Evangelical White Women Destabilize The World


Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump (R) shakes hands with co-headliner Jerry Falwell Jr., leader of Liberty University in Virginia, at a campaign event in Iowa. (Reuters)

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/made-by-history/wp/2018/01/15/the-radicalism-of-martin-luther-kings-nonviolent-resistance/?utm_term=.640ab8cbdfc3

Attack Of The Fifty Foot White Christian Mall Woman – With Buying Power!

Above is an article about the leftist-radial side of Martin Luther King. We are reminded he changed the world in a secular manner – too!

Above is a photo of Oprah and Reese having a Ebony & Ivory moment with women – only! How dishonest! The future of all mankind is being discussed. The cloak of invisibity is being removed from Man for the good of women everywhere. Things will be getting much better from now on. I was waiting for Oprah to ask Ms. Witherspoon a question. If this male reporter was invited to the Woman’s Love Fest, I would have asked……..

“Ms. Spoon. You come from White Cracker Stock in South Carolina, and know many Redneck Women. Why did millions of White Evangelical College Educated Women vote for Trump – and Roy Moore – knowing these men sexually abused women?”

Reese would have choked and screamed “Cut!” with Oprah following suit, because these two are Branded Capitalist Women. They sell products to highly educated racist women who run your local mall. These women are not Socialist Do-gooders like Mary White Ovington. To declare war on half the women in America, would bring on massive boycotts of every product that can be associated with them. It would be equal to being a accused child abuser like Woody Allen. Your career would be………….Gone With The Wind!

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mary_White_Ovington

Walking home from the mall yesterday, I had an walking nightmare. Offshore conglomerates are coming home, to allegedly abandon their offshore tax exempt status that they established for the sake of their shareholders – who own most of the world’s money. But, this is a ruse. What they want to do is create Mega Church Hobby Lobby, and, nurture the Greatest Consumer Class the world has ever known.  Scarlet O’Hara is the model for The New Woman Shopper. She is a Southern Evangelical – with an attitude! College educated white women who did not amount to much, will own SPENDING-PLUS! Thanks to White Women in the Red States, The Monster is free to roam, they knowing they own the IMMUNITY CREDIT CARD. It’s now a privilege to hate!

As they strut about the malls, the Holy Haters will be able to look down their nose at those who are not one of them. They know they are what the Abusive Church has wanted for over two thousand years – BLIND LOYALTY! Angry White Women will man the walls – and destroy anyone who opposes THEM at the polls. The Shareholders For Jesus will reward their Consumer Flock, and financially ruin the opposition with ‘Jesus Love’. Trump is seen as a Messiah. His threat to take funding away from Palestinian refugees has to be addressed by all Christian leaders, including Pope Francis – and the World Bank!

This is………The Age of Big Sister! The last of the Bohemian Men will be brought to the Mall Tribunals, and……….SHAMED! Laws will be passed against their Seduction Techniques. Artists will be forbidden to approach models in person, or on line. Virginal Jesus will be their Holy Muse, that no mortal man can hold a candle to.

Two months ago I noticed that my blogs were more than coming true. It was as if I was God, tweeting the future. My friends and community deserted me when I harped about my Godzilla Run. When I saw students in Honolulu running for their lives, my prophecy had come true. Godzilla represents the atomic bomb White Men dropped on Asian People next door to North Korea. What we are looking at is The New Cold War, that is being run by White Women who gained power over Black Women. This is a Woman’s Cold War!

https://rosamondpress.com/2016/07/29/my-brother-the-misogynist-and-racist/

In other words, if White Christian Women did not vote for a pervert who admitted he abused several women, then there would not have been PANIC in the streets! Was this God’s plan? Was this FEAR…………ordained? Why didn’t half-crazed people take more videos of themselves running for their lives, and crying for mercy? Where are the cowering images taken down in the that shithole – with last confessions?

One thing is for sure, I have been………….REDEEMED!

Jon Presco

“Repent!”

