King Abdullah
Photo: King Abdullah, Saudi Arabia

Dear King Abdullah:

I have studied the Islam faith begun in your country and have read on your embassy’s web site the line of steadfast commitment each successive king has had in first and foremost preserving your faith. We here in America have our own rich religious heritage; but unlike you have forsaken and forgotten it, and this to our degradation and ruin. George Washington, our first president, wisely warned: “Of all the dispositions and habits which lead to political prosperity, religion and morality are indispensable supports.” Unlike your nation, we have not kept religion and morals first, but as in the original Garden of Eden have “listened to the voice of [the] woman,” and thereby have corrupted our own garden! Read more

Temptation cartoon
The answer? A lot!

Given the cartoon we see here from the 1911 issue of Life Magazine titled “The Temptation,” please allow a little highly revealing theology. As you can see, the cartoon begs it. And most certainly, there is more to this cartoon than the casual eye beholds—far more.

First, let us ask a simple question: In the beginning when God created man male and female, do you think His design for each bore any significance regarding the governmental relationship between the two? Was there an attesting governmental order in His design, or were His blueprints for the respective bodies of the man and the woman purely utilitarian? Read more

King Abdullah
Recently I received an e-mail from a journalist in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, who was asking me some questions relative to the news release titled, “Last Man Standing: Saudi Arabia.” Here is their e-mail and my reply.

Hi Gary,

It’s my pleasure to contact you.

I’ve gone through the breifs about your book “the curse of 1920” and the intersting article you wrote to saudis “Last man standing: Saudi Arabia”. You know that many voices are coming from US requesting Saudis to give more spaces for women. I’ve read your proofs about the mistakes about these voices.

I still have some questions: Read more

Have you ever considered the fact that Yahshua, the Son of God, actually came to this earth early, before the time of His triumphal coming? This being the case, one must ask the question as to what the consequences of this would be. And I warn you, that which is presented here is very compact, leaving out gentle helpful explanations, but gets right to the core.

The demons said to Yahshua when He was seeking to cast them out of the possessed men in Matthew 8:28-29, “What business do we have with each other, Son of God? Have You come here to torment us before the time?” This thereby raises a very important matter. It was incumbent that Yahshua came early, before the time of His right to reign. And in so doing, this had, and continues to have, highly impacting consequences and meaning for both Himself as well as the church. Read more

Frederick Douglas
It is said that history repeats itself. Well, here we are once again in 1870. In that year two women were fighting to keep the black man from having the right to vote. Why? Because they wanted the power that the black man was about to receive.

Does this sound familiar to today? In 1869-70, Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony vehemently opposed the ratification of the Fifteenth Amendment of the US Constitution giving the black man the right to vote. Before this, in July, 1848, Frederick Douglas had stood with Stanton at Seneca Falls in the cause of women’s suffrage. At this first women’s rights convention, he placed his signature on the Declaration of Sentiments and did not rescind it as did others. He was a close friend of the Anthony family, and often visited their home. In 1862, he even delivered the eulogy upon the death of Anthony’s father. Read more

Cartoon: The Temptation, Life Magazine, 1911
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Part 3 of 3
But let’s now take this aberrant Eveonian social matter one vital step further. Let’s say that America wakes up and repents of her grave error and reverses this insane practice of coeducation facilities for young men and women and unnaturally extending education – then what’s next for them? These same young men and women, many who marry, will then go into a work environment equally ordered by the Eveonian women’s rights movement where men and women are placed together in sex-charged, glamorized working environments that are ripe for the occupational hazard of having an affair. Read more

Cartoon: The Temptation, Life Magazine, 1911
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Part 2 of 3
In the opening, we noted that in order to see whether our founding fathers or we today are correct, all one has to do is look at the order of society at our founding as a nation and observe its fruit, then compare it with the societal order we have today and its fruit. The evidence is both obvious and overwhelming! Read more

Cartoon: The Temptation, Life Magazine, 1911
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Part 1 of 3
Feminism has so much become an accepted part of the psyche of American society that when a man holds to the principles upon which this nation was established, he is instantly slandered as an archaic male chauvinist bigot. But a look at history during and since the founding of this nation reveals that we today have indeed become so subnormal concerning the proper order and place of men and women, that when someone actually becomes normal, they appear abnormal. All one has to do is look at the order of society at our founding as a nation and observe its fruit, then compare it with the societal order we have today and its fruit, and the evidence as to what is right is starkly obvious! Read more

FLDS mother and child

Photo: YFZ mother and child

According to Child Protective Services (CPS), of the supposed 53 girls between the ages of 14 and 17 who at gunpoint were forced from their homes at Yearning For Zion Ranch, 31 either have children or are pregnant. Rod Parker, attorney for the FLDS families, doubts those numbers. “I do have serious questions about how they are determining age in there,” said Parker, adding that the information from CPS has “absolutely nothing to back it up other than it’s coming from them, and they think we should trust them.”

Let’s say that another way, Rod: “And they think we should trust them?” We must keep CPS in perspective and call it what it is. May I be so bold to identify it based on the experiences of thousands of others—Child Predatory Services.

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King Abdullah

Desert Kingdom Holds Fast to Refusing the Woman’s Vote

Photo: King Abdullah, Saudi Arabia

From America in 1920, to Kuwait as recent as 2005, this world has systematically witnessed nation after nation succumbing to the Curse of 1920, granting the Eveonian (of or characteristic of Eve) practice of women voting. Today, there is only “one man left standing” in this world, only one voting nation that has not relented to this dreadful Curse, and that nation is Saudi Arabia.

The World Fact Book of the Central Intelligence Agency reports that Saudi Arabia is the last voting nation to have not yet granted the act that, without exaggeration, should bring fear in the heart of anyone—women’s suffrage! Read more

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