Conference Most High

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And the day came to pass that representatives of all peoples of the world united in a global convention, to discuss the future of man. In the advanced society of the year 3,000, a specific forum was enlisted to minimize the use of valuable time. After much deliberation, consideration, and delegation, issues of great importance were reached in every arena of discussion, but one – The topic of God.

As the various religious denominations and sects sat perplexed as to how even to begin, for each believed its own beginnings was fashioned originally, solely, and like no others. The great elders and priests now sat speechless and quiet, obviously closed to any other possibility.

The agnostic sector came to the podium and offered the suggestion to at least agree on the existence of a supreme being, but before they were through the atheists and polytheists began a heated discussion on how many, if any, Gods to agree upon.

To solve the erupted dispute, the Native Americans offered their shamanism or spirituality as the prime choice for the whole of humanity, but before their medicine men could finish their reasons of logic, the Rabbis from Israel stood up and began fervently arguing that the God of Abraham could only be chosen, for Abraham’s God was the only true God.

As the Jews debated their truth with vigor, the Christian denominations became enraged that Jesus somehow was not automatically selected as the only true and dominant religion’s focus. As the Buddhists began to disagree with the Jehovah Witnesses, the Hare Kristnas became uncommunicative when the Muslims and Mormons began to offer their views. Within a matter of minutes each and every organization from atheists to Zionists were in an out-of-control altercation. Then the room was silenced, as all eyes looked up to find rays of light penetrating the alabaster and marbled ceilings.

As the Muslims dropped to their knees to bow in the Holy presence, the Rabbis could be heard agreeing it was truly the God of Israel, Adonai. The thunderous voice replied,”Yes, I am the God, Adonai”. In horror, all of the Christian denominations joined in the building of mass confusion, and in a panic demanded to know where their savior was. The heavenly voice reassuringly declared Himself also the Holy Trinity. As the Buddhists meekly ask about their beloved Buddha, the unearthly presence acknowledged Himself as their Buddha. Each religious group in turn ask the Holy presence its identity, and each in turn learned His presence to be their own beloved Deity.

The agnostics conceded that though they did not comprehend the presence they were witnessing, it was real and both “supreme” and “the answer”, but for what they didn’t know. Brooding, the atheists sat silent, quite irritated by the whole unexplained display. When ask why, they answered curtly that nothing had changed, they still refuted any beliefs in a supreme Deity, Creator of anything, and that destiny was man’s illusion for self comfort. The all knowing voice agreed that His place was void of that responsibility since the atheist didn’t seek comfort, intervention or even a hint of connection.

As dialogue continued, each denomination grew more unsettled, frustration mounted causing bursts of anger and negativity between those in attendance. Among the raised voices, a quiet yet peaceful voice rang out creating a hush that enshrouded the room. The Hindu woman’s voice, young and timid, and in simple terms asked, “Who was the God to first?”

Without hesitation, the miraculous voice filled with kindness and understanding replied, “I have always been Father to all my children, from the first moment of life and throughout the years they enlisted my aid, to the last moment of life, and beyond. I show no partiality. I have no divine plan for one and not the others. I am everything to each one of you.”

As the Grand Counsel of men and women sat basking in the unseen smile of a being with no form other than total presence, one question remained. An old frail bodied Taoist man, with eye’s lowered, quietly spoke and politely asked, “If this is all true then why have so many lives been lost through persecution and in wars fought in your name?”

The voice simply replied, “I myself cannot tell you this, for man, not God, is responsible for his own actions. So let me ask you, my son, why?”

Before a word could be uttered, the ray was gone and with it the tremendous presence of Holiness. The priests, rabbis, ministers, polytheists, as well as monotheists, atheists and agnostics all sat with heads bent, thinking both of the answers and question left to man’s accountability to man. Each beginning to absorb the words of wisdom just spoken for all to hear.

Downriver Voters Can Make a Local Impact Furthering Roe v. Wade Overturned

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Ed Kroll

By Ed Kroll published in the News Herald, copied with his permission

August 5, 2022 at 6:49 a.m.

