Tuesday, 23 March 2010


Lord Falconer, Gibson Dunn and Crutcher, the Forced Adoption Industry, The Secret Family Courts, International Human Trafficking Gang


Zoompad said...

This lardy old windbag caused me to suffer like hell. Every time I wrote to him and Jack Straw the Staffordshire secret family courts criminals turned the thumbscrews even tighter. In the sight of God I point the finger at both these men and accuse them of malicious vindictive persecution. I would do it to their very faces, if only I could.

I wanted to kill myself, that's how bad these selfish, vindictive bastards made me feel, I thought I was going insane. I was so desperate, as a Christian I was unable to understand why God was allowing me to suffer so much.

One night, I was crying (as usual) at my computer, I was sat there trying to work out how come a rape victim could be taken to court by the man who had raped her. That was when I came accross the man who is famous all over the world, and yet if you would have asked most people his name they would not have heard of him, Richard Gardner, an American psychologist who invented a theory called Parental Alienation Syndrome. Gardner was also a staunch apologist for paedophilia. I found others who were being persecuted in the secret family courts and we started to research this properly.

We discovered a whole lot more things over the years, shocking things about how our government is conducting itself. The letters I had recieved from the MOJ made perfect sense once I knew about the thumbs pulling out plums that had been going on. It was horrible to find out about all this corruption, it made me feel sick that people could be so wicked.

I know that it was God who directed me to that website that evening, when I was weeping at my computer. I know that only God can save this country, it's all so corrupt, and the corruption is from the very top, working down.

Zoompad said...

The unpardonable sin is a sin that must be progressed into; it is not a sin that can be committed by just anybody at the snap of his or her finger. It starts with resisting the Holy Spirit, and turns into a rejection against Him; the result is a final rejection of the Holy Spirit in that person's life, resulting in blasphemy against the Holy Spirit.

Blasphemy is a sin which is a sin that meant from the heart (Mark 7:21-23), and is committed when a person(s) speaks evil against somebody, before other people; therefore it is dangerous (not necessarily unpardonable, but dangerous) to speak out to prevent the work of the Lord from being done, such as trying to shut down a ministry which God is moving in, convince people to walk away from Jesus, or prevent them from coming to Jesus.

It is a sin that is committed naturally, flows out freely, and comes from deep within the heart (1 Samuel 16:7, Mark 7:21-23, Luke 6:45); it is not simply some mistaken words spoken, but it is a sin that comes from a heart that is deeply rooted with evil and rejection against the Holy Spirit (Matthew 12:34, Mark 7:21-23, Luke 6:45).

The unpardonable sin is like a final rejection of the Holy Spirit, which results in blasphemy against Him, and it cuts the cord forever from being drawn to Jesus. When a person is in this kind of a mindset, they aren't concerned one bit about what they are doing and have a deep root of evil in their heart (Matthew 12:34). Once a person commits the unpardonable sin, it is impossible for them to change.

The reason you can cut off Jesus, and still change, is because the Holy Spirit can lead you back. It is the Holy Spirit who brings a person to Jesus; therefore, when you flat out reject the Holy Spirit, who is left to bring you back, and give you a heart of repentance and concern? If a person cannot realize that they need Jesus, they are hopeless.

Zoompad said...

I don't know if those wicked men have sunk so far, but I do know that while there's life there's hope.

We are more than a collection of atoms and electrical energy - we have eternal souls inside us, because we were created in the image of God.

So we ought to be noble beings. If we give in to our carnal nature and let it rule us, we allow ourselves to be used by the devil, and we become ugly, horrible creatures.

We have a Father in Heaven who cares about us. We should heed what he said, and never use our precious lives to hurt other people.

I think these people who have done wicked things could still escape going to hell if they just own up to Jesus about what they have done, instead of telling all these lies.

Hell is real. We have a taste of both heaven and hell in this life. I had a taste of hell at Chadswell Assessment Centre, Staffordshire, it was really frightening to be locked up with those bad people, put into a cell. It might not seem that bad to an adult, but I was a child, so to me it was like hell on earth. I don't know why God let them put me there but I will never forget that fear and how happy I was to escape from that awful place.

Zoompad said...

Of course, Chadswell Assessment Centre was nothing compared to what people like Harry Patch endured at Passchendaele, or at least, so it may seem. But to fear for your life is the same wether it is by bullets, bombs or child molestors. It is all the same, a taste of hell.

Likewise, when you have been to the mountaintop, and seen a glimpse of heaven, it does not matter what it is exactly that was the means of bringing you that glimpse of sweet joy.

Heaven and hell both exist, and we get a glimpse of both of them here in our mortal coils. We choose our own destiny. We all get the chance to choose good or evil, right and wrong. And God is so patient and ready to forgive - he WANTS to forgive the people who have done wicked things, he really does. God is not a mean old beardy in the sky, sitting on a white cloud pointing the finger at us and shouting "GO TO HELL" as soon as he sees us doing something wrong. God is a Father, THE Father of Creation, and He is full of love and sorrow even for people like Lord Falconer and Jack Straw. Though it pains me to say it, nevertheless, it is true. God does not want anyone to go into eternal darkness, but he won't force anyone to choose righteousness, because he gave us all free will and will not take that from us while we are in our mortal coils.