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How to Help Julio Severo via the PayPal Account of the Jewish Institute for Global Awareness


After more than five years of being banned from PayPal because of an international campaign by homosexual militants in the U.S., I have good news for readers and supporters who used PayPal as the easiest way to make their donations to reach me.

No, my account was not restored.

However, the Jewish Institute for Global Awareness (JIGW), a U.S.-based Jewish organization, is offering my readers and supporters the opportunity to donate to me through the JIGW’ PayPal account.

If you have a PayPal account and want to begin to support my pro-family work or resume the support you gave through PayPal years ago, please do it through the Jewish Institute for Global Awareness in this LINK.

Press the button in the JIGW page and you can easily make your donation.

Donate today to support a work that homosexual militants have for years sought to ban and censor. CLICK ON THIS LINK.

You can confirm your donation done by sending a message to me in this email:

The Jewish Institute for Global Awareness seeks to globally provide humanity with greater awareness of the existence of these universal values, principles that are dependent upon Biblical teachings.

JIGW’s message is:

Keep Julio’s voice alive!!

Julio Severo is a legendary blogger (in 4 languages: English, Portuguese, Spanish, and German) and investigative religious liberty journalist, both in Brazil and world-wide. As an individual activist, his work was so effective that it attracted the attention of gay activists who orchestrated a campaign to prevent him from directly receiving donations through the Internet. Until that point in time, Julio was mainly supported in his Christian activism by donations sent directly to him through PayPal and were what supported him and his family.

In January, 2012, Charisma Magazine reported a ranking by the Christian Anti-Defamation Commission of the top ten anti-Christian acts during 2011. Among them was a homosexual activist effort causing PayPal to investigate online money transfers to several “pro-family Christian organizations.” Although a number of pro-family individuals or organizations were initially targeted 5 years ago, Julio was the only person who lost his ability to receive funding.  The reason provided was his lack of being part of a U.S. entity. (Pay Pal sent a letter to him stating its inability to process his funding because he was not functioning within the United States as an approved as a U.S. 501(c)(3) organization).

The effect on Julio has been devastating, leaving him financially crippled and isolated from many of his supporters. His continued activism is dependent upon finding an acceptable vehicle for his donors to assist him.  Because JIFGA is a legal entity within the United States, and will accept donations designated for him, Julio can finally meet the requirements imposed. He is looking to rebuild a base of readers who are willing to financially support his work on socially conservative issues such as parents’ rights, homeschooling, pro-life, and pro-family issues. He initially seeks to raise a minimum of $25,000.

Julio is a devout and observant charismatic evangelical who is living his faith.  He has a wife and seven children.

Julio was one of the founders of the National Pro-Life and Pro-Family Network in Brazil and is well known in social conservative circles as a blogger, book author, and activist. He is the author of the book “Prophetic Prayers,” published by WestBow Press, a division of Thomas Nelson & Zondervan. His works have been mentioned in the Brazilian Congress and in several major Brazilian Evangelical magazines. In addition, many Brazilian and American websites (e.g. publish his material.

His blogs are often described as expressions of the voice of G-d’s Kingdom. As Julio himself wrote in one of his blogs, “In the wilderness of disinformation from magazines, newspapers and blogs that reflect the voice of the political machine and its ideology, God can lead, even through dreams, those who need to know the truth. This is the value God assigns to blogs that carry His voice.”

Several years ago, he was forced to leave Brazil because of false criminal accusations against him for “homophobia,” a charge he strongly denies.  Throughout his career, because of the impact made by his books, Internet activity, and consistent public activism, he has been persecuted and harassed. Nevertheless, he continues to be a warrior in the culture war and needs your help to survive.

Do donate today, CLICK ON THIS LINK.

Portuguese version of this article: Como ajudar Julio Severo por meio da conta de PayPal do Instituto Judaico de Consciência Global dos EUA


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