Posts Tagged ‘British’

Orangism! One.

The exclusive Brother/sisterhood?

The protestant orange order has caused more problems in Ireland than in any other part of the former British Empire, because of its provocative attitude?

The organisation was set up to protect protestant interests in business, property and political power and religious exclusiveness! Which it has held on to for nearly 250 years, but it is not enforced by legal mean but rather by the secret society of the Freemasons and popular tribal violence?

Nothing of this ”Christian order” is Christian and its a sham to protect settlers from Cornwall, Wales, England and Scotland. Some Orange people profess a faith in God, but when questioned they are bias to their own identity and refuse to the Gospel message to outsiders!

John 3:16,    Proverbs 6:19,    2 Corinthians 11:26,    Galatians 2:4.

Ireland in Africa. Part-Two.

UN Troops.

The saddest deployment for ireland in Africa, was that of the Congo rebellion and the loss of soldiers. Wars are plenty on this very divided continent, over millenia this has been the case. Tribal, political and religious ideology, if not just gangs of criminals have plagued the peoples of many nations.

Many British colonial regiments had Irish detachments, particulary in the Boer wars in South-Africa 1899 and 1904. Irish Republican also fought with both the Boers and later the ANC, right up to the release of Nelso Mandela.

Many Christians have lost their lives in missionary work, which today is paying off with a rise and revivals after revivals across many of these distrubed lands.

God who chose Ethiopia, Cush, Libya, Sheba and Nubia is now at work all over and many lives are being changed for the better. One day black believers will be coming to Europe, Asia, Chian and the Americas to share the Gospel!

Genesis 2:13,  Psalm 68:31,  87:4,   Isaiah 45:14,   Acts 2:10-11,   8:27-29.

Holocaust Unbelievers. Part-One.

The Irish Potatoe Famine 1845-48.

It is estimated that one million people died in Ireland during the years of the potatoe famine, while two million left for either maninland Britain or the the North-America?

The truth of the matter is much worse than what British historians want to tell us and this is ver similar to what historical revisionism is doing with the events of 1938-46 in Nazi-German occupied Europe.

Lies upon lies and it continues today, we here of the murders in Europe by Islamic terrorism 130, 20! But two thousand dead in Africa, 200 in the middle-east, 100 in Afghanistan they are not imposrtant as certain civilised white peoples?

1 Samuel 8:7,  Psalm 10:8-9,  53:3-4,  Micah 3:9,  Ephesians 4:14-15,  1 Thessalonians 4:8.

Remembrance Sunday.

The World and the Church.

Many people will gather to rember their fallen this weekend from the British and Commonwealth armed forces from the great war (1914-18) to the present conflicts. These gatherings can have so many meanings for so many people from victory over an enemy to occupation and oppression.

For the believer every Sunday is a remembrance day of what Jesus has done for us! We press on in everyday battles, with our enemy the Devil who does not rest from attacking the Saints.

Romans 5:17,  Galatians 3:14,  Ephesians 2:7,  Philippians 3:14,.

‘Field of Poppies. Part-One.

‘War and Rememberance.

The 11th of November is a very emotive day in Ireland, becuse of the long British occupation and als the various conflicts following Independance. From the establishment of Northern-Ireland in 1922, this state used ‘remebrance and many other dates for political gain and suppression of Roman Catholics,

Prior to the divison of Ireland many Irish people served the British Crown and they died in conflicts around the world, but it was not until the second world war that changes occured into the status of a common enemy ‘Nazi Germany.

There are times when we need to put aside our differences to fight evil in the form of anti-Christian forces. Today this is once more a previlant factor in Europe. The Bible is a book full of wars and strifes between Gods people Israel and pagan nations, who practiced moral filth.  Joshua – 2 Chronicles,   Ephesians 6:10-18.

Remembrance Sunday. Part-One.

For a long time, and maybe still today this has been a sore point in Ireland.

Despite the dreadful losses of World-War I (1914-18) and the trickery involved by the British to buy cannon fodder, many young men died for Ireland. During the second world-war (1939-45) many Irish people went of their own choice to fight against the Dictatorships of Nazi-Germany, Fascist Italy and Imperial Japan.

If the Axis powers had prevailed Ireland would have been re- assimilated back into Britain, very much as the German lead EU is trying to do today.

Humanity has always had wars, they start for all sorts of reasons. Some minor, some serious. God had a war with Satan even before the world was created, even in the garden of Eden the enmity was set between Adam and Eve. Genesis 3:15. the first mention of wars between peoples is in Exodus 14:13-14.

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