As I sit here thinking of the term "United States of America," I can't think of one thing in which Americans are fully united. Not one thing. We are however, absolutely and vocally divided on a number of issues. This will only gain momentum as another presidential campaign is now beginning. Over 18 months to go and the expletives and name calling has already commenced. If I were voting, I can say with all certainty, my vote would depend greatly, not on just the candidate, but their supporters. The extreme closed-mindedness of both parties sound like haters and I just don't really want haters determining the leader of our nation, but since judgment is inevitable, the hate will increase. I've never voted for a republican presidential candidate, and won't; but at least the republicans/conservatives admit they are closed minded, albeit proudly, they do admit it. The hate spewing, tolerant progressives seem to be in absolute denial of their own intolerance and closed mindedness, and that is frightening!
The division in our country, I believe will even become physically or naturally displayed, before it's all said and done. It seems even after fifty years of civil rights and desegregation, much of our country is still divided by something so superficial as skin tone. As a brown person, I do have to admit, often when it comes to ethnicity, there are cultural differences, creating differences in perspective. This should in no way create moral differences, or even give base for bigotry, but sadly it often does. There are many examples of racial issues once again coming to violent divisions. The racial division appears to be the segue between politics and the "them vs. us" of law enforcement. Statistically, the majority of republicans tended to be white, while the various ethnic groups tend to vote democrat, but that appears to be changing. Mix in what now appears to be racial profiling with law enforcement and the divisive wedge is driven deep.
"Them vs. Us" with a more militarized law enforcement not only divides the people from the enforcers, but also re-enforces the divisions outlined in the previous paragraphs. Local law enforcement has become quite militarized with even more on the horizon with Operation Jade Helm 15. Several southern states are literally going to be inundated, or already are . . . with military drills and exercises, as if the citizens are the problem. What could possibly go wrong there?
Whether the event of Operation Jade Helm 15 comes to a peaceful conclusion, or ushers in martial law, remains to be seen. Meanwhile the sexual agenda is definitely gaining ground crying minority and bigotry. The LGBTQ Agenda is powerful, and it is relentless, and it is aggressive. And that statement earns me the title of homophobe, which is completely inaccurate. Phobia is a fear and I'm not afraid of the agenda, I'm simply making an observation about the agenda. When campaigning in '07 and '08, then Senator Obama stated his views on marriage were traditional. Now, in the highest elected office of this nation, he's had a change of heart. Tell me this agenda is not powerful! Not only is this agenda powerful, it has one clear, very clear target in the crosshairs: The Bible, and the believers thereof. Sadly, while the LGBTQ agenda is creating a flaming distraction, another fire is gaining momentum on the same platform aiming at the same target.
Islam appears to be wielding swords in power plays in other countries, but it's more subtle here. Islam appears to have taken its cues from other agendas. Sword wielding enemies are fought, but "misunderstood minorities" are tolerated, accommodated, and even encouraged . . . Ultimately, we'll probably see swords, but for now, we are going to see days and events of "tolerance, awareness, experience, and understanding." I'd say it's a safe bet that we won't have days and events promoting the Ten Commandments, Feast Days, or Torah/Messiah, but Islam will be presented publicly because there is no separation of "mosque and state."
Hear the word of YHWH, ye children of Israel: for YHWH hath a
controversy with the inhabitants of the land, because there is no truth, nor
mercy, nor knowledge of Elohim in the land. Therefore shall the land mourn, and every one that dwelleth therein shall
languish, with the beasts of the field, and with the fowls of heaven; yea, the
fishes of the sea also shall be taken away. Hosea 4:1,3
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