Doctor’s Office or Indoctrination Camps?
Today the question has to be asked if you are going to the doctor or the propagandist as the Ron Paul institute published a story on the new guide put out by the American Medical Association:
“Visiting doctors’ offices has long been something most people have not enjoyed and something some people have dreaded. With mask wearing demands and coronavirus fearmongering to push experimental “vaccine” shots lately becoming part of the doctor’s office experience for many people, more informed clients are now also increasingly questioning the competence and rationality of their doctors. Still, visiting many doctors’ offices may become a significantly worse experience soon because of advice the American Medical Association is giving doctors in a newly published guide. The guide, titled “Advancing Health Equity: A Guide to Language, Narrative and Concepts,” calls for doctor to change the way they speak to clients so doctors’ statements to clients regarding medical matters are heavily infused with political commentary.”
Here are some examples of what you will find in the guide: “The guide provides as an example of how doctors should change their communication that they can replace the term “low-income people” with “people underpaid and forced into poverty.” Doctors are also directed to say, “For too many, prospects for good health are limited by where people live, how much money they make, or discrimination they face.”
This is classic Marxism. There was a time when you could go to the doctor and not have to worry about anything other than your health, but apparently those days are long gone. You will now have to endure being propagandized with foolish economic principles that find their genesis in a man who had horrible health because he refused to bathe consistently (Karl Marx). What could possibly go wrong?
The desire to insert sharp objects by force runs in the Abdul-Jabbar family
Last week Kareem Abdul-Jabbar was condemning Aaron Rogers for not getting the Rona Jab because he was endangering people. This week we find that his son, Adam Abdul-Jabbar, also wants to forcibly stab people with sharp objects because he has already done it.
Adam Abdul-Jabbar pleaded guilty to four counts, including two counts of assault with a deadly weapon. This plea got him 180 days in jail, so you may be thinking that it was a minor stabbing (is there such a thing?) or maybe even somewhat accidental, but you would be wrong. Here is the story:
In July 2020, Adam Abdul-Jabbar stabbed Raymond Windsor, 60, several times in the back, head, neck and abdomen. The stabbing occurred after Windsor told Adam Abdul-Jabbar to assist his grandmother with the garbage cans. Following the stabbing, Windsor suffered a skull fracture and brain bleeding. TMZ Sports reported that Adam Abdul-Jabbar was potentially facing years in prison with the aforementioned charges. As such, Orange County District Attorney Todd Spitzer told TMZ Sports that the verdict is a “miscarriage of justice” and added that Adam Abdul-Jabbar should’ve received a larger punishment for his actions.
Perhaps the apple doesn’t fall too far from the tree in this case and it is an Abdul Jabbar thing that wants to force sharp objects into people for things like being told to take out the garbage or being specific with your words and following real science.
Are Christians in an open relationship with Jesus?
The Bible teaches that Jesus is the exclusive way to get to heaven (John 14:6 Jesus said to him, “I am the way, the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through Me.), but there is a trend with the Millennial generation that accepts Jesus but not His moral absolutes. They want a hippie Jesus who isn’t in the Bible and they want to leave His moral absolutes (truth) alone — as if you can have one without the other.
“The spirit of relativity has comfortably settled in among Millennials – although it should be noted that more than one-fifth of them (22 percent) have yet to figure out where they stand on moral truth.”But among those who have taken a stand, rejecting rather than accepting moral absolutes is the dominant perspective by a 5:2 ratio (56 percent vs. 22 percent).”
“But the research found that Millennials are generally positive about the person of Jesus Christ. “One of the most important insights from the study is that Millennials do not seem to have a problem with Jesus Christ as much as they have problems with Christian churches, Christian individuals, and some biblical principles that directly conflict with popular culture perspectives,” the report says. It also found that the Bible “fares relatively well” with Millennials “although companion research suggests that they are ill-acquainted with its contents.”
Christianity Today also put out a story about how to measure the effectiveness of Interfaith community projects. Let me help you out with this one, you don’t. Christians shouldn’t be working with other religions in an interfaith dialogue kind of way. Jesus is exclusive and He doesn’t allow for us to have an open relationship with Him.