Tuesday, 15 October 2013

THE HACKERS ARE STALKING ME ON JUSTIN HAYWARDS WEBSITE AND ON FACEBOOK

The hackers won't even let me go onto Justin Haywards website and facebook page in peace. They have done something so that when I try to get onto the Justin Hayward.com site a virus attaches itself, my virus software has had to block it.

I managed to get back on to Justins website and found his Facebook page, and though I had better inform him that someone has been blocking people off his website. I'd never been onto his Facebook page before yesterday. All of a sudden, shadowy figures like John Allan have followed me onto Justin Haywards facebook page. He's written something really creepy on Justin Haywards facebook page, I think its really creepy, about a young girl and her mum.

I've had the same stalking on other sites. As soon as I go onto any nice site, they follow me on, and try to friend me. I went on Pinterest to get knitting and sewing ideas, they came on, stalking me on there as well.

I am sick to the back teeth of these abusive cretins.

I can't stop these morons cyberstalking me, but what I can do is turn the full glare of the spotlight onto them. Which is why I am writing this blog post.

21 comments:

Anonymous said...

Zoompad

Google canon Kevan McCormack, his brother is John, there's an account from St marys church, Woodbridge around valentines day, lots of children and it specifically mentions John McCormack who stalks and harrases you, it's there, look it up.

Help your people zoompad, check it out.

John Allan, north wales abuser in bail is John Allen, who is only a few miles from McCormack, all a bit weird.

A friend

Zoompad said...

Thanks, I didn't realise John McCormacks brother was Canon Kevin McCormack.

I remember John McCormack very well indeed from Mothers for Justice, as he is one of the paedogangsters who was attacking me on Mothers For Justice for two years.

He told me that he lived 15 miles away from Dr Ludwig Lowenstein, and had a go at me for calling him Dr Frankenstein. He said that Lowenstein was a man with a dream. (A nighmare more like it, in my opinion) Then, he tried to go back on what he'd said and pretend he didn't know Lowenstein and that he'd never said it - trouble is, I'd already copied the evidence!!!

After that Mothers For Justice went down - the whole site crashed. Them trying to rub out the evidence of that and John Hemming MP's posts.

Its no use them doing that though, or even doing my computer in, as I have buried disks with the evidence on them in some woods near where I live!

Zoompad said...

Thank you for the info. I had no idea this was John McCormacks brother.

Kevin J. McCormack (b. October 1) is a Roman Catholic deacon with the Diocese of Rockville Centre, assigned to Our Lady of Peace parish in Lynbrook, New York. He is also co-host of WABC radio's longest running show, Religion on the Line, with Rabbi Joseph Potasnik.

Education and Career[edit]

McCormack graduated from Cathedral College and the Seminary of the Immaculate Conception and continued on to receive his master's degree in education from Fordham University.[1]

Involved in Catholic education for over 25 years throughout the New York metropolitan area, Dcn. McCormack is currently the principal of Xaverian High School in Brooklyn and an adjunct instructor of theology at Molloy College.[2]

References[edit]

1.Jump up ^ Staff Bio: Kevin J. McCormack
2.Jump up ^ Staff Bio: Deacon Kevin McCormick

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Zoompad said...


St. Mary's Church, Woodbridge

"We are here for the glory of God; to be the body of Christ, broken and restored to reflect the Gospel in our lives."

What's On > Events


"The Chocolate Trail"

Free Fun for the whole family courtesy of the Galley Restaurant. Download your free treasure trail from The Galley Woodbridge. http://www.galley.uk.com/woodbridge/chocolate-trail/ or call in at the Tourist Information Office in Woodbridge where they have copies already printed.

Forthcoming Events - see also Friends of St. Mary's Events

November

3rd - Rector's Cheese & Wine

16th - Autumn Fair

16th - Kingfisher Sinfonietta - 7.30pm in St Mary's Church, Woodbridge:
Boyce - Symphony No. 5;
Vivaldi - Concerto for Two Trumpets with Timothy Rhodes and Ian Abbott;
Salieri - Concerto for Flute and Oboe with Debbie and Robert Rogers;
Mozart - Symphony No. 41 in C "Jupiter" .

17th - Friends of St Mary's Concert

December

8th - Masonic Royal Arch Carol Service 3 p.m.

Zoompad said...

St. Mary's Church, Woodbridge

"We are here for the glory of God; to be the body of Christ, broken and restored to reflect the Gospel in our lives."

