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Thrivent claims experiences impact on my faith and others, Thrivent claims core Christian values but that was not my experience, Impact not just financial physical & emotional 

Thrivent claims experiences impact on my faith and others, Thrivent claims core Christian values but that was not my experience, Impact not just financial physical & emotional

“Though I speak with the tongues of men and of angels, and have not charity, I am become as sounding brass, or a tinkling cymbal”…1 Corinthians 13

“But false prophets also arose among the people, just as there will be false teachers among you, who will secretly bring in destructive heresies, even denying the Master who bought them, bringing upon themselves swift destruction. And many will follow their sensuality, and because of them the way of truth will be blasphemed. And in their greed they will exploit you with false words.”…2 Peter 2:1-3

“And you shall know the truth, and the truth shall set you free.”…Jesus, John 8:32

 

This may be the most important article that I write about my claims experiences with Thrivent Financial for Lutherans (and now anybody).

Aside from the devastating financial, physical and emotional impact of their treatment of me over many years and 2 claims experiences, there was potential for impacting my faith.

If Thrivent had been my predominant experience with the Lutheran Church, I would have run away screaming in despair.

From the Washington Post March 28, 2014.

The change from “Thrivent Financial for Lutherans” to just “Thrivent Financial” was not a simple response to declining membership in the Lutheran church, Moeller said, although that factor was discussed during the lengthy transition talks.

It’s more about having a long-term strategy to share the company’s Christian business principles with more people, he said.

“It will open many, many new doors for us in terms of our ability to expand and help our members and communities,” he said.

The U.S. has three main Lutheran denominations, the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod, and the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod. The ELCA, the largest of the three with 3.9 million members in the U.S., reported a drop in weekly attendance of 26 percent from 2003 to 2011.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/national/religion/thrivent-financial-is-no-longer-for-lutherans-only/2014/03/28/2b47102e-b6ae-11e3-9eb3-c254bdb4414d_story.html?utm_term=.acc9a426cfda

There are 2 main messages in what I write here:

1. Put your faith in God and the message of Jesus.

2. Whether you are involved in an organized religion or not, live your life properly, as Jesus taught. People may not believe what you say but they will certainly believe what you do.

“Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father which is in heaven.” Matthew 5:16

I was baptized as an infant in the Lutheran Church, raised attending, was an acolyte, attended catechism class and confirmed at age 12.
I sang in the choir for years.

As I grew older I became less enamored with organized religion, with its emphasis on money, buildings and temporal matters.

I have attended other denominations and hung out with the Baptists.

I have known many Godly people of various denominations.

I have also observed behavior that would turn many away.

During my first claims experience with Thrivent in 2002, I had a conversation with Sandy Kruse. I had been in great pain before, during and after surgery. I had been trying to get a proper date of disability from the surgeon to Thrivent. It was frustrating. As it turns out, and well documented now, Thrivent used the incorrect language of “unable to work” instead of “unable to perform regular occupation.” Thrivent later corrected a form but never apologized to me or made reparations.

During the conversation, as indicated by Thrivent in the transcript of the call I requested, I quoted 3 different bible verses. Ms. Kruse was offended and went on to slander and libel me with the local Thrivent rep.

In the second claims experience, beginning in 2009, I now have proof that Thrivent fraudulently misrepresented the policy provisions and used this posture for unreasonable requests and ultimately to accuse me of fraud when in fact it was they who were committing fraud.

Thrivent has been the antithesis of exhibiting core Christian values.

I am not the only one affected.

George Tiedemann, a Lutheran, was surprised at how he was treated by Thrivent:

“The insurance the Tiedemanns bought in 1993 didn’t restrict their ability to sue over disputes. But in 1999 Aid Association for Lutherans amended its bylaws, effectively blocking policyholders from the courts and substituting a three-step dispute-resolution process.

