Business As Usual: The American police state will continue to spread its wings whether the government is shut down or not

Author and veteran constitutional attorney John Whitehead is one of my heroes. Why? Because, unlike many commentators, essayists, journalists, etc., Whitehead doesn’t pull his punches. He’s a realist who gives the whole truth about America, not just bits and pieces of truth interspersed with nuggets of false hope about a coming human messiah.

Whitehead understands that one man or woman, even if well-intentioned, isn’t going to turn America around. Not in four years. Not in eight years.

Most of what we see and hear in the media about what is going on in Washington is mere theater meant to keep the masses divided and distracted. Whitehead gives us a strong dose of realism in the article below. While reading it, keep in mind that at the same time the regime in Washington is opening the borders to create more crime and chaos, which it then uses to justify its continued building of an American police state, it is also working around the clock to think up new ways to harass and disarm law-abiding American gun owners. Their ultimate goal is a police state ruling over a disarmed population.

Guest post by John Whitehead of the Rutherford Institute

Once again, the police state is up to its old tricks, stoking tensions over whether or not the government is forced to shut down, even partially, due to a default on the national debt.

Yet, while these political games dominate news headlines, send the stock market into a nosedive, and put federal employees at risk of having to work without pay, nothing about these high-handed theatrics will diminish the immediate and very real dangers of the American Police State with its roadside strip searches, government surveillance, biometric databases, citizens being treated like terrorists, imprisonments for criticizing the government, national ID cards, SWAT team raids, censorship, forcible blood draws and DNA extractions, private prisons, weaponized drones, red light cameras, tasers, active shooter drills, police misconduct and government corruption.

Default or not, war will continue. Drone killings will continue. Surveillance will continue. Censorship and persecution of anyone who criticizes the government will continue. The government’s efforts to label dissidents as extremists and terrorists will continue.

Police shootings will continue. Highway robbery meted out by government officials will continue. Corrupt government will continue. Profit-driven prisons will continue. And the militarization of the police will continue.

(Note what’s happening at U.S. airports starting this month… more facial recognition scanning. Did they ask us?)

Indeed, take a look at the programs and policies that will not be affected by a government default on its debt leading to a possible shutdown, and you’ll get a clearer sense of the government’s priorities, which have little to do with serving taxpayers and everything to do with amassing money, power and control.

Surveillance will continue unabated. On any given day, whether you’re walking through a store, driving your car, checking email, or talking to friends and family on the phone, you can be sure that some government agency, whether the NSA or some other entity, is listening in and tracking your behavior. Police have been outfitted with a litany of surveillance gear, from license plate readers and cell phone tracking devices to biometric data recorders. Technology now makes it possible for the police to scan passersby in order to detect the contents of their pockets, purses, briefcases, etc. Full-body scanners, which perform virtual strip-searches of Americans traveling by plane, have gone mobile, with roving police vans that peer into vehicles and buildings alike—including homes. Coupled with the nation’s growing network of real-time surveillance cameras and facial recognition software, soon there really will be nowhere to run and nowhere to hide.

Global spying will continue unabated. The NSA’s massive surveillance network, what the Washington Post refers to as a $500 billion “espionage empire,” will continue to span the globe and target every single person on the planet who uses a phone or a computer. The NSA’s Echelon program intercepts and analyzes virtually every phone call, fax and email message sent anywhere in the world. In addition to carrying out domestic surveillance on peaceful political groups such as Amnesty International, Greenpeace and several religious groups, Echelon has also been a keystone to the government’s attempts at political and corporate espionage.

Egregious searches will continue unabated. Under the pretext of protecting the nation’s infrastructure (roads, mass transit systems, water and power supplies, telecommunications systems and so on) against criminal or terrorist attacks, Transportation Security Administration (TSA) task forces (comprised of federal air marshals, surface transportation security inspectors, transportation security officers, behavior detection officers and explosive detection canine teams) will continue to do random security sweeps of nexuses of transportation, including ports, railway and bus stations, airports, ferries and subways. Sweep tactics include the use of x-ray technology, pat-downs and drug-sniffing dogs, among other things.

The undermining of the Constitution will continue unabated. America’s so-called war on terror, which it has relentlessly pursued since 9/11, has chipped away at our freedoms, unraveled our Constitution and transformed our nation into a battlefield, thanks in large part to such subversive legislation as the USA Patriot Act and National Defense Authorization Act. These laws—which completely circumvent the rule of law and the constitutional rights of American citizens, re-orienting our legal landscape in such a way as to ensure that martial law, rather than the rule of law, our U.S. Constitution, becomes the map by which we navigate life in the United States—will continue to be enforced.

Militarized policing will continue unabated. Thanks to federal grant programs allowing the Pentagon to transfer surplus military supplies and weapons to local law enforcement agencies without charge, police forces will continue to be transformed from peace officers into heavily armed extensions of the military, complete with jackboots, helmets, shields, batons, pepper-spray, stun guns, assault rifles, body armor, miniature tanks and weaponized drones. Having been given the green light to probe, poke, pinch, taser, search, seize, strip and generally manhandle anyone they see fit in almost any circumstance, all with the general blessing of the courts, America’s law enforcement officials, no longer mere servants of the people entrusted with keeping the peace, will continue to keep the masses corralled, under control, and treated like suspects and enemies rather than citizens.

SWAT team raids will continue unabated. With more than 80,000 SWAT team raids carried out every year on unsuspecting Americans for relatively routine police matters and federal agencies laying claim to their own law enforcement divisions, the incidence of botched raids and related casualties will continue to rise. Nationwide, SWAT teams will continue to be employed to address an astonishingly trivial array of criminal activity or mere community nuisances including angry dogs, domestic disputes, improper paperwork filed by an orchid farmer, and misdemeanor marijuana possession.

Overcriminalization will continue unabated. The government bureaucracy will continue to churn out laws, statutes, codes and regulations that reinforce its powers and value systems and those of the police state and its corporate allies, rendering the rest of us petty criminals. The average American now unknowingly commits three felonies a day, thanks to this overabundance of vague laws that render otherwise innocent activity illegal. Consequently, small farmers who dare to make unpasteurized goat cheese and share it with members of their community will continue to have their farms raided.

