Thursday, June 30, 2011


Sexism abounds in western society! Day by day we find that one sex (sorry, we have to call it 'gender' today) can push the other around in an unfair manner and then complain that life is in fact unfair to them. Such a nonsensical attitude prevails everywhere. Let's consider the questions such abuse creates.

Why do women tennis players earn the same as men? The men, who are the ones people actually come to watch, play three sets, often leading to five set matches. The girls play two, then, occasionally a third. People only watch them if they are tabloid pressmen or lesbians, no-on actually cares which of the handful of 'top stars' actually wins. Women's tennis is as important as women's football, that is, it not important at all. In spite of this difference in class and importance, in spite of the lack of drawing power the women get paid the same as the men. How is such discrimination acceptable?

This runs through every part of life. In a more serious vein, if a woman chooses, often under pressure from those who claim to help her (and get paid for it) if a woman chooses to kill her child in a legal abortion the father has no say in this whatsoever! The lie that this is the woman's body deliberately ignores the fact that the child is in the woman's body, not part of it! However without a father it would not be there at all. Why has he no say here? This ignores the God given creation of a child.  A father and mother are both required to raise the child.  On occasion this cannot happen, however that is the norm and the best way, in spite of the difficulties created.

Divorce courts routinely take the women's side, even when it is clear the father is being badly treated. The female of the species benefits in spite of all evidence against her. PC judges or those just fed up with quarrelling spouses may take the easy way out. In the world o0f commerce many females claim sex discrimination, and win, just because they do not get promotion. No man can hide behind his sex (sorry 'gender') and win this way. 'Positive discrimination' leads to female only candidates in political parties in a vain effort to get more women into parliament, even though the men applying might make better politicians!  There are far too few examples of successful women in politics today even though many shout loud. Clinton has succeeded to some extent, Golda Maier reached the top in Israel, Mrs Gandhi kept tight control over India, and Bhutto of course was killed, although in Pakistan that goes with the job!  Harriet Harman, who reached her position by being female insisted on women only short-lists for candidates, then pushed four women on a shortlist aside to force her husband into a 'safe seat!' How typically feminine of her!

The equality legislation of the last few years has proved to be a joke. The demand for equality was of course ignoring human nature and what people really either need or want. We bowed to a Satanic feminist agenda and the west is suffering because of this. We have all come across pushy women hiding behind legal niceties to get their own way, even if the men are roughly pushed aside. Men after all in western society don't count any more. Women, often failed middle class types who have never had a real job, kept a husband or have a lifestyle worth copying, dominate the media and thousands follow their every word. A proper understanding of life, a desire to get the best for everyone has been lost.

Poor women, how they suffer, although none of the feminist writers will ever work on supermarket checkouts or deliver post, physical jobs are for men or 'common women.' They are happy for men to dig up the roads, dig graves, connect telephone lines and work on railways but complain that a 'glass ceiling' stops them lining their pockets, climbing the hierarchy or sitting behind a desk telling other women what to do. I feel sad about that.

It is time for justice as well as equality. It is time we ignored the selfish rantings of those who live their lives out in their writings and treated people as people. Human rights have indeed a point, but not when only one sided. Women who wish to do any job, and there is few jobs they should not do,  must accept the men as equal, not as enemies. The law is an ass that allows one to treat another badly. Christians must stand up and be counted here, instead of hiding away because they are afraid they will lose out. Instead of 'self' as taught by feminism and all other thought regimes today let's try being a servant and counting the other worthy of respect.

I bet the women will bitch about that.


Wednesday, June 29, 2011

ABC's Beyond Belief

In the first episode, which will be airing tonight, the producers of [Beyond Belief] will be examining the unique connection often shared between twins.  Yes, their website says that this episode aired last week, but unless I missed it, the Nightline in Primetime mini-series will actually be starting tonight.

Anyway, at the risk of sounding absolutely ridiculous, could it be that “twin-tuition” is really another clear indication of our Heavenly Father being actively involved in our daily lives in this world that has been hidden just enough to allow those who do not want to see to remain unapologetically blind?  After all, my wife and I often have exactly the same thought about something, and we are about as naturally different as two people can be.

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Thursday, June 23, 2011

Not In Business For Our Health

Be assured that this is a hard subject for me.  For I was raised as an unapologetic capitalist, and what fuels capitalism is profits.

On the other hand, can good healthcare be really run as a business?  For it is a standard business practice to abandon the things that are no longer profitable in favor of what is.

