Ben Carson Is Part Of An Evil Nazi Cult, Donald Trump Is Right, Carson Is A Pathological Liar, Trump Will Crush Carson

By Walid Shoebat

The more terrorism takes hold in the West as we see in Paris, the more Trump angers folks for his comments over Carson and his Seventh Day Adventist cult and the more the media pounces at him for it, the more Trump SURGES.

According to the five-day rolling Reuters/Ipsos presidential poll, Trump has leapt some 17 percentage points among likely Republican voters since Nov. 6, when he was essentially tied with Ben Carson at about 25 percent. Trump now captures 42 percent of those voters while Carson has fallen off slightly.

Among all Republicans – not simply likely primary voters -Trump holds a substantial edge over Carson, at 34 percent to about 20 percent, according to the Reuters/Ipsos poll.

Trump knows the business. Trump attacking Carson had talk radio host Mark Levin attacking Trump threatening not to support him… attack attack attack … its all free media. We do this all the time when we attack the LGBT or when CAIR hounds us for training Police on terrorism. It all helps. Evil people like CAIR only advanced because everyone talks about them. Here is Talk radio host Mark Levin lambasting Trump:

This will only hurt Levin, not Trump. Americans from a Palestinian background (like myself) understands how the media ticks in the U.S. and we know how to use it for our advantage. I simply switched and instead of attacking Jews prior to my conversion I now attack Muslims and the LGBT saying that God says “they are worthy of death”. All this gets them squirming, they go bananas trying to ‘expose us’ and we enjoy watching them accuse us of all sorts of things like “death-wish” “vigilantism” and even being like “Nazis”. The more the name-calling the better.

All these false-accusations regardless that we never once called on anyone to be “vigilantly” and we hate Nazism with a passion as much as we hate homosexuality. God simply said that they “are worthy of death” be it through AIDS, curse, suicide, state law, Putin’s Russia, Africans who hate the trend … homosexuality is a disease in itself since no one can make any sense for a man taking it from behind. Yet we sit here daily watching all sorts of crazy ideas on TV created under the banner of “freedom” that tell us daily to use anuses for a political war which always leads to tyranny.

What can I say, suit yourselves and commit suicide like lemmings while asking yourselves: was Paris better off being Islamophobes or Muslim-friendly? As far as the LGBT the argument is even simpler: first they came for the bakers, and I did not speak out because I was not a baker. Then they came for the marriage-clerk, and I did not speak out because I was not a marriage-clerk. Then they came for the boy-scouts and I did not speak out because I was not a boy-scout. Then they came for me—and there was no one left to speak for me. Trump is right when he says that Americans are crazy. For decades Americans trumpeted the first amendment and “freedom of speech” and yet when we believed you and fully exercised such freedoms you cried out that our defense to save your life was “a phobia”!

What utter hypocrisy.

Yet we say what we say because you taught us “freedom of speech” and we could care less if we are re-invited for anything, be it media or churches, and we love it when we get a ton of threats and condemnations on our comment section cursing us for what we say.

I am free at last while most of you are slaves living in total bondage fearing something so stupid as peer pressure. The hell with all these ‘peers’, I’d rather live without them. People even accuse us of still being Muslim. More advertisement for us. The key to winning is simple: to be fearless, bold, blunt, honest and have no fear of death which only helps our cause for a better afterlife. This is part and parcel of what true Christianity is which Islam stole many of the key ingredients. While there are many differences between Islam and Christianity like the Trinity, the Crucifixion and being none-initiators of violence, blind Americans forget historic Christianity is far from what they have. So when Americans see us exercise Christianity in its historic form they simply slander and say that we “espouse Christian Jihad”. When someone is uncomfortable with the truth that self-defense is a God given right, they always create oxy-morons and even subconsciously denounce the very second-ammendment they claim they espouse. The worst enemy in the fight for Christianity is the coward whom God condemns and promised that these “will never inherit the Kingdom” (Revelation 21:8). The coward, while he eats his/her heart out of what we say, we laugh at them, they end up in hell and we end up in the Kingdom while God Himself says that He too laughs at the wicked (Psalm 37:13). What a great deal. It was God who was the first to established the Art of the Deal, not Trump!

Thats it. How difficult is such a strategy? Have a little faith and you can move mountains.

Levin, being a coward while criticizing Donald Trump needs to start looking up and exposing Carson’s Seventh Day Adventism (which he would not dare do because of you know it: peer pressure). Trump at least, in a subtle way,  contrasted it with his Presbyterian faith, saying:

I’m Presbyterian. I’m Presbyterian. Boy, that’s down the middle of the road folks, in all fairness. I mean, Seventh-day Adventist, I don’t know about. I just don’t know about

Trump says that Carson could be a ‘pathological liar’ and compared the pathological liar to a ‘child molester’.

Trump by questioning Carson’s faith and life was (as usual) sparking a discussion that needs to take place. And we ask: what right wing conservative media is doing that? They all operate by sheer fear. We watched Mitt Romney before him duck and dodge questions about his membership in the Mormon Church – and it’s dark clammy ties to polygamy while the ‘conservative Christian’ condemned us for questioning Mormonism while pastors told Glenn Beck that Romney’s cult affiliation is “okay” and were coming by the droves like prostitutes in a pagan temple. We cared less what people felt and Glenn Beck, the Mormon cultist had to eventually address us. More media coverage.

As an American who was raised ‘Palestinian’, we knew one thing: Americans are molded by peer pressure. I can’t tell you the times I witnessed Americans who invited us tuck-tail to deny us later, abandon us and back-stabb us because someone applied peer pressure accusing us of being homophobes, Islamophobes, racists … I have a million or so stories to tell my grand kids.

Americans are now molded to fear even making racial jokes. Pretty soon we can’t ask how many Polls does it take to screw a light bulb, we can’t pick on the evil gays who insist to use their anuses as a lethal weapon or call Muslims ‘ass-lifters’; everyone is a walking preaching barrel of sensitivity. When I first moved to the States they called us ‘camel-jockies’ and we laughed asking: how many stupid red-necks know that in Jerusalem we have but one camel that is used strictly for red-necks?

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But these were the good old days stolen from you because you act by fear. To the dangers and bizarre nature of Carson’s Adventism is that the cult is all based on pathological lying and conspiracy theories. Levin as a Jew should know that conspiracy theories are the foundation of the anti-Israel crowd. Conspiracy theories is collectively accepted by the (besides being pathological liars) paranoid 7th Day Adventists: that the US government will enforce the Sunday Sabbath which is an attack on all Christians who believe in Sunday worship. So where are all the ‘conservatives’ who love ‘Christmas’ and ‘Church services’  crying out after watching Carson say this:

Sunday is the day in which the Lord arose from the dead, and defeated death. What then would be so evil about this? Is this whom Christians want for President? The hell with “being a nice guy”.