What's On > Notices


Notices for 13th October, 2013



Making the best use of our buildings – the whole congregation is invited to a Saturday morning event on 19th October in St Mary’s Church Centre, 10.00 for a 10.30 start and closing at 12.30 with soup and a ploughman’s lunch. Your ideas are wanted for ongoing improvements and how we can best develop St Mary’s church and St Mary’s House for the benefit of the congregation and the wider community. There will be a short presentation on community life in St Mary’s over the ages but the main focus is your ideas for the future. For any queries please contact Diane Milan (01394 549209) or John Wright (01394 383690).

A DATE FOR YOUR DIARIES - Autumn Fair Saturday November 16th at 10 a.m. in St. Mary's Church Centre. We hope to encourage as many people as possible to take part in the Autumn Fair this year, either by running a stall/competition or supporting on the day. Any queries please contact Margaret Lowe or Veronica Howe.

CHURCH STEWARDS – thank you to all those who have helped to steward in the church over the summer, we are now at the end of the tourist season but will resume next Easter.

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HUMAN SEXUALITY On Saturday next, 19 October, the Rev'd Dr John Hare is leading a whole day seminar in St George's Church in St Edmundsbury on Human Sexuality, based on the Anglican Concepts of Scripture, Tradition and Reason. The four Sessions will be
•The Scientific and Medical Knowledge on Human Sexuality, based on the Paper John recently presented to the House of Bishops
•The relevant Biblical Texts, preceded by an exploration of the Medical and Scientific beliefs in the Biblical Period
•Tradition, the way the Belief and Doctrine of the Church have developed over nearly 2000 year
•Reason. This last session will be a workshop for participants to discuss possible new approaches to this issue and a Moral Code for the Church of the 21st Century.

Places are still available -if you are interested contact John or Mary for more detail.

SERVERS – our membership has remained fairly static for some time but we are now looking for more people to join us to spread the load. Adults usually begin as acolytes (candle bearers) and children often as a boat – that is the person who holds the incense boat for the thurifer.

If you might be interested in joining us please speak to one of the current servers; we would be happy to organise a trial run for you. Colin Birkbeck, Anne Wright

SALVATION ARMY There is a plate at the back of the church for donations to the Salvation Army’s local food parcel ministry.

2nd PROM CONCERT will be on Sunday Nov. 17th. More info next week. If you would like to perform, please contact me this week. tel 386786. Tony Waller

SHCT Bike Ride 2013: I would like to thank everyone who participated in this year’s event – cyclists, walkers, and recorders. The sun did not shine as much as in previous years, yet we still received over 70 visitors to St. Mary’s. Please could I receive completed forms and monies by Sunday 13th October 2013. Many thanks Greg Spray

DRAFT AND UNSIGNED Minutes for the meeting of the Parochial Church Council held on 29th August 2013 are available at the back of church.

Autumn Serenade An evening of classical vocal and instrument favourites. Saturday 26th October 2013, 7 pm in church. Featuring: Anna Southey, Elizabeth Woolnough, Trevor Southey, Helen Marr and David Felstead. Donations to the Church Tower Fund. Refreshments included.

Focus This to remind members who belonged to Focus that we are having our 6 monthly Tea at 3pm on Wednesday October 16th at 45 Crown Place. I have slightly altered the time. Every member will be most welcome. Anna Ashton 384299.

Quay Church are organising a 24 hour prayer event and plan to fill a 24 hour slot with as much prayer as possible for Woodbridge and the surrounding communities. We plan to pray from 9am on Friday the 18th of October to 9am on Saturday the 19th of October. Please see posters for full details.



Notable Dates
•29 March 2014: Archbishop Justin Welby will visit the Cathedral
•6 July 2014: Ipswich Regent – major celebrations at 3pm and 7pm

Next Deanery Synod Meeting:

Wednesday 13 November 2013 in Sutton Memorial Hall

Zoompad said...

WHAT THE HECK IS THIS?????

HUMAN SEXUALITY On Saturday next, 19 October, the Rev'd Dr John Hare is leading a whole day seminar in St George's Church in St Edmundsbury on Human Sexuality, based on the Anglican Concepts of Scripture, Tradition and Reason.

Zoompad said...

http://www.google.co.uk/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&frm=1&source=web&cd=1&cad=rja&ved=0CC8QFjAA&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.stmaryswoodbridge.org%2Fnews%2Fnick10.htm&ei=okpeUsSeH-6T0AXJh4GQDw&usg=AFQjCNFfHxz0MGX3qnZPEyvE-bHQNgh6cw&sig2=8FzKGbdnyi-va9VHv3tuwA

CREEPY AND INAPPROPRIATE!

What sort of a church is this?

Zoompad said...

