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Aug 20 2017

Ingo Breuer

Subversive leftist activities hurt the US

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The events in Charlottesville, VA seem so foreign to the US and almost as if all that has been staged. Leftist hate groups are busy trying to destroy the peace and sense of community that we know from small American towns and esp. rural southern towns.  As leftists unite in their hate against President trump and in their march toward an atheist society with their European allies, they increasingly become radicalized in their anti-American, anti-Israel and anti-Christian hate. Socialists always try to destroy their enemy from within by first infiltrating educational systems to deceive the youth. They are fine with allowing the older generations to die out with their conservative, Christian beliefs but they want to be sure that they have caught the youth.

There is a failure in the last 40 to 50 years to control subservive activies in our country. Congressman Larry McDonald (D-GA, 1935-1983) really analyzed it perferctly:

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Aug 05 2017

Ingo Breuer

President Trump Selects Governor Sam Brownback of Kansas for the Post of Ambassador-at-Large for International Religious Freedom

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The filling of this vital post in the State Department’s Office of International Religious Freedom allows many important initiatives of US efforts to promote religious freedom to proceed.


07/27/2017 Washington D.C. (International Christian Concern) – www.persecution.org International Christian Concern (ICC) is pleased to announce that President Trump has nominated Kansas Governor Sam Brownback as the next Ambassador-at-Large for International Religious Freedom. This ambassadorship was created by the International Religious Freedom Act of 1998. The Ambassador is tasked with leading The Office of International Religious Freedom (IRF) and fulfilling its mission of promoting religious freedom as a core objective of US foreign policy. The IRF office actively monitors religious persecution and discrimination around the world and is responsible for recommending especially egregious violators of religious freedom as “Countries of Particular Concern.” Sam Brownback has been the governor of Kansas since 2011. Prior to that post, he served as a US senator from 1996-2011 and as a member of the House of Representatives for Kansas’ 2nd Congressional District from 1995-1996. While a member of Congress, he worked actively on the issue of religious freedom in multiple countries and was a key sponsor of the International Religious Freedom Act of 1998. His record of service and experience in the realm of religious freedom should serve to give him a strong base of knowledge in the execution of his new duties at the State Department. Pending approval by the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, Mr. Brownback will take up this post effective immediately.

Isaac Six, ICC’s Advocacy Director, stated, “ICC applauds the selection of a strong supporter of religious freedom like Governor Sam Brownback for the post of Ambassador-at-Large for International Religious Freedom. The filling of this vital post sends the right message to the international community that religious freedom is a strong priority for the United States and that we will not turn a blind eye to those who suffer from persecution for their fundamental religious convictions. We look forward to working with Mr. Brownback to further the cause of respect and tolerance for all people of faith around the world.

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May 25 2017

Ingo Breuer

Sign NOM’s Petition to Attorney General Sessions: Defend Religious Freedom!

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Apr 07 2017

Ingo Breuer

The Law Of The Land?

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Are all these fouled-up antichristian activist Supreme Court decisions really the law of the land as some claim? I did some research in the writings of the late constitutionalist Congressman Larry McDonald. Listen to this:

Sorry for the cold. The squeaky chair is courtesy of Baymont Inn in McDonough, GA where this was recorded. I have no studio.

It is the job of the Senate to see to it that a more conservative judge like Neil Gorsuch fills the place of Justice Antonin Scalia. They liberals are due to take a heavy loss. We cannot surrender the Constitution to atheists, secular humanists and would-be Europeans who want to undo America.

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