Veggie Tales Purchased by Universal Studios: Parents – Are You Having Serious Talks With Your Children?

If you’re ever looking for me and can’t find me; it’s probably because I spend a good portion of my time in FACEBOOK JAIL.

For the reader who is not familiar with those terms, here it is in a nutshell:

Facebook places people who speak TRUTH in what we have come to call “Facebook Jail.”  You see, TRUTH is the new HATE SPEECH.  So if you speak about gay marriage, transgenderism, abortion, etc., Facebook watches your page, and when they feel that you have transgressed their “Community Standards” they put you in an adult TIME OUT.  Most of the time this if for about a week but sometimes much longer.

Those in Facebook Jail cannot post anything in groups in which they are not admins or moderators.  Facebook wants to keep our Truth Telling to a minimum.

Getting Us Ready for Real Jail

It dawned on me today, that perhaps FB is conditioning us for the near future. What do I mean by that?  Isn’t it obvious to the reader that this punishment on social media is a foreshadowing of what is to come in our lives – I mean in our REAL LIVES?

I have a feeling that I will wind up in real jail. After all, Jesus said:

“If the world hates you, you know that it hated Me before it hated you.  If you were of the world, the world would love its own. Yet because you are not of the world, but I chose you out of the world, therefore the world hates you.  Remember the word that I said to you, ‘A servant is not greater than his master.’ If they persecuted Me, they will also persecute you. If they kept My word, they will keep yours also.  But all these things they will do to you for My name’s sake, because they do not know Him who sent Me”   (John 15:18-21).

But even if you should suffer for righteousness’ sake, you are blessed. “And do not be afraid of their threats, nor be troubled.”  But sanctify the Lord God in your hearts, and 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;  having a good conscience, that when they defame you as evildoers, those who revile your good conduct in Christ may be ashamed”   (1 Peter 3:14-16)  

Veggie Tales Bought by Universal Studios


The founder of Veggie Tales has spoken about LGBT issues and the imminent affect it will have on Christian children’s programme creation.

In an interview with The Christian Post, Phil Visher has opened up about the fact that LGBT will be a subject that writers and creators will not be able to ignore.

Visher, who founded the enormously successful Veggie Tales programmes, told The Christian Post, “Parents are definitely going to have to deal with a growing LGBT presence in children’s media.

“It’s going to show up more and more as the world has decided that LGBT issues are in the same categories as race and civil rights issues. So to say you shouldn’t have a same-sex couple on ‘Sesame Street’ is the equivalent of saying you shouldn’t have a black couple on ‘Sesame Street.’”

The popular children’s cartoons, books and merchandise brand is now owned by DreamWorks, part of the gigantic Comcast company. From 1993 to 2004, VeggieTales videos were produced in Chicago, Illinois. After Big Idea Production fell into bankruptcy in 2003, VeggieTales was purchased by Classic Media in 2004 and production moved to Nashville, Tennessee.

In 2012, DreamWorks Animation purchased Classic Media. When DreamWorks launched production on the Netflix series VeggieTales in the House in 2013, production was split between studios in Nashville, Chicago, and Glendale, California.[15] In 2016, Comcast’s NBCUniversal bought DreamWorks Animation and since then, Universal Studios currently owns the rights to VeggieTales.

Each Veggie Tales episode teaches a moral life lesson through a biblical world view. The lessons include dealing with peer pressure, handling bullies, forgiving others, fighting temptation, handling fear, listening to parents, having self-esteem and being compassionate. It was created by Phil Vischer and Mike Nawrocki, who both perform many of the characters’ voices.

“I think it (LGBT) will have to be addressed at some point; I do think it’s a matter of time,” he continued. “It’s tricky because it’s so divisive.

“I think it would be difficult for a couple of reasons. First: the nuance of how to treat LGBT issues isn’t agreed upon within the Church; and secondly, some parents may want to have that talk with their kids.” source

Brethren, do you see what I see here?  The writer of the article above encourages parents to have “a talk” with their kids.  But before that, he says this:

“First: the nuance of how to treat LGBT issues isn’t agreed upon within the Church.”

And he is just telling the truth!  There was a day when true Christians would not be divided on issues such as homosexuality.  But those days are gone.

Maybe, before these parents have a talk with their kids, they should have a long talk with the Lord.

Some may say “Well, the parents who affirm homosexuality can’t be Christians.” That begs the question “Are they truly Christian but are conflicted over this topic?”  I don’t know the answer to that.

I think that the “Christians” who are affirming homosexuality are of the Social Justice False gospel pretend Christians.  And in that case – I do not believe that they are or were ever born again, blood washed Believers in Jesus Christ.

I know that I believe everything in the Word of God.  I don’t make up a narrative and put a spin on Bible verses to fit neatly into that narrative.  I believe that the Whole Bible is the infallible Word of God.

Do I believe that we should be kind to homosexuals and transexuals?  Of course!  Not only should we be kind to them, but we should be praying for them.

But do I believe that the Bible teaches us to affirm sexual sin?


And that is what we are being asked to do.  And THAT is why I say that I will probably wind up in jail.

It’s not a pleasant thought, but it will give me new people with whom I can share the glorious Gospel of Jesus Christ!

How Can I Be Saved?

Shalom b’Yeshua







Trump Administration Considers Allowing Local Governments to Veto Refugee Resettlement

The politically correct camp would no doubt make this a case of xenophobia – but is it?   Is it not the right of Americans to say NO to thousands of so-called refugees?

