Teacher beheaded for showing cartoons of Prophet Mohammed #WWG1WGA 🙏🏻

Mohammed #WWG1WGA 🙏🏻

#IslamicTerrorism #Shariah

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Colorado officials consulted Planned Parenthood about Alabama abortion boycott, emails show – al.com

Colorado officials consulted Planned Parenthood about Alabama abortion boycott, emails show – al.com
#PlannedParenthood #abortion

Kim Fasking holds signs as she waits with other protesters to march to the Alabama Capitol against a law passed last week making abortion a felony in nearly all cases with no exceptions for cases of rape or incest, Sunday, May 19, 2019, in Montgomery, Ala. (AP Photo/Butch Dill)
Kim Fasking holds signs as she waits with other protesters to march to the Alabama Capitol against a law passed last week making abortion a felony in nearly all cases with no exceptions for cases of rape or incest, Sunday, May 19, 2019, in Montgomery, Ala. (AP Photo/Butch Dill)

Planned Parenthood offered edits and ideas before Colorado announced its travel restrictions over the Alabama abortion ban, emails show.

Source: Colorado officials consulted Planned Parenthood about Alabama abortion boycott, emails show – al.com


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The Left Proves their True “Level of Tolerance” at Abortion Protest – via @BreitbartNews on Twitter: “Gwumpy.… “

The Left is the most intolerant of any group! 🤡🌎



ABC, NBC Upset Louisiana Democrats Helping to Enact Pro-Life Law – NRL News Today

By Nicholas Fondacaro

There were apparently still a few Democrats that refused to promote the barbaric act of abortion. During their Monday evening newscasts, ABC’s World News Tonight and NBC Nightly News seemed irritated that Democrats in the state of Louisiana were set to enact their own heartbeat law, effectively keeping up momentum for the …

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The Charter | A message of hate


The Covenant of the Islamic Resistance Movement


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Cabal Spotted in Sri Lanka – Coded Messages?

This is another case of a Swamp Creature showing up before a terror attack! I go over who that is in the first half. The second half is really cool if you’re into spy vs spy stuff. I speculate that one of the victim stories in the news might actually be a coded message from the White Hats letting the cabal know they are loosing control.

Amazing Polly Published on Apr 23, 2019

The Delusional Futurism Of ‘Liberal World Order’ Academics

The Delusional Futurism Of ‘Liberal World Order’ Academics

by Brandon Smith, http://alt-market.com/

Perhaps this is an overly broad generalization, but I feel there is an almost universal feeling among the public that there is something intrinsically annoying about academia. The source of this annoyance is up for debate, but I believe it stems from the image academics project versus the reality of their personal character and intent. Your average university approved academic will say that some people find them distasteful because they are “so smart”, and this makes others envious. I would say it’s the opposite – the average academic is actually quite ignorant, but brandishes a false image of being a genius. This is why I often refer to them as “academic idiots”.

Fake intelligence and faux wisdom are like sandpaper to people’s exposed nerves, and the average person is not as dumb as academics think they are.

At the top of the fraudulent academic totem pole are what I would call the “academic philosophers”; the gatekeepers, the people who pontificate regularly on the meaning of life and society while living the most charmed life one can imagine. These are people who in most cases come from upper class backgrounds. They have been provided for every waking moment of their existence. They have had every door opened for them by someone else on the path to success, and have experienced little to no struggle or suffering in the whole of their time on this Earth. And yet, they somehow deem themselves expertly qualified to comment on the human condition.

It should come as no surprise that the ideas these academics develop tend to deny concrete reality. They seek to pursue agendas that are fanciful at best and would be ultimately destructive if ever applied in the real world.

I find this to be common with many philosophers, not just today but throughout history. The venerated Plato was such a person; the youngest son of wealthy aristocratic parents who was required to do very little in early life but ponder. The trials surrounding his friend Socrates aside, Plato never abandoned the notion of elitist rule over society. Plato’s Republic is a shrine to the elitist model, imagining a world governed essentially by academics – People born with superior intellectual abilities and who were destined to rule over the rest of us as benevolent demigods.

