TiSA: A Deal with the Devil

For false christs and false prophets will rise and show great signs and wonders to deceive, if possible, even the elect. ~Matthew 24:24

The Trade in Service Agreement (TiSA) exposed by Wikileaks [https://wikileaks.org/tisa/#October 14, 2016 Publication] from June 2015 to October 2016 is a secret collusion by the majority of the worlds’ most powerful governments to legally align in an irrevocable global monopoly, involving the most lucrative and powerful service industries of banking, healthcare, insurance, and transport.  The fact that our administration is wholeheartedly behind it is just another example of our president’s myopic vision regarding the threat that is globalism.

TiSA says a lot of seemingly great things:   it mandates recycling, sets limits on toxic and sewage dumping, and demands that local supermarkets donate leftover foodstuffs instead of throwing them away. However, this is the spoonful of sugar that makes the medicine go down.  The real agenda is a spiritual one of deceit and control.  Voting to be a TiSA country or Party means essentially giving the keys of daddy’s porsche to the immigrant stranger down the street.  See you later, Sucker!

We saw in the latest stock market crash that it was lack of government control of financial products (derivatives specifically) that led to greed and oversight in the banking mortgage industry, creating an unnatural economic bubble that burst in 2007/2008.  We learned from that hard lesson that we need the US Securities and Exchange Commission to oversee our capitalist business entities, to protect our needs as a nation of individuals.  TiSA would essentially bypass these types of ‘local’ controls (funny how the word ‘local’ now means ‘country’) put in place for Americans’ best interests, in exchange for the global interests of the other players-or ‘Parties’-engaged in the TiSA.

TiSA would give real power and control not to our own people via our own government, but to the participators in the Really Good Friends Network which is what those allowed in the group are called, no joke [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trade_in_Services_Agreement].  This New World Clique only allows those countries access who basically agree to sell all rights and control to them, irrevocably.  Once you sign, you cannot Brexit (pun intended).  It’s a Mega-Monopoly if you will, on a Global scale.  If we as Americans feel our voice to be small now, we will have essentially no voice once TiSA sanctions are in full swing.  It’s like the golden snitch in the 3T game (TPP, TTIP, TiSA):  catch it and and it’s all over with.

How would this manifest?  First of all, it would be impossible for nations to hold values like nationalism, sovereignty, or patriotism paramount.  Second, those values would be punished and denigrated for the greater collective good, which would be decided by the other Parties in the Network, which would essentially form a world government.  Not a weak and ineffectual world government like the United Nations, but one with teeth and gripping power.  Businesses could be penalized for using or buying geographically locally made goods and services.  Third, corporations could come from anywhere and be run by any nationality.  Local governments would be usurped by global governments.  They could set the rules by which we all had to play.  And we would be forced to play, like it or not.  For example, not only could we be ‘forced’ to carry insurance, but the insurance companies we used would be chosen for us, and would benefit not even our own American insurance companies, but, say, an insurance company based out of Turkey, with a population of only 4% Christians and where Sharia Law threatens.  Alternately, insurance companies could have total power to not carry us as well.  And we as individuals or nationals would have little recourse to take on the global scene against these industry strongholds.

If we thought it was hard navigating in a capitalistic society with little corporate accountability, think what it will be like on a ‘globorate’ scale.

Insurance is just one example of how we could be stifled, even crippled, with TiSA.  Banking is directly tied to the worlds’ economies.  It takes little imagination to understand that a tug ‘here’ would have a direct affect way over ‘there’. If 80% of the US GDP is tied up in service industries which are married to TiSA, it would essentially affect each of us on a daily basis.  In other words, there will be micro level effects on a macro scale; i.e. no accountability for entities encapsulated in the New World Clique.

TiSA would signal the further erosion of our American freedoms, eventually providing the tipping point for the real agenda which is evil:  for Islam to get a foothold into our county, culture, and community largely through jihadi tactics which are deceitful to the core, as it has already done in most of the countries enraptured by TiSA, which is not a coincidence.  Once ISLAM gets in, it will be impossible to get out.  Like TiSA, Muslim immigration is a one-way street into a literal dead end.

Finally, Julian Assange’s internet connection was cut hours after publishing the latest TiSA documents by Wikileaks.  The latest documents were published on October 14, 2016, and he was cut off on October 15, 2016.  I believe it was this, and the global powers-that-be involved in TiSA, that cut him off; not so much the democratic campaign or their cuckolds, although they might like us to think it was this–to deflect attention away from TiSA and its secret meetings and deceitful agenda.

