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reply to post by buster2010
She choose the Holy Ghost who was speaking through her.
I think He chose her. She's walking up to the podium very convicted by the Holy Spirit. Everyone will deem this as mental illness, or pin her as some religious right wing nut job, but I do believe that these people in DC not dealing in the interests of humanity and the people, will have to answer for what they do. And you know what's funny about this is, I'm so far from being ultra religious. Haven't gone to church in ages, and I'm not a conservative.edit on 17-10-2013 by Taissa because: misspelling
I am with you on this one.
So people think it is funny to make fun of this women and her religious convictions.
Who knows what she has witnessed there.
And people think these law makers, this den of liars and thieves, this nest of vipers, are
I think I heard her say god will not be mocked.
For the past two and half months, I have felt quite a shift in things. Evil is showing itself in many forms. I really started to take notice the day I watched Kerry insist on attacking Syria. The latest shooting of the woman in front of her child in D.C., and before all of this, the shootings, Boston, Sandy Hook, Aurora, etc. My fiance has told me that even people at his work talk about feeling a sense of pressure, of something about to just snap. It's not just me, or him, the feeling is everywhere.
As I said, I'm not ultra religious, but I am a believer. I feel like the wheat is about to be separated from the chaff, as my grandparents used to say. I think we are heading for some seriously challenging times.
It's an illusion created by the media propaganda I'm afraid.
The universe still is the same way as it was a long time ago for the most part.
They are just purposely putting mad psychological pressure on the Public to push them into revolt so we can kick start the end of this paradigm (which obviously sounds like a really bad idea because violence is a terrible strategy in this "game").
So basically once the public takes the bait, it will justify the "end of current ideology of nationalism", and help usher in a much more globalized government through something akin to the UN. Which considering how docile we are, we may not seek revolt for a long time if ever. Hard to tell.
There is no such thing as nations or cultures anyway, except for in our minds and through our physical creations.
So it's pure psychological warfare, it's all about ideas vs ideas.
Ideas are weapons and are constantly used against the population in ways they haven't even suspected yet.
Dianne Reidy says Holy Spirit moved her to address Hse last night despite her "reluctance and doubt"
reply to post by Stormdancer777
I'm inclined to agree with you.
Serious question to all:
Who among us would not do as this woman has done; granted that we were awakened the night before by a visitation from an entity of our faith or belief system, giving us a message to deliver at a pivotal point in history, with a one-in-a-million opportunity to broadcast that message to millions of people?
Jesus was the son of God he was not God.
From what I am seeing on TV, the actions by this woman were very out of character for her.
I'm glad she is having a mental/physical health evaluation done.
Mental illness can strike anyone. Lots of people get hit with it. It's not their fault.
I feel bad for her. I hope it all works out for her ...
I highly doubt she needs a evaluation.
So now i get the drift if you believe in Jesus that makes you automatically insane?
and if you have the strength of your convictions to speak out about our tyrannical government.
LiesAreSickening • 14 minutes ago I am a close relative to Dianne Reidy and I assure you all, she does not have, nor has ever had, a mental disorder of any sort. She is the most loving person I have ever known and has been there for me since birth. I am not the religious type like she is, but the statements she made seemed more logical to me than any of those made by the government officials. I was so surprised when I found out, being that this was very out of character for her and she must have been feeling the frustrations of herself and the others around her to an overwhelming point. I applaud her for her courage in voicing the thoughts of thousands, I am sure. The fact that some of the people present are attempting to make her out to be mentally incompetent is ridiculous and only makes her statements seem all the more valid. Of course they would attempt to discredit her statements by making her seem unstable... that is a perfect example of the way our government handles and ensures their control over the masses of America. Dianne Reidy is a caring person, completely sane as well as highly intelligent and educated, and she does not deserve to experience slander of any type. I may not be able to call myself a devout christian, but I do know when someone is simply "off" in their logic with applying religious concepts to societal concepts-- Dianne Reidy is not one of these individuals.