I Threaten To Sue Christiandom

Trump’s other attorneys threatened to sue CNN over bias. A half hour ago I saw children burned with chemicals delivered from Erdogan. I saw a dead Kurdish woman fighter who may have been mutilated, This was going on a year ago. How come Trump did not know about. Kurdish fighters said they will not be retreating. There is nowhere to go. For three days I have been looking at forming the Nation of Kurdistan in Nevada and North Dakota. Instead, I have chosen to bring Christiandom down to their knees. Christiandom is using our right to vote, and the free press, as a means to spread their teaching.

“Trump suing CNN isn’t about winning in court,” the lawyer said. “It’s about appealing to his base with a PR stunt.

If you google ‘evangelical and Kurds’ you will find much empathy for these people forced out into the wilderness, like Mary and Joseph. They sleep in a stable, when no one would take them in. This story is the foundation of Christianity, as is the alleged Virgin Birth. Both are false narratives. I will prove so in my Lawsuit that will prove the enunciation and immaculate conception has severely altered the Word of God, and done much damage to the world – and Judaism! There is a Jewish linage of BARREN WOMEN who take the vow of the Nazarite and give birth – whole old in years! Mary sings Hannah’s song, the mother of the prophet, Samuel.


I know why Mitt Romney is able to speak out like all elected officials should be allowed to. Mitt is a Mormon. Mormons put and keep him in office. Not so for most of the Republicans whose evangelical base threatens to vote out of office anyone who is critical of Trump. Evangelicals are encouraging our President to break the law – and oppress people – in the name of the Virgin Born Jesus.

Sane people are declaring Trump – DAGERUSLY INSANE – and living in different world. This is the word Evangelical leaders began to put our President in after he got elected. This is why they do not care if Putin helped. It was God’s Will. They say Jesus is God, and after much chaos – he will transform the world WE SEE. It will be a Magical Kingdom. This idea s born via ‘The Virgin Birth’. When I win my case, the tube this fake kingdom must come through – will be BLOCKED = closed for the good of the Sane People!

Look at the top image. This is a Nativity Scene, complete with Baby Baron. All the Generals that King David 2 appointed, are gone. David was the greatest general of them all! Evangelicals believe Trump IS KING David!

In order to save ALL the world, I hereby declare, it was Elizabeth, mother of John the Baptist, who had the ‘virgin birth’. God had CLOSED HER WOMB, and she could not conceive. She was old in years when an angel allegedly appeared to Zachariah while in the temple. This is NOT TRUE! The angel appeared to Elizabeth. An angel did not appear to Mary. The real miracle for Mary, was the appearance of three Parthians bearing gifts.

I will present my evidence in this blog. I beseech a great attorney help me STOP THE MADNESS………..before it is too late!

John Presco



(Newser) – President Trump’s lawyers and reelection campaign have threatened CNN with a lawsuit for falsely calling itself a news organization. “Never in the history of this country has a President been the subject of such a sustained barrage of unfair, unfounded, unethical and unlawful attacks by so-called ‘mainstream’ news, as the current situation,” USA Today reports the letter said. It included an offer for CNN to settle the false advertising claim by discussing a “substantial” payment for damages, per Reuters. “This is nothing more than a desperate PR stunt and doesn’t merit a response,” a CNN spokesman said.

A Harvard professor of false advertising law said the legal arguments in the letter had no merit. A lawyer who specializes in national security and transparency cases said “facts and legal reality have no relation” to the threatened lawsuit. Based on the legal case made in the letter, he said, such a suit would not succeed. “Trump suing CNN isn’t about winning in court,” the lawyer said. “It’s about appealing to his base with a PR stunt.” Charles Harder, the Trump lawyer who sent the letter, has similarly threatened other media organizations in the past. (Read more CNN stories.)

In Christianity, purity is abolished. Indeed, the core idea that the all-perfect God almighty might actually steep so low as to be born as a bleeding, defecating human being would have been regarded by all previously orthodox believers – both Greek and Jew – as disgusting. But this is the central insight of Christianity: that in the person of Jesus, there is no contradiction between being fully human and fully divine. Or, in other words, God is perfectly at home in a human life, with all its ritualistic mess, from blood to semen. There is no shame in the constituent elements of our humanity, including the manner in which we are made. Which is why the “pure virgin” tradition runs totally against the grain. The problem is not just basic biology: it doesn’t add up theologically.


Syrian Kurds mourn female fighter shown mutilated in video

A picture taken on February 3, 2018, in the Syrian Kurdish town of Afrin in Syrian Kurdistan shows the mother (R) and sister (L) of the late YPJ Kurdish female fighter Barin Kobani, attending a mourning ceremony in her honor. Photo: AFP

AFRIN, Syrian Kurdistan,— Thousands of Kurds gathered in Afrin in Syrian Kurdistan (Rojava) Saturday to mourn Kurdish fighters and civilians killed in a blistering Turkish assault on the region — including female combattant Barin Kobani.

But there was no casket for the young woman fighter.

Her mutilated body appeared in a shocking video published earlier this week, prompting accusations by her family and Kurdish officials that she was “defiled” by Turkish-backed rebels.