For members who have found themselves in disputes with Thrivent, the retroactive change rankles. “You’re wondering how Lutheran organizations can treat their own customers that way,” says Mr. Tiedemann, an 83-year-old retiree who navigated the dispute-resolution process for more than two years before giving up. The couple is maintaining Lucy Tiedemann’s policy, who is recovering from a recent fall.”

http://eachstorytold.com/2018/06/24/george-tiedemann-obituary-mr-tiedemann-featured-in-wsj-article-about-thrivent-some-life-insurers-play-by-different-rules-george-and-lucy-tiedemann-navigated-the-dispute-resolut/

I quote the bible more than ever.

Putting too much faith in people and institutions will fail.

Thrivent has not shaken my faith.

However, my trust in the Lutheran Church or any other organized religion has diminished.

Perhaps that is a blessing.

I have long believed that there needs to be another reformation.

I strongly believe that now.

I consider myself more a Christian than Lutheran.

 

More here:

https://citizenwells.com/

http://citizenwells.net/

 

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Thrivent claim struggle, What would Jesus say?, Jesus often quoted Old Testament, Thrivent core Christian values?, Answer in bible

Thrivent claim struggle, What would Jesus say?, Jesus often quoted Old Testament, Thrivent core Christian values?, Answer in bible

“I worked at Thrivent Financial full-time (More than 8 years)”                      “Claims to be based on Christian values but does not adhere to them.”…Former Thrivent employee

“Companies And CEOs Rarely Admit To Wrongdoing”…NPR, Sept. 20, 2013

“And you shall know the truth, and the truth shall set you free.”…Jesus, John 8:32

 

My first claim experience with Thrivent was in 2001-2002.

I was criticized by Sandy Kruse then for quoting 3 bible verses.

Jesus often quoted the Old Testament.

My much larger, much more significant claims experience with Thrivent has been from 2009 on.

I have been put through hell without experiencing any blessings from Thrivent’s touted core Christian values.

I have been honest and timely with information required per the contract for the claim.

I have written Thrivent direct, had 2 attorneys write letters or represent me otherwise and have appealed multiple times in articles on the internet for Thrivent to do a proper investigation and realize the harm they have done to me.

I have also appealed directly to 2 Thrivent outside attorneys providing them with the true facts of the case and recently provided one with a heads up regarding the wacko “Alice in Wonderland” contract explanation sent to the NC Insurance Commission by a Thrivent employee.

The employee is Sandy Headington.

I even offered, in the spirit of compromise, Thrivent a face saving option, to engage me as a consultant to reveal serious flaws in their claims process.

“Pride goeth before destruction.” Proverbs 16:18

I have tried everything I can think of to get the attention of Thrivent, to get them to see the light, and to do the right thing.

I have tried to do the right thing.

How should disputes and offenses be dealt with
between believers in the church fellowship?

“In Matthew 18:15-17, Jesus established a procedure to be followed in the event that a brother would commit a sin or offense against another Christian. Many Christian scholars believe that this is one of the most neglected teachings of the entire Bible. It’s been said that if all believers would simply obey scripture, to go and confront their offenders in the manner Jesus gave, it would solve over half of all problems which exist in the church.

It is important to confront those brethren who have trespassed against us for the following five reasons:

(1) To resolve misunderstandings. Most offenses in the church result from misunderstandings and many could be quickly resolved if offended parties would just go to the source and find out the facts. Unfortunately, some offended people will just absorb the offense silently, while growing bitter and resentful. It is important to God, and a matter of obedience to His Word, that such issues are confronted.

(2) To maintain peace in the body of Christ (Eph. 4:1-3). Whenever there is friction and turmoil between believers it affects the whole body. It hinders people from entering into worship and receiving from God’s Word. It creates an uninviting atmosphere for visitors in the church, it may hinder people from coming to Christ, and can even grieve the Holy Spirit (Eph. 4:30-32).

(3) So Satan cannot gain advantage over us (2 Cor. 2:10-11). For our own spiritual well-being, we must be quick to resolve our differences with brethren and forgive. Satan can hinder our spiritual life, and even deceive us into apostasy, through harbored bitterness or unforgiveness (Matt. 18:35).

(4) So that the offender is held accountable — to not repeat his actions to harm the faith of others (Matt. 18:6). Persons who bring offense against you are likely to repeat similar acts against others. Confronting their offensive behavior may cause them to restrain their actions from causing further offenses.