I say “so-called” because this is part of the forced migration by the U.N. Don’t let ANYONE tell you something different.

In 2015, the U.N. came up with the Sustainable Development Goals initiative. Typical jargon from the U.N.  It sounds good on its face, but when you really look into it, you see that it’s just more Globalist Garbage.

I’ve written a few articles through the years about this “forced migration.”  Do people actually think that this happened spontaneously with no funding or organization??  And there is NO part of this which can be called humanitarian.

As we’ve watched Europe morph into something almost unrecognizable in the past 4 years, the U.S. has been invaded on our southern border. Do you not realize that without a proper vetting of these people, many jihadi Muslims are coming over in the midst of the crowds!?

Here is a piece I wrote about the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG):

George Soros Admits to Funding the Forced Migration of Muslims Put Into Place By the U.N.:  A Step Closer to NWO

Here is another article on a true hero, PM Viktor Orban of Hungary:

Hungary’s Orban Speaks Against Soros – EU Plan To Create a Mixed New Islamized Europe

When Saudi Arabia was asked if they were taking in Muslim migrants, they answered by saying “no” they were not.  They said that their contribution to the migrant “crisis” was to build mosques in the host countries.

Talk about a Trojan Horse!!

This article is from today:


Trump admin to consider allowing local governments to veto refugee resettlement

Amid a week full of executive realigning of immigration policies with the original laws passed by Congress, the Trump administration is setting its eyes on another proposal to give the American people more of a say in the future of their society. NBC is reportingthat according to a draft proposal, “the federal government will resettle refugees only where both the relevant state and local governments have consented to participate” in the resettlement program.

This is a proposal I have long championed and wrote about in my book. While immigration in general is a national policy and was designed to be dealt with at a federal level, as I explain in chapter eight of Stolen Sovereignty, refugee resettlement is different:

In some respects, refugee resettlement is a more destructive form of social transformation for local communities than any other form of immigration. Unlike other categories of immigration, refugees by definition do not go through the organic process of becoming immigrants. They are brought over and resettled, often in large numbers concentrated in specific localities, with no acclimation to American culture or the ability to support themselves. Despite the plethora of resettlement assistance programs run by the State Department, HHS’s Office of Refugee Resettlement, and taxpayer-funded NGOs, most refugees wind up on the full array of welfare programs. Most important, they strain the public services and public education of the local jurisdictions that are forced to accept them.

Thus, communities are transformed in a matter of a few years (just look at Minneapolis or Lewiston, Maine), all at the behest of international officials, unelected State Department officials, HHS bureaucrats, and parasitic contractors who have everything to gain and nothing to lose by endangering the communities and saddling them with a fiscal burden. The states and the taxpayers have no say in the matter.

No legal body in this country — from Congress to state legislatures — would approve the resettlement of tens of thousands of Somali refugees if they had to affirmatively approve it today. Unfortunately, in the most grotesque violation of the social contract and consent-based citizenship, the most radical forms of cultural transformation are in the hands of unelected entities. This proposal would right this ship and empower the people.

When we bring in such large numbers of immigrants, we are inevitably importing the values of their part of the world instead of a manageable number of individuals yearning to champion our values. Should we not be concerned with the social transformation of our democratic values and the culture of some of our small and mid-sized cities?

Let’s take a city like Amarillo, Texas, for example. It is a relatively small city in the heartland of our country. In recent years, without any input from the locals or state officials, the federal government – at the behest of private taxpayer-funded contractors – has resettled a couple thousand refugees from the most radically divergent cultures. Since 2002, according to the WRAPS State Department database, Amarillo has been sent 352 refugees from Congo, 718 from Iran, 396 from Iraq, and 605 from Somalia. There are no numbers on the secondary migration, but refugees are all on a fast track to citizenship, after which they can bring in family members and commence the chain of migration from the same countries of origin. Amarillo has the most refugees per capita of any city in Texas.

This social transformation without representation not only violates the promise of federalism and governance by the consent of the governed, it violates the Refugee Act of 1980. The statute clearly directs the Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR) to “insure that a refugee is not initially placed or resettled in an area highly impacted by the presence of refugees or comparable populations.” When making this determination, the director of the ORR is supposed to take into account “the proportion of refugees and comparable entrants in the population in the area,” “the availability of employment opportunities, affordable housing, and public and private resources,” and “the likelihood of refugees placed in the area becoming self-sufficient and free from long-term dependence on public assistance.” (Sec. 412. of the Immigration and Naturalization Act 8 U.S.C. 1522.)

In addition to violating the conditions of refugee resettlement, the feds have violated federal law over the past few decades. The law requires the federal government to coordinate with local officials at every stage of the process, including “advance consultation with State and local governments.” The word “state” is mentioned 41 times in section 412 of the INA. Such consultations rarely take place.

Ideally, given the amount of illegal immigration and bogus asylum we are dealing with at our border, Trump should set the refugee cap at zero for the coming year. At the very least, he should direct HHS to only settle refugees in areas where local officials agree. If the forces of social transformation think their ideas are so popular, why are they scared of input from the communities? If we fought a revolution over “no taxation without representation,” it’s only appropriate that we allow no social transformation without representation. source

Brethren, the last sentence of the article is so powerful – I’m going to post that again:

“If we fought a revolution over “no taxation without representation,” it’s only appropriate that we allow no social transformation without representation.”

I do believe that our Founding Fathers would agree!

How Can I Be Saved?

Shalom b’Yeshua