And it’s not that we did not complement Carson when he was right, but Carson completely blasphemes Christian theology. The SDA sect denies hell, the Holy Trinity and teach that Jesus Christ is really the angel Michael which agrees with with the Jehovah’s Witnesses and follows a prophetess named Ellen G. White who proclaimed that Christ would return in 1843, and then when all failed that He would come back a second time in 1844 White, the prosperity pimp cum-prophetess said it was because Adventist did not give away enough of their money to her ministry. Did Levin or Carson expose the abuses by the SDA? 30% of SDA members were physically abused at home before age 18. 43% were verbally or emotionally abused at home before age 18. 16% experienced incest at home before age 18. 37% have lived with a drug or alcohol abuser. 7% have attempted suicide and 27% have had suicidal inclinations. (See survey taken by the Oregon Conference of SDA Family Life Department)

It is rather ironic. I am known as ‘Palestinian’ and Levin, the talk-show host is known as ‘Jew’. How dare Levin be silent about Carson’s cult and its alliances with the Nazi history favoring Hitler?

Well they finally apologized you know, in 2005. But did they? How so especially when Robert Mugabe, an admirer of Hitler, gets Adventist endorsement 7 years after the church apologized to Holocaust victims for its support to the Nazi Regime.

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Robert Mugabe, an admirer of Hitler, gets Adventist endorsement 7 years after the church apologized to Holocaust victims for its support to the Nazi Regime. Publications of the German church had written articles glorifying Hitler. “In our day, however, we want to take a decided stand for right and justice-towards all people,” the 2005 apology by the Church said. But the church’s top leader seems to have forgotten this as he went on record supporting Mugabe last week

And just to examine a little history, in the Adventist town of Friedensau, 99.9% of the population voted in favor of the Nazis. The departmental secretary of the Adventist South German Union Conference, M. Busch, was in support of Hitler and “approvingly quoted Hitler’s statement in Mein Kampf  that ‘for the political Fuhrer all religious teachings and arrangements are untouchable.’”

It is also true that the Adventists were banned by the Nazis, but this ban was lifted once the cult declared their allegiance to Hitler. While there were Adventists who righteously risked their lives to defend Jews, the official Adventist movement got rid of any of its members who had Jewish backgrounds. The Adventists were also in favor for the Nazi eugenics policy, and supported the sterilization of those considered “unfit” for German society.

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Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson revealed that if given the chance, he would allow Adolf Hitler, one of history’s monsters, to live.

Carson’s revelation that he would elect not to kill the Führer if he had the chance called into question his actual feelings about religious and ethnic persecution and systematic genocide executed by a state power.

In Christianity abortion should be prohibited at any circumstance. Carson and all this hoopla of passing certain anti-Abortion measures that makes exceptions on abortion makes us become more like Muslims. On his website, Carson supports the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act which would make it illegal to have an abortion more than 20 weeks after fertilization. Hip-hip-hurray. What difference is this from Islam’s anti-abortion measures which is 16 weeks? He even defended the use of fetal tissue for medical research arguing that we should not let these babies go to waste:

“To not use the tissue that is in a tissue bank, regardless of where it comes from, would be foolish. Why would anybody not do that?”

Keep in mind that it was perfectly legal under German law to kill Jews no thanks to the Nazi regime. Given it was legal to kill Jews, it would also seem silly to Carson to let their corpses go to waste so long we use Carson’s medical tweezers and scalpels. Private business firms bought and used the hair of Jews after processing them to make many products, including ship rope and mattresses and even used their gold teeth. Nothing was sent to waste.
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When it comes to the SDA cult, people need to read between the lines for there are no cults that are void of tyranny, none, not one. “Health” for Adventists is believed to bring a new world order. Their medical leaders worked heavily with the Nazis and became a propagandist for the Nazis, even in the United States. Even during the Nazi wars Adventists expressed nothing but support for Germany’s aggressions, saying “in total war there can only be total commitment and sacrifice.” The Adventist church in Germany issued an instructional circular stating that “God had commanded: ‘Submit yourselves, for the Lord’s sake, to every authority,” thus using Scripture to justify obedience to Hitler’s regime.

Even after the war the Adventist church believed that it was justified in its support for the Third Reich. It was not until 1948 that they began to investigate Adventist support for the Nazis. But this was not because of some sense of guilt, rather it was because an American military official, Major J.C. Thompson, chief of  the Religious Affairs Section of the American Military Government in Berlin,  sent a letter to the Adventists asking them why they had not removed all of the Nazis who had positions within the SDA sect. Thompson also added that while the Catholics put up immense opposition against the Nazis, the Adventists did not. The General Conference then began to ask Nazi Adventists to step down, and this greatly upset the German Adventists, especially because it was the General Conference that helped them appease the Nazis in the first place.

This is the fruit of the SDA: cult abuse, heresy, murder and the support for Nazism. Long live Trump!

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As Reuters stated: “The Republican establishment has long expected the outspoken billionaire to fade, and he has yet to give it the satisfaction. Trump has consistently held more than 25 percent of the support among all Republicans in the Reuters/Ipsos rolling poll for more than two months.”

The Reuters/Ipsos poll is also bad news for slick-willy salesman talker Marco Rubio, who is widely considered to be emerging as the establishment-backed alternative to Trump. Despite receiving rave notices for his past two debate performance, Rubio’s support has remained flat, with about 10 percent of likely Republican primary voters preferring him.

Those primary voters remain very down on former Florida cry-baby Gov. Jeb Bush. Just four percent say they would support Bush in the latest poll.

The American people are getting fed up. They are keen to the establishment and their tricks. They could care less about Trump’s ‘bashings’ and care more for bashing police. They are tired of agendas, homosexual agendas, feminists, liberals, environmentalists, peer pressure … and while they are afraid to express themselves due to peer pressure, there views will be expressed at the polls and voting booths.

People like Levin is glad to invite me to interview about the atrocities caused by Muslims, yet he jitters to speak about the atrocities caused by the SDA against his own people, the Jews, and Carson would never dare address his Nazi linked, conspiracy theories filled evil cult either. Talk radio host Mark Levin criticized the media for its coverage of GOP presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson’s comments about a Muslim being president. Levin has spoken countless times on Islam’s recent connections to the Nazis. Yet when it comes to the SDA, God forbid he says anything lest he (like the typical Jews of the U.S.) offend supposedly “conservative Adventists”. To say that our purpose is to only promote conservatism is a mental disorder too, worse than pathological lying since the Pharisees were “conservative too”. Trump calling such folks “pathological liars” which cannot be healed like “child molesters” is in fact an understatement for we need to add “hypocrisy” “cowardice” “lying” and “plain dishonesty” to the list. All diseases that can only be healed by confession and the Cross.

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  • RodK1975

    “[E]veryone is a walking preaching barrel of sensitivity.” Amen, Brother… Truer word have ne’er been spoken…

    • Eric

      Indeed, Rod. By some miracle, peer pressure was never a thing I learned, nor in my family; both sides of my family have been staunch anti-political correctness: on one side, you have bossy Germans (my dad’s side), and Hot-headed Sicilians on the other (my mom’s). I’m fortunate in many ways to be born into such a family dynamic which many people would call unbearable and “uncivilized”. But at the same time, that’s the reason my family–Dad’s side, at least–has been kicking and going here in the states since 1740: you just do your thing, and don’t give a darn about what others think.

      • RodK1975

        It’s pathetic Eric… it really is… that’s why you have a bunch of whiny a** little cabrones running around griping and a complaining about needing “safe spaces” free from criticism and so on and so forth…

        • Eric

          Right, Rod. I was taught never to complain. And given my literal list of physical disabilities, I have ever logical reason to complain. But, I see no use because it never does any good. I would much rather look at the numerous blessings and good things in my life than at the bad. Being negative and complaining is easy. The other is not.

