Have you noticed all the rumors of war?


Is it just me, or are there a lot of ‘rumors of war?’

Why don’t we have ‘facts?’

The US has spy satellites, and spy planes, and un-manned drones over every hot spot. But, we do not know what is going on?


Why are we supporting coups all over the Muslim world?

Maybe it is good to get rid of governments, but I really do not think so.

Was social change and experimentation good in history?

Well, the great French Revolution gave us Napoleon and his slaughter of millions. The Great Depression gave us Adolf Hitler.

Supporting the overthrow in Egypt and Libya gave us war in Syria, Libya, & Mali … and now Egypt again.

Do you think getting rid of governments is a good thing?


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24 Responses to Have you noticed all the rumors of war?

  1. tadpolerider says:

    No, it is not just you. We are living in the End Times (biblical prophecy) where wars and rumors of wars will be very much a part of it all. As to why we don’t have the facts those running things don’t want us to know much about what is going on. And the news media is as liberal, bias and corrupt as they are and are their servants. The American people have voted for and support a Muslim for President who is a most dangerous man so naturally he is going to support the Muslim world and cause. Absolutely no good has come from drifting away from our conservative roots and biblical values. It is because we have done so that we are in the mess we are in today. I think getting involved in anything over in the Middle East is a big mistake with the exception of fully supporting Israel. and helping her defend herself against those who want to destroy her. But again, we have a President who does just the opposite of what we should do. Every day is another nail in our nation’s coffin. We are in the End Times!

    • Chicken little, the sky isn’t falling…

      • No, the sky is not falling. But, end times being end times, there is sure a lot of war in the Middle East.

        Thank you for stopping by,


      • Same as it ever was….10,000 years

      • Steve Newbauer says:

        The very fact that you made the comment you did is more proof of the fact we are living in the End Times. Read it for yourself … starting in 2 Peter 3:3:
        “Above all, you must understand that in the last days scoffers will come, scoffing and following their own evil desires.
        They will say, “Where is this ‘coming’ he promised? Ever since our ancestors died, everything goes on as it has since the beginning of creation.”
        But they deliberately forget that long ago by God’s word the heavens came into being and the earth was formed out of water and by water.
        By these waters also the world of that time was deluged and destroyed.
        By the same word the present heavens and earth are reserved for fire, being kept for the day of judgment and destruction of the ungodly.
        But do not forget this one thing, dear friends: With the Lord a day is like a thousand years, and a thousand years are like a day.
        The Lord is not slow in keeping his promise, as some understand slowness. Instead he is patient with you, not wanting anyone to perish, but everyone to come to repentance.
        But the day of the Lord will come like a thief. The heavens will disappear with a roar; the elements will be destroyed by fire, and the earth and everything done in it will be laid bare.” …
        and Matthew 24:37:
        “As it was in the days of Noah, so it will be at the coming of the Son of Man. For in the days before the flood, people were eating and drinking, marrying and giving in marriage, up to the day Noah entered the ark; and they knew nothing about what would happen until the flood came and took them all away. That is how it will be at the coming of the Son of Man.”
        In other words, life will be going on just as always for many people and they will be caught unaware and unprepared as they live their lives in disbelief and rejection of Truth. All but 8 people were utterly destroyed the first time God brought His judgement upon mankind. Go on and scoff if you please, but know that God will have the last laugh.

      • I feel better already. Please keep your religious views to yourself. They do not interest me or any other ‘freethinker’…

      • Steve Newbauer says:

        Let me ask you something Mr. free thinker. If I were driving past your house at 3:30 AM (when you are sound asleep in your bed) and I noticed that your house was on fire would you want me to knock on your door, yell loudly or whatever I could do to awaken you and your family so that you could escape certain death? Or would you prefer I just pass on by and not disturb your sleep? Would that be your attitude in such a situation? I think not! Well, wake up! Your house is on fire! Your eternal soul is about to be destroyed by hell fire. I used to be much like you … a hard hearted atheist who rejected any and all aspects of God and His Word in my life. You can read about it here: https://tadpolerider.wordpress.com/the-prayer-of-an-atheist/
        or you can choose to stay asleep until it is too late. God loves you so much that He created you with free will and the ability to choose. With that free will comes accountability to Him.

