1.30.3 Political Psych

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1.30.4 Fascism And Islamic Fascism

   Letter to a Friend
   Hewey's Response Fascism Nazi Holocaust Denial By Priest and Iran President Nazi Holocaust Eye Witness With Photos and videos Human Experimentation and Extermination Hitler Mein Kampf Hitler's Soviet Muslim Legions - Article Hitler's SS Handschar division in Yugoslavia's Holocaust - Muslim Legions Horror Story To Generate Jew Hate! A Jew Hating American With Twisted Lies Muslims Teach Jews Drink Children's Blood - video CNN - Islamic Fascination With Nazism


It is Saturday Morning April 4, 2009. Here in Russia the Overseer of our home churches (a subordinate to the "California Workers") says I can not speak in Meeting (even in my own home!) because I was married before. With 2x2 missionaries present I talk after meeting,  

After meeting my wife had gone to prepare dinner.  I was talking to the 2x2 Sister Workers (missionaries) about interviewing Frank Odle. I believe that interviewing Frank was a Spiritual Healing for his experience in caring for those they liberated in Buchenwalt. I believe hearing Frank was like a testimony that invited the Spirit of Truth to hear and heal his experience of suffering (suffering in a world that only wants to hear smooth things - Isaiah 30:10).

Two things have encouraged and helped me to heal:
1) A letter to Hewey my ex-student, friend and fellow servant of Christ Jesus. Hewey and his wife are in the process of adopting and have had painful setbacks.
2) The writing of Koenraad Elst on confronting Denial and Negationism http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Negationism_in_India_-_Concealing_the_Record_of_Islam
from other sources I was surprised to learn the Roma (Gypsies) were from India escaping Islam nearly 1000 years ago!

PS: It is Sunday evening a week later. We had a nice meeting with one of the sisters expressing pain for loss in our family in Jesus. As usual Olga had a nice dinner prepared. They stayed and we had pleasant conversation.

I just hope that sharing these experience is helpful, validating and encouraging to some as we seek to serve God with our brief gift of life in Him.

Date: Thu, 2 Apr 2009
From: "Donald Johnson"
Subject: Hi from Don
To: "Hewey"

Dear Hewey,

The Pope had just reinstated a Roman Catholic Bishop that denied the Nazi Holocaust. Frank's personal experience and photos were a direct eyewitness testimony refuting the Holocaust denial.

Last Sunday, after Meeting, me and my conversation were rejected by the 2x2 servants at the table and they left. The lack of respect for me and what was on my soul came to a head after Wednesday Night Meeting. The study was John 13. A sister worker that was in Finland a couple years and just returned this year and has had some negative slant (probably implying the third party criticism and/or sarcasm maybe of the overseer that rejects my part in Meeting in his Field - Russia and the Baltic).

I was told that to talk about suffering after meeting harmed the Spirit of the Meeting. I rejected the lack of respect for me and my conversation. To me the willingness to suffer with and for others and help in healing is all what Christ is about. It reminds me of a similar situation in the late 1980's. In the late 1980's I was concerned and praying for South Africa (confronting Apartite) and the Soviet Union (breaking up). I was praying that the potential for bloody rebellion and suppression would not break out as they did for my friend Tibor Cesley in the 1956 Hungarian Revolution. In the late 1980's I was counseled about focusing on negative things by a visiting worker (apparently my elder had expressed concern)!

This time I  felt so hurt by the Sister Workers action that I found it necessary to confront them for the lack of respect for me and the concerns the Spirit of Truth gives me. While expressing my hurt by their actions I assured them of my love and respect for the service they give to Jesus and the place that they have.

The good news here is that I started my English teaching classes in the Children's Library today. Again, I teach by reading from the parallel English/Russian bible. You may view me in a library video on youtube at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8JRqtN414ow 
I've been meaning to write you with thoughts about the love you have prepared for a child or children. Please keep me in communications as a friend that cares.
I believe it is safe to say that in love a parent always wants a high potential possible outcome. In my experience that means there will often be a painful gap between what could have been and what is.
It has been my experience that:
1) to have a friend that I can talk with openly and honestly without them confusing the discussion with their hang-ups is a wonderful gift.
2) that all people to one degree or another have areas where they can not hear without projecting their hang-ups into the discussion and color what is being said.
3) I have been blessed with a set of friends that I knew what issues I could talk about. Unfortunately I have lost many of my good people by death and by location. Now Sasha my only close English speaking friend here in Russia has moved to a different city.
There are two topics I would like to share with you as background:
1) BBC The Interview -
Label Listen (26mins 30secs)
Date of first transmission: 2008-11-28
Mithal Al Alusi talks to Owen Bennett-Jones on The Interview
go to http://reader.feedshow.com/show_items-feed=900ca2b4c0f3ba6fd5f768977be0fcb7 find Alusi. As an Iraqi member of parliament his two sons were murdered because he visited Israel.

2) Pope Benedict XVI to lift excommunication -

Minister criticises Pope for pardoning Holocaust denial bishop lifting the excommunication of Richard Williamson http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k6C9BuXe2RM

Hewey, do you remember the big flap over the Pope reinstating a Bishop that denied the Holocaust? I saw a CBS interview on youtube where the Bishop expressed his denial. (I think you can find it on Youtube at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=11B6qDv8Fns). The Bishop has since been deported back to England from Argentina.

I may have told you before and don't remember that one of my step-father's elderly friends went into Buchenwald Concentration Camp (Germany)  on the day of liberation. He was an administrative first sergeant in an Army unit of  8 member surgical teams. He showed me personal photos and told me his story.

I decided to interview him as I understand that type of debriefing is healing to the spirit (outlook). The interview is in 10 short parts that may be found on youtube searching " 1945 Buchenwald Witness (Part 1 of 10)".
Denial is interesting and I don't understand how to deal with it. I can talk about the threat of Islam and lose communications with many friends and relatives. The same is true of the cause of autism and the same is true to talk about the millions murdered by the Russian government.
Oh, by the way view Alan Keyes: "Stop Obama or U.S. will cease to exist" at  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lqkMfToY9Pk and let me know what you think.
Hewey to me the Spirit of Truth is a healing Spirit that is apposed to denial. Again according to Bettelheim's research, the survivors of the holocaust that were most successful at living and loving were those who talked about it till they were bored!
Miss talking with you, Don.


Date: Thu, 2 Apr 2009 21:14:59 -0400
Subject: Re: Hi from Don
From: "Hewey"
To: "Donald Johnson"
Your insights are wonderful here.  Everyone does have hangups, so probably everyone has some subject(s) they can not listen to another talk about without projecting their own life and pain into.  Having friends you can talk to is a great blessing.
I am at work and You-tube is blocked from the Givaudan network so I will have to listen to the postings you reference later.
Monday April 6 Lisa and I drive to New Port Richie, Florida to attend staffing meetings on two different sets of siblings.  One set is a group of  6, 9, and 11 year old boys.  The other is a 6 year old boy, a 9 year old girl and a 15 year old girl.  This will be our first opportunity to see their case files and learn some of the details and problems we will have with them.  Both sets scare me.  I am more scared of trying to raise a boy than a girl. Always my own lack of training in life skills makes me feel inadequate.  But if I look at the inadequacies around me, well perhaps I can do as well or better than most.
Talk to you later.
Your Brother In Christ,

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