Posing as ranchers and farmers, Rena and Heather attacked me because I am a Writer, a Poet, a Prophet, and an Artist! Fuck the Farmers and Ranchers! It’s about time to do away with this taboo. Who do they think they are?
Beef ranchers are burning down the Amazon to make more room to graze their cattle – that China is buying – because the labor is cheaper. Ha! Ha! This woman curses Key a Largo!
How prophetic was this post?
Then there is El Trumpo’s Corn Curse! Ha! Ha!
I began a novel about Rena being lured to a Corn Cult in the dunes of Nebraska, titled
The Golden Girls of the Corn Cob
I am certain that Heather and Rena voted for Trump so they can feel – FERTILE!
Isaiah 32 – “Prophetic Curses and Blessings”
The land will become desert and the cities will be abandoned. A righteous government will usher in an era of justice and prosperity.II. Photo
Justice will prevail: “Behold, a king shall reign in righteousness, and ministers shall govern with justice; Every one of them shall be… like the shade of a massive rock in a languishing land.” (vv. 1-2)
III. Important Verses
1-2: Behold, a king shall reign in righteousness, And ministers shall govern with justice; Every one of them shall be Like a refuge from gales, A shelter from rainstorms; Like brooks of water in a desert, Like the shade of a massive rock In a languishing land.
5: No more shall a villain be called noble, Nor shall “gentleman” be said of a knave.
9-10: You carefree women, Attend, hear my words! You confident ladies, Give ear to my speech! In little more than a year, You shall be troubled, O confident ones, When the vintage is over And no ingathering takes place.
15-19: Till a spirit from on high is poured out on us, And wilderness is transformed into farm land, While farm land rates as mere brush. Then justice shall abide in the wilderness And righteousness shall dwell on the farm land. For the work of righteousness shall be peace, And the effect of righteousness, calm and confidence forever. Then my people shall dwell in peaceful homes, In secure dwellings, In untroubled places of rest. And the brush shall sink and vanish, Even as the city is laid low.
1-8. Prophetic blessing 1-2. A righteous government will rule 3-8. The people will realize right from wrong 9-20. Prophetic curse and blessing 9. Address to the women 10. The crops will not yield fruit 11-14. Exhortation to lament the coming distress 15-19. Righteousness will heal the land 20. Beatitude
SHENANDOAH, Iowa — President Donald Trump won 93 out of Iowa’s 99 counties in the 2016 presidential race — the most for a GOP nominee since 1980 — thanks in no small part to local farmers. But now, farmers here are questioning if they’ll vote for him again.
“Farmer tensions are running pretty tight out here right now,” Duane Aistrope, a corn and soybean farmer in Randolph, Iowa — roughly two hours southwest of Des Moines — told NBC News. “We got him elected out here in the Midwest — the farmers did.”
The Midwest agricultural industry is up in arms not only due to the president’s trade war, but because the Environmental Protection Agency recently exempted 31 small oil refineries from rules that would require them to blend ethanol, which comes from corn, into their fuel supply. Those exemptions are now forcing farmers to grapple with lost revenue from wasted crops.
The religious cursing has just begun. I know my religions. First you kill the prophet, because he’s the only problem, then you reap the whirldwind!
Where’s the beef? Not in China.
President Trump’s escalating trade beef with China has frozen plans to sell more Montana steaks, hamburgers and jerky to Chinese consumers.
“The trade disputes have really slowed down efforts to try to get Montana beef to Chinese markets,” Jay Bodner, executive vice president of the Montana Stockgrowers Association, said.
High tariffs mean high prices for American beef, according to Bodner, and that’s scaring away Chinese buyers. While the market is small, Montana was one of the only states to aggressively pursue it after the country lifted its 13-year ban on U.S. beef in 2016.
The ban was originally spurred in 2003 after a handful of American cattle contracted so-called mad cow disease.
After the ban was lifted, U.S. Sen. Steve Daines, R-Mont., traveled to China and presented President Xi Jinping with a cut of Montana-raised beef.
Then, in 2017, Montana ranchers struck a $300 million deal with an online retailer to sell their beef in China, and to build a processing plant in the state.
But the ongoing trade dispute has put a damper on that deal, according to Bodner.
“Those discussions have slowed down dramatically,” he said. “We know that they’re not off the table but they probably won’t resume until we start to see some of these trade negotiations get resolved.”
During a Senate hearing Wednesday, Daines applauded Trump’s stance on China but warned Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin that he wanted the trade war to resolve .
“We need results,” he said. “We need them soon.”