Christians lately have been seen as a "threat" to the U.S. Not just right wing extremists or even Christians associated with the New Apostolic Reformation. ALL Christians. Even if you're a serious, God fearing Christian who would never hurt anyone with a weapon and wants the best for everyone, you and me are still considered a threat to the U.S. and the world. Even when there's virtually no evidence of God fearing Christians being a threat to anyone's life, we are apparently seen as people willing to kill like a Muslim terrorist.
The U.S. Department Of Homeland Security several years ago put out an assessment on Right Wingers and what to look out for: www.fas.org/irp/eprint/rightwi…
"(U//LES) The DHS/Office of Intelligence
and Analysis (I&A) has no specific
information that domestic rightwing
terrorists are currently planning acts of violence,
but rightwing extremists may
be gaining new recruits by playing on their fears about
several emergent issues. The economic
downturn and the election of the first
African American president present unique
drivers for rightwing radicalization and
In other words, you're a racist if you question or criticize Obama's actions, even when it's obvious that they are doing harm.
"(U//FOUO) The current economic and political
climate has some similarities to the
1990s when rightwing extremism experienced a resurgence fueled largely by an
economic recession, criticism about the outsourcing of jobs
, and the perceived threat to
U.S. power and sovereignty
by other foreign powers."
No questioning outsourcing of jobs to China and India. No questioning the government's actions on not helping the economy and bringing jobs back. Because that's only what crazy conspiracy theorists do right? Even when it's so obvious that the economy is doing badly now because of the lack of jobs here.
"(U//FOUO) Open source reporting of wartime ammunition shortages has likely spurred
rightwing extremists—as well as law-abiding Americans—to make bulk purchases of
ammunition. These shortages have increased the cost of ammunition, further
exacerbating rightwing extremist paranoia and leading to further stockpiling activity.
Both rightwing extremists and law-abiding citizens share a belief that rising crime rates
attributed to a slumping economy make the purchase of legitimate firearms a wise move
at this time."
Of course crime rates go up when the economy is bad because people are likely to rob and steal to stay alive. And law abiding citizens are going to buy guns to protect themselves from those robbers. It's just common sense.
"(U//FOUO) Rightwing extremist paranoia of
foreign regimes could escalate or be
magnified in the event of an economic crisis
or military confrontation, harkening back to
the “New World Order” conspiracy theories
of the 1990s. The dissolution of Communist
countries in Eastern Europe
and the end of the Soviet
Union in the 1990s led some
rightwing extremists to believe that a “New
World Order” would bring about a world
government that would usurp the sovereignty
of the United States and its Constitution,
thus infringing upon their liberty. The dynamics
in 2009 are somewhat similar, as other
countries, including China, Indi
a, and Russia, as well as
some smaller, oil-producing
states, are experiencing a rise in
economic power and influence."
The signs of the New World Order have been a lot more obvious in the past decade. But if you believe that, you're a nutty conspiracy theorist according to the USDHS and a threat to everyone. Even serious Bible believing Christians can see the signs after doing some research.
"(U//FOUO) Historically, domestic rightwing
extremists have feared, predicted, and
anticipated a cataclysmic economic collapse in the United States. Prominent
antigovernment conspiracy theorists have
incorporated aspects of an impending
economic collapse to intensify fear and paranoia among like-
minded individuals and to
attract recruits during times of economic un
certainty. Conspiracy theories involving
declarations of martial law, impending civil strife or racial conflict, suspension of the
U.S. Constitution, and the creation of citizen detention camps often incorporate aspects of
a failed economy. Antigovernment conspiracy
theories and “end times” prophecies could
motivate extremist individuals and groups to
stockpile food, ammunition, and weapons.
These teachings also have been linked with
the radicalization of domestic extremist
individuals and groups in the past, such as
violent Christian Identity organizations and
extremist members of the militia movement."
FEMA runs those camps and they do exist. Remember when Japanese Americans were kept in camps after the bombing of Pearl Harbor during World War 2? It can happen again, this time to those who are seen as a threat, especially Christians who refuse the mark of the beast. And as Christians, we are to believe in the end times, which really appear to be happening before our eyes with all the corruption being exposed lately. Christians around the world are being persecuted to, often being killed by Muslim extremists. And how exactly are we Christians a threat for stockpiling stuff for our protection? Leave those types alone and they won't be a threat to anyone.
In case anyone still doesn't think President Obama isn't anti Christian here's 40 Mind-Blowing Quotes From Barack Hussein Obama On Islam And Christianity www.nowtheendbegins.com/blog/?…
And yet Christians get mocked for believing that Obama is against us. Or that he's secretly Muslim.
If you don't think President Obama has plans to destroy the U.S. here's 252 examples of his lying, lawbreaking, corrupting accomplishments: beforeitsnews.com/obama/2013/0…
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