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Correcting Wrong Assumptions


Jean Guernon responded to A Curse on the Betrayal of Canada:

Come on, Victor,

Harper decided to become dictatorial by eliminating the financing of parties (according to quantities of votes) by the federal. He demonstrated that he couldn’t be trusted by virtually trying to eliminate democracy in Canada.

This was his unforgivable error, otherwise there would not be serious cause to deny confidence in the govt.. Of course he backed out, but the damage was done. I don’t know what you are scandalized about, this coallition has lots more votes together than the PC. They have the legitimacy inasmuch as they can form a stable coalition, again, which wouldn’t exist if the prime minister didn’t ttry to destroy democracy here.

The Green Party, BTW, would have disapeared with this Harper scheme. It is absolutely democratic that the majority of Canadians be represented within a more democratic alliance. The survival of democracy may be in play here. And imagine, the Greens would have a place there! Harper would have never allowed that under his governement. This is not yet proportional representativity, but it is a lot more democratic than the elimination of the Greens and weakening of other parties.

Now, this is not perfect, with Ignatief coming in and saying this acct by harper was never the problem, there are Liberals contending the leadership that are total idiots, so what will happen who knows. With Dion there for the moment, there is honesty, at least, but honesty is not the reflection of most politicians, including your idol harper, who wouldn’t allow more than a superficial inquiry next february in the Mulroney scandal for instance. This is more like Bush who pardon his friend after the CIA bertrayal of the country.

No Victor, democracy will not be diminished if this coallition is called to govern, which is most unlikely as there is a lot more chance that Harper runs, that he will insure that prorogation is decreeted, but otherwise, would it be allowed to rule and be implemented, it would be the will of most of Canada, nonetheless.

Please, stop making (pit)bullshit up. Thanks.

Jean Guernon
(Green Party)

P.S. I dare you put this on your path of truth page, as I am sure these are only words, and has nothing to do with the truth. But again, who knows. We shall see.

Victor’s reply:

Hi Jean,

I will be glad to post your reply on our site. We plan to do so with all replies worth posting. We deem yours worth it.

Let me correct you on some assumptions you make that you have no right to make:

One, Harper is no idol of ours, never was, and by God’s grace, never will be. We serve Almighty God, the Lord Jesus Christ, Who says, “You will not have strange gods [idols] before Me.” From our perspective, it is about right and wrong, and therefore we speak. By God’ grace, we are not naïve about any man, Mr. Harper included.

Two, we are not scandalized. God has simply directed us to speak in this matter. It is not often we get involved in politics. We confessedly know little of men’s machinations in this area; however, God knows all, knows what He wants, and gives us to speak as He wills, in spite of our limited carnal knowledge. When we go by His understanding rather than by our own, we are never found to be wrong, though many will not agree.

Three, this is not about support for democracy. That is an easy assumption for you to make, but not an accurate one. Democracy is on its way out. After several millennia, we are at the bottom of the barrel when it comes to experiments and demonstrations of man’s inability to govern himself. Thank God for that! More exciting and fulfilling times await us just around the corner, and we testify of their coming.

Four, we observe this most common error being made in this debate: While there were more votes for the coalition parties than for Harper, there were not more Canadian votes for them than for him. By this I mean that the Bloc Quebecois tips the balance in favor of the coalition, but it was not elected by Canada General, only Quebec, as avowed separatists. Therefore, how can you and so many others fairly claim that a greater portion of the general Canadian electorate chose the coalition? It simply is not true.

It has been a marvel to me from the start that Canada would give antiCanadians power to legislate and decide the future of proCanadians. Now we have a complication arising from the shortsightedness of those who designed or tinkered with British Parliamentarianism. Personally, it does not matter to me if Quebec separates or not, and I do not see them as villains for wanting to do so. Of course, if men were to unite, in righteousness, unity would serve far better than division, duplication, and competition, but it is the nature of man to be selfish and self-centered until God changes that, and He is changing it, and will.

Let’s face it, Jean, if people had the heart to choose the right people for their leaders and the right things to do, they would not have these problems. And if those running for office had substance to offer them and were trustworthy, they would not need government grants to support them. Their sustenance would come from the people spontaneously, don’t you think?

Do you still think I am making up uncastrated adult male bovine (or canine) doo-doo, Jean?

