15 January 2018

Is "The Calm Before the Storm" About to End? (Part 3)

29 Tevet 5778
Erev Rosh Chodesh
Yom Kippur Katan

[See Part I - Preparing For the Storm
 and Part II - Storm Clouds Gathering]

The Storm Unleashed

Q Anon's most important message seems to be...

Trust Trump. Trust the military. When martial law comes down, don't fear it, welcome it, it is for your own protection. Spread this message far and wide so people's minds will be eased when they realize what is happening.

And believe it or not, a whole lot of gullible people are swallowing this message whole.

Trump likes to surround himself with generals and compliments the military every chance he gets. However, he is the Commander-in-Chief after all. 

Too Many Generals In Trump Administration?
President Donald Trump named retired Marine Gen. Jim Mattis as Defense Secretary, the highest-ranking civilian position in the Pentagon. Retired Marine Gen. John Kelly was named first to head the Homeland Security Department and then replaced Reince Priebus as White House Chief of Staff.
Army Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster replaced Air Force Gen. Mike Flynn as the Trump Administration’s National Security Advisor. And Attorney General Jeff Sessions has nominated Army Maj. Gen. Mark Inch to head the Bureau of Prisons. If approved, as he likely will be, there will be four military generals serving in top positions normally held by civilians. Relatively speaking, that’s a lot.
Several key National Security Council positions are going to retired military officers as well. Questions have already been raised about whether too many generals and overall military influence risks tipping the delicate civil-military relations balance that has kept America strong.
See, that's the thing though. As Commander-in-Chief, Trump is in absolute control of the military. And the military is known for being, well, militant. What happens when you mix militancy, nationalism and religion? (The Jews know only too well.)
Donald Trump’s election has led to such a steep rise in fundamentalist Christian evangelizing and religious bigotry in the U.S. armed forces that the matter is reaching the level of a “national security threat,” according to information shared exclusively with Newsweek by an organization that represents and advocates for secular and minority religious views in the military.

...“With the advent of Trump as the commander in chief of our armed forces, M[ilitary] R[eligious] F[reedom] F[oundation] has experienced a massive influx of new military and civilian personnel complaints of religion-based prejudice and bigotry, most of them coming from non-fundamentalist Christians being persecuted by their military superiors for not being ‘Christian enough,’” [lawyer Michael] Weinstein tells Newsweek.

He says noncommissioned officers at one Air Force base reported that their superiors told them Trump would make it USAF policy that in order for “disbelieving Jews” to be allowed into the USAF or deemed fit for promotions, they would have to show via objectively established behavior that they were at least honestly “considering the truth of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.”
...The military recently backtracked on an edict requiring thousands of married couples in a marital program called “Strong Bonds” to participate in Protestant prayer sessions. As of 2014, more than 37,000 Army personnel participated in the Strong Bonds program.
...The commingling of radical Christianity and the U.S. war fighter has been under way for some time now. In 2007, the Department of Defense’s inspector general issued a report regarding a cadre of ranking DoD officials and officers who “abused their authority” by promoting a video for “Christian Embassy,” a Washington-based, high-level evangelizing outfit with a website designed to make it look like an arm of the U.S. government.

Fundamentalist views are decidedly in the minority in the general population, but they have adherents in some of the U.S. military’s most powerful positions, especially in and around Washington, D.C., and in Colorado Springs, home of the U.S. Air Force Academy and the nation’s nuclear command center.
The U.S. military has long been seeded with radical Christian fundamentalists—sometimes called Christian Dominionists or Christian Reconstructionists—who believe a “Warrior Jesus” has their backs while they fight against Islam. They believe they are establishing a “Kingdom of God” on earth, starting with the United States,....

Is Q Anon for real? Are we weeks, days or even hours from a military coup in America that will leave a Dominionist regime in power? We'd better pray not because this will not be good for the Jews.

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