Play both videos at the same time with GOD-zilla sounds lowered.

https://rosamondpress.com/2017/04/05/the-godzilla-run-2/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Godzilla

Godzilla is depicted as an enormous, destructive, prehistoric sea monster awakened and empowered by nuclear radiation. With the nuclear bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki and the Lucky Dragon 5 incident still fresh in the Japanese consciousness, Godzilla was conceived as a metaphor for nuclear weapons.[17] As the film series expanded, some stories took on less serious undertones, portraying Godzilla as an antihero, or a lesser threat who defends humanity. With the end of the Cold War, several post-1984 Godzilla films shifted the character’s portrayal to themes including Japan’s forgetfulness over its imperial past,[18] natural disasters, and the human condition.[19]

http://www.eonline.com/news/906041/oprah-winfrey-interviews-reese-witherspoon-natalie-portman-and-more-stars-about-time-s-up

https://rosamondpress.com/2016/08/09/the-holy-happy-hand-clappy-people/

“Back in December, after Natriana Shorter, who is African-American, won the crown for Miss Oregon, Albert commented on a KEZI news story that, “I know this is going to sound racist and it’s not my intention. But I can’t help but think it’s awfully strange that a woman of color would represent [the] state of Oregon. The state that has one of the smallest amount of minorities of any race compared to other states. And yes, she is very beautiful.”

Exit polls show white evangelical voters voted in high numbers for Donald Trump, 80-16 percent, according to exit poll results. That’s the most they have voted for a Republican presidential candidate since 2004, when they overwhelmingly chose President George W. Bush by a margin of 78-21 percent. Their support for Trump will likely be seen as part of the reason the GOP candidate performed unexpectedly well in Tuesday’s election, according to Five Thirty Eight.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/post-politics/wp/2018/01/15/on-mlk-day-president-trump-visits-trump-golf-course/?utm_term=.1a5d81147045

President Trump’s first stop Monday was Trump International Golf Club, apparently beginning the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday with golf rather than the charitable service the slain civil rights leader’s family has urged as the best way to memorialize him.

https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/white-house/graham-my-memory-hasn-t-evolved-meeting-where-trump-referred-n837796

 WASHINGTON — Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., told a South Carolina newspaper on Monday that his “memory hasn’t evolved” about the White House meeting in which President Donald Trump reportedly referred to African nations as “shithole countries.

In an interview with The Post and Courier, Graham seemed to challenge the accounts of fellow Republican Sens. Tom Cotton of Arkansas and David Perdue of Georgia, who attended the bipartisan meeting last Thursday with Graham and have given shifting defenses of the president’s comments. After initially staying quiet, the two Trump-allied lawmakers issued a joint statement the day after the meeting saying they did not “recall” what the president had said. But in separate TV interviews Sunday, they outright denied that Trump had made the comments.

I know what was said and I know what I said,” Graham said Monday.

http://www.newsweek.com/trump-looks-slash-millions-funding-palestinian-refugees-despite-warnings-move-781196

http://www.cnn.com/2018/01/15/world/russia-us-lavrov-trump-foreign-policy-intl/index.html

Lavrov criticized the US for issuing regular “threats” in relation to events in North Korea and Iran, saying they had “further destabilized” the global situation. He did not mention President Donald Trump by name, but the US President has issued stern threats to North Korea and Iran, sending a series of fiery Twitter posts attacking the leadership in both nations.

President Donald Trump has threatened to cut tens of millions of dollars in funding to the United Nations Agency for Palestinian refugees unless the Palestinians agree to peace talks with Israel, reports claim. 

“Damn your money,” the Palestinian leader said of Trump, warning that he would have no problem rejecting a peace plan viewed as unacceptable to Palestinians.

Abbas also attacked Trump for his controversial decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, despite longstanding U.S. policy.  

Abbas also directed the phrase “Yehreb beitak,” at Trump, which literally translates to “may your house be demolished,” prompting laughter from the crowd.

The U.S. is the UNRWA’s largest donor, providing nearly 30 percent of its total budget. The agency provides healthcare, education and social services to Palestinian refugees living in the West Bank, Gaza Strip, Syria, Lebanon, Jordan and other countries. 