It’s a funny coincidence that supposedly objective elitist academics always come to the conclusion that THEY are the best equipped people to manage society.

The academic cabal is not entirely naive, however. They have realized over time that their sales pitch of an intellectual priest class and Utopian pyramid schemes are not very effective, and they have opted to switch narratives. The new narrative is one of inevitability; the inevitability of socialism, the inevitability of globalism and the inevitability of algorithmic automation.

In other words, globalism will be the apex social structure and artificial intelligence will govern the daily machinations of that structure, regardless of what the public wants. The elites won’t rule the world directly, but their ilk will create the algorithms and the policies that will rule the world by virtue of social and technological evolution.  Like Jean-Luc Godard’s French New Wave film, Alphaville, the idea is that the elites can simply sit back and let the dark “logic” of algorithmic governance do the dirty work.  For, after all, how can we possibly argue with a computer?

An example of one of the academic elitists of which I speak is Yuval Noah Harari. His editorials are getting a lot of play in the mainstream media lately and they focus on the necessity of globalism as well as the need for humans to quickly adapt to technocracy lest they find themselves obsolete. Harari is a prototypical academic philosopher, regurgitating old concepts of aristocracy and feudalism thinly veiled in futurist imagery. His arguments are the type that other lesser academics absorb and endlessly parrot as if they are profound.

For those not familiar with the ideas behind futurism, I suggest reading my article ‘The Meaning Of Good And Evil In Perilous Times’. To summarize, futurists consistently endorse the notion that old methodologies must be erased to make way for new methodologies. Traditions and ideals of the past are considered a prison which holds humanity back from progress and a better tomorrow. They believe that the solution to the imbalances and tragedies of today is to aggressively dismantle the existing system and rebuild it in a new and original way. This includes morals and guiding principles, which they see as stifling and relative.

Futurism was founded in the early 20th century in Europe with sister groups in Russia and is considered a precursor to early socialist movements including fascism and communism. To clarify, there are no new ideas under the sun, only old ideas with a slightly different spin. Socialism precedes globalism, which is one of the oldest ideas; the idea of total empire.

Like most modern academic philosophers, Yuval Harari displays futurism and globalism in spades. He is associated with the globalist Carnegie Council For Ethics In International Affairs.  Once known as the Church Peace Union, the group helped push Woodrow Wilson into involving the US in WWI and also helped promote the establishment of the UN.

He is an adequate model for my debunking of what these people often refer to as the “liberal world order”, which is just another brand of futurism. As a reference point I am using two of Harari’s articles, one published for the Guardian on the future of automation and the robots displacing humanity, and the other published for the Rothschild owned magazine The Economist on the need for globalism and the end of nationalism. I will be summarizing his arguments and views, but I welcome readers to examine his articles linked above.

Let’s get to it…

AI Will Replace Most Humans…And This Is A Good Thing

This is becoming a mainstay narrative from the globalist establishment and their academia for a number of reasons. The argument that AI dominance is an inevitability is much like the argument that globalism is an inevitability; both are based on self fulfilling prophecy.

Harari imagines what he calls a “world without work”, a development only 20-30 years in the future in which algorithmic machines replace human beings as the primary source of labor. There are two sides to this piece of propaganda; first it is meant to frighten the public into demanding centralization and global governance. Harari asserts that without global governance and a “universal basic income”, AI will make most people without technological savvy into instant paupers, which he labels “the useless class”. And here we see the trick.

As I outlined in my article ‘The Real Reason Why Globalists Are So Obsessed With Artificial Intelligence’, globalist entities like DARPA, the UN and the World Economic Forum have been highly aggressive in pushing AI to the forefront of the mainstream and have engaged in promotional campaigns to counter public distrust of the technology. At the same time, these globalist organizations have been arguing that without their increased oversight, AI could be abused by nation states or could destroy whole economies.

