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Feb 8, 2009

You can’t fool all that many of the people all the time.

Down south as is normal at this time of the year there is a heat wave going on, with temperatures in the low to mid 40s. Recently in southern New South Wales (22 Nov the end of spring) it was snowing, weather is something that changes, sometimes dramatically so. During the 80s I worked inland from Karatha in NW Western Australia where for seven weeks leading up to Christmas the temperature was 52 in the shade (120F). Nobody thought that it was unusual.

This time however, the heat wave according to one of the news reports is the result of, you guessed it, (I hate you bastards who get ahead of the dialogue) none other than the dreaded global warming. Apparently heat waves down in that neck of the woods normally last only a day or so, according to this report. There was no explanation as to why the term ‘heat wave’ was used to describe them in the past, instead of “a hot day,” but hell, you can’t have everything explained slowly and in simple terms.

It’s funny though, to think back to when I was a kid and pretty solid heat waves were the norm for the south. For my northern hemisphere readers, down here the south equates to your north. We southern hemisphereites tend to be unapologicly different.

The ABC has an online poll at the moment on the matter, asking the question, “Is Global Warming to blame for the current heatwave in Australia?” The options on this occasion include, “Global Warming is a myth.” Seriously, PM Kevvie is really going to have to sort those right wing fascists at the bloody ABC out, I mean giving the plebs the opportunity to make trouble; (ignorant bastards,) is beyond the pail.

The result is that 91.1% voted for the troublemaker question. “Global Warming is a myth,” but worse than that, the no’s were ahead of the yeses at last count, 4.7% to 4.2%.

Kevvy is going to need a shitload of re-education camps if this country is ever going to be properly micro-managed to the point that he has a population created in his own image.


  1. Armageddon Thru To You

    If you've been wondering why it seems like the world around us is unraveling, it's because the last days as foretold in the bible are now upon us. Just as it was 2000 years ago, many were unable to discern the signs of Jesus Christ's first coming (Mat 16:3), as will many concerning his second coming, which will occur very soon. Yes many have proclaimed a similar sentiment many times in the past, but their errors have no bearing on today other than to lull you into spiritual apathy, and that too was prophesied to occur in the last days.

    If you're not a believer in Jesus Christ because you're an atheist, consider that the underlying impetus for your disbelief is most likely borne of pride and here's why:

    When we die, if you as an atheist were right, then there is no upside or downside for anyone regarding the afterlife. We will all simply cease to exist

    However if we Christians were right about our belief in the afterlife, then we will be given eternal life and you as an atheist will receive eternal damnation

    Given the choices, the position held by an atheist is a fools bet any way you look at it because the atheist has everything to lose and nothing to gain. It is tantamount to accepting a “heads I win, tails you lose” coin toss proposition from someone. And that someone by the way is Satan (see Ephesians 6:12).

    The only way to explain the attitude held by an atheist is pride, pure and simple. The intellectually dishonest and/or tortured reasoning used by atheists to try and disprove the existence of God is nothing more than attempts to posture themselves as superior (a symptom of pride). And as anyone who has read their bible knows, this is precisely the character flaw that befell Lucifer, God's formerly most high angel. (Isaiah 14:12-15). Is it any wonder then why the bible is so replete with references to pride as the cause of mankind's downfall?

    Pride permeates our lives and burdens us in ways that most of us seldom recognize. Ironically, pride is the one thing that can blind someone to things even the unsighted can see. And sadly pride will blind many with an otherwise good heart, to accepting the offer of eternal salvation that Christ bought and paid for with his life.

    In any event, if you're an atheist, I wish you only the best for every day of the rest of your life because for you, this life is as close to heaven as you'll ever get, but for believers in Christ, this life is as close to hell as we'll ever get.

    If you're not a believer and follower of Jesus Christ because you are of another faith, please take the time to very carefully compare your faith to Christianity and ask yourself, why is the bible the only religious book with both hundreds of proven prophecies already fulfilled as well as those being fulfilled today? No other religion can claim anything remotely close to this fact. Many Christians who are serious students of bible prophecy are already aware of the role and significance of bible prophecy in foretelling end time events. God gave us prophecy as evidence of his divine holiness to know the begining from the end (Isa 46:10). God also believed prophecy to be so important that to those willing to read the most prophetic book in the bible, the Book of Revelation, he promised a special blessing (see Rev 1:3), and this is the only book in the bible that God gives its reader a special blessing for reading. Something to think about.

    Don't risk losing Christ's offer of eternal life by not accepting him as your savior and by thinking that the bible is nothing more than a compilation of unrelated and scattered stories about people who lived 2,000 plus years ago. If you take the time to study (not just read) the bible, you will literally be shocked to learn things you would have never imagined would be revealed in it. Did you know that like parables, God also uses particular months and days in the Jewish calendar, Jewish Feasts and customs, solar and lunar phases, celestial alignments, gematria (Hebrew numerology) early bible events and more as patterns and models to foretell future events?

    Consider the following interesting facts about the bible that testify to its God-inspired authorship:

    Did you know that in Gen 12:2, God said he would bless Israel?. How else can you explain the grossly disproportionate level of success achieved by Jewish people as a tiny minority in the world, especially after all they have gone through? And how can you explain the success achieved by the tiny nation of Israel, surrounded by enemies outnumbering them 100 to 1 and yet still they remain victorious in all their wars?

    Did you know that as evidence to indicate that Israel is the epicenter of the world from God's point of view is the fact that languages to the west of Israel are written and read from left to right as if pointing to Israel, and languages from countries to the east of Israel are written and read from right to left, again as though pointing to Israel. Just a coincidence, you say? I think not.