Thank you to Jackie Martin for the June 29 article regarding the Supreme Court decision of Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization which overturned the 1973 decision of Roe v. Wade, which had effectively made abortion legal in the U.S. for all nine months of pregnancy for any reason.

https://www.thenewsherald.com/2022/06/27/reaction-to-landmark-roe-v-wade-has-many-downriver-lawmakers-vowing-to-fight/embed/#?secret=Ew62R0HlOG

I am grateful for the quotations in response to that decision of so many of our Downriver elected officials. These Democrats (U.S. Reps. Debbie Dingell and Rashida Tlaib, state Rep. Darrin Camilleri, Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy and Gov. Gretchen Whitmer) can no longer hide behind a rhetoric of vague compassion. Their words tell clearly that they are in favor of allowing and encouraging through the power of government, the annual slaughter of nearly 1 million babies in the womb. These children, the future of our country, are being murdered daily for their crime of being inconvenient, the wrong sex, or imperfect.

This November, we voters have the responsibility to replace these legislators by electing candidates who will defend the weakest members of society. Only the Republican party platform of 2016, reissued in 202,0 reiterates the Declaration of Independence that declares the inalienable right to life as well as the need to strengthen families of a mother and father with their natural children as the means to give more children a path to success which in turn strengthens our country.

In that same issue of The News-Herald, columnist Craig Farrand expressed his flawed opinion and disappointment at the SCOTUS decision. He touts the core foundations of “personal freedoms, privacy, a separation of church and state, limits to government intrusion and, ultimately, the right to live your life as you see fit – as long as your beliefs don’t translate into actions that inflict themselves on anyone else.”  But that’s the flaw because abortion is an action that directly kills the unborn child, a separate person from the mother.

https://www.thenewsherald.com/2022/06/29/how-did-the-supreme-court-get-it-wrong-lets-count-the-ways/embed/#?secret=jcVchjAjWP

I was most offended by his flawed analysis when he claims that three justices were illegitimate appointments because he did not consider President Trump to have been properly elected. Following the wisdom of the Constitution and election laws governing our republic, Donald Trump was duly and legally elected. There is no reason to continue the sour grapes attitude and disrespect of our former president.

I do agree with Mr. Farrand that we should “elect people at the national and state levels who will defend … the rights of minorities, the weak and those in need.” Unborn babies and their mothers certainly fall into that category.

The people of Michigan have a long history of defending a culture of life.

• 1846 – Michigan law banned abortion

• 1931 – When the Michigan legal code was updated, the 1846 law was unchanged

• 1972 – Ballot proposal that would have legalized abortion was defeated 61% to 39% (This was invalidated by the Roe v. Wade decision of Jan. 22, 1973.)

• 1988 – Through a petition drive and vote of 57% to 43%, a ban on tax-funded Medicaid abortions was enacted

• 1998 – Vote of 71% to 29% made assisted suicide illegal

• 2013 – A successful petition drive for initiated legislation eliminated (Obamacare) mandated abortion coverage in health insurance plans

There are 150 pregnancy help centers in Michigan (1-800-57-WOMAN) with four of them Downriver.  They offer material help and various levels of medical help and support for mothers and families in need. They are prepared to expand their services to help more mothers during pregnancy and after their baby’s birth.

In 1980, the Democrat party made the choice not to defend the lives of the unborn. Although Downriver has long been a Democrat stronghold, it is time to change that for the most foundational issue of justice in our time. We can debate policy, taxes, how to fund the roads and other issues, but protecting human life is nonnegotiable.

During the ratification process of the U.S. Constitution, George Washington wrote the following which is still good advice:

“No one can rejoice more than I do at every step taken by the People of this great Country to preserve the Union — establish good order & government — and to render the Nation happy at home & respected abroad. No Country upon Earth ever had it more in its power to attain these blessings than United America. Wonderously strange then, & much to be regretted indeed would it be, were we to neglect the means, and to stray from the road to which the finger of Providence has so manifestly pointed. I cannot believe it will ever come to pass! The great Author of all good has not conducted us so far on the Road to happiness and glory to withdraw from us, in the hour of need, his beneficent support. By folly & misconduct (proceeding from a variety of causes) we may now & then get bewildered; but I hope, and trust, that there is good sense and virtue enough left to bring us back into the right way before we shall be entirely lost.”

