After Nearly Half A Million American Soldiers Were Slaughtered By The Nazis In World War Two, Nazi Scientists And Mass Murderers Were Allowed To Live In America And Were Given High Paying Jobs By The US Government

By Theodore Shoebat

After almost a half a million American solders were slaughtered by the Nazis in World War Two, the US government gave Nazi scientists and mass murderers high paying jobs in America. Here are my thoughts:

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  • Operation Paperclip.

    • susan

      I’m going to get that book. The Council of Foreign Relations is another group think tank that needs scrutiny. Ideas have consequences.

      • What book?

        • susan

          https://www.amazon.com/Operation-Paperclip-Intelligence-Program-Scientists/dp/031622104X

          “Operation Paperclip”. Ted talked about it in his video. :). And he usually holds up the books he’s reading in them.

          • I hope you haven’t forgotten I am deaf and Ted’s videos are useless to me.

          • susan

            No, I haven’t forgotten. :). I have noticed that he’s careful to hold up relevant books in the beginning now. Perhaps, to help?

          • Grandmere

            But Susan. If you order it from Amazon you are supporting Protestant Industrial Darwinism, according to Andrew Biezad. If you order one of his books however, you will be given a dispensation.

          • susan

            Protestant Industrial Darwinism? PID? :D. Lol. Sometimes Andrew just cracks me up! ;D. I think maybe he’s overthinking it a bit on this one. Although I do wonder why it is a super wealthy prosperous company can’t pull its own weight and purchase stuff without all the heavy discounts etc. I wish I could get such a deal.

  • susan

    Very disturbing. I find it impossible that we had no engineers or scientists of our own. I wonder what groups influenced these decisions.

    • Grandmere

      It was the Truman administration. Eisenhower knew about it and tried to warn us. Little did he know, there was already a deep state in place.

      • OrthodoxChristianAmerican

        Indeed he did. I think Eisenhower knew that although Germany unconditionally surrendered in WWII, the NSDAP never would, and that it planned to survive to start a revival some other day. On another note Grandmere, I tried to send an email to our mutual friend, but the email I sent was incorrect and failed.

        Christ bless!

        • Grandmere

          I will send you the address again. I had left out a character when I sent it to you. Watch for it now.

  • Brick

    amazing video Ted. I especially like the part where you said Luther used the corruption of the church to justify his evil. And Mohammed used idolatry to justify his evil, and Nazism used Communism (or Islam) to justify its evil. Two wrongs does not make one right, it only go for the worse. This is got me thinking. Thank you.

    • filomena seiffert

      We can not say the church, we can say some members of the church. For the life of the church has been paved with infiltration from the sons of the devil, it began with Judas. I see many attacking the church today claiming they are the “true church” and the Universal Church is teaching heresy. We should respect and help the Church by praying and not speaking evil of it. The Catholic Church alone has been the object of many attacks by sects and by its own children. Jesus advised His disciples to be united for their strength.As the greater loss of soldiers it was the Soviet Union who lost the most.

      • Brick

        I see your point filomena. Yes. members of the church instead of the Church.

  • MattB

    Matthew 7:13-15 (DRA)

    13 Enter ye in at the narrow gate: for wide is the gate, and broad is the way that leadeth to destruction, and many there are who go in thereat.
    14 How narrow is the gate, and strait is the way that leadeth to life: and few there are that find it!
    15 Beware of false prophets, who come to you in the clothing of sheep, but inwardly they are ravening wolves.

    • Brenda

      Back when I was having some really hard times in life and not having a religious family I had bought myself a few bibles looking for some answers to my strange dilemma, This verse stuck out so much for me that I put it on my wall not really understanding what it meant for sure.. I just knew it was very important, Thanks for posting it Matt.

      • MattB

        It is a deep and profound Scripture, Brenda. Glad posting it here led you toward a deeper contemplation of its meaning. Just be mindful that this Scripture applies as much inside the Church as it does outside the Church. The wolves in sheep’s clothing within the Church are commonly known as Judas’ (or weeds).

