Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Policeman Prays with Flood Victims - Red Cross tells Him to Stop

by:Onan Coca 
Apparently, that whole First Amendment, Freedom of Religion thing is kind of passé for some people at the Red Cross down in Lafayette, Louisiana. I mean, how else could you explain their decision to condemn a police officer for having the audacity to pray with flood victims in need of help?
This past week police officer Clay Higginsstopped by the local Red Cross shelter after work to see how he could be of service to the hurting people of his community. Higgins was still in uniform and carrying a Bible as he spoke and prayed with local residents. After a few minutes on scene he was approached by a Red Cross volunteer who told him that the Red Cross had taken issue with what he was doing and wanted him to leave.

“He said the Red Cross had an issue with me being there. So I asked him what the problem was. He looked down at my Bible and he gestured and said, ‘They have a problem with that.’”
Higgins then asked to see a supervisor, and that supervisor told him that he needed to leave their facility. “I was told that the Red Cross does not allow spiritual counseling in their shelters. The supervisor told me the Red Cross is not a religious-based organization and they don’t allow religious interaction with the residents.”
While Officer Higgins was being chastised by the Red Cross supervisor someone approached and asked him to pray with them. Mr. Higgins was happy to oblige but was forced to do so outside. 
“I was not proselytizing. I was just there to thank volunteers and offer prayers and encouragement… Christian compassion was not welcomed there in the manner I had provided,” Higgins told Fox News’ Todd Starnes.

The Red Cross tried to diffuse the controversy by telling the Baton Rouge Advocate that the policy is simply meant to respect people of all faiths and that Officer Higgins would have been allowed to continue doing what he was doing had he simply asked to do so. However, that has not been the experience of other Christians dealing with the Red Cross in Louisiana.

In his report on this story, Starnes also relates what a local Pastor told him about how the Red Cross deals with Christians:
A pastor in the town of Albany told me that four families left a Red Cross shelter after they were told they could not pray or read their Bibles at their cots. 

“They got upset and literally packed up their stuff and came right here,” said the pastor, who asked not to be identified. “A Red Cross worker told them they could not pray or read their Bible in public.”
The pastor said he drove to the shelter in question and he was immediately met with individuals who related similar stories. 

“I hadn’t even made it in the door,” the pastor said. “They said the Red Cross workers told them they could not pray or read Bibles. I told them to go to their cot and pray and read. I told them they’re on church property and they could read a Bible on church property.”
For their part, the Red Cross denies the Pastor’s story, going so far as to say that it “is simply not true.” The Red Cross says that anyone staying in one of their shelters is free to pray and gather among themselves as they see fit… but then they add this very big caveat,“However, we recognize and are sensitive to the fact that hundreds of people from different backgrounds are often sharing a large space with limited privacy.” 

The Red Cross also says that they provide “spiritual care” through their Spiritual Care program, where trained Red Cross workers can provide comfort to people across many differing faiths. I’m not sure how Red Cross thinks that a person of the Christian faith will feel being comforted (in their own religion) by someone who may not actually believe the method of comfort being used. It’s downright condescending to think that the faith-based comfort is only about the words being said and not about the connection that might be made through belief.
Anyway, when Starnes asked if non-Red Cross trained outsiders could provide spiritual care, the Red Cross refrained from responding. However, Officer Higgins was happy to answer…
“If I wanted to pray with the folks in the shelter, the Red Cross told me I would have to be approved in advance, I would have to fill out the documents and they would set me up at a table. I would not be allowed to leave the table. If people wanted to come to me, they could. But I could not go to them.”
We should be (and are) thankful for the good work that the Red Cross does helping people when things are at their worst. They should be praised for reaching out to the poor, the hurting, and those who have lost everything. However, I’d be remiss not to encourage them to shift their policies and allow people of faith to practice as they see fit in their facilities – so long as they aren’t encumbering or endangering those around them. These are the hardest times that many of these people will face and their need for spiritual comfort may never be greater… it’s a bad time for the people who are supposed to be helping them to have a fit of politically correct fascism.
Article posted with permission from