Here is what we really need to begin to do, and it will happen, when God introduces His grace to men:

For Whom Do We Vote?
How Do We Vote for the Lord Jesus Christ?
Why Do We Vote for Jesus Christ?
Are We Suggesting You Should Put Your Head in the Sand?

It is time to vote White, not Green or Blue or Red.

By the way, let me commend you for caring about the environment. We care too; we have an organic farm – see it at harvesthaven.com.

You write: “I dare you put this on your path of truth page, as I am sure these are only words, and has nothing to do with the truth. But again, who knows. We shall see.

I expect we will be posting it in the next few days for all, along with our replies, of course. But I appreciate your candidness, i.e. “as I am sure these are only words, and has nothing to do with the truth.” If nothing else, they provide a backdrop for truth to be spoken and I must give you credit for some humility and honesty here – that is truth, too, of the better variety in God’s eyes, and something rather scarce these days, like Green seats in the Commons.

Victor

Jean’s reply:

Well, Victor,

First, about the BLOC, you cannot take them out of the equation, they are Canadians and can express their votes the way they want.

Second, the BLOC during the elections lured Quebeckers in saying it was speaking for all Quebeckers, and once it was over, it claimed back its option.The fact is that the BLOC hardly has the representation he now claims to have, I don’t know the proportion, but a lot of the quebeckers who voted for them are not separatists. Think about it, otherwise, if it was so overwhelming, the PQ would rule in Quebec, it is mathematic. And they would win a referendum.

Third, because of this admission after the election, they have no role in the coalition governement, they are merely those that tip the balance of power. The Tories were ready to make the same kind of deal with the separatists to topple the Martin Governement.

Lastly (should be first but you need to see where your reasoning is wrong), I am sorry but you cannot use God to go against legitimate, albeit political, arguments. Do you truly believe that God’s will won’t be done unless Harper power trip is overlooked, as you obviously infer? This is sacrilegious. Believe me, I know that God’s will shall be implemented no matter what, at the time of His choosing. What you are doing is more like the work of the so-called prince of this world than that of the King of the Universe. Putting curses too, is kind of like black magic, no?

Jean Guernon
GPC

P.S. I hope you will publish on your website my reply to you as well, so as to have a balanced discussion.

Victor’s reply:

Bonjour, Jean,

I understand your points about the BLOC and do not argue those points, as much as it might appear otherwise. As for the Tories willing to make the same play at another time, there is a difference. I have seen no evidence that they formed or would have formed a coalition with the others. I saw Harper’s letter to the Governor General, which does not constitute the same thing, though people will read into it, particularly the gainsayers. Still, these are not the issues from where I stand. God gave me to curse in this situation, and I could not help but do so.

By the way, by the Spirit of the Lord I also cursed Paul Martin’s stance. I could no longer countenance his phoniness, his bullshit. His fortunes changed very quickly after that. Please understand: I am simply informing you; I am not taking credit for anything because it is not my doing. God took me as His vessel years ago to do His will. We had an agreement. He asked me to give my life for His discretionary use in all matters of His concern and He promised He would take care of all my concerns. This agreement occurred in Albuquerque, New Mexico, in 1984. I have never looked back, though I have failed Him on several occasions, especially in the beginning, but He has never failed me. If there is any one thing I can say of Him, it is that He is truly and perfectly faithful. In fact, there is a Scripture that calls Him by those Names:

“And I saw Heaven opened. And behold, a white horse! And He sitting on him was called Faithful and True. And in righteousness He judges and makes war” (Revelation 19:11 MKJV).

Faithful and True. “Makes war”? Oh, my! That is what He did here with the coalition. Don’t get me wrong – He and I are not against coalitions in principle. That is not what this was all about. It was about the fact that there was a seditionist spirit at work in this particular set of circumstances and that was what God was judging by me, a mere earthen vessel He decided to grace and use for His purposes. Read my story, Victor Hafichuk.

