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Regarding Conspiracy Theories

FEMA Camps, Freemasons, Illuminati, Bohemian Grove, False Flag, and all their vile cousins are terms that haunt us (me). They sometimes make sleep hard to find. Some people whistle thru the graveyard; I prefer to renew my courage with God’s word and His fellowship.

Conspiracy is nothing new.

Serpent

Serpent

Ever since the expulsion from the Garden, humans have exhibited a tendency toward conspiracy. In fact, Eve’s and Adam’s original sin was a conspiracy with the serpent, intended to challenge their Creator.

In the book of Proverbs, after the prologue and call to honor the advice of parents, the first “nuts and bolts” piece of advice is to avoid entering into conspiracy!

Proverbs 1 verses 10-19
My son, if sinful men entice you,
    do not give in to them.
  If they say, “Come along with us;
    let’s lie in wait for innocent blood,
      let’s ambush some harmless soul;
  let’s swallow them alive, like the grave,
    and whole, like those who go down to the pit;
  we will get all sorts of valuable things
    and fill our houses with plunder;
   cast lots with us;
    we will all share the loot”—
my son, do not go along with them,
    do not set foot on their paths;
  for their feet rush into evil,
    they are swift to shed blood.
How useless to spread a net
    where every bird can see it!
  These men lie in wait for their own blood;
    they ambush only themselves!
  Such are the paths of all who go 
    after ill-gotten gain;
      it takes away the life 
        of those who get it.

For me, this sheds an encouraging light on those who choose to resist conspiracies.
~TD

Disney’s Tower of Terror

Some park guests bring new meaning to the Tower of Terror.

Tower of Terror

Tower of Terror

Shari’ah Voter ID

voter id

voter id

Do we want this in America?

Islamists’ Harsh Justice Is on the Rise in North Mali

By ADAM NOSSITER  – New York Times  December 27, 2012
Joe Penney for The New York Times shot this photo

Photo credit: Joe Penney for The New York Times

I’m shocked for 2 reasons. Reason one is the reminder in this story of the cruelty of Shariah law. Reason two is the fact that I’m linking to the New York Times.

Sting Operation Catches NPR Sucking Up to Muslim Brotherhood

Defund National Commie Radio!!!

Conservative activist James O’Keefe, famous for his brilliant sting operations exposing the criminality of ACORN, has done it again. This time, the taxpayer-supported leftwing National Public Radio is the target of his sting.

Pretending to be members of the Muslim Brotherhood offering to fund NPR, O’Keefe captured NPR executives receptive to the offer. Senior Executive Ron Schiller eagerly echoed the Brotherhood’s anti-Jew prejudice and pro-Shariah law ambitions, then proceeded to malign the TEA (Taxed Enough Already) Party movement as “racist.”

The best part comes at the end when Schiller proudly boasted that NPR can do quite well without federal taxpayer funds. I think the least we can do is to make his wish come true.

The 2-hour video of the sting can be seen on James O’Keefe’s Poject Veritas website. (H/t lowtechgrannie!)

~Eowyn

Anti-Semitic conservative-demonizing NPR Senior Executive Ronald J. Schiller

The End of NPR

A hidden camera captures the sound of the last nail slamming into their coffin.

by John Hayward – Human Events – March 8, 2011

Conservative filmmaker James O’Keefe gets his camera into the most interesting places.  The other day, he slipped it into a lunch meeting between National Public Radio executives and two men they believed were representatives of a Muslim Brotherhood front group.

As reported by Matthew Boyle at The Daily Caller, the NPR executives were not at all suspicious of these “Muslim Brotherhood” agents, who said they wanted to donate $5 million to counter “Zionist coverage” that is “quite substantial elsewhere” in the media.  They came equipped with a fake website that announces their goal as “spreading acceptance of shari’a law throughout the world.” 

NPR senior executive Ron Schiller was happy to help.  He nodded uncritically when it was suggested that “Jews do kind of control the media,” and compared the struggle of Muslims to make their voices heard “in our schools, on the air” to (of all things) the women’s suffrage movement.  “It’s the same thing we faced as a nation when we didn’t have female voices,” he asserted.  Of course,  there are plenty of female voices heard in the Muslim Brotherhood.  They sound like Kenny from “South Park” because they’re muffled by burkas, but if you listen carefully, you can almost make out what they’re saying.

While Schiller was strongly supportive of the quest to spread the good news about shari’a law, they had nothing but scorn for the Tea Party movement and conservatives in general.  According to Schiller, the Tea Party is a “radical, racist, Islamophobic” movement that has “hijacked” the Republican Party.  I hate it when a group of fine, peace-loving people is hijacked by a tiny minority of extremists.

Upon reflection, Schiller realized that the Tea Party is not just Islamophobic, but xenophobic.  “Really xenophobic.”  They’re the “white, gun-toting” hellspawn of “Middle America,” a gang of “scary” and “seriously racist people.”  I paraphrase because Schiller sounds like a gibbering loon when he talks.  He’s practically foaming at the mouth.

Of course, Schiller hastened to assure his “Muslim Brotherhood” donors that his network was proud to rid itself of the scourge of Juan Williams, who is a scary gun-toting seriously racist guy, beneath his affable exterior.  Amazingly, he justifies this ideological purge by saying that “if a person expresses his or her opinion, which anyone is entitled to do in a free society, they are compromised as a journalist.”  Then he ordered a big bowl of chocolate cherry journalistic compromise for desert.

The most outrageous thing about Schiller’s diatribe is not its bigotry, but its lazy cluelessness.  There isn’t a mind-numbing morsel of liberal conventional wisdom he hasn’t fully digested.  He even characterized the Tea Party as a band of “fundamentalist Christians” who are “fanatically involved in people’s personal lives,” a caricature no one who had even the slightest contact with the Tea Party would believe.  They’re fiscal conservatives whose primary issue is uncontrolled federal spending.  Schiller appears to understand very little about the world his network is charged with covering.

The Washington Times noted yesterday that the furious efforts of PBS and NPR to keep the taxpayer subsidies coming may run afoul of laws that forbid organizations that receive federal money from using it to lobby for more federal money.  Interestingly, Schiller boasted to his lunch companions that NPR would be “better off in the long run without federal funding.”  It’s high time we put that to the test.  Let him turn out the lights on his hateful little tax-money sinkhole after he cleans out his desk. 

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UPDATE: A day after news of the sting operation, NPR CEO Vivian Schiller and Senior VP Ron Schiller resigned were asked to leave.