Janice Kortkamp: “An American Housewife In Syria.”

While I ponder how to approach writing about my experiences with forgiveness, this blog post came down the pike here, and I just have to share it. Please – PLEASE watch the video. It is an hour and twenty-five minutes long, approx. but worth every second. A breath of fresh air, non-fake news, coming from Syria via America, what I’d call the real America.

THE ONENESS of HUMANITY

By Jerry Alatalo

“There is no such thing as an independent press in America. I am paid for keeping my honest opinions out of the paper I am connected with. Any of you who would be so foolish as to write honest opinions would be out on the street looking for another job.”

JOHN SWINTON (1830-1901) Editor, New York Sun

or those on the spectrum ranging from an above average knowledge of the reality in Syria 2011-2017 to those with little or none, American housewife and independent journalist Ms. Janice Kortkamp has earned a great deal of respect and gratitude for energetically and courageously seeking and speaking the truth.

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“Thank you all for coming. Thank you so much to the Syrian American forum for hosting me, and sponsoring me here today. I love talking about Syria and, so, really, I’m honored to have this time with you. We’ve got…

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9 thoughts on “Janice Kortkamp: “An American Housewife In Syria.”

  1. gserpent

    Syria is the seed of Christianity. Ralph was in Syria up to 2011 in Palmyra and Edessa. He published his book Jesus King of Edessa in early 2012. Islam was created by the Vatican to do exactly what they have done in Syria. Start a war, destroy everything and leave no trace of the truth. I am sure banks and governments are just as deep in this, but I find it funny this country has been war torn since Ralph found the true history and origins of Christianity. The truth is coming and they will stop at nothing to keep it from happening. The world needs to get their head around this.

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    1. Sha'Tara Post author

      Janice touches on the present reality, not the deeper causes. The lower layer is, of course, the gas and oil resources and central location for empire building – most empires start and end there. But you have the sense to dig deeper yet, to turn over the really heavy and deeply buried rocks that hide history. In this comment you go beneath the obvious to bring out realities most would rather not know about, or if they have some inkling, to just forget it as ancient and no longer relevant history. They could not be more wrong. The “powers and authorities and spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realms” did not die; haven’t gone away, just morphed. They bide their time and hide behind changing veils or constructs but their evil remains only too apparent. Anyone should be able to reason that Christianity could never have achieved its place of world hegemony if it hadn’t been designed for this purpose. As a back-up, Islam was also launched. I wonder if soon we aren’t about to see the Papal seat moved back to “Constantinople” and see a triumvirate of religious power, Christian-Muslim-Jewish, rule from there? The “Powers” always rule in threes – as in the infamous Christian divine Trinity. Earth exists within the stranglehold of Religion-the State-Money. Each one of those is always trying to hold the highest position. What if a Power of Religion managed to create a semblance of equality between the three religions mentioned and got them to join hands, if even for a short time of supreme totalitarian power? I can “sense” some of the weird stuff written in the book of Revelation moving in the background, the template getting closer to activation… I’m just thinking out loud here, you got my mind spinning…

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      1. Rosaliene Bacchus

        Sha’Tara, this December I plan to feature a three-part commentary on Reza Aslan’s recent publication of GOD: A HUMAN HISTORY. His historical research and conclusions are noteworthy. The origins of the Judaic, Christian, and Islamic God are so intertwined that our continued struggles for the supreme religion could only have its roots in the natural realm.

  2. colettebytes

    I watched this right through Sha’Tara.

    There are many lies in the world and often they are from the people we thought we could most trust.

    When the Syrian war started, I never believed Assad was evil…he doesn’t have the face of evil. I suspected that the various terrorist groups were all in the ‘pay’ of someone who is manoeuvering great powers. I still do.
    North Korea and Iran will befall the same fate.
    I am ashamed of Britain for pandering to the US and other world leaders in invading countries on false pretexts. Terrorism doesn’t come from far away places, it is home grown for divisive reasons.

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    1. Sha'Tara Post author

      Quote: ” Terrorism doesn’t come from far away places, it is home grown for divisive reasons.” Yes, sadly that is the truth we have to reckon with. We’re NOT the good guys in this story. We’re the crew on the pirate ship.

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    1. Sha'Tara Post author

      You’re welcome, George. I would have preferred a written report myself but people seem to like video more. Too bad.

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