Concerning Harper and his position, I am not attributing holy virtue to him or to any other man. It does not work that way. The Scriptures are clear on their description of every man that ever lived (except Jesus Christ, Who was no mere man, but the only Man in Whom God fully incarnated Himself):

Romans 3:10-18 MKJV
(10) As it is written: There is none righteous, no not one;
(11) there is none that understands, there is none that seeks after God.
(12) They are all gone out of the way, they have together become unprofitable, there is none that does good, no, not one.
(13) Their throat is an open grave, with their tongues they have used deceit, the poison of asps is under their lips;
(14) whose mouth is full of cursing and bitterness;
(15) their feet are swift to shed blood;
(16) destruction and misery are in their way,
(17) and the way of peace they did not know.
(18) There is no fear of God before their eyes.

Concerning Harper, I infer nothing of the kind you suggest. And if Harper offends, God will deal with him. But Harper is still God’s man of the hour as long as God needs him, as with all leaders in all nations, and that goes for the nations as well.

Think about it, Jean – you yourself say, “Believe me, I know that God’s will shall be implemented no matter what, at the time of His choosing.” You are absolutely correct, and the Scriptures back you up on that conviction. How then will He accomplish all He wills if people can simply go about doing as they please independently of Him? No, all things are determined from above.

There are many examples in Scripture where God determined the rulers, their times, and works – Pharaoh of Egypt, Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon, Cyrus of Persia, Pilate, John the Baptist, Jeremiah, Moses. And this goes for all extraBiblical times and people – Parizeau, Charest, Bush, Trudeau, Bouchard, Levesque, Hitler, Churchill, Chretien, Harper – every last one of them. As someone under the name of Shakespeare wrote:

“All the world’s a stage,
And all the men and women merely players;
They have their exits and their entrances,
And one man in his time plays many parts,
His acts being seven ages.”

Now for the cursing – there is no black magic here at all. Believe me, this has nothing to do with the Devil, except to defeat his designs and works by the power of the Resurrection, Jesus Christ, Lord of lords and King of all kings.

Does not God curse? Again, let us believe the greatest Record we have as the Authoritative Words from God’s own lips:

Isaiah 34:5-8
(5) For My sword bathed in the heavens. Behold, it shall come down on Edom, and on the people of My curse for judgment.
(6) The sword of the LORD is filled with blood; it is made fat with fatness, with the blood of lambs and goats, with the fat of the kidneys of rams; for the LORD has a sacrifice in Bozrah, and a great slaughter in the land of Edom.
(7) And the wild oxen shall come down with them, and the bulls with the bulls; and their land shall be soaked with blood, and their dust made fat with fatness.
(8) For it is the day of the LORD’s vengeance, the year to repay for the fighting against Zion.

And are you not aware that God has had His servants curse? Here it is right in God’s Word:

Deuteronomy 27:13-26
(13) And these shall stand on Mount Ebal to curse: Reuben, Gad, and Asher, and Zebulun, Dan, and Naphtali.
(14) And the Levites shall speak and say to all the men of Israel with a loud voice,
(15) Cursed is the man that makes any graven or molten image, an abomination to the LORD, the work of the hands of the craftsman, and puts it in a secret place. And all the people shall answer and say, Amen.
(16) Cursed is he who thinks lightly of his father or his mother. And all the people shall say, Amen.
(17) Cursed is he who removes his neighbor’s landmark. And all the people shall say, Amen.
(18) Cursed is he who makes the blind to wander out of the way. And all the people shall say, Amen.
(19) Cursed is he who perverts the judgment of the stranger, fatherless, and widow. And all the people shall say, Amen.
(20) Cursed is he who lies with his father’s wife, because he uncovers his father’s skirt. And all the people shall say, Amen.
(21) Cursed is he who lies with any kind of animal. And all the people shall say, Amen.
(22) Cursed is he who lies with his sister, the daughter of his father or the daughter of his mother. And all the people shall say, Amen.
(23) Cursed is he who lies with his mother-in-law. And all the people shall say, Amen.
(24) Cursed is he who strikes his neighbor secretly. And all the people shall say, Amen.
(25) Cursed is he who takes reward to kill an innocent person. And all the people shall say, Amen.
(26) Cursed is he who does not confirm all the words of this Law, to do them. And all the people shall say, Amen.

Bob Rae, Dion, Duceppe, Layton, and others are all guilty of the bolded portions of that passage of Scripture, off the top; they are also guilty of more.

