Afterlife proven? Netflix movie promotes suicide

You and I know there is an afterlife – the bible tells us that, just as it shows us a flat, stationary earth (which is what all our senses tell us is the truth!). Christians don’t, however, leap to the idea that killing ourselves is the way to get there in fact I think we’d all agree that that is a mortal sin. I would say that, whilst God gave us dominion, that dominion does not extend to ourselves. It is over nature, animals, birds and beasts.

But you know those pesky Georgia Guidestones? The ones with the plan to wipe out over 95% of all humanity? Well perhaps they’ve got a plan now – after all, deception is the name of the game, and Hollywood, amongst others, have their satanic agenda to push. This time, it’s Netflix, who have plumped for the (fictional) idea that the afterlife has been scientifically proven, and millions of people immediately kill themselves in order to go there. Handy, if you’re the elite, huh? I mean, getting people to shuffle off this mortal coil in order to go somewhere ‘better’? What would make them happier?

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(read the full article here: Link)

This film, concerns me greatly. Yes, the over all message is one of the importance of life – the son of the scientist himself is shown fighting this menace – but if this film causes just one person to kill themselves, then the innocent blood of that soul will cry out to God. People are vulnerable to ideas – and I believe this film does risk glorifying suicide (whether the person believes in an afterlife or not).

Irresponsible film makers are out for money, and they work for satan. Please alert friends to avoid films like these. In fact it’s wise to boycott all TV and films where the message is not Christian.

God Bless you

Lis

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This makes me incredibly sad

I read today that:

“As part of a new overdose prevention initiative, Kentucky will begin selling the drug Naloxone over the counter without a prescription in 96 Kroger outlets across the state.

Naloxone is a drug that can reverse an overdose of opioid drugs and often is only administered in the emergency room. However, due to the fact that Kentucky is one of five states with the highest rates of opioid overdoses, a decision has been made to make Naloxone available quickly and easily to anyone who needs it.” (source)

How far we have come when our leaders decide to make the antidote available rather than deal with the problem of prescription and other opioid addiction. This is tragic. I hope the initiative helps save lives, but what a parlous state we are in when this is needed.

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Also read: Big Pharma, Pharmakeia and what it means

God Bless you

Lis

Forced medication – approved by Julie Burchill

I am not fond of Julie Burchill at the best of times, but to hear that she had lost her son to suicide was saddening, and then I read this in the Telegraph, and I quote [my empahsis added] (Link)

“The author Julie Burchill has told how she kicked her son out of her home over a row about drugs and had not seen him for a year before his suicide.

Burchill, who did not attend her “beloved, broken” Jack’s funeral, unveiled her regret at not trying harder to help the 29-year-old, who had battled mental illness.

In an article, which included a note written by her musician son describing how he had “lost the essence” of himself, Burchill urged the Government to pass a law forcing mentally ill people to take their medication.

Jack Landesman, whose father was Burchill’s second husband, the writer Cosmo Landesman, was found hanged from the back of his door on June 29. Burchill said she had been holidaying at the time.

A crack pipe was found with his body, but Burchill said: “I don’t blame drugs.”
“In my opinion, people with extreme mental health issues should be forcibly injected with the medication which helps them – screw human rights,” the author wrote in the Sunday Times Magazine piece.”

Drugs do NOT cure illness. They are NOT the answer to any emotional or phychiatric symptom. Being cut adrift from your family because you are on drugs is a big part of why this guy killed himself, and I’m sure that Julie feels guilty – however she was doing her best as a Mum to deal with a son who was taking drugs, and I don’t judge her actions. However, get your hands off other people’s lives! Your son didn’t take his meds? They wouldn’t have cured him of his illness – he needed something more than a drug.

Those who are suffering as her son did, already feel as though they have no power – to force medication on them on top of what life has already dealt them is absolutely shameful.

On top of that is the danger of misuse by the state – don’t like what someone is saying? Declare them mentally ill and forcibly medicate them. This sounds as barbaric and wrong as it is. It must not be allowed to happen.

God Bless you

Lis