'I live for God now': Israel Folau has contract terminated by Australia after anti-gay comments

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Israel Folau will no longer play union rugby for Australia after the Wallabies tore up his contract following a social media post stating that "hell awaits" gay people.

The governing body of Australian rugby union, Rugby Australia, issued a statement saying the 30-year-old full-back had "committed a high-level breach of the Professional Players' Code of Conduct warranting termination of his employment contract."

READ MORE: ‘Hell awaits you’ Rugby star Israel Folau again at center of anti-gay slur row

Folau has been an integral part of the Wallabies' setup since switching codes from rugby league to rugby union and has made 73 international appearances for Australia. He was also expected to be in the Wallabies' squad for this summer's Rugby Union World Cup in Japan.

But now his international career appears to be over following his Instagram post, which said, "Drunks, homosexuals, adulterers, liars, fornicators, thieves, atheists and idolators - Hell awaits you."

Folau signed a four-year contract with New South Wales Waratahs a month ago, and was under contract with Rugby Australia until 2022.

But that deal has now been ended and Folau now has 48 hours to decide whether to accept his punishment or face a code of conduct hearing.

The situation is not the first involving Folau and anti-gay comments. In October last year, he said that he "enjoyed" the controversy created after he posted similar sentiments on his social media.

He escaped sanctions that time, but after his latest post, Rugby Australia took an action.

CEO of Rugby Australia Raelene Castle said: "Israel was warned formally and repeatedly about the expectations of him as a player for the Wallabies and NSW Waratahs with regards to social media use and he has failed to meet those obligations.

"It was made clear to him that any social media posts or commentary that is in any way disrespectful to people because of their sexuality will result in disciplinary action."

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Folau spoke to the Sydney Morning Herald newspaper to give his take on the negative reaction his post has generated.

"I share it with love. I can see the other side of the coin where people's reactions are the total opposite to how I'm sharing it.

"First and foremost, I live for God now. Whatever He wants me to do, I believe His plans for me are better than whatever I can think. If that's not to continue on playing, so be it.

"In saying that, obviously I love playing footy and if it goes down that path I'll definitely miss it. But my faith in Jesus Christ is what comes first."



Hate Crime!!!! Street preachers who answer questions with biblical verses routinely arrested Published: 09/22/2018






New era: Street preachers who answer questions with biblical verses routinely arrested

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Scotland still has on its books a law from 1690 that protects Christianity with penalties for blasphemy.

But it hasn’t been used in nearly two centuries, so lawmakers are ridding themselves of the ancient limits.

Just in time to impose a new, de facto blasphemy law that attacks Christianity.

The Barnabas Fund, an international ministry working on behalf of persecuted Christians, said the majority Scottish Nationalist Party has decided to get rid of the old law, a part of the Confession of Faith Ratification Act from 1690.

“It protects only the beliefs of the Presbyterian Church of Scotland, and hasn’t been used since 1843,” the report said.

The SNP said in a statement: “Council believes that such a move will strengthen Scotland’s capacity to speak out against human rights abuses under the guise of blasphemy and heresy elsewhere in the world, as well as removing once and for all the possibility that the Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal service could prosecute on such grounds here.”

Barnabas said that abolishing blasphemy laws “is widely regarded as marking an improvement in human rights, specifically in relation to freedom of religion or belief, freedom of speech, freedom of the press and academic freedom.”

“However, at the same time the Scottish government has been keen to abolish its Christian blasphemy law, it has allowed, what is in effect, a new blasphemy law to develop, which has led to multiple arrests of those criticizing politically correct beliefs in twenty-first-century Scotland,” Barnabas Fund explained.

The new standard has been imposed more by practice than the letter of the law, making Christian street preachers vulnerable.

With “hate crime laws by activists seeking to silence them by deliberately asking questions about Christian teaching on Islam or sexual ethics. When the preachers explain what the Bible says, no matter how respectfully, the activists make a police complaint, leading to the preachers being arrested,” the report said.

One was Josh Williamson of the Craigie Reformed Baptist Church in Perth.

Another was Gordon Lamour. It took Kilmarnock Sheriff Court just minutes to decide to dismiss all counts against Lamour.

“Not only are police Scotland now treating respectful expression of disagreement with LGBT beliefs as a ‘hate crime,’ they are also arresting entirely peaceful street preachers simply because a complaint is made – without even checking to see if there is any evidence to support that complaint.

