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Media Propaganda Triangles

Yahoo and Google have formed separate anti-Christian propaganda triangles, each one having the same agenda: to unite the world against Christ.  Yahoo! has primarily allied itself with Digg and Wikipedia, and Google: Time Warner (AOL and CNN) (http://www.google.com/press/pressrel/twaol_expanded.html) and Wikipedia.

Though Google does not directly utilize Digg, Digg pages often turn up in the search results of Google. Google’s owners clearly realize Digg is a powerful propaganda tool and have logically then tried to acquire it. One of their offers to buy Digg was $200 million. Yahoo! has also tried to directly combine forces with Wikipedia: http://news.cnet.com/Yahoo-to-support-Wikipedia/2100-1024_3-5658621.html

Other powerful propaganda media machines in competition with each other are: CBN.com, Crosswalk.com/Salem Web Networks (a liberal "Christian" company controlled by cold-hearted liberals), Amazon.com (whos CEO via "moderators" skew product reviews, especially book reviews, allowing Creationism, Intelligent Design, and Pro-Calvinism books to be bashed by false reviews, including by the same users for a single book, while deleting negative reviews against Pro-Darwin books), National Geographic, Discovery.com/The Discovery Channel, Discover Magazine, Popular Science, Scientific American, New Scientist,  LiveScience.com, and NewScientist.com. Do you notice the common theme among these machines? They use "Science" and Discovery (Learning "New" Things) as disguise to make themselves appear to be wisemen and women who bring you the truth and who are on a quest to learn it themselves (as if to say, "We’re open minded to everything, even to what you have to say stupid little people with your nutty beliefs, so keep listening to us, we might finally agree with whatever you say is true."). However, one thing they will not agree with, is Intelligent Design and Genesis.

Though false teachers like Francis S. Collins with their ridiculous narcassitic books pretend to believe in Genesis, they in fact don’t believe it, but believe their false interpretations of Genesis. For example Francis, via a dead Catholic panderer named Augustine, pretends that Augustine knew about science, and that Augustine taught that "science" is what the Bible will conform too. And uses that magical rationalization, Francis arbitrarily interprets the creation of the universe as the Big Bang event. In other words, Genesis isn’t literal, and it means whatever Francis feels it must mean. Therefore Francis is just using science as a disguise for his interpreting the Bible with his feelings above all else, rather than with reliable evidence above feelings. Reliable evidence would be the Bible’s internal consistency with extreme complexity (demonstrating that it was at least made by someone with greater-than-human wisdom), it’s moral superiority (demonstrating that it was thought up by someone other than a human), archeological evidence showing the Biblical records to be true, the behavior of Christians and non-Christians (which show the Bible is true about how Christians and non-Christians act), the design of the universe and everything in it, which shows a repeating patter rather than random patterns (random patterns would indicate that the universe was not ordered by some intelligence like God, but by unintelligent chance events).

Superior sources of news are christianpost.com, worldnetdaily.com, telegraph.co.uk, answersingenesis.org, irc.com, christiannewstoday.com, voiceofthemartyrs.com, and christiananswers.net.

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