Jesus Was A Nazarite At Birth

I declared myself a Nazarite in 1988.


The unborn Jesus receives the Holy Spirit while in Mary’s womb, from John the Baptist, who is inside his mother’s womb. Taking the vow of the Nazarite can fill you with the Holy Spirit of the Lord. John was a Nazarite while in his mother’s womb. He was a Nazarite FOR LIFE……till the very second her dies! The same with Jesus! This is why Jesus refuses the wine-vinegar, because it was not time for him to die!

Joseph and Mary Were Not Married

The Trumpire of King Jesus is forcing us to stop overlooking the churches glaring faults.


The atmosphere of our church service was pregnant with expectation: four candles of the Advent wreath and the colored lights from the tree and wreaths lit the darkened room. My wife and I were among the tens of millions gathered on Christmas Eve to rehearse the Nativity story again. As one of the readers read aloud Luke 2:5, I was struck by the New International Version (NIV) translation: “Mary, who was pledged to be married to him and was expecting a child.” Chronologically, the narrative had advanced some eight months from Luke 1:26-27, where it stated that Gabriel was sent to a virgin named Mary “pledged to be married to a man named Joseph.” The Greek verb mnēsteuō was translated identically in both verses.

The translation suggested to me that an unmarried Jewish couple was traveling a long distance unaccompanied by other family members. And the woman—still only pledged in marriage—was in an advanced state of pregnancy. If such a situation is still scandalous in the Middle East, how much more in first-century Judea!1


Were Mary and Joseph married or engaged when they traveled to Bethlehem? Seen here is a mosaic of the Journey to Bethlehem from the Chora Church in Istanbul.

Later I checked other translations of Luke 2:5. The English Standard Version (ESV) uses “betrothed,” an archaic Middle English word. The New Revised Standard Version (NRSV) uses “engaged,” while the New Living Translation (NLT) says “fiancée.” Again, these English versions suggest that the couple’s marriage was incomplete. This discovery led me into an in-depth word study as well as a look at ancient marriage. And what I found was surprising.

Matthew’s Gospel seems to be clearer. In the genealogy, Joseph is called the “husband of Mary,” who gave birth to Jesus (Matthew 1:16). Describing the background of their relationship, Matthew 1:18 reads, “His mother Mary was pledged to be married to Joseph.” Here Matthew uses the same Greek verb as Luke. However, after Joseph decides to divorce Mary because of her unexpected pregnancy, an angel warns him in a dream not to do so. The angel advises him to “take Mary as his wife” (Matthew 1:20). When Joseph woke up, he did what the angel commanded him: He took Mary as his wife (Matthew 1:24). Luke’s version seemingly contradicts Matthew’s, according to present English translations.

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The Greek verb mnēsteuō is used eight times in the Septuagint (the third-century B.C.E. Greek translation of the Hebrew Bible). Four uses in Deuteronomy (22:23, 25, 27, 28) deal with the legal issues surrounding an engaged woman having illicit sexual relations. If the incident happens in a city (22:23), both the man and the woman are to be stoned to death; if a rape happens in the country, only the man is to be stoned. The man is considered guilty because he has violated another man’s wife (22:24).

In the three uses in Hosea, God himself is speaking. Regarding Israel’s future day of redemption in 2:16, God declares: “You will call me ‘my husband.’” Then he states in verses 19–20: “And I will take you for my wife forever; I will take you for my wife in righteousness and in justice, in steadfast love, and in mercy. I will take you for my wife in faithfulness; and you shall know the LORD.” The NRSV translates “wife” here, while the NIV, ESV and New King James Version (NKJV) all read: “I will betroth you.” Because of the context wherein God declares that he is a husband forever, it is clear that his relationship with Israel extends beyond an engagement stage; they will metaphorically be husband and wife.

The Hebrew verb aras, translated mnēsteuō in Greek, refers to Jewish marriage practice in which the groom contractually pays a bride-price (mohar) to the bride’s father (Genesis 34:12). According to Old Testament scholar Douglas Stuart, “This was the final step in the courtship process, virtually equivalent in legal status to the wedding ceremony.”2 According to the Mishnah Ketubbot 5.2, the betrothal would last a year, with the bride remaining in the home of her father. Recalling the legal texts in Deuteronomy mentioned earlier plus the equation of David’s betrothal to Michal as marriage (2 Samuel 3:14), we see that under Jewish law, a betrothed woman was considered to be married.

Returning to Joseph, he would have paid the bride price to Mary’s father at their engagement (Matthew 1:20; Luke 1:27). Despite his misgivings, Joseph then obeyed the angel’s command to marry Mary (Matthew 1:20). The time of formal engagement, whether a full year or not, had passed between them. So Joseph and Mary had begun to live together except for sexual relations (Matthew 1:25). Luke’s understanding of mnēsteuō must be expanded to include both the betrothal/engagement as well as marital cohabitation. Therefore a better translation of Luke 2:5 would be: “Mary his wife who was expecting a child.” (The NKJV attempts a hybrid with “betrothed wife.”) English translations that suggest the couple was still only in the engagement stage of fiancé/fiancée must be discarded. Joseph and Mary traveled to Bethlehem as a full husband and wife under ancient Jewish law.

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