    • Kevin Nicholson

      Thus, the necessary rejection of Vatican II modernism (by Pope Pius IX) :

      “X. ERRORS HAVING REFERENCE TO MODERN LIBERALISM

      77. In the present day it is no longer expedient that the Catholic religion should be held as the only religion of the State, to the exclusion of all other forms of worship. — Allocution “Nemo vestrum,” July 26, 1855.
      78. Hence it has been wisely decided by law, in some Catholic countries, that persons coming to reside therein shall enjoy the public exercise of their own peculiar worship. — Allocution “Acerbissimum,” Sept. 27, 1852.
      79. Moreover, it is false that the civil liberty of every form of worship, and the full power, given to all, of overtly and publicly manifesting any opinions whatsoever and thoughts, conduce more easily to corrupt the morals and minds of the people, and to propagate the pest of indifferentism. — Allocution “Nunquam fore,” Dec. 15, 1856.
      80. The Roman Pontiff can, and ought to, reconcile himself, and come to terms with progress, liberalism and modern civilization.- -Allocution “Jamdudum cernimus,” March 18, 1861.
      http://www.papalencyclicals.net/Pius09/p9syll.htm

      • MattB

        Hi Kevin, love your faith and zeal, and fidelity to Christ and the purity of Church dogma.

        There are two ‘orthodox’ sides in the Vatican II debate. There are those who claim Vatican II can and must be read in the light of Tradition e.g. Father Ripperger, Bishop Schneider, Cardinal Burke, and others. Then there are those who claim we must scrap Vatican II from the record books altogether e.g. SSPX and their close and respected allies (excluding the extremist sedevacantist, they are another matter altogether).

        David Wemhoff articulately explains that the Vatican II document Dignitatis Humanae upholds the fullness of Catholic dogma on the freedom of religion issue:

        https://youtu.be/jbKaC1Be2BI?t=48m45s

        This document is a maturity of dogma rather than a perversion of dogma. We know Christ is the Word, Logos; Truth. We also know that God has blessed man with freewill.

        These two truths of the Logos, freedom of religion and Laws of God, must be understood in context. I agree entirely with you that in an ideal world we’d have a formally Catholic State (and I still support and defend such a State). However in our current conditions this is an impossibility, and we have to respect mans right to reject the One True Faith WITHOUT approving of mans right to commit acts of evil e.g. sodomy, sorcery, abortion, etc. We can respect a mans freedom of religion without a) permitting moral evil, b) giving up our work as evangelists (converting lost souls to Christ).

        In short, the Church as a matter of doctrine acknowledges that the Catholic Faith cannot be imposed on another forcefully. This is a violation of the moral law. She also acknowledges that freedom of religion doesn’t mean freedom of morality. A government can and should uphold God’s Moral Laws irrespective of the religious views and beliefs of its citizens, thereby honouring the Kingship of Christ and the God given rights of man.

        For example the US Government according to Catholic doctrine cannot force the Muslim to profess the Catholic Faith. However it can and should prevent the Muslim as a matter of law from marrying a child bride (child abuse), polygamy, etc.

        I’m not a scholar, theologian, bishop, or even an ordained member of the Church. I’m not qualified to take an emphatic stance on this debate. All I can say with respect, is that I’m yet to personally see any writing from Vatican II or our official Catechism that cannot be read in the light of Tradition when read in full and in context.

        • Kevin Nicholson

          “There are two ‘orthodox’ sides in the Vatican II debate.”

          “While Joshua was near Jericho, he raised his eyes and saw one who stood facing him, drawn sword in hand. Joshua went up to him and asked, “Are you one of us or one of our enemies?” He replied, “Neither. I am the commander of the army of the Lord: now I have come.” Then Joshua fell down to the ground in worship, and said to him, “What has my lord to say to his servant?” Joshua 5:13-14

          The modernist view (Vatican II) is a Hegelian dialectic: problem (Catholic doctrine), reaction (self rule), and solution (free masonry ecumenism).

          http://www.catholicapologetics.info/modernproblems/vatican2/documents.htm

          Thus, religious freedom (wide gate) falsely paraded as freedom of conscious (cult of man) is devastating to those perishing:

