We have not yet seen that message on Twitter, our emergency broadcast system. But it’s coming.
You and I know we’re approaching the storm because we’re paying attention. Soon even the most reluctant among us will pay attention despite their apathy. Everyone will feel the blast. When it arrives, it will be like the Second Flood, a hurricane so intense it will scrub away the wicked and the vile, the fungus of filth and corruption that has taken hold of our precious nation while we slept a deep sleep of complacency and apathy, neglecting to protect that which was precious: liberty and justice. We neglected our duty to our God and our Country, and delivered ourselves into dependency on thieves.
The life cycle of a nation:
Bondage –> Spiritual Faith –> Great Courage –> Liberty –> Abundance –> Selfishness –> Complacency –> Apathy –> Dependency
Floridians, Gulf and east coast residents know how devastating hurricanes are.
This storm that’s building will bring a fearsome fury to thoroughly destroy this worldwide demonic cabal. How long will the hurricane last. Months? Years? Pray you survive it and keep your loved ones protected from its full wrath and power.
What our world will look like on the other side is to be seen, but surely it will be different. Have faith we will weather it once the storm has passed. Some of us will not live to see the end. Let faith sustain you when the hurricane is at its most fierce.
It is already on our doorstep.
She is wicked. And like the witch in the film Wizard of Oz, the storm’s rain will pelt her and melt her into the foul and gurgling blob she is.
“The American people will never knowingly adopt socialism. But under the name of ‘liberalism,’ they will adopt every fragment of the socialist program until one day America will be a socialist nation without knowing how it happened.”
— Norman Thomas, often a presidential candidate in the US Socialist Party.
“In the end, more than freedom they wanted security. They wanted a comfortable life and they lost it all: security, comfort and freedom. When the Athenians finally wanted not to give TO society but FOR society to give it to them, when the freedom they wished for most was a freedom from responsibility, then Athens ceased to be free and was never free again.”
— Edward Gibbon, Historian (1737 – 1794)