(5) To restore a fallen brother (Gal. 6:1). Christians must make every attempt to restore brethren who fall into sin. Especially when the transgression has been committed against us, our love for our brother’s spiritual well-being demands that we confront the brother so that he might be reconciled to God.

How to deal with the trespasser: The following scripture is how Jesus taught for Christians to confront those brethren who have wronged them.

Matthew 18:15 “Moreover if your brother sins against you, go and tell him his fault between you and him alone. If he hears you, you have gained your brother.
18:16 But if he will not hear you, take with you one or two more, that by the mouth of two or three witnesses every word may be established.
18:17 And if he refuses to hear them, tell it to the church. But if he refuses even to hear the church, let him be to you like a heathen and a tax collector.””

http://www.victorious.org/cbook/chur29-confront-disputes

Are Sandy Kruse and Sandy Headington the same person?

Every internet search that I did revealed that Sandy Kruse was also referred to as Sandy Headington and vice versa. Sandy Headington is married. Same address.

Both Sandys apparently did not understand earned income in the context of the contract.

Sandy Kruse criticized my use of bible verses.

Sandy Headington totally misquoted the contract and then attacked me.

Core Christian values?

Sandy Headington, in her letter to the NC Insurance Commission, wrote:

“In 2018, Wells took to social media in an attempt to paint Thrivent in an unflattering light”

“Thrivent, through Attorney [redacted], has advised Wells to remove any and all postings designed to smear Thrivent’s name. Wells has been advised Thrivent will move forward with arbitration proceedings, including an injunction preventing further posting and any such action deemed appropriate based on Wells’s actions.”

From the Thrivent Code of Conduct:

“How might my behavior be perceived if it appeared in social media feeds, on the news or in tomorrow’s headlines?”

 

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https://citizenwells.com/

http://citizenwells.net/

 

Thrivent Financial for Lutherans “Code of Conduct” vs my claims experience, “Though I speak with the tongues of men and of angels, and have not charity”

Thrivent Financial for Lutherans “Code of Conduct” vs my claims experience, “Though I speak with the tongues of men and of angels, and have not charity”

“Though I speak with the tongues of men and of angels, and have not charity, I am become as sounding brass, or a tinkling cymbal”…1 Corinthians 13

“We ended the year with a total adjusted surplus of $ 4.6 billion.”…Thrivent Magazine spring 2010

“How might my behavior be perceived if it appeared in social media feeds, on the news or in tomorrow’s headlines?”...Thrivent’s latest “Code of Conduct”

 

I recently received a “gift” from the NC Insurance Commission regarding my claims with Thrivent Financial for Lutherans.

This “Rosetta Stone” reveals the “Alice in Wonderland” protocol and subsequent treatment of me and my claims.

I have a code of ethics.

First and foremost, I do not lie. I do not misrepresent the policy provisions or claims information.

Thrivent has indicated that they do not like what I have written. They have threatened me with legal action.

I gave Brad Hewitt, Chief Executive Officer a heads up in a Citizen Wells article dated July 30, 2018.

I gave their outside attorney a heads up in an email dated August 22, 2018.

I am prepared to move forward with the truth.

Below are some relevant highlights from Thrivent’s “Code of Conduct” from several years ago.

“How would my action look as a headline in tomorrow’s newspaper?” from Page 4 seems relevant.

Page 2

“Just as The Thrivent Way encourages all of us to be trustworthy in character and competence, our Code of Conduct helps us live out and demonstrate the principles of The Thrivent Way. Thrivent’s Code of Conduct helps guide our actions and choices.

At its core, the Code of Conduct boils down to common sense—treat others with
respect, follow the law and adhere to Thrivent policies and expectations. It’s a simple concept that helps us best serve our members and society.”

Page 4

“The Thrivent Way

Our mission, vision and values
We are a membership organization of Christians, and our members are our owners. Our purpose is to serve our members and society by guiding both to be wise with money and live generously.
We believe that all we have is a gift from God and that generosity is an expression of faith.
We succeed when our members, their families and their communities thrive.
We value our relationships, so we will:Be trustworthy in character and competence,
and Act like owners and treat each other as owners, and Live balanced and generous lives.”

