America Is in a Fight For Its Very Existence
America is in a fight for its very existence. The ruling class that controls almost everything in Washington, D.C., New York City and Hollywood is making an all-out push to eviscerate every vestige of Freedom and (real) Christianity in the United States. And that is not hyperbole. That is a fact. And the longer that the American people are not awakened to that fact only hastens the success of the tyrannical antichrist agenda being effectuated by the ruling class.
Investigative journalist LeoHohmann.com posted a masterful missive that must not be missed:
The U.S. government was never meant to be an all-inclusive entity involved in almost every aspect of our lives, the way it is today. So how did we get to this point and what areas of our lives need to be taken back from the illegitimate claims of government in order for us to be able to say we live in a truly free country?
The video above [included in the article] got me thinking about all the things the U.S government has said it wants to ban, has already banned, or plans to ban but hasn’t told you yet.
Keep in mind that before the government moves to ban a particular item, it will use the corporate mass-media to put out propaganda attacking that item and how it’s bad for the environment or some other liberal cause. Often the item or product we are told we must use in place of the banned item is much worse for the environment.
So, in no particular order, here are 20 things that come to mind that are in various stages of being regulated, restricted or outright banned that the government has no business even being involved i
These are all things that, to one extent or another, in at least some states, are under attack by governments in partnership with big and powerful corporations. And more than half of them are under attack nationwide by the federal government and its corporate partners.
Looking at my list, did you notice a pattern? All of the 20 items have one thing in common — they allow us to live our lives independent of the government. Once the government claims a right to regulate, restrict or ban these items and actions, the powers that be — the oligarchs — know we will become totally dependent on the system for our survival. Food, water, energy, money, healthcare and the freedom of movement will all be 100 percent controlled.
To the extent that we accept this government-corporate power over these formerly private areas of our lives, we have already been indoctrinated and initiated into the Great Reset (aka New World Order, aka digital prison). I’d say most of us are in training for the new technocracy right now. If we pass the tests, we’ll be stamped and tracked as good little members of the new digital world. We will no longer be part of humanity 1.0, which the oligarchs are phasing out in favor of humanity 2.0. Only transhumans will be allowed in their new utopia. The remaining humans will be left to fend for themselves, and eventually they may be hunted down, but that may be a ways off (I hope).
Is it any wonder that the famed constitutional attorney, John Whitehead, has said that the U.S. Constitution has already been “effectively terminated?”
Notice again these words:
To the extent that we accept this government-corporate power over these formerly private areas of our lives, we have already been indoctrinated and initiated into the Great Reset (aka New World Order, aka digital prison). I’d say most of us are in training for the new technocracy right now.
No truer words than those have ever been spoken.
And the biggest reason for this cowardly compliance is due to the complete bankruptcy of determination and courage of America’s pulpits to NOT ACCEPT this antichrist “government-corporate power over our lives.”
I urge readers to watch my online archived message from last Sunday that is very germane to this discussion.
Pastors are living in a fantasy world: a world of self-deception, rotting comfort and passing pleasure. They are doing exactly what Patrick Henry said men were prone to do when facing painful reality:
Mr. President, it is natural to man to indulge in the illusions of hope. We are apt to shut our eyes against a painful truth, and listen to the song of that siren [this was a reference to a mythical creature similar to a mermaid, but whose enchanting song lured sea-travelers to their death] till she transforms us into beasts. Is this the part of wise men, engaged in a great and arduous struggle for liberty? Are we disposed to be of the number of those who, having eyes, see not, and, having ears, hear not, the things which so nearly concern their temporal salvation? For my part, whatever anguish of spirit it may cost, I am willing to know the whole truth; to know the worst, and to provide for it.
For the most part, that is what America’s evangelical pastors are doing. They are indulging in illusions of hope. They are shutting their eyes to painful truths. They are listening to the soothing songs of dangerous sea creatures (beasts). They have eyes that cannot see and ears that cannot hear the things that concern their natural lives, Liberty and safety.
Christian, if your pastor is not leading your congregation in vigorously resisting this governmental/corporate antichrist beastly system that is taking over our country, then your pastor and congregation are culpable in assisting the beastly system—all of the pious spiritual rhetoric emanating from your pastor and congregation notwithstanding.
As I said in the very first sentence of this column: America is in a fight for its very existence. So, Christian, what are you and the church you attend doing about it?
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