It’s official. The welfare rolls have swelled to 100 million Americans. That’s 1/3 of the U.S. population. Yes, 33% of Americans are now enrolled in some type of welfare program. This does not include Social Security programs like disability (which is at record levels also), nor does it include Medicare.
So Newt Gingrich was correct. President Obama is the food stamp president after all. Our President loves blaming his predecessor, George W. Bush, for these problems but this is squarely his legacy. Yes, Bush laid the foundations for some of this nonsense, but President Obama came along and built a mansion on that foundation.
While in public, he wants us to believe this is all the rich people’s fault for not contributing their fair share and for manipulating the economy to their advantage. But in secret, I believe he’s pleased with these results because this is the fulfillment of the New World Order [NWO] agenda. Bill O’Reilly, who mistakenly denies President Obama is a socialist, admitted something very profound on his show Monday, August 6, when he did a segment with Monica Crowley and Alan Colmes. He said Obama’s goal was to create a two-tier society where the rich at the top would take care of everybody else at the bottom.
O’Reilly unknowingly uttered the goal of the NWO. Obama is correct in that some of the wealthy (like the Rothschilds and Rockefellers) are to blame for what has happened, and they are the ones who are involved with Bilderberg and other NWO organizations. But his blame game is disingenuous in two ways: (1) the current state of affairs was orchestrated so Obama could target the wealthy who aren’t responsible for economic woes and who compete with or will not comply with NWO initiatives, and (2) this economy was created so Obama could have the perfect opportunity to push NWO policies like Obamacare and more government dependency in order to make the one world government agenda more palatable to the general population.
As a result, the U.S. is becoming a culture of idleness, a whole bunch of people walking around with nothing to do and too much time on their hands. That type of society tends to go downhill, as we see in the scriptures:
49 Behold, this was the iniquity of thy sister Sodom, pride, fulness of bread, and abundance of idleness was in her and in her daughters, neither did she strengthen the hand of the poor and needy.
50 And they were haughty, and committed abomination before me: therefore I took them away as I saw good. Ezekiel 16.
The United States is slowly becoming like Sodom in more ways than one. Sodom had abundance of idleness where the top tier was proud in the riches they acquired and became partying gluttons who idled their time away on selfish pursuits. They were like the rich man Jesus spoke of in Luke 12, who told himself, “Soul, thou hast much goods laid up for many years; take thine ease, eat, drink, and be merry.” Not only were the rich people in Sodom idle, so were the poor. When the scripture above talks about the hands of the poor and needy not being strengthened, it means they were not given jobs to meet their needs, so of course they became idle as well and pursued ungodly things just like the rich did. The whole society was corrupted as a result and it got so bad, God had to destroy them.
Will that be our fate? I hope not.
For further reading: More Than 100 Million Americans Are On Welfare. The American Dream. August 8, 2012.
Harry A. Gaylord