    Did you know that the six days of creation and seventh day of rest in Genesis is a model for the six thousand years of this age (ending very soon), that is to be followed by a 1,000 year millennial reign by Christ (see 2 Peter 3:8)? Adam was born sometime prior to 4000 B.C., therefore our 6000 years are almost up.

    Did you kow that the Gospel of Jesus Christ is hidden in the meaning of the Hebrew names listed in the genealogy of the book of Genesis (Research it online)? To deny this was God-inspired, one has to instead believe that a group of Jewish rabbis conspired to hide the Christian Gospel right inside a genealogy of their venerated Torah, which is not a very plausible explanation.

    Did you know that solar eclipses, which the bible describes as the sun being black as sackcloth, and lunar eclipses, which the bible refers to as blood red moons, have prophetic meaning? Research it online. God showed Adam (and us) his plan for man's redemption through the use of celestial alignments. (research Mazzaroth online)

    Did you know that much of the symbolism in the book of revelation refers to planetary alignments that will occur when certain events occur as prophesied? These planetary alignments also explained the birth of Christ, just search out The Bethlehem Star movie on the Internet.

    Did you know that the references in Eze 39:4-17 and Rev 19:17-21 in the battle of Gog/Magog and Armageddon respectively, in which birds of prey will eat the flesh of the dead in battle from two enormous wars is based on fact? The largest bird migration in the world consisting of bilions of birds (34 species of raptors and various carrion birds) from several continents converge and fly over Israel every spring and fall. Coincidence? I think not.

    Did you know that Hebrew numerology, also known as Gematria, and the numbers with biblical and prophetic significance are hidden in the Star of David? Google the video called "Seal of Jesus Christ"

    Did you know that the seven Churches mentioned at the beginning of the Book of Revelation describe the seven stages the Church will go through?

    There are literally hundreds of hidden messages in the bible like these that testify to the fact that the bible was God inspired, and statistically speaking, are all exponentially beyond the likelihood of any coincidence. You can find them yourselves if you only take the time to look into it. Remember Proverbs 25:2 "It is the glory of God to conceal a matter; to search out a matter is the glory of kings".

    And finally, if you are Catholic, or one who subscribes to the emergent Church or seeker-friendly Church movement, please compare the doctrine taught, advocated or accepted by your Church, with the actual bible, notwithstanding some new-age version of the bible. And remember that although the bible is often referred to as the living bible, the word "living" was never intended to imply in any way that the bible "evolves" over time to meet, or be consistent with, the standards of man. It's just the opposite.

    Well, am I getting through to you? If not, the answer might be explained in the response given by Jesus Christ in his Olivet discourse when he was asked by his disciples why he spoke the way he did (in parables, etc.) in the book of Matthew 13:10-16. What Jesus said could have easily been paraphrased more clearly as "so that the damned won't get it". Why did Christ respond the way he did when asked why he spoke this way? Is there something about pride (the bible says there is) that closes one's heart to seeing or hearing the messages supernaturally hidden in bible parables, models, typologies, and similes, etc.? That should give you something to think about, but don't take too long. Time is now very short.

    If it sometimes seems like there are powers at work behind the powers we know, remember what it says in Ephesians 6:12 "For our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the powers of this dark world and against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realms." If you study the bible, it will become clearer.

    And by the way, if you are a scoffer, this too was prophesied to occur in the last days. See 2 Peter 3:3.

    Thank you and God Bless you! (at)

  2. Arma.; I am not sure why you perceive this post as religious, nor can I find any reason to consider your longwinded diatribe as welcome.

    I don’t actually consider the world to be unraveling, it is the same as it has always been, climate changing from age to age, and the state attempting to manipulate the population into thinking the sky is falling in order to increase their power – their own version of your end times argument.

    My perception of Christianity is that it is one of the few faiths that recognizes the fundamental nature of humanity, individual sentient beings capable of abstract thought with a perception of right and wrong and capable of judgment. It recognizes that the natural state of man is liberty, with social mores to help avoid conflict.

    “You shall have no king but God,” is a clear indication that we were not intended to be governed by men, but by the simple acceptance of a few guidelines to being decent people.

    Your concept of an all powerful entity demanding instant obedience is a pagan one. Doing wrong will bring down consequences, not because God is sitting up there watching, but because your actions will piss people off and they will react adversely or you cause damage to your environment. When collectivized to a state level the consequences can be disasterous.

    And how can you explain the success achieved by the tiny nation of Israel, surrounded by enemies outnumbering them 100 to 1 and yet still they remain victorious in all their wars?

    That is easy, the Israelis treat their religion as I regard it where their opponents regard theirs as demanding total obedience to a medieval mindset, which has basically preventing them from ever advancing as a society, or living in harmony with societies different to theirs.

    As I have pointed out, your type of comment is unwelcome, if I want spiritual advice I will check my Bible. If you wish to comment here limit yourself to the topic, and keep, it short or I will moderate you. If you have difficulty with this, go to sites more ameniable to your views.

    I try to avoid moderation of comments, but yours is way over the top.

  3. OMG!

    Jim, I read this post on Sunday afternoon but didn't look at the comments. As I said to you on my blog: "California has more than its fair share of Armageddonists and Nazi nuts like Michael Savage."

    California is a land of extremes. And this bible thumper takes the cake.

  4. I suppose it offers an alternative to 9/11 trutherism.