The Radical Leaders of the 2nd Women’s March

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If the January 21st women’s march on Capitol Hill wasn’t enough to utterly disgust you with the vulgar language and displays, get ready for the bar to be lowered even more. You saw the “lady part hats” and heard the comments of Madonna saying she wanted to blow up the White House and the rest of the disgusting language, but I believe it will pale in comparison to this next march.

The organizers behind the first march in opposition to the President and his party are scheduled a new march yesterday on March 8th. Instead of a vulgar approach alone, they will be mixing in some disturbing radical elements to motivate everyone. The organizers decided to let a terrorist and a couple of communists run the show. That’s what it really is: a ridiculous show.

NY Post reports that Rasmea Yousef Odeh, a convicted terrorist. Odeh, a Palestinian, was convicted in Israel in 1970 for her part in two terrorist bombings, one of which killed two students while they were shopping for groceries. She spent 10 years in prison for her crimes. She then managed to become a US citizen in 2004 by lying about her past (great detective work, INS: Next time, use Google) but was subsequently convicted, in 2014, of immigration fraud for the falsehoods. However, she won the right to a new trial (set for this spring) by claiming she had been suffering from PTSD at the time she lied on her application. Oh, and in her time as a citizen, she worked for a while as an ObamaCare navigator.

Angela Davis, is a Stalinist professor and longtime supporter of the Black Panthers. Davis is best known for being acquitted in a 1972 trial after three guns she bought were used in a courtroom shootout that resulted in the death of a judge. She celebrated by going to Cuba.

Tithi Bhattacharya, praised Maoism in an essay for the International Socialist Review, noting that Maoists are “on the terrorist list of the US State Department, Canada, and the European Union,” which she called an indication that “Maoists are back in the news and by all accounts they are fighting against all the right people.” You know you’re dealing with extremism when someone admits to hating Canada.

A separate woman was arrested for terrorist ties AT THE MARCH. These three women co-authored a manifesto that promotes a militant feminist struggle, not peaceful protesting. You can be sure that whatever they say is going to be anti-Trump and anti-American. It’s sad to see this resistance but honestly it really sheds light on who people align themselves with. The people aligned with Trump are your average everyday middle class and working class Americans. The people you see going bat-excrement crazy in the streets are aligned with these terrorists and communists. I don’t think your everyday Americans truly want to associate with such radicals but the emotional appeal of the Left draws them in daily. The core Trump agenda of tax reform, healthcare reform, and border security must be implemented ASAP so that America can see good results in this country and thereby making it easier to resist listening to these fools.

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  1. Thank you for this post. Another event coming up soon is a Wiccan march in Asheville North Carolina on March 22. Would appreciate you joining us in prayer.

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    1. lptrey says:

      I shall madam. That’s sad to hear!

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    2. Arkenaten says:

      What is the problem you have with Wiccans?

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      1. As a born again Christian I believe that what they believe is the exact opposite of what I believe

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      2. Arkenaten says:

        So? Why is this a problem for you?

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      3. I believe you are either for God or against God. And it is my heartfelt desire for all to know and love God. Therefore if they are not for God, I do not agree with their philosophy/religion/worldview. And therefore, I will lift them up in prayer

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      4. Arkenaten says:

        So therefore. you would also regard Jews as against your god, yes?

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      5. lptrey says:

        Those who are not Messianic, yes. The Old Covenant will not save them. We still love them though because they are God’s people.

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      6. Arkenaten says:

        How d you know the Old Covenant will not save them?
        And save them from what exactly?

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      7. lptrey says:

        The Bible clearly states it. Continuing to follow the Old Covenant is to reject Jesus as the way the truth and the life. Romans 4:9-15

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      8. Arkenaten says:

        And how can you vouch for the veracity of the text? Based upon what?

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      9. lptrey says:

        I base the veracity of it on how the moral values within it are inerrant. If you follow everything in the Bible, you will prosper. At the end of your life, you will be guaranteed to say that it was blessed abundantly. Blessings chase after the righteous. You can also base the veracity on how it changes peoples’ lives in a dramatic positive way.

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      10. Arkenaten says:

        One could say a similar thing about many books.
        And the morality contained within the bible is questionable at best, and vile and utterly immoral in many cases.

        So your response in no way establishes any sort of veracity at all.

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      11. lptrey says:

        Yes it could be said that other books have impact, but the level of impact of the Bible specifically is on an order of magnitudes significantly greater. Consider the fact that it is the most widely published book ever by far. The second doesn’t even come close.

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      12. Arkenaten says:

        So the measure of its veracity is the number of copies published/in circulation?
        If one considers how long it has been in publication then by extrapolation Harry Potter should come close at some point.

        Neither stat is justification to claim veracity and we KNOW that the bible is literally riddled with inaccuracies: scientific, geographic, archaeological, historical to name a few.

        In fact , the more one investigates the text with an open and most importantly honest frame of mind one can quire easily deduce the bible is little more than unpleasant Historical Fiction.

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      13. No. Not in the least. They are God’s chosen people. Jesus was a Jew. We’re on the same path to glorify the same God.

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      14. Arkenaten says:

        But the Jews do not regard Jesus as a messiah and certainly not divine.
        How do you reconcile this ?

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      15. That is a good question. And I am no theologian. The best answer I can give you is that I believe in the Old and New Testaments not just the new.

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      16. lptrey says:

        Madam, they are cohesive in that Paul speaks about how the Old Covenant will not save Jews that reject Jesus. He is the only way. It’s not unbiblical to say that mainstream Jews will not enter the kingdom if they reject Jesus. It’s sad, but a reality.

