From some fool reporter at the Houston Chronicle:
The fact that five Walmart stores suddenly closed right around the time the US military is about to conduct unconstitutional drills amongst US citizens has caused some to believe there might be some relation between the two. This led the fool reporter to repeat the establishment propaganda:
Stars and Stripes, the news publication of the U.S. military, ran an article titled “Army Special Operations Command pushes back against alarmist claims about upcoming exercise,” The Washington Post wrote “Why Operation Jade Helm 15 is freaking out the Internet—and why it shouldn’t be” and VICE News reported “conspiracy theorists think an army training exercise will bring martial law to the US this summer.”
It gets worse:
Yet many Americans apparently still believe they are the enemies the military is preparing to fight. It mirrors a national trend of extreme skepticism—a CNN poll last year showed trust in the government was at an all-time low, with only 13 percent saying the trust the government most of the time. Moreover, a 2012 report documented a dramatic rise in Americans rejecting the legitimacy of their government outright, and a 2015 Department of Homeland Security report warned of danger from right-wing groups resentful of military and police.
The fool reporter then links to one of his other foolish stories:
Patriot Day [is] on April 19.
That’s the day when, 240 years ago, militiamen in the then-British colony of Massachusetts killed more than 100 uniformed soldiers, rousing the patriots to a violent uprising that ultimately led to the founding of the United States of America.
“Because terrorists like to attack on dates that are significant to them, it is important to remain vigilant,” the supposed Coast Guard memo said. “Terrorism is a real threat and it is important to remain vigilant, especially around terrorist anniversaries.”
Look at that. April 19th came and went and no “right-wingers” became violent.
Back to another one of the fool reporter’s statements:
Yet many Americans apparently still believe they are the enemies the military is preparing to fight.
Well, yeah. What are we supposed to believe when our government calls its own freedom-loving citizens “terrorists” while allowing real terrorists into our country through its unsecured borders? And, if you want real terrorism, how about what our government and its law enforcement are doing to American citizens? They are forcing vaccinations on people, killing Americans through police shootings and drone strikes, and groping us at airports. And that’s just for starters. I guess pointing these things out makes me a “terrorist.” But what does it make those who vilify me for pointing out such things?
I don’t think I’m particularly alarmist, although many would likely disagree. However, it feels like something’s coming and it doesn’t seem good. My suggestion is to watch and PRAY, although I have a hard time watching these days. It’s become too much to look at, like everything is coming at you at once. Perhaps God is nudging us to look away from the evil and to focus on Him. The Scriptures say that anything that kills, steals, or destroys is evil. Destroying our freedom is evil. However, they can never steal the freedom we have in Christ because it’s beyond their grasp. We can have peace, and even joy, in the midst of the chaos. I recommend peace and joy, if for no other reason than we can have them and the evil ones can’t.