I Still Feel Unsafe

The first indication I and Kim Hafner were no longer friends, was when I told her about my blog on my friend who just died, and how prophetic this blog was. She then went into a rant saying I was no prophet and was deluded to think so. This suggested she came by her opinions after reading Royal Rosamond Press.  She than made up a story that I went off on her in her car by calling Christians “Nazi”…………..”all the time”.

I was shocked to know my friend was a LIAR who was saying I left her no choice but to conclude I was deranged via personal contact and observations. I said;

“All you had to do was tell me to knock it off – if I wanted to ride in your car! You are lying!”

I suspected my ex-friend was spreading lies about me. There is no evidence my behavior, or my words I shared with my neighbors, was alarming. However, this is…….

“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.”



“This morning I discovered Herbert Armstrong gave Radio London $50,000 dollars a years to stay afloat. That is a lot of money for those times. That is Armstrong radio station in back of me. Three years ago I declared myself the Heir of his Church.”

I was surprised, and she notes this in one of the videos. I suspected she and this person I call “Krista” had been reading this blog, and, they formulated an angry opinion of me due to their religious beliefs. There is no other explanation. When Krista summoned her boyfriend, he too held a very negative opinion of me – and we never conversed! My newspaper is the source of their angst, and the trouble they have instigated where I live. This makes our contact a First Amendment issue.

In the first video I made, I bid Kim Hafner to arrange a debated between her minister and myself. She did not respond in a sane manner. Instead, she launched a Witch Hunt, a real Witch Hunt, against me. which is newsworthy. She claims I am abusing her and other female neighbors, and thanks Alley Valkyrie for alerting her to what a dangerous monster I am that deserves to be locked up. This slanderous campaign invokes violence, and Kim Hafner knows it. Has Krista and Kim contacted the cray anarchists in hope they will come here and hurt me?

This TROUBLE started over RELIGION. It appears the President has used a play out of Pat Robertson’s playbook, by turning his back on the victims of  the Paradise Fire. I also suspect he did not take a ride to the cemetery in France, fearing he would be assassinated by the minions of the Antrichrist. Trump is taking the advice of evangelical leaders, a fact I have posted on – many times! I will continue to do so, till the day I die. These false men of god – are shit disturbers – who call upon their flock to take up arms.

Eugene has been titled the Hate Crime capitol of Oregon. Mob Rule is becoming a option. If people feel God’s Justice is not being served, then the ideal is to gather together like-minded people and go after ONE INDIVIDUAL. This was the fate of fellow newspaper reporter Jamal Kahshoggi – who did have a clue things would not go well for him when he entered that building.

I am amazed that the Witch Hunters of McKenzie Meadows, offered me no choice, or, even considered where all this lead. Their decision to GET ME was made behind my back! They wanted to see how I would react. They came at me with their sharpened Witchy Sticks. They cornered me in the stairwell and began to poke me with hateful words. This made them feel very good. It was like a drug to them.

For our President to express no sorrow for victims of the fires in California, for political-religious reasons. proves he is the President of his evangelical base – only! This is a direct message sent to his fellow believers of the Tribulation, that votes for others not of their ilk, will cause fire and brimstone to come down on you. Religious addicts and fanatics do not like to be proven wrong. They insister that all their PROPHECIES come true – or else!

What is going on at McKenzie Meadows, in the city of Springfield Oregon is very newsworthy. There are many Springfields in America. Last night I sensed there were prayer vigils taking place – against me! The power of prayer, does not work at the polls. We are all in extreme danger!

If the Kimites were capable of being honest, and we went to arbitration, then I am sure religious angst would be found to be the culprit. If only I didn’t own a newspaper – and contrary opinions. They go to church. There, they can share and express their opinions. What do they need a Democracy for?

John Presco



The Great Day of His Wrath, John Martin (1851)
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Source: The Great Day of His Wrath, John Martin (1851)

It’s hurricane season and televangelist Pat Robertson is at it again.

On Monday during a 700 Club TV appearance, with Hurricane Florence bearing down on the East Coast, Robertson commanded the coming storm to “cease its forward motion and go harmlessly into the Atlantic… up north and away from land and veer off, in the name of Jesus!” Citing concern over potential damage to his own Christian Broadcasting Network and Regent University, both located in Virginia Beach, Robertson declared a “shield of protection all over Tidewater and… a shield of protection over those innocent people in the path of this hurricane.”


