Video by Jerry Day
Posted in Bankers, conspiracy, humor, NWO, Posts, tagged corruption, deception, fascism, fraud, government corruption, humor, Jerry Day, private corporations, satire, Wade Venden on February 17, 2015| Leave a Comment »
Posted in Christ, Inspirational Testimonies, Posts, Spirituality, tagged altruism, helping the homeless, homeless, inspiration, inspirational story, Jesus, Jesus Christ, Jorge Munoz, kindness, man of God, Mathew 25:31-46, Wade Venden on February 17, 2015| Leave a Comment »
Jorge Munoz – a small man with a big heart – is a living example of what it means to live as a true Christian, and also embodies exactly what Christ was saying when he spoke the words below:
31 When the Son of man shall come in his glory, and all the holy angels with him, then shall he sit upon the throne of his glory:
32 And before him shall be gathered all nations: and he shall separate them one from another, as a shepherd divideth his sheep from the goats:
33 And he shall set the sheep on his right hand, but the goats on the left.
34 Then shall the King say unto them on his right hand, Come, ye blessed of my Father, inherit the kingdom prepared for you from the foundation of the world:
35 For I was an hungred, and ye gave me meat: I was thirsty, and ye gave me drink: I was a stranger, and ye took me in:
36 Naked, and ye clothed me: I was sick, and ye visited me: I was in prison, and ye came unto me.
37 Then shall the righteous answer him, saying, Lord, when saw we thee an hungred, and fed thee? or thirsty, and gave thee drink?
38 When saw we thee a stranger, and took thee in? or naked, and clothed thee?
39 Or when saw we thee sick, or in prison, and came unto thee?
40 And the King shall answer and say unto them, Verily I say unto you, Inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of the least of these my brethren, ye have done it unto me.
41 Then shall he say also unto them on the left hand, Depart from me, ye cursed, into everlasting fire, prepared for the devil and his angels:
42 For I was an hungred, and ye gave me no meat: I was thirsty, and ye gave me no drink:
43 I was a stranger, and ye took me not in: naked, and ye clothed me not: sick, and in prison, and ye visited me not.
44 Then shall they also answer him, saying, Lord, when saw we thee an hungred, or athirst, or a stranger, or naked, or sick, or in prison, and did not minister unto thee?
45 Then shall he answer them, saying, Verily I say unto you, Inasmuch as ye did it not to one of the least of these, ye did it not to me.
46 And these shall go away into everlasting punishment: but the righteous into life eternal.
Posted in economic collapse, Posts, tagged austerity measures, BRICs, China, economic aid, economic collapse, EU, European Union, Greece, Li Keqiang, non-negotiable, Putin, renegotiation, Russia, terms & conditions, treachery, Tsipras, Wade Venden on February 16, 2015| 2 Comments »
Sometimes it’s easy to overlook the sheer gravity of events as they are unfolding, only to look back later and realize that those events were history in the making.
Such is the situation right now with Greece and it’s negotiations with the EU.
Immense pressure is being put onto Tsipras as he tries re-negotiating the onerous austerity measures placed upon his country, measures that are “non-negotiable” according to Wolfgang Schäuble, the German finance minister.
Most economists are in agreement that were Greece to default and/or exit the EU, that union would fall like a house of cards.
Adding fuel to the fire is the offer extended by Russia to give much needed aid to economically faltering Greece, an offer that may extend even to admission to the BRICS union. Even China has invited Tsipras to visit for talks with their Premier, Li Keqiang. This would be a brilliant tactical move on two fronts for Russia and China – putting immense economic pressure onto the EU while also gaining an ally on European soil.
The European Central Bank has done to Greece what the IMF and World Bank has done to countless developing countries before them – offered loans promising to bring prosperity and economic development, but which only end up impoverishing that country and its people as they struggle to service an oppressive debt that will never be fully repaid, thanks to their draconian “terms & conditions.” Hence the institution of “austerity measures.” Their treachery would make the Devil himself proud – not surprising, considering they follow his playbook.
Posted in Bankers, conspiracy, Posts, Sovereignty/Redemption, tagged chattel, contracts, freedom, freeman, liberty, signature, signed contracts, slavery, sovereign, sovereign movement, terms and conditions, tyranny, Wade Venden on February 13, 2015| Leave a Comment »
This post could just as easily been titled “The Power of the Signature.”
Have you noticed how you can barely go a day anymore without being asked (told) to sign your name to something. Maybe its a notice of new “terms & conditions”, or maybe it’s “consent” to be treated by a clinic or hospital. What it really signifies is a reduction or dissolution of your later rights to take issue against anything it was that you put your John Henry to. Your signature has power, and that’s why they are constantly demanding it.
As it’s stated in the video below, “As odd as it seems, it’s probably not a good idea to ever sign anything that you did not write yourself. If you write it, it benefits you. If they write it, it benefits them and it probably costs you in a big way.”
Think about that for a minute. How many agreements that you’ve signed in the past year did you write yourself? If you’re anything like me, then probably none of them.
In our society, people are not conditioned to think this way. Certainly they are not conditioned to think this way by the public schools that form the concepts we use for life, nor are they instructed of their full rights as sovereign human beings. Why?
Well, probably because that would be very inconvenient for the overclass that rules us through the “power of paper.” This is the same overclass that controls the curriculum in those same schools. It is very expedient for them if we stay in ignorance of such things.
Posted in economic collapse, Posts, tagged Baltic Dry, BDI, BRICs, debt bubble, economic collapse, economic crash, Elite NWO Agenda, EU, Greece, Index, Russia, Wade Venden on February 9, 2015| Leave a Comment »
The BDI doesn’t lie, but your politicians certainly will. They will tell you there is a recovery, when there is none.
