Monday, March 31, 2008

Pretty in Pink: Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington, D.C.

Pretty in Pink: Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington, D.C.
...cross the Potomac River to Washington, D.C. that is in full bloom with its Cherry Blossom Festival (thank you Japan for the gracious gift enjoyed by so many).

Yesterday my friend Roger and I were blessed to visit Arlington National Cemetery and see the
John F. Kennedy memorial, Arlington House (the Robert W. Lee Memorial), Tomb of the Unknown Soldier (with the changing of the guard ceremony), and then cross the Potomac River to Washington, D.C. that is in full bloom with its Cherry Blossom Festival.

We were able to visit the Jefferson Memorial, the Washington Monument (didn't get to go up in it because the tickets are only available in the early morning on a first come basis), the Lincoln Memorial, the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, the Vietnam Veteran's Memorial Wall, Three Soldiers, and everything in between, with the cherry blossoms everywhere appearing as one big pink cloud or cotton candy. (I was disgusted to see they plan on polluting the park with something for MLK).

We saw lots of Asians, heard some German, a little Italian, Spanish and Russian or something, and whatever else. Considering all the foreigners, I told Roger, "It's a great day to be an American!" and was happy to be able to visit our historic sites that Americans have seen all our life in books and pictures or on television or in movies.

We took a break from our historic gauntlet and had coffee at Caribou's and then ate at Potbelly Sandwich Works just on the corner from the White House. I was very pleasantly surprised we were able to eat and have a drink for under $10.00. I thought everything would cost us an arm and a leg like New York probably does.

We went to view the White House (I understand from relatives, I'm a collateral descendant of 3 American presidents, John Adams, John Q. Adams, and James Buchanan), front and back, and saw plenty of tourists, and only one protester directly in front of the White House gate with calls to impeach Bush and to learn how at some address.

The first time I was in Washington, D.C. was to join with pro-life people protesting Bill Clinton's inauguration where we held 4 foot posters of "Baby David" to remind folks of how gruesome abortion is and how it must end.

My Christian friend Carl and I had gotten somewhat lost and ended up very briefly in the ghetto area, rot so near the heart of our country, a black blight. Thankfully, Roger and I went through some of the nice and well kept areas en route to the sites.

This time, at least I had a chance to see some things other than the Washington Monument and the presidential motorcade (I hope my pictures turn out good), although everybody says you could spend a week alone in the Smithsonian, etc. I hope to return and have a proper tour of the White House and see much more.

May God bless America, this land that I love.

David Ben-Ariel

Saturday, March 29, 2008

Politics in the Church of God Hinders Progress

Politics in the Church of God Hinders Progress
Gerald Flurry refused to go forward with Beyond Babylon and fell backwards, treading old ground and is now going in circles, business as usual, as Europe rises and Judah and Israel have yet to be warned.

Thursday, March 27, 2008

God and the Gays

God and the Gays - To Be or Not to Be (Part 1)
Homosexuality.... Is it a matter of choice? Are some born that way? And if so, then how could God condemn it? Or does He? Does it make a difference?

God and the Gays - All That Glitters Isn't Gold (Part 2)
The gay bar scene or high risk promiscuous sex... Is it so happy-go-lucky? Something so sweet and wonderful we'd "wish you were here?" Or is it actually something you wouldn't wish upon your worst enemy?

God and the Gays - Once Gay, Always Gay? (Part 3)
Once gay always gay? How about once an adulterer always an adulterer? Better yet, once a sinner always a sinner (1 Cor. 6:11; 1 John 1:9)? WHO says so?

God and the Gays - Of Vice and Men (Part 4)
Everyone - gay or straight - has the "fire" within (1 Cor. 7:9). Some burn more than others, but it's still there. God understands proper sexual desire and simply commands that we develop His character to control and channel it. He knows our human need to love and be loved, to touch and feel, to give of ourselves totally in a reciprocal relationship.