Some officials, including Israelis, have warned that slashing funding to the agency could cause widespread frustration and push people closer to the militant Hamas movement, which currently controls Gaza, AP reports.

A United Kingdom Independent Party leader announced on Monday he ended his relationship with his model girlfriend after she reportedly made a string of “racist” remarks about Meghan Markle, including saying Prince Harry’s “black American” fiancée will “taint” the Royal family with “her seed.”

In an interview with Sky News on Monday, Henry Bolton, 54, said the remarks made by his former girlfriend Jo Marney, 25, were “indefensible.”

He added, “They were made in sort of heat of the moment in a difficult conversation, in a slightly provocative conversation. But they are not defensible in any way.”

In the text messages, published by The Mail on Sunday, Marney called the duchess-to-be a “dumb little commoner” who is “obsessed with race.” She also accused Markle of paving the way for a “black king” in the British monarchy. Marney also reportedly told her friend that she believed black people were “ugly” and “not [her] thing.”

This is Britain. Not Africa,” she texted. When her friend accused her of being “racist,” she replied: “Lol so what… Not wanting other races and cultures to invade your own culture doesn’t mean I hate their race. Just means I don’t want their cultures invading mine.”

Bolton said Marney, who describes herself as a “presenter, music journalist, model, actor [and] Brexiteer,” will be working to “put her life back after all this” and said the incident caused embarrassment. He told Sky News that he was “deeply unhappy” about people using Marney’s remarks to attack him.

In Alabama, Moore held a small edge among white women with college degrees and a roughly 25-point lead among white men with college degrees. Moore led by almost 50 points among white women without degrees and by 60 points among white men without college degrees.

The divide is notably stark, but Jones still did not prevail among any of these four groups. In 2016, the national exit poll found Hillary Clinton won white women with college degrees by a 51 to 44 percent margin, despite losing to Trump in the Electoral College.

She had me cornered. I was trying to reason with her and get away before things got out of hand. She kept coming at me, and the bed was right there, so I finally whapped her. And it was like Bozo the clown. She bounced off the bed as if nothing had happened, and just kept right on coming. I was finally able to get around and out of the room, and years later I asked her if she remembered me slapping her during that episode. She had no memory of it whatever.”

Christine Rosamond (October 24, 1947 – March 26, 1994), who became known by her middle name, Rosamond, was an American artist known for her paintings, watercolors, etchings, lithographs, and acrylics. Born Christine Rosamond Presco in 1947, she is best known for her use of negative space and the predominance of women in her pictures. Some of Rosamond’s most familiar pieces are “Blue Ice”, “Autumn”, and “Denim and Silk.” At one time, Rosamond’s 

The rapture concept then started to proliferate in America after the Civil War, through the efforts of figures like John Nelson Darby, who referred to it as Dispensationalism.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/made-by-history/wp/2018/01/15/the-radicalism-of-martin-luther-kings-nonviolent-resistance/?utm_term=.640ab8cbdfc3

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-middle-east-42687958

Why is the US creating the border force?

News of the coalition’s plan to work with the SDF to train a new Syrian Border Security Force (BSF) was first reported on Saturday by The Defense Post, which quoted a spokesman as saying that 230 individuals were currently participating in the “inaugural class”.

The coalition said on Monday that its goal was to create a force with about 30,000 personnel “over the next several years”. About half will be Kurdish and Arab SDF fighters and the other half new recruits.

http://www.cnn.com/2018/01/15/world/russia-us-lavrov-trump-foreign-policy-intl/index.html

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/acts-of-faith/wp/2017/12/13/there-was-an-enormous-gap-between-black-evangelical-voters-and-white-evangelical-voters-in-alabama/?utm_term=.4a5ccaab74ef

https://www.washingtonpost.com/graphics/2017/politics/alabama-exit-polls/?utm_term=.791a2478fa69

A United Kingdom Independent Party leader announced on Monday he ended his relationship with his model girlfriend after she reportedly made a string of “racist” remarks about Meghan Markle, including saying Prince Harry’s “black American” fiancée will “taint” the Royal family with “her seed.”