The shadow government— a.k.a. the Deep State, a.k.a. the police state, a.k.a. the military industrial complex, a.k.a. the surveillance state complex—will continue unabated. This corporatized, militarized, entrenched bureaucracy that is fully operational and staffed by unelected officials will continue to call the shots in Washington, D.C., no matter who sits in the White House or controls Congress. By “government,” I’m not referring to the highly partisan, two-party bureaucracy of the Republicans and Democrats. Rather, I’m referring to “government” with a capital “G,” the entrenched Deep State that is unaffected by elections, unaltered by populist movements, and has set itself beyond the reach of the law.

These issues are not going away.

As I make clear in my book Battlefield America: The War on the American People and in its fictional counterpart The Erik Blair Diaries, they are the backbone of an increasingly aggressive authoritarian government, formed by an unholy alliance between the mega-corporations with little concern for the Constitution and elected officials and bureaucrats incapable or unwilling to represent the best interests of their constituents.

Whether or not the government runs out of borrowed money, it will remain business as usual in terms of the police state’s unceasing pursuit of greater powers and control. is 100 percent reader supported. Thank you in advance for all who contribute to keeping this site up and allowing me to pursue my journalistic passion full time. Donations of any size may be made c/o Leo Hohmann, P.O. Box 291, Newnan, GA 30264, or via credit card below.


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60 thoughts on “Business As Usual: The American police state will continue to spread its wings whether the government is shut down or not”

  1. Anna says:
    May 19, 2023 at 5:47 pm

    All I’m trying to say here is that it takes a certain amount of Socialistically indoctrinated guts to idolatrously swear a ‘sacred’ oath of allegiance to defend Harlot America’s Masonic Constitution and put on the uniforms of Uncle Sam’s social-justice law enforcement (and take up the genocidal sword of U.S’s woke armed forces to shed much human blood violently) in these last days of Armageddon. So I would ask everyone who is a socially-secured member of the Masonic American Whore’s (501c3) Laodicean church-state to please keep these proud, patriotic social-justice warriors in your occultic prayers because they not only have enemies without, they have them within.


    1. For new visitors to this website: believe it or not, John Shaphat has had some lucid moments where his posts are actually normal and respectful, but other times he parodies in a most mocking way what other readers have sometimes shared from their hearts.

      It’s difficult to know why he does this.

      Perhaps it’s the after effect of some extraordinary metamorphosis he periodically experiences:

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      1. Anna says:
        May 20, 2023 at 10:44 pm

        John Shaphat parodies in a most mocking way what a presumptuous, self-righteous commentator may foolishly share from their ignorant heart. It’s NOT difficult to know why he does this. The Spirit of Elohim likewise moved Elijah to ridicule and mock the Masonic Angel of Light’s deluded false prophets.

        Elijah approached the people of Israel and said, “How long will you waver between two opinions? If the LORD is God, follow Him. But if Baal (of Babel’s Masonic Temple) is God, follow him.” But Israel’s idolatrous people did not answer a word. Then Elijah said to the people, “I am the only remaining prophet of the LORD, but Baal has four hundred and fifty prophets. Call on the name of your god, and I will call on the name of the LORD. The God who answers by fire, He is God.”

        (Freemasonry’s occult prophets) called on the name of Baal from morning until noon, shouting, “O Baal, answer us!” But there was no sound, and no one answered their prayers as they leaped around the altar they had made.

        At noon Elijah began to mock them, saying, “Shout louder, for he is a god! Perhaps he is deep in thought, or he is relieving himself,, or on a journey. Perhaps he is sleeping and must be awakened!” So they shouted louder and cut themselves with knives and lances, as was their custom, until the blood gushed over them. Midday passed, and they kept on raving until the time of the evening sacrifice. But there was no response; no one answered, no one paid attention. 1 Kings 18:16-40


      2. If anyone among you thinks he is religious, and does not bridle his tongue but deceives his own heart, this one’s religion is useless. (James 1:26)


      3. John, people come to this website because they want to find out the truth of what’s going on and to connect with each other. It’s getting more dangerous out there for all of us. So, time is short and this is not a game – look around you. Each one of us here can contribute in a way that’s informative, helpful, or encouraging.

        Taking what others say and twisting it around in a way that is truly snide is not acting out of love. If you can’t challenge people over something they say without behaving like this, then maybe you need to ask yourself and the Lord why you have this anger.

        And I hope you were only joking when you compared yourself to the prophet Elijah, because otherwise, that is not just egotistical – it’s delusional.

        “The heart is deceitful above all things and desperately wicked; who can know it?” (Jeremiah 17:9).

        Take care, brother, that you’re not being deceived by your own heart.

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      4. Having scrolled through all the other comments, my heart goes out to you, all in all, you are flogging a dead horse, when somebody does not want to learn/know anything else they close down and there is nothing you can do about it. I should know, that dead horse you are flogging, I used to flog here too, that’s why it is unlikely you will see this comment.


      5. Okay Julia, enough whining and lamenting. You broke every rule I set for the reader comments and then you want play poor victim. One part of me wants to be gracious enough to let you have another chance to act in a civil manner on here without throwing insults and accusations around at everyone who disagrees with you, but the other side of me realizes Julia will always be Julia and this site has been a lot more civil since you left.

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  2. Whitehead – “…the immediate and very real dangers of the American Police State with its roadside strip searches, government surveillance, biometric databases, citizens being treated like terrorists, imprisonments for criticizing the government, national ID cards, SWAT team raids, censorship, forcible blood draws and DNA extractions, private prisons, weaponized drones, red light cameras, tasers, active shooter drills, police misconduct and government corruption… Police shootings will continue…Police have been outfitted with a litany of surveillance gear, from license plate readers and cell phone tracking devices to biometric data recorders. Technology now makes it possible for the police to scan passersby in order to detect the contents of their pockets, purses, briefcases, etc.”

    If there’s anything I’ve learned in these last three tumultuous years, it’s to no longer take anything at face value including what anyone says. So when I read in this article that John Whitehead was from the Rutherford Institute, I was looking forward to seeing what he had to say, because, after all, their website advertises that they are “nonpartisan, apolitical and committed to the principles enshrined in the Constitution and Bill of Rights.”

    The title of this story looked promising, “American Police State,” so I thought Whitehead would be updating us on the tyranny of the FBI and Justice Department spying on, intimidating and prosecuting innocent Americans, or the abuses of the ATF in unlawfully getting information on law-abiding gun owners. Instead, what I read sounded like an echo chamber for the Democrats’ defund the police movement.

