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Thursday, October 10, 2013

Gestapo' tactics meet senior citizens at Yellowstone

Prophecy Sign:  The global surveillance/police state

It is a very sad state of affairs to watch what is happening to our neighbor to the south of us, (we live in Canada).  To watch the growing police thuggery that seems to be growing at an exponential rate in all aspects of American life.  From police thugs using "Gestapo" tactics against elderly tourists in a national park, to heavy handed thugs intimidating miners in Alaska to regular every day so called officers of the law who treat incarcerated civilians with detest and use excessive force whenever they feel like it, (see video below - we constantly see these kinds of videos on a weekly basis).

What is happening to America?  It is fast developing a police state structure that would make the German Stazi or the former Soviet KGB green with envy.  But this is entirely biblical and prophetic as the bible warns that the Antichrist will have authority over all peoples of the world and will have authority to kill them if they refuse to take his mark of allegiance.  This can not happen without there first being a structure in place that can be co-opted and utilized for these future brutal purposes.  Sorry to say America, (and the rest of the world), it's only going to get worse.  Your only escape is through the calling home of the Church of Jesus Christ, (which will occur prior to the Antichrist taking authority over the world.)  Make your commitment to Jesus Christ now before it's too late.

It was given power to wage war against God's holy people and to conquer them. And it was given authority over every tribe, people, language and nation. Revelation 13:7 NIV

Gestapo' tactics meet senior citizens at Yellowstone
Pat Vaillancourt went on a trip last week that was intended to showcase some of America’s greatest treasures. Instead, the Salisbury resident said she and others on her tour bus witnessed an ugly spectacle that made her embarrassed, angry and heartbroken for her country. Vaillancourt was one of thousands of people who found themselves in a national park as the federal government shutdown went into effect on Oct. 1. For many hours her tour group, which included senior citizen visitors from Japan, Australia, Canada and the United States, were locked in a Yellowstone National Park hotel under armed guard. The tourists were treated harshly by armed park employees, she said, so much so that some of the foreign tourists with limited English skills thought they were under arrest.

The Park Police
The conduct of the National Park Service over the last week might be the biggest scandal of the Obama administration. This is an expansive claim, of course. Benghazi, Fast and Furious, the IRS, the NSA, the HHS mandate​—​this is an administration that has not lacked for appalling abuses of power. And we still have three years to go. Even so, consider the actions of the National Park Service since the government shutdown began. People first noticed what the NPS was up to when the World War II Memorial on the National Mall was “closed.” Just to be clear, the memorial is an open plaza. There is nothing to operate. Sometimes there might be a ranger standing around. But he’s not collecting tickets or opening gates. Putting up barricades and posting guards to “close” the World War II Memorial takes more resources and manpower than “keeping it open.”

Gold miners near Chicken cry foul over 'heavy-handed' EPA raids

When agents with the Alaska Environmental Crimes Task Force surged out of the wilderness around the remote community of Chicken wearing body armor and jackets emblazoned with POLICE in big, bold letters, local placer miners didn’t quite know what to think. Did it really take eight armed men and a squad-size display of paramilitary force to check for dirty water? Some of the miners, who run small businesses, say they felt intimidated. Others wonder if the actions of the agents put everyone at risk. When your family business involves collecting gold far from nowhere, unusual behavior can be taken as a sign someone might be trying to stage a robbery. How is a remote placer miner to know the people in the jackets saying POLICE really are police? Miners suggest it might have been better all around if officials had just shown up at the door -- as they used to do -- and said they wanted to check the water. 

Video Captures Cop's Alleged Excessive Force Against Chicago Woman

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