Anselm Centre
St George’s Church, Anselm Avenue,
Bury St Edmunds IP32 6JZ
Human Sexuality
Scripture - Tradition - Reason
An Anglican Approach
with
The Revd Dr John Hare
Anglican priest and consultant gynaecologist
Saturday 19 October
10am-4pm
Cost: £15 to include food and drinks
Booking: Adrian Mann 01284 753984
adrian.mann@btinternet.com
North Bury Team Ministry
Affi rming Catholicism in the Diocese of
St Edmundsbury and Ipswich

http://www.google.co.uk/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&frm=1&source=web&cd=6&cad=rja&ved=0CFkQFjAF&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.thetablet.co.uk%2Fissue%2F1000378%2Fclassifieds&ei=_kpeUv2RHe6T0AXJh4GQDw&usg=AFQjCNEQg4BLyz4Fa8Y4r8Kq1aPmeS_ncQ&sig2=2rliE9p0sjU-ldFuFun1iw

Classifieds - The Tablet



www.thetablet.co.uk/issue/1000378/classifieds‎






14 Sep 2013 - Human Sexuality. Scripture - Tradition - Reason. An Anglican Approach with. The Revd Dr John Hare. Anglican priest and consultant ...
More results for rev dr john hare human sexuality

Zoompad said...

Veritas Forum - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia



en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Veritas_Forum‎







Rodney Brooks and Rosalind Picard discuss robotics and humanity at the ... or purpose in human life, evil, or beauty; human sexuality and relationships; the ... philosopher Peter Singer, Christian philosophical theologian John E. Hare, and ... Timothy Keller - Christian pastor in New York City and author of "Reason for God" ...

http://www.google.co.uk/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&frm=1&source=web&cd=4&cad=rja&ved=0CEgQFjAD&url=http%3A%2F%2Fen.wikipedia.org%2Fwiki%2FVeritas_Forum&ei=_kpeUv2RHe6T0AXJh4GQDw&usg=AFQjCNGyRrvTTsBRdzC0ZO8oOFYJjYQqPg&sig2=l4MllPMoTLH6sFE2sLsSGQ

The Veritas Forum is a non-profit organization which works with Christian students on college campuses to host "forums" centered on the exploration of truth and its relevancy in human life, through the questions of philosophy, religion, science, and other disciplines. The organization, named after the Latin word for truth, aims to "[create] university events engaging students and faculty in exploring life's hardest questions and the relevance of Jesus Christ to all of life."[1] The first Veritas Forum was held at Harvard University in 1992. By 2008, 300,000 students had attended over 300 forums at 100 campuses across the United States, Canada, France, England, and the Netherlands. In the 2010–2011 academic year, Veritas Forums were held at over 50 institutions of higher education. Veritas Forums are available for viewing online, and the organization has published several books with InterVarsity Press.

Zoompad said...

To plan a Forum, Veritas partners with Christian student groups, who organize and host the Forum, typically co-sponsored by other student organizations and academic departments. Typical events include evening keynote addresses, workshops, debates, and discussions. Common topics include the existence of God; the relationship between science and religion; social justice work; questions of social ethics; feminism and women's issues; questions of meaning or purpose in human life, evil, or beauty; human sexuality and relationships; the existence of objective truth; religion and art; Christianity and popular culture; and the historical validity of the Bible.

The Veritas Forum has hosted several discussion events with prominent speakers representing secular or non-Christian points of view, including Peter Singer, Steven Pinker, Antony Flew, Christopher Hitchens, Shelly Kagan, Alan Lightman, and Jeffrey Sachs.

Recent discussion events include the following: the 2009 Veritas Forum at MIT with atheist philosopher Peter Singer, Christian philosophical theologian John E. Hare, and philosopher and religious scholar Eric Gregory;[2] the 2010 Veritas Forum in the Sheldonian Theatre of the University of Oxford, with atheist and journalist Christopher Hitchens alongside Catholic philosopher and ethicist John Joseph Haldane;[3] and the 2010 Veritas Forum at UCLA with Christian mathematician and apologist John Lennox being interviewed by UCLA Law Professor Daniel Lowenstein.[4]

History[edit source]





Pianist Mia Chung performs as part of an exploration of music, beauty, and truth, 2009.




Peter Singer addresses a Veritas Forum at MIT about human worth and dignity
Envisioned by chaplain Kelly Monroe Kullberg, the first forum took place at Harvard University in 1992. Its name derives from Harvard's motto, Veritas, meaning Truth.[5] Harvard's motto reflects the school's Christian heritage: although it is popularly trimmed to the one word Veritas, it officially reads "Veritas Christo et Ecclesiae," or Truth for Christ and the Church. With this name, Veritas seeks to remind the university community of the centrality of Christ to its founding. At the first Veritas Forum writers of the book Finding God at Harvard gathered to share their own questions, sufferings, journeys, and discoveries with the Harvard community.