We will continue to pray and work to defend the lives of the innocent babies in the womb who have no voice.

Ed Kroll is president of Upper Downriver Right to Life.

Ed Kroll

TAKE ACTION NOW TO HELP BECAUSE THE GOVERNMENT AND MEDIA ON THEIR OWN WON’T!

https://www.csvanw.org/call-to-action/

Building and sharing space with our communities is the foundation that grounds our mission, vision, and work at the Coalition, but we need you to join us.  Get involved as we share ways for you to help break the cycles of violence.  You can help make a difference in our awareness campaigns by following us and re-sharing our posts and articles on social media, join us at community training, participate in our social media photo challenge, or becoming a member of CSVANW.

(Excerpt from https://www.nativewomenswilderness.org/mmiw)

Our women, girls, and two-spirits are being taken from us in an alarming way. As of 2016, the National Crime Information Center has reported 5,712 cases of missing American Indian and Alaska Native women and girls. Strikingly, the U.S Department of Justice missing persons database has only reported 116 cases. The majority of these murders are committed by non-Native people on Native-owned land. The lack of communication combined with jurisdictional issues between state, local, federal, and tribal law enforcement, make it nearly impossible to begin the investigative process.

The above link is really great in showing the problems and showing the difference in states that have no records at all. This needs to be taken seriously, and any input you have in helping them be it posting on your media sites, becoming a member, contacting your representatives, donating even a small amount o aid in the work, newspapers, TV channels, etc. would be greatly appreciated.

WHAT IS THE GOVERNMENT DOING TO HELP THE NATIVE AMERICAN TRIBES?

(Excerpt from PBS)

Nov 26, 2019 President Donald Trump signed an executive action on Nov. 26 to address concerns over missing Native American women. The order creates an interagency task force aimed at improving efforts to find out what has happened to Native Americans who have gone missing and prevent the murders of native women. The U.S. government also plans to distribute grants to improve safety in Native American communities. “We will deliver justice for the victims, closure for the families and safety to those in harm’s way,” Trump said. Native American leaders who attended the signing ceremony thanked Trump for taking action and emphasized how murders have affected their communities. “We cannot have this happening anymore,” said Melanie Benjamin, the chief executive of the Non-Removable Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe.

Despite what anyone thinks about President Trump, the important thing here is how and what the various nations had to say.

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(Excerpt from U.S. Department of the Interior)

President Biden issues proclamation for missing and murdered relatives – Thursday, May 5, 2022

President Joe Biden issued a proclamation declaring May 5 as Missing or Murdered Indigenous Persons Awareness Day. “For generations, Indigenous persons, including American Indians, Alaska Natives and Native Hawaiians, have been forced to mourn a missing or murdered loved one without the answers and support they deserve,” the proclamation from the White House states. “On Missing or Murdered Indigenous Persons Awareness Day, we remember these victims and their families, and commit to working with Tribal Nations and Native communities to achieve justice and healing.” “The Federal Government has an obligation to ensure that cases of missing or murdered persons are met with swift and effective action,” the proclamation continues. “My Administration is fully committed to investigating and resolving these cases through a coordinated law enforcement response, as well as intervention and prevention efforts. We are also dedicated to researching the underlying causes of this violence and to working with Native communities to address them.”