    I get what he’s saying about the NSA and all the spying on every single aspect of the American people, and I have not doubt it’s only going to get worse. This regime in D.C. is determined to ultimately employ China’s extremely efficient total surveillance system including cameras in every conceivable place.

    But is he forgetting that it’s because of our men and women in uniform who are putting their lives on the line 24/7 that he and I and all of us can sit comfortably, safely in our homes and self-righteously dump on these heroes?

    Maybe I took it personally because I have a couple family members who were in the force. My brother-in-law was a big city cop who literally has scars from the battles on the streets. He’s also a former Marine who instilled that same courage and self-sacrifice in his two sons. One of them is a Navy diver who helped retrieve the bodies of those sailors killed in the terrorist attack on the U.S.S. Cole. Many in our local law enforcement are former members of the military.

    I guess I would ask him who he will call if some hoodlum is breaking into his house since he doesn’t trust local law enforcement. The FBI? The ATF? Good luck with that.


    1. I was a 20-year-old college student, in between semesters, working in a convenience store in a big city for a couple months in the summer. As I was shutting things down one night, by myself, a man came out of the shadows from outside the store with a gun pointed at me. He basically wanted everything in the cash register and the safe. Rather than tell the whole story, I will just say that it was so terrifying that my mind began to disassociate and the whole ordeal took on a dream-like quality. After he left, I ran to a nearby house and asked the owners to call the police for me because he’d cut the cord to the store phone. Unfortunately, I couldn’t describe him enough for the police because I was numb during the whole thing, but I was so thankful just to have them there and listen as I related what I went through.

      Again, when I was a college student and had just moved into an apartment by myself, I was awakened in the middle of the night by a man who’d climbed up onto my second floor balcony and was trying to get into my bedroom. I didn’t have a phone and started screaming. The people in the apartment below heard me and called the police. By that time, the intruder had jumped off the balcony and gotten away. I can’t tell you how comforting it was to have those guys in blue come into my apartment and check things out. They were honestly concerned for me and wanted to make sure I was ok.

      Who do you think put down those mass shooters in the schools, the malls, the churches, nightclubs, theaters? Who is getting the drug dealers, gang members, murderers, robbers, rapists, off the streets?

      Most of the time we take for granted everything they do.


    2. Hello Anna, Leo only objectively described the current problems in the United States, he did not target all the police.

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      1. hi2584733592020 – “Hello Anna, Leo only objectively described the current problems in the United States, he did not target all the police.”

        No doubt you as well as everyone else here has by now heard about the Durham report results on the blatant ideological weaponization, rampant corruption, and tyrannical overreach of our FEDERAL law enforcement – FBI and Justice Department, as well as the evidence from FBI whistleblowers testifying before congressional Republicans. Here are a couple good Newsweek stories on the latter:

        “Whistleblower Warns: ‘The FBI Will Crush You’” (May 18, 2023)

        “Rep Jim Jordan: ‘The FBI Targeted Whistleblowers and Americans’”

        Rep. Kat Cammack, R-Fla, a member of the House Judiciary’s Select Committee on the Weaponization of the Federal Government said the following:

        “If you are a parent, and you attend a school board meeting, there could be an FBI agent in the parking lot scribbling down your license plate number. This is not a conspiracy theory. This is actually testimony that these brave whistleblowers have given us.”

        “That is not the America that I know. If you are a Catholic, and you want to attend Catholic Mass, perhaps there is an informant inside reporting on what you are doing inside. This is the thing that novels are written about.”

        Also on the Committee, Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz said that these whistleblowers “…saw those bad acts… They stepped forward. They were retaliated against and crushed as a consequence.”

        But is this really anything new to us? We saw the weaponization of federal law agencies during the time Trump was in the White House, when the Republicans had begun gathering all the information they needed and had all the power required for actually doing something about it. What happened? Nothing.

        Is there any reason why we should hope that this latest flurry over Durham’s findings and the testimonies of courageous agents who’ve stepped forward will result in any consequential results like indictments or at the very least, firing all the top echelons of the FBI and Justice Department, cleaning house and initiating reforms in those entities?

        Please, someone, give me a reason to believe why we should.

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      2. Leo – “I wish I could, Anna, but I, like you, do not foresee anyone being held to account.”

        Leo, there are several good articles in The Federalist on what’s happened with the FBI, but two stood out for me for being really insightful into the malaise that is plaguing that agency as well as this country:

        “Don’t Miss The Most Damning Durham Finding,” Margot Cleveland (5/17/23)

        “The Unspoken Warning In The Durham Report: American Self-Government Is Collapsing,” John Daniel Davidson (5/18/23)

        Cleveland points out “…the inexcusable targeting of a political opponent cannot be prevented absent a curing of the corrupted hearts and minds of law enforcement and intelligence agencies.”

        Davidson quotes her in his article, and goes even further:

        “It’s easy to look at the Durham report and conclude that the problem is just with a handful of bad apples in the federal intelligence agencies. But the rot goes much deeper than that. People like Comey and Brennan and the legions of corrupt agents and bureaucrats under them were produced by an American society that has lost its way, that has become unmoored from the morality that sustains our system of government and inculcates virtue in our citizenry.

        New rules and regulations won’t be enough. Nor will it be enough to defund or disband the FBI. Unless we rediscover the moral virtue necessary for self-government, we will descend, bit by bit, into tyranny. And one day we will look back at the Durham report and understand that it wasn’t just an indictment of the FBI but an indictment of us all — and a harbinger of the end of our republic.”

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      3. In spite of the fact that the Republicans have been very publicly investigating the weaponization of the FBI and Justice Department in their witch hunts of innocent Americans labeled as “domestic terrorists,” and although Border Patrol agents have caught seven people on the terror watch list in this month alone, Garland is about to enforce restrictions on law enforcement going after actual terrorists.

        According to an article in the Daily Caller, on May 25, in honor of the death of George Floyd, the Justice Department will release its revised 2014 Guidance for Federal Law Enforcement Agencies Regarding the “Use of Race, Ethnicity, Gender, National Origin, Religion, Sexual Orientation, or Gender Identity” in which they’ve added “nationality to its list of protected characteristics”:

        They want to prohibit agents “from taking into account” any of these ‘actual or perceived’ characteristics in a suspect.” This will also limit “their ability to infiltrate foreign terrorist organizations…Agents will no longer be able to use ethnicity when developing sources within foreign terrorist organizations.”