          • Trevor

            “I was taught never to complain.”

            I just now thought of this. My retort should be, “I’m not complaining. I am being opinionated.”

          • Eric

            Good idea. 🙂

          • RodK1975

            Ay de me Llorona… Llorona de llanto triste…. Ay de me Llorona, Llorona de llanto triste…….

          • Eric

            I know Latin. . .I should know that. . .

          • Trevor

            I think that’s Spanish…

          • RodK1975

            It is

          • RodK1975

            I LOVE THIS SONG….. sorry for singing… lol

          • Eric

            Well, that shows how stupid I am. Can’t tell Latin apart from Spanish. lol

          • RodK1975

            Go to 3:15, you’ll hear that part I typed…

          • Seraphim2478

            Right on brother “Truth justice and the American” way just avoid that kryptonite the left is slinging!

          • Eric

            Oh I will, Seraphim. You know how much Kryptonite makes me ill.

      • Trevor

        “By some miracle, peer pressure was never a thing I learned,” boy are you lucky.

        I have been bullied before, me a chubby 4th grader being picked on by boys from the 6th-7th grade, and ran from them. When I made it on the varsity soccer team, one of the upperclassmen decided to test my patience as we were traveling back from a game by placing his smelly feet on my shoulders. Much to his surprise, I left it there the entire ride, and I think I earned some respect that way.

        • RodK1975

          My whole scholastic career I spent running from and dodging bullies… LOL. I’m glad it happened, now… it shaped my semi-cynical view of humanity.. :-))

          • Trevor

            Doh, I should have said, “never ran from them. Simply kept walking away from them.”

          • RodK1975

            They still caught me… it wasn’t easy being a fat kid in the 80’s… LOL

          • Trevor

            Never underestimate the power of a very angry mama. I enlisted her on quite a few occassion.

            When I grew up in Rhode Island, my oldest step-brother got threatened to get beat up by a neighborhood bully. My mom put a stop to it.

          • RodK1975

            Did she put out a hit on him? lol

          • Trevor

            I have no idea, but there were quite a few kids gathering on our yard. My other step-brother and I were ready to back up our brothers. I have gotten into fights with my brothers, but nobody are allowed to bully us. Family comes first.

          • Grandmere

            Well at least you aren’t fat any more.

          • RodK1975

            Haha… Amen Grandmere… 😉

          • Kamau41

            Now, you are a true Warrior/Soldier for Christ who is a fighter and they can’t mess with you anymore brother…

          • RodK1975

            That’s is why I’m not bitter about it, that is why I hold no resentment, it’s easy to hold a grudge and be angry, it’s hard to forgive, so I chose to forgive. God strode with me during those hard times and used them to make me who I am today, to the world I’m not much, but I’m glad I am who I am and I thank God for it!… 😉

        • Eric

          Part of the reason is that I also was Homeschooled from the first grade onward, Trevor. So it was not entirely due to my background.

          As for bullying, I am fortunate to have been spared that, as my severe stuttering and mild Cerebral Palsy would have been very easy targets for such things. I have a feeling that I wouldn’t put up with it, though. My Grandmaster at my Taekwondo school has always called me “Tiger”, giving me it as a nickname, referring to my intimidating–though short–stature, and my ferocity. God has graciously spared me from things such as bullying. I have gone through other things, though.

          • Trevor

            My nicknames are a few. My first father called me T-Bird. My former best friend called me Rovert. On an art forum, I was once nicknamed Stormy.

          • Eric

            My nicknames, are quite a few: My brother calls me a host of nicnames, including “Prince Eric”–because I tend to order things around the house–and his other favorite is “Thumbles” because I had to get these warts removed from my thumbs two years back that resulted in my thumbs having to be like, held in place for a two weeks.

          • RodK1975

            :-))

          • Eric

            “Thumbles” has become my most used pet-name: Adam has managed to get our gaming group to call me that universally.

          • Trevor
          • Eric

            What are those? Wristbands?

          • RodK1975

            Wonder Woman’s wrist bands

          • Eric

            The Bracelets of Submission. 😉

          • Grandmere

            You funny!

          • Eric

            Thank you, Grandmere. 🙂

          • susan

            Didn’t Wonder Woman use a rope? I forgot what it did. That’s been so long ago since i watched that show.

          • Eric

            Yes she did, Susan. You’re thinking of the Lasso of Truth. 🙂

          • susan

            Wouldn’t it be neat to have one of those? We could use it on Hillary. And quite a few other politicians. ;).

          • Eric

            Oh yes it would, Susan! It would be neat indeed! 😉

          • mspip

            it would probably choke hellary

          • susan

            I just had a picture of her wrapped with the lasso— finally telling the truth—and it’s taking months!!! 🙂

          • mspip

            probably more needs to come out….

          • susan

            Undoubtedly so. There’s a lot of wickedness in high places right now. In both parties.

          • Eric

            Yes, it would. lol

          • Trevor

            Thimbles! LOL.

            “Shiver me Thumbles!”

            “Double Thumbles up!”

            “How did you liked the movie?” “Thumbles up!”

            LOL. I’ll quit while I’m ahead.

          • Eric

            LOL! Good one! I think my brother would like your quotes, Trevor. 😉

          • Стефан Евгений

            Eric, they are used to push needles through.like what this Russian Baba does.

          • Eric

            Thanks, Steve. 🙂 My aunt–Mom’s sister–knows how to sow fantastically well, and my dad has some basic skills with sowing. I should probably learn how to do that too.

            That’s a sweet picture, by the way. 🙂

          • Стефан Евгений

            If Levin had his way he’d blow up this Baba. I used to sleep on pillows like this

          • Eric

            Levin’s Anti-Russian sentiment makes me angry. I fell in love with your home country when I was doing research and writing my most recent book, which focuses on a few Russian immigrant families, as I think I’ve told you before. I would love to visit Moscow whenever I get the chance. It’s on my bucket list. 🙂

            And lucky you. . .growing up sleeping on soft pillows like those. . .

          • Стефан Евгений

            Russians of Baba’s day thought sleeping flat was unhealthy. We sleep with 2 proped up on. …they were duck down.

          • Eric

            That’s very interesting. Russian food also sounds quite interesting and tasty. I spent a large time studying the cuisine–as one of the families opens a restaurant–and the soups sound simple and fantastic, and the food in general just sounded so filling and delicious. 🙂

          • I like Levin until he talks about Russia. He’s a Cold Warrior-type who can’t seem to wake up. It’s a fatal flaw to me.

          • Eric

            Right, Rudy. I’ve noticed that the Cold War folks just can’t seem to shake their preconceived notions. Sad, really.

          • Kamau41

            I’m totally with you on that. Don’t know if these folks will ever overcome their preconceived notions.

          • Eric

            I doubt they will.

          • Julie

            I wonder how old Levin is….if he was a devout American Catholic…then eventually he would get it. I am old, too, and I am still having doubts about Putin but see objectively he is better than I thought.

          • Eric

            Levin is 58, Julie. 🙂

          • Julie

            I am old enough to be his big, big sister.