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      17. You are absolutely correct. I may have misunderstood the question.

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      18. lptrey says:

        All good dear!

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      19. Arkenaten says:

        You are aware, I hope, that the Pentateuch is regarded by all genuine bible scholars, and those involved in other relevant fields as simply historical fiction?
        Stories like Adam and Eve have been dispelled as nothing but fiction by the Human Genome Project – ironically once headed by Francis Collins, a Christian.
        The settlement pattern as outlined by archaeologists such as Israel Finkelstein have shown that the Exodus and conquest never happened as described and Kenyon’s dating of Jericho is still recognized as the benchmark showing that the city, what there was of it, was destroyed long before any ”invasion” by Israelites ( who never arrived in any case).
        And of course Noah’s Flood is simply a tale adapted from the Epic of Gilgamesh.
        If you are not aware of any of this it is well worth an hour or two researching. Fascinating stuff.

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      20. lptrey says:

        Continue to place your faith in carnal man and it will betray you. My faith is in the Almighty.

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      21. Arkenaten says:

        And exactly what has this got to do with science , history and archaeology?
        Please explain how the top scientist in the world got the Human Genome wrong?

        You place your trust in ”Carnal Man”
        (what a decidedly odd turn of phrase) when you typed your comment on your Laptop/ Tablet, did you not?

        It is the same science …

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      22. lptrey says:

        Scientists get it wrong all the time lol. Sure I have faith that my phone works, but I’m talking about faith in man when it comes to answering life’s many serious questions.

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      23. Arkenaten says:

        True. They do indeed. This is one of the great things about the scientific method.
        But we can agree that much of the bible is more analogous than fact,especially the Old Testament: Adam and Eve being one such story and Noah’s Ark being another.
        You don’t actually believe in a global flood of course, surely?

        Can you give examples of a few of life’s ”serious questions”?

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      24. lptrey says:

        There is serious evidence of a global Flood. Consider that nearly all civilizations record it to some degree. It explains the fossil record. It also explains why there are fossils of fish and other marine life on the caps of mountain ranges. As for questions, I would say things like “What is the meaning of life?” “How do you explain the existence of the immaterial world such as morality” It doesn’t seem to me that morality is the product of time/chance/matter. Hence why there is a moral argument for God.

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      25. Arkenaten says:

        You do not sound as if you have much background in evolution, especially pertaining to your statement regarding fossils on mountains?
        The answer is quite straightforward in actual fact: Here’s an excerpt from an article in the NY Times.

        The rare assemblage of fossils, recovered on an expedition by the American Museum of Natural History to a remote plateau in southern Chile, is expected not only to illuminate an obscure epoch of animal evolution but also to document the rise of the Andes mountains in the past 15 million years.

        Among the fossils the scientists reported bringing back were the bones of whales and other marine animals found at altitudes of more than 5,000 feet. When these animals died from 15 million to 20 million years ago, their carcasses settled to the ocean floor and were embedded in submarine sediments. But since then, the violent upthrusting of the Andean chain has carried the sediments to the tops of mountains. In geological terms, the time the fossils took to rise from ocean floor to mountain top was relatively brief.

        Nothing seriously complicated.

        I can provide further scientific explanations backed with evidence if you are interested, but to provide links uninvited might be presumptuous.

        How exactly does Christianity explain the meaning of life?
        I would appreciate examples and evidence to back any such assertion, thanks.

        Morality is simply a by-product of evolution based on reciprocity and can be witnessed in action among primates and other several other species.

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      26. lptrey says:

        I find your dismissal of the complexity of the immaterial world to be unsettling. You cannot honestly believe that everything is a product of time+matter+chance. You realize the chances of the Big Bang are equivalent to winning the lottery consecutively for a year. Morality is not something that just evolves from nothing. Other animals have instincts and nothing else. Our knowledge of right and wrong is on a completely different level compared to instincts.

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      27. Arkenaten says:

        That we have no method of accessing the immaterial, if indeed it is there at all, is no reason to insert the term ”God” and even less reason for inserting the Christian god, which is riddled with hubris, and especially with all the baggage this entails – sin , sinners, hell the bible etc etc.

        And I find your lack of response regarding scientific explanation about fossils on mountains quite bad mannered to be honest.

        The statement ”evolves from nothing”at is axiomatically nonsensical.
        I explain that morality is a product of evolution, ergo it evolves, is not absolute and is based on reciprocity, and it has been observed in other animals besides humans.

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      28. I think we will have to agree to disagree.

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      29. Arkenaten says:

        Sure. NO problem.
        But science is science and evidence is evidence.
        It isn’t me that says this of course, but all those hundreds and hundreds of experts who have hundreds of thousands if not millions of collective hours of study and field work behind them.
        And of course there are the Jews to consider as well, and only the Ultra Orthodox state there is anything literal about the Pentateuch, the rest realise it is simply historical fiction/analogous.

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  2. Reblogged this on Fearless and commented:
    I know that all of you will not agree with this post. However, for those of you who are on the right politically, it’s good information to have. If you are not a conservative voter, I hope this will be thought provoking. Please just remember that disagreement does not mean hate.

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  3. Read my article on it posted on exposingmodernmugwumps as well as Newswithviews last week. Very ugly…this woman is a terrorist who was convicted for killing two students in a grocery store that she bombed in Israel. 10 years in prison and then exchanged with Palestinians…ugly

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    1. lptrey says:

      Despicable unapologetic people! I’ve been keeping up with Newswithviews on facebook at Lawrence Pierce III! Will look into this again my friend.

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