Part of what he wrote is quoted below, the rest is available at his site:
The world revolution against cabal rule and Babylonian style debt slavery continues to unfold, leaving Europe and the Middle East in turmoil. The Greeks made the boldest move last week when they kicked out the cabal slave government and elected a government promising to end debt slavery. The Russians were not far behind when they took of the gloves and began a full scale military campaign against the cabal mercenary army in Eastern Ukraine. Also, the cabal slave government in Yemen, located next to Saudi Arabia’s oil fields, was overthrown last week just as Saudi King Abdullah died.
The European banking system is also in severe turmoil with the European central bank being forced to issue over one trillion Euros, ostensibly to boost the economy but, in reality, to prevent total collapse of the European banking system.
These incidents are interrelated parts of a single campaign to liberate the planet from a satanic cabal that is still trying to start World War 3 in order to permanently enslave humanity.
Also last week, representatives of the group trying to replace the cabal controlled US dollar with the cabal controlled SDR contacted the White Dragon Society to try to justify their plans. The essence of their message was….http://benjaminfulford.net
“Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.” John Adams (2nd President) Why is that? Why is a document that codifies a framework of “life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness” only for “a moral and religious people” and “is wholly inadequate to the government of any other”?
The Founding Fathers had strong Christian backgrounds. Their understanding of law and morality was seeped in the Old Testament laws given by God through Moses. These included such laws as property rights, not defrauding workers, not coveting and stealing, not murdering, and not committing adultery. It is from these laws that society has derived its own sense of property rights, labor laws, protection of the family, and other laws. These laws were based on religion as the Founding Fathers and those before them understood it, going back to roots in the Old Testament. They were also based on morality based upon those laws.
What happens when that foundation is torn asunder? What happens when there is no longer a common religious moral for the people? Religion is not just something that happens in a church. The definition of religion is, among other things, “a cause, principle, or system of beliefs held to with ardor and faith”. I think we would all agree that doesn’t take a church building for that to happen. There are a lot of things that fit that definition.
What if the newest “religious” beliefs expunge the traditional ideas of western civilization based on “old, traditional morality” such as not killing, not stealing, allowing property rights and private property, not committing adultery, and all the other things we are so accustomed to in western civilization that we don’t really give them a thought. Think about it. The right for a woman to divorce and ask for alimony is based on the underlying assumption that it is wrong for her husband to commit adultery. The right of a farmer to protect his property is based on the underlying assumption that it is a right for him to own and keep his own property. And that is part of the issue. We are so assuming of these rights that sometimes we don’t critically examine where they came from which makes it easier to lose these rights if we don’t understand history.
The shifting of morals is certainly seen in one of society’s greatest modern-day scourges, that of child sex trafficking. Society, having stepped away from the traditional idea of the sanctity of life, into a “me first” mentality, now considers it acceptable to exploit the most defenseless among us. Sex trafficking is a problem worldwide and the problem is not confined to the borders of the nations where it is the most outwardly prevalent. Via the internet, videos of exploitation make their ways to other shores, so the problem is not just within the nations where it originates; it is also in the appetite of nations that demand it virtually. That spreads the guilt around to many nations and peoples.
And why is this? Society has lost its way. While in the industrialized West we accept that there are laws that govern science and mathematics (though even this is now being eroded by new norms, politically driven that need data to back up their own agenda), despite that the West recognizes these laws that are behind the many inventions that make western society what it is, yet, mankind does not believe that there are laws for man himself. This is because Western civilization has been untethered from its historical Judeo/Christian roots.
To deal with the child trafficking problem requires going back to historical roots of the value and sanctity of life. It requires going back to the understanding that men, women, and children were created in the image of God for his purpose, and not for the exploitation of one another. God valued what he created enough to set sanctity of life as the standard. Mankind is currently indicating that it does not value itself as highly as God does.
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