“In a time of universal deceit – telling the truth is a revolutionary act.” ~ George Orwell
Some people are going to need to be convinced; they are going to need more than the Sunday sermon because they are sincerely grappling with misconceptions of safety and peace that need to be dealt with. These misconceptions are like roadblocks in front of them that must be removed so they can advance and embrace the truth of the hour in which we live.
A time similar to that which Winston Churchill faced during the dark, prewar years also faces us. We have a short time to blow the trumpet, to make people aware that the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse are about to begin their ride. We, like Churchill, must not give ourselves over to appeasing men. We must bellow the warning from the roof tops, in the highways and byways. It’s time to be no longer politically correct, no matter the price. We must warn those in darkness, regardless of the cost to ourselves personally!
Winston Churchill maintained a strong attack on appeasement with the Nazis; he never considered the cost too high. He railed at Great Britain’s legislative body’s failure to stand up to Nazi tyranny. Churchill spoke out continually against appeasement. After the occupation of Austria, Churchill spoke in Parliament saying, “For five years I have talked to the House on these matters, not with very great success. I have watched this famous island descending incontinently, fecklessly, the stairway which leads to a dark gulf. It is a fine broad stairway at the beginning, but after a bit the carpet ends. A little farther on, there are only flag stones; a little farther on still, these flag stones break beneath your feet.
If mortal catastrophe should overtake the British nation, historians a thousand years hence will never understand how it was that the victorious nation suffered themselves to cast away all that they had gained by measureless sacrifice. Now the victors are vanquished, and those who threw down their arms are striding on to world mastery.”
Upon Chamberlin’s return from Munich and his “I bring you peace, peace in our time” speech, Churchill stood up in the House of Commons and gave this speech.
“I do not grudge our loyal, brave people the spontaneous outburst of joy, but they should know the truth. They should know that we have sustained a defeat without war. And do not suppose that this is the end. This is only the beginning, the first sip, the first foretaste of the bitter cup which will be proffered to us year by year unless, by a supreme recovery of moral health and military vigor, we arise again and take our stand for freedom as in the olden times.”
This was not what Parliament or the English people wanted to hear; they jeered, rejected, and spoke badly of Churchill, accusing him of being a war monger.
And ye shall be hated of all men for my name’s sake (Matt. 10:22).
I have written this work solely for the purpose of awakening the world from its slumber. That it is asleep none might argue. The world must put off its slumber and prepare to expose the darkness which soon will overtake it.
The politically correct have begun to seek peace and safety at the cost of morally correct stances. This peace and safety can only be temporary, for peace and safety shall elude the world. The world is in a slumber, hoping for a better tomorrow.
At the pinnacle of the conspiratorial hierarchy is a distinct, malevolent, eternal, and all powerful evil force manipulating lesser conspiratorial actors.
Citing source data is the scientific method of research, but citing source data does not seem to apply to so-called “conspiracy theories.” A thousand sources may be quoted, yet it will not convince the skeptics of the truth. It seems something sinister is working behind the panorama that does not want you to know the truth. Remember, the truth is out there (quoting X Files). Refusing to see does not mean that one cannot see; it just means one refuses to see.
The end is near, America is failing, and the footfall of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse is on the doorstep. In order to prove that most Americans are willfully blind to what’s happening around them, I created a survey, and I am going to share with you the results.
In this survey, I asked several questions at random to Facebook fans of all age groups. I conducted this survey in the blind without asking for personally indentifying information. One question that I asked was “while in a busy mall, you walk past a person sitting on a bench talking to a cardboard dog. What would you do?”
True to what I expected, most people when asked to answer this survey question answered it by saying they would ignore the person. What does this say about Americans? I think it says Americans prefer to ignore the obvious if it in any way makes them feel uncomfortable.
The correct response would be to have allowed curiosity to inspire the asking of a question. A question such as, what is this, why is a man talking to a cardboard dog, or is it even a cardboard dog. Could this cardboard dog be a prototype robot, or even the chance of a lifetime for a spot on television’s “Candid Camera” rewarding your curiosity? The strange and possibly supernatural should inspire us to ask questions, which beg answers. It is in this why that we learn truth.
The great discoveries of this century have been made due to curiosity. A good example of this is Penicillin. Penicillin was discovered when someone asked themselves a question about a mold. Curiosity spawned the questions which when answered have made all of our lives easier here in the 21st Century.
