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Trudeau’s Anti-Semetic Liberals Challenges the Book of the Law of Moses with Jewish History, breaking Canadian Charter Rights?

April 6th, 2018 | by Richard Paul
Trudeau’s Anti-Semetic Liberals Challenges the Book of the Law of Moses with Jewish History, breaking Canadian Charter Rights?

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“Anyone who has set aside the Law of Moses dies without mercy on the testimony of two or three witnesses.” Hebrews 10:28

Justin Trudeau and his Liberal party like to paint themselves as the party which is liberal, but then again , they now have painted themselves into a downward spiral abyss, when there comes a time, one has to consider what being a Liberal is, after all, does it have it’s limits, or does it not? The other Ontario Liberal party with Premier Kathleen Wynne, who according to Wikipedia:

“Prior to her coming out as a lesbian at age 37[14] she was married to Phil Cowperthwaite,[15] with whom she had three children. She now lives with her second spouse, Jane Rounthwaite, whom Wynne has stated is to be referred to as her “partner” (rather than “wife”).[5] They were married in July 2005 at Fairlawn Avenue United Church in Toronto.[14] Wynne is a member of the United Church of Canada.[16]” But the National Post reports

“Wynne’s approval ratings have slid steadily since she won a majority government in 2014; according to an Angus Reid Institute survey last monththat compared all the premiers, they stood at just 19 per cent. She placed last among the ten provincial first ministers, lagged behind her own party in support and was more unpopular even than Richard Nixon, who had a 24-per-cent approval rating when he resigned as U.S. president in 1974.

The government has weathered a string of controversies since Wynne took over in 2012, from rising electricity costs to a ballooning debt and allegations the Liberals implemented politically motivated policies that needlessly cost Ontarians billions of dollars.”

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Ontario goes full retard with Kathleen Wynne in the lead.

In case you’re wondering what’s going on with your children while most of us are at work. Well, wonder no more Buzz Light years is back in full gear taking charge of day care centers and primary schools.

In today’s curriculums children are kinda imprisoned in day cares out of fear some terrorist sleeper cell is going to come kidnap our children; freedom of speech is utterly censored during cross overs between classes in primary school.

Take for example Jacob, a love-able 6 year old in first grade who comes home telling his parents he can’t talk during the 15 minute recess between two grueling 60 minute classes. Sitting there painstakingly trying to understand why the teacher makes him take his jacket on and off for the entire recess because he dared speak during recess. Chastised and humiliated in front of his classmates. He comes home horrified that a teacher has actually become a prison guard restricting his freedom of speech for the sake of order.

Then take Angelica who at 3 years of age starts to cry when she approaches the day care center. Where all the doors are locked like any entrances into a penitentiary. Made to endure head counts during the day at different intervals.

So wonder no more what’s going on with your children. The state is taking good care of them. Too bad so sad.

Look at Ontario kids who are becoming the world stupidest kids while parents are busy paying down debt. It’s called a head fake. And it’s the government that is leading the charge. With a proven leader like Kathleen Wynne, not only has she sold her soul to the devil. She’s leading the charge in bringing more and more feminist to hell with her.

According to Robyn Urback at the National post “Rather than fix its broken math curriculum, Ontario will just teach the existing one even more”

That’s right Ontario is leading the charge in dumbing down our kids with no feminist taking to the street in protest. Urback continues his eloquent discourse by stating unequivocally to parents to wake up. “In a C.D. Howe Institute report from last year, University of Winnipeg professor Anna Stokke offered a good example of the tortuousness that is discovery math: “Students are often encouraged to work out number facts such as 7×8 using doubling,” she wrote. “8 is the double of 4 and 7×4 =28, so 7×8 = 28 + 28 = 56.” Everyone got that? This method could also be described as “How to make your nine-year old rip up her homework and leave the kitchen table in tears.”

Ever wonder what it would be like to go back to school? Well, wonder no more. Men are no longer welcomed.

