User Profile: NILAP

NILAP

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  • [-2] February 28, 2015 at 6:23pm

    Jen Bush 2013

    In reply to the story Rand Paul Wins the CPAC Straw Poll

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  • [1] February 23, 2015 at 9:48pm

    President is a liberal Christian who believes Muhammad is a prophet of God as many liberal Christians do. Christianity is merely a choice or preference amongst many.
    Obama loves America for what it could be if only it transformed the U.S. Constitution that a bunch of racist, white men wrote. Many people fall in love with people who they want to change and transform.

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  • [-3] February 23, 2015 at 9:38pm

    Many liberal Christians consider Christianity a choice among the various religions. They believe Muhammad was a prophet of God as well as Krishna, Buddha etc. They just choose to be Christians with a decidedly liberal interpretation of Christianity. President Obama is not a Muslim but believes Muhammad was a prophet of God. I too long believed Muhammad was a prophet of God but was never a Muslim. THAT is the question to ask Obama – do you believe Muhammad was a true prophet of God. That will show what kind of Christian he is.

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  • [2] February 23, 2015 at 9:27pm

    God truly performs miracles for people of all faith and religions as well as for people who do not believe. That is one of the signs of the beauty of God.

  • [3] February 21, 2015 at 3:22am

    The teachings of the Iroquois prophet Deganawidah and Native American culture are very much part of the fabric of America and the U.S. Constitution. Yes the Americas had their prophets, it did not take Jesus to come over to America for the Creator to bestow spirituality to America or for Hebrew tribes to come over. Just as the Left looking to Europe for America to emulate to transform the U.S. Constitution, looking to the Middle East as the only location where God revealed Himself is also not what America is about. Those who participated in the Boston Tea Party understood this when they dressed as Mohawks to say to the British that we are Americans not Europeans.

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  • February 20, 2015 at 1:36am

    Before the Internet, there was the Sears catalogue, the parent’s Playboys, then there was the rise of the local adult bookstores where one had to slink in and out to get the porn of their choice. Now with the internet anyone, adult and young people with basic tech savvy can get access to the entire adult bookstore in the privacy of their room in front of a computer. Free reign to look at any kind of sexuality. It would be like having all the various drugs and alcohol beverages available without leaving the home – for adults AND children. All humans are turned on by some form of porn in all its variety just like drugs will get all humans high or drunk if consumed – that is why it is a drug.

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  • [-1] February 19, 2015 at 4:22pm

    One of the issues with Religion 1.0 is that it consists of a prophet, usually holy teachings and texts and a subsequent creation of some sort of religious organization which provides the ‘true’ interpretation of the holy teachings, in this case the Bible. For Muslims it is the Quran. Jesus said such and such Muhammad said such and such so that is the word of God or Allah and no one can change those word, alter or remove them. Of course there are various translations in different languages but no one can say this teaching in the Bible or Quran is unjust or not from God so therefore it should be removed. A pastor or priest would most likely say, no it is not unjust, you just do no see how in fact that teaching is truly just and is from God. You need to deepen your understanding.

    There is no 2 way street with God’s Revelation in Religion 1.0. The prophet of God speaks and you follow. There is no room for debate.

    That is why the U.S. Constitution is truly unique. It is a divinely inspired document given to fallible humans which is a living document that requires input from those that follow this document. Women were not allowed to vote in the original document but later amendments were decided upon that allowed women to vote. Human sense of justice and the changes in time require it to be changed. The so-called Founding Fathers were imperfect and yet divinely inspired.

    One day humanity will learn that all the prophets of God including Jesus, Moses and Muhammad were not perfect

  • February 18, 2015 at 4:20pm

    The Creator sent prophets to all the world not just the Middle East and the Creator sent prophets AFTER Muhammad. Specifically to what is now upper state New York, Deganawidah the prophet who founded the Iroquois Confederacy and taught democratic governance based on the notion of the separation of powers. These teachings were to unite all Native Americans but the Iroquois failed in this mission for various reasons. Generations of American colonists intermingled daily with members of the Iroquois and knew of their form of government as well as spiritual teachings. The Sons of Liberty dressed as Mohawks during the Boston Tea Party to show the British that they were different from them. They were Americans and embraced this land and its spirit not the spirit of England. Scholars argue over how much the Iroquois form of government inspired the Founding Fathers but the spirit of Deganawidah is very much infused in the U.S. Constitution. This for lack of better word is the Creator’s ‘Shariah law’, not Muhammad’s version which is part of the failed religion of Islam (though a very successful political movement). The idea of separation of religion from government, the teachings of Jesus (see Jefferson’s Bible) and the teachings of Deganawidah and the U.S. Constitution will prevail over Islam. Unfortunately many in America turn to Europe to ‘transform’ the U.S. Constitution instead of standing by that uniquely American gift to the world, the U.S. Constitution.

