Daily Archives: October 29, 2015

Testimony of a former demonic priest

If Jesus can free him, He can free anybody!

Unmasking Satan | John Ramirez

I have a lot of up close, in person experience with demonic warfare. Based on my experience, I want to offer a couple of caveats to Ramirez’ message. One, the Word is truly powerful, but the Eucharist is even more so. Two, praying in tongues is not necessary. I was active in the Charismatic Catholic movement and I used to pray in tongues. However, when demonic warfare became a big issue in my life, I realized that I needed to know what I was saying. As Ramirez himself notes, demons can mimic the gifts of the Spirit; I just didn’t trust that my “tongues” were really from the Holy Spirit. I’ve been successfully fighting demons for two decades now without praying in tongues. Apart from these two points, I agree with what Ramirez said on the video. I haven’t heard the messages in the stuff they’re selling, so I can’t comment on those. I can say that it’s safe to order from the site. I ordered a set of Jonathan Cahn messages and they came very quickly. – CtH

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Russia Rising: Has the Newly Confident Culture of Putin’s Russia Captured the Magic that America Has Lost?

Masha4There is no longer any doubt that Russian energy production will eventually crush OPEC and the once mighty Saudi oil empire. Even now in the Middle East and broader Asia, Russia has happily replaced the weakened American military influence, especially in Syria. Russian Television has increasingly replaced western media as a source of unbiased, hard news. But in addition to all this flexing of Russian muscle, Moscow has found an unexpected way to capture the heart and soul of the world in the cultural arena. That’s very bad news for Americans who have dominated the world culture wars for a century and seem now to be abandoning that prize.
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One striking example of this strategic shift is the rise of an extraordinary animated media company that has been called “the new Pixar.” This company is not located in the United States or in the West at all. The company is Animaccord Animation Studio, and it operates in Moscow, but it’s reach is becoming long. Since 2008, it has produced over 50 popular episodes of a children’s cartoon called “Masha and the Bear,” and it’s recently released many of these in English and secured contracts with Netflix and other western distributors.
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By itself, that accomplishment doesn’t sound like much of a threat. But aside from achieving Pixar-like quality in just a few years, their creative talent – notably that of creator Oleg Kuzovkov – has struck a chord all over the world by capturing the fresh charm of old American Warner Brothers cartoons or the original Little Rascals. At a time when most children’s media is creatively paralyzed by political correctness and multiculturalism, Masha is free of all those things. Its stories are full of charming drama that can no longer show up in western cartoons. For example: a hyperactive little girl with zero parental supervision who’s a colossal pain in the ass and an actual existential threat to her woodland neighbors. Ethnic costumes and characters with no apologies or multi-culty stupidity. Christmas episodes that are not paganized or winter-solsticized. And, thank GOD, very little compulsive preaching about social issues! And it’s all hilarious. We should learn from this. But we probably won’t.
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Cross-Posted at Blog of Monte Cristo.

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PLUMBING THE JOURNALISTIC SEWER

You’ve probably heard about it by now. You may have even seen parts of it. Last night’s debate was as pathetic a display of moderator arrogance and outright venality as has ever been my fortune to witness. I don’t even think they had everything planned, it’s just when they started they couldn’t help themselves. I may do a separate post with the entire debacle broken down into pieces. For now I’ll just post short bites, some of which you have no doubt already heard.

TED CRUZ GOT THINGS STARTED. IT WAS ALSO THE HIGHEST RESPONSE FRANK DUNTZ HAS EVER GOTTEN FROM ONE OF HIS INFAMOUS FOCUS GROUPS.

Ted Cruz Slams the Media During GOP Debate
“The questions that have been asked so far in this debate illustrate why the American people don’t trust the media,” said the U.S. senator from Texas.

