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Did Iglesia ni Cristo throw away a WW2 Memorial?

June 16 2017 at 4:30 AM
John Snow  (Login TheOtherOzzy)

 
This seems odd, disturbing, and disrespectful. Guy saves a WW2 Memorial from the trash in England with names of men who sacrificed their lives. The article states they do not know who put it there but believed it came from the property of a newly renovated INC church.

The least INC could have done was donate it to a local historical society or something like that. To throw it in the trash was completely disrespectful. But does that surprise anyone? I doubt it. INC has become nothing more than rubbish themselves anyway.

http://www.leaderlive.co.uk/news/177195/world-war-two-memorial-is-rescued-from-skip-in-flintshire.aspx

Do you INC still really believe that your administration wants to help others? It's all a big fake cover for the administration. Keep the people busy so they do not have time to think about what is really happening.

Pray that God destroys this cult before it can hurt too many others.

 
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Hijo
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Compare Manalo's war record

June 16 2017, 6:46 AM 

as soon as the Japs arrived Felix Manalo basically cleared out and gave the church leadership to someone else,
as soon as the protestants (American GI's) saved the country from the Japs he was back in control of his church business


 
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Coffeemaker
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Gosh, replaced by a 1914 memorial

June 16 2017, 2:43 PM 


 
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