Who is Rema Marketing (Global Watch Weekly)?

Deborah (Discerning the World)

Discerning the World is an internet Discernment ministry based in Johannesburg South Africa that was founded by Deborah du Rand in 2008. Tom Lessing joined Deborah in May 2013. Tom Lessing founded the website “Waak en Bid/Watch and Pray” which was closed in 2013 and articles moved across to DTW.

35 Responses

  1. Hazel says:

    Most of Rema Marketing’s reports are free. However, why would any reasonable person expect Rema to keep producing quality research without being financed? Of course, they need to charge for some of their reports. How else would they pay wages and operating costs.

    Having received a number of their reports myself, I can confirm that they are worthwhile.

    When I see criticism of such a genuine Christian organisation, I often wonder if the NWO is behind it. The person who made that comment is either unreasonable or being paid to trash Rema.

  2. Deborah (Discerning the World) says:

    Hazel

    >> Most of Rema Marketing’s reports are free

    Most you have to pay for.

    >> Having received a number of their reports myself, I can confirm that they are worthwhile.

    I ask the question again, why must they charge? For fancy artwork and research? Really? Not everyone like yourself can afford these articles.

    So only those with money get to know the truth as to what on what is going on out there… is that what you are saying?

    How did the disciples spread the gospel? Did they charge? Did they have fancy artwork and researches being paid? No they did not.

    What do you think Jesus would have to say about all this? Do you think he is happy with them? No because all they do is bring bad news with no good news (gospel) attached. How is Rema Marketing spreading the gospel might I ask you? Where is their gospel message? No where.

    They are a marketing company that is all in fact they call themselves a ‘truth movement organisation’.

    Rema Marketing exposes what is going on in this world, things that have no real impact on the salvation of a person because they do not preach one iota about the gospel. An unsaved person will read their bad news and still remain an atheist. Rema Marketing is just like David Ike and Alex Jones – empty vessels. As far as enriching people’s spirituals lives they do nothing. And if you want to know more you have to pay for it. The only people getting rich is Rema Marketing

    DTW on the other hand exposes false teaching within the church and shows people the truth by preaching the gospel of Jesus Christ and deliveres a genuine message of salvation. We do not charge or make one cent from this website. God looks after us that we are able to run this website for free, provide all info for free, our artwork, research and answering all comments for free.

  3. Deborah (Discerning the World) says:

    I meant to add that all running costs of this website we pay for out of our own pockets. We don’t charge of even have advertising of any kind because God looks after us financially.

  4. Geo says:

    LOVE YOUR TRUTH. CHANGED MY EMAIL YOUST TO G.ADDIS.RAPTURE@gmail now King of Kings.Addis@gmail.com GOD’S LOVE&WISDOM

  5. KC says:

    Please don’t be too harsh on Rema Markting folks. I have been reading tons and tons of their well researched papers, certainly much better than I could have done so, and I have been blessed. Buyers beware and believe me, the buyers are educated people who do not mind to pay a token sum to bless them. Please don’t take fence with this comment of mine.

  6. Deborah (Discerning the World) says:

    KC

    It’s not about blessing them, it’s about this: Only those who have money can learn about what is going on out there in the world, the poor are not allowed to know. This is not Christian. Secondly lately Rema Marketing has given some advice to their readers that goes against scripture, I will be putting it up shortly so you can see.

  7. Anthony says:

    So persumably you trash every single christian bookshop worldwide because they charge for selling bible, sunday school material christian educational material etc.

    People like you make me sick…Your so full of theory that sounds good. Dont charge it should be free. Either you live in a part of the world where you dont operate currency or your just plain ignorant.

    If somebody is charging me for information that I dont have time to research myself. I will pay for it and hope my money blesses them. Its not for you to dictate to me what i shouldnt or should pay. Its my personal choice. I also checked this company and they do lots of free reports as well.

    Give me a break and get of the high horse as those no point saying your a discernment ministry if you dont have the ability to take a balanced approach

  8. Anthony,

    Apparently you just love it when Christians lie to you. When unbelievers lie, its OK but when Christians lie? – well that’s something special, so special that when other Christians warn you about their lies, they must get off their high horses. So nice of you to say so. Thanks!