So, globalists tell you that AI dominance is an inevitable consequence of progress while they expend vast sums of capital and man-hours to make their prediction a reality. They then tell you AI will be a threat to your livelihood and your children’s livelihoods. Then, they tell you that the only answer is to give them more power to regulate the problem that they created.

The second part of this propaganda is the claim that the dangers of AI could be turned into Utopian benefits. If the “world without work” is the stick, then universal basic income is the carrot. The fantasy promise of the futurists goes back to the early days of communism, and always includes a tomorrow-land where all people will live a leisurely existence; a society where all necessities are provided without labor. Usually flying cars and floating cities are offered in there somewhere….

Harrari insinuates in his article for The Guardian that sloth is a natural state for most of mankind, and that the majority of people would remain mentally comfortable with having no purpose in life as long as they were given a virtual existence as a means of distraction. He cites the example of basement dwelling adult-children that, if allowed, subsist on their parent’s generosity and a life in video games. But rather than pointing out that it is destructive to encourage such behavior, Hariri suggests that it should be a mainstay of our society.

What Hariri ignores is a key issue in why many people settle for such a life. It is not necessarily because they enjoy being part of the “useless class”; many of them desperately want to find a sense of purpose and accomplishment as this desire is ingrained in the psyche of most people at birth. It’s just that they have no idea how, and have lived in an environment that seems increasingly designed to impair their independence.

I would note that elites in aristocracy for centuries exploited the crutch of universal basic income as a means to control the behavior of their children. The progeny of elites were often treated as property, and were kept in line through infantilization and income dependence. For these children, following a personal dream or setting out on one’s own was almost unthinkable because they had been isolated from any and all practical skill sets. To walk away from the system was to invite poverty and potential death.

So the plan is this: Prevent people from becoming self reliant, ensure you are their only source of income, then lord over them using that income as if they owe you like a child owes a parent. Hariri is calling for this kind of control measure for the entire world.

Human Experience Is All In Our Heads And Means Nothing

Much like Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World, Hariri’s “world without work” relies on opiates, but in this case, the technological opiates of virtual reality. He claims that this is nothing new, and that humans have long participated in virtual reality games through their participation in religion as well as the acquisition of property. I fail to see the logic in his comparison, and it appears that he uses the odd tangent merely as an opportunity to meander into an unoriginal atheistic and socialistic rant.

However, this rant does give us more insight into another globalist propaganda meme, which is that all experience is a matter of perception and that all conclusions are relative, including moral conclusions. I have written dozens of articles on the issue of globalism and moral relativism and why it is built on lies and disinformation. I feel it is one of the most vital debates of our era or any era because it determines the survival of our humanity.

For someone who views all experience as a pointless game that people make up to entertain themselves until they eventually die, Hariri sure seems overly concerned with how we are all governed while we LARP our way through existence. If there is no point and there is no design to the universe or humanity, then why seek to centralize control over the game at all?

Of course, this is elitist nonsense, and I’m not sure that they even believe the garbage that they are selling. As I’ve noted in past articles, numerous scholars have presented considerable evidence of inherent human psychological qualities, including inborn conscience and moral compass, as well as archetypal dualities which give us the inherent gift of choice. From Carl Jung, to Joseph Campbell to Steven Pinker, etc.., REAL scientists and researchers have undertaken decades of experimentation, data collection and observation to support their conclusions.  This is something that academic philosophers like Hariri have no concept of. They think that if they state a viewpoint with enough arrogant bravado this is all they need to solidify it as fact.

The reason why globalists in particular are so fond of the relativism narrative is because in vindicates their behavior in the pursuit of their centralization goals. This behavior is usually based in an “ends justify the means” approach, and is contrary to our inherent voice of empathy and conscience. If human experiences are all a matter of perception and delusion, then how the elites abuse or subjugate other humans to subsidize their own virtual reality no longer matters.

Globalism Good, Nationalism Bad

Global centralization is called many things by elitist academics: The new world order, the multipolar world order, the global reset, the global commons, the liberal world order, etc. Globalists spend most of their time attempting to repackage the marketing behind globalism to make it more palatable to the masses. This is usually a dishonest process because it requires them to falsely attribute the failings of globalism to free markets and nationalism.