After its first forum at Harvard, Veritas Forums spread to the University of Michigan, Ohio State, the University of Virginia, Yale and eventually across the country to Berkeley, Stanford, UC Davis, and UCLA.[6]

France had its first Veritas Forum in 2006; England and the Netherlands in 2007; Macedonia in 2010. In the academic year 2010-2011, Forums were held at over forty American institutions of higher education. To date, over 400 speakers have presented at a Veritas event, representing a variety of disciplines and worldviews.[7]

Zoompad said...

Past Speakers[edit source]

Christian Speakers[edit source]
Denis Alexander - Director of the Faraday Institute for Science and Religion at St Edmund's College, Cambridge
Jeremy Begbie - scholar of Christianity and the arts at Duke Divinity School
Craig Blomberg - American New Testament scholar at Denver Seminary
Mia Chung - award-winning pianist and professor of Interpretive Analysis at Curtis Institute of Music
Francis Collins - American physicist-geneticist, former head of the Human Genome Project
Caroline Cox - member of the British House of Lords and CEO of the Humanitarian Aid Relief Trust
William Lane Craig - American analytic philosopher and professor at Talbot School of Theology
Marla Frederick - professor of African-American Studies and the Study of Religion at Harvard University
Robert P. George - professor of jurisprudence at Princeton University
Owen Gingerich - professor of astronomy and the history of science at Harvard University
Os Guinness - noted author and apologist
Gary Habermas - American philosopher of religion
William Hurlbut - physician and consulting professor in the Neuroscience Institute at Stanford University
Timothy Keller - Christian pastor in New York City and author of "Reason for God"
Peter Kreeft - professor of philosophy at Boston College
Madeleine L'Engle - American author and winner of the Newbury Medal for "A Wrinkle in Time"
Ard Louis - reader of theoretical physics at Oxford University
George Marsden - historian and professor at The University of Notre Dame
Frederica Mathewes-Green - Eastern Orthodox author and speaker on religion
Alister McGrath - Anglican priest, theologian, professor at King's College London
Kenneth R. Miller - American professor of biology and author of "Finding Darwin's God"
J.P. Moreland - American philosopher, theologian, and apologist
Richard John Neuhaus - prominent Christian cleric, founder and editor of "First Things"

Zoompad said...

Rosalind Picard - professor of media arts and sciences at MIT, director of the Affective Computing Research Group at the MIT Media Lab
Alvin Plantinga - American analytic philosopher and former professor at the University of Notre Dame
John Polkinghorne - English theoretical physicist, Anglican priest, and professor at Cambridge University
Mary Poplin - professor of education at Claremont Graduate University
Vinoth Ramachandra - Sri Lankan Christian theologian and Secretary for Dialogue and Social Engagement for the International Fellowship of Evangelical Students
Fritz Schaefer - computational and theoretical chemist, professor at the University of Georgia
John Stott - English Christian leader and Anglican cleric, principal author of the Lausanne Covenant
Troy Van Voorhis - MIT chemistry professor
Miroslav Volf - Croatian professor of Christian theology at Yale University
Dallas Willard - American philosopher, formerly a professor at the University of Southern California
Lauren Winner - author and lecturer, professor at Duke Divinity School
Jennifer Wiseman - American astronomer at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Nicholas Wolterstorff - philosopher at the University of Notre Dame
N.T. Wright - noted scholar and professor at the University of St. Andrews
Ravi Zacharias - public intellectual and Christian apologist

Secular Speakers[edit source]
Colin Adams - mathematician, author, and professor at Williams College
Dan Barker - prominent American atheist and former Christian preacher
Akeel Bilgrami - Indian-born philosopher of language and mind
Veena Das - professor of anthropology at Johns Hopkins University
David Eisenbach - historian and professor at Columbia University
Antony Flew - British philosopher of religion and former atheist
Marcelo Gleiser - Brazilian physicist at Dartmouth College, astronomer, and author of "A Tear at the Edge of Creation"
Garrett Hardin - renowned American ecologist, coiner of the phrase "tragedy of the commons," and long-time professor at UCSB
David Helfand - chair of the Astronomy department at Columbia University
Christopher Hitchens - British author, journalist, and noted communicator of atheism
Shelly Kagan - professor of philosophy at Yale University
Nicholas D. Kristof - American journalist and winner of two Pulitzer prizes
Alan Lightman - MIT professor and author of the bestselling Einstein's Dreams
Gerd L├╝demann - German critical New Testament scholar and atheist
Steven Pinker - Harvard University professor of psychology and leading atheist
Jeffrey Sachs - American economist and Director of the Earth Institute at Columbia University
Scott Sehon - professor of philosophy at Bowdoin College
Peter Singer - Australian philosopher, professor of bioethics at Princeton University, and preference utilitarian

Zoompad said...



