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August 27, 2016

(video) James Perloff: Who Fired the Shots Heard Round the World? – REVOLUTIONARY WAR a FREEMASONRY FALSE FLAG • There were NO ONEROUS TAXES laid on Americans, nor other legitimate reasons to revolt • The BREWERS of revolution: SAMUEL ADAMS was a Dick Cheny-like warmonger; Paul Revere’s role; HIDDEN GUNMEN fired the first shots; THOMAS *PAYNE* (an atheist) wrote the Declaration of Independence • The 50 year PLEDGE TO SECRECY

Filed under: Real History • ONE!,Reverse-Christianity Responsible — Jeff Fenske @ 1:33 am

I’ve long wondered about the legitimacy of the American Revolution. Now we know the Revolutionary War was reverse-Christian.

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“I hope that it might inspire people to start to look beyond some of the mythology we grew up in our mainstream history textbooks, much of which has been used to drive us to the current patriot fervor that still takes place, in driving us into wars that we find are so often unjustified in the middle east for an ultimate goal of a NWO. I think that the inception of America was very much a part of this NWO. …

I hope this might also serve as an affirmation that war is a dreadful thing, and that the reasons for war often turn out to be unjustified.”

“The more I study history the more I find that it does follow a definite pattern.”

– James Perloff

Transcribed by Jeff Fenske

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Who Fired the Shot(s) Heard Round the World?



Published on Apr 19, 2016


The Secrets Buried at Lexington Green

Peace Revolution episode 086: Common Sense for the 21st Century

On April 19, 1775 the shot(s) heard round the world began the War of Independence. But who fired the shot(s)? Today we talk to James Perloff of about the hidden history and context of the Battle of Lexington and Concord, the players who set up the plot, and the plan to engineer a “Lexington Massacre” that could sell war to the Continental Congress.




August 25, 2016

(video) KrisAnne Hall in Anchorage Alaska: Must a Christian Always Obey the Government? 8/21/16

Filed under: Doctrines Demystified,Escape Persecution? — Jeff Fenske @ 7:37 am

Constitution teacher KrisAnne Hall in Anchorage, Alaska 8/21/16 at Anchorage Baptist Temple

I was blessed to be there, and was able to discuss something I think she didn’t get quite right here.

Important topic. Many good points. Romans 13.

Being Holy Spirit led is key, and then: “We ought to obey God rather than men.”

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Special Guest KrisAnne Hall 8/21/16


August 22, 2016

The Words “Separation of Church and State” are NOT in the Constitution – Thomas Jefferson and the First Amendment

Filed under: Freedom • ONE! — Jeff Fenske @ 6:35 am


Separation of Church and State

Thomas Jefferson and the First Amendment

Today, many Americans think that the First Amendment says “Separation of Church and State.” The Courts and the media will often refer to a ruling as being in violation of the “Separation of Church and State.” A recent national poll showed that 69% of Americans believe that the First Amendment says “Separation of Church and State.” You may be surprised to learn that these words do not appear in the First Amendment or anywhere else in the Constitution!1  Here is what the First Amendment actually does say.

The First Amendment :

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

So where did the words “Separation of Church and State.” come from? They can be traced back to a letter that Thomas Jefferson wrote back in 1802. In October 1801, the Danbury Baptist Association of Connecticut wrote to President Jefferson, and in their letter they voiced some concerns about Religious Freedom. On January 1, 1802 Jefferson wrote a letter to them in which he added the phrase “Separation of Church and State.” When you read the full letter, you will understand that Jefferson was simply underscoring the First Amendment as a guardian of the peoples religious freedom from government interference. Here is an excerpt from Jefferson’s letter. . .

“I contemplate with sovereign reverence that act of the whole American people which declared that their legislature should ‘make no law respecting an establishment of religion, prohibiting the free exercise thereof,’ thus building a wall of separation between church and State.” Read the full text of Jefferson’s letter to the Danbury Baptist Association ..

Jefferson simply quotes the First Amendment then uses a metaphor, the “wall”, to separate the government from interfering with religious practiceNotice that the First Amendment puts Restrictions only on the Government, not the People! The Warren Court re-interpreted the First Amendment thus putting the restrictions on the People! Today the government can stop you from Praying in school, reading the Bible in school, showing the Ten Commandments in school, or have religious displays at Christmas. This is quite different from the wall Jefferson envisioned, protecting the people from government interference with Religious practice. …

“The metaphor of a wall of separation is bad history and worse law. It has made a positive chaos out of court rulings. It should be explicitly abandoned.”Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, William Rehnquist

Also notice that there are two parts to the First Amendment that refer to religion: the establishment clause2 and the free exercise clause3. Today much is said about the establishment clause but there is very little mention of the free exercise clause.