The godly apostle Paul also had a curse for those who had it coming:

Galatians 1:8-9 MKJV
(8) But even if we or an angel from Heaven preach a gospel to you beside what we preached to you, let him be accursed.
(9) As we said before, and now I say again, If anyone preaches a gospel to you beside what you have received, let him be accursed.

So, no, it is not black magic; it is the White and Righteous Power of God.

I understand your concern that we should publish your side of the conversation. We hear you. Yours will be posted in full if we can help it, believe me.

If you search the internet for my name, you will find cases where people posted only what they pleased of our debates to support their views. For the rest of the story, however, you can log into our site and get the full script at any time.

You see, in Jesus Christ and knowing Him, we have nothing to fear and nothing to be ashamed of. We know where we stand and whereof we speak, and that is something for which any person can be truly thankful to God (for only He can make that happen within us). It is a wonderful place or state in which to be. Would you agree?

Now, in passing, let me give you a friendly little tug on your beard as a Parthian shot – if you want to talk “bullshit,” talk Nostradamus.

A pleasure communicating with you thus far, Jean,

Victor

Jean’s first reply:

So you didn’t see the letter that the Tories sent to the BLOC, but they showed it in the House of Commons! Its content is available in the media. There is a precedent in coalition matters and with the BLOC, and furthermore, one that was started by the Tories!

If you don’t know, and don’t follow the debates at the Commons, check your facts before you contradict me. Anyway, until Harper did that, and then persisted (he lied about it too as he aqnounced the prorogation, pretending he merely recanted to propose a ceiling), I kind of respected him against my better judgement as someone somewhat fair even though it looked like he would do anything for keeping in place the corruption as he did protect his friend Mulroney. But this dictatorial attitude became too obvious with the attempt to destroy other parties and it revealed his motives for shielding Mulroney for a serious inquiry. I tell you, you are protecting a very questionable character that gives the appearance of someone very nice on the surface. Not that the liberals are not going in as bad a direction, it is the same old same old: Shananigans? Look at how Ignatief is taking over. He is the surest bet for the Tories. But this is the sewer polticis, not at all what you are scandalized about, playing the prima donna on behalf of Harper, come on, what you are whinning about is abbsolutely legitimate political moves, unlike what surrounds it which you seem to endorse.

Main thing though: I still don’t get why you get God mixed up into this legit reaction to an attempt to destroy democracy in Canada by the Tories. Certainly God doesn’t take side in this dispute and if he would, it wouldn’t be for those that were making such an incredible power trip. What you are doing sounds more sacrilegious than what they are doing, mixing up God into that, shame on you.

Anyway, maybe your adventure will explain this incredible pattern of behavior. I’ll look up your story later, I have to go vote now (election day here). But wake up! You cannot do this.

J.

Jean’s second reply:

Well, I checked it out, and there is indeed two times the tories have been in cahoot with the Bloc to form an eventual alliance governement.

The first time was in 2000, when there WAS a draft letter they all agreed to sign and implement were there to be a minority governement. http://mikewatkins.ca/2008/12/03/breaking-stockwell-day-attempted-coalition-with-bloc/ – quote (not sure how reliable is this Mike Watkins I picked this because in the link (attached) is the scan. I could have taken it from any number of source, it would still be the same draft letter) :

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Today in the House of Commons we witnessed both Harper and Day shouting at the Opposition over the prospect of losing government to a coalition, even as more evidence surfaced showing both Harper and Day as leaders of their party have themselves set the wheels in motion to do exactly what the opposition parties have agreed to do: form a coalition government.

Neither Day nor Harper bothered to consult with their caucus or members. Nor did former Progressive Conservative leader Joe Clark, the third party in the 2000 agreement with the Bloc Quebecois.

See the attached scanned copy of the 2000 Canadian Alliance-Progressive Conservative-Bloc Quebecois coalition agreement.

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This is what I was refering to. That is what was shown at the House of Commons.

But what you are refering to, you are right, is the letter Harper sent to the Governor General in 2004 that reads as follow:

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September 9, 2004

Her Excellency the Right Honourable Adrienne Clarkson,
C.C., C.M.M., C.O.M., C.D.
Governor General
Rideau Hall
1 Sussex Drive
Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0A1

Excellency,

As leaders of the opposition parties, we are well aware that, given the Liberal minority government, you could be asked by the Prime Minister to dissolve the 38th Parliament at any time should the House of Commons fail to support some part of the government’s program.

