Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Kasich Takes $700,000 from Soros--Why?

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With Brussels burning and still picking up the dead, treating the wounded and looking for the people who did it---why would a US presidential candidate, especially one who calls himself a conservative, take $700,000 from multi-billionaire socialist and open borders activist George Soros?

John Kasich has kind of answered the question.

The New York Times says, "Brussels Attacks Underscore Vulnerability of An Open Society."

The Times says these attacks "underscore once again, not only the weaknesses of Belgium's security...but also what intelligence experts say is likely to be an enduring vulnerability of Europe to terrorism..."

It is true. Freedom carries a certain vulnerability, and must be nurtured by the most vigilant among us.

Founding Father and former President John Adams said, "Remember democracy never lasts long. It soon wastes, exhausts, and murders itself." In our day, it is also exploited and attacked by some who hold a different belief.

The Times quotes a top Belgium official attempting to explain that the police did all that could have been done---"they were efficient"---"yet this happened."

"We are in a situation of structural vulnerability," they say---"That's what democracy is. It's an open society. There will always be risk."


Why then would a governor, and more importantly, a candidate for the presidency of the United States align himself with George Soros?

"Well," as politicians often tell us little people at home, "It's complicated.You wouldn't understand. Trust me."

Lifesite News, a pro-life news organization, is more than a little upset about Kasich taking money from Soros.

Noting that it's mathematically impossible for Kasich to win the nomination, Lifesite explains that Governor Kasich has vowed to stay in the race anyway, because of the possibility that he could, underscore could, contribute to forcing a brokered GOP convention this summer where maybe, just maybe Kasich could somehow come out as the "candidate."

Under current GOP rules to be eligible, Kasich would only have to win in 8 or more states. He's won 1 so far. His own Ohio state. So 1 down, 7 to go.

Why would Soros even want to support him, when Soros has publicly said he wants Hillary and has already given her $8 million, with more to come.

The reasonable answer is that GOP confusion works toward Soros' end. And against Trump and Cruz---neither of whom he wants. Kasich is also far more inclined toward "open borders"

Apparently, Kasich decided that, politically in his case, the end justifies the means.

Lifestite gives a detailed account of Soros' donation patterns---$20 million to Planned Parenthood, legalization of abortion in Ireland, assisted suicide in the United States, ACORN,, and the list goes on...and on.

In December, Soros wrote an op-ed for the far Left British publican, The Guardian. In conclusion of his Op-Ed, he said this: "We must reaffirm our commitment to the principles of open society and resist the siren song of the likes of Donald Trump and Ted Cruz, however hard that may be."

Open society to the progressive means open borders. He, as the Clintons and Obama, is a globalist.

Globalism, as an ideology, carries at its heart the same rebellion displayed in Genesis of the Old Testament.

Many of America's elites share these anti-national sentiments, however, both the Bible and Christian tradition affirm managed borders as a Divine principle of societal order.

The book of Genesis describes the division of mankind into nations and God's judgment against men in Babel when they attempted to ignore national division, become one and in doing so usurp God's role.

Deuteronomy 32:8 records that God created the nations, Acts 17:26-27 adds that God set boundaries among them so that "they would seek after God."

Isaiah 14:12 reveals that Lucifer (Satan) weakens the nations.

Christian historian Alexander Solzhenitsyn wrote prophetically, "The disappearance of nations would impoverish us no less than if all peoples were made alike, with one character, one face. Nations are the wealth of mankind, they are its generalized personalities: the smallest of them has its own particular colors, and embodies a particular facet of God's design."

But the proponents of open borders and amnesty cite passages of Scripture which they claim are supportive of their open borders positions.

What about "strangers" in Lev.19:34, and the words of Jesus Himself in Matthew 25 where He says He was a stranger?

I'll explain these and other verses on the radio today. Join me live at 9 AM PDT or rebroadcast at 7:30 PM PDT from anywhere in the world. Here's how.

Be Informed. Be Vigilant. Be Discerning. Be Prayerful. Be Free.

1 comment:

  1. standing gets harder, or easier......half full or half empty...hmmm



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