“This is a serious matter, and if the Scottish government are genuinely concerned to set an example to the world by ensuring there is no possibility of anyone ever being arrested for blasphemy they should take urgent action to stop it,” Barnabas warned.

The government studied the issue, and it’s conclusions are alarming.

First, the report focused on justifications for hate crimes, ignoring the damage that has incurred. Also, it ignored freedom of religion and speech. And in a review of other nations, it failed to address the impact on human rights.

Barnabas said: “What we are seeing here is the replacement of one blasphemy law in Scotland with another. The Scottish government is keen to get rid of a law which theoretically protected a specific form of Christian belief from criticism although, in reality, its disuse for nearly two centuries means it may no longer be legally valid anyway. However, at the same time, what is, in effect, a new blasphemy law in all but name is being created by the backdoor using hate crime laws.”

Most of the blasphemy laws in the world protect Islam.

The Organization of International Cooperation, a coalition of Muslim nations, even has tried multiple times at the United Nations to impose a worldwide Islam-protecting blasphemy law, forbidding any criticism of the religion.



Dairy bar featuring anti-Christian symbolism plans expansion into United States

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A popular Canadian ice cream company is being slammed for using anti-Christian and satanic imagery in their marketing materials.

The disturbing imagery was pointed out by the pro-Christian website Vigilant Citizen Tuesday, which examined a number of disturbing promos used by the company Sweet Jesus.

Perhaps the most blatant blasphemous imagery appears in Sweet Jesus’ logo, which features a lightning bolt and an upside-down cross, symbols associated with satanic worship.

The upside-down cross, for instance, can be seen in the following image depicting a Church of Satan altar.

The lightning bolt symbol also appears in a sigil designed for Church of Satan founder Anton LaVey.

“The symbol of the lightning bolt is also prevalent in satanism,” the Vigilant Citizen explains. “It most likely originates from the Bible passage where Jesus said: ‘I saw Satan falling like lightning from heaven.’”

The lightning bolt and upside-down cross have prominently appeared on the Toronto company’s website, signs and cups.

The store also sells “Holy Water” for $1.

The Vigilant Citizen also points out that various ads used by the ice cream shop appear to mock Jesus, the Ten Commandments and bible passages, while also making grotesque sexual innuendos.

Most alarming is the ice cream shop appears to exploit children in their ads.

“One might think: ‘Well, that’s normal enough, right? Children love ice cream,’” The Citizen writes. “But these pictures involve children in a creepy way. At best, the pics ‘adultize’ children. At worse, they sexualize them.”

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Many on the company’s Facebook page have trashed it in online reviews, with some saying, “They mock the faith!”

“These people are a special type of disgusting!!” one Facebook user said.

“You are complete trash for mocking Jesus and exploiting children in a sexual and disturbing nature,” reads another high-rated review. “Obviously you guys have no shame and no morals and take joy in using satanic imagery to promote ice cream,” the user added.

“I’ll pass on the satanic ice cream…it’s bad enough you mock the Lord and use satanic symbolism in your logo…. but you had to exploit the kids in your ads,” yet another Facebook user stated.

But the ice cream joint has apparently found an anti-God niche market.

The website Retail Insider reports Sweet Jesus plans to expand into the United States, with a location already open in the Baltimore airport and more coming to Florida and Hawaii. Stores will also be opening in majority-Muslim areas overseas, including Dubai and Bangladesh, albeit under the name “Sweet Salvation.”

Retail Insider theorizes the secret behind the company’s success is their marketing towards Millenials with hip, trendy social media-friendly backdrops.

“It’s probably the most Instagramed food in all of Canada,” Retail Insider notes, highlighting the company has over 100k followers on the platform.

H/T: Vigilant Citizen


Chickie Mulldoon  5 hours ago

This is soft persecution of the Christian Faith. Does anyone for one second think that if this ice cream shop was making fun of and insulting any other religion except for Christianity it would be allowed to stay in business and not be racked by a multitude of lawsuits? This is absolute persecution of Christians. It is the first step in demoralizing the faith and its followers. It will lead to full out persecution. This story has a good end though. It has all been written down for centuries, and the good guys win in the end.


Sam Tennesson  5 hours ago

Yet there will still be some who will deny the blatant satanism and say “they’re just marketing ice cream. Nothing to see here.”


1986  5 hours ago

People are being inched closer and closer and closer to the Antichrist and the Mark Of The Beast. If you hear a preacher preaching true repentance, you would be wise to soak up every single word he has to say. I can see that we are very quickly running out of time.