“Thrivent Financial is dedicated to acting in the interest of our member-owners.
Ethics matter, and we expect everyone acting on behalf of Thrivent to know and
understand our Code of Conduct and follow its principles.”

“Making the Right Decisions

Our Code highlights key principles that guide our behavior at Thrivent, but it can’t address every ethical situation. In those cases, use your best judgment to make the right decision or seek guidance.

Consider these questions before you act:
• Does my action conflict with The Thrivent Way?
• Is it legal?
• How would my family or friends view my behavior?
• How would my action look as a headline in tomorrow’s newspaper?
• Could my behavior harm Thrivent’s reputation?”

Page 13

“Know the Signs of Fraud
Fraudulent activities are known to have occurred in most companies.
Although most people have honest intentions, it’s in our best interest
to remain vigilant and help prevent fraud by understanding the common
signs of fraudulent behavior.”

“Misrepresentation related to an application or claim.”

Page 14

Fraternal Status
To protect our fraternal heritage and maintain our fraternal status, Thrivent will follow the federal and state requirements applicable to fraternal benefit societies.
We will not inappropriately utilize our fraternal status to competitive advantage.

Thrivent’s latest “Code of Conduct.”

http://cdn.coverstand.com/37774/271455/0b8f1921bcfd7ec219a6e30e93157d88675a9955.62.pdf

Note the latest version states:

“How might my behavior be perceived if it appeared in social media feeds, on the news or in tomorrow’s headlines?”

Once again I present to Thrivent:

“Those who use the sword will die by the sword.”…Matthew 26:52

 

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Jesus Christ Superstar, Why I did not watch, Put simply: it trivializes Jesus and Christianity, NBC fake news, Truth Magazine: “There seems to be no end to the methods Satan will use to destroy faith in God”

Jesus Christ Superstar, Why I did not watch, Put simply: it trivializes Jesus and Christianity, NBC fake news, Truth Magazine: “There seems to be no end to the methods Satan will use to destroy faith in God”

“Evangelist Franklin Graham doesn’t believe it was the Russians who intervened in this year’s controversial presidential election.
It was God, he declared during President-elect Donald Trump’s final public rally before the Electoral College vote Monday.”…Franklin Graham

“NBC presents ‘Jesus Christ Superstar’. More fake news.”…Citizen Wells

“And you shall know the truth, and the truth shall set you free.”…Jesus, John 8:32

 

Why I did not watch “Jesus Christ Superstar” on fake news NBC last night?  Put simply: it trivializes Jesus and Christianity.

Truth Magazine explains this well.

“There seems to be no end to the methods Satan will use to destroy faith in God, in Christ, and in the Bible. The widely publicized and popular rock opera, Jesus Christ Superstar, is but another bold attack against the deity of Jesus and the truthfulness of the Bible. A greater distortion of the Bible and of the real character of Jesus would be hard to imagine. It depicts Jesus as being only a man who is deceived into thinking he is God’s Son. As a man he is depicted as being immoral by having a love affair with Mary Magdalene, who is supposed to be a harlot that has “had so many men before.”

In the opening song, “Heaven On Their Minds,” Judas is speaking to Christ and says:

“Jesus! You’ve started to believe

The things they say of you

You really do believe

This talk of God is true.

This is even a misrepresentation of Judas for he believed Jesus was speaking the truth. In Matt. 27:4 Judas said, “I have betrayed the innocent blood.” One of the charges against Jesus was that he claimed to be the Son of God. The only way he could be innocent regarding this charge was by being what he claimed.

In the opera when Jesus is instituting the “Lord’s Supper,” he says:

“For all you care this wine could be my blood

For all you care this bread could be my body

I must be mad thinking I’ll be remembered — yes

I must be out of my head!

Look at your blank faces!

My name will mean nothing

Ten minutes after I’m dead!”

Nowhere in the Bible does Jesus manifest doubt as to whether the apostles would remember him after his death. In Matt. 26:29 he promises to eat the Supper again with them in the “Father’s kingdom.” He knew this would be after his death and that they would be remembering him by eating the “Lord’s Supper.” Furthermore, Jesus never accused the eleven of not caring about him as is implied in the statement above.”

“These are only a few examples of the many perversions which are found in the script of Jesus Christ Superstar. The album sells for $10.98 at the local record shop here in Camden, and I understand that it has already sold over one million copies. It is amazing what a high price the Devil can charge for his perverted gospel and still get millions to buy it. This rock opera may portray “the modem interpretation of the last few days of Jesus life” as they claim in their advertisements, but it does not portray the interpretation of the inspired writers of the New Testament. The thing about it that amazes me most is the claim of some Christians that they cannot see anything wrong with it. But then Jesus did say some would close their eyes lest they should see (Matt. 13:15). Its whole design is to destroy faith in Jesus as God’s Son and makes a mock of all who believe him to be so. It depicts him as a mentally mad, would-be king, who failed in his quest for power. It ends with his death. Nothing is said about his resurrection. Thus, by implication they make his death the end and deny the one fact that proves his deity.”

Read more:

http://www.truthmagazine.com/jesus-christ-superstar

 

 

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A Christmas message, Christ is born praise be to God, Jesus leads us to the father and guides our actions, Christianity changed the Roman Empire the Vikings and caused a spontaneous truce on 1914 battlefield, God intervened in 2016 election

A Christmas message, Christ is born praise be to God, Jesus leads us to the father and guides our actions, Christianity changed the Roman Empire the Vikings and caused a spontaneous truce on 1914 battlefield, God intervened in 2016 election

Luke 2

“2:6 And so it was, that, while they were there,
the days were accomplished that she should be delivered.

2:7 And she brought forth her firstborn son,
and wrapped him in swaddling clothes, and laid him in a manger;
because there was no room for them in the inn.

2:8 And there were in the same country shepherds abiding in the field,
keeping watch over their flock by night.

2:9 And, lo, the angel of the Lord came upon them,
and the glory of the Lord shone round about them: and they were sore afraid.

2:10 And the angel said unto them,
Fear not: for, behold, I bring you good tidings of great joy, which shall be to all people.

2:11 For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Saviour, which is Christ the Lord.

2:12 And this shall be a sign unto you;
Ye shall find the babe wrapped in swaddling clothes, lying in a manger.

2:13 And suddenly there was with the angel a multitude of the heavenly host praising God, and saying,

2:14 Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace, good will toward men.”

 

Merry, blessed Christmas.

I have about a million things that I want to say simultaneously.

But the message is simple.

Christ was born to lead us to the father and salvation.

The prince of peace who abhorred evil.

Who overturned the money changers’ table in the temple.

Whose message and followers changed the Roman Empire, the warrior Vikings and caused a spontaneous truce on the WWI battlefield in 1914 with the singing of “Silent Night.”

The problem with our world is not guns or money .

The problem is not obeying and respecting the creator of the universe, God and his messenger, Jesus Christ.

God does work in mysterious ways.

I told several of my friends after the election that the hand of God was involved.

I was pleased to find the following.

From the Greensboro News Record December 20, 2016.

“Franklin Graham: It wasn’t Russians who intervened in election, ‘it was God’

Evangelist Franklin Graham doesn’t believe it was the Russians who intervened in this year’s controversial presidential election.

It was God, he declared during President-elect Donald Trump’s final public rally before the Electoral College vote Monday.

“I don’t have any scientific information. I don’t have a stack of emails to read to you,” Graham told the crowd in Mobile, Ala., according to the Washington Examiner. “But I have an opinion: I believe it was God. God showed up. He answered the prayers of hundreds of thousands of people across this land who had been praying for this country.”

His comments also included a prayer that God heal “the divide that we have in this country.”

I encourage everyone—whether you voted for President-elect @realDonaldTrump or not—to come together & pray for him. https://t.co/qbbZuH6k1S

— Franklin Graham (@Franklin_Graham) December 18, 2016

Graham, the son of evangelist Billy Graham, hosted well-attended prayer rallies across the nation before the election, urging Christians to vote. He’d like to believe those rallies succeeded.

When Trump took the stage Saturday, he praised the younger Graham and said he’s heard that Billy Graham, at age 98, “is doing well.””

Read more:

http://www.greensboro.com/ap/state/franklin-graham-it-wasn-t-russians-who-intervened-in-election/article_aec027b1-3cbe-5d45-a3be-77065a6a38c5.html

Amen.

 

 

 

Hillary quotes reveal sociopathic personality, Hillary Clinton is evil and if you support her you cannot be a Christian Jew believer or a good person, Quotes are a window into her tortured soul, More to come on why Hillary is a sociopath

Hillary quotes reveal sociopathic personality, Hillary Clinton is evil and if you support her you cannot be a Christian Jew believer or a good person, Quotes are a window into her tortured soul, More to come on why Hillary is a sociopath

“Billy and Hillary Clinton continue to be lying, cheating, manipulative, scratching, clawing, ruthlessly aggressive, insatiably ambitious politicians who are giving public service a bad name – and nothing about them has changed in the past forty-plus years, except that they have deluded more and more people,”…Dolly Kyle Browning

“The Clintons’ “systematically abuse women and others – sexually, physically, and psychologically – in their scramble for power and wealth,” says the book’s press release.”…”The Clintons’ War on Women”

“The devil’s in that woman.”…Miss Emma, Clinton’s cook, governor’s mansion

 

 

Most things are simple, even though we try to complicate them.

The message of Jesus Christ was simple in contradiction to the Pharisees who tried to complicate things.

I rejected evil as a child.

I still do.

That is the reason that I reject Hillary Clinton.

It is not because she is a Democrat.

If you claim to be a Christian, Jew or believer and you support Hillary Clinton, you had better quickly wake up, repent, pay attention, ask questions and inform others.

Hillary Clinton is a sociopath and is of evil.

It is that simple.

Here are some quotes that provide a window into her tortured soul.

““When are they going to get those f—ing ree-tards out of here?!”
Hillary reportedly grew frustrated that handicapped children weren’t collecting their Easter eggs quickly enough on the lawn of the Arkansas governor’s mansion.

“Where is the goddamn fucking flag? I want the goddamn fucking flag up every fucking morning at fucking sunrise.”
—Hillary to Arkansas state troopers at the guardhouse as she was pulling out of the governor’s mansion on Labor Day, 1991 (The
First Partner, p. 192).

“Fuck off! It’s enough that I have to see you shit-kickers every day. I’m not going to talk to you, too. Just do your goddamn job and keep your mouth shut.”
—Hillary to her Arkansas state trooper bodyguards, after one of them told her “good morning” (American Evita, p. 90).

“If you want to remain on this detail, get your fucking ass over here and grab those bags.”
—Hillary to a Secret Service agent who is trained to keep his hands free at all times to protect his boss. According to countless
witnesses, this kind of demanding and demeaning behavior and attitude is very common for Hillary over the years.

“Get fucked! Get the fuck out of my way! Get out of my face!”
—A typical comment from Hillary to Secret Service agents throughout the 1990s (Hillary’s Scheme, p. 89).

“Stay the fuck back, stay the fuck away from me! Don’t come within ten yards of me, or else! … Just fucking do as I say, okay?”
—Hillary to her Secret Service detail (Unlimited Access, p. 139).

“Bimbos,” “sluts,” “trailer trash,” “rednecks,” and “shit-kickers.”
—Terms Hillary commonly used to describe Arkansans (American Evita, p. 139).

“Goddamn, L. D., did you see that family right out of Deliverance? Get me the hell out of here.”
—L. D. Brown, Bill’s favorite state trooper, while at a county fair in Arkansas in the early 1980s. They had just spoken to “salt of the
earth” country Arkansans who wore bib overalls and cotton dresses. Brown also said that Hillary would reduce grown men state
troopers such as Trooper Mark Allen to tears with her vicious attacks (Crossfire, p. 85).

“You goddamn stupid fucking fool.”
—Hillary to Bill while in the presence of Chelsea, then a toddler (Newsmax, July 15, 2000).

After Hillary had heard some bad news about Whitewater, Lieutenant Colonel Buzz Patterson describes the scene: “As soon as the elevator closed, she exploded at the president with a spew of four-letter words. Every vulgar word you’ve ever heard poured from her mouth: ‘Goddamnit,’ ‘you bastard,’ ‘it’s your fucking fault.’” Patterson said Bill just hung his head, took the abuse while the Secret
Service agents and a doctor looked on mortified. (Dereliction of Duty, p. 68).

“That’ll teach them to fuck with us.”
—Hillary said to aides right after her comments to Matt Lauer in January 1998 that a “vast right-wing conspiracy” was out to get the Clintons (The Case Against Hillary Clinton, p. 162).

“These women are all trash. Nobody’s going to believe them.”
—Hillary on Bill’s accusers (Bill & Hillary, p. 220).

“I want to get this shit over with and get these damn people out of here.”
—Hillary, over the Arkansas governor’s mansion intercom as preschoolers who had been invited to the governor’s mansion were
posing on the lawn for a photograph (The First Partner, p. 192).

“We have to destroy her.”
—Hillary on Gennifer Flowers (The Final Days, p. 13).

“You fucking Jew bastard.”
—Hillary to campaign manager Paul Fray on the night of Bill’s loss in his 1974 congressional race (The State of a Union, p. 153).

“[You] Jew bastard! … [You] Jew motherfucker!”
—Hillary and Bill would often call each other these slurs, according to former Arkansas state trooper Larry Patterson (The State of
a Union, p. 155).

Here are just a few from Bill.

“What’s all the fuss about? It was just a goddamn motherfucking pig.”
—Bill Clinton seeing people at the funeral of a black Arkansas state trooper, according to Larry Patterson on an audiotape
interview called More Than Sex, which was produced by Newsmax.

“I can do any goddamned thing I want. I’m the president of the United States. I take care of my friends and I fuck with my enemies.
That is the way it is.”
—Bill to his staff who challenged him after he said he wanted every member of the Independent Counsel’s office audited by the IRS.

There are many many many more quotes.

This is just the tip of the iceberg.

I have not included her deeds nor yet provided why she qualifies as a sociopath.

The quotes are enough to make you wonder.

The proof is forthcoming.

Many of the quotes came from the book “The Clintons War on Women.”

I have read part of the book and intend to read the rest.

I highly recommend it.

clintonswaronwomen

 

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Pope Francis speaks without knowledge and discernment, The Saint Peter principle, Pope rises to his own level of incompetence, Coming from South America where failed socialism and raping of environment is rampant he lectures us on capitalism and global warming

Pope Francis speaks without knowledge and discernment, The Saint Peter principle, Pope rises to his own level of incompetence, Coming from South America where failed socialism and raping of environment is rampant he lectures us on capitalism and global warming

“The American people will never knowingly adopt socialism.
But, under the name of “liberalism”,
they will adopt every fragment of the socialist program,
until one day America will be a socialist nation,
without knowing how it happened.”
“I no longer need to run as a Presidential Candidate for the Socialist Party.
The Democratic Party has adopted our platform.”…1944 Norman Thomas speech

“All animals are equal but some animals are more equal than others.”…George Orwell, “Animal Farm”

“We are being lied to on a scale unimaginable by George Orwell.”…Citizen Wells

 

 

Pope Francis is a very likeable person and appears to be genuinely concerned about humanity.

“The road to hell is paved with good intentions.”…Karl Marx

However, like the rest of humanity, he has risen to his own level of incompetence.

I call this the “Saint Peter Principle.”

Not only has he risen to his own level of incompetence, I question that what he is speaking of is the message of Jesus.

To put this in more simple terms, as my mother would say, “he has gotten too big for his britches.”

Pope Francis hails from South America, the home of failed socialist policies, vast raping of the environment and widespread poverty.

He appears to be clueless about the core nature of capitalism such as my ancestors experienced when they left Europe in the 1700’s.

He also appears to be oblivious to the fact that capitalism has brought much of humanity out of historical poverty.

Rush Limbaugh quoting Thomas Sowell addresses this September 22, 2015.

“In this instance, Obama and Moochelle are gonna be out there to greet the pope when he lands.  It’s not a long flight up here from Cuba.  He’s on an Alitalia jet, which is a capitalist airline.  Well, parts of it are.  I think it’s an Airbus.  It would matter because one’s a capitalist manufacturer and one’s a socialist manufacturer.

Thomas Sowell has a column today about the pope and his arrival, but primary it’s about the pope’s message.  I have highlighted three things that Sowell has written here because they’re brilliant.  They take issue with the pope and his belief that the objective for all of humanity is to end poverty.  And of course the pope believes that we’ve all done a rotten, horrible job of it, and that governments need to get bigger and they need to become populated with more and more compassionate people to find ways to get rid of poverty.

And of course Thomas Sowell points out that there’s one way to get rid of poverty.  But let me read to you what he wrote ’cause it’s really, really good, folks.

“Any serious look at the history of human beings over the millennia,” let’s say from the beginning of time “– Any serious look at the history of human beings over the millennia shows that the species began in poverty. It is not poverty, but prosperity, that needs explaining. Poverty is automatic.” Poverty is the natural state.  I’ll tell you the reason I like this is because it goes right at my definition of American exceptionalism, which is that since the beginning of time the existence for most of the world’s human beings has been bondage, tyranny, poverty, dictatorship.  It certainly has not been liberty.  It has not been freedom.  Not until the United States came along.  And that’s not an exaggeration. ”

“Another stat. Infant mortality rates in 1900 were 165 per thousand.  You know what that means?  For those of you in Rio Linda, what that means is for every thousand people born, 165 died.  Infant mortality rates.  In 1997, 97 years later, the infant mortality rate was seven per thousand.  It’s quite a reduction, from 165 per thousand in 1900 to 7% by 1997.  By 2001 most Americans living below the official poverty line had central air-conditioning, had a car, had cable TV, with multiple TV sets, and other amenities.  Poverty in the United States isn’t even close to what real poverty is around the world, and remember poverty is how the species began. ”

“I just wanted to share that with you because for the next five days you are going to hear nothing anywhere remotely like that.  You’re going to be hearing, you’re gonna be deluged with how unfair your country is, how unfeeling.  You’re going to be told how your country isn’t doing enough, hasn’t done enough, you aren’t doing enough.  You might hear how your country and you are selfish.  You might even hear how your country has taken things that it does not deserve and are not its own from other parts around the world.  You’re gonna hear all kinds of things the next four or five days to try to convince you how unjust, socially unjust your country is. ”

Read more:

http://www.rushlimbaugh.com/daily/2015/09/22/get_ready_pope_s_arrival_will_commence_a_week_of_trashing_capitalism

From Forbes on the original Peter Principle.

“You may think you’ve heard the Peter Principle before—something to the effect that, “In a hierarchy, every employee tends to rise to his level of incompetence.”

But the Peter Principle was more than an alarmingly nasty motto. It was an alarmingly nasty book—and a funny one at that, illustrating the efforts of many managers to seem productive when in fact they’re in over their heads.”

“Here are the core principles of Peter’s bungling world of management:

1. When you’re great at something, you might get rewarded with a promotion … into something you’re terrible at. A typical example, Peter said, is if you’re a great rule-follower who suddenly is placed in charge of making rules and decisions. You may well freeze up in your new role or gum up the productivity of everyone else.

2. Once you’re promoted to your level of incompetence, you probably won’t get fired and replaced with someone more competent. Instead, others will work around you. Whyaren’t you fired? Perhaps because you probably know too much about your boss’ business to be booted out too casually. Or because people have sympathy for you because you’re working so many hours. Or because the people who are supposed to judge you have reached their own level of incompetence, and damned if they’re able to realize how unproductive you are. So you now have reached the ominously termed station called “Final Placement.””

Read more:

http://www.forbes.com/sites/robasghar/2014/08/14/incompetence-rains-er-reigns-what-the-peter-principle-means-today/