Authorities in Saudi Arabia say they will seek the death penalty for five people who have been accused of carrying out the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi inside the kingdom’s consulate in Istanbul.

The latest Saudi account on Thursday was almost immediately dismissed as inadequate by Turkish officials, while the United States moved to sanction 17 Saudis it said were involved in the October 2 killing.

Speaking to reporters in Riyadh, Shaalan al-Shaalan, Saudi Arabia’s deputy public prosecutor, said “the incident” began on September 29 when a “former” deputy chief of intelligence ordered the “leader of the mission” to “bring back the victim by means of persuasion, and if persuasion fails, to do so by force”.

While the prosecutor’s office did not give names, General Ahmad al-Assiri, who was fired as deputy head of intelligence in the wake of the killing, has been implicated in the killing.


How the Saudi narrative of Khashoggi’s killing changed

The mission leader – also not named – then put together a 15-member team to “return” the journalist from Turkey.

The team included a forensics expert “for the purpose of removing evidence from the scene” and a local collaborator tasked with securing a safe house “in case force had to be used to return the victim”.

Al-Shalaan said that on the morning of October 2, the leader of the negotiating team saw that he would not be able to force Khashoggi to return, “so he decided to kill him in the moment.”

The 59-year-old then died from a lethal injection – the official cause of death is listed as a drug overdose – and his body was dismembered and taken out of the building, he said.

The body parts were “delivered” to the local collaborator and another man put on Khashoggi’s clothes and posed as the journalist exiting the consulate.

According to Saudi investigators, the cameras inside the consulate were disabled during the drugging and dismemberment of Khashoggi.

Al-Shaalan said 21 people were now in custody, with 11 indicted and referred to trial, adding that Saud al-Qahtani, a former adviser to the royal court, had been banned from travelling and remained under investigation.

The prosecution is seeking the death penalty for five officials who gave the orders and oversaw the execution of the murder.

Al-Shaalan said Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, also known as MBS, was not implicated in the gruesome murder that has triggered global outrage. Later on Thursday, Adel al-Jubeir, Saudi Arabia’s foreign minister, reiterated that the crown prince had “absolutely” nothing to do with Khashoggi’s death.

Turkish dismissal, US sanctions

Khashoggi, a critic of MBS’s supposed reform programme, entered the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on October 2 to obtain a document certifying his divorce.


Jamal Khashoggi case: All the latest updates

Saudi authorities had initially stated the journalist left the consulate, before backtracking and admitting on October 20 he was killed by “rogue” operatives.

Turkish officials have said it is unlikely Khashoggi could have been killed without the knowledge of MBS, with President Recep Tayyip Erdogan saying the orders came from “the highest levels of the Saudi government.”

According to the New York Times, a member of the Saudi team that killed Khashoggi made a phone call shortly after his death, instructing someone in Saudi Arabia to “tell your boss” that the assassination had been carried out.

The Saudi announcement on Thursday failed to appease Turkish officials, who insist the killing and its cover-up were carried out by the highest levels of government.

Mevlut Cavusoglu, Turkey’s foreign minister, criticised the Saudi announcement as “insufficient” and insisted the killing was “premeditated.”

“Turkish law is applicable in this case, even though the murder took place in the Saudi consulate,” he said, demanding that all the suspects be extradited and “tried in accordance with Turkish law”.

Later on Thursday, the US Treasury imposed sanctions on 17 Saudi officials for their role in the killing.

Among those sanctioned were Saud al-Qahtani, who has been removed from his position as a top aide to MBS, as well as the Saudi Consul-General Mohammed al-Otaibi and members of the 15-member team.

‘No faith’ in Saudi judiciary

Bill Law, a journalist and Middle East analyst, told Al Jazeera that despite not being implicated, there was “enormous pressure” accumulating on MBS, and Turkey could demand an international probe into the journalist’s murder.

“Just yesterday, Lindsey Graham described him [MBS] as unreliable and unstable.

“Graham, a senior Republican senator, and Bob Corker, the chair of the foreign relations committee, have called for an immediate end to the arms deals that the US has [with Saudi Arabia] in the Yemen war and has also said that as far as he’s concerned, Mohammed bin Salman is the person responsible,” Law said.

“[Erdogan] will keep up the demand for an international investigation. It is clear that no one has any faith in the Saudis investigating effectively, Mohammed bin Salman investigating himself nor in the Saudi judicial system.

“It’s a pressure point that Erdogan can continue to push on and I think he will do that.”

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