1986  5 hours ago

Never mind ice cream. Imagine Eternity without water in Hell. Jesus is our only hope of avoiding that, but as HE warnd us; Repent or perish. Don't believe the churches as they tell you that all you have to do is believe. The demons do that and tremble. We must repent of our sins...continually, in order to be saved through Jesus Christ.


Nope  5 hours ago

If this abomination ever opened in my neighborhood, I would burn it to the ground. Let them cater to the faggots and cuckolds of Canada.


Savvy Chipmunk  7 hours ago

Canadian Advertising Standards Go to : they will follow thru on complaints. 
Should complain of ridicule of Christian faith, mockery as humour, and depictions of sexually exploited children. See their code sections.
I thought there was just one location in Toronto but no there's several. Facebook and Yelp pages only have ice cream photos at opening pages so I don't know if these images in the article are displayed in every location, but the logo of upside down cross and Satanisms' lightning bolt are prominent in all signage. Please go and complain !

FILE -- Google Home is displayed during the presentation of new Google hardware in San Francisco, California, U.S. October 4, 2016.  (REUTERS/Beck Diefenbach)

Some folks across the fruited plain are wondering if their Google Home smart speakers have an aversion to Christianity.   

A number of users have complained that Google’s popular virtual assistant can identify Allah and Buddha but cannot identify Jesus Christ. 

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“Google, who is Allah?” one Google user asked on a now-viral Facebook video. Click here to watch the video.

“According to Wikipedia, in Islamic theology God is the all-powerful, all knowing creator, sustainer, ordainer and judge of everything in existence,” the virtual assistant replied. 

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But when she asked Google who Jesus Christ was, the device replied, “Sorry, I don’t know how to help with that yet.”

And when she asked who Jesus was, the device responded, “Sorry, I’m not sure how to help.”

The same thing happened to David Sams, of Brentwood, Tennessee. 

"I even asked Google who is David Sams? Google knew who I was, but Google did not know who Jesus was, Google did not know who Jesus Christ was, and Google did not know who God was," Sams told Fox 17.

A number of smart speaker owners across the country are wondering if it’s simply an oversight or if something more sinister is at play.

"It's kinda scary, it's almost like Google has taken Jesus and God out of smart audio," Sams said. "First it started with schools."

Google released a statement to Fox 17 saying it meant no disrespect to Christians or the Son of God. 

“The reason the Google Assistant didn’t respond with information about ‘Who is Jesus’ or ‘Who is Jesus Christ’ wasn’t out of disrespect but instead to ensure respect,” Google said in a statement. 

Hey Google, what is “load of hooey?”

A Google spokesperson went on to say that content from certain topics can be vulnerable to vandalism and spam. And if their systems detect such circumstances, the Assistant might not reply. 

“We’re exploring different solutions and temporarily disabling these responses for religious figures on the Assistant,” Google said.

In the meantime, perhaps I can be of some assistance to the folks at Google Home. 

Hey Google, Jesus is the Son of God, the Risen Savior and whosoever believes in Him shall not perish but shall have everlasting life. See John 3:16.

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Куда уходят души после смерти? Шокирующие знания о Солнце и Космосе! (13.02.2017); 46:54 min. CC-Ima Google prevod!

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Christian school in Canada told not to teach ‘offensive’ Bible texts: Right or wrong?

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To teach children inclusivity, you can’t deny them an opportunity to understand Bible verses; to take them away, because someone thinks they are offensive, means taking away a freedom of religious speech, commentators told RT.

The Cornerstone Christian Academy and the Battle River School Division in Alberta, Canada, are at loggerheads over a Bible passage the school board considers offensive and interprets as indicating homosexuality is a sin.

The school board told the Academy it should not teach Bible scripture which vilifies someone's sexual orientation, but officials at the school fought back accusing the board of clamping down on freedom of religion.

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RT spoke to a video blogger Lauren Southern and a radio host Kammer Kinnarath to weigh in on the controversy.

RT: Kammer, could you tell us about the contradictions that you see in this story? Is the board right or wrong?

Kammer Kinnarath: It is hard to say. I am very conflicted in both terms. I am a religious gay man who is Muslim, and when I hear things about people taking things away from any Holy text, it does bother me in a way. But at the same time, there is the talk about teaching our kids how to be inclusive and how to respect different types of races, cultures, sexualities. And in order to do that to take that away – it sounds like a step forward, but at the same time, you are taking away a freedom of religion, freedom of religious speech. What would be more responsible is that if you were to teach the texts the way that it is. And then talk about different perspectives and how to walk around it as humans.

