Banks Chokehold Specialist, The Bankerster

Where Are the Prophets? the Prophets That Would Boldly Confront the Ruling Class with Harsh Truths, Usually About Social Justice

The prophet Isaiah wrote: “Your princes are rebels and companions of thieves. Everyone loves a bribe and runs after gifts. They do not defend the orphan, and the widow’s cause does not come before them.” Prophets are truth-tellers . Prophets of today are called to speak the word of the Lord from within the court,…

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Child trafficking? Following the big money across the globe, banks are involved

HNewsWire-Child trafficking, following the big money across the globe, “Banks”: Crime pays asks any banker, that’s why it continues. And nothing pays as well as selling human beings, especially children…. Human Trafficking Monies in the Community Banks: Banks Child trafficking isn’t just some sick illness: it’s a global, profitable business and banks take the money from…

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The collapse of the banking system

False apostles are motivated by their greed, lust, or power. Second Timothy 3:1–8 describes such teachers in more detail: “But mark this: There will be terrible times in the last days. People will be lovers of themselves, lovers of money, boastful, proud, abusive, disobedient to their parents, ungrateful, unholy, without love, unforgiving, slanderous, without self-control, brutal, not…

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Banks Do Not Always Command The Public’s Trust

Banks are running out of time to regain public trust Isaiah lived in a time when Judah was struggling under the weight of injustice: “Justice is driven back, / and righteousness stands at a distance; / truth has stumbled in the streets, honesty cannot enter. / Truth is nowhere to be found, / and whoever…

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Banks Make The Dirty Money Appear To Be Legitimate

Narcissism is the term used in psychology to describe a preoccupation with self. It is a Greek term taken from the name of the mythological Narcissus, who fell in love with his own image and was doomed to die because he would not turn away from it. A narcissist is a person who displays a high…

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Facebook shares plummet after FTC announces massive probe into Big Tech antitrust violations, censorship

Subjectivism says that truth actually changes to fit the individual. Largely, subjectivism is a postmodern reaction to the horrible conflicts that have arisen from people fighting over the definition of truth. Over the centuries, the world has been embroiled in many conflicts, with all parties claiming the high ground based on the “truth” they espouse.…

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Trump’s empty promise in 2016 that he would be a protector of persecuted Christians, now he want to be a protector of homosexuality when there are thousands and thousands of victims of homosexuality

Sadly, the Bible predicts a downward spiral of catastrophes, human sin, and religious apostasy before Christ returns. Paul writes, “But realize this, that in the last days difficult times will come. . . . Evil men and impostors will proceed from bad to worse, deceiving and being deceived” (2 Timothy 3:1, 13). The world will continue…

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Financial and Banking Cover-ups

A bribe is money, favor, or other consideration given in exchange for one’s influence against what is true, right, or just. The Bible is clear that giving or receiving a bribe is evil. The most heinous example of a bribe in the Bible is the thirty pieces of silver that Judas received to betraythe Lord Jesus. A direct…

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Banks Are Corrupt — and Getting Worse, This is a Three-Part Series on Corrupt Banking Practices in Texas and Throughout the United States

Corruption has played a starring role in the history of financial institutions.  Corruption is likely to cause inefficiency when assets are used inappropriately. When corruption occurs within an bank organization, unflattering media coverage typically follows, which may result in customers losing trust in its business practices and products. This is a three-part series on corrupt…

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A Long Journey Home

A book about a fourteen-year-old boy, the son of a Baptist pastor, thrown from his home at age 14. This boy, StevieRay, would later become a multimillionaire. Now he gives orphans a second chance at life.