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THE CONSPIRACY WAS VERY STRONG IN 1979

AS THE IRANIAN REVOLUTION UNFOLDED IN APRIL 1979, PRESIDENT CARTER WAS REPLACED BY A
LOOK-ALIKE. THE IRANIAN HOSTAGE CRISIS LED TO THE "ELECTION" OF RONALD REAGAN AS
ACTING PRESIDENT, AND "IRON LADY" MARGARET THATCHER AS DE FACTO PRESIDENT!!
The future President Jimmy Carter was born in Plains, Georgia, on October 20, 1924. Amazingly, Plains was originally called the Plains of Dura after the site where King Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon set up his graven image (Daniel 3:1). When Margaret Mitchell wrote Gone with the Wind, she didn't have a title for her tome, so her husband John suggested Gone With the Wind from Daniel 2:35.

Jimmy Carter was elected President in 1976—the 200th anniversary of the rebirth of Israel.

President Carter's downfall began when he refused to back the unEqual Rights Amendment!!

Initially, the President was spellbound by his wife Rosalynn, but by rejecting the ERA he broke the spell, and refused to be her doormat.

In March 1972, the Unequal Rights Amendment was placed before the state legislators with a deadline of 7 years for ratification. Here is the text of that diabolical amendment:

Section 1. Equality of rights under the law shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of SEX.
Section 2. The Congress shall have the power to enforce, by appropriate legislation, the provisions of this article.
Section 3. This amendment shall take effect two years after the date of ratification.

That amendment was a lawyers dream come true because of the ambiguous wording. It would have legalized Adam and Steve marriages, same-sex bathrooms, mandatory conscription of women, and would have heralded the demise of the American family.

In 1978, 3 states still refused to ratify, so Congress passed a joint resolution extending the deadline by 5 years to 1982. The august Supreme Court refused to rule on the constitutionality of that deadline extension. It was like the losing team insisting that the referee give them extra time to score a goal.

Rosalynn "Steel Magnolia" Carter was no "Georgia Peach" as she worked tirelessly to have the last 3 states ratify the ERA.

Bella "Battleaxe" Abzug was her confederate in pushing for ratification.

As a Congresswoman from New York City, the President appointed her to head his National Advisory Committee for Women.

Relentless in her drive for ratification, the bellicose Bella never lost an opportunity to harangue the President about the one issue that was uppermonst on her mind—the unEqual Rights Amendment.

During that time, Rosalynn used her position as "Mrs. President" to also harangue the state legislators who refused to be pressured or bribed into ratification.

The ERA would recognize no distinction between the sexes, except that men would not be forced to give birth to babies!

In Nov. 1977, the pro-ERA forces hosted a major conference in Houston, Texas.

In March 1978, the "Battleaxe" confronted President Carter with the official report of the "National" Houston conference entitled The Spirit of Houston. It definitely wasn't national and it only represented the lunatic fringe of the women's movement. Naturally, it omitted any mention of the millions of sane Christian women who opposed it.

In March 1978, the "Battleaxe" browbeat President Carter with the Spirit of Houston and demanded that he join his wife in the final push for ratification.

Like Samson regaining his strength after Delilah cut his hair, the President finally found the courage to fire her.

That firing took palce on February 12, 1979, and precipitated the downfall of the President!

Here is a quote from the Carter White House Diary:

I met with the Women's Advisory Committee, a fruitless meeting. Bella Abzug had already issued a 100 percent negative press statement. I decided to ask her to resign from the committee and the chairmanship. The women's group could be helpful but has been a pain in the neck. After I pointed out all the problems with them, they applauded. (Carter, White House Diary, p. 277).

Together with her coven, she vowed a terrible revenge, and their curses fell on the President's head. From that time onward, the real President Carter's days were numbered.

Patrick Scrivener , Reformation 6 Comments [8/7/2018 12:40:33 AM]
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Malingspann

That amendment was a lawyers dream come true because of the ambiguous wording. It would have legalized Adam and Steve marriages, same-sex bathrooms, mandatory conscription of women, and would have heralded the demise of the American family.


How about Audrey and Eve marriages? Oh, right! PS is one more anti-gay fundie who thinks that homosexuality is ONLY buttsex between men.

And he also, apparently, believes that 'the American family' means the type of household Beaver Cleaver was growing up in and ONLY that.

'Same-sex' bathrooms? Isn't that the usual Men's and Women's?

8/7/2018 2:12:34 AM

Swede

President Carter's days were numbered? As President, yes, but as Former President Carter or Mr Carter, he's still around, working harder than the current president has ever done.


8/7/2018 4:26:18 AM

Doubting Thomas

PRESIDENT CARTER WAS REPLACED BY A LOOK-ALIKE.


Wait, you can't just drop that and then not mention it again. Inquiring minds want to know...

8/7/2018 6:22:09 AM

Lucilius

The poor Carter double, still having to build houses after all these years, just to maintain the illusion.

8/7/2018 9:43:21 AM

Kuyohashi

Patrick, I want to live in your universe. I'm sure it's utter crapsack, but damn if it's not somehow morbidly intriguing.

8/7/2018 12:24:55 PM

Colgate

It's getting way too easy now to tell that the garbage history de jour is by Scrivener. He should at least make it more of a challenge.

8/14/2018 7:08:57 AM

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