          • Eric

            And I’m young enough to be his child. lol

          • Julie

            The wisdom that comes from the mouths of babes………..

          • Eric

            Babes sometimes do have wisdom, Julie. Although I am generally clueless a lot of the time, I try my best to learn Wisdom and practice it. 🙂

          • Julie

            Keep learning is to keep on living!

          • Eric

            And that is the truth. I believe Solomon says that gaining wisdom is an endless process. It is life-long, one that continues from this life to the next. 🙂

          • Kamau41

            Him, Carson and many others are very sadly stuck in the Cold War mindset and it seems like they won’t be able to get unstuck….

          • No. Events will have to smash them in the face for people to wake up. Instead, they’re lulled by pastors who promote rubbish.

          • RodK1975

            The cold hard facts of life cannot be underestimated for their effectiveness at waking up the sleeping… soon, they’ll have to admit that Turkey is no friend of ours and if we’re going to keep our own lands from being invaded that the best bet is to coordinate with Russia on fighting this… If there is any chance of this, we need a new President… hopefully President Trump… Sadly, we have a year before we see any light at the end of that tunnel and it’s going to take a few more France incidents and possibly one here before enough of the populous will wake up to reality… Sigh…

          • Our dog posing as a President has listed the Caliph of Istanbul as a friend and ally. It will take throwing that fool into the stocks and pelting him with rotten apples before he gets that he’s propagating evil.

          • RodK1975

            Yeah, I think he knows he’s propagating evil… I just wish people would wake up and the problem isn’t so much that they’re asleep… it’s that they’re willingly self-deluded… the beast is coming and most people are running around with their fingers in their ears going “LA LA LA LA LA” as you tell them they’re about to drown…

          • Kamau41

            They have been fed so much rubbish Rudy, even then they still won’t wake up.

          • I’m seeing that with younger people in France. They’re actually saying the terrorists are victims. This world is certifiably insane now…

          • Shannon Courtney

            sow seeds or sew dresses? No worries- everyone absolutely knows what you meant. No need to spell in heaven, 😉

          • Eric

            lol. Right, Shannon. Spelling has never been my strong point. Ironic, considering I write novels. 🙂

          • Shannon Courtney

            yeah- well now I have to vigilantly use spell check after that comment haha

          • Eric

            LOL!

          • RodK1975

            Grammar N*zi .. LOL

          • mspip

            how beautiful these are!!

          • Стефан Евгений

            it functions as a sofa/bed,

          • Julie

            Love these!!!! I love art work of the native Slavic people. My client is not from Russia but has in her kitchen a tablecloth with somewhat similar designs….

          • Grandmere

            Don’t forget about my favorite – “War Horse”.

          • Eric

            Oh right! How could I forget!? 🙂

      • Kamau41

        Amen Eric. Well stated.

        • Eric

          Thank you, Kamau. 🙂

    • A man of my own heart

    • AnthonyM

      I wasn’t aware before, but the song La Llorona (The Weeping Woman) is a Hispanic legend.

      • RodK1975

        That song is just beautiful… I didn’t know about it either until I looked it up last night after hearing the song…

  • Trevor

    The expose on Levin should cause everyone at The Right Scoop to quit being dependent on what Levin says as gospel. It boggles my mind.

    It’s not just the conservative Republicans who are fed up, I believe even conservative Democrats are just as fed up.

    You have Trump who went on a 95 minutes speech railing against Carson, and all the Carson campaign and media could say is, “It’s proof that Trump is imploding.” Oh please, only in their wet dream would they dare to hope that Trump would fade.

    I like Trump for his straight shooting, smarty-pant (#TeamSmartyPants), off-the-cuff, no frill, no BS talking. When he says he’s going to do it, take it to the bank and cash it, because he will.

    One of the greatest lessons I learned as a young dad, choose your battles, and that’s a lesson I try to keep everyday.

    • RodK1975

      “I like Trump for his straight shooting, smarty-pant (#TeamSmartyPants), off-the-cuff, no frill, no BS talking.” Amen… I love #TeamSmartyPants.. #FartNoise.. #Reality..

    • Kamau41

      Right on Trevor which is very much how I think!

      • Trevor

        I have quit going to the Right Scoop. They are hard up for Ted Cruz and bask in any slam Trump get from everyone, including their knight in shining armor, Mark Levin whom they dub The Great One.

        • RodK1975

          I’ve noticed that…

        • Стефан Евгений

          Oh! gowd i wanna puke! The Great One?

          • Trevor

            Go and look it up. That’s what they call him.

          • Kamau41

            I never understood why such people qualify him as great. It’s unbelievable…

          • Seraphim2478

            It’s true, he goes on Hannity, not sure why I watch that show, I guess I like to know how neo cons spin the stories

          • Kamau41

            Yea. They do call him that, but he ain’t great!

        • Eric

          “The Great One”!? You have GOT to be kidding me! That’s Blasphemous!

          • Trevor

            I hear you.

          • Eric

            Good. That’s just insane.

          • Kamau41

            Tell me about it.

          • Eric

            It’s pure arrogance on his part, and the people that call him that. Out of all the Conservative Radio hosts out there, Levin is my second-least favorite aside from Beck. Levin sounds like he’s on caffeine all the time, and is screaming more often than not. I know people blast Rush all the time, but none of his nicknames are anywhere close to being blasphemous. “America’s Anchorman” is just about right, along with “A harmless, lovable little fuzzball.”

        • Kamau41

          I have noticed that too. The same is true with Breitbart. There are so many Cruz/Carson supporters on there.

    • Delta Rain

      Yep and Levin is a back and forth whiner. He whines and whines and somebody should give him some cheese to go with it. Trump doesn’t just talk the talk, but he also walks the walk. When he says he’s going to do something, he does it. Even Geraldo had to admit that Trump was right.

      • RodK1975

        “He whines and whines and somebody should give him some cheese to go with it…” :-)) Funny!

        • Delta Rain

          It’s something my husband used to always say to his complainers at work. LOL

      • Trevor

        Probably a good thing I can’t hear because I cannot stand people who whine. It makes me want to slap them into next year.

        • Стефан Евгений

          he has the most awful voice for radio. he would really hate me the ruskiy.

          • Julie

            What country actually do you live in???????

      • Стефан Евгений

        I can’t stand the guy, Levin he puts my teeth on edge.

        • RodK1975

          Levin needs to relax and calm down… His BP has to be sky high the way he’s always yelling and so forth… “MISTER PRODUCER CUT NUMBER 4 GOOOOOO!!!!!” lol

          • Стефан Евгений

            He hates my kind, i cant stand to listen to that wennie.

      • Seraphim2478

        Wine and cheese, anyone?? Lol

    • Seraphim2478
      • Trevor

        HA HA HA HA!

  • Smith

    We would call Iraqis and everyone else far worse things than camel-jockies :-p

    • RodK1975

      Careful… careful… I know where you’re going…. LOL

      • Smith

        Exactly. I am not one to hold back, but I am smart enough to know when and where to land my blows

  • Delta Rain

    You certainly have a quite a gift with putting an amusing spin on some phrases. I’ll confess that I laughed out loud on the lethal weapons of gays. Love reading your articles. I was never good at peer pressure. I always said the wrong thing at the wrong time and then wondered what the heck was wrong with everybody? I just call it like I see it and if I’m convinced I was wrong? Oh well… I’ll admit it. No problemo…Life is a learning and educational experience everyday. I thank God for a brain that still ticks even if the timing is sometimes off. Thank you, Mr Walid. for a good informational read… I love the camel jockey one too. If my redneck husband was still alive, I would enjoy teasing him with that one.

