Purge of Conservatives on Social Media Continues ..

Crushing the Truth: They ‘Reintegrate’ ISIS, but Christians Are ‘Extremist’

04-02-2018
Dale Hurd
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STOCKHOLM — Conservatives are feeling the heavy hand of censorship in the United States and across Western Europe. Their social media accounts are being banned, blocked and canceled on Twitter, YouTube, and Facebook, often over criticism of Islam or immigration.

Popular British anti-Islamization activist Tommy Robinson had his Twitter account suspended last week after he tweeted that Islam promotes killing.

A German activist received a six-month suspended jail sentence for calling Islam a fascist ideology.

A 65-year-old Swedish woman faced charges for saying immigration from the third world will lead to low IQs.  She was cleared only because authorities couldn’t prove it was her.

Public Enemy No. 1: ‘Hate Speech’

Two weeks ago three conservative activists were refused entry into Britain because British Border Police said, “likely to incite tensions between local communities in the United Kingdom.”  One was interrogated as a terrorist and was asked if she were a “Christian extremist.”

This is the same Border Force that allowed more than 400 former ISIS fighters to return to Britain for “reintegration.”

Authorities in Britain now seem more interested in fighting hate speech on the internet than fighting crime and are warning social media users that their comments are being monitored.

Sweden ‘Moving Toward Authoritarianism’

But Sweden is taking the most aggressive approach against free speech with a proposed new law that would make it a serious offense to publish material that would embarrass the Swedish government internationally. Another law would make it harder to show that immigrants are responsible for most violent crime.

Crime is now so bad in some parts of Sweden there has been talk of calling out the army to help the police.

But the new law would ban public use of government data that could be used to identify the ethnic origins of criminals.

“We are moving toward authoritarianism,” warns Swedish blogger Johan Westerholm.

Westerholm runs a website critical of uncontrolled immigration in Sweden. He’s not sure how much longer before his website is shut down.

“I will not be able to report the issues I’m reporting today. I will not be able to report on migration. If I report in a way that puts Sweden in a bad standing or bad position regarding other countries, even if what I am reporting is true, is relevant and is fact-based, that might be a criminal act, I might have to go to prison for life, for that kind of reporting.”

If You Can’t Fix Immigration Problems, Blame the Critics…and Call Them Names

“We call the critics [of Sweden’s immigration policy] foul names and say the problem is racism, says Iranian-born Swedish lawmaker Hanif Bali, who takes heavy criticism for his opposition to Sweden’s immigration policy, even though he himself is an immigrant.”

“I’m not only called ‘racist;’ I’m also called ‘Uncle Tom;’ I’m also called ‘house nigger.’ I’ve been compared with Doctor Mengele. And it’s not from average people. This is from well-established opinion journalists and politicians.”

The Swedish media helped pioneer what is now called ‘doxing’ – exposing the identities and addresses of people who express politically incorrect opinions online.  CBN News showed a video from 4 years ago showing a Swedish journalist going to the home of a man who posted in a right-wing forum and then publishing the video nationally. The man reportedly lost his job.

One Swedish organization, Näthatsgranskaren, whose name means ‘internet hate surveyor’ hunts down politically incorrect speech and reports people to the police. It has received funding from the Swedish government.

But Sweden’s worsening crackdown on free speech will do nothing to fix any of the real problems that have created the speech in the first place.  It’s as if the government thinks if it can just stop people from talking negatively about the problems, the problems will go away.

“There is not a single study about how immigration has causally affect crime in Sweden. That’s absurd, I would argue, says Swedish economist Tino Sanandagi. “The government even in the last 12 years has stopped publishing the statistics so nobody knows really what percentage of total crime last year was committed by immigrants. The numbers are collected, but not used.”

Sweden’s New ‘McCarthyism’

And Westerholm compares planned new laws to a new McCarthyism that will hunt down and silence criticism of immigration: “The government, through more repressive and restrictive media legislation, would be able to shut independent media voices down.”

Swedes will proudly tell you that their law protecting freedom of speech is older than the United States. But freedom of speech is being crushed in Sweden and across the Western world in the name of political correctness.

And it doesn’t matter if what is being crushed is the truth.  (Click to Source)

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Generation of the Beast?

Every day we are inching toward the one-world government predicted by Scripture. But it is not biometric computer chips, the proliferation of surveillance cameras or the NSA’s spying on American citizens that has me concerned. What alarms me is a new mindset that is becoming entrenched in the world. I believe people are getting frightfully close to openly welcoming the “man of sin.”

One thing that has puzzled me over the years is how it could be possible for billions of people to willingly take the “mark of the beast” in spite of the fact that it has been foretold in Scripture. Yet, it seems that spiritual forces are quietly at work which are bringing people to the point of willingly yielding their souls to Satan.

