Tuesday, January 16, 2018

No mention of Christ in President Trump's Religious Freedom Proclamation

As another Lame Cherry exclusive in matter anti matter.

Mr. President issued a club fisted proclamation on January 15th for the 16th, in which he proclaimed Religious Freedom Day in America.

In this proclamation the Name of Christ does not appear. The Name Christian appears once in Christians being persecuted  and murdered overseas, but not one mention what Mr. Trump engaged in with John Kelly and Mitch McConnell in the destruction of the innocent Christian Judge Roy Moore of Alabama.

So you understand this, Donald Trump can name Almighty God in connection with the American founders, but Donald Trump just lumped Christian America along with all the other apostate, Christ denying, and pagan craft, because witchcraft if a religion and protected like the sodomite religion, and that is what Donald Trump just proclaimed in his Religious Freedom Day.

This is another diversion and con to the trusting Christians who will swoon over this victory, without Christ being named, with Christian Identity of America lumped in with Jewry, Islam, Yoga, Hindu, Wiccan and yes satanism.

If Donald Trump had meant to make this a Christian Proclamation, he would have. He instead intended to lump Christianity with all the other sects of death, and to further degrade Christians, as their CIA Mockingbird appointed leaders tell the bleating flocks that the wolf will not eat them.

This proclamation is a disgrace and no Christian leader would ever issue such apostasy.

Deuteronomy 12:  3-4

3"You shall tear down their altars and smash their sacred pillars and burn their Asherim with fire, and you shall cut down the engraved images of their gods and obliterate their name from that place. 4"You shall not act like this toward the LORD your God. 5"But you shall seek the LORD at the place which the LORD your God will choose from all your tribes, to establish His name there for His dwelling, and there you shall come.
Leviticus 18: 3-4

3You shall not do what is done in the land of Egypt where you lived, nor are you to do what is done in the land of Canaan where I am bringing you; you shall not walk in their statutes. 4'You are to perform My judgments and keep My statutes, to live in accord with them; I am the LORD your God

This is the Word of the Lord to the Children of Israel before they entered the Promised Land. Americans did this when they entered America, but the false religions have been  raised again, and are now protected by  the police state, and if anyone attempted to deny these religions of death their place, they would be crushed by the police state, so that is no longer an option, especially since Mr. President just signed a proclamation honoring religions of death along side Christianity.

President Donald J. Trump Proclaims January 16, 2018, as Religious Freedom Day

Issued on:

Faith is embedded in the history, spirit, and soul of our Nation.  On Religious Freedom Day, we celebrate the many faiths that make up our country, and we commemorate the 232nd anniversary of the passing of a State law that has shaped and secured our cherished legacy of religious liberty.
Our forefathers, seeking refuge from religious persecution, believed in the eternal truth that freedom is not a gift from the government, but a sacred right from Almighty God.  On the coattails of the American Revolution, on January 16, 1786, the Virginia General Assembly passed the Virginia Statute of Religious Freedom.  This seminal bill, penned by Thomas Jefferson, states that, “all men shall be free to profess, and by argument to maintain, their opinions in matters of religion, and that the same shall in no wise diminish, enlarge, or affect their civil capacities.”  Five years later, these principles served as the inspiration for the First Amendment, which affirms our right to choose and exercise faith without government coercion or reprisal.
Today, Americans from diverse ethnic and religious backgrounds remain steadfast in a commitment to the inherent values of faith, honesty, integrity, and patriotism.  Our Constitution and laws guarantee Americans the right not just to believe as they see fit, but to freely exercise their religion.  Unfortunately, not all have recognized the importance of religious freedom, whether by threatening tax consequences for particular forms of religious speech, or forcing people to comply with laws that violate their core religious beliefs without sufficient justification.  These incursions, little by little, can destroy the fundamental freedom underlying our democracy.  Therefore, soon after taking office, I addressed these issues in an Executive Order that helps ensure Americans are able to follow their consciences without undue Government interference and the Department of Justice has issued guidance to Federal agencies regarding their compliance with laws that protect religious freedom.  No American — whether a nun, nurse, baker, or business owner — should be forced to choose between the tenets of faith or adherence to the law.
The United States is also the paramount champion for religious freedom around the world, because we do not believe that conscience rights are only for Americans.  We will continue to condemn and combat extremism, terrorism, and violence against people of faith, including genocide waged by the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria against Yezidis, Christians, and Shia Muslims.  We will be undeterred in our commitment to monitor religious persecution and implement policies that promote religious freedom.  Through these efforts, we strive for the day when people of all faiths can follow their hearts and worship according to their consciences.
The free exercise of religion is a source of personal and national stability, and its preservation is essential to protecting human dignity.  Religious diversity strengthens our communities and promotes tolerance, respect, understanding, and equality.  Faith breathes life and hope into our world.  We must diligently guard, preserve, and cherish this unalienable right.
NOW, THEREFORE, I, Donald J. Trump, President of the United States of America, by virtue of the authority vested in me by the Constitution and the laws of the United States, do hereby proclaim January 16, 2018, as Religious Freedom Day.  I call on all Americans to commemorate this day with events and activities that remind us of our shared heritage of religious liberty and teach us to secure this blessing both at home and abroad.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this sixteenth day of January, in the year of our Lord two thousand eighteen, and of the Independence of the United States of America the two hundred and forty-second.