We respectfully point out that the opposition parties, who together
constitute a majority in the House, have been in close consultation. We believe that, should a request for dissolution arise this should give
you cause, as constitutional practice has determined, to consult the
opposition leaders and consider all of your options before exercising
your constitutional authority.

Your attention to this matter is appreciated.

Sincerely,

Hon. Stephen Harper, P.C., M.P.
Leader of the Opposition
Leader of the Conservative Party of Canada

Gilles Duceppe, M.P.
Leader of the Bloc Quebecois

Jack Layton, M.P.
Leader of the New Democratic Party

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I do understand that with only the latter you would not automatically infer that this agreement between these parties necessarily constitutes a full collaboration towards a potential coallition government like the other letter does, but what other purpose can it have, and would they, in either cases, have given an even bigger role to the BLOC than the sidelines, had the circumstances warranted it and had they have to implement either or both these agreements?

I think you should notice, so as to observe, the point of the legitimacy of such an option, at least because in both cases, it is from your Tories’ initiative.

Would you have invoked God and Jesus Christ to woe them had it been the case?

Now maybe you understand why I say something like : "Come on, man, how can you use God in partisan politics? This is wrong."

You will understand, I am sure, but only if you want to see, though.

J.

Paul’s reply:

Hi Jean, Paul Cohen here, another servant of the Lord.

You have not heard Victor, or God, regarding their plain words, or you simply have not red carefully what has been sent to you. In his most recent letter, Victor already answered your objections and much of your reply in the following portion:

As for the Tories willing to make the same play at another time, there is a difference. I have seen no evidence that they formed or would have formed a coalition with the others. I saw Harper’s letter to the Governor General, which does not constitute the same thing, though people will read into it, particularly the gainsayers. Still, these are not the issues from where I stand. God gave me to curse in this situation, and I could not help but do so.

There is no endorsement in the prophecy, implied or otherwise, of the Tories, nor approval of any shenanigans, if such were being carried out. The Tories are not the issue here. God is addressing the motives of those in this current coalition and of any who would follow them in their ways. You want to shift the focus from what God is saying because His judgment is contrary to you and your ambitions.

Let us say for the sake of argument that you are right, and the Tories did evil in the sight of God several years ago, in what you assume are nefarious political machinations. Even if that were the case, it has nothing to do with what God is bringing to light here and now. Your argument, “Hey, those guys are evil too,” is beside the point and wrong-headed. Here is what the Word of God says about you and where you are coming from:

“Some of you accuse others of doing wrong. But there is no excuse for what you do. When you judge others, you condemn yourselves, because you are guilty of doing the very same things. We know that God is right to judge everyone who behaves in this way. Do you really think God won’t punish you, when you behave exactly like the people you accuse?” (Romans 2:1-3 CEV)

By pointing your finger at others to exonerate the guilty, you are finding fault with God’s judgment and with God Himself. You have set yourself up as His judge to annul His Word. You are as Lucifer, who said in his heart that he would ascend into Heaven with the saints and be like the Most High, but of whom God said: “Yet you shall be brought down to hell, to the sides of the pit” (Isaiah 14:15 MKJV).

Unlike God, Who gives a certain Word, you are not sure of your judgment. You admit that the case you make against Harper is theoretical. You ask, regarding his letter of 2004, if we would have invoked God had it been the same case as the present curse. That is precisely the point – your reckoning is hypothetical, with circumstantial evidence that is not conclusive of anything, especially the motives that God is bringing to light. Victor did not speak uncertainly, but as moved by the Spirit of God, Who confirms His Words by what follows. As we have told you, God sees the hearts and judges accordingly, while you speculate and treat your conjectures as fact.

You are evil to accuse Victor of “using God” because you don’t know what you are talking about and don’t listen when you have the opportunity to become informed. You say that we invoke God, as if it was by our initiative to summon Him to do our will, and still wrongly insist that we are partisan politicos; when will you pay attention to what we say and read For Whom Do We Vote?

But how can you hear when you have no faculty for truth? That is why you spend your time on one who plainly confessed he was not a prophet of God, and do not believe one who is.

