what do we stand for as a nation? well, we stand for a lot! this guy should be boycotted. another brit trying to tell us what we're all about & what we should do. i thought we decided what we thought of that in the Revolutionary War! oh well, same old garbage. queen-loving, boy buggering Elite still telling us how to live. catch the alternative to this trash past the 1:30 minute mark with the Byrd's Sweetheart of the Rodeo, 50 year anniversary.
i had a lot of opposition to my comments on this "In The Now" video promoting the climate change hoax. of course, the climate is always changing. we have four seasons. it changes all the time. there are weather patterns. the sun goes through cycles & has low activity & solar flares, etc. BUT the notion of global warming has been proven to be a hoax & the efforts of people like Al Gore to cash in on it, are beyond dispute. the UN is using this excuse for carbon tax & taking over countries & interfering in our personal choices. i only have 5 minutes to spend on this, so my film is jumbled & too crowded as usual. happy trails. don't surrender to tyranny & fake mercenary State "science".
this should be my last for a while. we're having a week holiday with national day in china. you know the State is god here, so it's quite the holiday. chinese work hard & play hard too.
affinity as in affinity for light, truth, righteousness. the movie is a celebration of death & genocide. "reality' comic book style. & lots of anti-Christ, anti-God, anti-Bible propaganda. PC blasphemy. & this is the kind of nihilism they teach in schools.
it's the opposite of God's idea to "be fruitful and multiply & fill the Earth". overpopulation is not the problem, inept, dysfunctional, interfering, opportunistic govt. is!
october 4th, i made a mistake in the video using september 4th, instead. i plead guilty to being human & screwing up. i didn't want to go to all the trouble to correct. i had already deleted the torrent from my desktop.
anyway, movie review going thru' Mission Improbable & the State propaganda they are pushing off. i still enjoyed the action in the movie tho'. you've got a chase seen on foot, by car, by sky diving, by helicopter, on snow, on a mountain... ha.
a lot of us grew up with daniel elsberg, watergate, the pentagon papers. it was the year i entered NTSU & started my art studies with a minor in history. today, they try to vilify whistleblowers with the same hype & hysteria about state secrets & endangering our soldiers & covert ops. according to the nuremberg code, this is more important to a civilized society than these empires like the third riech which come & go.
classic spielberg, the master of playing the heart strings. dramatic, emotional, not necessarily truthful in all points. the history of the pentagon papers & how nixon tried to squash their publication. daniel elsberg was the original whistleblower. they side step the controversy on how this lady "inherited" the washington post. her husband had to die in a questionable suicide. i'd appreciate anyone who could explain that to me.
the only difference between the Democrat and Republican leadership is...
here's some clips from a classic documentary by ken burns. take it with a grain of salt. best propaganda money can buy, brought to you by the Rockefellers. despite his corruption, he was fighting the swamp back in the first half of the 20th century. the problems remain the same.
i appeal to those who can to help my work. by a book: http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/j_beverly_greene
this is just a little of my personal commentary. i don't claim to be always right, but i have strong feelings about all the war crimes that continue and how we keep spending trillions to kill people to take over their countries for the rich. if you want to call this MAGA, then that's your problem. i don't think it's making anyone better.
the book was written i think more by Peter McLoughlin than Tommy. it's a 400 page book that reprints the Quran (Koran) from an old English translation done by a Muslim, but it puts the Koran in chronological order from "his" last writings first. He reverses himself in the end after he had made war and perpetrated massacres on "unbelievers". he incriminates himself with his own mouth & shows what he really was, a warlord and a greedy, slaveholder & abuser of women... a plagiarist of the Bible & his retelling of Bible stories differ from the original many times. it's a redundant, evil, carnal, narcissistic view of life. i don't recommend it for reading, but i do recommend Tommy's book. help him is you can. #TommyRobinson if the video is too fast paced for you, pause it, watch it again or never mind, don't! ha. i don't get paid for this.
this is the end of the devotional. there's seven days with a set of Praise verses to be read daily each week. i don't always get to it. i have other devotional material, usually more like an hour to 90 minutes each morning to read with my cup of coffee. that's my habit & a journal where i keep track of things i'm asking the Lord about. hope this is a help to those of you who are serious about your walk with Him.
i'm taking the advice of Elle & opting instrumental to the lyrics that conflict with the narration in this day five..
also, she tried to post a like & comment, but she didn't care (& i don't blame her) to jump through all the hoops just to press like effectively. ha.
...email address,, date of birth, mother's maiden name, location, SS#, telephone no... i'm joking of course, BUT seriously, why the 3rd degree? a bot will come up with some info, people don't have the time & they have a certain thing called PRIVACY concerns!
i have no control over that. i apologize. you can also catch my stuff at real.video, but i would venture a guess, they're the same.
this is part 3 of 7, i'm still trying to knock these out in my spare time. hope you find them helpful in staying positive & thankful in this world of woe. mostly King David's Psalms. he had more than his share of problems, son die as an infant as judgment for his murder of Uriah to get Bathsheba; his own son betrayed him to try to be king... & through it all he kept his eyes on the Lord & came through repentant.
i found a daily devotional at portal.tfionline.com
it has a 3 minute reading for 7 days. this is day one. i want to lay it out in KJV, but for now this is the version they use. good stuff! keeps my heart clean or at least CLEANER.
peter amsterdam, director of TFI complied the verses.
footage is from my recent trip to Dali, Yunnan.
you can download the PDF for free or the print copy for $3.99 at: https://www.lulu.com/shop/j-beverly-greene/praise/paperback/product-23760473.html
i filled three 16GB memory cards with videos mostly from my summer holiday to kunming & dali. beautiful country & a lot of beautiful, laid-back people there. interesting history of the muslim influence here too. the qing leaders in the 1800's came in & almost wiped them out. you can see the muslim influence in a lot of the faces here. they have arabic features like pakistan people.
the illustration is from my 2016 book, Heroes of Faith, part of the Illustrated Guide For the Politically Incorrect series. there are 12 books in that series. currently i'm unable to upload another book, so maybe that's the end of the series? in this age of censorship. i had a good run. check 'em out if they're still available: https://www.lulu.com/shop/j-beverly-greene/illustrated-guide-for-the-politically-incorrect-heroes-of-faith/ebook/product-23120044.html
available in full color PDF file Ebook, $4.99 or hardcopy paperback, $24.99
there's some interesting quotes from Ray Kurzweil, looney tune par excellence.
don't waste your time on Zoe, but Google & the World Brain has a lot in it. i didn't know how entrenched Google is in running the Ministry of Truth.
we are watching the high tech giants take over the internet & the death of free speech.
better get your house in order. back up your books before they're burned.
this is the 2nd video and the last of my footage to the zoo this summer in southern China.
it was a hot summer this 2018, very crazy weather & different from other summers. may & june were super hot & dry.
this august was the last week of my english classes. the boss took us to the zoo & we braved the heat & a little rain to see half the zoo. ha. the kids pooped-out & wanted to go home after that. too much sugar & junk food in their bloodstream. it was fine with this tired old man. zoos are always sad to me. i don't like to see the animals caged like that.
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mostly original political art & commentary from a texan living & working--teaching english in china since '98.