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The more I try to find a show on the television that simply entertains without being obnoxiously over-written or over-acted, the more I tend to stick with the old shows. Obviously, we have turned a serious corner with the TV shows of today. No longer are we dealing with the problems of Bob, Mary, Dick, or Millie, whose troubles often dealt with misunderstanding a conversation in the office, or when Mary had to deal with people thinking she was actually dating Ted, the newscaster on Mary Tyler Moore. These are things everyone has to deal with and they were serious situations then.
Regarding the PE, as I have previously noted, they have been busy, working completely behind the shadows in order to bring their plan to fulfillment. I have talked about the development of the PE, how they have insinuated themselves into every part of society, including America’s and have briefly talked about presidential elections, the Muslim Brotherhood, and how the PE uses misdirection in order to bring their goals to fruition while the general populace is looking elsewhere. This is done much the same way that illusionists pool the wool over the eyes of their audiences. There is nothing supernatural about what magicians do. All of it relies very heavily on the ability of the illusionist to use the art of misdirection very well. Without this one thing, all of their illusions fail, because people then see how they are accomplished.
The title of this particular article is a question that I have been asking myself for quite some time. Of course, I’m assuming by my title that there actually is a global elite that at the very least, tries their best to direct the agencies of humanity, directing things to a preconceived end.
In fact, with the way politics happens to be, complete with all of its corruption and seeming blindness and nonsense, one almost has to conclude that Satan has created one particular strong group of individuals who – while remaining secretly and quietly in the deep background – work to control the overall direction in which the world moves. The more I consider it, the more I have to ask, how could it be otherwise?
Now remember, a “false flag” is an event make to look as though it is very real; kind of like a Hollywood movie (think “Wag the Tail”). There is never any real danger to the targeted person at all, but the average individual does not know this. All they know is what they hear on the news or read in the papers or on the Internet. Sure looks real to them, so by gum, it must be real!
I don’t normally write about things like this, but this is too seriously disturbing to ignore.
If you can stomach it, I would ask that you watch this video, but please be warned. The images and sounds are vomit-inducing. It is graphic. You may find yourself either so incensed or brought to tears when you see that this type of thugery can and does occur within the borders of the United States. The video is at the end of this article.
My son suggested I watch a movie called Idiocracy, because, as he said, I would probably write a blog about it. So, we watched it. Now, I’m writing a blog about it.
It’s an 84-minute comedy from Mike Judge (“Beavis & Butthead,” “King of the Hill”) from 2006, starring Luke Wilsom, Maya Rudolph, and Dax Shephard among others who auditioned and were found to be suitably moronic (or desperate) enough to be part of this movie. It had a limited release in the United States (gee, who would have guessed?) with a premier in Germany and then was essentially released on DVD following that. I note that in France, it was called “Planet Stupid,” and in the Czech Republic, it was called “Absurdistan.”
I will note up front that Prasch is not necessarily a Dispensationalist. He does not agree with a PreTrib Rapture for instance. What I thoroughly appreciate about his presentation is that as someone who does accept a PreTrib Rapture, I do not in the least feel condemned by him because of my understanding of Scripture. In a day and age when it has become the norm for people not only to castigate (but also to be referred to as a “heretic”) those of us who believe that Christ will come for His Bride before the Tribulation begins, reading what Prasch has to say is a breath of fresh air and certainly welcome by me. I have stated any number of times that I do not all knowledge concerning Scripture. I have made mistakes and it is possible that at least some of my beliefs now are not 100% lined up with Scripture. I hope that is not the case, but if it is, I also expect and welcome the Lord’s correction.
I received a broadcast email from one of the ministries I follow and the heading of the email was titled “Heal Our Land Prayer Campaign: Returning America to its Judeo-Christian Roots.”
The ministry rightly bemoans the fact that God-sanctioned marriage is under attack from all corners, especially gay activists who want to reimagine marriage to include unions between same sex partners. I believe they are correct when they argue “Instead of seeking to restore and strengthen marriages, politicians are trying to redefine what marriage means and to distance themselves from the Judeo-Christian heritage upon which this nation was founded.”
The book “The Harbinger,” by Rabbi Jonathan Cahn has created quite a stir and today, I’m going to add my thoughts to the mix. I’m sure my comments will not be the final word on the subject, and they should not be. I’m amazed at how quickly this book has gained such a following. There are hundreds of accolades connected to the book and that leads me to ask WHY?
I’ve read a number of articles related to the Olivet Discourse of Matthew 24 as I’m sure you have. In fact, I myself have written a number of articles and even one book that deals with the contents of Matthew 24. A number of things bother me about the way people tend to interpret aspects of Matthew 24. I know that sounds arrogant and I don’t intend it to be. I’m simply saying that in some cases, it appears as though people have made connections to things where no connection actually exists.
Such is the case – I believe – with the reference that Jesus makes with the fig tree and the nation of Israel. It is a connection that many have made and continue to make, yet it is one that I believe is done in error. Let’s look at the passage, all right?