          ” And why? The answer is found in the encyclical Mirari Vos by Pope Gregory XVI:
          “This is the most contagious of errors, which prepares the way for that absolute and totally unrestrained liberty of opinions which, for the ruin of Church and State, is spreading everywhere and which certain men, through an excess of impudence, do not fear to put forward as advantageous to religion. Ah, ‘What more disastrous death for souls than the liberty of error,’ said St. Augustine. In seeing thus the removal from men of every restraint capable of keeping them on the paths of truth, led as they already are to their ruin by a natural inclination to evil, We state in truth that the pit of hell is opened from which St. John depicted a smoke which obscured the sun and from which locusts emerged to devastate the earth. This is the cause of the lack of intellectual stability; this is the cause of the continually increasing corruption of young people; this is what causes people to despise sacred rights, the most holy objects and laws. This is the cause, in a word, of the most deadly flail which could ravage states; for experience proves, and the most remote antiquity teaches us, that in order to bring about the destruction of the richest, the most powerful, the most glorious, and the most flourishing states, nothing is necessary beyond unrestricted liberty of opinion, that freedom of public expression, that infatuation with novelty.””

          http://www.cmri.org/95prog2.htm

          • MattB

            I would’ve been disappointed if you didn’t rigorously defend the position you hold and expected nothing less.

            In response, there is an important distinction to make here:

            The Church’s doctrine on this takes into consideration the climate of our present fallen age. She must take the climate into consideration as she always has while remaining faithful to dogma.

            She isn’t saying that “those who reject Christ will be saved.” She is simply saying that for the sake of the common good, we have to accept a persons right to reject Christ and find a peaceful resolution to this friction instead of resorting to armed conflict.

            Unless you believe in “militarily imposing” the Catholic Faith on a populace in the same way as Muslims impose the Islamic religion on nations by terrorising those who reject Allah?

            That’s the fundamental question to me, and that’s the debate killer for me personally. I don’t believe in imposing the Catholic Faith on anyone. I believe a conversion of the heart and mind is necessary. An imposed Faith is no Faith at all. You aren’t saving anyone by forcing them to be a Catholic.

            I also believe, for the goodness of the common good, given the above, we must strike the right balance. The Church teaches the right balance. Uphold the Divine Positive Law, which creates the necessary conditions for peace and a rational discourse, and focus on winning hearts and minds through the Light of Christ and the Catholic Faith (at all times, in all ways).

            That’s the right balance in my book, and that’s the official position of the Church today. It’s not widening the gate. It’s being pragmatic. “There is no salvation outside the Church.” It’s also the Church’s duty and responsibility to defend the individual and common good of the society too, even though her primary purpose is the salvation of souls.

            We can agree to disagree. All the essential dogmas of the Faith are already set in stone. The focus of Vatican II wasn’t dogma. I don’t agree with every ‘opinion’ shared in the current Catechism. For example, I still support the death penalty. The opinion shared in the Catechism isn’t favourable for the death penalty. But it’s clearly an opinion, not a dogma, this is clear in how it’s written.

            You closed with very beautiful words, Kevin. Amen, brother. Amen.

          • Kevin Nicholson

            “Then he said to me: “This is the word of the Lord to Zerubbabel: Not by might, and not by power, but by my spirit, says the Lord of hosts.” Zechariah 4:6

            “It is the Spirit who gives life; the flesh profits nothing; the words that I have spoken to you are spirit and are life…And He was saying, “For this reason I have said to you, that no one can come to Me unless it has been granted him from the Father.” John 6:63,65

            Two roads with one choice: ecumenism is not Logos.

            Godspeed.

          • MattB

            Every time a Catholic shares the Faith to a Buddhist, Muslim, Atheist, or any non-believer he is having an inter-religious dialogue. Every time a Catholic doctor works alongside a Muslim doctor in the surgery room at a hospital, they are saving lives together. Let’s be real here Christendom as a political powerhouse is “dead” for the moment (and maybe until the Second Coming). The Church has offered us a way, a path, void of military conflict, that can lead mankind back to the fullness of the Faith (and ultimately restore Christendom).