To accomplish such a feat has entailed a decades-long scheme that has been both comprehensive and brilliant in its scope. Unquestionably, there are many factors at work, but I believe the two primary keys the enemy is fostering within humanity are Cynicism and Delusion.

The devil has known that before he can present himself as a viable object of man’s worship, he must first destroy the testimony of the Church. Belief in the biblical claims about the character of Jesus Christ is the center of the Christian faith. It is not organized religion. It is not systematic theology. It is not emotional worship in a mega-church. It is a relationship with a Person. Satan understands this better than most Christians and he is ruthlessly working to destroy the trust in Jesus Christ that forms the basis for this relationship

I believe the “last days” spoken of in Scripture began in the late 60’s. There was a definite change in the corporate mindset of mankind. A powerful spirit of rebellion was birthed in the Haight-Ashbury district of San Francisco in 1968 which then swept across America and subsequently spread throughout the rest of the world. It was this movement that birthed the drug culture, the sexual revolution and all the vices that came with them.

God’s answer to what Satan spawned was the Jesus People Movement of the early 70’s. Hollowed out young people entered the kingdom of God by the droves—myself included. A wave of expectation for the return of Christ swept through our ranks. Books such as Hal Lindsey’s “The Late, Great Planet Earth” became bestsellers. But in our exuberance, we overlooked the fact that Paul had said that the Second Coming would not occur “unless the apostasy comes first, and the man of lawlessness is revealed.” (2 Thessalonians 2:3)

The fervor surrounding the coming of the King gradually gave way to a growing disillusionment. Before long, “mockers… following after their own lusts” were sneeringly questioning the return of Christ. “Where is the promise of His coming?” (2 Peter 3:4) A new Cynicism began to emerge regarding biblical prophecy.

Nevertheless, the Church shrugged off this disenchantment and only seemed to grow stronger. In the early 80’s, the Evangelical Movement seemed to explode in America and around the world. Then the scandals started. People began to wonder if there were any Christian leaders they could trust. Faith-destroying Cynicism deepened.

Even as believers were losing trust in their leaders, their own indulgence in television and later the Internet began gutting Christians of a real love for Jesus. Personal devotions were seen as unnecessary or even legalistic. Christians continued with “a form of godliness,” but their hearts were being stolen by the devil. Callousness opened the door to greater unbelief.

After some forty years of this relentless assault upon the veracity of Christianity, it seems that Satan has finally achieved his great goal of destroying the testimony of God’s people. The bright faith that thrived during the Jesus Movement has now given way to a deep and powerful Cynicism.

The second phase of his plan has also taken time to unfold. First the Internet, then email, then cell phones, then texting. Each new technological advance has deepened man’s addiction to the cyber world.

Perhaps the most impactful piece of the Internet realm has been social media. This new form of entertainment is altering every aspect of life for young people. Cyber space has allowed the youth of our day to create their own reality—online. In this pretend world, they can present themselves in any image they wish. It is all built upon an illusion that they want to believe about themselves and, in turn, present to the world.

One Internet observer wrote that social media is turning young people into “faux celebrities—the equivalent of lead actors in their own fictionalized life stories.” He went on to say, “On Facebook, young people can fool themselves into thinking they have hundreds or thousands of ‘friends.’ They can delete unflattering comments. They can block anyone who disagrees with them or pokes holes in their inflated self-esteem. They can choose to show the world only flattering, sexy or funny photographs of themselves (dozens of albums full, by the way), ‘speak’ in pithy short posts and publicly connect to movie stars and professional athletes and musicians they ‘like.’ Using Twitter, young people can pretend they are worth ‘following,’ as though they have real-life fans, when all that is really happening is the mutual fanning of false love and false fame.”

When I read this man’s comments, I was struck with the sense that young people are being indoctrinated into deep narcissism—a sort of corporate and widespread Delusion. And that word—Delusion—immediately reminded me of what Paul predicted about the generation who will embrace the Antichrist:

“The lawless man is produced by the spirit of evil and armed with all the force, wonders and signs that falsehood can devise. To those involved in this dying world he will come with evil’s undiluted power to deceive, for they have refused to love the truth which could have saved them.” (2 Thessalonians 2:9-10)

These words take on a whole new meaning in light of the cyber world of make-believe which is currently fashioning our culture. Of course, unbelievers have always been deceived about their spiritual condition. But in order to get the people of the world to the place where they will ignore clear-cut biblical prophecies about the Antichrist and openly worship him, Satan must first bring them into a new level of Delusion. Social media may only be a precursor to even more powerful forms of media that the enemy will use to influence people. Who knows what is coming next?

Is it possible that the kids playing down at the schoolyard are part of the “Generation of the Beast?” Only the Lord knows the answer to that question. But I do believe that before it is over, Cynicism and Delusion will each play a major role in bringing people to the point that they will willingly—even gladly—yield their hands and foreheads to the mark of the beast.

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