The first post concerning Clinton’s satanic connections appeared before the “spirit cooking” and “Pizzagate” stories had broken in either the corporate or alternative media. How then did I know there was fire? Because the Bible tells me there must be, owing strictly to the nature of the powerful people who run this world (Ephesians 6:12). That, with a little bit of spiritual discernment (1 Corinthians 2:14-15) and a memory of recent history (who could forget the misdeeds of the Clintons done in the 90s?), pointed strongly in the direction that Hillary Clinton is in fact the deeply evil, dark person she has proved to be.
This issue of satanism and high-powered pedophile rings is a subject that has been documented. Only now, however, is it breaking into the mainstream. Just a few days after my first post, the spirit-cooking story emerged, confirming my initial take on Clinton. In the second post, a direct follow-on to the first, I also predicted that the mainstream media would eventually spin the story without addressing any of the evidence. That’s exactly what’s happened now that “Pizzagate” is here.
We read articles whose titles declare the story “fake.” In one such recent article from The New York Times by Cecilia Kang, the word “fake” appears nineteen times on a single page! We read quotes from the persons involved denying any wrongdoing (here’s a representative NPR interview). But the damning evidence is passed over in complete silence. Let’s be sensible: does printing the denials of those accused take the place of a journalistic investigation? Let’s be rational: would someone guilty of these things freely admit to it? What’s the twisted logic in taking these interviews and articles seriously then? Apparently something as ridiculous as this: James Alefantis has told NPR in an interview that he’s not involved in sex-trafficking, so he must not be, because if he were, he’d say that he was. I’m sure every suspected criminal wishes he were so lucky! Just deny the charges, and that ends the matter! As for the Kang NYT piece mentioned above, why have a tech reporter assigned a story of this complexity and magnitude? Does any of this pass the smell test? Surely not, but the propaganda giants hope you don’t notice.
Just because these articles and interviews declare that something’s isn’t the case doesn’t make it false. Government media cannot birth reality by ink fiat, unless its readers allow themselves to believe the lie.
Shifting gears to return to the central point: who would have thought that simply reading the Bible would make one a more savvy political prognosticator than those who watch hours on hours of manufactured corporate propaganda media? Start reading the Bible and get into the Spirit and then you’ll find exactly what everyone who does so discovers: observing mass-culture becomes like watching a movie that you’ve already seen. But instead of film characters you see real, living mesmerized masses all around you in the streets and on the highways and in the offices and in your philosophy seminars. And just as you feel sorry for the unsuspecting characters in a film who know nothing of what awaits them in the final scene, so too in this little movie that just happens to be reality. In every case, and this Pizzagate story is no exception, the final shot is predictably the same: we see people who are unwilling to process what they’ve just experienced. Left in a state of willful denial that appears sure to long persist, the credits roll, and it’s over as if nothing ever happened. Drowned out by something else, attention shifts and wanes. It’ll be the same thing the next time around, too.
And yet these same souls addicted to mass-media are often the same ones quick to dismiss the Bible, when, of course, the difference in the respective prophetic track-records between a mainstream government rag like The New York Times and the word of God couldn’t be more startling. Whereas the Bible assures us that there are people doing the kinds of unspeakably depraved and evil things that have just been exposed; the latter tries to tell us that there’s nothing to the idea, even when it’s already been exposed. One predicts reality before it arrives; the other denies it after it is already upon us.
Many people (not only Christians) have already known about this issue for decades, which is why I was discussing it on this site before anyone started claiming that the entire thing was hatched by Trump supporters. The people now saying so are the very same people I was hoping to alert in my original two posts, by bringing this issue up before it would be scrubbed, as it subsequently has. As I mentioned then, similar things like this have happened before, going all the way back to the 80s and 90s with the Bush and Reagan administrations. The predictable dodge that this was invented by Trump supporters is an insult to anyone with a thinking mind; many of the people covering this story are strictly apolitical, because they know that our current system is so corrupt it isn’t worth participating in. They’re hardly Trump supporters, and neither am I. I was against Trump no less than I was Clinton, and in fact I wrote to say one reason I was not voting for either of them is their shared ties to Jeffrey Epstein.
It’s a big sick satanic club, and God is exposing it (Luke 8:17), which is why this notion of “fake news” has been introduced into the public consciousness to steer people who aren’t yet walking in the Holy Spirit away from having to confront the organized, systematic wickedness of this world. It’s all right there before us; see it for yourself.
Don’t believe anything you read that doesn’t pass a sound discernment test. The spirit of untruth is working hard in our world.
Be wise, and test all things.
2 Thessalonians 2:9-12.
- “Fake news” and the strong delusion: who’s deluded? - December 1, 2016
- Clinton, Wikileaks, and Spirit Cooking - November 8, 2016
- “Anyone but Trump”? No, no thank you, not when a vote for Clinton is a vote for Satan - November 2, 2016