    Rema Marketing (Global Watch Weekly) has been sending me emails about their research for a couple of years now. In the beginning they never charged for their information, it was free. Then things started to change. When you clicked on a report all of a sudden you were transferred to a page that said the following in BIG RED Lettering:

    “The Evidence Provided Below on [this article] is Under a threat of Being Taken Offline. You Must Act Now to Receive it…Fast”

    “WARNING: This Report is under threat of being taken offline due to its content. It is important that you read below to know how to access the rest of the information before the Report is taken offline.”

    “WARNING: This Report is under threat of being taken offline due to its content. It is important that you order below Now, to access the report before we are forced to take it offline.”

    Anthony, I’m sure you know where lies come from? You don’t? Well let me tell you.

    Ye are of your father the devil, and the lusts of your father ye will do. He was a murderer from the beginning, and abode not in the truth, because there is no truth in him. When he speaketh a lie, he speaketh of his own: for he is a liar, and the father of it. (John 8:44).

    Defending Christians who tell lies is bad enough. Paying to defend their lies (inspired and motivated by Satan) is even worse. Their soliciting for funds/money is illegal because they are selling their product under false pretenses. If you want to aid and abet them in their ill begotten money, then go ahead by all means. You really don’t need to get off your high horse. Ride em, cowboy. Perchance your eyes will be opened sometime in the near future as you ride into the sunset, like all the goody-goody and honest cowboys usually do.

    Do not lie to one another, seeing that you have put off the old self with its practices (Colossians 3:9)

    You seem to want them to put ON the old self with its foul practices and even to award them by paying them for their putting ON of the old self. Nice work, Anthony!

  9. Anthony says:

    I am asking you do you believe that every single Christian bookshop worldwide is wrong because they sell books and don’t open their doors and say everyone come on we offer everything free or you think every single Christian author is wrong because they sell their books through a publisher

    I need people to see the complete nonsense of you believing it has to be free

    Finally the reason you are on a high horse is because you believe every one is like you. This is a spirit of pride. You believe that everyone should be like you. I didn’t know much about prophecy until I cam across a few websites and I happily pay for reports because I simply don’t have time to go trawling through internet . That’s my choice and I have been blessed by what I bought

    How dare you try to take away that blessing just because u might know about all these issues and feel the reports are not of value to you. Not everyone is like you

    But I need you to address my question in Christian publishers and Christian shops because your argument is that they are all winning by charging for info. It’s nonsense,

  10. Deborah (Discerning the World) says:

    Anthony

    Are you happy with lies?

    Let’s look at what Rema say again:

    “The Evidence Provided Below on [this article] is Under a threat of Being Taken Offline. You Must Act Now to Receive it…Fast”

    “WARNING: This Report is under threat of being taken offline due to its content. It is important that you read below to know how to access the rest of the information before the Report is taken offline.”

    “WARNING: This Report is under threat of being taken offline due to its content. It is important that you order below Now, to access the report before we are forced to take it offline.”

    An email from Rema lying that they were being shut down:
    ——————————————————————-

    Subject: Notice: Rema Marketing is Forced to Close Down [Emphasis added]

    Hello ************

    A belated happy thanksgiving to our members in the US.

    Did the title to this email make any difference to how you felt

    The crux of the matter is that they LIE, and if they can LIE like that one needs to ask? Who are these people? People have contacted me about Rema and I know that people have sent them emails asking them if they are really Christian and what they believe. Rema Marketing does not answer the people directly and points them to their website where they state they are non-denominational. They say “So to make it easy, we are non denominational. That means we have a team composed of writers, researchers and support from across the wide spectrum of the Christian faith.” [Emphasis added] That means, there some people there are are Calvinists, some are Lutherans, some are Baptists, some are a Methodists, etc. It’s actually a melting pot of unity.

    >> But I need you to address my question in Christian publishers and Christian shops because your argument is that they are all winning by charging for info. It’s nonsense,

    Tell me do you think it’s wonderful that authors charge a fortune to sell their books at bookshops – are they not making money off of the Word of God? When Jesus turned over the tables of the money makers in the church (Matthew 21:12 “And Jesus went into the temple of God, and cast out all them that sold and bought in the temple, and overthrew the tables of the moneychangers, and the seats of them that sold doves,”)

    Are you going to say to Him, “That’s unfair Jesus, these people are just trying to make a living!! How dare you!”