            Read the Catechism (cover to cover), if you haven’t already. It’ll enrich your understanding of how vast Catholic teaching is and how logically and flawlessly it fits together for the betterment of all and the salvation of souls. Be mindful not to isolate paragraphs in the same way as Protestants isolate Scripture versus to create false dogmas. Everything must be read in light of Tradition and in context of all that’s written. Every dogmatic statement in the Catechism is an absolute statement. Every other statement is a complimentary pastoral statement and/or there to give greater insight, clarity or a recommendation e.g. the truly “penitent” homosexual must begin with chastity, confession, etc, and work his with by the grace of God to “Christian perfection” from there (that means a complete healing from this intrinsic disorder). Michael Voris is a fine example of a “former” reprobate who took this path and found freedom in Christ Jesus. With God all things are possible.

            Godspeed

          • Kevin Nicholson

            “Go, therefore, and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you. And behold, I am with you always, until the end of the age.”” Matthew 28:19-20

            “Sometimes a way seems right, but the end of it leads to death!” Proverbs 14:12

            So, we must hold this doctrine to please our Father:

            “Beloved, although I was making every effort to write to you about our common salvation, I now feel a need to write to encourage you to contend for the faith that was once for all handed down to the holy ones.” Jude 3

            There is only one church, and it is Catholic – His bride. Amen.

          • MattB

            Every disciple that followed Christ did so out of his own freewill. The Roman Centurion was praised by Christ for his faith, because Christ knew his heart. He worked with the Roman Centurion in that he heard his sincere and humble plea for help and obliged.

            Conversion for “many” is a process. It was certainly a process for me. We must be patient during this process and persevere with those who are resistant in truth and in charity.

            I wasn’t a Catholic “overnight.” The conversion happened in an instant, but much went into that instant. Before that (being a poorly catechised cradle Catholic), I was an apostate, then a heretic, and then a Catholic. And much has gone into my ongoing conversion since.

            There is only One True Church, the Catholic Church. That’s why every baptism given in the Name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, is considered a valid Catholic baptism. Schism and heresy are objective mortal sins. Three conditions must be met for an objective mortal sin to carry the punishment of a mortal sin (unrepentant of), CC:

            1857 For a sin to be mortal, three conditions must together be met: “Mortal sin is sin whose object is grave matter and which is also committed with full knowledge and deliberate consent.”131

            That’s why the Church doesn’t damn anyone to hell. That judgement is left to God. What the Church does do is spread the Gospel and the full deposit of the Faith to save souls. Nevertheless her dogma remains clear, CC:

            1874 To choose deliberately – that is, both knowing it and willing it – something gravely contrary to the divine law and to the ultimate end of man is to commit a mortal sin. This destroys in us the charity without which eternal beatitude is impossible. Unrepented, it brings eternal death.

          • Kevin Nicholson

            Good testimony – mine too. Amen MattB.

          • MattB

            All glory be to God. This has been an edifying conversation Kevin. Your brother in Christ. Amen.

      • MattB

        P.S. My private interpretation of that Scripture (v 13-14), guided by the established dogmas of the Faith, is the following (no claim of infallibility here):

        – The gate is narrow: We cannot die with hearts hardened toward mortal sin and expect to find salvation irrespective of whether we are a Catholic in baptism or otherwise. True contrition of heart is an absolute requirement. Putting aside works etc, for brevity purposes. Perfect Contrition on one’s death bed is the “bare minimum” necessity for salvation for those who simply fall short in their requirements. No one worth is salt would recommend anyone rely on this “Hail Mary” clause. The more prepared we are for death the greater the likelihood we’ll face it with dignity and grace. The gate is narrow.
        – Few find it: The Catholic Church is highly visible. She is virtually everywhere. She has more members than any offshoot. It’s not through a lack of visibility the Church isn’t truly found by most (many Catholics included) despite being visibly ‘seen’. It is through a lack of humility.

        In short, dogma isn’t the problem. Lack of fidelity to dogma is i.e. failing to worship Christ in spirit and in truth.

        God bless you brother.