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RT: Lauren, does this ban limit religious freedom?

Lauren Southern: Right. And this is the issue with the word ‘offense,’ and that is what the school board used... They said you need to get rid of all offensive texts from the Bible and stop teaching this. And when it comes to that word it could be interpreted in any way. This woman who was particularly upset with the verses regarding homosexuality, she could be offended by anything. I could be offended by the whole Bible, hence why some people in history burned the entire book because they found the entire thing offensive. I actually agree here that instead of responding to censorship with more censorship, we should respond with more free speech. And we should be teaching things about inclusivity as well as the things about creationism and evolution. Just bring more education instead of trying to deny the opportunity to understand these texts to the children. 

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Attacks Against Christians in America!

Published on Apr 8, 2013
Attacks Against Christians in America! This is The State of the Christian Church today. See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil. I know from personal experience from sending out videos and posts in emails about persecution of Christians and the attack on our Constitution, I will get no response what so ever! I will later see people that I sent the video to and ask what they thought of it. I will get every excuse you can imagine why they did not watch it. Brothers & sisters the enemy of the Cross is at war against you whether you want to believe it or not. Wake up!
This video I am about to show you is discussing the vile attacks against Pastor Rick Warren. I do not agree with all he does and teaches, but I certainly do not agree with the attacks that he has gotten because his son has committed suicide.
We have got to wake up and respond to these attacks against our brothers & sisters now while it is still just verbal attacks because what comes next is physical attacks against us like our Christian brothers & sisters are inuring in the Middle East. Please watch this video and share with others and let us come together in prayer and awaken those that sleep and let us stop ignoring what is happening in our country today.

"Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter! Woe unto them that are wise in their own eyes, and prudent in their own sight! Woe unto them that are mighty to drink wine, and men of strength to mingle strong drink: Which justify the wicked for reward, and take away the righteousness of the righteous from him!" (Isaiah 5:20-23)

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Brothers & sisters what you are looking at is chilling because it comes from our own government. This is a training document used by a U.S. Army training instructor who listed Evangelical Christianity and Catholicism as examples of religious extremism along with Al Qaeda and Hamas during a briefing with an Army Reserve unit based in Pennsylvania. Now you maybe thinking this cannot be true, where is your proof what is your source for this outrageous information? It comes from several sources which I have put links to in the about section under the video here on YouTube. The sources are Fox news, the Christian Post and World a Christian Magazine.
This U.S. Army Reserve training brief on extremism and extremist organizations puts evangelical Christianity at the top of the list of groups soldiers should watch out for, and avoid. According to the Power Point presentation, obtained and posted online by legal group Alliance Defending Freedom, the Army Reserve in Pennsylvania considers evangelical Christians, Catholics, and Mormons as dangerous as the Muslim Brotherhood, AL-Qaeda, and Hamas.
"Men and women of faith who have served the Army faithfully for centuries shouldn't be likened to those who have regularly threatened the peace and security of the United States," he said in a statement. "It is dishonorable for any U.S. military entity to allow this type of wrongheaded characterization."
The incident was made public by a soldier who attended the briefing. He asked for copies of the presentation and sent them to the Chaplain Alliance. "He considers himself an evangelical Christian and did not appreciate being classified with terrorists," Crews told Fox News. "There was a pervasive attitude in the presentation that anything associated with religion is an extremist."
Army spokesman George Wright told Fox News that this was an "isolated incident not condoned by the Dept. of the Army." "This slide was not produced by the Army and certainly does not reflect our policy or doctrine," he said. "It was produced by an individual without anyone in the chain of command's knowledge or permission." Wright said after the complaint was lodged, the presenter deleted the slide, and apologized.

"We consider the matter closed," he said. Yea i bet you do. This is outrageous! So they consider the matter closed do they. And the presenter deleted the slide did he? What about all these other slides. Brothers & sisters here is the complete presentation provided by Alliance Defending Freedom from the Power Point presentation used by the U.S. Army Reserve in training soldiers on religious extremism. I have a question. The Southern Poverty Law Center and the ACLU, both of which are considered to be among the most prominent "civil rights" organizations in the United States, are seemingly obsessed with attacking evangelical Christians. Were they the source for your presentation on Christian Extremist?
It has become trendy to bash Christians, and that is a very frightening thing.
After they have finished demonizing evangelical Christians, what or who will the next?

