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3 Truths About Facebook- The Good, The Bad and the Ugly!

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I did a two hour segment on the truth about Facebook today. Well, it was actually on the truth about Facebook, Google, Ebay, Paypal and the connection to the our government. You can listen to the show on our app-KZNU, commercial free- just download our free app on your smartphone. But here are some additional thoughts:

The good, the bad and the ugly:

The good–  good American citizens are waking up. Think about it. The last 5 years of Facebook, have reunited with you with every person you have ever known in your life- bringing them together at one time. Maybe that’s  not  exactly perfect because life was never intended to be that way, as we graduate through phases and people in our lives, but now that you have your life’s “audience” gathered around your Facebook page, you have probably shared your religious views and political views more with everyone than you ever have before. We are sharing information at an intense speed and most people check Facebook everyday.

Bottom line? You are sharing your beliefs, values and triumphs like never before. We have a generation of younger people more engaged in politics than ever before. We have a nation of Americans getting angry and waking up more than ever before, where as politics discussed among friends was a no-no, now it’s almost expected.

The Bad– The government is behind Facebook and uses it frequently to spy on it’s citizens and get personal information on you within seconds.

The Ugly– They can’t believe we upload all of our personal info voluntarily.

 

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This article was written by kate

5 comments:

James AultFebruary 27, 2015 at 8:41 pmReply

I wonder how many millions of younger folks are someday going to be ruing things they posted up on the net…

DixieMarch 14, 2015 at 6:54 pmReply

I am commenting on the Julie Rowe interview. Her account is similar to Sarah Menet’s, and the book “Visions of Glory”. You should read what “Fair Mormon” has to say about such things. I do not doubt they are sincere, but,mother do a great deal of harm, because people are easily influenced by them. Sarah’s story is almost identical in many ways, but she predicted a meteor to hit in 2012.

Please read what Fair Mormon has to say. People have had these deluded visions since the early days of the church, causing many problems. And leading people away from the truth.

ONLY JOHN THE REVELATORY WAS GIVEN THE CHARGE TO WRITE ABOUT THE TRIBUALTIONS.

It is a disservice to give credence to these people. I know they are sincere and believe what they saw. Sarah compiled a 10 year food supply. But, Julie said she was told to warn the people and get the word out, and specifically what to warn about. THIS IS NOT HOW GOD DOES HIS BUSINESS.

KATE DALLEYMarch 15, 2015 at 11:05 pmReply

The only message Julie Rowe is giving is to get right with God and that HE has a plan for each and every one of us. I don’t understand how that is so threatening. She wrote two books about a near death experience that she had. You can believe what she wrote or not believe what she wrote. I think that’s a very individual thing. She doesn’t appear to be counseling people, or to be giving orders or telling people what to do. I think people can read her books and get the message out of them that they wish to have. If she were telling people to jump off bridges, join a specific church, leave a specific religion or starting her own religion, then I presume people could feel threatened by that. But she’s not doing any of those things. I liked her books and thought there were a couple of poignant things in them that stood out to me. If you are religious, you can always pray about those things for yourself. I think there is very little cause to feel threatened by people like Julie. One- she’s only reminding people about God and his purpose. And two- LDS people do believe in people having gifts of dreams and revelations as written in their articles of faith- not limited to only John the Baptist through out history. Thanks for writing in. Those are just my thoughts.
Kate

Capt. KarlMay 10, 2016 at 3:16 pmReply

A challenge to you.
Let’s put that to the test…

I challenge you to play the following audio by Judge Napolitano, on your radio program.
https://youtu.be/UgGnBCDfCLM

And, then tell your audience that current Utah State Constitutional Law requires the State House, Senate and the Governor to pay for supplying, equipping, and training of the Citizen Unorganized Militia, otherwise known as The 10 U.S. Code § 311 – Constitutional American Militia Freedom Forces.

The question we have for our listening audience today is; “Should the State House members, Senate and Governor produce an Amendment to our State Constitution so that our State Government is no longer compelled, by Constitutional Law, to Fund the Citizens Militia, in case the Constitutional AMFF should call on them to comply with the existing law?”

Btw: The Judge is for our Utah State Joint Sovereignty Resolution with Arrest Provision which leads up to a two year transitional period of incremental State nullifications of all UNLAWFUL Federal spending, usurpation and UNLAWFUL Income Taxation.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/20i1lrdscv55j9h/Petition%20For%20Redress%20of%20Grievances%20-%20%C2%A0To%20Fund%20AMFF.docx?dl=0

KATE DALLEYMay 10, 2016 at 4:07 pmReply

Karl,

No challenge necessary! I have played many, many Judge Nap clips on the show and I will play this as well. Thanks!

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