    • Gloria Patri

      I had just comment on with this very scripture for another thread, but ironic I came to this article and saw you also bring this scripture to us. Everyone is so angry at everyone else these days, and those who are outwardly our enemies are not as dangerous as those who pretend to be part of us. These false prophets in clothing of sheep are the most dangerous to our souls.

      • MattB

        Agree with you entirely… The enemy within is always a much greater threat than the enemy without. We also must remember the following though when dealing with this issue:

        Matthew 13:28-30 (DRA)

        28 And he said to them: An enemy hath done this. And the servants said to him: Wilt thou that we go and gather it up?
        29 And he said: No, lest perhaps gathering up the cockle, you root up the wheat also together with it.
        30 Suffer both to grow until the harvest, and in the time of the harvest I will say to the reapers: Gather up first the cockle, and bind it into bundles to burn, but the wheat gather ye into my barn.

        To share an example:

        There are many in this world who would love to completely burn the Catholic Church to the ground due to the sins of the wolves (both real and imagined). If they ever got their way, this world would lose much more than it gained. Catholics would lose the sacraments. Seekers would lose every Catholic Church to wander into. Many less poor people would be getting clothed and fed. Thousands upon thousands of sick and elderly facilities would be shutdown…

        That’s why we must suffer in the same way the world suffers, wheats and weeds, until Christ’s Second Coming. For as long as we are marked by Original Sin every nation and institution will have its weed and wheat growing alongside each other.

        Disclaimer: That doesn’t mean we don’t excommunicate, defrock and charge individual weeds when we can. America has laws against stealing. Not everyone who breaks this law is caught. No one wants this law gone or punishment for thieves wipe away even though police can’t catch every thief. This simply means that if we ever get overly zealous and decide to fanatically hunt down every weed, the whole Church will be torn down in the process.

        A comparable analogy is George Orwell’s 1984. Governments use terrorism and crime in general as an excuse to justify totalitarianism and to completely invade the privacy of citizens.

        Yes, we all want to live in a nation that upholds law and order, ideally God’s law and order. However any sensible person doesn’t believe this sensible desire justifies having a nanny state where the government dictates and regulates our every single word, thought and action.

        • Gloria Patri

          Thank you for the reminder of the tares among the wheat. Sometimes I forget about that, and the damage it would cause the church to weed out every bad seed. I am glad God is merciful and patient too.

          As far as George Orwell’s 1984, I think we see it happening right before our very eyes, as many governments are setting this situation up so that can take absolute control. I think that is coming.

          • MattB

            Indeed… That is the mark of a fallen people, society and nation:

            2 Corinthians 3:17 (DRA)

            17 Now the Lord is a Spirit. And where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty.

            In other words, where the Spirit of the Lord is lacking, there is tyranny.

          • Gloria Patri

            Absolutely! These current situations are really shining a light on how Gods laws are freedom, and without them there is only slavery, and with that fear that I see consuming everyone. All of these years so many people acted as if Gods laws were a problem for them not allowing them to do what they wanted, yet embracing his laws was all that made life and society good. This is why I see for instance, the old Republic of America can not stand. It was built on values the people no longer abide by. Values that were moral.

          • MattB

            Exactly, when America was established as a nation of immigrants, she upheld the Natural Law, and was faithful to the Kingship of Christ insofar as this was concerned (and many of her people worshipped Him the best way they knew how). That’s why the American experiment worked…for a time. Christ was the source of her freedom and prosperity as a nation. America is still young in historical terms, and she has already been through a lot including a civil war, the civil rights movement, WWI and WWII etc, and seen it through to the other side each time.

            The beginning of America’s slide into decadence was in the 1930’s when contraceptives were legalised. That was the moment America rejected the Natural Law, and Christ’s Kingship, (as the Giver of the Law), by association. The rot of this decision and America’s continual severance from the Kingship of Christ has been setting in ever since. (To violate a part of the Law is to violate the whole of the Law). Within a generation of this decision to permit contraceptives the sexual revolution exploded onto the scene and has gone from strength to strength ever since.

