Since Friday there has been a fierce debate about the Indictments – which do not include MOTIVE. I have established motive. Here is the cherry on the cake. Putin founded the Nashi movement because the birthrate had fallen drastically. The Nashi were secular in the beginning. Open sex camps sprang up everywhere. As they became religious, they needed a Satan boogy-man. Obama was it. Then Hillary and her Lesbian Brigade. I suspect the ninety at the Cyber farm, are Nashi.
This is a real Crusade, folks, launched against the Democratic Party. Putin wants one party, under God, who hates Gays, and wants them exterminated. Pence is willing. This is what Hitler did. He went after the mentally ill in folks homes. Once family members agreed to off them, he had them. This is the purpose of Trump’s Wall. Americans agree to damn Mexicans to hell, and Gays are next.
“Lock her up!”
I am watching a show on Warren Jeff who raped children, as did Koresh. When they got caught, they brought the world to an end.
This video shows mass weddings with promise to have three children. Cult followers need a pay-off…..over and over, again! Something bad has to happed to Gays – again! The Nashis will be manning their computers come election time – again! Trump is doing nothing because he knows the outcome. He is a Traitor to the United States. He has a million crazy evangelical followers – armed to the teeth! The school shooter wore a red Trump cap, and spent much time on the internet. Young teenagers, unsure of their sexuality, are vulnerable.
Trump is a Rape Artist. Has he been to Nashi camps? Did he bed beauty contestants who had? Melania knows her Superman is in the other room slamming women up against the wall. This is Sex Abuse on a massive scale. What if there is a photo of Trump with a Russian Twink? Has Mueller seen it? All the Nashi are Aryan types, descendants from Vikings and Danes. White folks like to give signs of comradeship, just like the make-believe folks do in the movie Black Panther. They, cross their chest!
Weinstein is a bi-sexual rape artist. It’s about having power over others. If I am correct, and the proof becomes public truths, then the Republicans party, and the Evangelical cult, cease to exist. These are dangerous times.
SAN FRANCISCO — One hour after news broke about the school shooting in Florida last week, Twitter accounts suspected of having links to Russia released hundreds of posts taking up the gun control debate.
The accounts addressed the news with the speed of a cable news network. Some adopted the hashtag #guncontrolnow. Others used #gunreformnow and #Parklandshooting. Earlier on Wednesday, before the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., many of those accounts had been focused on the investigation by the special counsel Robert S. Mueller III into Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election.
Oddly, the Orthodox-evangelical alliance marks one of the few bright spots in an otherwise strained relationship between the United States and Russia. As one American banker in Moscow with close ties to Hilarion Alfeyev told me, “It is surely one of the most positive things taking place right now regarding US-Russian relations.”
“We want to promote the idea of the unity between the West and Russia on the basis of common Christian roots,” Sevastianov told Inside the Vatican magazine in 2009. “We believe in this alliance among traditional Christian countries…and we believe that, with a united voice, we can be a strong force against the radical secular world which has become dominant in our societies.”
The church’s close ties with American evangelicals reflect a shift in policy. For much of the post-Soviet period, the Russian Orthodox Church held evangelical denominations at arm’s length, fearing that they would compete for influence within Russia. But as the church has consolidated its power, it has come to view the evangelical community as a partner. “The ROC realizes that the evangelical denominations are not their opponents but rather their allies in the relations between the church and the secular population,” says Olga Kazmina, a professor of ethnology at Moscow State University.
“It’s a re-envisioned paradigm,” says Father Leonid Kishkovsky, head of the Orthodox Church in America’s Department of External Affairs. In many ways, it makes sense, he adds: both religious groups share an ideological commitment and have grown disillusioned with the way mainline churches have dealt with issues like gay marriage and abortion. “But what I’m quite nervous about is the ideological core which actually motivates both sides,” Kishkovsky says. “Where is the motivating force? Is it in faith? Or is it in political ideology?