. Amen.

Smartphones Are Debasing Society

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The following appeared on Henry Makow’s excellent site:

http://henrymakow.com/2015/03/smartphones-have-debased-society.html

Thanks to smartphones, people are always
distracted. They are not interacting with people
or places in the moment. Baby boomers like
David Douthit have banished them from their lives.

by David Scott Douthit
(henrymakow.com)

Everywhere, people seem to be glued to their smartphones. I was at one of my son’s baseball games. My ex-wife and my daughter were in the bleachers behind home plate. Neither one saw any of the game, as they were both busy texting the entire game. My son hit his first home run. After the game he asked his Mom if she saw it. She answered, “Saw what?”

I tried the smartphone thing around ten years ago. The problem was people kept calling me up. They would call when I was walking the dog. They would call when I was taking a nap. They would call and expect me to call them back immediately, and get mad when I didn’t. The smart phone was much more an inconvenience, than convenience. I threw it away, and have not had one since.

My wife and I had to put a sign on our front door that reads “Turn that bleeping smartphonr off!” because her kids kept coming over to make phone calls, or at least that is the way it seemed. It was aggravating when a visitor comes over and just had to “take this call” or that call after call. Or, they would be sitting on the couch looking at the smart phone and texting. You get schizophrenic trying to converse with someone who is some place else mentally all the time.

HEALTH DANGERS

Then there is the matter of electromagnetic radiation waves emitted from the smart phone into the users brain.

There is ample evidence smartphones cause brain tumors, as well as a host of other maladies. I make it a point to tell all my family and friends about that risk. It is usually dismissed with a, “So what? Everybody dies sometime.”

Although my son has a smartphone, I do not allow him to put it up next to his brain, or carry it in his pocket next to his testicles. Organ tissue is much more sensitive than muscle or bone. My boy is only seventeen, but I would like him to use his brain, and father some grand kids someday.

This generation will be stunted. They have conceded their cognitive ability to computers and cell phones. It appears this has enabled them to argue and bicker with people non-stop. The smartphone is a extension of their sour attitude. Grammar and good manners are gone.

This generation has no morals. The breakdown of morality has a lot to do with rise of technology. You would think technology would not have affect morality, but it has enabled the wolves among us to be more wolf-like. Guys brag about bedding hundreds of women. They attribute the ability to meet more women to modern technology.

Most modern men have absolutely no standards. The only standard they have is their ability to use other people. The exact inverse of the Golden Rule.

I also try to stay off the computer. I have to admit, it is addictive. The pixels excite the brain in a drug-like fashion. I have spent too much time on the computer in the past. It didn’t make me any happier or wiser.

Knowledge and wisdom are two different things. Knowledge is accumulated information. Wisdom is the ability to know the right way to use it. Wisdom is gained by negotiating difficult situations, crises, real life moral dilemmas. Time spent on the computer is not real life experience. I think I will go for a walk and exercise some wisdom and my legs.


Also by David Douthit- MD Pill Pushers-A Personal Story
————————— The AIDS Hoax
Also by David Douthit- The AIDS Hoax——————— Gulf War Troops Got vaccine Containing Nerve Gas

Makow comment- And David doesn’t even get into the surveillance aspects.

First Comment from Dan:

I’ve lived with dial phone ‘land lines’, sending letters by postman, and writing checks. “New” isn’t always better; it’s a always a trade-off. Switching from land line telephone to ‘smartphone’ exchanges one set of inconveniences for another, more complicated set.

At the moment people remain concerned mainly about the loss of privacy [1] that goes with storing every byte of information about you on these GPS tracking, hand held chipset.

But you’ll get over that. Now that they’ve got you hooked on ‘convenience’ , heavily invested into it (iPhones ain’t cheap), and visually dependent upon digitally processed images do recognize what you’re seeing on that little screen as ‘real’, privacy will become less important. – See more at: http://henrymakow.com/2015/03/smartphones-have-debased-society.html#sthash.S4TX7ugM.dpuf

Words to live by

words of wisdom

H/t FOTM’s Trail Dust!

~Éowyn