Monday, August 7, 2017

Eagle, ‘Who Will Bring Me Down to Earth?’


While the blind leaders of the blind are celebrating the latest sanctions against North Korea in a positive light, there is nothing positive about these sanctions which will surely lead to war and the death of millions.


North Korea vows 'thousands-fold' revenge on US over sanctions


Pyongyang threatened to take “righteous action”, describing the sanctions as a “crime” for which the US would pay “thousands of times”.






North Korea's 'No. 2' official strengthens ties with Iran as UN hits Pyongyang with new sanctions


Iran, Russia, China and America's other enemies will unite together against US in America's last war.


God has removed His hedge of protection from America and everything has changed (for the worse) as proud, unrepentant America enters severe, nation ending, Divine judgments !


“Behold, I will make you small among the nations;
You are greatly despised.
“The arrogance of your heart has deceived you,
You who live in the clefts of the rock,
In the loftiness of your dwelling place,
Who say in your heart,
‘Who will bring me down to earth?’
 “Though you build high like the eagle,
Though you set your nest among the stars,
From there I will bring you down,” declares the Lord.
Obadiah 1

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From Baidoa, Somalia: 'We have no hope'


The worst drought in 40 years has a cruel grip on Somalia. A struggling young government and militant violence have compounded to bring crisis to 6.7 million lives. The town of Baidoa is facing some of the harshest conditions. Surrounded by territory controlled by al-Shabaab militants and amid ongoing attacks, 160,000 people have had to leave their farms and are surviving in camps where hunger, thirst and cholera await them

All photographs by Peter Caton/Mercy Corps

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The curse which Islam has brought to Somalia and so many other Muslim countries is something everyone should understand but almost everyone is walking in darkness and not able to see what is right under their nose.
Since Islam and their bloodthirsty god have no mercy, you can be certain that mercy corps is not a Muslim aid group. 
Muslims are too busy killing and destroying everything and everyone to help their own fellow Muslims so it's  Christian groups which step in to help feed and provide water to those under the curse of Islam.

2 comments:

  1. Marcel,

    Re: "Muslim aid groups"
    Here's a post I wrote a couple of years ago that backs up your assertion:

    I was a member of a Christian NGO that responded to the crisis in Iran after the earthquake in Bam some years back. My thoughts at the time were, "Hey, there's 70 million people in Iran. There are around half a million survivors of the earthquake in need of food, clothing, and shelter. You mean to tell me that 140 people in this society can't find the wherewithal to take care of one person's needs in an emergency? Why are we having to shoulder this burden?" And Iran wasn't a poverty-stricken basket case like, say, Bangladesh. Their per capita income is about a third of our obscenely wealthy level, and WAY above the level of the country my wife and I were living in at the time, so I had some perspective. (BTW, we were living on about $300-400 a month and had all our needs met.)

    What were the Iranians doing in response to the crisis? Hampering and hamstringing our efforts while diverting as much to their own pockets and to Tehran as possible. And what about the grassroots efforts at sending aid and help to the devastated area that you'd expect in the US or any western country? ^Crickets.^

    Some friends of mine were collecting clothing and sending it in semis to the affected areas. You know what the response of most of the recipients was? They threw the clothing on the ground since it wasn't new. I'm not sure if they were insulted being given second-hand clothing (much of what I wear was bought at thrift stores), or if they felt they'd be contaminated wearing what some infidel wore, I don't know.
    Muslim societies are VERY different from historically Christian societies. I know. I've been there.

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  2. Awesome testimony from someone who has been there and seen it with their own eyes. Thanks for sharing.

    I grew up on old, used clothes and no A.C. in Miami, no doctors, (healthy) no dentist ever, no allowance, and not much else. Still to this day used clothes are my first choice with deals that are out of this world.
    Thank God, I learned from my dad, who went through the Great Depression, how to stretch a dollar to it's maximum.

    With Iran and Islam;
    There is no life only fruit of death in the cult of lies of the false prophet.
    The religious pride is deep, very deep and deceiving. Only Jesus can break through that pride.
    Too proud to receive used clothes, or anything, from infidels.
    God hates this Lucifer birthed pride and it dooms so many souls.

    If it's bullets, bombs and guns and terrorists groups to join up for allah, and to kill they are in line.

    Thanks for your comment and sharing your personal experience.

    I learned from personal experience about Arabs, Palestinians vs. Israel when I walked into Gaza back in 77'.
    It's something you never forget.

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