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Thanks Readers!! I will just add this....

Posted By: jensingr
Date: Tuesday, 30-Aug-2022 15:59:43

In Response To: Re: Readers respond to "Trump is still president of America...." (Nameless_one)

Donald J. Trump is the Commander in Chief.
He has never conceded.
He has the nuclear codes.
He is in charge of the Miltary with HIGH Q CLEARANCE
who are locked down in Cheyenne Mountain.
He placed them there because we are at war.
The Biden puppet, clone, actor, demented reject is only the "President" of the CORRUPT DC SWAMP.
There was a hostile takeover by outside foreign forces to change the outcome of the election to do their bidding.
All involved have committed TREASON!
It is only a matter of time until Trump is vindicated.

Keep your faith in God and Country!
Although there are many serious problems we have to deal with, the overall picture is great because the White Hats and ultimately God is in control!

: another reponse from Reader R: I have found out the name of
: the patriotic soldier who did the video about Trump is
: still president of America......he has been on several
: shows and interviewed about what he has presented in his
: great video...Check it out and see if you can find a
: webpage where he can be contacted directly......His name is
: Derek Johnson and here is the information to his various
: interviews.....let me know what you find out........

: Search results for: derek johnson (rumble.com)

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: Reader J sends this response regarding "Trump is still
: President...
: Re: Trump is still president of America God Bl....

: The Manifest Destiny of Russia and America

: **After reading this letter please "forward" it to
: your family and friends who you think might be
: interested.**

: Greetings friends and family,
: I am including in this letter an article I found in “The
: Moscow Times” of all places. I do not know, nor have I ever
: met the author. The information found in Paul Ladouceur’s
: eye-opening article will not make for “breaking news” on
: Fox News or CNN, but I assure you that what he has to say
: about the history of the Russian people, President Putin,
: and the Russian Orthodox Church will reveal a lot to you
: about what is happening in this crazy almost insane world
: of religion and politics.
: The fallen angels under Satan who rule all the nations have
: created this craziness as they hate all men and women, and
: the God of Israel who created everything. They want to kill
: as many people as they can before our Lord Jesus returns to
: imprison them in the Bottomless Pit.
: When I first studied and learned about the term “Manifest
: Destiny” years ago the information mostly related to
: America’s place in Biblical prophecy. Most American
: Christians today are unaware that the Christian colonists
: coming from Europe hundreds of years ago believed in the
: false teaching of post-millennialism where the bodily
: return of our Lord Jesus Christ couldn’t happen until
: Christendom and its government subdued and took control of
: all nations. Many early Americans believed and taught that
: America was called and chosen by God to establish his
: Kingdom in all nations and then Jesus could come. It was
: their “Manifest Destiny”.
: Paul’s article clearly reveals that Russia shares a very
: similar “Manifest Destiny” belief as America. In my last
: letter sent out to you I emphasized how the Jewish prophet,
: Daniel, was given by God visions of the last days on this
: war-torn planet. He saw two “little horns” or nations that
: will compete for world empire or dominion among men. Those
: two nations Daniel saw were America (Daniel 7:8, 9:27) and
: Russia (Daniel 8: 9,23, 11:40-45).
: Today in Ukraine these two nations are bringing us all to the
: brink of a nuclear World War III all in the name of Jesus,
: believe it or not! However, events will take place so that
: instead of destroying the planet with fallout, America and
: Russia will make peace and the world will rejoice. Daniel
: saw this! The American and Russian Presidents, the Pope of
: Roman Catholicism, and the Patriarch of the Orthodox Church
: will proudly declare the long-awaited Kingdom of
: Christendom has now begun, the Church has been reunited.
: The Jews of Israel, Jerusalem, and their desired Temple
: will be center stage in those days.
: All of this means that Christians in America will have to
: first remove the Godless immoral forces (World Economic
: Forum) that have dominated this last generation. It amazes
: me that America today has become what it once despised and
: fought against, and Russia is returning to its Christian
: roots and now able to powerfully reinsert itself among the
: nations.
: If you read Paul’s article you saw how he stated that Russia’s
: coming together of the Orthodox Church and the Government
: will not bring Godliness, but the rise of antichrists. He
: is right and the same will happen in America. Can you now
: see that both America and Russia and their false militant
: forms of Christendom will only lead to the rise of the
: coming Antichrist? How blinded these men are and how
: desperately they need to repent and be born again. Our Lord
: Jesus said that in the last days “many will come in my
: name, saying I am Christ; and shall deceive many”, Matthew
: 24:5. Russia and America are both following what the Bible
: calls the “great harlot” of Revelation 17, a false and
: counterfeit Christian system. The New Testament is filled
: with warnings not to follow false teachers who profess
: “another Jesus, another gospel”, 2 Corinthians 11:1-15.
: Please visit our website and send an email. Thank you for
: reading this and I hope to hear from you soon. Again, if
: you are interested in the questions above, please consider
: reading the articles "Then Comes the Fire", “The
: Judgment Chronicles” and “The Fundamentalist" posted
: on our website. For details concerning my military
: background during the Vietnam era, please read the articles
: "Vietnam: The Manchu's of Charlie Company",
: "Pacifist, Patriot, or Pilgrim" and “Moved with
: Compassion”. Just click on the website link below and click
: on “Articles”.