Do not be Deceived by False Prophets

Oh, that you would bear with me in a little folly—and indeed you do bear with me. For I am jealous for you with godly jealousy. For I have betrothed you to one husband, that I may present you as a chaste virgin to Christ. But I fear, lest somehow, as the serpent deceived Eve by his craftiness, so your minds may be corrupted from the simplicity and purity that is in Christ. For if he who comes preaches another Jesus whom we have not preached, or if you receive a different spirit which you have not received, or a different gospel which you have not accepted—you may well put up with it!  ~2 Corinthians 11:1-4

Bertrand Russell

Of all forms of caution, caution in love is perhaps the most fatal to true happiness.

Freedom is the greatest of political goods. I do not say freedom is the greatest of all goods: the best things come from within—they are such things as creative art, and love, and thought. Such things can be helped or hindered by political conditions, but not actually produced by them; and freedom is, both in itself and in its relation to these other goods the best thing that political and economic conditions can secure.

The secret of happiness is this: let your interests be as wide as possible, and let your reactions to the things and persons that interest you be as far as possible friendly rather than hostile.

It is possible that mankind is on the threshold of a golden age; but, if so, it will be necessary first to slay the dragon that guards the door, and this dragon is religion [Islam].

Truth is a shining goddess, always veiled, always distant, never wholly approachable, but worthy of all the devotion of which the human spirit is capable.

It’s not the experience that happens to you: it’s what you do with the experience that happens to you.

Wherever one finds oneself inclined to bitterness, it is a sign of emotional failure: a larger heart, and a greater self-restraint, would put a calm autumnal sadness in the place of the instinctive outcry of pain.

Even when the experts all agree, they may well be mistaken.

Three passions, simple but overwhelmingly strong, have governed my life: the longing for love, the search for knowledge, and unbearable pity for the suffering of mankind. These passions, like great winds, have blown me hither and thither, in a wayward course, over a deep ocean of anguish, reaching to the very verge of despair.  ~Bertrand Russell, his autobiography

It seems B.R. remained a stout agnostic in the latter part of his life, and an atheist in the former.  Maybe if he had lived but a bit longer, he would have finally found the Lord.  His ability to glean truth, the importance of love, and the ingredients of freedom were all signs that God was at work in him.  It is sad that Mr Russell passed on, not knowing the fullest truth of all:  the existence of God.  Pity that he let his own imagination supplant his obvious ability to think; that because he could not conceive of the penultimate truth in his mind, that he presumed it did not really exist.

That if he could not think it, it must not be true.

May the Lord lift you up from Hades, BR, where no thought can occur and mindlessness rules the day.  If it be His will…


Thinking is the Stuff of Truth

Men fear thought as they fear nothing else on earth — more than ruin — more even than death…. Thought is subversive and revolutionary, destructive and terrible, thought is merciless to privilege, established institutions, and comfortable habit. Thought looks into the pit of hell and is not afraid. Thought is great and swift and free, the light of the world, and the chief glory of man.  ~Bertrand Russell
British author, mathematician, & philosopher (1872 – 1970)


The Greatest Gift

Though I speak with the tongues of men and of angels, but have not love, I have become sounding brass or a clanging cymbal. And though I have the gift of prophecy, and understand all mysteries and all knowledge, and though I have all faith, so that I could remove mountains, but have not love, I am nothing. And though I bestow all my goods to feed the poor, and



Love suffers long and is kind; love does not envy; love does not parade itself, is not puffed up; does not behave rudely, does not seek its own, is not provoked, thinks no evil; does not rejoice in iniquity, but rejoices in the truth; bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things.

Love never fails. But whether there are prophecies, they will fail; whether there are tongues, they will cease; whether there is knowledge, it will vanish away. For we know in part and we prophesy in part. 10 But when that which is perfect has come, then that which is in part will be done away.

11 When I was a child, I spoke as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child; but when I became a man, I put away childish things. 12 For now we see in a mirror, dimly, but then face to face. Now I know in part, but then I shall know just as I also am known.

13 And now abide faith, hope, love, these three; but the greatest of these is love.

~1 Corinthians 13     Image result for love jesus

Super Stoked!



What I like most about the things he says is that he is logical and sensical.  He basically advocates enforcing the laws we already have in place, and making our border strong enough so that we can properly vet all immigrants, in our way and in our time.   We don’t even need to pass a lot of new laws; if we just enforce the ones we already have, we will have done something that has never been done before!