  • Kamau41

    Excellent and very well done. The more people attack and slander Trump the more he surges indeed. I see that trend continuing and it’s even reflected and revealed in the right polls numbers you’ve put forth. Besides, what really counts is when people actually go and vote. You and Ted have carefully exposed and layed out the history and the very dangers of the SDA which even gives much more solid reasons to rightly not vote for Carson and vote for Trump! God bless you brother.

  • Diana

    I really find myself questioning your motives sometimes, Walid.

    • Please do. Never stop questioning my motives. I have a conspiracy to accomplish.

      • Grandmere

        Douse it with more hot sauce. We LOVE hot sauce.

        • susan

          Lol. 😀

        • mspip

          the hotter the better!

      • Diana

        I think you should report on all the candidates. For instance, the Constitution clearly states that BOTH parents have to be native-born citizens, so what are Rubio and Cruz doing running?
        Barry was not vetted or this would have come out about his parents, and candidates on both sides, including the mainstream Prestitutes stood by silently while he was being elected.
        Look at the state of the ME and the US now. What a nightmare we’ve wrought!

  • AnthonyM

    Saw recently the GOP is in a panic and wants to draft Romney. Wasn’t losing to Obama enough?

    Good find on the song.

  • edwitness

    Carson is not a great advocate for the 2nd ammendment either. But, It seems that it doesn’t take “a strong delusion” for some to be decieved. The quickest of Google searches shows that Trump was for abortion until he was against it, and then just barely.

    On NBC’s Meet the Press in 1999, Trump told Tim Russert that while he “cringe[s] to hear people debating the subject” of partial birth abortion he “still just believes in choice.” Huh?! Eleven years later when eyeing the White House for the first time, Trump suddenly changed his mind, saying he is and has been “pro-life.” How to explain the change? “As I’ve grown older, I’ve changed my views.” That’s great and all, but most people at least try to come up with a valid rationale for those changes.

    The Art of Political Opportunism:
    This election cycle, Trump’s views on abortion have come full-term. Some will give him a pass, (like those at this “christian” website) arguing that he has matured in his views like Ronald Reagan once did. But Reagan wrote an entire book, making a reasoned case for his new belief. Trump just gave some rambling interviews.

    True to form, Trump regularly refinances his views based on their political costs.
    Voters shouldn’t be convinced and they shouldn’t be surprised at his most recent crass opportunism. After all, a record of campaign cash contributions speaks louder than sound bites.

    For the last two decades, Donald Trump has supported the most extreme of abortion advocates. His moral trepidation didn’t stop him from bankrolling high profile pro-choice Democrats like Hillary Clinton, Harry Reid, and Chuck Schumer. Donald didn’t feel squeamish about partial birth abortion or embryonic stem cell research when he signed their checks. Those politicians have dedicated their careers to the defense of abortion—and at least they’re consistent and honest about it.

    A money man by trade, Trump regularly refinances his views based on their political costs. Trump stumped for universal healthcare in the early 2000’s, now he opposes it. He once called for an end to the War on Drugs, now he supports it. He once supported abortion and now he opposes it and no one should be surprised. He used to love gun control and now…well, we’ll see.

    And as for SDA’s support of Hitler, there is enough blame to go around for all Christian churches in Germany at that time. As I understand it, the only church that did not bow to Hitler in some way there was the cult of the Jehovah’s Witnesses.

  • nancy williams

    Walid loved this piece thank you and God bless

  • More and more and more interesting as the days pass…

  • Eric Mueller
  • Seraphim2478

    I enjoyed the article and I think the silver lining with this tragedy , is that people are real angry and more and more people are waking up to the real foundations of Islam and the constraints upon our speech that political correctness has had US shackled to. I am bit of a forum stalker and I surveyed over this weekend the tempermeant of comments and what we are seeing is people speaking up against Islam and not just against terrorists! Very encouraging to say the least and I agree with what you said about Americans being overly concerned about people’s sensibilities. I have become aware that being politically correct is sinful, because it is based on falsehood or lieing. As Christians it would behoove us all to make sure we speak the truth and not soft peddle the hard things we must say, we must season everything with salt, Jesus Christ said we are “the light of the world, a city set on a hill cannot be hidden” and as St Paul said we must, “expose the works of darkness”.

  • Bilbo

    Great article. I know a few SDAs who are truly saved, but very few. As well, some of Carson’s affiliations are coming to light, and they ain’t kosher.

    Gonna go with Trump, as Pat Paulsen is deceased.

  • Stephen Dalton

    Walid, thanks for being vocal in denouncing Carson’s SDAism.
    Wow, the SDA sucked up to the Nazis in WWII. I knew the JW’s tried to, but this is a new one for me. BTW, Herbert Armstrong, whom I used to follow, was a Hitler lover too. He used Mein Kampf as a manual on how to control people.
    The statistics from that report from Oregon made me think I was reading about my old cult, the Worldwide Church of God, for we had the same kind of problems this group had. Since the Armstrong group was a spiritual descendant of the Church of God 7th Day, which was a spinoff of the 7th Day Adventist sect, it would be natural(?) for them to have similar dysfunctional behaviors, just like they would have similar false doctrines.

    • mspip

      how well i know about wcg!. was in it for about 20 years. it is dead now, only way to describe it. not much different in it than in a protestant type church.

    • Julie

      This is ALL news to me as well…couldn’t watch Herbert for more than 2 minutes but didn’t know he came out of Oregon?…

  • susan

    Trump for President and no other.
    Thank you for writing this article. It had to be done. The SDA movement is a cult. I’m sorry Ben Carson fell for it.

  • “Your assertions of Carson being a Nazi sympathizer is utterly ridiculous, and frankly so are you. ”

    Your failure to show the quote where I said this is utterly ridiculous, and frankly so are you. What I revealed was that Carson is “member” of an organization that was affiliated with Nazis which is undeniable and if you want to simply sweep this under the rug it makes you not just an ignoramus but also an asshole. Next time you accuse, learn the first thing in proper refutation and that is to show a quote.

    “You and Trump have a lot in common and that is your over inflated egos and your umnabashed capacity to believe you are both superior to all other people.”

    Another psychoanalyzing asshole who loves to use terms like “id” “ego” and “superego” and thinks this is a proper refutation. I took psychology in the U.S and laughed at the idiotic crap because people who always put their life on the line defies this nonsense.

    “It’s too bad that people like the two of you seem to influence many people to drink your koolaid.”

    What is too bad is your inability to show a quote that was in error. And this alone makes you “an asshole”.

    • Grandmere

      Put some hot sauce on it Chef! I never saw any koolaid on the menu. That’s why I like your falafel stand so much. Burn, baby, burn!!! LOL

      • RodK1975

        It’s sweet Guyanan kool-aid… ;-))

        • Grandmere

          I always want to go out to play when the Chef calls them what they are.