: Sincerely,
: Jack

: Babylon the Great is Falling
: http://www.babylonthegreatisfalling.net

: Orthodoxy and Russia's Manifest Destiny
: Russky mir is Russia’s new version of manifest destiny.
: By Paul Ladouceur

: Several times Russian church and state leaders have been
: enraptured by the idea that the Russian people and its
: political expression have a special mission or “manifest
: destiny” to accomplish. Successive iterations of this
: “Russian idea” reflect a growing convergence of religion,
: ethnicity, and nationalism with state power into an
: explosive secular ideology bent on imposing its worldview
: within Russia, surrounding countries, the Orthodox Church,
: and worldwide.
: The first iteration became prominent after the union Council
: of Ferrera between the Roman and the Orthodox Churches in
: 1439 and the fall of Constantinople to the Turks in 1453.
: These two events precipitated the emergence of a sense of
: the role and responsibility of Muscovy as the spiritual and
: geo-political center of Orthodoxy, captured in the epithet
: the “Third Rome”: the first Rome had fallen into heresy and
: schism with the filioque and the papacy; Constantinople,
: the Second Rome, deviated from Orthodoxy by union with
: Latins and came under Turkish rule as a divine punishment,
: thereby losing its claim to pre-eminence in Orthodoxy.
: Muscovy, having rejected the union with Rome and freed
: itself from the Mongols, thus became the Third Rome of
: Christendom. The self-proclamation of the autocephaly of
: the Russian Church in 1448 and the election of the first
: patriarch of Moscow in 1589 reinforced the Third Rome
: theory.
: Although the idea of Muscovy as the Third Rome was not a
: dominant theme in subsequent centuries, it still featured
: in more traditionalist Russian circles; the Russian Church
: emphasized the universal nature of the Church over its
: particular ethnic or national expressions. But the rise of
: nationalism in the 19th century assaulted this universalist
: perspective, and the idea of a messianic role for Russia
: and the Russian Church resurfaced dramatically, captured in
: the epithet “Holy Russia”: the divinely-endowed destiny of
: Russia founded on the preservation and expansion of
: Orthodoxy, under the guidance of the twin institutions, the
: monarchy and the Russian Orthodox Church.
: In this vision, the tsar was expected to be “an apostle-like
: ruler,” with St. Vladimir as the prototype, leading his
: people to Christianity. This required the Church to support
: autocracy, which it did faithfully until the revolution.
: The Holy Russia theme was marked by key public events
: manifesting the union of ruler, church, and people: the
: 900th anniversary of the baptism of Rus, celebrated in Kyiv
: in 1888; the 500th anniversary of the death of St. Sergius
: in 1892; the canonization of St. Seraphim of Sarov in 1903.
: A more political variation of the Holy Russia theme was the
: imperial motto “Orthodoxy, Autocracy and Nationality,“ and
: its later mutation “Faith, Tsar and Fatherland.” These
: socio-political motifs marked a departure from
: ecclesiological universalism, towards an identification of
: Orthodoxy with Russian nationalism and the imperial state,
: an “Orthodox patriotism,” seen as an alternative to modern
: secular nationalism.
: The third manifestation, perhaps surprisingly, was the
: communist vision of an ideal socialist society. As an
: atheistic philosophy, communism might appear far removed
: from the religious and Orthodox content of the Third Rome
: and Holy Russia, but communism is often considered a
: secular, atheistic religion, with its inspired founders,
: sacred books, saints worthy of veneration, and rituals; an
: abstract “humanity” compensated for the previous theistic
: content of the Russian idea.
: Russian Marxists saw their mission in much the same way as
: their Orthodox predecessors: to imbue all Russian society
: with their socio-political vision, and, beyond Russia
: itself, to neighboring lands, beginning with those which
: were part of the Russian Empire in 1914. The Red Army
: imposed Bolshevik rule throughout the collapsed Empire;
: forcible reinsertion into the Soviet Union was successful
: in Ukraine, Belorussia, Georgia, Central Asia, and Siberia
: (but failed in Finland and the Baltic States).
: In the interwar period, the universal application of Marxist
: philosophy was visible in the activities of the Communist
: International (Comintern or Third International),
: established to promote world communism, headed by the
: Soviet Union.
: After nearly collapsing from the assault of Hitler’s armies in
: the opening phase during World War II, the Soviet Union
: gained the upper hand on the battlefield as the Red Army
: marched through territories initially conquered by the
: Germans, then into neighboring countries to the West, all
: the way to Berlin, allowing the Soviets to impose
: communist-led governments throughout Eastern Europe—only
: Finland escaped. Flushed with its military, geopolitical
: and diplomatic successes in the war and immediately
: afterwards, the Soviet Union attempted to extend its
: tentacles even further, into Western Europe (where it was
: stopped by the formation of NATO), Latin America, and
: Africa, with some success.
: This dismal history highlights Russian-dominated communist
: universalist ideology as a secular variation of the
: “Russian idea,” that the Russian people and its political
: expression have a special mission to bring their vision of
