Who Changed the World? Was it Gorbachev or Jesus?

April 21, 2016

““Transformation,” transformational,” and “transformative” are well-worn words in Mr. Gorbachev’s globalist lexicon, always signifying a supposed urgent need to deconstruct the current political/economic system of sovereign, independent nation states and the market-based economy and restructure (transform) it into a globalized, centralized, socialized “new world order.”

Mr. Gorbachev was in the news again this week. He is almost five years older than he was when THE EXCELLENT ARTICLE FEATURED HERE was written. The world has changed towards the direction Mr. Gorbachev wishes in that five years. When Mr. Gorbachev dies, his words will be remembered and the agenda that he and others are pushing will continue to become a reality.

The answer to the questions in the title above is very simple. If you have read any of this blog, you know what my answer is.

Chris Reimers



June 19, 2013

“It’s a bird. It’s a plane. NO!!! It’s Superman.”  I don’t know about you, but when I was a kid Superman was always my favorite comic book character.  Spiderman was a close second.

I don’t plan on seeing the new, box-office, record-breaker soon; maybe when it comes out on DVD.  And I’ve not watched the latest Spiderman movies because the end of the first one was too violent in my book.

The movie gets a 3 1/2 out of five in this review.

I think Gary has some interesting thoughts in this video.  You may want to skip the ad about the prophecy conference and go straight to the podcast.

I’m with Mr. Stearman; Jesus Christ is the one and only real Superhero.


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