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Why government should never become god: WikiLeaks Vault 7

NWO SmartTV.pngFor years, socialist activists in their various forms–from secular university professors to Occupy Wall Street to Democrats to the New Atheist movement to gay rights activists to sharia-minded Islamists–have been pushing for governments in the Western Hemisphere to exercise more control over the lives of citizens with Big Government initiatives and policies. Several years ago, when Edward Snowden exposed the degree to which spy agencies impose themselves into the lives of ordinary citizens, many of them wanted him to be put to death. Although they claimed they wanted him executed for violating the Constitution and violating federal law (things they really don’t care about), I believe it was really because Snowden highlighted the weaknesses of their “government-as-god” aspirations.

Now fast forward to this week with the release of CIA documents by WikiLeaks, and the weakness of the “government-as-god” philosophy has been made even more apparent. So much so that the liberals can no longer deny that Big Government is just downright dangerous. Governments are just not worthy of the god-status progressives wish to bestow upon them. They can no longer validly ridicule and dismiss as lunatics people they have labeled “conspiracy theorists.

In one fell swoop, WikiLeaks with the release of just 1% of the Vault 7 documents has vindicated Edward Snowden, justified President Trump’s criticisms of the intelligence community and wiretapping claims, and verified suspicions that investigative journalist Michael Hastings was most likely assassinated by a car hack in 2013 as he was uncovering government corruption.

In my opinion, Vault 7 also lends credence to the Bible’s prophetic warnings in Daniel, Revelation, and other places about the dangers the coming one world government will present with its warcraft and spycraft inspired by its Satanism. Those who seek to expand and centralize government powers over everyone’s lives to exalt one man in the future as a god will only end up hurting mankind, not helping them. They may claim they want and know what’s best, but in reality they are dangerous misanthropes. Vault 7 proves it.

And through his policy also he shall cause craft to prosper in his hand; and he shall magnify himself in his heart, and by peace shall destroy many: he shall also stand up against the Prince of princes; but he shall be broken without hand. Daniel 8:25

And he had power to give life unto the image of the beast, that the image of the beast should both speak, and cause that as many as would not worship the image of the beast should be killed. Revelation 13:15 (This assumes that everyone will be spied on to know whether or not they do as they’re told.)


2 thoughts on “Why government should never become god: WikiLeaks Vault 7

    1. @Anonymous,

      You’re missing the big picture. The CIA has itself broken the law by violating the US Constitution’s Fourth Amendment which says–

      “The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.”

      The CIA and other spy agencies have targeted everyone by snooping on their communications without probable cause simply because they can with the technologies at their disposal. They even do it without warrants. They violated the law, so this leak is thanks to a “whistleblower.” It can justifiably be argued and proven in a court of law that it’s not stealing but exposing governmental abuse of power. With their ability to carry out false flag cyber attacks, they can pit nations against each other and start wars. This is, as I believe the evidence will show, how they were able to get the Trump campaign wiretapped by creating false evidence that there was some collusion with Russia.

      If they can do that to a presidential candidate, then they can set up anyone for a cybercrime they didn’t commit by planting evidence on their devices without their knowledge, such as child porn. It gives rogue CIA agents leverage to blackmail any politician or judge anywhere to do their bidding. They would have the capability of putting someone at the scene of a crime even if the person was nowhere around by hacking their vehicles. So the leakers have done a public service to stop the potential of violating the liberties of law-abiding citizens.

      They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.” Benjamin Franklin


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