Because he is a successful businessman, I feel confident that he can walk the walk, not just talk the talk.

So, yeah, I was wrong about him in the beginning.  And I am glad.  :)

A Look at How Judaism and Islam are Very Similar, Yet Very Different


Taken From:  The Talmud – A Biography, Harry Freedman, Bloomsbury/Continuum, £25, ebook £21.99 (http://www.thejc.com/judaism/judaism-book-extracts/115805/the-talmud-and-islam)

As their links with the new metropolis strengthened, the luminaries of Sura and Pumbedita found they had much in common with their opposite numbers in the Islamic world. They discovered they were grappling with similar issues, actively applying their scholarship, legal and religious traditions, to regulate the day-to-day lives of their co-religionists.

Each faith influenced the other. This is obvious both from the structure of their legal systems and some of the legislation itself. Their influence upon each other was more than just a simple two-way process; Gideon Libson (in Halakhah and Reality in the Geonic Period) explains it as a feedback model in which the talmudic system first impacted Islam, which at a later stage left its imprint on talmudic law.

Both Islam and Judaism are religions which minutely regulate every aspect of the believer’s life. They’re each based on a God-given written document – the Torah for Judaism and the Qu’ran for Islam. These divine texts are each interpreted and expanded upon by an oral tradition – the Talmud and the Hadith respectively. Both traditions contain legal and ethical material, and the legal material in each distinguishes between religious laws and social laws.

The Jewish system of law is called halachah, the Islamic system is called shar’ia. Both names mean a “pathway” or a “way to go”. Unlike Christianity, the laws and beliefs in Islam and Judaism are derived through a process of reasoning and scholarship; there are no councils or synods to rule on doctrine, ethics or behaviour. In fact the two religions are so close in terms of their structure that the tenth-century rabbinic leader Saadia Gaon would unselfconsciously refer to Jewish law as shar’ia, to the prayer leader in a synagogue as an imam and the direction in which Jews faced when praying as qibla.

Although in these twin systems the Qu’ran and Torah parallel each other as divinely revealed written texts, the Qu’ran was written down long after the Torah. So whilst we find characters, ideas and motifs from the Torah in the Qu’ran (eg Sura V.44). we shouldn’t expect to find them the other way round.

However, the Talmud and Qu’ran do originate from a similar period and it’s not hard to find concepts from the Talmud occurring in both the Qu’ran and Hadith, and vice versa.

One such case is the ritual definition of daybreak. The Qu’ran defines the moment of daybreak, when the faithful must begin to fast during Ramadan, as when the “white thread of dawn becomes distinct to you from the black thread”( Sura II.187). Similarly, the Jewish Mishnah rules that the morning prayer is to be said when the worshipper can distinguish between blue and white. Both traditions use the same analogy to emphasize the sanctity and uniqueness of every human life. The Qu’ran states that “We decreed upon the Children of Israel that whoever kills a soul … it is as if he had slain mankind entirely. And whoever saves one – it is as if he had saved mankind entirely” (Qu’ran Sura V.32).

This is a reference to the passage from the Mishnah that: “Adam was created alone to teach you that whoever takes a human life is considered by the Bible to have destroyed an entire world. And whoever saves a human life is considered by the Bible as if he preserved an entire world (Sanhedrin 4.5).

Initially Jewish ideas found their way into Islam but the process’s subsequent reversal can be spotted in matters of finance and commerce. Talmudic law matured in Baghdad in a commercial, Islamic environment and Shmuel had already declared that when it came to civil law “The law of the land is the law”. This gave the geonim flexibility in commercial matters to amend or even abrogate Talmudic sanction as necessary.

We can see an example of this flexibility in the laws governing money transfers. The Talmud had instituted that, as a precaution against fraud, merchants could not transfer money by bills of exchange even when these were countersigned by witnesses.

However a geonic ruling overturned this ruling on the basis that people were already doing it, and that it was in accordance with the Islamic laws that regulated merchants: “It is true that the sages said we should not send money by bills of exchange, even if witnesses have signed them. However, since we have seen that people use them we have begun to accept them in court in order not to impede trade between people, and we give judgement according to the traders’ law; neither more nor less” (Teshuvat Hageonim).

Mark Cohen (in Under Crescent & Cross – The Jews in the Middle Ages) points out that this “shared judgement of Muslim and Jewish legal experts … could only occur in a market atmosphere that knew no confessional boundaries”.