    I stated in the article above that if an author sells his books and charges for the printing of the book and paper then that I don’t think God will frown down on them however if the publisher charges a fortune they will be held accountable by God. There are many authors who do manage to get it right and charge very little for their books making sure that it is readily available to all people, not just the rich who can download report after report at the value of “one grocery basket” per report. But that is not the issue, the issue is Rema Marketing’s lies to sell their product.

    >> How dare you try to take away that blessing just because u might know about all these issues and feel the reports are not of value to you. Not everyone is like you

    Look if you want to fall for the above soliciting lies, be my guest. “Bless” them until the cows come home.

    >> Finally the reason you are on a high horse is because you believe every one is like you.

    We are born again Christians we are Jesus’ sheep, who are you? John 10:27 27 My sheep listen to my voice, and I know them, and they follow me.

    If you are not like us then who do you believe in?

  11. Anthony,

    You still don’t see what this is about? Are you blind? The issue here is not about buying and selling books, documents, well-researched material and the likes. The issue here is about lying to solicit funds. That’s the issue. Indeed, the issue is that they originally presented their material free of charge and then all of a sudden used a lie to solicit money. Christian bookstores who use this kind of sales gimmick will be guilty of the very same indiscretion, and that is to solicit funds by means of a lie. That’s just plain illegal.

    But I need you to address the verses from the Bible I quoted to you. And please try to understand the next time you read my comments or shall I rather address your high horse and not you?

  12. Deborah (Discerning the World) says:

    REMA MARKETING EMAIL and VERY BAD ADVICE TO PARENTS
    =============================

    From: ******** On Behalf Of Rema Marketing
    Sent: 04 February 2015 04:16 PM
    To: *******
    Subject: See This Great Question From One of Our Members

    Dear ***********

    Hope all is well.

    As you may be aware our focus this week is on Premium Disclosures at

    http://www.premiumdisclosures.com

    And an interesting question was sent to us by one of our members. The question was

    “Should parents steer their kids away from pursuing careers in the entertainment industry due to the corruption, lack of moral standards and the fact that the industry is deeply influenced by the occult”

    I spoke to our team and the conclusion we all came to is that where evil abounds it is always good for a sprinkle of salt to also be present. By salt I mean people of faith (and when I say faith I mean witnesses of Christ). Now this doesn’t mean literally to go and join a witches coven just so that there is a witness present; what we mean is that in secular areas of life such as politics, economics, art and entertainment it is good that Christians are present so that there is some witness available.

    When I was growing up the church I went to forbade young women from going into nursing because it was felt that by having to go away to study they would lose their faith. This type of outdated thinking has no relevance in our society today.

    The bible says we are in this world but not of this world meaning that our separation from the world is not about physical separation but about spiritual separation. Too many times we produce so many rules that we don’t realize we are turning our Christianity into a form of legalism.

    For our Christianity to be effective it can’t be stuck inside the 4 walls of a church. We need to go out and so yes if a teenager is looking to pursue a career we need to pray them up and help them to be empowered to know that they can make a difference in the industry they are going into.

    Another example is back in the 80s our church taught that young men couldn’t go onto to play professional soccer because it would mean them being away at weekends and so they wouldn’t be able to go to church. Yet I have witnessed soccer matches televized to audiences of millions across the world where when a person scores he takes off his football shirt and underneath it says John 3:16 on his underneath shirt.

    Imagine millions watching the soccer match in places like Iraq, Iran, Pakistan who see John 3:16 and start doing research on what this means because the country they in restricts religious freedom. Isn’t that soccer player an effective witness.

    So for all you parents asking the original question. Yes we believe you shouldn’t hold back but send them prayed up and trusting that they will be ambassadors for the kingdom in whatever industry they go into. [ Emphasis added]

    We also believe wisdom, discretion and listening to the Holy Spirit is important here. For instance we would recommend advising someone who has previously abused children but then becomes a Christian to look to work in a role with lots of exposure to children. I trust you understand what I mean by using wisdom.

    Ok, before I nearly forget, for those of you who haven’t yet got your Premium Disclosures package, you can go here now to get one of the most dynamite packages we have produced covering strange and relevant topics such as black eyed children, the spiritual influence behind ISIS in Iraq, the growing dangers of Xbox and Play station games and the occult influences in the fashion world.

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    All the best

    Nancy

    =============================

    >> I spoke to our team and the conclusion we all came to is that where evil abounds it is always good for a sprinkle of salt to also be present.