Books and Media[edit source]

Veritas Forum recordings are freely available on the Veritas website.

Veritas Forum Books seek to provide "academically engaging, culturally relevant and distinctively Christian points of view" to the public. Current titles include the following:
A Place for Truth edited by Dallas Willard, published in the fall of 2010
Finding God at Harvard edited by Veritas founder Kelly Monroe Kullberg
Finding God Beyond Harvard edited by Veritas founder Kelly Monroe Kullberg
The Dawkins Delusion by Alister McGrath and Joanna Collicutt McGrath
Finding Calcutta by Mary Poplin
Did the Resurrection Happen? featuring a discussion between Gary Habermas and Antony Flew

External links[edit source]
Veritas.org: Official website
Veritas Europe
Official Veritas Forum YouTube channel
Official Veritas Forum Flickr photostream
Veritas Riff in Wall Street Journal

Local Media[edit source]
Swarthmore College
Columbia University
Harvard University
Hope College
Stanford
UCLA
University of New Hampshire

Notes and references[edit source]
1.Jump up ^ "What is Veritas?, Organization's self-description.
2.Jump up ^ Moral Mammals: Why Do We Matter?
3.Jump up ^ We Don't Do God: Secularism and Faith in the Public Square
4.Jump up ^ Christianity and the Tooth Fairy: A UCLA Law Professor questions an Oxford mathematician on the claims of Jesus
5.Jump up ^ About Harvard's shield and logo
6.Jump up ^ Where We Are
7.Jump up ^ Veritas Presenters




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Zoompad said...

WORDS FAIL ME.

JUST SO SHOCKED, AND I THOUGHT I HAD REACHED THE POINT THAT I COULD NOT BE SHOCKED ANY MORE.

Zoompad said...

DEAR LORD JESUS,

SEE HOW THEY MOCK YOU. THEY DON'T JUST PERSECUTE US, THEY MOCK YOU, PRETENDING TO BE YOUIR CHILDREN IN ORDER TO DESTROY YOUR CHILDREN

PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE HELP US.

Zoompad said...

PLEASE HEAR MY PRAYER LORD JESUS, PLEASE, I AM SO VERY VERY TIRED OF ALL THIS, PLEASE STOP THEM PERSECUTING US PINDOWN CHILD ABUSE AND SECRET FAMILY COURT ABUSE VICTIMS ANY MORE, PLEASE

Zoompad said...

PLEASE PROTECT JUSTIN HAYWARD DEAR LORD, I KNOW THIS ISN'T ANYTHING TO DO WITH HIM, AND I FEEL BAD BECAUSE THESE WICKED STALKERS HAVE FOLLOWED ME ONTO HIS FACEBOOK PAGE, AS THEY STALK ME EVERYWHERE I GO ON THE INTERNET EVEN THE KNITTING AND SEWING AND ART SITES, WHERE I JUST GO FOR A LITTLE BIT OF RELAXATION, LIKE YOU DID ONE DAY WHEN YOU GOT TIRED WHEN ALL THE PEOPLE JUST WANTED TO FOLLOW YOU EVERYWHERE WITHOUT LETTING YOU HAVE A REST PLEASE LET NO HARM COME TO HIM BECAUSE OF ME, AND IF ANYONE TRIES TO HARM HIM PLEASE MAKE IT SO THEY CAN'T.

Anonymous said...

Zoompad,

So much uncovered.

What jumps out at me is the Masonic holy royal arch Carol service at St marys church Woodbridge on 8 December, let's all go to that and take pictures and post it everywhere.

Kevan McCormack was a teacher at royal hospital school, Holbrook with Simon Warr, Warr has recently been charged with child sexual offences

A frien

Zoompad said...

Not all the people in the Freemasons are child abusers, a lot of them just get into doing the charity work.

But at the very heart of Freemasonry there is lucifer. Most of them just don't realise that, they really don't.

The same as the vatican. At the heart, the very centre, is lucifer.

Zoompad said...

I did this video a few years ago:

http://youtu.be/BTwXe-elqB4

The Lord speaks to the hearts of His persecuted people. He reveals himself to them while he hides his face from those who despise him.

I know the Lord is coming back, I just know it.