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Full National Post story here;


Of course we should in no way abuse or ridicule people who have a sexual identity problems but accept them with the same care and tenderness as any sinners. At least this is what Jewish law & values teaches us. But Kathleen Wynne instead has decided to choose for herself and all Ontarian’s, to display her rationale by placing on Ontario the greatest troubles the Province has encountered since its founding principles were made to all Canadian during Confederation!

The Supreme Court of Canada handed down a ruling : Person vs bestiality

My favourite thing is to be hogtied’: The growing trend of stressed workers who are using BONDAGE to relax;



“Bondage is about pushing you to other states of consciousness,” says Chris Donaghue, Ph.D., a Los Angeles-based psychologist, sex therapist and author of Sex Outside the Lines.

She said: “You let go and the rope provides you with something to focus on. Some people need the rope to get into this state.”

As for GQ Justin Trudeau, if then the Ontario Liberals are Sodom , can we safely say the federal Liberals are Gomorrah, are we left wondering why he is so hell bend on destroying God! Surely , he cannot think God will sit by quietly while the Liberal party wishes to rain the wrath of God upon Canadians. God is a God of mercy and lovingkindness who does not wish for anyone to perish but that all should come to repentance! Even a miserable wretch like myself. So why is Justin Trudeau with all his liberals MP’s standing by, like mice and not like men!


Mr. Justin Trudeau has made previous comments that he does not read much, so perhaps his servants can carry him this note here from Danielle, that Israel is a nation rich in history, even more remarkable is Benjamin Netanyahu’s United Nation speech proclaiming, “As the prophet Isaiah said, “I have made you a light unto the nations, bringing salvation to the ends of the earth.” Today, 2,700 years after Isaiah spoke those prophetic words, Israel is becoming a rising power among the nations. And at long last, its light is shining across the continents, bringing hope and salvation to the ends of the earth.” And if this wasn’t enough, he went on state, “Today our hope for the future is challenged by a nuclear-armed Iran that seeks our destruction. But I want you to know, that wasn’t always the case. Some 2,500 years ago the great Persian king Cyrus ended the Babylonian exile of the Jewish people. He issued a famous edict in which he proclaimed the right of the Jews to return to the land of Israel and rebuild the Jewish temple in Jerusalem. That’s a Persian decree. And thus began an historic friendship between the Jews and the Persians that lasted until modern times.”

History 101

Israel Launched Deadly Airstrike Against Syrian Airbase: Russia


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Joshua 1:8 New American Standard Bible (NASB)

8 This book of the law shall not depart from your mouth, but you shall meditate on it day and night, so that you may [a]be careful to do according to all that is written in it; for then you will make your way prosperous, and then you will [b]have success.

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  1. Joshua 1:8Lit observe
  2. Joshua 1:8Or act wisely

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“It is a surprise to many people to discover that there are only a handful of passages in the Bible that directly mention homosexuality. Yet despite its infrequent mention, where the subject does come up, the  Bible has some very important things to say about it. We need to understand them if we’re to avoid the twin mistakes of homophobia and thinking God is indifferent about how we use our sexuality.

The first two passages that directly mention homosexuality come from the Old Testament.


1. Genesis 19

Sodom has become so associated with homosexual conduct that its name was for many ears a byword for it. But is ‘sodomy’ really what Sodom is about?

The account describes the men of the city attempting to forcibly have sex with two angelic visitors to the city, who have appeared in the form of men. Later parts of the Old Testament accuse Sodom of a range of sins: oppression, adultery, lying, abetting criminals, arrogance, complacency and indifference to the poor. None of these even mentions homosexual conduct. This has led some people to wonder if we have read homosexuality into the Genesis narrative, when in fact the real issue was social oppression and injustice. But a close look at the text makes it clear that homosexuality was in fact involved.

