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  1. Hidden In Him

    Hidden In Him Well-Known Member

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    There are certainly many people participating in BLM protests who do not condone violence and are only trying to speak out against police brutality and inequality, but there have unquestionably been others who have resorted to violence and even murder. The danger in this - though I am not condoning it by any means - is that it may soon be returned upon them in kind. I received the following dream a week or so ago, and it strongly suggests that rural America may soon rise up in retaliation if things keep going in the direction they are headed. The imagery of a glass building is used in this dream, which plays on the old expression, "People in glass houses should not be throwing stones." It's an old idiom meaning, "Don't accuse someone of something you are guilty of yourself." Continuing to cry out against violence and injustice when they are committing the same things themselves may result in their own house coming down as well.

    The dream is a warning to Christians especially who might be caught up in the BLM movement, since they could be placing themselves in danger by continued association, even if their motives are pure. Such Christians are described in this dream as "students," with the "preschool" being their churches and their spiritual leaders being the "teachers." The "building made of glass" is BLM, and preparing for "fire drills" likely relates to preparing for the violence and burning that will be associated with the protests:

    I was in the preschool, except I felt like I was a student rather then a teacher. We were all teenagers, and we were lining up for a fire drill. The teachers were leading us out of the preschool building to this other building made of glass (building 2), where everyone would be safe. As we were going out, it was night time, and I was near the end of the line. I saw a funnel cloud in the sky as I was halfway down the steps to building 2. I yelled loudly to go back in the other direction up the stairs into the preschool. I only caught a glimpse of this rope like tornado coming down like a lasso. Some ran into building 2, and only me and a few others ran back into the preschool we came from. So then I looked out the wide window at building 2 as this weird tornado was disappearing. There were teenagers outside laughing and a line of vending machines that were hooked up to this building drawing electricity from there. I yelled "No!" Because I sensed this was dangerous. The teenagers started usingthe vending machines putting coins inside, and the entire building just exploded into flames. The teenagers outside building 2 were okay, but everyone from the preschool who went in there for safety, I sensed were killed.

    Then it was starting back into the preschool as a new school year. I was sad, because only me and a few others from before were alive. We were now the teachers giving a new fire drill. We were adults teaching a new set of teenage students. I raised my hand as a woman was naming off teachers, and I was leading preschool class three. I wasn't completely sure, because I didn't hear her well. We were fixing to do a fire drill when I woke up.
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    The tornado is the dangerous element in this dream. Tornadoes are appearing in dreams constantly lately, and they represent different "spirits" that people allow themselves to get caught up in. Occasionally they are positive but most often negative, as here. And this one is described as taking the shape of a lasso. This is imagery associated with rodeos and hogtying, and thus likely represents rural America, which is predominantly white and predominantly conservative. It suggests white, rural America may eventually start retaliating en masse against the "glass house" of BLM. This will be especially true if pro-Trump parades are hindered from public demonstration or attacked. They will be armed and prepared for anything.

    The vending machines in the dream represent Christians selectively choosing certain BLM planks while rejecting others, which is something they would ultimately have no choice but to do once aware of what BLM actually advocates. Based in Marxist ideology, their official statement of purpose advocates for the break up of the nuclear family, and their founding leaders are practicing lesbians who advocate for both homosexuality and transgenderism. Christians who selectively choose only planks in the movement they agree with but still associate themselves with the movement and are out on the streets when retaliation comes will be placing themselves in danger. The safe place will be to return to the church where they came from, i.e. "the preschool," where they are no longer a continued target of this coming tornado.

    Final note: Again, the refusal of BLM demonstrators to allow Pro-Trump paraders to also demonstrate peacefully under law may be what ends up sparking episodes of violence. Trump supporters will be armed with all sorts of things, as the following video demonstrates.

    While no one was badly hurt, this took place in Portland just recently. This parade was much larger than what appears in the video. It was miles long:



     
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    Hidden In Him Well-Known Member

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    Marcellus Wiley (whom I like), pointing out the problem with the BLM position on the nuclear family:

     
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    That is a rather naive statement. So have any of these others come out publicly and condemned the violence and anarchy?

