Andrew gives his take on the news of the week that the church should be taking note of, including the Labour anti-Semitism row, the Tommy Robinson case and proof the reporting restrictions verdict is bogus, Trump scrapped Iran deal ‘to spite Obama… or did he? ‘Am I too gay for God – Asks a vicar on the BBC, London ‘to be as hot as Barcelona by 2050, and Facebook Puts a Fatwa On Dangerous people
This week I was rather rudely attacked as a Trump supporter and told…
“you supported Trump who said he’d grab a woman if he wanted”
So am I a Trump supporter?
I have…. well no standing in this matter really, I can not vote for Trump or for anyone else who may be standing for the presidency of the USA. However, if I had a vote in the 2016 presidential election, I would have voted for Trump.
So doesn’t that make me a Trump supporter?
No, it just makes me more against Hillary Clinton that Donald Trump.
The fact that I would have voted for Trump does not in any way suggest that I believe him to be a; great guy or a good man or even a good chose for the presidency. But if you are given the chose of a bad man for the presidency or a, (in my opinion), really wicked woman… Trump it is.
And as for his mistreatment of women. As Trump might say, “not good.” But the women that I have heard about Trump mistreating, were to one extent to the other also playing the sexually liberated game form the flirty to the porn start. I believe if the could have found more innocent women that he mistreated they would have had them all over the Main Stream Media.
Hillary, (in my opinion), is married to a serial woman abuser and is according to information that I have heard also a serial sexual abuser of women.
She is given to violent temper tantrums, and while Bill was in the white house would often through objects about the place, even at security staff. There are many who also believe that she is a practising witch.
She has a considerable history of lying about her time in office and with Obama would make light of the deaths that they had been responsible for.
“We came, we saw, he died”
Hillary Clinton on Gaddafi
She calmed that she landed under sniper fire in Bosnia to big herself up, but in fact, it was a peaceful landing.
She sold uraniums to the Russians.
On top of this, I believe that she is a warmonger. and more not to mention all the Arkancideds that happen when the Clintons area around, (Arkancide is the unfortunate habit of potential witnesses to the Clintons’ dirty dealings in Arkansas suddenly deciding to shoot themselves twice in the back of the head).
There is much more that could be said, but given the choice of Trump or Clinton, Trump was not the best choice but was at least the least worse.
I have included some videos you might like to see below.
Would I vote for him in 2020?
Almost for certain not.
In 2016, Trump was the least worst out of himself and Hillary. He appeared, and I believe was on the whole, independent of the establishment, (the deep state), he was full of good intentions to stop uncontrolled immigration, and to protect the freedom, in fact to return some of the stolen freedom of the church to speak out on matter of morality and politics.
Today, Trump appears to have been turned by the powers of the deep state. He is now moving towards the promotion of LGBT rights to the point where even the church will be forced to marry people of the same sex. And he appears to have sold out to the very strong Zionist powers that hold so much power in the corridors of government in the USA.
Now it is still possible that Trump may be the least worse choice in the 2020 elections… but he now appears to be too dangerous to vote for even if that means that you just can not vote.
I am not a Trump supporter, I never have been. My allegiance is the God, his revealed word the Bible and to living to the best of my ability to please HIm. Trump has often been right and often been the right choice, but is it not Trump right or wrong.
In some cases he still is the right choice, but the bad is now beginning to outweigh the good.
As you know I felt led to organise a Day of Prayer for January 5th. However, circumstances are changing so fast, even this may be too late. Some are saying that if the EU this weekend, November 25th, signs Theresa May’s agreement, or whenever they sign it, it could become a binding law that no vote in Parliament can change.
The situation is so critical that both Remainers and Brexiteers are uniting in opposition. Prayer groups are springing up all over the nation and we need to postpone the united day on January 5th and call upon groups everywhere to pray now, like lights springing up all over the nation. I would even suggest that this Sunday (25th), should be a Day of Prayer for the deliverance of this nation – it would be wonderful if instead of the usual sermon/message, the time could be spent in earnest prayer to stop the EU signing this document.
We are on the brink of a disaster greater than since the last war. It could result in the collapse of government, the removal of our Prime Minister, an election… God only knows. But because He does, we must approach Him now with a sense not only of urgency, but destiny….
Bank of England report. The anti-brexit Nobel prize-winning US economist, Paul Krugman, has tweeted that he does not find the Bank of England report credible. He says it is “a black-box story” and “they have gone out on a limb here”. He worries about “motivated reasoning by people who oppose Brexit”.