        Furthermore, they have meddled with the previous distinction between “routine or spontaneous” law enforcement practices, which enabled more freedom for agents, by deciding to “remove the distinction and apply the guidelines across the board,” and they will also no longer allow the identifying of “high crime areas” and “using community crime statistics” to target specific areas in investigations.

        Finally, they want these guidelines to apply not just for federal, but for state and local law enforcement as well.

        What does this all tell you about any fear they may have of concrete action against them by the Republicans?

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      4. Leo – “I wish I could, Anna, but I, like you, do not foresee anyone being held to account.”

        I just saw this story and it’s exactly what I was talking about:

        Rep. Comer: FBI Doesn’t ‘Respect Anyone in Congress’

        And now that they’ve formed their committees, investigated, raised enough dust, shouted and made threats so that they appease their constituents back home, what are they doing now? Back to Mr. Nice Guy.

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      5. hi2584733592020 – “Hello Anna, Leo only objectively described the current problems in the United States, he did not target all the police.”

        If you carefully re-read my comments you’ll notice that I quoted the words of Whitehead, not Leo.

        I don’t expect you or anyone else here to understand why I had such a strong reaction to this story. One of the details I omitted in my follow up comments about being held up at gunpoint when I was a young college student, is that as soon as the robber got into the store, he took his mask off. At that point, I really believed he did it because he was intending to kill me, so I would never be able to identify him anyway. There had been other employees of convenience stores in the chain I worked for that had been killed during robberies.

        I froze and all mind could focus on was the color of his eyes (bluish green) and his black revolver. He kept reassuring me, “I’m not going to hurt you,” as he ordered me to turn off all the lights I would customarily turn off and do everything I would normally do when closing down. There was a point, when we were sitting on the floor and he told me to open the safe, (which was in the floor), that he put his gun down. For a few fleeting seconds, I thought about the idea of grabbing it, but I believe it was the Lord who gave me the impulse not to do it.

        When I told him it was only the daytime manager who knew the combination (which was true), he didn’t believe me at first, and kept demanding that I do that. My heart was already sinking. To be quite honest, I never even thought about praying during this whole experience. It was too surreal, and all I seemed capable of doing was obeying his commands, and looking at the gun.
        Finally, he had to reconcile himself to only getting the cash register contents. He told me to stay in the store and not come out for five minutes, as he left.

        Some people would have the presence of mind to try to look for identifying marks like tattoos, memorize what clothes they were wearing or any details that could help the police. I was too numb to do any of that, so I couldn’t help them catch him. But the fact that I did tell them he seemed to know everything I had to do when closing down the store led them to believe it could have been a former employee. I don’t know if they ever caught him.

        So, because of the trauma of what I had just experienced, which I’ve now tried to describe to you, I don’t think anyone could imagine the immediate depth of relief and comfort I felt being in the presence of men who did care about me, about my life and who were there to protect – not harm me. They couldn’t erase the effects of that experience, but they gave me hope that were good people in this world.

        So I was not trying to impugn Leo. The memories of these two experiences I related in my followup comments have been engraved in my heart, and I had a real visceral reaction to Whitehead’s comments.


      6. Anna, all I can say is, a lot has changed in law enforcement over the last 20 years. While there are still some good cops out there, most today just work for a pay check and follow orders. I trust elected sheriffs and small town police chiefs more than medium and big city chiefs, who work at the pleasure of the mayors, most of whom are corrupt democrats. So while it varies based on your location, there’s a lot of totally corrupt, totally politicized police forces out there and they are armed with very invasive technology, which is what Mr. Whitehead is warning us about. And guess where the top officers at these local agencies get their training? Yeah, the FBI. They also get more federal funding than they ever did back in 70s and 80s or even 90s. All I can say is, unless you know a cop personally, don’t trust them. I know a few who I do trust and even they tell me, “don’t trust the cops. Do not volunteer information to them.”

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      7. Leo, I think we can agree to respectfully disagree on this. Personally, it’s hard for me to imagine what it must be like for men and women on the front lines in the combat zones, having to deal with people who’d just as soon shoot you as look at you. Even a routine traffic stop can be a life or death experience for a cop. And it must be a slap in the face when they put their lives on the line to bring in criminals who get coddled and even released by liberal, corrupt, Soros-funded DA’s. But it’s not just medium and big city chiefs influenced by democrats, it’s also the city councils and state legislators they sometimes have to contend with.

        In the northeastern blue state that my husband and I left behind to move to our big red state, in what had once been a beautiful, peaceful college town, the historic shopping district eventually turned into a place of increased assaults, random shootings, and even a couple of gun battles after the city council voted to defund the police. When the liberal state legislators started making moves to legalize marijuana, the police pleaded with them not to do that, but of course they did it anyway, and now pot shops pervade scenic old towns while they put impaired drivers on the road. I hardly read the news for my home state anymore because the metamorphosis is so distressing.

        I think the tough job of our men and women in local law enforcement is only getting tougher because of the efforts of this current regime to hamstring them and flood this country with more criminals from our open northern and southern borders.


      8. Anna, I covered the crime beat for decades in several areas of Michigan, Georgia and North Carolina before I became a national journalist and what I found generally is that the local cops are only as good as the politicians who sign their paychecks. And, as I already alluded in my previous comment, local agencies have also been increasingly federalized over the last 20-plus years. Some big city agencies have actually been taken over by the US Justice Department through consent orders that the cities signed in order to avoid civil rights lawsuits by the DOJ. And now they’ve been armed to the hilt with all kinds of invasive tech. They have devices, for example, that can download and steal all the contents of your cellphone in seconds without you even knowing it. Yes, there are still good ones out there but you cannot assume every cop you come in contact with is going to be one of the good guys. Look what they did to Kyle Rittenhouse in Kenosha. Look what they did to that couple in St. Louis who was just trying to protect their own property from a roving mob of BLM crazies. Again, I’m not saying all are bad, but I believe the quality of city police departments depends on the politicians who hire and fire the police chiefs. As the quality of leadership has eroded in most American cities over the years so has the quality of policing. Bad guys running the cities and increased dependence on the feds for training and grant funding are what’s driving local police agencies to the dark side.