    • richinnameonly

      Wleed, I’ve got to hand it to you for your ability to maintain your sanity and also have a sense of humor. Unless you have us all fooled and have already lost it! I think Carson has spoken out of both sides of his mouth about fetal tissue. Right after the Planned Parenthood videos he said there was no excuse for their sale of tissue because there was ample tissue for research available from other sources. Politicians are very slippery.

    • mspip

      ron did not like the baby with hitler mustache. carson too smooth, something about him just not right.

      • Catbr

        Ha ha. The picture of the baby Hitler was funny. I liked that one.

      • Catbr

        Ha ha. The picture of the baby Hitler was funny. I liked that one.

  • Strange that you commented here http://solomonsporch.tv/Articles/Donald-Trump-Trumpet-Of-God.aspx and the article was pro Trump and you never told that guy that he was “full of shit”.

    And what type of a lady uses such language? Do you always have a habit of spewing what you normally eat?

    “He’s a CATLICK monster and works for the Vatican.WATCH OUT FOLKS…”

    If you read the article you would have learned that negative advertisements helps. Make sure you keep spreading it around. It helps my ratings.

    Now go and eat what you spew and take that skull cap off, its not meant for idiots.

    • RodK1975

      I… I’ve never heard “catlick” used as an insult before… this is a first for me…

      And really, Mr Shoebat, you should really try to do a better job… I mean, an agent of the Vatican should be supporting and propagandizing one of the three Roman Catholics in the Presidential race and not the Presbyterian… ;-))

      • Julie

        They have about 3000 people working at the Vatican and Mr Shoebat isn’t one of them.

        • Maria

          Many people believe I am an agent of the Pope himself. Its quite the advertisement Julie and you’r messing it all up 😉

          Its strange what people tend to believe isn’t it.

          • Julie

            Yes…a joke…

        • RodK1975

          It was a joke…

    • Do these losers ever bring anything constructive? After reading the swill from this pig, it’s probably best to obliterate her from this thread. She’s a pervert.

  • You express exactly what I think as well Nagra. Glad to make you laugh 😉

  • I wish you can provide a link with the Savage so I can talk to him next time I get on his show.

  • RodK1975

    That’s my favorite internet cat picture of all-time…

  • Grandmere

    Chef doesn’t have time for a nap. He’s busy brewing up some very strong coffee to wake people up.

    • Trevor

      Walid making coffee? I think he is using smelling salts. Probably why so many run screaming from this falafel stand.

      • mspip

        why do they run screaming when they see the truth in front of their eyes??? either we learn to like the truth or continue in falsehoods.

        • Trevor

          You answered your own question.

      • mspip

        why do they run screaming when they see the truth in front of their eyes??? either we learn to like the truth or continue in falsehoods.

  • richinnameonly

    I think one of the knocks on Cruz has something to do with his father. You may be able to use search here on this site for more info and I believe the MSM is now talking about his father. You should research and decide if it’s relevant. Cruz can be impressive in debates and looks tenacious.

  • Linda

    Ben Carson just said in Florida that he disagrees with Jeb Bush’s intervention, and with Congress’s proposed intervention in saving Terri Schaivo’s life several years ago. He couldn’t see any reason for any outside intervention which would have kept Terri alive.

    Carson’s exact words, “I think it was much ado about nothing”, as he stated that she was destined to die anyway. This is from a man who is a medical doctor.

    Let me repeat: Dr. Carson speaking about Terri Schiavo’s murder: “It was much ado about nothing”. What a heartless, chilling comment! How shameful!

    • mspip

      that was pretty cold.

  • Shannon Courtney

    It took me a while, Wallid, but Trump now has my vote and my parents, Ret Col and retired parochial school principal that got a blue ribbon award for her school’s excellency in the 1990’s, tambien/too! Amen!

  • mspip

    me too! some of it a little difficult to take but then so was quinine and cod liver oil…. getting rid of some long held falsehoods.

  • DANTEontheLake

    Here is a great link to give another view on what Trump is doing. (He is always several steps ahead of everyone and is out foxing the foxes)

    http://blog.dilbert.com/post/133133670296/trump-on-carson

    • DANTEontheLake

      Levin and Savage are, in my opinion, alarmed by the fact that Trump is using some of the tactics that the left has so successfully used against all who oppose them. The difference is that Trump does not make stuff up.

      • DANTEontheLake

        My initial opinion of Ben Carson has not changed. He was very good doctor, but would not make a good president.

    • DANTEontheLake

      After reading the above article and this article, why is Donald Trump commenting about popular culture?

      http://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/ufc/2015/11/15/donald-trump-takes-shot-ronda-rousey-after-stunning-loss/75844144/

  • Diana

    I agree, but Trump has told a lie or two himself. Who are we fooling? The state of the union at this point in history, can’t be fixed. At this point in human history, only Jesus can.

  • “Wow, what a disgusting article.”

    You have not shown a disgusting quote from it. What a disgusting comment.

    “I’ve never seen Trump worship go as far as to compare one of his competitors to Nazis”

    Never did that you slanderer. SDA, his religious affiliation loved the Nazis.

    “but Trump followers have to abandon even the slightest moral aptitude to maintain their love of the TV personality.”

    Are you kidding? Trump is a business man, at times a thug, power hungry, but at least he would be ruthless with many issues. Its like a choice between Iran ruling Iraq or Saddam ruling Iraq. I’d choose Saddam.

    “Trump donated to the Clintons …”

    Yes and so did so many of your evangelical pastors went running after a Mormon and Glenn Beck donating to these too.

    “Yet, you will rabidly attack …”

    Rabidly?

    “anyone (even Mark Levin) who doesn’t feign unending adoration upon your reality TV idol.”

    Never knew that Levin is beyond critique. Levin followers have to abandon even the slightest moral aptitude to maintain their love of the Radio personality. (a taste of your own medicine) It’s sad, disgraceful, and gives a bad name to anything resembling Christianity.

    “Just as a matter of interest, was Carson ever asked directly about his beliefs, or were these just the standard “cult” slanders we seen thrown around by people who don’t agree with other’s beliefs?”

    Are you blind? He is MEMBER of the SDA. The SDA denies the Trinity, believes that Lucifer takes away sins, that Jesus is not mediator, linked to the Nazis …

    “Whether Carson is right or wrong in his beliefs, I do not know.”

    Another silly comment. You say “I do not know” yet you did not address a single quote from the article which was trying to help you know.

    ” What I do know,”

    You know nothing.

    ” is that gossip and slander is a very, very serious sin before God.”

    Excuse me? Is Carson MEMBER of the SDA or NOT?

    “The words of a gossip are like choice morsels; they go down to the inmost parts. Proverbs 18:8”

    And I asked you to SHOW ME A LINE OF GOSSIP.

    “As Trump sinfully and wrongfully compared Carson to a child molester,”

    SHOW TRUMP’s QUOTE. LIKE I AM SHOWING YOUR SILLY QUOTES. DO SOME HOMEWORK.

    “The big question is: what if you get your wish? What if Trump is elected? You’ll have a president who openly mocks the very idea of Christian conversion and who’s Bibles are in a “special place outside the city.””

    Trump Mocked Carson NOT Christian conversion.

    Okay, let me make it simple for you. What is your proof that the SDA is Christian?

