Walmart Caught Selling Satanism; Amazon Caught Selling Pedophilia
Only a few short weeks ago Amazon began eliminating from its online bookstore listings for books considered to be “politically incorrect.”
This included books questioning the extent of the so-called holocaust…books exploring white nationalism and white American culture…books explaining the necessity of resistance to the status quo…plus videos and books exposing the side effects of vaccines…and even books on the perils of unrestrained immigration by conservative journalists like Britain’s Tommy Robinson.
In other words, if the books didn’t fit with the current “politically correct” narrative, they were banned from sales by Amazon, the world’s largest book seller.
Selling Child Sex Dolls to Pedophiles
At the same time, however, Amazon has apparently been openly allowing the sale of child sex dolls for pedophiles, two of which are shown in the (warning) very graphic screen shot images below:
Of course, virtually the minute Amazon was caught in the act of selling these dolls to degenerates, and the news of it hit the internet, they yanked the ads from their site. The only reason we know about it is because of the expose’ from PJMedia.com, an online journalism organization which caught them in the act.
Walmart Selling Satanism
Meanwhile, according to a news article in the National Catholic Register, Walmart has been caught selling Satanic-oriented products, with 22 online pages consisting of 440 different products directly related to Satanism, such as this one:
According to the news article:
“The products include demonic sculptures and figures; satanic pornography that blasphemes Christ’s crucifixion; numerous products and jewelry with pentagrams and other demonic images, and books that include the Satanic bible and books on spells. Especially featured is Baphomet, the horned, goat-headed figure trademarked as the Church of Satan symbol.”
Walmart has also recently come under fire from the American Family Council for its series of ads titled “Love Is in the Aisle.”
In these ads, the chain store is cast as a place where you can find true love among the shopping aisles, including homosexual love. Indeed, one of these ads features a pro-homosexual, same-sex couple — replete with heavy “gay” affectations — having a “blind date” in the aisles.
All I can say is this: When you shop at Walmart, folks, consider leaving your children at home.
A Satanic World
I watched a TV show last night in which one of the characters stated, “When someone shows you their true self, believe it.”
In other words, most people — and companies, for that matter — live behind a facade in which they portray themselves as being “normal” or even beneficial to others. Full of goodwill toward man.
But there are times when the facade is dropped, and the true inner character of the person — or company — is revealed.
And when you see that revelation with your own eyes, it’s high time to believe it and cast aside any beliefs to the contrary you might have had.
I’ve written about this before.
- For example, in 2012 our own government revealed its occult leanings when it featured the all-seeing eye of Horus during a 9-11 Memorial Service.
- In 2016 the governments of the European Union revealed their own occult leanings with a massive occult ritual that was enacted in front of elite European leaders when Europe’s largest train tunnel was opened.
- Likewise, in 2018, the U.S. government revealed even more occult leanings when it featured an unveiling ceremony for a replica of the Arch of Baal in Washington, D.C., during the time of Christ’s birthday over the Biblical Feast of Tabernacles.
Now, we’re seeing not just governments, but some of the largest and most well-known companies in the world revealing their true selves through their actions.
Amazon’s stated public vision is this: “Our vision is to be earth’s most customer-centric company; to build a place where people can come to find and discover anything they might want to buy online.”
Apparently, that includes sex dolls for pedophiles. Well, don’t say they didn’t warn you. After all, their vision does state they want to be the place “where people can come and discover anything they might want to buy online.” Maybe next they’ll be selling heroin.
Walmart’s advertising slogan is a bit less…well…visionary. They simply state, “Save Money, Live Better.” Apparently, they want Satanists to save money and live better as well.
I’m not telling anyone what to believe. Or even whether or not to shop at these venues. That’s up to you. No guilt trips from me.
I’m just saying I believe what I see with my own eyes. I rarely believe what people — or companies…or governments, for that matter — tell me. It’s what they show that matters.
As my old Irish mom has always said, “Don’t believe what they tell you. Believe what they do.”
I believe we now live in a very Satanic and degenerate world. Only a few short decades ago, the corporate offices of either of these companies would have been stormed by angry Christians demanding the companies put a screeching halt to these practices…or else.
Regards in Christ,
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