      9. Leo – “Anna, I covered the crime beat for decades in several areas of Michigan, Georgia and North Carolina before I became a national journalist and what I found generally is that the local cops are only as good as the politicians who sign their paychecks…Some big city agencies have actually been taken over by the US Justice Department through consent orders that the cities signed in order to avoid civil rights lawsuits by the DOJ…As the quality of leadership has eroded in most American cities over the years so has the quality of policing.”

        My brother-in-law was a cop in Atlanta for many years. I don’t know how my sister found peace of mind seeing him off every morning (or evening). Did you get a chance to ride with some in their patrol cars for a few nights? That would be a real eye-opener for anyone and I would love to hear their experiences.

        So the DOJ basically blackmailed these cities. They have a really, really big bag of tricks.

        “…eroded…Quality of policing” – Yes, I can imagine that it’s getting harder to protect and serve adequately when your ranks are being reduced by idiots in the mayor’s offices or city councils or when being told to stand down and not react to certain situations like anarchistic groups staging a “peaceful” protest, meanwhile the floodgates have been opened to convicted felons, terrorists, drug and sex traffickers from 140+ countries. They are struggling to keep up with the increasing tide of evil and are much like the boy with his finger in the dike.

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      10. I read your story, and it’s truly frightening and wrong what happened to that woman, plus it’s the first I’ve ever heard of these fusion centers. But, Leo, I’d like to end with a few final thoughts.

        “Most today just work for a pay check and follow orders.” If true, isn’t it a little masochistic of them to want to make their money as a cop since every time they put that uniform on, they have a bulls-eye on their back for getting shot at, stabbed, slugged, or at the very least reviled?

        “Most state and local cops have been federalized.” If they’ve gone over to the dark side, what interest would they have in stopping those who do the darkest deeds: murderers, rapists, traffickers, etc.?

        Last one – don’t forget, they’re also first responders like medical crews and firemen. When my friend lost control of her little Volkswagon bug, and all four of us had to crawl out of an overturned car, we were really grateful when the state trooper arrived to help while we were waiting for an ambulance.


      11. Again, I’m not saying all are bad. I am simply warning folks to not put cart blanch faith or trust in someone just because they’re wearing a uniform. I’ve seen too much. I’ve documented too much. It’s not always warm and fuzzy with the men in blue like we picture it in our minds. If I don’t warn people of this weak spot in our American conservative Christian psyche, and it is a weak point that will be exploited in the years ahead, then it’s on me. That’s why I post articles very occasionally by John Whitehead. My readers cannot say they weren’t warned.

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      12. Although I know things are going to get worse as prophesied, in the meantime I take comfort in knowing that while they still have the resources, our police are a solid wall between us and the very worst elements of society during these dark times. Thanks for sharing your perspective with me, Leo.


      13. It is a perspective you won’t get from the msm, that’s for sure. I never bought the talking points of “defund the police.” That was a temporary slogan based on a political stunt geared toward achieving a revolutionary goal. Why would leftists and globalists want to defund and destroy the police when leftists the world over love police? They did not want to defund police, at least not long term, they wanted to purge and remake the police as tools in their future police state. In order to do that, you need to drive the good cops out of the profession and then replace them with low integrity people who will simply take orders. Once that’s accomplished you won’t hear anything more about “defund the police.” You never heard “defund the FBI” from the left because the FBI had already been purged by Obama and is run by evil gangsters with yes-men under them.

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      14. Leo – “Leftists the world over love police.” I guess leftists like Antifa and BLM didn’t get that memo.

        It’ obvious that the criminals who are in charge of our government in D.C. would like nothing more than to drive a wedge between the American people and local law enforcement. Then they would have citizens who would feel they couldn’t trust anyone and could be easily herded in whatever direction these despots wanted. At the same time they would tell our officers, “See how ungrateful these people are? Don’t you realize now that we’re you’re only allies?” Divide and conquer.

        I think our men and women in uniform really could use our prayers because they’re up against more now than ever, not only with the flood of adversaries pouring in through our borders but the policies at local, state and mostly federal levels that leave them in dangerous positions. Here’s a reminder of the price they pay:

        “National police memorial groups are reporting a sharp increase in the number of officers killed in the line of duty this year, as authorities in California search for an immigrant living in the U.S. illegally who is suspected of killing a small-town police officer early Wednesday. ”

        “According to data released Thursday by the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund, 144 federal, state and local officers have died in line of duty this year, compared with 129 in 2017 — an 11.6 percent increase.”

        And yes, Leo, I still call them “heroes.”


      15. Good cops are heroes to me as well. My concerns are not with the good ones. My concerns are that as our nation becomes less free, more technocratic and dictatorial, that we will see more good cops rooted out, leaving us with the low-integrity officers who will follow any order, like the cops who served under other totalitarian regimes. Remember, China is the model. Klaus Schwab and Bill Gates have told us that.
        And my comment about “leftists” does not include paid low-lifes who participate street mobs — these are what Lenin called useful idiots. When I say “leftists,” I’m talking about the intellectuals and members of the professional class who make up the globalist power elites within the establishment. We are clearly speaking two different languages on this topic because you are not understanding where I’m coming from at all. Your thinking on this particular issue seems hopelessly mired in the 1980s, which is a type of normalcy bias I try to detach myself from. I would not be devoting this much time to this issue if I didn’t think it was going to be important going forward for the Body of Christ. And it’s not just police, by the way. Every profession has been corrupted by the globalists and Covid proved just how successful they have been. Just like I no longer trust police, I no longer trust journalists, medical professionals, academics, the military, or members of the education establishment! These professions have all been infiltrated and ruined by the forces of darkness and it’s only going to get worse. Only God can save us, not the police, not the politicians, not the military.

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      16. Leo –“We are clearly speaking two different languages on this topic because you are not understanding where I’m coming from at all. Your thinking on this particular issue seems hopelessly mired in the 1980s…”

        Yes, we are speaking two different languages here from two different perspectives. I’m not a seasoned journalist like you who’s been around the block. But you also are not someone like me who’s been on the other side of a gun, or had an assailant try to break into their bedroom in the middle of the night.

        Also, if you assume that one’s perspective can have stubborn roots in a certain time period, would you at least consider that John Whitehead may be stuck in the 70s regarding his view of our police, given the opening statement of his 1973 interview with Bill Clinton, posted on The Rutherford Institute:

        “I suppose everyone believes in miracles, but nothing could’ve saved George McGovern from defeat in 1972. To those of us who knew the empty feeling that accompanied the McGovern defeat, Bill Clinton could possibly be the reinstatement of the people’s candidate.”