According to Biden, the Department of Justice is “working closely with Tribal Nations to develop regionally appropriate guidelines for these cases.” The apparent lack of progress in creating these guidelines had been raised in a bipartisan letter sent by key members of the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs earlier this week. “The Department of Justice has created a dedicated steering committee to oversee and coordinate this critical work, including an outreach services liaison for Federal criminal cases in Indian Country,” Biden states in the proclamation. The proclamation otherwise does not directly mention Savanna’s Act or the Not Invisible Act, both of which became law in October 2020, before Biden took office. Native women and their advocates have called on the federal government to implement the two laws in order to help address the crisis of missing and murdered people in Indian Country. But Biden touts his signing of the Violence Against Women Act. The new law recognizes the inherent authority of tribes to prosecute non-Indians for a broader set of crimes. It also recognizes the sovereignty of tribes in Alaska, who had been left out of the 2013 version of VAWA. “This important law expands special criminal jurisdiction of Tribal courts to cover non-Native perpetrators of sexual assault, child abuse, stalking, sex trafficking, and assaults on Tribal law enforcement officers on Tribal lands and supports the development of a pilot project to enhance access to safety for survivors in Alaska Native villages,” the proclamation states.

(Excerpt from NC Policy Watch)

President Joe Biden signed an executive order on Monday, November 16, 2021, addressing violence against Indigenous communities.

“These efforts are a matter of dignity,” Biden said during the opening ceremony for the White House Tribal Nations Summit. “That’s the foundation of our nation-to-nation partnership.”

The executive order directs the departments of Justice, Interior, Homeland Security, and Health and Human Services to create a strategy that will improve the public safety and justice for Native Americans, as well as address the crisis of missing or murdered Indigenous peoples.

“I’m proud to sign it. It’s long overdue,” Biden said while signing the order on Monday. “We’re going to make some substantial changes in Indian Country, and it’s going to continue.”

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As of today, August 6, 2022, these are just more promises made but promises not kept but that isn’t anything new when it comes to the Native American nations. What is different though is that there was a time when the news would carry and report on stories like this, but now-a-days, they are all bought and paid for by political parties, and this is why it is imperative that people become more involved and contact the various medias demanding more coverage about this problem, and to use Facebook and Twitter to spread the word. WE ARE OUR BROTHER’S KEEPER!

UP AND RUNNING AGAIN!

I am happy to say that Downriver Activism & Empathy is up and running again after taking a long sabbatical. Once again I will be sharing some ideas for peaceful activism on a variety of subjects; however, a lot of time will be spent on the problems in the Native American communities, and to inform people on what is happening and how we can help.

Stand Up for Native Americans

Since the above video was made, the actual count no longer exists because the media does not cover this topic.

What can you do? You can contact the various news outlets, TV channels, newspapers and ask that they cover this topic in order to stop this atrocious and heart breaking problem. If people do not know about it, then it will just continue to be a problem. Make your voice heard.

Every city has an online newspaper called the “Patch”. You can use this as a source to get localities to cover this topic. You can contact the editorial page of most newspapers, or go as far as putting out press releases. You can bring attention to this subject by using Twitter and Facebook, but what you CAN’T do is not to do nothing while so many innocent people are being raped, murdered, and just disappearing, and consider yourself an empathetic person. You have a voice – so use it!

Activism should never be violent or disrespectful, but there are so many ways people can become active out of caring about our fellow human beings by being supportive through donations, if needed, or an article, or a post bringing people up-to-date on what is happening. If you want or need more of an active part, then participate in local events, marches, or peaceful protests.

YOU HAVE THE POWER TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE – CALL YOUR REPRESENTATIVE AND SENATOR

Call your state senator and representative: Cara Clemente, represents Wyandotte, Lincoln Park, Riverview and Melvindale in the Michigan House of Representatives.

My state senator is:

Chang, Stephanie
Address:S-9 Capitol Building, Post Office Box 30036, Lansing, MI 48909
Office Phone:(517)373-7346

senchang@senate.mi.gov
Southgate, Allen Park and Dearborn Heights are represented by Frank Liberati until January 2021.  His contact info is:

Southgate’s senator is:


Marshall  Bullock
Address:3500 Binsfeld Bldg, Post Office Box 30036, Lansing, MI 48909
Office Phone:(517)373-7918

———- Forwarded message ———
From: Michigan Conservative Coalition <info@michiganconservativecoalition.com>
Date: Mon, Dec 7, 2020 at 6:56 AM
Subject: ACTION ALERT! Time is running out. Demand a forensic audit!