You resist not man, but God, Who moved Victor to curse the coalition. He speaks by us what is decided from Heaven:

“Truly I say to you, Whatever you bind on the earth will be, having been bound in Heaven. And whatever you loose on the earth will be, having been loosed in Heaven” (Matthew 18:18 LITV).

The fool has said in his heart there is no God, and you are that man, Jean.

Paul Cohen

Jean’s reply:

You haven’t seen the evidence that they would have formed a coalition with others!?!?!? It is black on white.

Are you blind?

And then you go on saying that God has told you to "curse" the situation!!

Short on your meds?

J.

Victor’s reply:

No, Jean, we are not blind, or stupid.

Yes, Jean, the “would haveis “black on white” as you put it (black and white is the correct English expression – I don’t know about French). No argument there and there never was one.

However, “would have” is prognostic. It is not an actuality. It is interesting how you and your hero prognosticator or mentor, Nostradamus, think alike. Now you think that because something “may have” or “could have” or “might have” or “would have” happened, therefore one can treat it as fact. And fools dwell on Nostradamus and his imbecilic ravings, which only make sense here and there to those who must fabricate because they have no life or common sense (which is not so common anymore).

Anything could have happened to stop the Conservative coalition to which you refer, which did not happen. Why it didn’t happen is irrelevant for now. We do not seek to give them any credit, and we do not swallow your argument and blame them without the corpse, motive, and smoking gun, OR a Word from God, which trumps them all.

I have at times been tempted to sin; I have planned to do inadvisable things but changed my mind. Had I stayed on course, it “would have” happened, but I didn’t. Neither did they do what they “would have,” for whatever reason. So in essence, just like your vain idol Nostradamus, who makes you blind, deaf, and dumb, you have nothing, mon ami.

However, again, our main point is that God alone knows what really happens in the hearts of men, and those to whom He reveals it. Even if it had happened, so what? God judges the motives. In this case, He did not like the motives at all, and neither did we, so yes, together we cursed them. It is not a matter of act but of motive, and you do not understand, because you wish to take a belligerent and stubborn stance against God and His will.

Am I to be condemned for intending something wrong, or should I be excused or given credit for the fact that I changed my mind about doing wrong? You don’t seem to know. Well, I do. For doing good or for refraining from doing evil, we ought to give credit or benefit of doubt wherever we can. Let’s deal with facts and not speculate or find fault because of possibilities, out of partisanship, pettiness, pride, and prejudice, as you do, and as you accuse us of doing.

We declare that God cursed this recent attempted coalition, which coalition “did happen,” and it was cursed. See the results for yourself. And as you stand against the Word and will of God, you are also cursed. Again, see for yourself – but can you, seeing the curse is on you, too? So much for getting away with idolatry unscathed. As God has said, “You shall not have strange gods before Me.”

You have not paid close and responsible attention to what we have said. Are you just plain prejudiced, or are you on meds, Jean? Nostradamus has been known to lead in those directions. He has certainly been a servant and promoter of darkness. Repent while there is time, if there still is any for you, which I seriously doubt.

We will post, as promised.

Victor

Jean’s reply:

I really don’t get your argument. Why would you doubt one second that in either of these cases Harper (after making his intentions clear to the Governor general) or the 2000 coalition (after agreeing on a draft resolution) would not have come to form an alternate government had the liberals been a minority government? I don’t get that. I think you are not only disingenuous, but utterly dishonest.

And where did you see me mention Nostradamus? I have not mentioned Nostradamus, you have. Not only you don’t know what you are talking about, not only do you make false accusations, but I believe you are using the name of the Lord not only in vain, but misusing It as well on top of everything else you misrepresent, which is much worse:

Come on, "Jesus speaking to you" about Harper’s being a saint who would not have formed a coalition had he had the chance despite the documents to the contrary!?!?! Is it that you are not taking your legit meds, or is it that you are taking some illegit stuff?

Curious minds want to know.

J.

Victor’s reply:

Again, Jean, neither Jesus nor we have called Harper a saint, or said what he would have done had he done it. You are really very stubborn and stupid now. Have we not had enough of this? If you don’t get it, thankfully others will, but it will not reflect well on you or the Green Party.

