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A very Christian extreme can-of-worms funding popular far-right pundits from Cisco Tx
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CupidStunt  Wrote: (12-08-2018 12:22 PM)
I’m not seeing any earth shattering cans of worms. It looks like you’re trying to draw line and make connections that don’t mean much. Hitler was very anti-religion and scientistic sort of the exact opposite of what you seem to be discussing, so not sure why a parallel was drawn to modern extreme righties or dominionists (or whatever they refer to themselves as chuckle). Maybe I missed the point, it is 4 am and I’m about to try and go back to sleep.

Oh, and in case the original author hasn’t figured it out yet, it’s an Iraq license plate from the Erbil province, Kurdistan region, so mostly Kurds living there. The plates changed after 2000, so it’s eitter an old picture, or someone rolling with old plates.

because any association of ppl that advances communism is good

any ppl working together to oppose some part of communist goals is bad!
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spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ  Wrote: (12-17-2018 07:10 AM)
Gloo/CA created a FB ad microtargeting platform for churches that harvests congregation data. A church member who refused to complete a Gloo online survey out of privacy concerns has made a Christian critique of Church Growth Movement business techniques

https://twitter.com/BrentAllpress/status...6124213250

The Philanthropy Roundtable Culture of Freedom Initiative is another Cambridge Analytica creditor: “Through COFI, 430 churches & nonprofits in 3 test cities have access to breakthrough data & micro-targeting technology”

https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/10168...83456.html

more massive threads on this and associated Cambridge Analytica connections

spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ  Wrote: (12-17-2018 07:22 AM)
“Insights” was developed by Cambridge Analytica & Gloo, using health & addiction data of 248 mill Americans to recruit patients through microtargeted FB ads. Gloo sponsored the 2018 Psychotherapy Associates Symposium on Addictive Disorders, Behavioural Health & Mental Health.
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https://twitter.com/BrentAllpress/status...4381794305
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Koch funded Philanthropy Roundtable - Culture of Freedom Initiative: Webinar for Donors prior to the 2018 COFI Summit on the FB Ad microtargeting platform created by Cambridge Analytica and Gloo & marketed to churches. Live Demo video (see from 7:30):







In 1999, Philanthropy Roundtable spun off the Koch-funded DonorsTrust and Donors Capital Fund, two "donor-advised funds" that create separate accounts for individual donors, who then recommend disbursements from the accounts to different non-profits.

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https://twitter.com/BrentAllpress/status...9824487424
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There appears to be an infinite number of 'groups' & , 'think tanks' related to the Right Wing Christian Extremists, that fall under a Dominionist Agenda. The Council for National Policy is another one funded by the Kochs.

Education Reform Report, CNP (Council for National Policy)
So, what’s the connection to Betsy DeVos? Her father-in-law Richard DeVos, her mother Elsa Prince, and her father Edgar Prince were all past members and leaders of the CNP.

So, let’s delve into what’s in this shocking “Education Reform Report”. The cover letter states that the purpose of the report is to “to serve as a resource for education reforms by the new administration of the Department of Education under the leadership of Mrs. Becky DeVos, Secretary-Designate.” The five-page document starts with four “assumptions” and a pledge:

All knowledge and facts have a source, a Creator; they are not self-existent.
Religious neutrality is a myth perpetrated by secularists who destroy their own claim the moment they attempt to enforce it.
Parents and guardians bear final responsibility for their children’s education, with the inherent right to teach, or to choose teachers and schools, whether institutional or not.
No civil government possesses the right to overrule the educational choices of parents and guardians.
The CNP Education Committee pledges itself to work toward achievable goals based on uncompromised principles, so that their very success will provoke a popular return to the Judeo-Christian principles of America’s Founders who, along with America’s pioneers, believed that God belonged in the classroom.

The reference to “Judeo-Christian principles” echoes that of people like the founders of the American Christian Academy (now the Livingston Classical Academy) who have been working to create religious charter schools disguised as something else in order to funnel tax dollars illegally into their bank accounts here in Michigan and around the country. Have a look at my post “Conservative religious group attempting to open Michigan charter schools in Brighton & Warren using our taxes” for a run-down on this group. There’s more HERE, as well.


more:
https://www.eclectablog.com/2017/02/chil...state.html
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States have bought Voting Machines from vendors controlled and funded by the Religious Right, convicted felons, and politicians.
Council for National Policy (“CNP”)
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Quote:The Council for National Policy (to which Kellyanne, Bannon, the DeVos family, the Mercers, Pence, Ken Blackwell, and two men whose families funded the largest voting machine vendor in the U.S.) has set a deadline of 2020 for restoring “religion and economic freedom and Judeo-Christian values” under the Constitution.

https://extranewsfeed.com/americas-talib...65f1754ca4

While the DeVoses are less well known than the #Kochs, they have played a similar role in bankrolling the rightward march of the ?Republican Party. Starting in 1970, the #DeVos family, based in Grand Rapids MI, began directing at least $200 Mn into funding what was then called “The New Right.” The family supported conservative think tanks such as the #HeritageFoundation; academic orgs such as the #CollegiateStudiesInstitute, which funded conservative publications on college campuses; and the secretive #CouncilForNationalPolicy, which the Times called “a little-known club of a few hundred of the most powerful conservatives in the country.” The Council’s membership list included leaders of the #ChristianReich, such as #JerryFalwell, #PatRobertson, & #PhyllisSchlafly, and ANTI-TAX & PRO-GUN groups.

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spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ  Wrote: (12-05-2018 04:24 AM)
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I can see no one gives a damn.

Big changes are in store for you, America. Most you won't like.

You can count on it.

thanks for the input

yeah.. some stuff they just won't touch because it exposes the 'Amerikan vision' stuff too much

do you think we will see extremist Christian Jihadist groups eventually?

It would appear there is already a formidable base that is almost there.

Yep. We will. Soon. By the time we actually see them, it will be too late. The noose will already be around our necks.

It will be extreme rightwing fascism.
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