    ““Do not put your trust in princes, in men who cannot save.” Psalm 146:3″

    I trust no one. Not even YOU.

    “I tell you, on the day of judgment people will give account for every careless word they speak . . .” Matthew 12:36”

    Including yours for promoting the Seventh Day Adventist CULT.

  • Maria

    “So, I do not find being a Seventh Day Adventist a problem
    They love God, they believe in Jesus”

    So, according to the SDA believe that Jesus is Michael the Archangel is not a problem for you?
    How can they love God, when the SDA deny the Deity of Jesus. Michael the Archangel is not God.
    Jesus said “Whoever believes in me, as Scripture has said, rivers of living water will flow from within them.” John 7:38.
    What comes of “Ellen G White “ is not rivers of living waters.

    • Elaina Parton

      Are you judging Dr Carson’s church and religion? What I said I meant.
      The Seventh Day Adventist Love Jesus and believe in the Holy Bible
      and in God. There are absolutely no requirements to what religion a US president must have or that he has to have any. However wikipedia has a list of all presidents and their religions. Pick on Mormonism, Baptist, Lutheran, Episcopalian, Catholic —they will all have their own articles of belief, but what I was saying SDA believes in God, Jesus and the Bible- it does not matter if their are other quirks because Dr Carson or Donald Trump can be any religion and be elected president of the US. And I am
      nondenominational, background of Baptist and know Seventh Day Doctors and hospitals are the best and pray for their patients because I worked in one and our docs were SDA. It just happens Islam does not believe in the God of Abraham in the Holy Bible
      or the Holy Bible which princibles the US Constitution is based on. Ask
      Walid Shoebat about that. They believe in the Quran.

      • “Are you judging Dr Carson’s church and religion?”

        Yes I am.

        “The Seventh Day Adventist Love Jesus and believe in the Holy Bible and in God.”

        Not true. A cult can also be made known because they always have a contradictory book or literature (like the Book of Mormons and the Jehovah Witness re-write of the Bible) which they claim has equal or greater “weight” than the holy Bible. Seventh Day Adventists usually place Ellen White’s contradictory writings in this league. Also, a cult will always claim that only they are the true Church. Early in Ellen White’s writings, she called the rest of Christendom “Babylon”. She said only the Seventh Day Adventists are the saved “Remnant” Church. Can you see how this works on the mind of the gullible? Jehovah Witnesses and Seventh Day Adventists and Mormons and Christian Scientists can’t all be right –that only they will be saved. Who wouldn’t want to belong to the only true church? Millions and millions of people flood out of mainline Christian churches to be counted among these “Saints”, who share one thing in common. They all contradict Jesus, holy scripture and the teachings of the apostles of Jesus. A cult must make its followers believe that they alone are a special “remnant” people.

        “but what I was saying SDA believes in God, Jesus and the Bible- it does not matter if their are other quirks because Dr Carson or Donald Trump can be any religion and be elected president of the US. And I am
        nondenominational, background of Baptist and know Seventh Day Doctors and hospitals are the best and pray for their patients because I worked in one and our docs were SDA. It just happens Islam does not believe in the God of Abraham in the Holy Bible or the Holy Bible which princibles the US Constitution is based on. Ask Walid Shoebat about that. They believe in the Quran.”

        Also not true. Muslims, Mormons, SDA, JW, all cults say they believe in Jesus and the Bible. The twist is in the details. SDA believes that Lucifer takes away your sins and Jesus is the angel Michael. They deny the Trinity and that hell does not exist. They are annihilationists and they do not believe Jesus interceded for us. Do some research. That plus their links with the Nazis historically is overwhelming.

  • I listened to it. I have heard Savage say worse things than Trump. But I think Savage wants Trump to change course. I wouldn’t worry about it. I care more about Jews like Savage and Levin know what the SDA is about. Give it couple weeks and it will go away.

  • ace
    • Julie

      Hi Ace…just came across it and put in two posts today…down here at the bottom…now I am really seeing a different Dr Carson…and I did thoroughly read Terry’s autopsy.

      • susan

        Her death made me rethink some previously held beliefs. Now I’ve told my parents that there are some things I might withhold. Water, food and pain medication would NOT be on the list.

        • Julie

          I just unsubscribed from Carson’s.

          Well…when a person begins to die, first…the taste of favorite food is not so good….and then they don’t want to eat….just little sips of water…and then the test at the time they don’t want to eat or around that time once they are in hospice is to evaluate how they swallow.

          I remember Christ on the Cross, “I thirst.”

          I was given POA for my father. I did not want him to suffer from dehydration. But with his chronic pulmonary obstruction disease, the fluid intake was causing him to have fluid build up in his lungs…so when I came in…they told me this, it made me cry…and said OK, stop the IV’s of fluids….they said it was painful for him to have new tubes go into his lungs to remove the fluids….so then we just swabbed his mouth and lubricated his lips and good palliative care is when the person is not doped out but simply coherent and comfortable.

          Alot to think about…and also antibiotics are used as comfort care…but their effectiveness is about 14 days so when the pills are gone…it is basically various forms of opiates from under the tongue to the buccal area of the mouth, to patches and suppositories…I have done mostly cancer patients.

        • Julie

          go to http://www.lifenews.com….Terri‘s brother…”I will never forget the face of my sister Teri dying…at death…didn’t get rest…but it is there horrific…

          and you see pictures of her obviously responding to love shown her by her family

          Death with Dignity and husband’s doing.

    • Julie

      Also forgot to mention that the people involved with Terry’s death were the death with dignity people and wanting to use her case to further their cause.

      She was happy, cheerful…it is unethical to put someone down who is clinically depressed and they are disposing them…or those who just don’t like loosing control of their elimination….so sad.

      People with no one to care for them at death suffer the most…and Terry’s family was restricted…in a room mostly by herself.

    • Julie

      The Death with Dignity crowd was the one with Michael Shiavo…coming back now…10 years ago…

      • ace

        Look up Schiavo, George Felos (Michael’s attorney), and Scientology. (And, Scientology grants for one of their front organizations, the World Literacy Crusade—a Scientology reading program designed for public schools authorized by Florida Gov Jeb Bush)

        Forced Dehydration is a painful way to die – how could Ben Carson, a physician not know this? Look up dying of dehydration in the desert. With Teri Schiavo, they wouldn’t even let her have ice chips. I tell you, I’ll take my chances with aspirating a few drops of water into my lungs. People can get so thirsty when someone is forcefully dehydrating them that they even welcome licking their own blood from cracked lips…

        • Julie

          I am reflecting on her last image….like something out of a horror show…but what they did…is reflected in the body of this poor woman.

          Yes…any dr should know…any way, I unsubscribed today. Enough is enough.

    • Julie

      Go to Lifenews.com…”I will never forget the face of my beautiful sister dying.”…the sketch is there and it is absolutely horrific.

  • Julie

    Just read this am that Carson considered Terry Schiavo’s dying process much ado about nothing.

    Her autopsy stated her motory skills were dead…But the media didn’t report as well that her part of the brain that controls cognition was all there.

    She was Catholic and did not have Catholic hospice. She was dehydrated to death and the family has a sketch of what she looked like at death…her tongue had the texture of hamburger, her lower eye lids red, her eyes sunken and deep dark circles around her eyes. Prior she had turned her head side to side constantly, while a vase of roses were kept fresh with water.