            In saying that, the seeds of apostasy were there from the beginning, God actually isn’t mentioned in the American constitution. (He is mentioned, in deist terms, in the Deceleration of Independence). I’m not an America or an expert on American history but I wouldn’t be surprised if occultism was legalised long before contraceptives (perverting the freedom of religion principle, as Freemasons use their influence to do, permitting objective evils under the guise of religious liberty), and this in and of itself would’ve served as a ticking time bomb (laying the foundation for the embrace of paganism and moral relativism and all that’s followed since).

            The closer a nation is to Truth, they are too Christ Himself even if they aren’t a fully converted nation and people in salvation terms. Only God knows the heart of a man and He alone judges the culpability of a mans sins/errors. America, though a secular nation constitutionally, was a Catholic nation insofar as the Natural Law was concerned. She was ordered toward God and the Kingship of Christ in principle insofar as Natural Law was concerned (however imperfectly), and the American experiment worked, to the degree that she was united to Truth, as a result.

            If you are an American, continue to pray for your nation and people, and trust in Christ Jesus. Continue to pick up your cross and follow Him, in spirit and in truth, as best you can. The rest is in the God’s hands and Providence.

            Please forgive the lengthy reply. It wasn’t intended. You happened to touch upon a topic I’ve considered very deeply…

            Wishing you a blessed day.

          • MattB

            Exactly, when America was established as a nation of immigrants, she upheld the Natural Law, and was faithful to the Kingship of Christ insofar as this was concerned (and many of her people worshipped Him the best way they knew how). That’s why the American experiment worked…for a time. Christ was the source of her freedom and prosperity as a nation. America is still young in historical terms, and she has already been through a lot including a civil war, the civil rights movement, WWI and WWII etc, and seen it through to the other side each time.

            The beginning of America’s slide into decadence was in the 1930’s when contraceptives were legalised. That was the moment America rejected the Natural Law, and Christ’s Kingship, (as the Giver of the Law), by association. The rot of this decision and America’s continual severance from the Kingship of Christ has been setting in ever since. (To violate a part of the Law is to violate the whole of the Law). Within a generation of this decision to permit contraceptives the sexual revolution exploded onto the scene and has gone from strength to strength ever since.

            In saying that, the seeds of apostasy were there from the beginning, God actually isn’t mentioned in the American constitution. (He is mentioned, in deist terms, in the Deceleration of Independence). I’m not an America or an expert on American history but I wouldn’t be surprised if occultism was legalised long before contraceptives (perverting the freedom of religion principle, as Freemasons use their influence to do, permitting objective evils under the guise of religious liberty), and this in and of itself would’ve served as a ticking time bomb (laying the foundation for the embrace of paganism and moral relativism and all that’s followed since).

            The closer a nation is to Truth, they are too Christ Himself even if they aren’t a fully converted nation and people in salvation terms. Only God knows the heart of a man and He alone judges the culpability of a mans sins/errors. America, though a secular nation constitutionally, was a Catholic nation insofar as the Natural Law was concerned. She was ordered toward God and the Kingship of Christ in principle insofar as Natural Law was concerned (however imperfectly), and the American experiment worked, to the degree that she was united to Truth (Christ Himself), as a result.

            If you are an American, all is not lost for your nation. Where there is life there is hope. As noted above, America has been through the fire numerous times in her young history and seen it through to the other side by the grace of God each time.

            Please forgive the lengthy reply. It wasn’t intended. You happened to touch upon a topic I’ve considered very deeply…

            Wishing you a blessed day.

          • Gloria Patri

            Thank you for your thoughtful answer. I couldn’t agree with you more. I knew the sexual revolution destroyed not only America, but the west. I did not see it the way you explained it. I think you are correct. I didn’t know in the 1930’s contraception was introduced, but I knew the seeds of many bad things that we are seeing unfold now were planted then.

            The founding fathers of the United States were mostly Episcopalian and Anglican from what I can find, so certainly they have Catholic roots. All seem to have claimed a church and though they do not come right out and state it in the documents, it is absolutely true that their ideas come from Biblical principles that acknowledged Christ’s Kingship and the natural order of God. It is strange because France was going through a similar revolution, but they sided more on the humanistic side from what I understand and suppressed the church which they ended up with a very different country in the end.

