Peter Schiff #sexist twitter.com

The 30-year, fixed-rate #mortgage peaked at 18.45% in Oct. 1981 and troughed at 2.65% in 2021. The current rate is 7.4% and rising. 40 years of falling mortgage rates, plus married women entering the workforce, allowed home prices to rise much faster than incomes. Look out below!

Ken Ham #fundie twitter.com

Do you know who said this? “He alone, who owns the youth, gains the future!”

It sounds like something a modern-day atheist might say. You see, the line reminds me of the time 285 atheists visited our Creation Museum in 2009! One of them later wrote, “For me, the most frightening part was the children’s section. It was at this moment that I learned the deepest lesson of my visit to the Museum.”

He went on to say, “It is in the minds and hearts of our children that the battle will be fought!”

Now, who wrote, “He alone, who owns the youth, gains the future”? It was Adolf Hitler! And remember, he was able to capture the culture!

Secular humanists in America totally grasp the concept that if they are able to “own the youth,” they will “gain the future.” Because of secular influences that press on our societies, God, through His Word, has instructed parents over and over again to train their children (e.g., Deuteronomy 6:7).

Sadly, many parents don’t understand that the atheists and other secularists are out to capture the hearts and minds of generations of our children—and unfortunately they aren’t aware that the secularists have been very successful in our schools, media, museums, etc.

Yes, our children are under a fierce attack by secularists. We’ve already seen the horrible results of this attack. There’s been a catastrophic generational loss from the church. Generation Z is said to be the first post-Christian culture.

Ken Ham #fundie twitter.com

In 2014 I debated Bill Nye at the Creation Museum.


There’s no doubt that debate has had, and continues to have, a phenomenal impact. I’ve also heard from people who have become Christians as a result of the debate.


As we were leading up to what some people had dubbed the “debate of the century,” “an historic debate,” and even “Scopes 2,” I want to share some personal thoughts that were going through my mind.

The Scopes trial in 1925 was a turning point in the history of America, and not just for the creation/evolution debate. The man representing Christianity (William Jennings Bryan), a fine man, sadly did a poor job defending the Christian faith as he went against the ACLU attorney Clarence Darrow. Bryan didn’t know how to answer questions like “where did Cain get his wife?” and he also compromised the Bible with millions of years.

Even though Bryan technically won the trial, in the whole scheme of things it was a win for the secularists. In a real sense, the well-publicized trial showed the world that Christians couldn’t defend the history in the Bible—and that they were willing to give in to the secular teaching of millions of years.

I truly felt inadequate. Yet I knew the Lord had put me in this position. As some bloggers and media reports were comparing this evolution/creation debate to that of the Scopes trial, I must admit I shuddered. You see, I thought of the heavy responsibility of representing Christianity to both the Christian and secular world who would be watching. I truly felt inadequate. Yet I knew the Lord had put me in that position.


For Bible-believing Christians, another factor that drove interest in the debate was because biblical Christianity had been losing its influence on the culture over the decades—particularly since the election of President Obama and his pro-gay “marriage” agenda and pro-abortion stance.

And don’t forget how atheists had been successful in imposing their worldview (their religion) on the culture. They had successfully removed Christian symbols like crosses, Ten Commandments displays, and nativity scenes from many public places. And we had also seen that prayer, Bible readings, and creation had all but been eliminated from schools.

Trumper 2020 #racist #fundie twitter.com

None of the asian religions have any concepts relating to freedom and liberty

Prior to our winning the japanese people have no historical concept of freedom or liberty

Those concepts only appeared after Christianity spread

The jewish culture had it, but that was it worldwide

Ken Ham #fundie twitter.com

So the United Nations is going to call on us to reduce meat consumption because of their view on supposed "climate change." Actually the "climate change" they talk about is an anti-God religion that believes man can save himself and man can save the planet. They have given the creation dominion over man instead of man's God given role of dominion over the creation.

Three verses of Scripture to ponder in response to this news item:

1. “Then God said, “Let us make man in our image, after our likeness. And let them have dominion over the fish of the sea and over the birds of the heavens and over the livestock and over all the earth and over every creeping thing that creeps on the earth.””
(Genesis 1:26)

2. After the Flood God changed our diet so that we were given permission to eat meat:

“Every moving thing that lives shall be food for you. And as I gave you the green plants, I give you everything.”
(Genesis 9:3)

3. After the Flood God made a promise that clearly shows man cannot destroy the planet, God will at the end of time:

"“While the earth remains, seedtime and harvest, cold and heat, summer and winter, day and night, shall not cease.”" (Genesis 8:22)

The United Nations promotes a secular anti-Christian, anti-God worldview which destroys. Christians need to have a truly Christian worldview in regard to the environment that gives them dominion over the creation to use for man's good and to God's glory. Man is to be a good steward of that dominion mandate. So we are not to abuse the creation but use it as God intended and instructed.