Although the Hebrew word for “know” (yada) can just mean to “get to know” someone (rather than to “know” them sexually), it is clear from the crowd’s aggression (and Lot’s dreadful attempt at offering them his daughters as an alternative) that they are looking for much more than social acquaintance. Hence what happens next: the angels warn Lot that judgment is imminent (v.13).

In the New Testament, Jude adds an important insight:

…just as Sodom and Gomorrah and the surrounding cities, which likewise indulged in sexual immorality and pursued unnatural desire, serve as an example by undergoing a punishment of eternal fire. (Jude 7)

What happened at Sodom is clearly meant to be something of a cautionary tale. Jude makes it clear that their ungodliness involved sexual immorality. They were punished for sexual sin along with the other sins of which they were guilty.

Jude also highlights the nature of their sexual desires: they pursued “unnatural desire” (literally, unnatural “flesh”). Some have suggested that this relates to the fact that the visitors to the city were angelic; Jude references angelic sin earlier in his letter. But these angels appeared as men, and the baying crowd outside Lot’s house showed no evidence of knowing they were angelic. Their desire was to have sex with the men staying with Lot. In other words, it was the homosexual nature of their desires, and not just the violent expression of them, that is highlighted in the New Testament.



2. Leviticus 18 & 20

Leviticus contains two well known statements about homosexual activity:

You shall not lie with a male as with a woman; it is an abomination. (Leviticus 18:22)

If a man lies with a male as with a woman, both of them have committed an abomination; they shall surely be put to death; their blood is upon them. (Leviticus 20:13)

“An abomination” is often used to describe idolatry, and some suggest these verses are not condemning homosexual behaviour in general, but only the cultic prostitution connected to pagan temples. It is also often claimed that the fact that these prohibitions appear in a book full of other laws which no Christians think they are expected to follow today suggests that they should not be taken as having abiding moral relevance. But to take the first objection, the language used is not that specific; it refers to lying with a man “as with a woman,” – that is, in very general terms. Secondly, the surrounding verses in each instance describe other forms of sexual sin (such as incest, adultery and bestiality), none of which is anything to do with pagan temples or idolatry, and which we would take as being applicable to Christians today. It is moral, rather than just pagan religious behaviour that’s in view. Furthermore, Leviticus 20:13 highlights both male parties equally, again suggesting general, consensual homosexual activity (as opposed to gay rape or a forced relationship).

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1. Homosexual desire is not what God originally intended. This is not to say that homosexual desire is the only thing that God did not originally intend. All of our desires have been distorted by sin. But Paul does describe both lesbian and male homosexual behaviour as “unnatural.” Some have argued this refers to what is natural to the people themselves, so that what is in view is heterosexual people engaging in homosexual activity and thereby going against their “natural” orientation. According to this view, Paul is not condemning all homosexual behaviour, but only that which goes against the person’s own sexual inclinations. But this view cannot be supported by the passage itself. The words for “natural” and “against nature” refer not to our subjective experience of what feels natural to us, but to the fixed way of things in creation. The nature that Paul says homosexual behaviour contradicts is God’s purpose for us, revealed in creation and reiterated throughout Scripture.

Paul’s reference to lesbianism as well as male homosexual conduct also supports the idea that he is condemning all homosexual activity, and not just the man-boy relationships that occurred in Roman culture.

The strength of Paul’s language here should not make us think that homosexual conduct is the worst or only form of sinful behaviour. Paul may be highlighting it because it is a particularly vivid example, and may have been especially pertinent for his readers in Rome given their cultural context. Either way it is illustrative of something that is the case for all of us: as we reject God we find ourselves craving what we are not naturally designed to do. This is as true of a heterosexual person as of a homosexual person.  There are no grounds in this passage for singling out homosexual people for any kind of special condemnation. The same passage indicts all of us.

