“Oranges and limes!”, began one of the chimes,
“Ee, it’s good to be back, though m’ rope’s a bit slack.”
“What I want to know,” said the bell that sounds So,
“We was laid off, but what was t’ reason for that?”
“I don’t rightly know”, said the great bell of Do.
(False ending – i.e. slight pause, during which people who think the song has already finished may start to applaud, only to be interrupted by the the start of the next verse.)
“I’ve news about that”, said the bell tuned Bb.
“News? Pray announce!”, clanged several at once.
9/11 anniversary guest post by Dr Chuck Balwin, Montana
Big Government toadies can pooh-pooh the existence of a conspiracy by elitists to create a global government (aka a New World Order) all they want to, but that doesn’t change the fact that they are. Over the last several decades, proponents of global government have been quite outspoken about their intention to create a New World Order. In fact, former President George H.W. Bush (NOT so-called “right wing conspiracy nuts”) was the one who popularized the term “New World Order” in modern times.
For those who haven’t taken the time to educate themselves on the reality of the elite’s intention to create a New World Order, please take a few minutes to review this documentation:
A Chronological History: The New World Order
That pastors and Christians would question the existence of a modern conspiracy to construct global government is somewhat surprising to me, as such a conspiracy can be traced all the way back to the story of the Tower of Babel as recorded in the Book of Genesis. Plus, the Biblical record is replete with examples of ancient empires that embarked on world domination.
Affectionate parody of Westboro Baptist Church’s own witty parodies of popular songs.
A ground-breaking court case
I attended a quite glorious court hearing yesterday. The outcome, for which many of the public who attended the hearing would have been praying, was a cause for jubilation.