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DUP must now come clean over draft accord, says TUV’s Allister
Read the Belfast Telegraph article here.
Don’t curry the yoghurt… learn the Irish language and beat cultural sectarianism
The information on the abilities, or lack thereof, of Sinn Fein’s leadership to speak ‘Irish’ makes this article a worthwhile read! Read more…
Does man have a soul and is there a hell?
Blasphemous denials by the Archbishop of York Dr John Habgood, answered by the Bible.
The synopsis of a sermon preached in Kilskeery Free Presbyterian Church on 13th November, 1994, by Rev. Ivan Foster, minister.
The great apostasy edges closer to its final and ultimate denial. That denial is given us in II Thess 2:3-4: Let no man deceive you by any means: for that day shall not come, except there come a falling away first, and that man of sin be revealed, the son of perdition; who opposeth and exalteth himself above all that is called God, or that is worshipped; so that he as God sitteth in the temple of God, shewing himself that he is God. The same truth is found in Peter’s writings. But there were false prophets also among the people, even as there shall be false teachers among you, who privily shall bring in damnable heresies, even denying the Lord that bought them, and bring upon themselves swift destruction, II Peter 2:1.
The present apostasy will culminate in man’s outright denial of the Lord Himself and the Antichrist setting himself up as God.
The Christ-rejecting ecclesiastical world took a step nearer to that final apostasy recently with the denials voiced by Dr. John Habgood, the Archbishop of York, on 7th November, 1994. He is reported in The Times newspaper as saying that there was nothing in the human body that departs when we die. He claimed that the individual’s identity was “held in the mind of God”. He also said that hell was not regarded as a serious option these days. Read more…
A new internet witness of interest to Ulster protestants
Sinn Fein reveals details of ‘draft agreement’ with DUP to dispel ‘mistruths’
“It is a sad fact of political life in Ulster that while we instinctively disbelieve what Sinn Fein says, we now must hesitate to accept what the DUP says because its dishonesty and deceit at the time of the setting up of its power-sharing alliance with Sinn Fein.
The DUP’s word cannot be trusted any more!!” Read the Belfast Telegraph report.
Calls grow for direct rule as Stormont talks end in tatters
No deal and Mrs Arlene Foster says: we will not be held to ransom
“But Mrs Foster, you will always be ‘held to ransom’ if you persist in having dealings with those who are long-skilled in kidnapping, robbery, murder and terrorism.
The whole process of seeking a partnership with Sin Fein/IRA was utterly wrong from the beginning. Nothing can be built in partnership with those intent only on demolition and destruction!”
Let us all learn from Ezra 4:1-5:
“Now when the adversaries of Judah and Benjamin heard that the children of the captivity builded the temple unto the LORD God of Israel; then they came to Zerubbabel, and to the chief of the fathers, and said unto them, Let us build with you: for we seek your God, as ye do; and we do sacrifice unto him since the days of Esarhaddon king of Assur, which brought us up hither. But Zerubbabel, and Jeshua, and the rest of the chief of the fathers of Israel, said unto them, Ye have nothing to do with us to build an house unto our God; but we ourselves together will build unto the LORD God of Israel, as king Cyrus the king of Persia hath commanded us. Then the people of the land weakened the hands of the people of Judah, and troubled them in building, and hired counsellors against them, to frustrate their purpose, all the days of Cyrus king of Persia, even until the reign of Darius king of Persia.”
The underlying principle is the same. Read more…
Arlene Foster: ‘No stand-alone Irish language act’
Read the BBC news article
Grassroots Pressure Telling but Still Dodging Key Questions on Irish
In the light of Jim Allister’s questions, Mrs Arlene Foster’s assurances, intended to pacify her troubled DUP members, do not appear so reassuring!! Read more…
Séamus Mallon: Adams legitimised killing of members of other community
This may well be the first time I have agreed with Seamus Mallon!!!! Read the Irish Times article
Sinn Fein’s new president ‘off on wrong foot’ with unionists as Mary Lou ends speech with IRA slogan
When Mary Lou McDonald ended her Sinn Fein leadership acceptance speech with “Up the rebels” and “Tiocfaidh ar la”, (Our day will come), she was clearly signalling a camaraderie and affinity with the bloody terrorism of the IRA. Her gloating in the activities of the IRA should signal the end to any “power-sharing” talks between Sinn Fein and the DUP. Sinn Fein is the unchanged and unchangeable fount of murder and terror that it has always been!
