Friday, October 23, 2009

God's Will


Sometimes, for the Truthseekers, the present situation looks so bleak, it seems as if the criminals will never be brought to justice. Their evil plan is just too conniving and insidious. The populace is too dumbed down. Sometimes it seems that evil is bound to triumph, that people won't use their common sense and wake up to the plan of the slave masters that wish to oppress them for eternity.

Just as it seems there is no hope; that the world is spinning far too fast to make any difference, He intervenes. Or it at least seems as though he has. Your friends and neighbors cannot understand what drives the New World order globalists because they are not like them. The globalist elite are already rich. What they seek is power- unchecked and absolute. These usurpers have been bullying countries fort centuries, slowly working toward their goal of ultimate consolidation. As many people as they can get under one gigantic oppressive umbrella.

Currently, these people are in control. At least, since they control the mainstream media, it appears to be true. The large hadron collider in Switzerland has had so many problems trying to find the Higgs Boson particle that scientist are suspecting something larger is at work. Some are pointing to Divine Intervention as complicating the collider from revealing to the scientific world what many theorize could be the "secret of life." Holger Bech Nielsen and Masao Ninomiya, two distinguished physicists have suggested that the findings produced by the large hadron collider may be "so abhorrent to nature that its creation would ripple backward through time and stop the collider before it could make one, like a time traveler who goes back in time to kill his grandfather." This is more intense but not unlike the time when Michael J. Fox traveled back in time in a DeLorean to make sure his parents got together at the "Enchantment Under the Sea" dance in Back to the Future (1985).

Perhaps God is involved. If there ever was a time when mankind needed the Lord, it is now!

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