Within these pages, one may find their own cardboard dog. It may be a preconceived idea, a reaction, a previously unheard of explanation, or the use of historical works such as the Book of Enoch and the Book of Jubilees. I view these books as historical writings on the same level as the writings of Flavius Josephus and Julius Caesar, but not on the level of inspired scripture. This use of historical works could be someone’s cardboard dog, do not let it be yours. Let this book inspire your curiosity regardless of your uncomfortableness.
When asked “will the future be a better day for your children; will they have a better life than yourself,” over half the respondents answered “yes” and said they believed that their children’s future would be a better day and that their children would lead better lives.”
Perhaps this would be true–if not for the fallen angels, if not for the fact that the Book of the Apocalypse speaks of worsening times and of a time of judgment upon the inhabitants of the earth. But this is nothing new!
Mankind has always deceived itself.
Most people think of themselves as individualists, as people who come to a conclusion based upon sound reason and the facts they are given, not because they are simply following other people or another person’s opinion. Most people see themselves as leaders when in fact they are followers. The sad fact is that history has shown that people have a herd mentality. People prefer to follow one another like cattle.
A herd mentality can be seen in beliefs propagated by today’s gurus–beliefs such as “the market will resume its upward march, thereby rewarding all those who have kept the faith,” “real estate is always a good investment,” “real estate will always keep gaining value,” and “invest in stocks for the long run.” All such beliefs prove people are followers; in the face of contrary facts, it proves even further that they are not only followers but are participating in a mass delusion. Mass delusion has become the national norm. People want to believe politicians, think that things will always work out right in the long run, and hope that the economy is going to get better. People want to believe what they hear on television. They want to be told by the “experts” and “gurus” how to live and what to believe. They want assurance that no matter how they live or what they do, there will be no repercussions. Being uncritical and non-judgmental is the unspoken norm, and to oppose someone’s manner of life, his beliefs, or his relationships is to be politically incorrect. The fact is that it has now become illegal to voice an opposition to someone’s manner of life, and it is now called a hate-crime.
How will the world hear and prepare if not warned? Churchill faced this problem, but he persevered, speaking to anyone who would listen, making many enemies and sabotaging his career. But, he had a love of truth and spoke about things as he saw them.
Truth must be sought. First and foremost, truth must be sought, apprehended, and cuddled tightly to the chest like a childhood toy. Held tightly and refused to be let go. Truth must dwell in an open mind, not one closed by political correctness.
Many of us presume to know truth, but in reality we do not. Truth is hidden! Truth must be searched out; it must be sought as a pearl. Truth must be found, but it is not found easily.
A misunderstanding of truth is the norm because ignorance is a chosen response. When our leaders, parents, teachers, and even pastors have believed a lie, we must allow our minds and hearts to be especially open in order to see. When our role models have believed a lie, the truth might be right out in the open for us to see for ourselves. However, too often we fail to see it, intent upon seeing only what we expect to see.
Truth and wisdom are personified in Proverbs.
The “fear of the LORD is the beginning of knowledge” (Prov. 1:7) The Lord says “Pride goes before destruction, a haughty spirit before a fall” (Prov. 16:18). Haughtiness leads to an inability to recognize truth. Could America today be haughty?
The forces arrayed against us have never been greater, nor the threats more real. It is in this dark hour that we must make our stand.
The truth must be told as never before, the just must speak out and persuade the wavering and the unbeliever.
But they are going to need more than proclamation; they will need the utter truth. Not the lukewarm ear-tickling of times past, but the bloodcurdling truth!
It must be in this last hour that we overcome the fallen angels by speaking the truth–no, not by speaking the truth alone, but by proclaiming it in the face of the scoffer, the hater, and the bully; if necessary, even speaking the truth at the risk of our lives.
Government is not won over by the well meaning; the well meaning don’t change society or even make better citizens.
When we should have been seeking the truth, we were out trying to change the world through politics. We have presumed to persuade others to party affiliation instead of from unbelief to belief. The world must awake from its slumber, put off its lukewarm manners, and prepare for battle. The trumpet is now beginning to sound……
- The world is in a slumber, hoping for a better tomorrow. (fallenangels-ckquarterman.com)
- Truth must be sought. (fallenangels-ckquarterman.com)