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Tuesday, August 23, 2022

Joseph & Jesus: From Abandoned and Homeless to Rule & Reign!

Joseph lived before Christ and even Moses. Jacob was his father. Joseph foreshadowed the coming Messiah more than a thousand years before Him.

 

Joseph and Jesus, Both

1. Rejected

2. Homeless

3. Enslaved

4. Beaten

5. Resurrected

6. Reign and Rule

7. Feeds the Masses

8. Savior of Jews and Gentiles

 


 

Sunday, July 24, 2022

America's Sure-Fire Way To Permanent Homelessness


New assault rifle now being sold to U.S. civilians is twice as powerful as the AR-15 and shoots through bulletproof vests . . .

SIG Sauer GmbH, a firearms company from Germany and based in Newington, New Hampshire in the United States now markets and sells an assault rifle that can shoot through bulletproof vests.

The SIG Sauer's MCX-SPEAR can fire bullets with twice the speed and energy of an AR-15; the semiautomatic weapon used in a string of recent mass shootings. The gun is commercially available in the United States.

The SIG Sauer's MCX-SPEAR is the mass shooting equivalent of the US Army's NGSW-R (Next Generation Squad Weapon-Rifle), specifically created to tear through body armor. It will shoot through almost all of the bulletproof vests worn by law enforcement in the county right now.

The gun also has a longer range than the AR-15 and equipped with a noise suppressor that make mass shooters harder to locate.

"The MCX-SPEAR was specifically developed to provide shooters with more power, distance, and accuracy to replace the current M4 rifle platform," said the SIG Sauer Firearms Company website.

The AR-15s are lighter, convenient and more maneuverable for shooters than MCX-SPEARs. However, the bullets from the latter can hit much harder over greater distances. The gun can help mass shooters become "a long-range sniper with an AR-15-style gun."

SIG Sauer is also the company responsible for making the semi-automatic AR-15-style rifle that was used in the Orlando nightclub shooting in 2016 that left 49 people dead.

SIG Sauer said that the MCX-SPEAR is now available at "select dealers." In the company’s press release, Ron Cohen, President & CEO, SIG SAUER, Inc, said it was "a rare opportunity for passionate consumers [shooters] to own a piece of history."

One SIG Sauer dealer said that the arms manufacturer sent out 2,500 and then another 5,000 of the weapons and they sold out quickly, despite the manufacturer's suggested price tag of $7,999.

A customer service representative for SIG Sauer told the dealers that more weapons would soon be shipped to gun stores at a lower price than these "first editions" models. "I know it's coming," the representative told the dealers. "We're trying to get these things out as fast as we can. Get as many guns as we can out the door."

High-powered AR-15-style weapons used in recent mass shootings, including Buffalo, Uvalde, and Highland Park that left 38 dead, were all legally purchased in the US.

The Highland gunman fired off more than 70 rounds from the rooftop onto the crowds of innocent parade-goers below during the rampage in the Chicago suburb.

House Democrats and Republicans have done nothing to this very day to ban semiautomatic weapons in response to a spate of mass shootings using such weapons that have devastated 1,000s of lives that began in the 1980s and 1990s and continue to this very day.

Original Report by Business Insider and Daily Beast
July 24, 2022