Sunday, May 29, 2016

Mark Armstrong's Weekly Update (May 27, 2016)

Mark Armstrong has another weekly update (May 27, 2016). Let's take a look.

First he scare mongers about transgender people. He absurdly scare mongers that laws to protect them would bankrupt businesses and then inconsistently complains that big businesses are accommodating to them.
Carried to its natural conclusion, this kind of legislation would effectively put most companies and institutions that refused to comply with this perverted nonsense out of business. A great many big corporate names have already adopted "pro-gay," trans-gender, global-warming policies and advertise the fact as if it's good for business. Americans have apparently viewed the phenomenon as a fact of life that they could do nothing about, and either been quietly accepting or silent.
He then complains that things are not going well for the United States. Perhaps he is blaming gays for this but his weekly updates tend to be so filled with loose associations it is hard to know what to make of it.
Whether anybody has noticed or not, the country has not exactly flourished as the "gay" revolution has taken hold in the Supreme Court, in the U. S. military services, in corporations, all over the entertainment industry and throughout our society. Bankruptcies are all up and down nearly every road you travel, even in Texas where the economy is statistically so much stronger than anywhere else.
He insists everything is falling apart and in his typical style of loose association brings up many issues. He brings up many talking points that reveal his political leanings happen to be right wing as is common among the COGs' leaders.

Incidentally he is completely wrong about the national debt. In fact US bonds are the "least risky asset in international finance." What else is Mark Armstrong about?
Our enemies are more brazen than ever before, maybe because we have a limp-wristed leadership that includes the top jobs in the Pentagon. Russia invaded Ukraine, threatens more of eastern Europe, breaches our national airspace and buzzes our warships with fighter jets on the high seas. China has built islands for military installations in the middle of the South China sea, and warns that its military is "ready for war" if provoked. Iran extends a filthy middle digit in America's general direction every couple of days in spite of Obama's sweetheart deal, guaranteeing it a clear path to nuclear weapons. The national debt threatens our very existence, yet the spending continues to increase because it's always "the right thing ta doo." [Sic.]  Protesters play hopscotch atop police cruisers, throw rocks and bottles at law enforcement while the cops stand back and "hold the line."

People who dare profess belief in God and country are besmirched as retarded throwbacks to a time that never was. History is being rewritten on a daily basis as the president continues his "apology tour," and insists that he's not apologizing. He gave a rambling speech at the Hiroshima museum where the U. S. is characterized as an unprovoked aggressor, and called for the abolition of nuclear weapons. At this point, that's about like calling for the abolition of guns. Only criminals would have them.
He then complains that the government is releasing criminals even though the United States currently has the largest population behind bars of any nation on Earth. Even though it is well known that a cataclysmic war is being waged in Syria so it is little wonder so many have fled he insists on slurring them as threats to security. So often the COGs insists everything will fall apart but when everything actually did fall apart in Syria this person chose to slur them as threats to be kept away from his country.
But aren't criminals the next protected class anyway? They're being let out of prison by the thousands, "non-violent drug dealers" many of whom also had gun crimes on their record. Terrorists have been released out of Guantanamo Bay back to the Middle East by the dozens over the past couple of years. Syrian refugees are being secreted into the United States from Europe, even though every law enforcement agency has said they are an unpredictable danger. It has just been reported that some $18 million has been spent recently by ICE to fly illegal minors who crossed our southern border to their preferred destinations, to join up with other illegal family members. From the president on down through agencies charged with our national protection, the United States is encouraging a deluge of lawlessness and using "law enforcement" to flood in people who have no respect for life or law. You don't have to read too far beyond the headlines to realize that our way of life, our traditions and history are under a full scale attack. It is as if the curses of sin from the Old Testament are in full force. They're everywhere you look.
He then mentions a meeting between the Pope and the grand imam of Al Azhar. He insinuates this could have some sort of prophetic significance. He insists that terrorists are true Muslims which is one thing the terrorists want by the way. He insinuates that refugees fleeing from the Middle East are not really refugees despite the well documented problems causing their flight. He condemns as a ploy to get people fixated on climate change.
In other news that may well be of prophetic importance, the pope just held what is described as an "historic meeting" at the Vatican with the grand imam of Cairo's al-Ahzar mosque. He's purported to be the most influential religious leader to Sunni Muslims. They've apparently figured out the solution to the centuries-old rift between Christianity and Islam in light of present circumstances. The trick is to deny all connections between Islam and terrorism while insisting that westerners accept Muslim "refugees" as "the poor." This way everybody can get serious about confronting the true threat to all humanity, global warming! At this point you have to wonder if that monstrous scam isn't the ONE RELIGION that all mankind will have to accept in order to participate in financial transactions.
He also scare mongers about the European Union.
The UK is writhing and convulsing over the upcoming referendum on continued EU membership. The latest is that the EU has plans for a multi-national military force, that will include Britain if they vote to "remain" in the European Union, and that fact has been intentionally concealed from the British people during the debate. 
Even though Armstrongism has never been forced to endure religious persecution since it arose in the 1930s 
These are tumultuous times, domestically and internationally and many of the Bible's warnings about what would transpire in the end times are swirling all around us. Evil is good in the eyes of our leadership, and good as described by the Word of God is a whole series of hate crimes. Discrimination, you might say. May we have the fortitude to remain faithful and loyal to the TRUTH as evil invades every square inch of our formerly blessed land.
He ends with a postscript advising his followers to prepare for the improperly observed Feast of Tabernacles.
P.S. We hope you all have the new Feast brochure, mailed out last week. This week saw the monthly letter mailed, and the new Twenty-first Century WATCH magazine is nearly complete. Response has been excellent, and everyone in Tyler is working to get all requested material out in a timely fashion. Thanks to all. nks to all. [Sic.]
If he just talked about believing in God and organizing the improperly observed Feast of Tabernacles he would sound so much more respectable instead of these misanthropic, meandering rants that go everywhere and nowhere.


  1. Yeah, somehow he never rises above the Joe Six-Pack mode of thought and expression. Amongst conservatives, surely his targeted audience must consist primarily of bottom feeders. His diatribes are hardly university quality.

    I've certainly known any number of people who have returned to college or university relatively late in life. This is something that could certainly be of great value to a person in Mark's position. What he may accomplish with additional education would be subject to his own drive, creativity, and intellect, but it would not be a bad start. The ingredients which made his dad and grandfather so persuasive might then begin to manifest themselves.


  2. Mark Armstrong's diatribes are strange things to behold. He really should just stop making stuff like this. He embarrasses himself.