            Thank you for your encouraging words, I do pray for my country. I think I have lost hope in the government and most citizens and this is because I don’t see too many people who even believe in God anymore, let alone respect his order. Most claiming to be Christian do not care about the country because they think Christ is going to take them away at anytime now with the pre-tribulation rapture lie. If not that they have become liberal and esteem mans ideas over Gods. Of course God can do anything. It is up to him; he is our hope and has always been the good in everything. Even in the darkest places there are people who find Christ. Wishing you blessings too.

          • MattB

            Exactly (re: America’s morality being at the root of her success). When America was established as a nation of immigrants, she upheld the Natural Law, and was faithful to the Kingship of Christ insofar as this was concerned (and many of her people worshipped Him the best way they knew how). That’s why the American experiment worked…for a time. Christ was the source of her freedom and prosperity as a nation. America is still young in historical terms, and she has already been through a lot including a civil war, the civil rights movement, WWI and WWII etc, and seen it through to the other side each time.

            The beginning of America’s slide into decadence was in the 1930’s when contraceptives were legalised. That was the moment America rejected the Natural Law, and Christ’s Kingship, (as the Giver of the Law), by association. The rot of this decision and America’s continual severance from the Kingship of Christ has been setting in ever since. (To violate a part of the Law is to violate the whole of the Law). Within a generation of this decision to permit contraceptives the sexual revolution exploded onto the scene and has gone from strength to strength ever since.

            In saying that, the seeds of apostasy were there from the beginning, God actually isn’t mentioned in the American constitution. (He is mentioned, in deist terms, in the Deceleration of Independence). I’m not an America or an expert on American history but I wouldn’t be surprised if occultism was legalised long before contraceptives (perverting the freedom of religion principle, as Freemasons use their influence to do, permitting objective evils under the guise of religious liberty), and this in and of itself would’ve served as a ticking time bomb (laying the foundation for the embrace of paganism and moral relativism and all that’s followed since).

            The closer a nation is to Truth, they are too Christ Himself even if they aren’t a fully converted nation and people in salvation terms. Only God knows the heart of a man and He alone judges the culpability of a mans sins/errors. America, though a secular nation constitutionally, was a Catholic nation insofar as the Natural Law was concerned. She was ordered toward God and the Kingship of Christ in principle insofar as Natural Law was concerned (however imperfectly), and the American experiment worked, to the degree that she was united to Truth (Christ Himself), as a result.

            If you are an American, continue to pray for your nation and people, and trust in Christ Jesus. Continue to pick up your cross and follow Him, in spirit and in truth, as best you can. The rest is in God’s Hands and Providence.

            Please forgive the lengthy reply. It wasn’t intended. You happened to touch upon a topic I’ve considered very deeply…

            Wishing you a blessed day.

  • Brotha

    We will love to hear more Bible prophecies from Walid Shoebat
    Nobody has more understanding about it than Walid

    • Jami

      We do love to hear more and more but Lets pray for Brother Walid’s well being and safety that God may guide him at every step . May God enrich his understanding more and more that he may help us gain some understanding too. Pray for this Man of God and his family.

      • Brotha

        Amen

      • Kamau41

        AMEN, Jami.

        • Jami

          Amen Amen. Kamau. Hope you doing well with the mighty grace of God

  • Mart1963

    Masons protect Masons no matter whose side they are on.

  • susan

    I was told they’re no longer using “disciplinary” language in some of the elementary classes. Instead they’re using positive group affirmations and the laws of “natural consequences”. An example was given…if a student forgets their lunch in the classroom…the student is not allowed to leave the cafeteria and go back and fetch it. Instead, the law of “natural consequences” is applied and the student is given money by the school to purchase a lunch…and when the balance exceeds thirsty dollars…the parents (who aren’t warned that this is going on by the way) are then sent a bill. How in the world this is “natural consequences” is beyond me.

  • susan

    Indeed He is! 😀

  • Kevin Nicholson

    Christian = Catholic (universal church – body of Christ: please study early church history, 1st 500 years). Godspeed Angela.