    The priest and family were heavily monitored by the guards at the secular, new age like hospice center.

    Michael Shiavo and the drs of death he worked with, implemented in Florida legislature that the feeding tube can be removed. So it was and when Terry found out they were removing the feeding tube, she cried out, ‘no….!’.

    Pope John Paul II was told of her treatment and was shocked as he lay dying.

    It was a riveting time.

    I will supply the link later today.

    Talk about the media changing people’s values and morality…………

    • mspip

      media and their big daddy evil…. this is a revelation to me. i remember when she was in the news a lot. poor woman must have been wishing for the water that she saw in the vase of roses. carson must not be elected.

      • Julie

        Go to http://www.Lifenews.com and look up Terri’s Brother’s…”I will never forget the face of my beautiful sister Terri’…” they give you a sketch of what she actually looked liked….Death with Dignity…she was mostly left alone…horrific.

  • Julie

    Here is the article by the Washington Post, November 11, 2015 regarding Carson’s opinion of the Terry Schiavo case.

    I followed this case very closely and have done a number of hospice cases, as well as provided hospice to the top dr for better patient care on my state, who also contributed to the Journal of Palliative Care.

    https://washingtonpost.com/news/post=politics/wp/2015/11/13/ben-carson-says-the-Terri-Schiavo-case-was-'much-ado-about-nothing

    I have a minor in education and chose a class on special ed as well as put up an summer art program that included the school where the mentally disabled attended, a number of them children of college professors. Terry’s cognition, her awareness was the same as these.

    There are comments on there reflecting the media’s cherry picking of the autopsy because most Americans cannot read such. They did admit the State had the autopsy report available to the public…but it is very telling how fast the media got hold of it and gave the public its take.

    Terry did have her entire motory skills part of her brain destroyed. But that which controls thought, cognition, awareness, understanding of communications to put it further — was fully intact and not damage.

    Terry would be visibly upset every time her husband would come to visit her behind closed doors. And they would come in to find syringes in the bucket.

    Her dying process could never fit in with that considered better patient care for the dying and that true hospice always gives the patient hope, even towards the end of their life. We have swabs to wipe their mouths and to keep their oral cavity fresh. The cannulas for many of the living who are on oxygen, complain of pain in the nostrils so there is ointment to facilitate some kind of hydration because otherwise dehydration is very painful to anyone at any stage of life.

    As was stated prior, the roses in her room were better taken care of than her, the roses always with fresh water.

    They thought Terri would die soon as her brain was all gone, they thought.

    Terri endured great suffering for 13 days before she died.

    And she thrashed back and forth constantly, while alive her face was a horrible site to see. I saw the sketching made of her online awhile back.

    Michael Schiavo and this association of euthanasia associates were successful in allowing the feeding tube taken out, in response to Terri’s family having the tube reinserted prior at her family’s request. Michael had taken the case to the Florida State legislature…a very aggressive person he was, and intimidating. And as soon as she died, he jumped into the car so fast, he took off to get the insurance.

    This was a shocking death and the news travelled all around the world, and John Paul II heard of it as well and upset on his death bed.

    I am also reading that Dr Carson referred patients to abortionists.

    So there is a price to pay to be distinguished in this culture, I am afraid.

  • marlene

    Truth to Trump and lies from carson, the violent tempered phony with snake oil rhetoric. BUT, I would never demean natural born Americans by putting them in the same category as other American when complaining about “Americans.” Tsk Tsk! Such rhetoric makes the allegiance of such people suspect and is one of the reasons that so many people do not trust them. Nevertheless, this is an article that supports my research and opinion on both candidates. Keep carson away from the white house. TRUMP 2016-2024.

    • marlene

      PS: Levin is highly unstable and I listen to what he says with a grain of salt. Most of his rhetoric merely belies his emotional outbursts of childish affrontery. Ever since he tried to change the Ten Commandments and came out with his own Bill of Rights, he lost most of his credibility,

  • So tell me, what issues did I bring that your addressed? None.

    Now you think that you have become educated so you go to the official website and you post the faulty understanding of the SDA’s trinity. Here are some quotes that clarify what “trinity” SDA believes in and I expect you do your own homework before you start your nonsense:

    “She [Ellen G. White] taught that the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit are three distinct individuals, which is not true of the medieval doctrine of the Trinity. […]” (From SDA Seminary professor Dr. Jerry Moon’s presentation of the above paper at the Adventist Theological Society’s 2006 “Trinity Symposium”.

    “I just wanted to comment, in line with what has already been said, but that there were several tribes that were identified by the Papacy as Arian. Ellen White warns us, however, about the fact that the Papal historical process has actually confused many issues. But I would like to say, I think there were seven non-orthodox, which means those who did not hold their brand of Trinitarianism, which we reject today, along with them. So, we probably would have been branded as Arian by the orthodox.” (SDA scholar and author A. LeRoy Moore, at the panel Q&A Session at the ATS 2006 “Trinity Symposium,”

    I have not “made up facts” and I don’t know what context you are talking about my name calling. Many who love to find a spec go roundabout like babies crying to their mommy “did you see what he called me?”. Now go do some serious homework. I don’t have time for nonsense.

  • I don’t have a complaint department and have zero time for cry babies. I am not sure what you are talking about. Did someone call you “A hole”? Its not me. I recall telling a commenter who called one of my other commenters “A hole” and I told him “no, you’r the a hole” and asked them to stop the name calling. I do baby-sitting once in a while. But not today. I am extremely busy transporting Christian widows, whose husbands were killed by ISIS and they just arrived in Spain. Do you have any idea what that takes?

    Now go to your mommy and tell her “did you see what he called me?” But first make sure to point at the right kid who called you names. However, I am not in the pointing-name-callers business and as I said, I have no time for babies who do not first show quotes and references. Okay? Go now, common go go.

  • Trevor

    I have often wondered if Jesus ever played pranked on His disciples. Would walking on water count since it frightened the disciples out of their wits?

    • Seraphim2478

      Perhaps, or maybe the old testament where God gave Israel’s enemies hemmoroids, haha

  • Julie

    He has not spoken about what he actually believes within the SDA’s and there are different kinds of congregations.

    I am waiting for someone to come forward and ask him what he believes within the SDA’s.

  • Julie

    hmmmm…..there was reference to the Nazis on SNL…if I am missing something…?….

  • Julie

    Trump used to be a Catholic…and I think there was another in between the former and the Presbyterian Church, if I am correct.

  • Julie LaBrecque

    Then Jesus will kill Himself too, as He worshipped on Sunday.

  • richinnameonly

    I agree. I have done things I shouldn’t have, but don’t tell anyone in case I decide to run for President.

  • I edited your diatribe since you stated:

    “There is nothing stated in this long and hate filled tirade that is true.”

    Yet you showed zero lines and zero quotes that are not true. You showed NO refutation to what was written about the SDA. Until then, I will not pay attention to the photos. Everyone knows that there were a few Catholics who were Nazis which we exposed in the past. This compares little to the SDA. Once you provide a line by line refutation with evidence then I will not mind dealing with your photos here. This is how things are done in the real world.