God and the Gays - A Time to Heal (Part 5)
God calls people from all walks of life and performs a miracle in their minds: they're offered a fresh perspective, given a new outlook, and enabled to try a different approach (Philip. 2:5). Their former "records" aren't held against them and they're started out with a new attitude and identity (2 Cor. 5:17).

God and the Gays - Make Up Your Mind (Part 6)
We can make things easier or more difficult for ourselves. Either you're totally convinced God's way is right and worth living, or you're not sure and continually ride the fence and risk rupture; tormenting yourself and sending out conflicting signals and confusing signs (Matt. 6:24; 7:16).

Tuesday, March 25, 2008

The Issue of the Temple Mount

The common knowledge of our time is that the vast majority of Rabbis of this generation have prohibited the Jewish people from entering the Temple Mount (Har HaBayit), the holiest site in Judaism. The Temple Mount is the site of where the Beit HaMikdash (the Jewish Temple) once stood and the place where the Moslems have erected one mosque, the al-Aqsa and a site of pilgrimage, the Dome of the Rock.

Sunday, March 23, 2008

German-Jesuit Jackboot to Stomp Jerusalem!

I've been warning about German-Jesuit designs on Jerusalem for years - persistent and consistent, God knows - and current events are confirming what I've said.

"The one time The Traveller did run a political piece, it ruffled feathers with the local authorities. In 'Will Jerusalem become an international city?' by American writer David Ben-Ariel, readers were warned about a German-Vatican plot to take over Jerusalem, urged to take back the Temple Mount and dislodge 'as symbols of foreign occupation' Al-Aqsa Mosque and the Dome of the Rock."

Exposing the German-Vatican Plot to Occupy Jerusalem

Thursday, March 20, 2008

Counterfeit Christianity feeds Jewish stereotypes

Re: #78 as the first xtians appeared they realised the sparks of the Light of Judaism in it and VERY happy to learn that xtianity - in contrast to Judaism - was cheap and reachable for everyone since it does not demand any deep effort but only the uttering of a “credo”.

Your cheap shots and shallow stereotypes expose a woeful or willful ignorance of biblical Christianity, which unlike traditional “Christianity” is a Bible-based religion that is far more than merely uttering a “credo,” but one that faithfully keeps the biblical Sabbath, biblical festivals, biblical dietary laws in spirit and in truth, in attitude and in action, their meanings magnified and expanded by Yeshua, the King of the Jews, the King of Israel, who will soon return and teach Torah properly to all nations from Jerusalem, beginning with repentant Jews and British-Israelites who will then be called upon to serve as a light to all nations, a model nation: believe it or not.

Shame on Gentilized Christianity for misrepresenting Yeshua and the New Covenant (”New Testament”) with their baptized paganism and replacement theology, their counterfeit Christianity that follows (as the NT warns), “another Jesus,” a “different gospel” and a different “spirit.”

Israel and Judah Must Get House in Order Before King Messiah Arrives

Comment by David BenAriel — March 20, 2008 @ 1:03 pm

Counterfeit Christianity feeds Jewish stereotypes

Monday, March 17, 2008

Senator Sherrod Brown on Genocide against White South Africans

Senator Sherrod Brown on Genocide against White South Africans

From: Sherrod Brown
To: davidbenariel
Sent: 3/14/08 4:34:44 PM
Subject: Reply from Senator Sherrod Brown

Dear Mr. Ben-Ariel:

Thank you for expressing your concerns about genocide in South Africa.

Violations of human rights, including genocide, are unacceptable. Since my election to Congress, I have fought for foreign policies that promote and protect human rights.

I have forwarded your concerns to the Department of State, and will continue to monitor this situation.

Thank you again for contacting me.


Sherrod Brown



A Warning for America from South Africa

Where angels fear to tread

Why Rhodesia is in Ruins

How Evil was Apartheid?

Fellowship with Besieged White South Africans

South Africa under Black Misrule to Revise History

Stop Boer Genocide

Ilana Mercer on South Africa