Ken Ham #forced-birth #fundie #homophobia #transphobia twitter.com

Noah built the Ark about 4,300 years ago. This event was both a judgment and a message of salvation. The Flood was a major geological, anthropological, and biological event in the history of the earth and humanity. If the Flood really happened, which it did, then most of the fossil record is the graveyard of that event. Yet evolutionists use the fossil record as supposed evidence of millions of years as part of the evolutionary story in regard to earth and life. Secularists claim the Ark Noah built couldn’t have fit all the land animal kinds as the bible teaches. They therefore say this event never happened. But the bible makes it clear the building of the Ark and the Flood of Noah really did happen in history.

If the events of the Ark and Flood are true, then all humans are descendants of Noah (who build the Ark) back to the first man Adam.

To deal with these issues and more, Answers in Genesis decided to build a life-size Ark based on the dimensions in the bible and fill it with exhibits answering the attacks people level at the bible’s account of Noah’s Flood. The building of this Ark was done to remind people of the truth of God’s Word and call them to salvation.

“But as the days of Noah were, so also will the coming of the Son of Man be.” (Matthew 24:37)

Regardless of how Christians may interpret Matthew 24 in regard to eschatology, there’s no doubt that this verse refers to the rebellion and judgment of Noah’s day. Christ used the catastrophic Flood that occurred over 4,300 years ago to warn of impending judgment. Many Christians believe this verse also alludes to the coming final judgment when Christ returns and makes a New Heaven and New Earth.

What was it like in Noah’s day? Genesis 6:5 states, “Then the Lord saw that the wickedness of man was great in the earth, and that every intent of the thoughts of his heart was only evil continually.”

I believe it has been the right time to build a full scale model of Noah’s Ark!


Why was it the time right to build another Ark? Well, today there is great rebellion against God and His Word in the land. With increasing homosexual behavior and a growing acceptance of abortion and other moral evils (gender transition etc), God’s hand of judgment is being seen as He withdraws the restraining influence of His Holy Spirit.

Ken Ham #conspiracy #dunning-kruger #fundie twitter.com

Biblical faith is defensible because our Creator is faithful. Using God’s infallible and inerrant Word as our starting point, we can teach the truth about the world around us and show how the evidence we see is consistent with His Word. As Scripture states, we must “always be ready to give a defense to everyone who asks you a reason for the hope that is in you, with meekness and fear” (1 Peter 3:15, emphasis added). In other words, we must be prepared to defend the substance of things in which we have hope.

Of course, we all have a limit to what we will believe. In other words, every person is willing to accept some things based solely on the word of another. For example, a stranger might tell you that he flipped a coin three times and that it came up heads all three times. Would you believe him? Most likely—it does not take much convincing to believe such a claim.

But what if the same person then told you that he flipped a coin 100 times, and it came up heads every time? Would you believe him then? Because of the improbability that what he is saying is true, it’s unlikely that anyone would believe the coin came up heads 100 times in a row by chance. You might suspect that he somehow rigged the coin toss, or that he was lying to you. At that point, you have reached your limit of blind faith.

The above example, however, only demonstrates a very small amount of chance. If a person is not convinced that a coin could come up heads 100 times in a row (for which the chance is 1 in 2100, or 1 followed by 30 zeros), then how then could he possibly believe in the evolutionary idea that the entire universe came about by chance? If we’re disinclined to accept even a small amount of chance, then we can forget about evolution entirely.

Meg and Mog #racist twitter.com

Neither you or your sister will ever be “Americans”. You are paper Americans. Anyone who meets you will always describe you as a Serb from Montenegro.

Try traveling to a foreign a country like Croatia and telling them you’re an “American”. They’d laugh at you.

Joel Davis #racist twitter.com

Wrong. Australia was founded and built by the White man, just like Ireland was.

The Aboriginals are a savage race, they have no capacity for civilisation and no claim to anything but the right to wander the bush as savages. Which they are free to do.

Joel Davis #racist twitter.com

Non-White immigrants have no right to live in White countries. They are our guests. It doesn't matter that their opinion about it is - if Whites unite to send them back, they will be sent back.

The only real obstacle to the White man reclaiming our countries is our own resolve.

Jill Colton #racist twitter.com

Are you really going to compare an Indian with me - someone whose family helped build this country from nothing? Me, a 12+ gen Canadian, Me, with Native lineage?
North America was built by WHITES.
Go fuck yourself dick

Zachary Garris #fundie twitter.com

To have no religious test for civil office communicates there is zero connection between religious belief & morality/ability to rule well.

Of course, this is clearly false. Those rejecting future judgment cannot be trusted (which is why courts once prohibited atheist testimony).

Kristan Hawkins #forced-birth #wingnut twitter.com

Some are saying the pro-life movement needs to moderate our view that children conceived during sexual assault shouldn't be given the death penalty.

However, I know personally from speaking with pro-abortion students that rape is simply the excuse.

When I theoretically concede to their demands to allow 1.5% of abortions, they ALWAYS quickly move to another reasons they support abortion.

Pro-abortion voters say "rape" is the reason they support abortion to gain what they think is the moral high ground.

But they'll never reach it.

Southern Anglo #crackpot #racist #fundie twitter.com

Indians aren’t native Americans. The entire idea of having LGBTQ month, black month, Hispanic month, Indian month, women month etc is antithetical to our values and entirely pushed by our civilizational enemies. What’s next? LGBTQ 🏳️‍🌈 confederate month? God forbid!