Hariri makes a point to proclaim the “liberal world order” a success in improving the planet over several generations economically and geopolitically, but then argues that nation states are beginning to “undermine” that stability. We also constantly hear from globalists that “capitalism” is the cause of most of the world’s ills, yet the truth is socialist-style interference has created corporatism and the oppression of free markets for the past century.

So, globalism saved us from free market capitalism, but capitalism is destroying everything? How can both things be true?

This is the overarching script of the globalists today – That globalism works, nationalism and independent economies don’t, and to take a step backwards is suicide. That is to say, they consider the “populist” movements of today a suicidal step backwards.

What academic elites like Hariri gloss over are the numerous problems our world suffers today because of interdependency and centralization. He proudly observes that any nation that attempts to function outside of the globalist system would fall into economic disarray, but doesn’t acknowledge that in 2008 the world fell into disarray exactly because nations were far too interdependent, with trade mechanism so ingrained that the collapse of one major economy dragged down the next which dragged down the next. This was a cancerous weakness triggered by globalism, not isolationism or nationalism. And, it is a weakness that persists in 2019.

Yet, the solution is always the same – more globalism. The lack of self sufficiency and redundancy in national economies is not something that should be celebrated, but something that should be rectified. It does not have to be that way; globalists made it that way.

Fooling The Masses Into Loving Globalism

As Harari notes in his article for The Economist, creating a “global identity” in which the masses replace loyalty for a nation or tribe with loyalty to their species and to the Earth need not be difficult. All that is required is a common enemy, and what better enemy than the threat of nuclear war, the threat of climate change, and the threat of artificial intelligence?

The use of external threats (some of them fabricated) to herd the public towards an intended mindset is the bread and butter of elites. Man-made climate change stands as a fabricated threat, consistently debunked and the data exposed as rigged to present predetermined findings. AI is a threat which globalists have actively engineered (DARPA being a primary source). The threat of nuclear war has existed for decades and I hardly expect global elites to dismantle such weapons once they get their clutches on global government.

And here we discover the underlying fallacy of Hariri’s debate and the globalist position in general.  The elites conjure terrible visions of what will happen if nation states and tribalism are allowed to endure, but the disasters they predict, including war, genetic tampering, weaponization of AI, mass immigration crises, economic collapse – all of these things are being caused by the elites already. And, there would be absolutely nothing stopping them from continuing to cause such problems in the future if they get what they want, which is total global governance.

I fail to see why globalist institutions should be considered more trustworthy than national governments, let alone local tribes. Hariri is an Israeli professor who has obviously benefited from the tribalism of that culture while at the same time admonishing it. Globalists act as though they are loyal to humanity, but they are really only loyal to their own parasitic ideology, and their own tribe – the globalist tribe.

To elevate globalism to something more akin to a religion than just a political philosophy, Hariri pulls one last classic Utopian apparition from his bag of tricks; the promise of godhood. This idea is featured more prominently in his books than in his articles, but it reaffirms the suspicions I discussed in my article ‘Luciferianism: A Secular Look At A Destructive Globalist Belief System’. Namely, that globalism rests on a foundation very similar to luciferian ideology, and that globalist technocracy is motivated by the obsession of narcissistic sociopaths to become godlike.

They sell this future to the public as a lure, but I’m guessing that the liberal world order will not be gifting the “useless class” with deity status. As in every elitist vision, only the elites get to be rulers and gods. The rest of us get to be cogs in the machine, if we are lucky, and deemed expendable if we are unlucky.

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Alabama Court Recognizes Aborted Fetus as a Person With Rights in Landmark Pro-life Victory | Republic Broadcasting Network

Written by  Raven Clabough

Alabama Court Recognizes Aborted Fetus as a Person With Rights in Landmark Pro-life Victory

Pro-lifers are celebrating a major victory in Alabama after the Madison County probate court ruled that an aborted baby is a person with rights on Tuesday. The Madison County probate court’s ruling is the first of its kind in the United States.