As for Nostradamus, while you are right in saying you have not brought him up in our correspondences, you have given considerable and ill-spent time to his ravings, according to what we find published in public:

"Jean Guernon is a writer and an ecologist. He has been a Green Party candidate in two previous federal elections, Official Agent for the Green party of Quebec during one provincial election, and has been part of the shadow cabinet of the Green Party of Canada.

He has written and published books from the collection Nostradamus (9th Centurie et 10th Centurie) and was co-author of the book « Nostradamus Analyse complète des prophéties » with the Éditions JCL & the Éditions France-Loisirs."

We are dealing with an illusionist. Our mission is not to address individual flies but the manure pile, and this will eliminate the flies. Your life and work in the dark and fantastic works of Nostradamus is part of the picture that needs addressing, so we do it, without meds, and obviously not without good cause.

Victor

Jean’s reply:

No illusion there, but talking to you about Nostradamus would be, like he and the bible say, like throwing pearls at swines. My work as an exegete is honourable, what do you do besides insulting people and making up stories about Jesus speaking to you about Harper?

Anyway, don’t worry, the coalition is virtually dead with the recanting of Harper on his diabolical plan to twart democracy, and with the prorogation, and with Ignatief being there. Nothing to do with you, it is just political machinations as usual and I don’t understand that you would mix up Jesus Christ with that or politics in general. Have you no shame?

You sound like a fanatic. I hope you get what you deserve.

J.

Victor’s reply:

Jean, I did not insult you, and it was not my intention or desire to do so. I only told you the truth, which is foreign to you because Jesus Christ is foreign to you. That is why you do not understand and therefore oppose yourself.

Let me ask you a question: In a simple sentence or two, what do you have to say to me personally about Nostradamus and the value of doing an exegesis on his work? Perhaps I owe you an apology in that matter and would be more than willing to give you one and to post it.

As for the coalition, who said I was worried? You are telling me something I already was given to tell you would happen before it even happened, but you don’t believe. You say the outcome with the coalition has nothing to do with me? How do you know? You don’t, and again, that is because you don’t believe.

Why speak to me about my wife or my close friend as though you knew them better than I do, though you have never met them? I am referring to Jesus Christ. You speak of Him, yet know nothing of His Person and Character, but I know Him intimately because He lives in me and I in Him. You can’t get any closer than that. But you have nothing to do with Him. Having His mind, it is perfectly easy for us to tell.

Is it not ironic that you may take my telling you that you have nothing to do with Him as an insult, yet you have no love or regard for Him personally whatsoever? One should think you would take it as a compliment.

I am a fanatic, Jean, for Jesus Christ; I am very thankful that I sound like one to you and many others, and indeed I am without shame, even as the Lord Jesus Christ would have it. I love Him with all my heart, soul, mind, and strength, by His grace, as commanded. He has delivered my soul from corruption, sin, darkness, bondage, fear, death, and hell. Why would or should I not be a fanatic? Unlike any other fanatic you have likely known, I have perfect and just cause to be a fanatic. Indeed, His nature in man is fanaticism to this world of darkness and depravity. Here is His command for all:

“You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind. This is the first and great commandment. And the second is like it; You shall love your neighbor as yourself” (Matthew 22:37-39 MKJV).

Now that is fanaticism, commanded and loved of God. Ashamed? How can I be?

“Therefore whoever shall be ashamed of Me and of My Words in this adulterous and sinful generation, the Son of Man shall also be ashamed of him when He comes in the glory of His Father with the holy angels” (Mark 8:38 MKJV).

Romans 1:14-19 MKJV
(14) I am debtor both to the Greeks and to the foreigners, both to the wise and to the unwise.
(15) So, as much as is in me lies, I am ready to preach the gospel to you who are at Rome also.
(16) For I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ, for it is the power of God unto salvation to everyone who believes, to the Jew first and also to the Greek.
(17) For in it the righteousness of God is revealed from faith to faith, as it is written, "The just shall live by faith."
(18) For the wrath of God is revealed from Heaven against all ungodliness and unrighteousness of men, who suppress the truth in unrighteousness,
(19) because the thing which may be known of God is clearly revealed within them, for God revealed it to them.

And now I do not curse you, but I bless you, Jean. You have amply cursed yourself, and you will know its fruits, I solemnly assure you. You are in great need of grace (unmerited favor), and I give it to you, as one who loves you, not by my will or power, but by Him.

Victor

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