    I do not believe a single voice from the Left has outright condemned these anarchists. And Biden's hypocritical talk about condemning violence was just play-acting. Instead of blaming himself and his party, he blamed Trump for it! That's about as dishonest as you can get.

    So sorry, BLM is NOT about "protests" (as the Leftists and the media hacks claim). It is about THE DESTRUCTION OF AMERICA.
     
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    Every BLM supporter condones violence... that's like saying every Trump supporter does.

    I don't buy either, and neither is this about Biden. The thread is about the American people. Declare all Democrats are racist and violent if you want, but I think you are the one who is naive, not only politically but spiritually as well.
     
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    The whole police brutality of blacks is greatly misplaced. The blacks, as a whole, have brought this on themselves by their conduct. Police are suspicious of them for a reason. Are police innocent? No, but they are reacting to what they have to deal with. Do we hear of brutality of Asians, Indians and other minorities? No. MLK sold the blacks a pipe dream instead of pointing them to Jesus.
     
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    That's straight bull ,shooting unarmed people is okay with yu .We been praising Jesus from the day you brought us here.And yu still don't do what scripture says
    We built this country for FREE!!!

    And when we had our own,yu bombed us ,first in the history of America 2 get bombed by their own country.

    You say we violent,what did we do to England,was that peaceful??

    Your "are the police innocent" is the problem,hence the reason why BLM,everyone does but us!!!
     
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    Don't know where to begin,so let's start with this ,did not white people resort 2 violence against us ,so it's okay 4 you but not us.You all started the injustice
     
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    “Black Lives Matter.”

    These three words are a cry to dismantle white supremacy, end racially targeted violence, and fix the broken system in which Black people struggle more simply because of the color of their skin. This push to fix the outdated and racially targeted system applies to many different outlets such as schooling systems, housing, job opportunities, healthcare, and the most talked about today - policing and incarceration. As the Black Lives Matter movement has gained more and more traction since it's origin in 2013, some have fired back at the statement by saying “All Lives Matter,” unable to see how this message minimizes the movement for equality and ignoring the deeply rooted racial divide within the United States.

    While it is understood that all lives have importance, the reason for saying “Black Lives Matter” is because they are under attack from different systems purely because of the color of their skin, while white people are not. We are able to see this plainly in many different systems, especially within law enforcement and criminal sentences. Willie Simmons, a Black man from Alabama, was sentenced to life without parole for stealing nine dollars back in 1982, while Brock Turner, a white student at Standford was convicted of three charges of felony sexual assault and only served six months time in jail for his actions.

    There are so many cases similar to this where a Black person is condemned for minor crimes and must serve years and years in jail, while white perpetrators get off almost freely for horrendous crimes, showcasing the white privilege and systemic racism that is alive and well today. We must lift up all Black lives and support them in the fight to freedom and equality in all areas from a long history of systemic oppression.

    If all lives matter,why the HECK are we the only one's who are and have always been getting screwed???
     
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    Oh ,and as far as reaping what one sow's ,think it's you all who's getting it!!!
     
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    As Dr. Charles Stanley always says "You reap what you sow, more than you sow, and later than you sow."
     
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    It seems to me the focus on BLM and it's "uprising" is misplaced. Everything grows from a seed, and so it starts with Police who habitually exceed their authority, and abuse the citizenry. They are prone to Unlawful Commands, which they declare are LAWFUL; they squash any citizen who exerts his/her Constitutional Rights and Protections; and detain, cuff, imprison, and prosecute people for no crimes. And if the individual is fortunate to stand before an HONEST JUDGE (most are in league with the Police), then he/she is released without any penalty to the Police.

    And so BLM flourishes under the banner of Police Brutality, while they brutalize our society, -- and the participants are complicit because there is no other venue to confront Police ABUSE. -- So many discarded Police Complaint Forms, useless Internal Affairs Reviews, and insulting Police Chief exonerations; and so now we all reap what HAS AND IS BEING SOWN.

    So what now/next?