The BDI is the fundamental indicator economists look at to determine the currrent health of the economy, and where it’s headed. That’s because it is a measure of what is probably the most tangible thing economists ever look at – “the price of moving the major raw materials by sea.” – Wikipedia
Real materials being transported in order to make real goods. That indicator is at almost the lowest point ever recorded, which means there is no recovery to speak of, regardless what the talking heads are saying.
Add to that the ‘history in the making’ movements taking place right now between Greece, the EU, and Russia, not to mention the cause of it – the biggest debt bubble in human history – and you have the ingredients for interesting times.
And don’t forget, when the Chinese coined the phrase “May you live in interesting times,” it was meant as a curse, not a blessing.
The video below is by Elite NWO Agenda.
Posted in affliction, Christ, gratitude, Posts, Spirituality, tagged accuser, affliction, book of Job, chaff, compassion, damnation, empathy, feet to the fire, God, humility, Jesus, Job, righteounsess, salvation, Satan, suffering, Wade Venden, wheat on February 1, 2015| Leave a Comment »
Now, when someone says that God is working on them in their life, I always cringe, because what that means for me in my experience is that a whole lotta old fashioned, Old Testament pain and suffering are coming along for the ride.
If God is going to deal with you, chances are, he is going to humble you in the process. Nothing is more humbling than being shown how little control we have over what happens to us in life, and how little value we have if that value is self-created, not creator-given. In the modern vernacular, “You may think you’re ‘The Shit’, but you ain’t shit!” You’re nothing without God, and he will make this clear to you before he will lift you up – at least in my experience.
Scripture backs this up in many places:
“Whoever exalts himself shall be humbled; and whoever humbles himself shall be exalted.” – Matthew 23:12
“Pride brings a person low, but the lowly in spirit gain honor.” Proverbs 29:23
“The LORD sustains the humble but casts the wicked to the ground.” Proverbs 147:6
In other words, God will have nothing to do with the lofty in spirit – they are not his people. As he is humble, so will his people be.
This is an important distinction to make before one decides to become a Christian, because once you apply your Free Will and say “Take my life, Lord”, being humbled is one of the main works God will embark upon in your life. You will be humbled in so many ways.
Why is that so important?
First, because God is himself humble, as stated above. Second, because humility is required for compassion. If one is haughty and puffed up with pride, it’s next to impossible for compassion and empathy to gain a foothold in their life. They are untouched by suffering because they have little to none, and don’t much care about the suffering they see others experiencing, if they see it at all – which they probably don’t.
These are not things which need psychological studies to bear out – this is just plain common sense, something that is unfortunately becoming extinct these days. One simply needs a bit of life experience to appreciate how this Biblical wisdom rings true.
One needs to be humbled, sometimes repeatedly, before they understand the truth of the scriptures quoted above, for it is the arrogant that are blind to this truth, not the humbled. Most are born with a tendency towards pride, so that is a given in life. Humility is not. That is only earned through suffering and the patient hand of God.
When going through this humbling process, it can feel like God is just beating the crap out of us for no reason. And I’m sure we feel like that because we’re all innocent, right?
Wrong! Take Job. He thought he was an innocent victim in his sufferings, and that was the cause of his complaints. But he was shown by God that he had no right to complain – inferring that he was not above humility and the suffering that created it. Job was correct to not curse God, but where he erred was in his feelings of victimhood.
His real problems started when his own body was struck with sores, when he was ‘cut to the quick’ so to say. His response was to curse the day he was born. I don’t know about you, but I’ve been brought to that point more than once in my life. Oh Job, you are a brother to me!
“Let the day perish on which I was born, and the night that said, ‘A man is conceived.’ ” Let that day be darkness! May God above not seek it, nor light shine upon it. – Job 3, 3:4
Because of God, Job has become afflicted, and he doesn’t understand why.
Sometimes I wonder if God just picks someone out of the blue down here on planet Earth, and just starts to slap them around for no reason that is readily apparent (which is NOT to say there is no reason at all). Some poor soul like Job gets occasionally tapped to be made an example of, and everyone that knows them gets to be a witness. I believe it’s for the benefit or detriment of those witnesses that this happens.
Maybe God is simply fishing for his children – testing the waters for any flicker of compassion that may be there. As he is mopping the floor with this poor soul he has selected for abuse, he is looking around saying “Does anyone see this? Does anyone care?” If compassion exists, it will reveal itself, and those will be known as children of God. And where compassion doesn’t exist, it cannot be revealed because it doesn’t exist, and those will be known as the children of perdition.
Isn’t this exactly what God did to his own son?
Christ, entirely innocent of all accusations against him, was destroyed upon the cross, and God allowed it. Was part of the reason why the same as for Job – was he allowing his son to suffer and die a horrible death in total innocence so he could gauge in that moment the true quality of those alive at that time, and thereafter? When people would hear about the story of his son at later times, was part of what he was looking for simply a compassionate response?
Because, for me, I cannot understand the person who can hear that story and respond mockingly, or not at all. I just can’t – I think that person is not entirely human. I think they are a child of perdition.
And God will then, in that moment of testing, say to this person, ‘to my right – you are saved’, and to another, ‘to my left – you are accursed.’ They will have been sifted as wheat by this test of compassion, and the wheat will be saved, and the chaff cast off into the wind. And the chaff will probably have no idea they’ve been tested at all. Not until it is too late to be corrected. Not until their souls are being destroyed with extreme prejudice.
And what is to happen to all the Jobs of life? What is their fate? I’d like to think that special rewards are reserved for these pitiful ones, the ones chosen to serve an unfortunate but required task mostly for the benefit of the ones that would witness their cruel treatment by life. If God is fair – and I truly believe he is – then this will certainly be the case.