Many of us do not know the extent of this oil crisis and what it would mean for our future. But what I have observed is that many people are not taking this crisis seriousily. Perhaps this is a superficial crisis, or, the ARABS sending the United States governments message?
I don’t know what to think at the moment, but I can only suspect that this regime have BIG plans for the American public in the future. And I’m sure they aren’t good. The experiences that I have had with this system just makes me even more suspicious of what yet to come. But I’m not holding my breath.
I know that around 1995 there was some significant changes. We no longer could count on the democrats to change things. As a matter of fact, we were left to fend for ourselves. Remember welfare “reform” and the new terrorist act? That was just the beginning.
Now the American public is in the verge of collapse and “we” have ourselves to blame. In the early 80’s, we gave this government unspeakable powers, which allow them to pass laws that criminalize normal behavior. This also gave them the power over the right to raise our children and to take care of our families.
Increased pressures has been placed on people who protest against these atrocities by placing restrictions on how rallies are conducted. This also gave powers to the government to spy on hip-hop rappers and people in the activists community.
Now the government is at the point of spying on almost every American citizen. Through their cell phone and internet based services. And this includes the many other things that we take for granted.
Since the beginnings of slavery, the church has been a focal point of our lives. And until that very horrifying period “we” have held onto this infrastructure as a way to fend off evil demons that might harm us. However, the very engineers of the church have crafted a tool that enslaves people that worship it. And in the case of the black community, this is coupled with divisions within different denominations and hatred of people who the bible claims to have sinned.
The pastor is the messenger of the church. His purpose in the church is to bring forth a message that clarifies the bible passages. This is ok to a certain point (there are many passages in the bible that do not conformed to our complex history). However, the pastor is engulfed with egotism and glamor, which causes him to loose focus of what his/her true intentions are.
But that isn’t the real reason why I wrote this post. Because I’m involved with a church now, so I’m able to see the enemy at work. How he conveys false information to the pastor and how this information is used to divide certain members from other members. At the end, the church is left fragmented and there’s no hope in building a spiritual movement.
This isn’t a single issue. Local government around the country uses churches as a means to control our people. And it uses it to create divisions that would not normally exist under normal circumstances.
But that will eventually fail.
I’ve seen many, many people leave these institutions, because they understand that in order to initiate positive change, it has to be done through other means.
Can the church survive?
It depends. But it will take a whole lot of strong people with strong minds to see beyond the dogma that the government apparatus puts in front of them.