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Vice President Mike Pence quotes Bible in response to being called 'Christian supremacist'

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It's no secret there is little love lost between the McCains and President Trump. So when VP Mike Pence referred to the president during a memorial service for Sen. John McCain, social media users read a lot into the look on daughter Meghan's face. USA TODAY

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WASHINGTON — Vice President Mike Pence turned to the Bible when asked recently what he makes of a new critical biography that calls him as a “Christian supremacist."

“The Bible says count it all joy when you endure trials of many kinds," Pence told the Christian Broadcasting Network in an interview excerpt released Friday. "Any time I’m criticized for my belief in Jesus Christ, I just breath a prayer of praise."

In “The Shadow President: The Truth About Mike Pence,” that came out this week, authors Michael D’Antonio and Peter Eisner cast Pence's background – congressman, Indiana governor, Trump VP – in a harsh light, arguing that “the most successful Christian supremacist in American history” is already functioning as a “kind of replacement president” and is preparing to “fashion a nation more pleasing to his god and corporate sponsors.”

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After New York Times columnist Frank Bruni wrote about the book under the headline “Mike Pence, Holy Terror,” religious leaders and other Pence supporters accused Bruni and the book’s authors of religious bigotry. Saying he’d “never heard such hatred poured out against such a good man,” evangelist Franklin Graham urged supporters to pray that God will put a “hedge of protection” around Pence and his family.

"You've been under attack," David Brody, chief political analyst for CBN News, said to Pence in asking for his reaction.

Pence told Brody, "I really don’t spend a lot of time thinking about it."

"This is a nation of faith," Pence said. "We’ll continue to stand for the things that we believe in." 

Pence, who has long described himself as a "Christian, a conservative and a Republican – in that order," also defended his faith in February after one of the co-hosts of the ABC daytime talk show The View cracked that Pence is mentally ill if he thinks Jesus is talking to him. 

"It’s one thing to talk to Jesus. It’s another thing when Jesus talk to you," Joy Behar, an actress and comedian, said on the show. "That's called mental illness, if I'm not correct. Hearing voices."

Pence responded that Behar's comments are "evidence of how out of touch some in the mainstream media are with the faith and values of the American people."

"I'd like to laugh about it, but I really can't," Pence said at the time.

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Study: 300K Anchor Babies Born Every Year, Exceeding U.S. Births in 48 States


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There are nearly 300,000 children of illegal aliens born in the United States every year, exceeding the total number of U.S. births in 48 states.

New wide-ranging analysis by the Center for Immigration Studies‘ Steven Camarotta reveals that there are roughly 297,000 births per year to illegal immigrants in the U.S.

The children of illegal aliens are commonly known as “anchor babies,” as they anchor their illegal alien and noncitizen parents in the U.S. and eventually are allowed to bring an unlimited number of foreign relatives to the country through the process known as “chain migration.”

The analysis notes that the nearly 300,000 anchor babies born every year in the U.S. exceed the total number of all U.S. births in all but two states: California and Texas. Likewise, the annual number of anchor babies born in the U.S. exceeds the number of births in 16 states plus the District of Colombia, combined.


There are more than 30 times as many anchor babies born every year than the total number of children born to native-born Americans in the state of Delaware. Similarly, there are more than 22 times as many anchor babies born every year in the country than there are children born to native-born Americans in the state of South Dakota.

The anchor baby population in the U.S. is almost twice the amount of residents living in the U.S. territory of Guam and more than double the population of the U.S. Virgin Islands, where a projected 107,000 residents live.

As Breitbart News reported, in the Los Angeles, California metro area, illegal alien births make up nearly 18 percent of all births in the region. In the Las Vegas, Nevada metro area, illegal alien births account for about 17 percent of all births.

California — a sanctuary state for illegal aliens — has the largest number of illegal alien births with about 65,000 illegal alien births every year. Texas has about 51,000 illegal alien births every year, while Florida has about 16,000 illegal alien births every year.

The Supreme Court, however, has never explicitly ruled that the children of illegal aliens must be granted automatic citizenship and many legal scholars dispute the idea. There are at least 4.5 million anchor babies in the U.S. — exceeding the annual roughly 4 millionAmerican babies born every year.

Many leading conservative scholars argue the Citizenship Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment does not provide mandatory birthright citizenship to the U.S.-born children of illegal aliens or noncitizens, as these children are not subject to U.S. jurisdiction as that language was understood when the Fourteenth Amendment was ratified.

John Binder is a reporter for Breitbart News. Follow him on Twitter at @JxhnBinder.

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