    Rev. 18:4 Then I heard another voice from heaven saying,
    “Come out of her, my people,
    lest you take part in her sins,
    lest you share in her plagues;


    ... or people can stay in the cities. I'm quite confident everything will be fine. And GOOD LUCK!
    Bobby Jo
     
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    What if black fathers remained to raise their black children? Would that help them to see more of the American Dream? I know that without my father in my life when I was growing up, that hurt me a lot!

    According to . . .

    Children in single-parent families by race | KIDS COUNT Data Center

    . . . 65% of black children are in single parent homes, compared to 24% white children.

    What if those families were actually together?

    I think that has much more to do with the non-advancement of certain populations than "systemic racism", which does not exist in my neck of the woods.

    I know some agencies have problems, obviously! But it's not across the board!

    I don't believe the excuses people make to riot and loot and violate the civil rights of others.

    All who do this will reap what they sow, as we all will.

    Much love!
     
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    ... including the innocent Police (with some guilty) who are being pummeled and shot at for previous crimes committed by the TRULY Guilty Police. And Society also justifiably suffers for not holding our Police accountable when they exceeded their authority and violated the citizen's rights and freedoms.

    Bobby Jo
     
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    JohnDB posted this to another thread, and what D'Souza is saying in this article is precisely what I was thinking in creating this thread.
    If things are allowed to keep escalating, I don't see the American people as simply sitting idly by and letting themselves be run over by lawless, anarchical groups like BLM. If neither law enforcement nor the military can deal with the problem, militia groups will. They will be more than glad to.

    Dinesh D'Souza says recent riots and political unrest could lead to 'rise of citizen militias around the country'
     
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    Exactly.
     
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    The idea is to end it, n2thelight, not perpetuate it.

    But you'll have to forgive me if I do not get back for awhile. I'm supposed to be on leave from this forum for a bit. I just jumped in for a sec because I liked the D'Souza article and thought it was relevant.

    God bless, and good to see you again.
     
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    I take it that you are identifying yourself with BLM. But what you seem to be forgetting is this:
    (1) white Northerners went to war with white Southerners for the sake of black slaves, and hundreds of thousands died for nothing;
    (2) the Constitution was amended after that to ensure that blacks were not disadvantaged in any way;
    (3) the Civil Rights Act brought on end to any official injustices;
    (4) Affirmative Action became law to give blacks an unfair advantage; and
    (5) for the past 50-60 years blacks made tremendous progress in the USA, and white racism virtually became a thing of the past. The results speak for themselves.

    Then Barack Obama -- a trained Black Muslim Marxist (if you can imagine that volatile combination) -- decided that he would run for president and use the race card (along with his wife) for all it was worth. Now avowed Marxist witches are running BLM for the sake of DOMESTIC TERRORISM, not to improve the lot of blacks.

    And black anarchists are attacking and destroying innocent black lives and their businesses. So are we now talking about replacing white racism with black racism so that criminals and thugs can control the cities of America and destroy blacks? These evil people are attacking black police officers and black citizens because THEY DO NOT GIVE A HOOT ABOUT BLACK LIVES.

    Take a close look at Chicago, where black thugs kill blacks daily -- and just love it -- because the black woman mayor only loves herself. Does she care about her black people? Check it out for yourself.

    What should have really happened is that every BLM activist and every Antifa thug should have been rounded up, arrested, prosecuted, and locked up for sedition, insurrection, rioting, looting, arson, murder, violence on the streets, destruction of private and public property, destroying and desecration of statues, monuments, and memorials, etc. Yet absolutely no one saw fit to go after these criminals, least of all the FBI (which is too busy plotting against Trump).
     
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    KKK Should had been rounded up a loooong time ago,Those who bombed Tulsa,should had been rounded up a loooong time ago.

    You talking about a memorial ,a memorial 2 whom,those who fought against the United States of America.
    When will you all take responsibility 4 what you've done?

    ALL the criminals are with trump so how can yu open ur mouth with such foolishness????

    How the freak did yu get this country ,was it not with the same thing yu accusing them of?

    Where would we be had we not stood up 2 England?Was that peaceful????????????
     
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    And sh still ain't right
     
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    I Identify with right vs wrong ,and sh dang sure ain't right now!!!!!
     
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