        Click to access Whitehead_Clinton_Inteview.pdf

        I’m sure he was disappointed in Clinton, but that “empty feeling” from the defeat of the “people’s candidate” McGovern? Not so for conservatives at that time. Definitely “yes” if you were onboard with the democrat establishment with its anti-war movement, anti-police sentiment of that era.

        Leo, like you I strongly believe that we’re facing an absolute juggernaut of evil in this government and its global overlords because they’re trying to pervert or destroy all that is good and noble in every sector of society and human experience. It’s overwhelming! That’s how they bring a country to its knees in order to be assimilated into their one-world government and it reflects the whole twisted, deceitful philosophy of “build back better.”

        What they’re trying to do to our police is what they’re also trying to do to our military. Is it any wonder that so many police officers are retiring early or quitting or that our defense establishment is dealing with the worst recruitment numbers in decades?

        All I’m trying to say here is that it takes a certain amount of guts to put on the uniforms of law enforcement (and of our armed forces) these days, so I would ask everyone to please keep these people in your prayers, because they not only have enemies without, they have them within.

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      17. There is nothing you said here that I would disagree with. I think we actually see the world similarly but we just approached this particular topic from different angles. God bless you Anna!


      18. Thank you, Leo. My last words on this issue, because these sum up everything I’ve been trying to say.

        Because my perspective is coming from that of being a crime victim, not solely from someone with family members who were in law enforcement, most readers just know people like me as a statistic they see in some article or report.

        I never shared with my parents or sisters these experiences – just with the police at that time and decades later with my husband, son and his wife, and a few close friends. Last night I was feeling depressed after remembering and describing these incidents, but today it’s slowly going away.

        So I don’t know if any words that I’ve written so far can convey the sense of terror and helplessness you feel in situations like these, especially the one at gunpoint, or the indescribable sense of relief and comfort and thankfulness you also feel when people show up who you know are there to protect you.

        That’s it! God bless you, too, Leo!

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      19. Call me “megaphobic.” I don’t trust anything big after the past 3 years. Any powerful, uber rich institution is generally corrupt (having allied itself with the Davos crowd.) The journalists, doctors, nurses, city police, professors almost have to be corrupt to work within the systems too. Public educators are becoming more this way–at least in cities.


      20. Rachel – “Call me “megaphobic.” I don’t trust anything big after the past 3 years. Any powerful, uber rich institution is generally corrupt (having allied itself with the Davos crowd.) The journalists, doctors, nurses, city police, professors almost have to be corrupt to work within the systems too. Public educators are becoming more this way–at least in cities.”

        “Mega” – that’s the whole plan – gobble up small businesses and small banks into huge corporations and central banks, create an absolute juggernaut that’s composed of all sectors – business, educational, government, medical, federalized law enforcement, media, etc., all in lock step with the goals of the WEF.

        But sometimes that can backfire. Because many big cities are democrat run, they have idiot policies that raise costs and crime, while they lower standards of living for residents.

        For example, in 2021, democrat mayor London Breed defunded the San Francisco police department by $120 million and then a year later when violent crime rates were exploding, she asked officers to get out there and get tough.

        Now, two years later, violent crimes are still skyrocketing, and San Francisco City Supervisor Hillary Ronen, another brain dead donkey party member, begged in March for more police presence especially in her district, after previously calling for their defunding.

        I don’t know how the police manage to keep the majority of violent felons out of folks’ homes, given either the stupid decisions by city officials or deliberate meddling with law enforcement’s ability to fight crime by the White House, but they do. At least for now, until the combination of the flood of foreign criminals pouring through our borders and the increased audacity of miscreants in this country emboldened by liberal D.A.’s becomes totally overwhelming.


      21. The globalists are killing their staunchest sycophants in large numbers. And their plan for world domination requires enough useful idiots remaining to greet their offers of “help” with tears of gratitude when it’s over. However those who are awake have an edge in survival. Especially since we are uniting.
        A miscalculation on Mr. Global’s part? An unavoidable cost that he planned for in advance with death camps and persecutions?
        Or is the plan from Satan himself who doesn’t share Mr. Global’s goals (since he knows the kingdom will be very short lived) but wants as many souls damned as possible before his power is taken away.


      22. Rachel – “Or is the plan from Satan himself who doesn’t share Mr. Global’s goals (since he knows the kingdom will be very short lived) but wants as many souls damned as possible before his power is taken away.”

        “…very short lived…before his power is taken away.” You got it. That’s why he’s agitating them to get everything done at such a frantic pace. And, yes – his goal since he deceived Eve has been to hurt the heart of God and separate as many from Him as possible.

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      23. Anna says:
        May 23, 2023 at 8:55 am

        RE: “…very short lived…before his (Satan’s) power is taken away.” You got it. That’s why he’s agitating them to get everything done at such a frantic pace. And, yes – his goal since he deceived Eve has been to hurt the heart of God and separate as many from Him as possible.

        Is God’s infinitely omnipotent and omniscient heart vulnerable to being demonically attacked and harmfully damaged via a deluded ‘goal’ of Satan’s kingdom of darkness? Does the finite angel of death’s deceptive darkness have demonic power to overcome and harm the Holy Spiritual Light/Truth of his Creator’s heart? NO! But…Socialism’s Satanic kingdom of darkness will successfully accomplish its global UN reset ‘goal’ to separate the Devil’s hypocrite ‘Xian’ goats and Socialistically-Secured foolish virgins, snatching them out of Christ’s holy Bride.

        “I already told you (i.e. telling the Devil’s self-righteous ‘Xianized’ goats),” Jesus replied, “but you did not believe. The works I do in My Father’s name testify on My behalf. But because you are not My sheep, you refuse to believe. My sheep listen to My voice; I know them, and they follow Me. I give them eternal life, and they will never perish. No one can snatch them out of My hand. My Father who has given them to Me is greater than all. No one can snatch them out of My Father’s hand. I and the Father are one.”
        John 10:26


    3. Scanning purses, wallets: We recently got RFID wallets and I have a small metal case for cr./debit cards. No way they can scan an rfid wallet. Some purses are rfid, but a wallet should be enough for dr. license and debit cards, insurance cards. Everyone needs rfid protection/ID theft protection. Best to check outlet stores for name brand wallets like Columbia and Ralph Lauren. Husband was victim of Equifax hackers in 2017. We froze our credit (4 cr bureaus) immediately and did class action. Since retired we don’t finance anything anyway. A freeze does not block getting a credit score.