Alas, I have heard Rush Limbaugh say on many an occasion about business in general when I was a devoted follower, “They’re not in business for their health.  They’re in business to make money!”  Is this the kind of doctor and/or hospital you want to go to when it is matter of life or death, and aren’t the pharmaceutical companies in the same boat?

No, I am not saying that the people who work in those fields should not be allowed to make a good (even great!) living.  For I recognize all of the effort involved, but they really should be in business for our health, along with their own, of course.

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Saturday, June 18, 2011

The Islamic Antichrist

One of my habits since getting my Kindle is to peruse the website in search of books that I might be interested in reading. One of the reasons that I do this is that there have been a lot of books that I have found that were free or very low priced. I have found a couple of books that I have enjoyed that were free when I "purchased" them that later were on the site for a price.

One of the features of the Amazon website that I like is the recommendations that it makes for you based on your past purchases. Another feature that I like is that when you are looking at a particular page, it also shows other books that people ended up buying that looked at that page.

It is through those recommendations that I discovered the book "The Islamist Antichrist" by Joel Richardson. I have to confess that I first saw the title on Amazon that I misread the author's name. For some reason, I read the name as Joel Rosenberg.

I had seen some of Rosenberg's works such as Epicenter, Inside the Revolution, and The Last Jihad. I had not read any of Rosenberg's previous efforts, but thought that The Islamist Antichrist was an update on his works. Since I have an interest in biblical prophecy, I downloaded the book.

It was not until I had read the forward of the book that I discovered my error in misreading the last name of the author. Still, it was a subject that I had a great deal of interest, so I proceeded to go ahead and read the book. I am glad that I did.

Thursday, June 16, 2011

Let's Clear The Air

Initiative Petition Relating
To Tobacco Taxes
Approved for Circulation for 2012 Ballot

Jefferson City, MO – Secretary of State Robin Carnahan today announced that an initiative petition relating to tobacco taxes has met state standards for circulation.

The ballot title for the petition reads:
Shall Missouri law be amended to require an additional tax of $1.00 on each package of twenty cigarettes produced by certain tobacco product manufacturers, which tax shall be paid by wholesalers and used solely for tobacco education and cessation programs and for enforcement and administration of the Master Settlement Agreement by the Missouri Attorney General?

Saturday, June 11, 2011

Jisr al-Shughour


Human beings have always treated one another badly. It is in our nature to bully, harass and hurt. There comes a time when others are required to step in and do something about the maltreatment one person gives another. This must also be the same for governments. The grab for oil that led to a needless invasion of Iraq cost hundreds of thousands of lives, partly through a ham fisted operation, mostly through an even bigger ham fisted aftermath! Once again we find oil causing the UK to join with France and invade Libya, on the pretext of 'preventing harm to civilians.' Now however, while the Syrians shoot down their own with tank fire we mutter apologetic words and stay at a distance. There are many more dead in Syria than in Libya however there is oil in Libya and none in Syria. Thousands are made homeless, thousands are injured and killed, and the west stands at a distance doing nothing? Have we sold all our aircraft like Prime Minister Cameron has? Have we insufficient funds, much wasted in the Iraq debacle? Or are we afraid Syria is too big to chew?  

I suppose few will care. No oil there, we are not troubled. So let them get on with it, that's what Arabs do to one another after all, isn't it?

Friday, June 10, 2011

Christian Universalism

If you have not heard of it before, [Christian Universalism] is basically a belief in the reconciliation of all with our Heavenly Father through the sacrifice that His only begotten Son, who truly is the Lord Jesus Christ, made to pay the price in full that is required to cleanse us of our sins.  The part that distinguishes this from the rest is the definition of all.  For Christian Universalism teaches that all means all of mankind, including even those who are defiantly atheists.

Christian Universalism also teaches that there is no such thing as Hell, and it is gaining more and more converts with each passing day.  Has this not been greatly encouraged by the rest of the Christian community?

Thursday, June 2, 2011

Wonders of our chosen paths on our life journeys.

Our life journeys bring us on various paths. Some of these paths have twists and turns, some have summits, peaks and valleys, and others bring us on the straight and narrow. Now all of these paths help shape us into the people we are today. The good experiences bring about feelings of joy, happiness and abundance in the aspects of our views on life. The bad experiences can bring about self-doubt, uncertainty and some fears to which all have experienced at some point in our lives.