An extensive survey by Gideon Libson has shown similarities between the rulings of a tenth-century gaon, Shmuel ben Hofni, and Islamic legal writing of the same period. Of course, as Libson concedes, the fact that there are similarities between two legal rulings in different systems doesn’t necessarily mean that one system was dependent upon the other; they may both have independently derived their rulings from a third source that they each knew.

But with all the other evidence of contact and cross-influences between the faiths, it’s pretty likely that the Talmudic and Islamic systems of law influenced each other.

Talmudic and Islamic scholars cross-fertilized in legal matters because they lived in the same mercantile society. But the two traditions didn’t just overlap when it came to the law. Story telling was an art in the folklore-rich Arabian world.

Amongst the few things that the patchwork of Jewish sects in the Arabia Peninsula had in common was a repository of folklore. The Talmud had drawn on some of it, but there was much more which it did not absorb, including literature linked to the secessionist priestly sect at Qumran, who are best known as the authors of the Dead Sea Scrolls. Early Islam had drawn in Jewish converts who recounted these Dead Sea tales along with everyone else, based on their memories of legends they had heard as Jews.

As these stories began to circulate they took on an Islamic guise; the more they were repeated in the Islamic world, the more they were adapted to fit the cultural context. This folklore, which became known as Isra’iliyyat, was not always looked upon kindly by Islamic leaders. It frequently came in for fierce censure.

The Egyptian scholar Ahmad Shakir explains that Isra’illiyat literature can only be regarded as supporting mainstream Islamic traditions, it should not be relied on unless it is confirmed by the Qu’ran and Hadith.

Amongst the many Jewish converts whose stories entered Islamic hagiography, two in particular stood out. K’ab al-Ahbar, a Yemenite Jew, is thought to have been one of Caliph Umar’s closest advisers. Amongst the sayings attributed to him is that all human history is alluded to in the Jewish Torah; a Talmudic idea first expressed by the intriguingly named Ben Bag-Bag (Mishnah Avot 5:22).

Another convert, or possibly the son of one, Wahb ibn Munabbih, wrote, or contributed to, a work known as Kisas al-Anbiya, the Tales of the Prophets which recounts Jewish biblical legends, recast in an Islamic guise. Kisas al-Anbiya is considered to be the source for the Islamic belief that Abraham is commanded to sacrifice Ishmael, rather than Isaac as the Hebrew Bible has it. The Qu’ran does not say which son was nearly sacrificed.

Wahb’s other major work, Kitab al-Isra’illiyat, or Book of Jewish Matters, no longer exists but some of its tales appear, in an Islamic context, in the Thousand and One Nights.


In the Tanakh, the Jewish Bible, it is very clear that LOVE is the most important principle with God’s two Great Commandments to Love the Lord God with all your heart, soul, and might; and to love your neighbor as yourself.  This theme was reiterated and reinforced by Jesus in the New Testament.  In Judaism, God is omnibenevolent, and always seeks good for His people.

In Islam, however, while Allah is omnipotent and omniscient, He is not necessarily omnibenevolent.  Muslims’ prophet Muhammed, and their holy book, the Qur’an, states that VIOLENCE to neighbor, not love of neighbor, is not only a feasible act, but encouraged to please Allah and promote the one true religion, Islam.  There are over 100 verses in the Qur’an dedicated to violence.

Although stoning is advocated in some verses of the Torah, overall, LOVE is the predominate theme.  Jews also are not commanded to destroy religions that do not adhere to their belief system, as Muslims are commanded to do.

Overall, Judaism understands they are the chosen ones of God, and they believe in living in true harmony and peace with all those who differ from them.  While Islam believes it is their job to annihilate all those who refuse to believe in Allah and Muhammed.

After studying and reflecting, one can see clearly that Islam is NOT a tolerant religion, so to tolerate it paradoxically means that one is promoting and supporting bigotry.  There can be no TOLERANCE OF AN INTOLERANT RELIGION THAT ADVOCATES DEATH AND DESTRUCTION TO ALL WHO DO NOT BELIEVE IN IT.

The ‘Struggle’ Has Already Been Won


‘The Struggle’ for independence and choice land has been won by God’s chosen people:  the Jews, and later, the Christians, as illustrated in their domination of the Holy Land and America, respectively.