  3. Those who have studied globalism for decades, know there is no politicial solution. Those that run to get elected in both parties are globalist puppets or they wouldn’t be allowed to run. This goes for congress and those appointed to departments (State dep, DOJ, etc). Once in office they have to take orders from chain of command even tho’ they want to say no or have another plan.. This has been going on since W.Wilson took office.

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  4. Brilliant Synopsis Of YOUR STAND YOUR TAKE YOUR CHOICE..Im with You!!! Im standing on my hill and will fall on my hill,( not nobody elses) when My time comes.


  5. Look at all the Rhino Republicans calling for military on the border??
    How soon before they move off the border with military checkpoints and unconstitutional searchs and detainments into the inner cities etc?
    Braindead is following orders well…it’s even above Obama’s pay grade


  6. There are so many ways to describe it all; a theater, a stage prop, a puppet show, a distraction, an act, and so on. Meanwhile they have all the resources they need in place and all the tools to carry out their agendas. All of this is yet more of it. One example that is minor is when they started beating the drums about wasting paper and they got rid of plastic bags and straws and people were encouraged to do all their billing and such online…. yet when you opened your mailbox you still needed a wagon to haul off all the bulk junk mail you got every day from the corporations doing their advertising…. you do tend to smell a rat.

    Well all these things do come and go, the Trump drama, the debt ceiling, covid, russia and ukraine, and on it goes. I think of that song that runs through such events in fast motion. I’m not saying there is no need for concern. It will get worse and it has a destination point, their agenda and the end times events. I just know how to pick my battles. I also know all I can do is my part. And I know that this was all prophesied and will come to pass, regardless of if I put up a big hissy fit or not. I know when things are just a smoke screen to get people all worked up into a frenzy. So as each parade came marching by, I just sat up on my balcony far removed from all the drama, but watching it all as I am surrounded by by flower garden, enjoying a nice breeze, and sipping my ice coffee unhindered…. while all the world has gone mad. They got all worked up over the politics either for or against Trump, the roller coaster ride, and the let down at the end. Now they are ready to board the next roller coaster without so much as batting an eyelash. Have fun, but I’ll stay right here thank you.

    When my hill to die on arrives, I will be ready, and that is what I’m saving up all my passion for.


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    1. 1blandina – “And I know that this was all prophesied and will come to pass…”

      Dawnlaugh to Rachel – “I am saying a prayer for you tonight that you will not choose to let bad news overwhelm you for very long.”

      Kay to Rachel – “We should all limit the time we spend reading about all the terrible things that are happening!”

      For months now since the November elections, I’ve been more focused on what’s happening around me than I have on the Lord, so I’ve been experiencing a certain amount of distress, anger, and fear. I don’t know how Leo does what he does – researching in depth and writing about events today that can only be described as Satanically driven fast and furiously by demonic leaders. I would not be able to do that on a consistent basis and still keep my head on straight or my heart afloat.

      In this latest story by him, a couple memories I had of being on the receiving end of criminal acts which I wrote about here, also stirred up the memory of another incident which happened before the other two, where as a young woman who foolishly accepted a ride from a young man, I had to physically fight off a would-be rapist. This time I was praying, and the Lord answered my pleas and sent someone to rescue me from what would have been a pretty horrible experience.

      Like so many other readers here, I come to this website (and to other conservative or Christian ones) because I want to know what’s going on so I won’t be taken by surprise, as well as to have contact with other believers. I guess that after my experiences, I’ve developed a healthy desire to be fully aware for the sake of survival.

      It’s still taking me a little time to shake off the feelings that resurfaced after sharing about those two incidents and remembering the other one. It doesn’t help that I’ve also been chasing after news related to stories being covered. So I’m going to take the good wisdom offered by 1blandina, Dawnlaugh and Kay, and more than ever try to get my eyes back on Him and His Word. If I can, I’ll contribute every now and then on this website, but at the same time will make a greater effort to balance whatever I write with the perspective that He is, after all, on the throne.

      “I was watching in the night visions,
      And behold, One like the Son of Man,
      Coming with the clouds of heaven!
      He came to the Ancient of Days,
      And they brought Him near before Him.
      Then to Him was given dominion and glory and a kingdom,
      That all peoples, nations, and languages should serve Him.
      His dominion is an everlasting dominion,
      Which shall not pass away,
      And His kingdom the one
      Which shall not be destroyed.” (Daniel 7:13-14)

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  7. Looks hopeless to me. This looks like Judgment Day coming for us and for lots of reasons. Our sins must be stinking to high heaven.

    The only way the Germans got free of the Nazi regime was to get bombed into the Stone Age. Not that many of them were looking to get free, so when Judgment came for them, they had to get utterly flattened to exorcise those demons. Will it be the same for us??? ( I don’t imagine that either Russia or China (if we foolishly go to war with either or both) will have a Marshall Plan to help us dig out of our rubble.)

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    1. Judgment Day looks a lot like Reward Day for evil doers. There is no correlation between guilt and the suffering and destruction befalling. The vile and haughty shall be blessed and inherit the earth.
      Will God bother to save humanity from extinction? I struggle to pray. I expect to perish soon with countless others. God doesn’t care about us nobodies.
      If God really cared about our cultural sins He would punish those who commit them. Not heap endless riches, honor and power on them. Not bless and reward those who lead the nations into evil. That is all I see going on. Rewarding evil and punishing innocence.
      Neither justice nor mercy anywhere. Nothing we do matters. Including prayers which God does not respond to.


      1. Hi Rachel. I’m sorry you seem to be in a deep valley. Those are difficult to say the least. God does care-even the smallest sparrow doesn’t fall without His knowledge. Our ways are not His ways.
        It all gets overwhelming. Just breathe and know that there is always that remnant of His people. Nothing new under the sun and I firmly believe this too will pass. Saying an extra prayer for you tonight that you will not choose to let all the bad news overwhelm you.