In the landmark ruling, the court determined Ryan Magers, a father of an aborted baby, has the right to sue the Alabama Women’s Center for performing the abortion, as well as the employees of the center and the pharmaceutical company that created the medication used in the procedure on behalf of the aborted baby.

Magers filed suit in early February 2019 stating that his girlfriend aborted their baby against his wishes at six weeks gestation in 2017.

Magers said, “I just tried to plead with her and plead with her and just talk to her about it and see what I could do, but in the end, there was nothing I could do to change her mind.”

Magers filed a petition for letters of administration with the Madison Probate Court to serve as the personal representative of the baby’s estate, the Daily Wire reports.

Magers’ attorney, Brent Helms, asserts that this already marks a major victory. “This is the first estate that I’m aware of that has ever been opened for an aborted baby,” Helms said.

Helms explains that the only right the estate has is to sue, and Magers is now able to sue on behalf of “Baby Roe’s” estate.

Because Alabama state law recognizes that life begins at conception, Magers has a strong case, and Helms believes the case could reach the Supreme Court, reports WAAY 31 ABC News.

“We are confident, and this is a step in the right direction,” Helms said.

The Alabama Women’s Center has until April 1st to respond to the suit.

Magers contends that while he knows the suit will not bring back his baby, he did it because he wanted to represent all of the men who are without a voice when it comes to abortion. “Even though there’s nothing I can do for the situation I was in, there is something I can do for the future situations for other people,” Magers explained.

“I’m here for the men who actually want to have their baby. Even though there’s nothing I can do for the situation I was in, there is something I can do for the future situations for other people,” he continued. “I believe every child from conception is a baby and deserves to live.”

In the wake of the recent slew of anti-life legislation passed in Democratically controlled states throughout the country, pro-life lawmakers have made strides to protect the sanctity of life.

Last week, the Missouri House passed the most restrictive abortion bill in the United States designed so that if any one provision is overturned, another provision is available to take its place.

According to the Washington Times, House Bill 126 combines most abortion restrictions proposed in recent years into one measure, including abortion bans when a fetal heartbeat is detected (approximately six weeks gestation) and when a fetus can feel pain (around 20 weeks, according to the legislation). The bill also prohibits elective abortions for reasons having to do with race, gender, or diagnosis of Down syndrome.

Additionally, the legislation cites a state law that determines brain activity to be a sign of life and bans abortions once brainwaves are detected, generally at eight weeks gestation. The bill also implements 14-week abortion bans, 18-week abortion bans, and 21-week abortion bans. It also features a “trigger clause” that would ban all abortions except for medical emergencies if Roe v. Wade was overturned.

The bill now awaits a Senate vote, and though the bill has enough support to pass in the Senate, Democrats are threatening a filibuster. If passed, however, Republican Governor Mike Parson has already stated he would sign it into law.

LifeNews reports several other states — Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Dakota, and South Dakota — have also enacted bans that would be triggered if Roe v. Wade was overturned.

Iowa lawmakers have advanced a state constitutional amendment on Tuesday that makes clear there is not a right to abortion guaranteed by the state, LifeNews has also reported. It is expected to pass the state senate on a party line vote. If it passes the state legislature, it would be placed on the ballot for voters to decide if it should be added to the Iowa Constitution.

Pro-lifers in Congress have attempted to make strides by introducing the Born Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act, which would prohibit healthcare professionals from refusing to give medical care to babies who survive abortions. In a letter published at The Public Discourse, leaders of the American College of Pediatricians and several other medical groups have articulated their support for the bill, explaining that abortions are never necessary, especially when a woman is in the third trimester, when the baby becomes viable. The letter adds that cases of women’s lives being endangered by a pre-born infant early in the pregnancy are exceedingly rare.

Unfortunately, Democrats have repeatedly refused to support the legislation, prompting critics to decry the Democratic Party as the “pro-infanticide” party.

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The New American Magazine