Saturday, January 5, 2013


As a follow up to my last post, I want to post a video I just watched called, "Kimjongilia: North Korea Prison Camps."

It is a very well-made video about several people who escaped (and lived) to tell their stories of life (and death) in North Korea, particularly in prison camps. Not graphic or gratuitous, it is a family-friendly presentation of something that only exists in our free world worst nightmares.

North Korea, tragically, bears the legacy of Joseph Stalin, the monster who ruled over the deaths of 60 million Russians of all stripes and sizes. My statistics may be off, but not by much.

Pick your tyrant. YouTube is full of videos about their vicious, brutal, and diabolical reigns of terror. Can we not do anything to stop them?

Tuesday, January 1, 2013


In lieu of posting this on Facebook, I am posting this video about the 1989 Tiananmen Square Massacre by the Communist Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) of tens of thousands of college students, professors, and a myriad other occupations represented during the movement.

It is graphic, and should be viewed after consideration that these images were not allowed to be shown to the Chinese people, purportedly. They obviously survived that ban, and are shown here in all their gruesomeness and detail.

Think long and hard about supporting communism in any form. A lengthy viewing of video documentaries on Stalin and Mao Tse Tung has taught me, or reminded me, that Satan is alive and well in this world. Witness his handiwork.

In spite of that, Jesus is Lord. His Word (the Bible) explains everything.


Remember this? My old header background image for this blog.

Oh, that was obvious! I digress.

Happy New Year!

Like my new look for WW? Hope so. It's staying for now.

Same "great" blog (IMHO). Same idiosyncratic ads in the sidebar. Same robo-comments for me to moderate into the circular cyber-file. I only keep human ones...

I will try to use more images in my posts in the coming year (2013). That should attract more right-sides-of-the-brains out there in the blogosphere. It certainly would help attract mine!

So now is the time for me to select an image from my desktop dinosaur-- I mean, PC. There. Done. I like it... for now.