God chose Isaac, the second son born to Abraham, over the elder Ishmael (from whom arose the Arabic people, who now call Islam their god and Muhammed their prophet).  Isaac was born to the holy woman of God, Sarah, matriarch to all God’s people; while Ishmael was born of her handmaid Hagar.  Ishmael was likely always jealous of Isaac and purportedly ‘scoffed’ at Isaac’s weaning celebration, and so was cast out with Hagar to the east where-God assured Abraham-Ishmael too would make a great nation, because he was the seed of Abraham:

Genesis 16:10-12 

Then the Angel of the Lord said to her, “I will multiply your descendants exceedingly, so that they shall not be counted for multitude.” 11 And the Angel of the Lord said to her:

“Behold, you are with child,
And you shall bear a son.
You shall call his name Ishmael,
Because the Lord has heard your affliction.
12 He shall be a wild man;
His hand shall be against every man,
And every man’s hand against him.
And he shall dwell in the presence of all his brethren.”

We see that God kept his promise to Hagar and Ishmael.  Yet God saved His biggest blessing for Isaac and his descendants.

Isaac was rewarded with a son which further fulfilled the promise God made to Abraham that through Isaac, God would bless this family.  When Isaac’s wife Rebekah birthed Jacob, God’s irrevocable plan to multiply and bless Abraham’s offspring was cemented into place.

Jacob eventually journeyed to Haran to find a wife among his relatives, and on his way home from that long endeavor, Jacob spent a night alone on his journey back to the Promised Land.  Here he wrestled in the wilderness with a Man of God.  All night they struggled and Jacob did not give up his struggle nor let go until the Angel blessed him.  In that moment the Angel changed Jacob’s name to ‘Israel’ which means ‘to struggle with God and man and prevail.’

Wrestling with God

22 And he arose that night and took his two wives, his two female servants, and his eleven sons, and crossed over the ford of Jabbok. 23 He took them, sent them over the brook, and sent over what he had.24 Then Jacob was left alone; and a Man wrestled with him until the breaking of day. 25 Now when He saw that He did not prevail against him, He touched the socket of his hip; and the socket of Jacob’s hip was out of joint as He wrestled with him. 26 And He said, “Let Me go, for the day breaks.”

But he said, “I will not let You go unless You bless me!”

27 So He said to him, “What is your name?”

He said, “Jacob.”

28 And He said, “Your name shall no longer be called Jacob, but Israel;[a]for you have struggled with God and with men, and have prevailed.”

29 Then Jacob asked, saying, “Tell me Your name, I pray.”

And He said, “Why is it that you ask about My name?” And He blessed him there.

30 So Jacob called the name of the place Peniel:[b] “For I have seen God face to face, and my life is preserved.” 31 Just as he crossed over Penuel[c] the sun rose on him, and he limped on his hip.

Of course, Israel became the name of the entire nation of Jews, and from the line of Judah arose Christ the Messiah.  But in that decisive moment of struggle, God’s covenant with the Israelites was sealed forevermore, and the nation of Israel became the recipient of God’s favor, because they believed in, loved, and worshiped the One True God.

Therefore there can be no more fruitful struggle by other peoples or nations.  All struggles by peoples and nations other than Christians to take over the Promised Land of America fight in vain and fight for evil, because they have NOT been blessed by God in this venture.  It is uncanny that in both the Nazis, and the Islamists (who are descendants of the incestuous Lot and the false prophet Muhammed) whose goal is world domination, we find the definition of my struggle rife in their own language.

Jihad is a word with a bad connotation.  We know Jihadists as the terrorists who blow themselves up to effect mass damage to human beings, predominately.  Jihad is defined as:

(among Muslims) a war or struggle against unbelievers.
    the spiritual struggle within oneself against sin.
    noun: jehad; plural noun: jehads


Correspondingly, Adolf Hitler’s book Mein Kampf, translates exactly into My Struggle.

But as we can see, God’s patriarch Jacob already struggled with, and was blessed by the Angel of God, or Man of God, otherwise believed to be Jesus Christ.  There is no more struggle to be had, there is no more reason to wage war.

Thousands of years ago God sent His Angel to Jacob and chose Christianity to reign supreme and blessed it with a new name.  All that anyone in the world, Nazi or Muslim, need to do is accept Jesus Christ as their Savior.

And ‘the struggle’ is over.

God did not bless the Nazis, nor has He made a covenant with the Islamists because they do not know Him.  And it is obvious to everyone with a mind to comprehend that these groups are evil, and are so far removed from God and His Way that they might as well be satan personified.