    Nance spoke to her team and they came to a conclusion, instead of going to the bible and responding to their vast audeince on what the bible would have to say about the situation.

    —————————–
    Thomas said: A guy asked whether it was OK for him to remain employed with a well-known South African brewery or whether he should resign on account of his faith. God Himself gave him the answer from Habakkuk.

    Woe unto him that giveth his neighbour drink, that puttest thy bottle to him, and makest him drunken also, that thou mayest look on their nakedness! Thou art filled with shame for glory: drink thou also, and let thy foreskin be uncovered: the cup of the LORD’S right hand shall be turned unto thee, and shameful spewing shall be on thy glory. (Hab 2:15-16).

    Having been a serious Christian who wanted to follow the Lord, he resigned. I suppose he could have remained with them to be an effective witness but I doubt whether they would have tolerated him if he quoted Habakkuk to them. The prophet is not a very good advert for South African Breweries. Nonetheless, there are Christians who are prepared to compromise their “faith” (if we can call it that), like for instance in the Protea Cricket team who are quite willing to display the Castle Lager logo on their shirts.

    Regarding the South African cricket team, Muslims seems to be more resilient and unmoved when it comes to their faith. They refuse point-blank to display the Castle Lager logo on their shirts.

    South African cricket player: Hashim Amla

    Christians on the other hand have no problem advertising alcahol on their shirts.

    South African cricket player: AB de Villiers

    I think what Christians ought to do is to pray about it and ask God what his will is for them in the choice of a career and employment in a company.

    —————————–

    Deborah says: To send a child out into an area that you know (after you have read all Rema Marketing’s reports) is purely satanic is bad Christian parenting 101. The satanic music industry is very different to playing soccer or preventing women from studying nursing. To “pray the child up” and send them off hoping that the child will remain a light in a dark dark industry that uses satanic rituals and mind control is unbelievable. The child wants to be famous, and might in the end do anything to achieve that FAME status. Rema Marketing might agree that it’s ok to send a child out into the Entertainment industry but I do not believe for one second that God agrees in sending a child out into a satanically run industry, you may as well join a witches coven.

    If you expect your child to be salt in an evil industry they will have to quote scripture and the following verse would be a good one to start of with.

    Galatians 5:19-21
    19 Now the works of the flesh are manifest, which are these; Adultery, fornication, uncleanness, lasciviousness, 20 Idolatry, witchcraft, hatred, variance, emulations, wrath, strife, seditions, heresies, 21 Envyings, murders, drunkenness, revellings, and such like: of the which I tell you before, as I have also told you in time past, that they which do such things shall not inherit the kingdom of God.

    I don’t think the child is going to get very far and becoming famous or get very far in the industry, unless they want more than the world to be a great entertainer.

    Luke 9:25 For what is a man advantaged, if he gain the whole world, and lose himself, or be cast away?

  13. anthony foster says:

    Debra

    At last you are seeing sense. Your statement that

    “The issue here is not about buying and selling books, documents, well-researched material and the likes.”

    means you have actually climbed down off your high horse and actually realized the ridiculous position of claiming that all books written about Christianty should be free. Remember you statements below. You were insinuating that selling materials were wrong. But I believe you probably realized by my constant refocusing of you on this that it is illogical but Iam glad you have now backed tracked.

    “So only those with money get to know the truth as to what on what is going on out there… is that what you are saying?…How did the disciples spread the gospel? Did they charge? Did they have fancy artwork and researches being paid? No they did not….We do not charge or make one cent from this website. God looks after us that we are able to run this website for free, provide all info for free, our artwork, research and answering all comments for free.”

    Now you are saying that your focus is not do with selling but to do with their marketing activities. OK fair enough using the marketing tactic of scarcity is questionable although I notice this was with their old material and not newer material so maybe they came to their senses and realizd this wasnt going to wash.

    I was about to leave this forum thinking I am settled only to see you then post another ridiculous statement about them saying that kids should pursue careers in satanic environments.

    One of the things about heretic hunter websites is that sometimes you just dont have the ability to see things in context. That report by Rema Marketing was saying that it is productive for Christians to go into professions where they can influence decision making and be a voice to be heard. I cannot for the life of me now understand what you are now complaining about. You really believe South Africa would be in the mess it is if there were more real Christians in position of influence.

