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Your Kingdom Come


We pray the same prayer to different gods while Big Pharma shakes hands with the schools and doctors vaccinating our children. They wink at each other while filling out your Cylert, Ritalin, and Lithium prescriptions while we piss cocaine, estrogen, and pharmaceuticals into our taps as our cities ice the cake with chlorine and fluoride while we wonder why we're depressed. HIV victims line up for bread while our banks close and we stand, desperate and needy, asking for a handout from the visible government run by the invisible government that has engineered our collapse, whose personnel run Big Pharma. They sell ammo to our enemies while washing their hands of blood and directing our attention to fake realities. I quietly hum 40 Day Death-Fast by Yell Low, and we pray the same prayer to different gods.

Read The Quran


In a food shortage crisis, keep in mind.... Yeshua HaMashiach is tasty food. The bread that comes down from above. On an unrelated topic, I'm reading the Quran for the second time around. I'm at Surah 23 "Al Muminoon", translated "the believers". I'm not going to lie, it's not the easiest read ever, nor was it the first time around back in 2001, but it's one I wish everyone would do, seeing as how there are so many muslims around us and it is beneficial to understanding their way of life and beliefs, etcetera, etcetera. I'm not going to get into great detail about all things Islam, but I would like to point out that as a people group, the Western world is greatly mis-informed, in general, but also specifically in regards to Islam. You can read the Quran online nowadays or here, with the tafsir (explanatory contextual info.) Even if you aren't all that into religion or politics, it should at least be understood that everyone in power ... is.

Similarities Between Demons & Christians



I read a lot. I told her I was the messiah. She does't read a thing, she believed me.

"Are you really the messiah?"

"Yes, yes I am."

- Gord Downie

People say, “ You’re an extremist, you're just breeding fear, you're a conspiracy nut”. But we say, “ Woe to those who say,” Peace and safety.” When there is no peace or safety!”

Similarities between demons and Christians:

  • They believe in God

2:19 You believe that God is one. You do well. The demons also believe, and shudder

- The book of James

  • They go to “places of worship” and proclaim the Son of God

1:23 Immediately there was in their synagogue a man with an unclean spirit, and he cried out, 1:24 saying, “Ha! What do we have to do with you, Yeshua, you Nazarene? Have you come to destroy us? I know you who you are: the Holy One of God!”

- The book of Mark

When he came to the other side, into the country of the Gergesenes, two people possessed by demons met him there, coming out of the tombs, exceedingly fierce, so that nobody could pass that way. 8:29 Behold, they cried out, saying, “What do we have to do with you, Yeshua, Son of God?

- The book of Matthew


Addressing the religious leaders, Yeshua said,

8:44 You are of your father, the devil, and you want to do the desires of your father. He was a murderer from the beginning, and doesn’t stand in the truth, because there is no truth in him. When he speaks a lie, he speaks on his own; for he is a liar, and its father

– The book of John

Back to James:

2:19 You believe that God is one. You do well. The demons also believe, and shudder. 2:20 But do you want to know, vain man, that faith apart from works is dead?

I guess my point is, that we live in a time where most of the religious community is deceived into believing in we are living in a peaceful time, and that everything is okay, and that their belief alone is enough to "save" them. These people seem to forget, or not want to believe that they are not greater than their master, and if he was treated the way he was, then they can’t be expected to be treated any better by the world. We aren’t “denying ourselves”, they aren’t being hated by all for their faith. What I see is a mal-nutritioned body of believers whose similarities to demons are greater than their differences. Instead of feeding the congregation, the pastors give you a pinky-finger sized piece of bread and a shot of grape-juice and tell you this is the emblems of their faith. Well, if that’s the case… the last supper must have really sucked.

If your faith has more similarities with demons than with your “Lord”, now is good a time as any to stop what you are doing and re-assess the foundation you stand on, and the way you act towards others. Wake up to the times that you are living in. Do some research. The sin of our time here in this nation is the pride of life and careless ease, and just like in the days of Noah, the flood is coming to take you while you remain unaware.

"Many will tell me in that day, ‘Lord, Lord, didn’t we prophesy in your name, in your name cast out demons, and in your name do many mighty works?’ 7:23 Then I will tell them, ‘I never knew you. Depart from me, you who work iniquity." - The book of Matthew

Shock & Awe Vs. Expectation


My dad always says that he doesn't read the paper or watch the news, because he doesn't want to be depressed. I suppose that's the choice, isn't it? We can close our eyes and cover our ears, or face life with eyes wide open and ears attentive. To me, it's hard to find things like pop-stars lives, gossip shows, toothpaste commercials, car commercials, and even my work interesting, when what's happening in the world right now is happening. We are living in a time now where information about conflicts and deaths from the other side of the world can reach us in real-time, and usually with video.

How are we as a people supposed to react to problems overseas? Imagine, if you can, you are ruler on an island. You have developed this islands infastructure to your tastes, you have allowed immigrants of your choosing, and you enforce laws that you passed by whatever means you decided. Imagine now that a neighbouring island is at war. What do you do? You have a vast list of problems of your own, but still, on this other island people are dying. What do you do? Send money? Who will that feed? Send food? Does that stop bullets? Sell bullets to them? Send an army? Does that stop fighting? Do nothing? Can you hold your head high if you do nothing? Now imagine how small our galaxy looks from a million light years away in space. Imagine the other galaxies with their planets and suns and moons.

Now come on back here to earth. This is where we all live, and being that this is where we all live, these problems are our problems. Some people, most people I know in fact, can shrug off overseas conflicts as "over there" type problems. Is that the answer, to focus more on my own life and problems and ignore others? To me it seems that this would be exactly what the money-machine we serve would like. Keep buying, keep consuming. Business as usual. Personally I am trying to figure out the balance between my concern and interest for other people vs. my interest in my own life.

On one hand, you'd think people who express concern with what is currently happening in the world would try and move the earth to stop what they are concerned over. I'm thinking about some wealthy people I know who have expressed concern in the rising death toll in Gaza, doesn't their inaction say more than their words? Doesn't the fact that they are continuing life as they know it show that they really don't care at all? Or is our collective expectation of global unrest outweighing our shock and awe? Get a different viewpoint than the one being fed to you. I suggest : Typing these things doesn't fix the immediate problem.

The Biggest Problem


If I really wanted to. If I really wanted to I could live in a vacuum. If I really wanted to, I could stop fixating on the troubles around me and isolate myself from them but, when all is said and done, it's not so much as where I am as the skin I'm in. People run here and there, "the west is better", "the east is better", for some it will always be better wherever they aren't. I could move to an island and live out my days, not worrying about what troubles the world has, not thinking " I wonder what's going on in politics", or " I wonder how so and so is doing". I could, and so could you. Would it be escape? Would it be retirement? Would completely getting off "the grid" be accepting defeat? Some people, in their later years long for peace and quiet, and move out to the boonies and live out the rest of their days. Is doing that at an age that isn't socially acceptable as retirement age okay? Whose to say. Right? If I long to be able to live in peace, and to enjoy life, I may very well have to remove myself from this planet. And even if I could do that, it doesn't get rid of my biggest problem - me.