In an interview with Sky News on Monday, Henry Bolton, 54, said the remarks made by his former girlfriend Jo Marney, 25, were “indefensible.”

He added, “They were made in sort of heat of the moment in a difficult conversation, in a slightly provocative conversation. But they are not defensible in any way.”

In the text messages, published by The Mail on Sunday, Marney called the duchess-to-be a “dumb little commoner” who is “obsessed with race.” She also accused Markle of paving the way for a “black king” in the British monarchy. Marney also reportedly told her friend that she believed black people were “ugly” and “not [her] thing.”

This is Britain. Not Africa,” she texted. When her friend accused her of being “racist,” she replied: “Lol so what… Not wanting other races and cultures to invade your own culture doesn’t mean I hate their race. Just means I don’t want their cultures invading mine.”

Bolton said Marney, who describes herself as a “presenter, music journalist, model, actor [and] Brexiteer,” will be working to “put her life back after all this” and said the incident caused embarrassment. He told Sky News that he was “deeply unhappy” about people using Marney’s remarks to attack him.

https://www.thesun.co.uk/fabulous/5265576/jo-marney-ukip-leader-henry-bolton-ex-girlfriend-model-suspended-meghan-markle/

https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/protesters-tryto-arrest-sadiqkahn_us_5a5ad4f0e4b03c4189664b45

A group of right-wing protesters wheeled a homemade gallows outside a hall where London’s Muslim mayor was about to speak and tried to arrest him for disrespecting U.S. President Donald Trump, The Washington Post reported.

Mayor Sadiq Khan laughed it off, calling the protesters “very stable geniuses.” The crack was a dig at Trump, who said earlier this month in a tweet amid concerns about his mental fitness that he is a “very stable genius.” 

The half-dozen protesters calling themselves the White Pendragons managed to delay Khan’s planned speech on gender equality before members of the liberal Fabian Society for several minutes, The Guardian reported. They accused the mayor of “treachery” and “treason,” though it wasn’t entirely clear why. The gallows was decorated with a white dragon and the words: “Take Back Control.” The men waved an American flag and shouted pro-Brexit slogans.

WHO ARE THE WHITE PENDRAGONS?

The Pendragons are a white supremacist group that has a small but virulent online presence. Followers of the group can be identified by their use of a white dragon logo on social media. 

Their closed Facebook page reads: “If you can please show your support by flying the white dragon because we need to create and maintain the unity of all Britain’s, English, Welsh, Scots and Irish pro-active men and women who will all do whatever it takes to get this establishment educated on our constitutional rights.”

The leader of the group appears to be a man named Graham Moore who has cropped up as a commentator on Russia Today, talking about (in the words of the group) “radical Islamic terror in Europe and in the UK” and who ran as an MP for the nationalist English Democrats party in 2016.

The group uses thinly veiled white supremacist language spiked with references to “white rabbit”, and the “invasion” of the country, while publicly stating that they “welcome all whatever colour, race or religion”.

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/us-set-to-cut-un-money-for-palestinian-refugees/ar-AAuFJCy?li=BBmkt5R&ocid=spartandhp

Pendragon or Pen Draig (Middle Welsh pen[n] dragon, pen[n] dreic; composed of Welsh pen, “head, chief, top” and draig/dragon, “dragon; warrior”; borrowed from the Latin word dracō, plural dracōnēs, “dragon[s]”) literally means “Chief-Dragon” or “Head-Dragon”, but in a figurative sense, “chief leader”, “chief of warriors”, “commander-in-chief”, “generalissimo”, or “chief governor”. [1][2] is the epithet of Uther, father of King Arthur in medieval and modern Arthurian literature and occasionally applied to historical Welsh heroes in medieval Welsh poetry, such as Rhodri ab Owain Gwynedd.[3]

In the Historia Regum Britanniae, one of the earliest texts of the Arthurian legend, only Uther is given the surname “Pendragon”, which is explained by the author Geoffrey of Monmouth as literally meaning “dragon’s head”.