While the words “Separation of Church and State” do not appear in the U.S.A. Constitution, they do appear in the constitution of the former U.S.S.R. Communist State.

At the very heart of Jefferson’s idea “Wall of Separation”,  is the notion that the government will not interfere with people’s right to worship God.  The very fact that the government has ruled to regulate religious practices, indicates that the government has crossed that “Wall of Separation.”

Entire Article

August 20, 2016

(video) Megachurch Pastor Likes Trump More Than Jesus! — Jeffress warns of letting Jesus Christ — or anyone like him — anywhere near the halls of power in his “Christian” nation

Jeffress recently taught an entire series on forgiving. War is supposed to be the last resort, but for these “Christian” Zionists it’s the first. Very sad to see. No wonder why Fox News, the war channel has him on.

I wonder if he or some of his sheeple were at this debate booing Ron Paul for FOLLOWING CHRIST!  

(‘America is done’ video) Ron Paul was just BOOED FOR TALKING ABOUT THE GOLDEN RULE, “Do unto others as we would have them do unto us.” — South Carolina Fox News Republican debate 

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Megachurch Pastor Likes Trump More Than Jesus!

Holding Each Other Accountable – Jason Taylor

Filed under: Getting Right with Each Other — Jeff Fenske @ 10:36 pm

Very good!

Jason’s Facebook page

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Holding Each Other Accountable

August 19, 2016

(cartoon) SAFE in Jesus’ Pouch

Filed under: Images — Jeff Fenske @ 1:55 pm


My “Life in the Son” Photos on Facebook

Filed under: Images — Jeff Fenske @ 1:44 pm


August 16, 2016

(video) America is Corrupting the Entire World!

Filed under: Reverse-Christianity Responsible — Jeff Fenske @ 9:39 pm

And one of the major ways we’re deceiving the world is by sending missionaries teaching the once-saved-always-saved deception. “All you have to do is say this little prayer. You don’t then have to abide in Christ, bearing fruit, so we’re not cut off, thrown into the fire and burned. Did Jesus really say that in John 15?”

Steven Anderson strongly teaches the false doctrine of once-saved-always-saved, by the way. But this short clip is good.

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America is Corrupting the Entire World!

“We either overcome sin or sin overcomes us”

Filed under: FreedomQuotes,Lust Freedom!,Prophecies & Visions,Who Goes to Heaven — Jeff Fenske @ 8:50 pm

Yesterday, I clearly heard:

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“We either overcome sin or sin overcomes us.”

Corrie Ten Boom: Beware of False Teaching of Pre-Tribulation Rapture

Filed under: Doctrines Demystified,Doctrines of Demons?,Escape Persecution? — Jeff Fenske @ 8:33 pm


Corrie Ten Boom: Beware of False Teaching of Pre-Tribulation Rapture

In 1974 Corrie Ten Boom wrote the letter shown below to warn Christians about the false teaching of the pre-tribulation rapture. This teaching is very popular in America, even though there is no scriptural basis for it. Many believers have bought into it because they have heard it taught by their pastor or by other Christian leaders, but we must study the scriptures for ourselves.

God has promised to deliver His people from the wrath of God, which will be poured out near the end of the seven-year tribulation period. However, there is a big difference between the persecution of Christians and the wrath of God. God never promised us that we would be protected from persecution. In fact, He promised us we would be persecuted just as Jesus was also persecuted.

The pre-tribulation rapture is a dangerous teaching because it will cause believers to be confused and even abandon their faith when they see tremendous persecution coming upon them during the tribulation. Many will fall away at that time, which is also foretold in the Bible. It is called the apostasy. I am posting Corrie Ten Boom’s letter to help warn people while there is still time.

Entire Article Here


CORRIE TEN BOOM: PREPARED For The COMING TRIBULATION — “Daddy, I am afraid that I will never be STRONG ENOUGH TO BE A MARTYR for Jesus Christ.” My father said, “OUR FATHER IN HEAVEN KNOWS when you will need the strength…. HE WILL SUPPLY ALL YOU NEED – JUST IN TIME.“

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