WATCH: GOP Debate Highlights from Round Three

Rubio: Democrats Have Ultimate Super PAC,
The Mainstream Media

Candidates Take Aim At Obama | CNBC

CARLY FIORINA

Trump: Super PACs Are a Disaster | GOP Debate | CNBC

Christie: We Have $19 Trillion In Debt | GOP Debate | CNBC

THE JEBSTER GOES AFTER RUBIO…GETS HIS ASS KICKED

LISTEN TO THIS ARROGANT SLUT TRY TO DEBATE DR. CARSON

Chris Christie: Democrats Are Running A Socialist, An Isolationist, And A Pessimist

Huckabee: I Fought the Clintons, Won, and “Lived to Tell About It”

Kasich: We Are On The Verge Of Picking Someone That Can’t Do This Job

Audience Boos CNBC Debate Host’s Awful Attack on Dr. Ben Carson

CNBC’s John Harwood to Trump: Are You Proposing A ‘Comic Book Version of a Presidency’?
IMAGINE HIM ASKING KING BARACK THIS QUESTION

YOU’LL LOVE THIS…TRUMP BITCH SLAPS THE HELL OUT OF KASICH

RNC Chairman slams CNBC after GOP Debate
TEENTSY WEENTSY PREENTSY GOT HIS PINK FRILLY PANTIES IN A WAD

Hannity on CNBC Debate: “This Is Going to Go Down in History as REALLY BAD NIGHT for the Media” (Video)

CHECK OUT RUBIO ON BEING ABSENT FOR SENATE VOTES

SHOCKER: CNBC Moderator John Harwood Proven To Be A Liar…

Shameful. CNBC Cranks Didn’t Ask One Question on Persecuted Middle Class and Failed Record of Obamanomics

CRITICIZE BARRY? YOU’RE JOKING, RIGHT?

Under Barack Obama the Middle Class in America has been under constant assault.

The Obama record– More pain, More poverty, More suffering.
** More Children Live in Poverty Today Than During 2008 Recession
** Obamanomics in Action: Worst Labor Force Participation Rate Since 1977
** Obamanomics in Action… More Young Adults Live at Home Than in 2009
** Obamanomics in Action… More Young Adults Live at Home Than in 2009
** Obamanomics in Action: One in Five US Families Not Working
** Obamanomics in Action: Real Hourly Income Down 10% Under Obama
** Obamanomics in Action: 11.4 Million Americans Have Left Workforce Since Obama Took Office
** OBAMANOMICS IN ACTION: Typical US Household Worth One-Third Less Than Under Bush
** Obamanomics in Action… One-Fifth of Middle Class Falls into Poverty
** 1 in 2 working Americans make less than $30,000 a year.

HOPEFULLY YOU HAD MISSED A FEW OF THESE. ENJOY

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Their top 2 candidates are wrinkly career politicians

So, of course, what America totally needs THIS TIME AROUND is a president who is an OLD WASHINGTON HACK!

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Democrats are also saying Rubio should resign from the Senate because he has missed a lot of votes while campaigning. Check out his response during the debate @ http://newsbusters.org/blogs/nb/curtis-houck/2015/10/28/rubio-lambasts-fl-newspaper-debate-moderators-evidence-bias-exists

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Democrats are idiots and their stooges in the media prove it.

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GOP Debate: Tilt and Tone

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Vanity Fair said, “Americans and pundits will spend the next few days weighing who won Wednesday night’s Republican debate on CNBC. But the night’s loser was clear even before it started: the network itself, which started the main event late and asked questions that left even the candidates scratching their heads.”

Ted Cruz said, “The questions that have been asked so far in the debate illustrate why the American people don’t trust the media. … You look at the questions: ‘Donald Trump, are you a comic book villain?’ ‘Ben Carson, can you do math?’ ‘John Kasich, will you insult two people over here?’ ‘Marco Rubio, why don’t you resign?’ ‘Jeb Bush, why have your numbers fallen?’ How about talking about the substantive issues people care about?”

Piers Morgan, who hates all things Republican, tweeted, “Come on CNBC moderators, get your damn facts right. This is embarrassing.”

It makes me glad I didn’t watch.

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