In the prose version of Robert de Boron‘s Merlin, the name of Uther’s elder brother Ambrosius is given as “Pendragon”, while Uter (Uther) changes his name after his brother’s death to “Uterpendragon”.

The use of “Pendragon” to refer to Arthur, rather than to Uther or his brother, is of much more recent vintage. In literature, one of its earliest uses to refer to Arthur is in Alfred Tennyson‘s poem Lancelot and Elaine, where, however, it appears as Arthur’s title rather than his surname, following contemporary speculation that “pendragon” had been a term for an ancient Welsh war-chief.[citation needed]

Mark Twain in A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court makes various satirical and scathing remarks about “The Pendragon Dynasty” which are in fact aimed at ridiculing much later British dynasties.

Among white evangelicals, regular churchgoers are the most supportive of Trump

White evangelicals overwhelmingly voted for Donald Trump in the 2016 election and were a key part of his constituency. As his presidency nears the 100-day mark, surveys conducted since Trump’s inauguration tell a similar story.

Three-quarters of white evangelical Protestants approve of the way Trump is handling his job as president, according to a new analysis of Pew Research Center surveys conducted in February and April. This is nearly twice as high as the president’s approval rating with the general public (39%).

Trump’s support from evangelicals is strongest among those who attend church regularly. Eight-in-ten white evangelical Protestants who attend church at least once a month approve of the way Trump is handling his job as president, including 67% who strongly approve of his job performance. White evangelical Protestants who attend church more sporadically approve of Trump’s job performance at a nearly comparable rate (71%), but they are significantly less likely than churchgoing evangelicals to strongly approve (54%). 

To be sure, most white evangelical Protestants have long been strongly supportive of Republicans. In the early days of the George W. Bush administration, fully 72% expressed approval of the way he was handling the responsibilities of being president, far exceeding Bush’s overall approval rating (54%). Surveys show, furthermore, that white evangelicals have grown even more likely to identify with the GOP in recent years.

But during the 2016 campaign, some commentators expressed surprise at Trump’s support from white evangelicals, and suggested that his evangelical support might have come disproportionately from those who are not particularly religious – namely, those voters who described themselves as “born-again” or “evangelical” Christians but who, in practice, rarely attended religious services. Some commentators argued that parts of Trump’s rhetoric as well as his life story made him an unsuitable electoral choice for evangelicals. And, indeed, during the Republican primaries, highly observant white evangelical Protestants tended to favor Ted Cruz, while less-religious evangelicals backed Trump over any other candidate.

But Trump’s current strong support from white evangelicals is consistent with their strong backing of him in the general election. In the months before Election Day, about three-quarters (77%) of white evangelical Protestant registered voters who attended church at least once or twice a month (including 78% of those who attended church weekly) said they would vote for Trump over Hillary Clinton. Among evangelicals who attend church less often, about two-thirds (67%) said they intended to cast their ballots for Trump.

Surveys also find that white evangelicals who say they seldom go to church are a relatively small group. This fact alone serves to limit their electoral clout. Among white evangelical Protestant registered voters interviewed in 2016 Pew Research Center surveys, nearly eight-in-ten said they attended religious services at least monthly, including 63% who said they attended religious services at least once a week. Only about one-in-five self-identified white evangelical Protestant voters said they attended religious services either a few times a year (12%) or less often (9%).

What about the connection between religious attendance and views of Trump within other large groups? Are less-religious members of other faiths more supportive of Trump than their more devout co-religionists?

Here again, while there is limited available data (because of sample size limitations), the answer appears to be no. In general, within religious groups, those who attend services regularly and those who attend services less frequently express similar views of Trump.

For example, half of white mainline Protestants who attend religious services at least monthly said during the campaign that they intended to vote for Trump (50%), as did 48% of white mainline Protestants who attend church less often. And among white Catholics – as with white evangelicals – those who attend religious services at least once or twice a month are more approving of Trump’s job performance than are white Catholics who attend Mass less often (61% vs. 44%).

About Royal Rosamond Press

I am an artist, a writer, and a theologian.
This entry was posted in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.