    Or let me ask you another question. If we competely removed christians from the legal system, the educational system, entertainment, sports etc. How much worse do you think the presence of evil would be in all these areas.

    I havent got the energy to have another debate with you because you are again adopting these positions without thinking through what your saying. So all of your blog readers who are working you are telling them they are wrong because they are working in areas where evil abounds. That we are not to work unless its for christian organization or charity work. Debra come on. Discernment is good but Discernment needs to be balanced with Truth. Truth is only truth in the context of fariness and fairness means judging things in context.

    Anthony

  14. anthony foster says:

    Debra

    My goodness you also are attacking those who teach about the Nephilim and Sons of God like Tom Horn, Gary Stearman, Stephen Quayle. So how on earth can you be a discernment ministry without understanding this and its relevance to the UFO Phenomenon.

    Completely unreal. I rest my case. You accuse others of deception when you yourself hold to views that lead to deception. Thats Why Jesus said Debra judge not lest ye be judged. Unfortunately you are so taken up with your positions you dont have the humility to see where you are wrong or might have a difference of opinion rather than labelling everyone other than youself a heretic or being deceived.

    That shocks me that you would completely disregard the issue of the Nephilim.

    Shaking my head.

  15. anthony foster wrote:

    Debra

    At last you are seeing sense. Your statement that

    “The issue here is not about buying and selling books, documents, well-researched material and the likes.”

    Deborah did not write this. I did (Tom Lessing).

    There is absolutely no sense in continuing this conversation with you because you refuse to see what the real issue is. Good bye.

  16. anthony foster,

    Those who teach and believe the Nephilim doctrine are wittingly or unwitingly attacking the unique incarnation of Jesus Christ unless you believe that a spirit can have sex with a human being.

    Read here.

  17. Deborah (Discerning the World) says:

    anthony

    >> My goodness you also are attacking those who teach about the Nephilim and Sons of God like Tom Horn, Gary Stearman, Stephen Quayle.

    The Nephilim is false teaching, and you have been suckered in by these false teachers. Read your bible Antony and maybe you will learn something.

    It would do you well to also read this article: The Nephilim – The Truth about the Sons of God, the Daughters of Men

  18. I watched this video on YouTube and wanted to write a comment but was unable to do so because the comments were closed. Here is what I wrote,

    This is pure blasphemy. It attacks and demeans the unique incarnation of Jesus Christ. Tom Horn suggests that although the so-called watchers did not have the ability to speak things into existence like God, they devised a method to form a biological body in which they could take up their abode and, of course, have sex with women.

    This is opening a whole can of worms because it suggests that Satan and his hordes are able to do exactly what God had done when He incarnated his Son but just in another sophisticated way, mind you. God did NOT SPEAK his Son into existence. He PREPARED a biological body for Him in the womb of a virgin who was willing to be used in this way and for this purpose. (Hebrews 10:5).

    Tom Horn is saying that the devil and his fallen angels have the very same ability – to PREPARE biological bodies for themselves, to incarnate thhemselves into those bodies and to live among unsuspecting earthlings whom they marry, have sex with and produce giants. By the way, since when do animals have spirits? What’s more, why did Satan and the fallen angels only prepare male bodies for themselves and not female bodies? Shame on you Horn. Are you a misogynist?

    This is blasphemy in overdrive and the two pathetic guys who interviewed him have no discernment whatsoever. I wouldn’t buy Tom Horn’s books in a million years.

    Anthony Foster, if you want to believe the garbage Tom Horn, Stephen Quale and Gary Stearman are spreading all over the world, by all means go ahead. Your discernment is as bad as the two guys who interviewed Tom Horn. The incarnation of Jesus Christ had absolutely nothing to do with God SPEAKING INTO EXISTENCE but with PREPARING a body and that’s what Satan and some of the fallen angels had done, according to Tom Horn and his other freaky Nephilim compatriots.

    Tom Horn and the other Nephilim freaks (Chuck Missler, Jacob Prasch, David Pawson, the New Ager, Elizabeth Clare-Prophet and many other so-called Christians) are placing Satan on exactly the same level as Almighty God, exactly where Satan wants to be. NO, even above God. Satan no longer needs to do it himself. Others who call themselves Christians are doing it for him. Shame on you Tom Horn.