2. Our distorted desires are a sign that we have turned away from God. It is important to recognize that Paul is talking here in social rather than individual terms. He is describing what happens to culture as a whole, rather than particular people. The presence of same-sex desire in some of us is not an indication that we’ve turned from God more than others, but a sign that humanity as a whole has done so. It is not the only sign, and in everyone there is no doubt more than one sign or another – but it is a sign nevertheless.

Paul writes that alongside the gospel, “The wrath of God is being revealed from heaven against all ungodliness and unrighteousness of men” (Romans 1:19). Though there will one day be a “day of wrath when God’s righteous judgment will be revealed” (Romans 2:5), there is already a present-day expression of God’s anger against sin. We see God’s wrath in this: he gives us what we want.

In response to the exchanges Paul has described, we see three instances of God giving us over to live in the outcome of our sinful desires. This is his present-day judgment against sin. We ask for a reality without him and he gives us a taster of it.

In each case the “giving over” results in an intensification of the sin and the further breakdown of human behaviour. God gives humanity over to impure lusts and dishonourable bodily conduct (verse 24), and to “dishonourable passions” (verse 26). The exchanging of natural relations for unnatural leads to being given over to a “debased mind” and the flourishing of “all manner of unrighteousness” which Paul unpacks in a long list of antisocial behaviours (verse 28-31). Sin leads to judgment, but judgment also leads to further sin.

The presence of all these sinful acts is a reminder that we live in a world which has deliberately turned away from God in all sorts of ways, and is therefore experiencing a foretaste of God’s anger and courting its final outpouring on the day of judgment. Again, homosexual activity is certainly not the only sinful act. All of us are guilty. But it listed among them as one of the ways in which human nature as a whole has been changed from what God originally intended.



1. Homosexual sin is serious. Paul says the active and unrepentant homosexual, as with all active, unrepentant sinners, will not enter God’s kingdom. Paul urges his readers not to be deceived on this point. He assumes there will be those who deny this teaching, and argue that some forms of homosexual conduct are acceptable to God. But Paul is clear: homosexual conduct leads people to destruction. This is a serious issue.

2. Homosexual sin is not unique. Paul’s list includes other forms of sexual sin (sexual immorality and adultery), and it includes non-sexual forms of sin (drunkenness and theft, for example). Homosexual sin is incredibly serious, but it is not alone in being so. It is wicked, but so is, say, greed. We must not imply that homosexual sex is the sin of our age. If we are to be faithful to Scripture, we must also preach against theft, greed, drunkenness, reviling, and defrauding others, many of which are also trivialised in our society, and all of which also characterize the unrighteous.

3. Homosexual sin is not inescapable. Paul continues in verse 11: “And such were some of you. But you were washed, you were sanctified, you were justified in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ and by the Spirit of God” (1 Corinthians 6:11).

These forms of behaviour are not appropriate for the Corinthian church precisely because it is not who they are any more. Some of them clearly had been active homosexuals. They did once live in these ways. But no more. They have been washed, sanctified and justified; forgiven, cleansed from their sins, and set apart for God. They have a new standing and identity before him.

However ingrained it may be in someone’s behaviour, homosexual conduct is not inescapable. It is possible for someone living a practicing gay lifestyle to be made new by God. Temptations and feelings may well linger. That Paul is warning his readers not to revert to their former way of life suggests there is still some desire to do so. But in Christ we are no longer who we were. Those who have come out of an active gay lifestyle need to understand how to see themselves. What defined us then no longer defines us now.


Attempts to read these texts as anything other than prohibitions of homosexual behaviour do not ultimately work. The plain reading of each passage is the right one. It is homosexual practice in general, rather than only certain expressions of it, which are forbidden in Scripture. To attempt to demonstrate otherwise is to violate the passages themselves. Yet these very same texts list homosexuality alongside many other forms of behaviour that are also against God’s will. The very passages that show us that homosexual activity is a sin, make it very clear that it is not a unique sin. It is one example of what is wrong with all of us.”


By Sam Allberry

What next:

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