: the future of humanity to the entire world. Here, this
: mission is not divinely-ordained, but self-appointed, at
: best dictated by an imperative arising from humanity itself
: – however inhuman its actual implementation was.
: The downfall of communism and the dissolution of the Soviet
: Union left an existential and ideological void: Russia no
: longer had a self-identity, a national purpose, an
: imperative world role. It was in this void that the
: “Russian idea” resurfaced in its earlier theistic and
: specifically Orthodox iterations of the Third Rome and Holy
: Russia. The Russky mir (Russian world) ideology,
: articulated by senior church officials, aims at extending
: the worldwide influence of both Russia and the Russian
: Orthodox Church. The contours of the Russky mir doctrine
: were spelled out in an address by Patriarch Kirill on 3
: November 2009 at the Third Assembly of the Russkii Mir
: Foundation; Kirill mentioned God only three times and
: Christ not at all, while repeating 38 times the phrase
: Russky mir. The contours of Russky mir ideology and its
: theological weaknesses are well known.
: But there are important nuances among these iterations, the
: acquisition of increasingly dangerous mutations, especially
: with the expansion of state power. The Third Rome concept
: was largely ecclesial, and only loosely connected with the
: pre-modern state. The Holy Russia concept had a more
: political connotation, a unity of church and state to
: promote internal cohesion in an increasingly fragmented and
: restless empire, in a desperate attempt to hold back the
: forces of modernity; still, the notion was basically
: inward-looking. Although Holy Russia retained a powerful
: religious component, nationalism and autocracy were equally
: prominent ideological features.
: Under the Russky mir banner, Putin and Kirill are instilling
: into the Russian soul anti-Christian values far more
: successfully than Lenin and Stalin ever did, the
: cultivation of profound hatred, aggressiveness and violence
: against all enemies — those who refuse to submit to the
: personal and geopolitical ambitions of the Russian State
: and Church.
: The communist version of a special Russian mission stripped
: away its previously religious content, replacing it with
: secular, atheistic and humanist philosophy. The full force
: of this universalist philosophy was felt after World War
: II, as the Soviet Union expanded its power and control over
: the lands newly-incorporated into the Soviet Union, Eastern
: Europe, and worldwide.
: The notion of a divinely-appointed mission of the Russian
: people and the Russian State is thus deeply engrained in
: Russian consciousness, and it did not require much effort
: on the part of Patriarch Kirill and Vladimir Putin to
: re-awaken it in support of the ambition of the Russian
: Church to dominate world Orthodoxy, and of Vladimir Putin’s
: personal and geopolitical ambitions, especially the
: restoration of Russia’s territorial limits to those of the
: former Soviet Union. In practice in official state
: discourse, the religious component of Russky mir is
: decidedly secondary, far behind naked Russian nationalism
: and expansionism.
: In this final mutation of the Russian idea, its promoters have
: learned from the Bolshevik consolidation of power after the
: Revolution and from World War II that persuasion and
: propaganda are of little use in spreading their ideas and
: ideology, that the only truly effective way is the use of
: force, brute, unrestrained military force.
: Under the Russky mir banner, Putin and Kirill are instilling
: into the Russian soul anti-Christian values far more
: successfully than Lenin and Stalin ever did, the
: cultivation of profound hatred, aggressiveness and violence
: against all enemies — those who refuse to submit to the
: personal and geopolitical ambitions of the Russian State
: and Church. Whether Russia or Ukraine “wins” the war, one
: thing is certain: Putin and Kirill are fostering something
: very ugly in the Russian spirit, a spirit of
: ethno-nationalist hostility, aggressiveness, and violence,
: transparent under a thin veneer of Orthodoxy. Relaying
: aggressive state propaganda has replaced the Gospel as the
: prime message of the Russian Church. Even after Putin and
: Kirill are gone, Orthodoxy and the world will likely have
: to deal with this ugliness for long decades.
: The temptation to nationalism, especially ethno-nationalism,
: is a persisting canker in the Orthodox Church. The Orthodox
: Church has a long way to go to recognize and to eliminate
: the evil of ethno-nationalism in its midst.
: In the mid-19th century, popular imagination in the United
: States was captivated by the idea that it was American
: manifest destiny to expand westward across the Great Plains
: and the Rocky Mountains, to the Pacific. Russky mir is
: Russia’s manifest destiny with its call to Russian
: domination under president and patriarch in Orthodoxy,
: Europe and the world, the latest and least Christian
: iteration of the “Russian idea.” Ukraine is the first major
: victim of this manifest destiny.
: This article was originally published in Public Orthodoxy.
: The views expressed in opinion pieces do not necessarily
: reflect the position of The Moscow Times.
: Paul Ladouceur
: Paul Ladouceur is Adjunct Professor, Orthodox School of
: Theology at Trinity College (University of Toronto) and
: Professeur associé, Faculté de théologie et de sciences
: religieuses, Université Laval (Québec).

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