    Tom Horn says he couldn’t fathom how the fallen angels incarnated themselves until the light lit up in his head. I can tell you now, it was not a light God lit up in his head. It was Satan’s false light. (2 Corinthians 11:14). Satan who is a master at mimicking God has at last found a substitute or at least an equal for the incarnation of Christ – the incarnation (preparation of biological bodies for demons) in the Nephilim doctrine.

  19. Robbie says:

    This world has redefined the word LOVE…
    It now means:
    – acceptance of false religion
    – tolerance of sinful behavior
    – tolerance of false doctrine
    – refusal to rebuke and expose anyone
    – never offend anyone with truth.

  20. Robbie says:

    And of course Hazel admits that spreading the gospel has become a career and not a calling.

  21. Deborah (Discerning the World) says:

    Robbie

    That’s it. It’s a career a business for people to make money off the gospel it’s not because they love the truth.

  22. Ria says:

    Please be very careful when dealing Rema Marketing.
    I got sucked in by their very cleaver marketing and ordered what I thought was DVDs but ended up to be audio (which I later discovered is on Youtube for free!). I trusted their false claims of ‘instant money back guarantee’ (seeing that they claim to be Christian) and contacted them regarding a refund. I received an unfriendly email back, saying I will be taken of their email list as they only cater for people who are satisfied with their service (fair enough – I would’ve unsubscribed anyway) and that they will action my refund.
    However, I have not received my money back from them and any attempt from me to contact them has been unsuccessful.
    Please don’t get sucked in by their deceptive marketing strategy like I did!
    These people have found a way to make money – they have no interest in the gospel and doing what is right.

  23. Deborah (Discerning the World) says:

    Ria

    WOW, so their money back guarantee is a lie too. I thought so.

    Yes all the stuff they write about is on the internet if you take the time to look for it. They have figured out how to make money off of the NWO.

    I received news from someone who was in contact with someone that was supposed to be paid royalties for the information they provided to Rema Marketing. After a short while Rema Marketing told them they can’t pay them royalties anymore however they are still pushing their info via email for people to purchase. So more lies.

    I also have had someone contact me and tell me that they have emailed this ‘Nancy’ person a number of times asking them what exactly they believe, at first she directed him to their website, but he was not satisfied and emailed her again, with no reply. So he emailed again asking her to tell him what each team member denomination is? And guess what, no reply.

    They are con-artists.

  24. mikey says:

    hey sheeple,
    I like rema marketing…why?… well they might be re hashing stuff from five years ago but they’ve done homework that I for one don’t have the time to do … so I check out certain things that I think are good or bad and take it from there…I too have thought the same things that some are griping about on here but as the good book says…”buy the truth..,”workers are worthy of their wages etc.and above all, when you hear a report…test it…no big deal..it’s good to be challenged to see where we stand.
    personally I think there’s an element of truth in it all but at the end of the day are we keeping His commands? regardless of what’s happening around us?

  25. Deborah (Discerning the World) says:

    mikey

    The problem is most if not all people don’t check and test (hence we are in a time of great apostasy). It’s these people who will gladly read the lies and accept it. The biggest issue is that Rema Marketing claims to be Christian but the info they push out is diabolically false, for instance they did this one: http://www.xphenomenon.com The guy they used to get the info from is called John Milor (he is the guy with the photo at the bottom) he is a New Age occultist disguised as a Christian. Rema Marketing is dangerous.

  26. truth speak says:

    well I couldn’t disagree more. You do the 10,000 hours of research, rewriting, compiling and website upkeep and mailing dept. all FOR FREE. How about you doing that? I pay them 24.95 every few months because they give me the Library of Congress broken down into the exact study I could NEVER do myself. Not enough time or energy in one life time. so I SAY SUPPORT THEM, PAY FOR THEM TO KEEP GOING. Rather than grip they don’t do the impossible and then put it out there for you for free. These servants are DEFINITELY worth their hire. I wonder now who you are. Who are you?

    And you gripe about WND? What are you, who are you? Scary.

  27. Deborah (Discerning the World) says:

    truth speak

    >> well I couldn’t disagree more. You do the 10,000 hours of research, rewriting, compiling and website upkeep and mailing dept. all FOR FREE. How about you doing that?

    Yes we do FOR FREE and we make sure we preach the truth at the same time, unlike Rema Markeing who promotes New Age teachers.

    And who are you?