Monday, August 29, 2016

Shock Interview: New Black Panther Leader DESTROYS Democrat Politicians: “We’re Being Pimped Like Prostitutes And They’re The Big Pimps Pimping Us Politically”
oped: I see BLM read the info I tweeted them... became educated:

by: Mac Slavo

It seems that Donald Trump’s recent speech urging black Americans to vote for him because of failing Clinton and Obama policies has not fallen on deaf ears.
African Americans, who have for decades voted en masse for democrat party candidates to the tune of 90% support or more, have finally realized that just because a politician says he or she is going to do something doesn’t mean it will actually happen.
We’re sure you remember Obama’s promises of free health care, free education, more jobs and better communities. That not even the first black American President was able to improve the lives of minorities may have finally woken some people up.
The following interview with New Black Panther Quanell X requires no further commentary – he breaks it down quite succinctly:

Let me say this to the brothers and sisters who listened and watched that speech… We may not like the vessel [Donald Trump] that said what he said, but I ask us to truly examine what he said.
Because it is a fact that for 54 years we have been voting for the Democratic Party like no other race in America. And they have not given us the same loyalty and love that we have given them. We, as black people, have to reexamine the relationship.We’re being pimped like prostitutes and they’re the big pimps pimping us politically… promising us everything and we get nothing in return. We gotta step back now as black people and we gotta look at all the parties and vote our best interests.

I want to say and encourage the brothers and sisters… Barack Obama, our president, served two terms… the first black president ever… but did our condition get better?  Did financially, politically, academically with education in our community… did things get better? Are our young people working more?
The condition got worse. 

Watch the full interview:

Article reposted with permission from SHTF Plan

Read the Now-Deleted Article That Got This Huff Post Writer BANNED for Life…Hint: It Has to do With Hillary’s Health

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by Philip Hodges 
In addition to this contributor’s articles on Hillary’s health being deleted from the website, he has also been barred from ever posting anything to the Huffington Post ever again.
David Seaman is a political commentator and pundit, having contributed to publications such as Business Insider and more recently Huffington Post. According to his bio, he’s been a guest on a litany of news programs including “CNN Headline News, BBC World Service, FOX News, ABC News Digital, Coast to Coast, RT America, Young Turks, and elsewhere.”

Over the weekend, Seaman posted a couple articles relating to Hillary’s health. One was entitled, “Donald Trump Challenges Hillary Clinton to Health Records Duel.” The other: “Hillary Clinton’s Health is Superb (Aside From Seizures, Lesions, Adrenaline Pens).”
In the latter article (which can be viewed and read here, even though it’s been deleted from the site), Seaman linked to a viral video on the health – or lack thereof – of the Democratic nominee. The video was a compilation of images and observations that made the case that Hillary Clinton not only has very serious health problems which render her unfit to be president, but also that there is an attempted cover-up by the media at large.
Within hours of Seaman’s posting, Huff Po editors deleted the offensive articles and revoked his publishing rights, despite the article trending at number three on the site.

I can confirm my @HuffingtonPost account is done. IS THIS CHINA? DO PEOPLE NOT HAVE FIRST AMENDMENT PROTECTIONS?

In his video about the ban, he notifies readers – just in case – that he is not depressed nor suicidal. “So, if I am to ‘slip in the shower’ over the next couple of days – or something silly like that – we have to really employ probability and statistics here, because I’m not a clumsy person, and I’m also not a depressed person,” he said, not ruling out the possibility of being attacked for exposing the Huff Po. “I am a person who’s spooked out though.”
Warning: Language :

The issue of Hillary’s health has been designated by her loyal supporters as a “conspiracy theory.” Recently, just days after analyzing Hillary’s positive doctor’s note, Dr. Drew got his HLN show canceled. In spite of the suspicious circumstances surrounding the show’s cancellation, an insider claims that the decision had nothing to do with the doctor’s comments on Hillary’s health. The decision had been made several weeks prior to his controversial remarks.
Perhaps the Huff Po will say the same thing about David Seaman.
Here’s the video that Seaman linked to in his article that probably got him banned for life: