The following was taken verbatim from the blogs of one viva Vox Dei:
Let me introduce you to Singapore. Singapore was the host for the 2006 Annual Meetings of the Boards of Governors of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank Group. Singapore is also a land of 4 million smiles, which are seemingly directed at the IMF delegates. I am sure some smiles remain for visitors other than these VIPs. Regrettably, I did not smile for any of these delegates, as I failed to bump into any of them. Security was extremely tight at the Suntec Convention Centre; none of us could get pass the guards without MRI or CAT scans. To avoid the delivery of extensive radiation to my already ageing body, I decided that it was best to smile elsewhere. If you happen to drop by my blog, which is where you are NOW, you might as well read what I'm blabbering today. If what I write makes sense to you, do let me know. However, if what I write is too symbolical or obscure, I will try to instill more meaning in my future posts. All in all, welcome to the blog of a Singaporean Christian, and a smiling one too.
The enthusiasm he displayed for the IMF and the World Bank Group (both are Brotherhood inventions) is evidence that he is, in fact, in league with the Illuminati. It's no surprise that he sought to create a mind-prison for fellow Christians with his "symbolical or obscure" writings. Whenever he tells you that he's too busy, be careful. He is hard at work listening to the Fourth Dimensional Beings who direct his every word. When he returns, it'll be with another theological-missive to imprison your minds. For example, he quoted Dinesh D'Souza's critique of Richard Dawkins in his recent post:
Is it possible that living cells somehow assembled themselves from nonliving things by chance? The probabilities here are so infinitesimal that they approach zero. Moreover, the earth has been around for some 4.5 billion years and the first traces of life have already been found at some 3.5 billion years ago. This is just what we have discovered: it's quite possible that life existed on earth even earlier. What this means is that, within the scope of evolutionary time, life appeared on earth very quickly after the earth itself was formed. Is it reasonable to posit that a chance combination of atoms and molecules, under those conditions, somehow generated a living thing? Could the random collision of molecules somehow produce a computer?It is ridiculously implausible to think so. And the absurdity was recognized more than a decade ago by Francis Crick, co-discoverer of the DNA double helix. Yet Crick is a committed atheist. Unwilling to consider the possibility of divine or supernatural creation, Crick suggested that maybe aliens brought life to earth from another planet. And this is precisely the suggestion that Richard Dawkins makes in his response to Ben Stein. Perhaps, he notes, life was delivered to our planet by highly-evolved aliens. Let's call this the "ET" explanation.Stein brilliantly responds that he had no idea Richard Dawkins believes in intelligent design! And indeed Dawkins does seem to be saying that alien intelligence is responsible for life arriving on earth. What are we to make of this? Basically Dawkins is surrendering on the claim that evolution can account for the origins of life. It can't. The issue now is simply whether a natural intelligence (ET) or a supernatural intelligence (God) created life. Dawkins can't bear the supernatural explanation and so he opts for ET. But doesn't it take as much, or more, faith to believe in extraterrestrial biology majors depositing life on earth than it does to believe in a transcendent creator?
With this quote, he's simply employing the old Brotherhood arguments of "Intelligent Design" attributed to a Creator and hiding the secrets of extra-terrestrial involvement in our distant past. This is a common Brotherhood technique and it works very time. On one hand, you have them discrediting the unpopular Evolution/Big-Bang theories, thus winning the support of many [the Evolution/Big-Bang theories are also Brotherhood constructs, if you must know]. And on the other hand, they introduce a simplistic Creationist theory that blots out the alien involvement. These are the same people who tried to keep the secrets of the Book of Enoch to themselves and rewrite the Genesis 6 account as the intermarriage between the descendents of Cain and Seth.
Tragically, many have been blindsided by his 'objective-defense' of the Christian faith. One of the most hoodwinked fellow is this guy who tries very hard to write like him and subscribe to the same mind-prison creeds that he proposed. In the past several posts, I have warned you regarding the danger of these library-bound SIN fundies. The evidence speak for themselves.
[* These were the same people who invaded the old Jeremiah Blues previously. The Illuminati person and his tonto was awarded the "Fish On Bicycle Award 2008" for their contributions to bigoted-fundamentalist-dogmatism in the blogosphere previously. At one time, I did not understand their insidious agenda and even befriended them. After a while, I started to see their anti-gay writings, their endless anathemas against people who disagreed with them and their ploy to include me into their circle. From the start, I made it clear to them that I was not a Fundamentalist like them. Then his tonto threatened me with the Pink Swastika (another Brotherhood invention to distract people from the true origins of the Nazi Movement) homosexuals who will come around to rape my children. If you're reading this, remember: Infinite Love Is The Only Truth. Avoid these Illuminati brainwashed stooges on the blogosphere...]