  28. matilda says:

    Thanks for your insights but can i request that when someone puts up information that they don’t lie to support their slander of another organization

    Someone on this thread said that rema marketing supports the shemitah. I went to http://www.timelinecode.com and I can’t see anywhere where they support the shemitah. Instead they are providing a review of both sides of the debate. They didn’t slag off TA Macahon who is against the shemitah. They simply quoted what this brother had to say.

    Can you at least admit this instead of ignoring what you want to ignore to focus on what you want to focus.

    Whoever it was please learn to stop doing what your accusing rema of. Falsifying information or deliberately spinning information to increase your slander of another organization.

    I see some of their info and whilst I don’t agree with everything on their site in the same way I don’t agree with everything on your site where some of your points and beliefs are questionable. Does that make both you and Rema false prophets because both you and Rema dont fit into my world view and biblical understanding.

    Food for thought

  29. Deborah (Discerning the World) says:

    Matilita

    >> I can’t see anywhere where they support the shemitah. Instead they are providing a review of both sides of the debate.

    Yes you are right, I miss-read the, they were not promoting the Shemitah. My apologies. Having said that there is more than enough other false teaching they promote that makes up for the Shemitah issue. I have amended the article to include John Milor’s Paranormal Aliens belief that Rema Marketing is promoting.

    >> Whoever it was please learn to stop doing what your accusing rema of. Falsifying information or deliberately spinning information to increase your slander of another organization.

    Rema is not a Christian organisation.

    >> Does that make both you and Rema false prophets because both you and Rema dont fit into my world view and biblical understanding.

    What biblical view is that might I ask? There is only 1 bible view and that’s what’s in the Word of God.

  30. John Quillen says:

    Ordered and paid for a DVD of Footprints of the Antichrist on March 2, 2016. The receipt number is 1495-2891-2482-1769 but I have not received a DVD yet. Will you please check on this for me and let me know your findings at jayq@comcast.net. ASAP.

    Thanks.

  31. You have the wrong address. You didn’t order the DVD from us. Please check with Rema Marketing

  32. Debbie Courson says:

    I purchased 2 DVD’s with a free money back 60 day offer. I decided to return these and need an address.

    Thanks

  33. Dear Debbie

    We are not Rema Marketing. I did however find an email address for you to contact: admin@remamarketing.com

  34. Nat Jakes says:

    Here’s were all the research may be coming from. Hiring for freelancers on upwork.

    https://www.upwork.com/jobs/Conspiracy-Theory-Niche-Writer-and-Researcher-Required_~01ccd6f6798817e9ed

    Rema Marketing is one of the internets fastest growing providers of online reports aimed at the conspiracy niche. Our reports cover a fast growing trend of alternative subjects such as 911 the truth, UFOs, chemtrails, Agenda 21, cashless society and microchipped population, FEMA, the North American Union, the Illuminati, the Bilderbergs, freemasonry, the dark side of genetics, bible prophecy and so much more.

    We have a requirement for 2 writers to help us expand on getting new reports out to our 60,000 members. We are needing a minimum of 4 new reports per month and each report needs to be in the region of about 150-200 A4 Page. We provide the topics and outline with examples of books and websites out there covering the same theme and then we expect the writer to put the report together within a space of 2 weeks.

    How we pay is slightly different to the norm. Obviously we will pay a fixed amount of around $200 however what we also pay are royalties for each ebook sold. Normally we do about 100 sales per month and we are happy to pay an ongoing royalty of $4 per ebook meaning you can be earning an additional $400 per month ongoingly.

    If this is of interest then take a look at http://www.remamarketing.com at our portfolio and if you have a good knowledge of this niche and would like to grow with us then contact us.

    You will be asked to answer the following questions when submitting a proposal:

    Are you familiar with the global conspiracy niche and information related to secret societies such as the illuminati, Bilderbergs, new world order, one world government etc

    Do you have the capability of creating an ebook of around 150-200 A4 pages within 2 weeks if provided very specific content outline, websites and other books to use for research material

    Rema Marketing, Maddox Street
    London England W1D 3QX
    UNITED KINGDOM

    There is also an issue with their address. I am not familiar with London but their postal address is in SoHo and street is Maddox which as per Google maps are two different areas.

  35. Thanks Nat Jakes.

    Their P.O. POX might be in a different area than their physical address, so that can make sense.

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