Voting for Love or Hate?
Author: Steve Huston  


By now, most of our readers are aware of the dangers that are intrinsic to Shariah law. They understand that liberty and human rights must take a back seat to the implementation of Shariah adherence. Anyone who has read our articles are now aware that they define words like “peace” different than the west and are encouraged to use deception to bring about a global caliphate (the world being in submission to Islam).

At the same time, there are many who doubt that such atrocities could ever happen here; they recognize a “threat” but don’t believe that it could happen to them—“not in my state! Not in my country!” Too few recognizethe path that’s being unleashed in and throughout Michigan that leads to a lack of resistance from Christians, the church, law enforcement, city officials, our schools, and our governor. For this reason we are holding the Do You Care About Your Future conference this Friday. (Details at the end of this article.)

Recognizing that the threat of Shariah law is real, it’s here, and it’s now, we must get the truth to the younger generation. Parents, grandparents, and friends who get it, help these younger adults see the landscape which lies before all of us as it really is. Have important conversations regarding these last few conference articles and do what it takes to bring them to this Friday’s conference.

Many young people (most assuredly some older ones too), may choose to vote for a Muslim candidate for the novelty of it or for whoever promises the most freebies because they’ve bought into the Marxist mentality of “gimme, gimme, gimme.” There is also the danger of voting “politics as usual;” where has that taken us over the past several decades? We must help others to see the destination of their candidate. We must educate on the dangers of voting for feelings or for freebies and the dangerous outcome of either not voting or voting with only short term consequences in mind.

As we look over the political landscape, there is much hatred and anger represented by the Left and the Democrat party. Considering that the previous administration worked overtime in divisiveness and racism; taking into account that the Left has been bashing President Trump and ignoring any good that he may be doing; if you add to that the liberal propaganda which flows out of the media, and the abandonment of nearly all rational thought, this should come as no surprise. At the same time, we must look at the Right as well, with as much objectivity as we can muster. No doubt, there is anger, in some cases outright hatred, which seethes from there also. Remember the words of the wise man:Make no friendship with an angry man; and with a furious man thou shalt not go:Lest thou learn his ways, and get a snare to thy soul.” (Proverbs 22:24-25)

Voting is important; it’s one way that we let our voice be heard. However, we must examine the reasons for why we are casting our vote, and it’s not enough that the candidate hates what we hate, likes what we like, or promises an important plan of action, especially if he/she has given no logical plan to accomplish it. It’s popular to “hate Trump” and stand against what he stands for, that’s still not a reason to use your vote like a mallet. One’s vote should be used like a building block, not a wrecking ball.

As stated earlier, hatred and anger (from either side) will only lead to ruin; it’s not a good basis to cast your vote. Voting for hatred will never help Michigan or any other state or nation. To be worthy of one’s vote, it takes more than being “a 215-pound middle finger to Donald Trump,” or claiming hatred for the whole of one’s group toward another candidate. (Abdul El-Sayed)   It should take more than wanting to have a candidate promise to make things better for a specific group of people, while ignoring the rest of their constituency, to vote for them. (Rashida Tlaib) There is not enough room to list each of the 90+ Muslim candidates running for various offices in the United States; but most (if not all) of them have some things in common. Many are Marxist oriented; while drawing you in with promises of free wealth or resources, the long term path is unsustainable. The economy crashes and your end result is a Detroit or Venezuela.

Read Phil Haney’s comments on this topic (as reported by Leo Hohmann): “Among these younger candidates, there is no shyness in fighting for policies that are blatantly Marxist in nature, says Philip Haney, a retired Homeland Security immigration officer.”

“I call it obscene hubris. There’s nothing about it that’s constitutional,” Haney said. “It’s contrary, it’s counter-constitutional, and of course it’s anti-American sovereignty. That’s what it’s all about is sovereignty. If you’re going to start giving away our resources to a certain protected class, that is not constitutional. It’s a form of looting. No cops, no borders, just a free for all, inviting the world to come and take whatever you want.

“It’s also like a woman reminding people at a party that her boyfriend can bench press 350 pounds. Islam has a reputation for not being afraid to use violence to advance its agenda.

“By invoking Islam they add an element of fury, because they feel they should have all the world’s wealth already and we, America and the Western democracies, prevented them from getting it.

We cannot afford to vote for hate. We must instead vote for what is best for our communities, our state, and these beautiful United States of America. Hate destroys; loving concern finds a way to build. Hate will bully to its own growth neglecting the sorrow and hurt that it causes. Love will look out for the best of all. Proverbs 25:28 warns us: “He that hath no rule over his own spirit is like a city that is broken down, and without walls.”

Don’t vote by emotion or by who will hand out the most. Instead we need to ask ourselves, “Has the Constitution of the United States of America built us up as a nation when it’s been followed? Has it encouraged financial, educational, spiritual, and political health and freedom when it’s been well-followed? Who will best uphold their oath of office which states that they will keep and protect the Constitution? Who will draw us back to the law where we have departed?” These are important questions for any election.

As we have warned, there has been a path that has been and is being laid down in and throughout Michigan. This path is full of potholes to the destination of freedom. It has bred, and is breeding, a strong apathy to what is best for us, as it leads to a lack of resistance from everyone, including those who are supposed to have our best interest at heart. We’ve been warned; will we heed the warning?

Many of the younger generation remain uninformed about these dangers. For the sake of our state and our nation, for the sake of our children and our grandchildren, for the sake of liberty and our constitutionally guaranteed rights, bring these uninformed to our Do You Care About Your Future conference. Register for this free event to guarantee a spot. Join us this Friday, July 20, 2018 at 7 PM at the Prince Conference Center (1800 East Beltline SE Grand Rapids, MI 49546).

LISTEN to DHS founding officer Phil Haney describe this path of apathy and manipulation that we’ve been describing. Learn how we’ve been brought to a place of decision which will either throw our freedom under the bus or give it a ride for the next leg of Michigan’s (and the USA’s) journey.

COME and see ex-Muslim, Farrah Prudence, share about the plight of women suffering under Shariah law around the world as she discusses, “We see women in Iran taking off their burkas and hijabs, risking their lives as they do so.  What would cause women to take such public stances knowing their health and welfare is on the line for their bold actions?”

Bring friends and family; join us THIS FRIDAY! Register today!

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