  • [-4] February 18, 2015 at 4:01pm

    Mormons are Christians. The Book of Mormon though has been disproven via DNA revealing Native Americans are not descended from the Jewish people of the Old Testament, an idea that was prevalent amongst Americans during the time of Joseph Smith. Joseph spent much time as a young man learning from members of the Iroquois tribes about their prophecies and spiritual teachings including their prophet Deganawidah and later Handsome Lake and Red Jacket who were alive during the time of a young Joseph. Joseph attended one of the speeches given by Red Jacket, a renowned orator. They were trying to revive the spiritual teachings of Deganawidah who came to the Iroquois in either the 15th or 11th century. Joseph taught that one day a Native American prophet would arise and gather Native Americans (the Lamanites) to the hilly or mountainous part of America. This scenario is found in Deganawidah’s White Serpent/Red Serpent prophecy that Joseph was aware of. Joseph was also aware of many other prophets of the Americas and interpreted this as being Jesus – Quetzalcoatl, Virachocha, Kukulcan etc.

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  • February 18, 2015 at 12:37am

    Net Neutrality is good. Net Neutrality is bad.

  • February 13, 2015 at 2:10pm

    For those so inclined, Joseph Smith had much contact with the Iroquois as a youth. The prophecy of Deganawidah about the future of America and the world with its red, white and black serpents might have inspired the so called White Horse prophecy with its red and white horse. The specifics of these prophecies can be found by Googling them. As with all prophecies and their vagueness there is wide room for speculation.

  • February 13, 2015 at 12:50pm

    Muhammad was a true prophet of God but a failed prophet after the death of his wife Khadijah. Nevertheless Islam has been very successful politically. Fortunately the Creator blessed America with another prophet Deganwidah whose teachings on government and separation of powers helped inspire American colonists with the basis of the U.S. Constitution. Islam and its Shariah has been checkmated by the Creator and Muhammad with the U.S. Constitution, Muhammad now in Heaven having rejected much of what is in the Quran though true Revelation of the Creator is found in the Quran.

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  • February 11, 2015 at 12:52pm

    Well, I met Festus and Doc of Gunsmoke as a kid in Aspen Colorado. Shook hands with Richard Nixon. Got a handwritten thank you note from Ronald Reagan in 1968. Met the owner of the Washington Coliseum in his office where the Beatles hung out with him before and after their 1st American concert.

  • [1] February 11, 2015 at 10:57am

    I wish Taylor Swift and other artists like Katie Perry and a host of others today would write their own music and words and not rely on going to the ‘Swedish Guys’ to get their music and musical hooks. Look at who wrote the hits of Taylor and Katie, not their filler songs, and you will see the names of Swedish writers and producers who they go to in order to remain in the limelight. Not like Lennon, Dylan, McCartney, Brian Wilson and Paul Simon to name a few of the past.

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  • [-1] February 6, 2015 at 5:31pm

    God via fallible prophets, men and women, those we know of and those forgotten presented humanity the idea of Heaven, the Pure Land and its various names. Fortunately the visions of Heaven based on faith will be replaced with the actual nature of Heaven via science. Prophets are no longer needed though they served a purpose. Men and women of science will open the bridge between this Earth and Heaven – Heaven being a meeting place where all who die on this earth pass on to and through to all the various worlds of eternity. The living of this Earth will one day meet with those who have passed on in Heaven. The Presence of God will be evident. All living things in this universe enter this Heaven upon ‘death’ so humanity will also encounter those from many worlds and planets. Again Heaven, the Realm or Kingdom of God has always been present as Jesus states in the Gospel of Thomas. It will take science to reveal it to all. Jesus knew this.

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  • February 6, 2015 at 4:22pm

    Note: The elm tree known as the Tree of Liberty was actually given its name on September 11, 1765 when a cooper plate was attached to the tree with the following inscription: “The Tree of Liberty stamped thereon in golden letters.”

    September 11th.

  • February 6, 2015 at 4:12pm

    I think of the Tree of Liberty, the elm tree in the Boston Commons back in the times of Paul Revere and other Sons of Liberty. I think of the Tree of Peace, a white pine that symbolized the teachings of the Iroquois prophet Deganawidah whose ideas of government with separation of powers represent the Spirit that is America. I think of the flag that George Washington created with a white pine tree with the words of An Appeal to Heaven on it – America being a true Appeal to Heaven.

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  • [8] February 4, 2015 at 3:31pm

    Back in the 70s, I was a member of the Bahai religion. I remember on several occasions hearing of a prophecy that one day Islam will grow and gain the support of many in the world and that what is now Israel will be held with disdain also by many. Islam will threaten Israel but right when Islam is about to destroy Israel, something will happen, God will intervene somehow, and Islam will become the scourge of humanity – with most Muslims leaving their faith and Israel and the Jewish people will be seen as having God on their side. This would be the prelude to establishing some sort of world federated government amongst the various countries of the world.

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  • [3] February 4, 2015 at 2:53pm

    EVERY Muslim believes Muhammad was the last prophet of God and that Islam will become the religion of all humanity. There are the good cop Muslims – the so-called moderate Muslims and the bad cop Muslims – ISIS, Al-Qaeda and the various other extremist Muslims which should really include Iran and Saudia Arabia. Still they all have one goal for all the world to become Muslim – whether the Sunni or Shia variety.

  • [3] February 4, 2015 at 12:05pm

    The King of Jordan seems like a good guy and like many moderate Muslims has chosen to overlook much of what is in the Quran and the actions of Muhammad in his lifetime. Perhaps not the best analogy but like Catholics who reject most of the Catholic teachings but still consider themselves Catholic.

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