Dear Patriot;

This is an important message, please take the time to read it, then act.  Let’s incorporate the power of 10.  When you’re done, send this to ten of your friends that you know will act upon it.

After much hemming and hawing by Republican “leaders”, this past week both the Michigan Senate and House held hearings into the election fraud that occurred at TCF/Cobo Hall.

Why did they finally decide to hold the hearings?  Because enough of you demanded it by calling, emailing or personal conversations.

The hearings were long.  Over 7 hours in the Senate and 4 hours in the House.  

If you didn’t get a chance to watch them, here are the links

Senate:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?app=desktop&fbclid=IwAR3QN2hT9LrLU_fGqKxSOqHim5eScVNit976r9mLNIBb_rOFKbtqP6owstU&feature=share&v=X0-vyw9qbdw

Some highlights from the Senate Hearing

  • Dead people, time 1:20
  • Kristina Karamo 1:37
  • Dominion Contract employee Melissa Carone 2:00
  • Linda Lee Tarver 5:54

House:  https://www.facebook.com/watch/live/?v=377844710153233&ref=watch_permalink

In the House hearing you will hear testimony from many sworn eye witnesses about the many acts of fraud, process irregularities, cheating and intimidation that occured.   There was plenty of it.

In the House hearing here are some highlights:

  • Rudy Giuliani’s opening statement.
  • Jessy Jacob who is a 37 year Detroit City employee.
  • Melissa Carone who is an IT specialist hired by Dominion to work at TCF who reported ballots being processed over and over.
  • Colonel Bill Waldorn whose overview of the voting stats included that Dominion software recorded more votes per minute than tabulators could physically process.  Voting documents show totals were in three digit fractions.  Isn’t each vote a whole???   Voter turnouts in some precincts exceeded 100% of the voting population.  Unbelievably, 6 precincts had over 120% voting.  He reported that Dominion systems are totally hackable.  
  • In spite of election officials saying over and over and over that it did not happen, many made statements that reported that tabulators were, in fact, connected to the internet.

Each person speaking at the Hearings had signed a sworn statement/affidavit, under threat of perjury, as to what they spoke about. 

So what happens now?

Who among us has ANY confidence that the Michigan Legislature will do anything?

We must DEMAND a forensic audit.  A “recount” that merely counts the same fraudulent ballots will not change the corrupt count/outcome.  The ballot boxes must be opened,  the ballots themselves checked for their authenticity, software must be analyzed by experts, and every irregularity examined.  A paper and ink forensic team must also be brought in to verify that the ballots themselves are legitimate. 

Everyone is asking:  WHAT CAN BE DONE?  

We urge you to call your Michigan Representative and Senator, Democrat or Republican, and demand—— in the name of Election Integrity—-that a complete and independent forensic audit be completed of at least all of Wayne County.  

The Legislature HAS the power to order it.

Find your Representative here 

Find your Senator here

Rudy’s impassioned statement to the House Hearing included this challenge to the Committee:

“You have the courage to say that the certification that was done in your state is a complete phoney.  It’s a false statement made to the U.S. government!  That’s how you end fraud”  -Rudy Giuliani

Time is of the essence.  Please call, text, tweet and email your Representative and Senator right now.

Sincerely,

Michigan Conservative Coalition Team

P.S. Beware:  The Secretary of State will say “we always do an audit after every election”.  DO NOT BE FOOLED.  That is a “process audit” to identify areas to improve next time.  It is NOT a forensic audit that will focus on FRAUD.

500 N. Pontiac Trail, Walled Lake, MI 48390   616-987-1124

Get Paid to Advance the Pro-Life Cause

I have been working with the Susan B Anthony List canvassing in my local community for the last six weeks.  It is VERY rewarding to speak one on one in a non-threatening way with voters.  You are provided with a map, and names and addresses of the people to survey.  And I’m using the extra income to donate to pro-life candidates and causes!


If you’re looking for another way to advance the pro-life cause, this is a short term, part time commitment with valuable returns!  Please consider it or recommend it to someone that you know.


For Life,

Debbie Bloomfield, Michigan Life Chain Director