Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Nigel Farage Exposes George Soros, Hal Lindsey: Perilous Times

Nigel Farage exposes George Soros: The biggest global political collusion in history (Video)

Nigel Farage exposes George Soros: The biggest global political collusion in history Video

Today we are hearing the rising cry of the common man for liberty almost everywhere. It is being delivered, not by our establishment who is actively trying to squelch it, but by the individual voices of men and women who are using the Internet to protest what’s happening to them. Together, as one, they are waking us up. To protect itself, the entrenched establishment is using the Internet — subtly, but effectively – against us in retaliation.

This new adversary, which has become one of the most powerful and democratic communication systems known to men, is being used to strip us of our most important defenses against tyranny, our First Amendment Rights (freedom of speech). At this very moment, as I write, it is all being done invisibly by creating algorithms to filter out information programmers deem unacceptable from appearing on Internet searches. The lawyers representing Google, Facebook, and Twitter are currently in Washington, meeting with Congress. They are ostensibly in the District to discuss ways to protect us from the infiltration of Russian influence into our elections and to prevent ISIS from using the Internet to recruit terrorists, but I strongly believe something more is being discussed.

“Research I have been directing in recent years suggests that Google, Inc., has amassed far more power to control elections—indeed, to control a wide variety of opinions and beliefs—than any company in history has ever had. Google’s search algorithm can easily shift the voting preferences of undecided voters by 20 percent or more—up to 80 percent in some demographic groups—with virtually no one knowing they are being manipulated, according to experiments I conducted recently with Ronald E. Robertson.
We are at a pivotal point in history. We have taken a powerful communication system, and we have allowed a few men in Silicon Valley to use it to control our thoughts. This power could be particularly effective if Silicon Valley ever decided to partner with Washington.
When Victor Hugo made his profound observation over a century ago, he lacked the insight then to grasp what we know now. Thanks to Silicon Valley we have something greater than an idea whose time has come. We have the Internet. With the right algorithms filtering our information, we can change the way the entire world thinks overnight.

The nations are in upheaval.  As bad as the Middle East was ten years ago, it’s far worse today.  Saudi Arabia recently shot down a missile headed for Riyadh.  The missile was launched from Yemen, but the Saudis claim that the launch was an act of war committed by Lebanon.  Sound confusing?  It gets worse.  The missile itself was Iranian.  This is just one of many events that has placed that region on a short fuse.  I can cite similar situations the world over.

Upheaval of nations is not new, but this time there are important distinctions.  From a biblical perspective, the presence of the modern state of Israel changes the context in which we see all otherworld events.  It is the mega-sign of the end times.

Today’s upheaval is also accompanied by a technological revolution of staggering proportions.  Technological advances are having the effect of throwing gasoline on history’s already smoldering embers.  Non-nation groups like the Houthis in Yemen and Hezbollah in Lebanon have sophisticated missile technology.  And then there’s North Korea.  Even though it’s one of the world’s poorest nations, it has a large nuclear weapons arsenal, as well as newly developed ICBMs.

All these developments happened at blinding speed.  Change today is deeper and coming faster than ever before.

One of the ironies of our time is that the Cold War never fully ended.  And when Vladimir Putin came to power in Russia, it roared back to life in a big way.  He recently warned that any military action against North Korea would lead to a “global catastrophe.”  That’s a veiled threat of Russian involvement.  Everyone knows that military action on the Korean Peninsula carries a huge risk.  But it would be a regional risk.  The obvious way it would turn into a “global catastrophe” is if Russia got involved.

Putin has a history of reminding the West that Russia remains a nuclear superpower.  While being interviewed by director Oliver Stone for a Showtime documentary, he told the largely Western audience that in a war between the U.S. and Russia, “nobody would survive.”

Kim Jong-un of North Korea is a different story.  He seems to have great ambitions, and that implies a desire to survive.  But his people worship him as a god.  It’s easy for a young man to start believing the propaganda from his own cult of personality.  His “pride of life” seems to have reached dangerous levels.  Like many potentates of the past, he might be willing to destroy himself, his people, and millions more just for the sake of his pride.

There are many today who would prefer to die and kill as many others as possible, rather than experience humiliation.  Some of them lead nations.  Others live seemingly ordinary lives.  But they are highly dangerous.  Many are killers who kill for the love of killing.  That includes radical Islamic terrorists.  In most cases, jihad is just an excuse for killers to kill.  If the terrorist who drove a truck down a bike and running path in New York City could have done something worse, he would have.  If he could have planted a nuclear bomb at the new World Trade Center, believe me, he would have.

It’s the same with the Las Vegas shooter and the shooter at Sutherland Springs.  These men acted in demon-rage, driven by bloodlust.  They wanted to create a pandemonium of death, pain, and destruction—the more, the better.  How long before such a person (or group) gets his hands on a weapon of mass destruction?  I’m not talking about semi-automatic guns.  I’m talking about the kind of weapon that could take out half of Manhattan, or make it an uninhabitable waste.

Technology follows a pattern.  It becomes less expensive and more widely available every day.  As innovative as humans can be in peaceful endeavors, they have always been most creative in the area of destruction.

This isn’t just a nuclear problem.  Chemical, biological, and digital weapons have similar destructive potential.  Like biological weapons, digital ones are self-replicating.  That means they generate more of themselves.  Digital weapons will soon be joined by other man-made, potentially self-replicating weapons, such as nanoweapons.

In the introduction to his novel Prey, the late Michael Crichton wrote, “Nanotechnology… is the quest to build manmade machinery of extremely small size, on the order of 100 nanometers, or a hundred-billionths of a meter.  Such machines would be about a thousand times smaller than the diameter of the human hair.  Pundits predict these tiny machines will provide everything from miniaturized computer components, to new cancer treatments, to new weapons of war.”

We’re not there yet, but existing weapons, and those in our immediate future, are scary enough.  Crichton also said, “Sometime in the twenty-first century, our self-deluded recklessness will collide with our growing technological power.”

That collision is happening right now.  Recently, I have found myself quoting I Timothy 3:1 quite often.  “In the last days, perilous times will come.”  (NKJV)

I’ve been quoting it because it fits.  These are those times.  I don’t say that to scare anyone, but to point you toward the world’s one hope—Jesus.  He’s also your one hope.  It’s fine to have a good job and a healthy retirement plan, but don’t put your trust there.  Those things can disappear in a heartbeat.  But Jesus is the “Friend” of Proverbs 18:24—the One “who sticks closer than a brother.”

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