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      2. Hi Rachel. I am sorry you seem to be in a deep valley at the moment. Those are difficult places to be.
        God does care-not even a sparrow falls that He doesn’t know about. Our ways are not His ways. I have to remind myself that there is nothing new under the sun when evil seems to be winning and I am overwhelmed. Just breathe and know that He always has His remnant. I am saying a prayer for you tonight that you will not choose to let bad news overwhelm you for very long.


      3. Rachel, the slough of despond is a terrible place to be. And it’s not where God wants us. In such times, the Bible is our friend. There are so many stories of people who struggled on for years and decades believing God despite everything they saw around them. Chapter 11 of Hebrews, the faith chapter, recounts many of them. God gave us His Word, in part, to encourage us in difficult times. We need to avail ourselves of His provision and keep our eyes on Jesus. If the promises Jesus made did not hold true in the blackest of times, then He would be a liar. Yet we know that He is faithful. He is the way, the truth, and the life. Immerse yourself in the Bible, give your despair to God, and He will lift you up.

        We should all limit the time we spend reading about all the terrible things that are happening!

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      4. Rachel—I wanted to think over my reply to your comment. I don’t want to just offer something trite. I understand how you feel, but I think you are drawing wrong conclusions. Conclusions that seem to voice a deep despair and is perilously close to atheism.

        The evil prosper in this world but their only reward is whatever they take from this world, which is all perishable. Their riches rust and the moth eats—time takes apart everything. And when the rich die, they take nothing with them in the grave. God is not heaping riches and spoil upon them, He never rewards them; they are thieves, they take it. While our corrupt earthly justice lets them off, in the end they will not escape death and judgment.

        Remember that God created us in his image. You, too. That means He sets an extremely high value on us. Think about what that means—how momentous. And even though we all have sinned, He loves us because we are like Him, like children are like their parents. Jesus, His Son, suffered at the cross for the sake of love for mankind. That’s our model, so when you suffer (for any reason) think what your suffering can be used for. Is it for love? Or is it like the unbelievers, who see no value in the suffering, are frightened by it and strike out against others or God in their fear, seeking to avoid it? As Christians we are called to embody Christ in ourselves, including his Cross, however that comes into our lives. It’s your choice how you use your suffering.

        This is not to say to expect martyrdom anytime soon. Very, very likely this will not occur to you personally. Probably few in this country will suffer any direct persecution. Will the future be troubled? Yes—we see our nation falling apart and we seem powerless to stop it. Hard times are coming, but we as a nation had hard times before. In earthly terms, our situation seems hopeless to fix and maybe like the Israelites who were carried off to Babylon for their sins, we may see something similar. But note that after the Israelite exiles came back from Babylon, they never dabbled in idolatry again. They learned their lesson and began to seriously look for the Messiah. We must learn our lesson and begin to look seriously for that Messiah to come again. God will not destroy humanity that he made in his image, but he will use suffering to conform us to that Image in all of its glory, beyond all suffering.

        What we do matters. How we use our suffering, how we pray and maintain our faith to pray, whether or not we see the answer to our prayers. God hears us. Our knowing that fact and believing in His love makes all the difference in the world. So take heart and resist your fears.

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      5. Thank you for this message Kayjae, for Rachel and for all of us. It is timely and pertinent for all Western Christians. It’s easy to devolve into sadness when we see things falling apart around us. But individually we can still run the race well, if we are able to get out of ourselves and stay focused on Him.

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      6. Conservative type activites decades before internet (attending meetings, passing out literature, informing others, giving out cassette tapes, inviting others to hear a speaker) all seemed in vain for parent’s generation, those who raised the baby boomers. Fast forward: late 70’s onward my generation of those informed did as parents, decades later even more with computers w/ internet emails sending out articles, videos as more websites came online informing the masses. I spoke to some this week likeminded realizing years of getting out info. has utterly failed overall. Society doesn’t seem worth perpetuating at this point because of all the evil happening everywhere, and the fact still only a tiny percentage “gets it”. Several I know have thrown in the towel/admited defeat way before covid crisis.


      7. I was very downcast when I posted that. Eventually God will fix everything. But I agree with John MacArthur that it is too late to save America. The church failed to evangelize and the soil was too hard and stony for the seeds that were scattered to grow.
        America is not a Christian nation now. And calling it one is an insult to Jesus Christ. For those conservatives who would tell me off I say, Look at all the stuff you loudly condemn. Swindling, drugs, perversion, murders, witchcraft. It’s going on everywhere with most people participating in it or enabling it to some degree. Most self styled Christians are more worried about the approval of godless celebrities on TV and SM than the approval of God Himself.
        This became painfully clear in 2020.


      8. John MacArthur may be right. Maybe America as we’ve known it can’t be saved. Maybe it shouldn’t because it is so corrupt now.

        But I don’t lose hope because I have seen something in the younger generations that I didn’t see much in older generations (boomer and older). The older generations, especially boomers, dumped a lot of the old ways and traditions and thereafter just spiritually wandered around aimlessly, more interested in entertaining church services. Tolerating insipid church music, sermons that were more psychological than spiritual, and lots of social justice issues (conservative or liberal as the case may be). Having celebrities instead of saints (that Frankie Schaeffer complained of).

        But some of the younger generation are very interested in traditional Christianity, Christianity of the Early Church Fathers. They are coming to Orthodoxy and traditional Catholicism (perhaps what corresponds to this in Protestantism is maybe revival of Puritan literature). They are looking for the old ways, non-modernist ways of thinking, something serious that requires a lot of prayer, and deeper spiritual understanding, and deeper devotional praxis. A nearly monastic commitment. All of which goes very much against the secularist grain of modernism/post-modernism. To me, it all appears like a budding flower and so whatever happens to America, there will be this garden of believers who will carry on ancient ways of worship, keeping Christian worship alive. Just like how Russian Orthodoxy survived severe persecution and near extinction and is now flowering in Russia and spreading in its missions around the globe. I look at that example and have hope we can do the same. I help it where I can.

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    2. RE: Our sins must be stinking to high heaven.
      “Take a whiff on me, that ain’t no rose
      Roll up your window and hold your nose
      You don’t have to look and you don’t have to see
      ‘Cause you can feel it in your olfactory.”
      (From the novelty song Dead Skunk, by Loudon Wainwright III.)


  8. John Whitehead is an absolute scholar and right on target. BTW, would you be interested in being a guest on my radio program? Sent from Truth to Ponder Mobile


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