There was no America before we arrived, so no. In the same way there was no France before the Franks. Were the Gauls the native Franks? Were the Welsh the native English? We created America.

The use of the term “Native American” to describe Indians arose in the 1970s in order to delegitimize true natives (I.e the descendants of the founding stock) by marxists and liberal academics. Prior to that point, Native American had been used to describe the founding stock.

Yes, we did displace the Indians as was our divine mandate. In a similar way, the ancient Israelites were ordered to displace the pagans from what would be Israel. Are the children of Amalek native Israelites?

Ken Ham #conspiracy #fundie twitter.com

Biblical creationists are often accused by secularists of denying climate change. The truth is we don’t deny climate change for different reasons to them, but do deny the climate change being claimed by today’s climate change religion! And yes, the climate change movement of today that has brainwashed so many people including most in the younger generations is a religion. It’s a religion where man worships the creation (and worships man) and believes man can save himself and save the planet. It’s a religion where the creation has dominion over man instead of the other way around.

Biblical creationists certainly believe there has been massive climate change since the Flood and in a fallen world there will continue to be climate change.

Bill Nye, TV’s popular “Science Guy” and vocal evolution defender, visited Australia in 2015. News stories indicated that he would be spreading evolutionary propaganda in an attempt to influence educators and politicians to indoctrinate school children in evolutionary naturalism (really, an atheistic view of origins—his religion).

On the Sydney Morning Herald’s (Australia’s largest newspaper) website, an article presented an interview with Nye about his Australian speaking tour.

In this article, Nye was reported as stating the following:

“Climate change is the biggest problem facing humankind,” said Nye. “But keep in mind that Mr Ham and his Answers In Genesis group deny climate change routinely. It's part of their big picture. The denial of climate change seems to be very important to him.

“Generally, climate change is generational. That is to say, there are very, very few young people who are in denial of climate change.

“My concern with Ken Ham and his people is that they work so very hard to indoctrinate schoolchildren. They have a very expansive education program; they want to raise a generation of kids in denial of climate change.”

Bill Nye also appeared on the American TV news program CBS This Morning to talk about his anti-creationist book, saying, “It’s not a coincidence that the creationists also deny climate change. It’s this really important thing to them.”

Well we do have a number of articles on our AiG website that deal with climate change. Anyone can easily search out our views and read them.

Steve Kirsch #conspiracy #wingnut twitter.com

Death rate in Maldives DOUBLED from 100 to 200 per month two months after the shots rolled out there. NO explanation from the authorities. This shows Feb, March, April, May, June. May and June were 200. Vaccines first doses given Feb 1. Half vaxxed by April 25, 2021.


sentinl_grave #racist twitter.com

“You’re not from here” is the simplest insight there is. When people ask “Zaid Jilani” where he’s from, they aren’t looking for “Texas” as an answer. You can fantasize about being a real American just like White people all you want, but people, even libtards, know you’re foreign.

Donald Trump Jr. #wingnut twitter.com

One day after the corrupt politicians have chased all the businesses out of New York and destroyed what’s left of this once great city, the people will get it and they’ll pray for a guy like Trump to come back and rebuild it all.

Ken Ham #fundie twitter.com

Atheists and Propaganda Part 1

Atheists are certainly experts at building a propaganda machine to malign Christianity! And because humans have a sin nature, that is not such a hard thing to do.

Christians need to understand that many secularists have put together a very effective propaganda machine as a part of their effort to impose their atheistic religion on the Western culture, intimidate Christians, and influence the government to limit freedom of religion (particularly in regard to Christianity).

To help counteract this aggressive effort, Christians—wherever they are in the West— need to be aware of the terms being used in the secularist campaign and what Christians need to be doing to help counter their campaign.

Secularists know the adage that if you “throw enough mud at the wall, some of it will stick.” If enough false information and misleading accusations are spread, people will begin to believe them.

Ken Ham #fundie twitter.com

In November 2023, Disney posted its first clip from the movie “I’m a star.” The words of this song are based on evolutionary naturalism (atheism) to teach kids (and everyone) that everything came from star dust! But this is nothing new.

We’ve heard so many times from secular groups in the USA like the Freedom from Religion Foundation (FFRF) or the Americans United for Separation of Church and State (AU) that students in science classrooms in public schools can’t be taught about creation, as that would be teaching religion in government-funded schools. And yet, such secular groups do support students being taught religion in the public schools. In fact, the government is actually allowing a religion to be imposed on public school students and using tax dollars to do it.

Imagine if public school students in their science classes were encouraged to worship the sun. And yet this is happening! But how do they get away with it? Well, they just call worshipping the sun “science,” and then claim they can teach this “science” in the public schools! Really the Disney song mentioned above is all about worshipping the sun and stars.

Steve Laws #racist twitter.com

Stop being so dramatic. You're foreign. We get it. Nobody cares if you were called a P*ki. You're from Pakistan, it's just descriptive.

English blokes can sing 'England till I die' as long as they bloody well want.

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