How can Unionists ignore this unveiling of the true face of this monstrous organisation with which they are seeking a political coalition at Stormont?
Read the Belfast Telegraph report here.
A WITNESS FROM 20 YEARS AGO THAT EXPOSES THE IRA LIE YET AGAIN!!
An article which appeared in The Burning Bush, February 1998.
IRA planning terrorism before civil rights marches.
It is part of the myth accepted by the world regarding the present troubles in Ulster that they arose from the demands of equality by the minority. Read more…
Presbyterian Moderator wants to meet Pope during Ireland visit
The Presbyterian Church in Ireland has indeed abandoned the Westminster Confession of Faith article which deems the pope that “Antichrist, that man of sin, and son of perdition, that exalteth himself, in the Church. against Christ and all that is called God,” Chapter 25:6. Read more…
Free Presbyterian minister: ‘Presbyterian Moderator designate is wrong to relish papal meeting’
This is an excellent response to the utterly repugnant comment by the Irish Presbyterian Moderator designate who stated that he would relish “the opportunity of meeting the pope.” Read more…
Unionists have warned the DUP against signing up to a mooted culture act in a bid to appease Sinn Fein, amid suggestions that a breakthrough in the Stormont talks could be imminent.
The DUP’s path of “progress” has ever been one of compromise and appeasement of Sinn Fein/IRA!! Read more…
Prime Minister May could visit Northern Ireland as power-sharing deal ‘edges closer’
Given her record of surrender to the EU, her arrival would spell disaster for Ulster!!! Read more…
Stormont deal imminent: Foster to be First Minister, progress on Irish language, same-sex marriage on cards
‘Arlene Foster as First Minister’ – that’s makes everything ok then!!!!! Read more…
Gerry Adams sold defeat as victory in a career based on illusion… he’s no nearer to achieving a united Ireland than he was at the start of his journey
His “illusion” cost 1000s of deaths!!! Read more…
A Catholic diocese has settled a claim for sex abuse by a priest accused of abusing pupils at a County Down school, it has emerged.
Dromore Diocese settles case involving ‘paedophile priest’
The abuse victim who has protested in the same spot for 20 years
Yet another example of the suffering brought upon Roman Catholics by their own church!!! Read more…
Jim Allister: Kelly regrets boltcutters but what about the past?
Sinn Fein failing utterly to convince critics party can ever change its spots
Gospel hall damaged in arson attack
Sinn Féin councillor Reilly quits in bullying row
If that is what they do on their own you can guess what they do on their opponents!!!! Read more…
DUP: Gerry Kelly’s car clamp removal ‘another significant test for the Sinn Fein leadership’
Other parties should quit (Sormont) talks if Kelly is an SF negotiator
Sinn Fein’s Gerry Kelly facing calls to quit after cutting off wheel clamp
He who believes that he has the right to take away a person’s life because he does not like their political views will think little of removing a wheel clamp!!!!! Read more…
Gerry Adams backs Jeremy Corbyn as next PM
What a revelation of the true character of Jeremy Corbyn!!!!! Read more…
IRISH REPUBLIC TO HOLD A REFERENDUM ON REFORMING ITS ABORTION LAW
It has been announced in the Irish Republic that a referendum on abortion reform is to be held by the end of May this year. The Taoiseach, Mr Leo Varadkar confirmed that a national plebiscite will take place on abolishing the eighth amendment and allowing terminations up to 12 weeks which will require a reforming of the country’s strict anti-abortion laws. The Irish cabinet agreed to give voters in the republic the chance to repeal the eighth amendment to the country’s constitution.
Doubtless, a very public debate will take place in which abortion will be justified, rationalised, defended and legitimised.
The eighth amendment was added to the republic’s constitution following a referendum in 1983. It recognises the equal rights to life of a foetus and the mother during pregnancy. Pro-choice campaigners say the amendment creates a “chill factor” in the health system preventing medical teams from carrying out abortions even in cases where a woman’s life may be at risk. They say physicians fear they could be prosecuted and sent to prison if they carry out terminations even in extreme cases such as when women are suicidal or become pregnant through sexual violence. Read more…