Addressing Spam and Comments at NCCR


Prevent WP Spam

John R. Houk

© August 6, 2012

 

I just checked my spam folder for NCCR. Below are blogs and websites that either left comments or legitimate ping backs but went to the old spam folder. I have approved the comments and ping backs and I offer my apologies for rectifying this in an untimely manner.

 

I even approved a comment that was pro-Obama and Anti-Sheriff Arpaio. That comment (which is posted cowardly twice under different names yet the exact same info) ends with a link that contradicts the Cold Case Posse findings. I’ll let you decide if it is pro-Obama propaganda or not. Go to “Let Congress Examine Cold Case Findings” to get the pro-Obama link.

 

Then there is this obvious Pakistani Muslim dude that has sought out all the posts supporting persecuted Christian – Hector Aleem and has made profane remarks about Hector’s daughter who does most of the work in raising money for funding the legal aid to have her father released from jail. The last comment was over the top in profanity and character assassination.

 

You might wonder the reason why I have left such crude comments on my blog. Normally I would delete such crudeness; however I believe it is important for people to know just how ugly and hypocritical Muslims can be when they feel insulted. If a Christian responds in the same manner as this Pakistani Muslim (which by the way also in a cowardly manner uses different names but is obviously from the same person), that person needs to check his/her Christian faith. Christians are specifically told not to insult those who belittle our faith.

 

Here is the list of blogs and websites that I approved out of my spam folder:

 

§  Swiss Defence League

 

§  John Malcolm: “Persistence and determination alone are omnipotent.”

 

§  The Busy Post

 

§  LasArtes (Looks like spam and yet comment does seem legit)

 

§  The Roman Gate

 

JRH 8/6/12

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Author: oneway2day

I am a Neoconservative Christian Right blogger. I also spend a significant amount of time of exposing theopolitical Islam.

2 thoughts on “Addressing Spam and Comments at NCCR”

  1. I am glad you left the ugly remarks about the Aleems, NOT because I like reading them but it is good to be aware of these things. It is really unfortunate that people try to spread ugly lies about other people (such is the battle between evil/sin and light/truth). I pray that the Holy Spirit will work on all believers hearts, to stand up and really make a difference in this world; for discernment for what is truth and what are lies (if believers truly start doing their part, the world would know us by our love, would it not? I feel too many Christians in the comfortable West, do not always do what they are called to do). I am a supporter of the Aleems. I support them in prayer, etc. all believers are called to be supportive of one another, in one way or another.

    Blessings, Sue

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