      • Don’t ring and drive on by, seriously. Your religion is simply, AND I DO MEAN simply, a product of your geography. If you were born in Medina, you’d be shoving Allah down my throat. SO drink the wine, and eat the bread, cannibal. What? You aren’t Catholic? Then you have less chance than I do to get to Heaven (corner pub). I’ll let my good works speak for me. And yes I’m a freethinker, not a lemming…

      • I have friends who converted to Christianity, and they grew up Muslim.

        There are miraculous calls from God to people all around the world.

        The difference in the West is westerners are programmed not to accept a spiritual reality. Those from the East have not been programmed. Westerners over think God and his reality.

      • And I know Christians who’ve converted to Islam, and most of my professor friends, sorry but the higher the education the less the drinking of Kool-aid, have left the church. Good luck to you sir. You your brain, not some cockamamie idea of ‘faith’…

      • Michael,

        You seem to confuse me with your image of a “cockamamie idea of ‘faith.'”

        My faith is built upon both Miracle and Science.

        You will notice I did not need to ridicule your faith.

        Thank you for your comment


      • “I contend we are both atheists, I just believe in one less god than you do. When you understand why you dismiss all the other possible gods, you will understand why I dismiss yours.” —Stephen F Roberts

      • Well.

        That sounds smooth. But so is baby sh!@.

        I am not an Atheist. I have been Agnostic. And having studied Religion and religions deeply, I think you misunderstand my position as a believer in Jesus Christ as the Creator God who rose from the grave.

        That is a miracle beyond Science, and beyond simple hyperbole.

        But, I am always willing to disagree amicably.


      • Fair enough. Jesus became a god when? When Constantine told the church elders to make it so? I have also studied religions deeply, so anytime you’d like to discuss.


      • No.

        Jesus revealed himself while on Earth. Look to the Prophets John & Paul. Long before Constantine dealt with Arian Heresy.

      • Revealed himself? To who. You can’t expect a history graduate to read the Bible as a document. Gilgamish survived a 40 day flood, Socrates said ‘do onto others’, the Roman census was in summer yet Jesus’s birth is in Dec. Tell it to a lamb, sir, not to a free thinking man. Thanks.

      • Gilgamesh is not related to the Bible. God can speak through Socrates. And we do not know when Jesus was actually born ….

        Jesus was the lamb, sir, the free thinking lamb of God.

        Very real.

      • That’s the point. Noah was a sequel. Gilgamish was before. We do know Jesus was born in May-July. There are two versions of Adam and Eve.
        Sic et non

      • Having studied liberal theology, I realize there are myths among the liberal theologians.

        But, none of their myths are based upon historical evidence. Except there was a flood, and Gilgamesh may have been a different story corroborating the Bible.

      • The Mesopotamian Epic of Gilgamesh, composed about 2500 BC, contains a flood story almost exactly the same as the Noah story in the Pentateuch, with a few variations such as the number of days of the deluge, the order of the birds, and the name of the mountain on which the ark rests. Andrew R. George submits that the flood story in Genesis 6–8 matches the Gilgamesh flood myth so closely, “few doubt” that it derives from a Mesopotamian account. What is particularly noticeable is the way the Genesis flood story follows the Gilgamesh flood tale “point by point and in the same order”, even when the story permits other alternatives.

        Not a myth, or a ghost…

      • Michael, few LIBERAL scholars. I have never read a single conservative scholar who would agree with them.

        Including me.

        And no, the stories do NOT follow each other, not even close. Both include a flood, a boat, and a man. Three simple points of agreement.

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