Here is something to consider, about Obamacare (these provisions were in the prior plan, and I don’t see any reason they would not also be in this plan–no one seemed to have a problem with them):

  • This MANDATORY health care plan will involve every man, woman, and child in the US.
  • All of the personal, financial, and medical information for every man, woman, and child in the US can be kept in a file in this one system.
  • This system gives the government 24/7  access to your bank accounts.
  • Our friendly IRS will be responsible for all of this.
  • A national healthcare ID card will be required.

Here are some of MY OPINIONS, based on those facts:

  • It would be easy to monitor who had received vaccinations, and who had refused.
  • It would be simple to institute mandatory vaccinations.
  • It would be simple to require contraceptive injections for certain populations or individuals.
  • It would be simple to require any type of medication for anyone, as deemed necessary (Such as meds. for people who are diagnosed as schizophrenic, bipolar, psychotic, etc.; are obese, have high cholesterol, etc.)
  • It would be simple to calculate an individual’s ‘net worth to society’.
  • It would be very simple to revalue the currency.
  • We could quickly go to a cashless society.
  • Banks (except for a ‘National Bank’) could be eliminated.
  • You could be locked out of the financial system by opting out of the healthcare plan.
  • With all your personal  information in the system, every payment from the government (Social Security, SSI, welfare, foodstamps, tax refunds, etc.) could be routed through this system and direct deposited into your bank account.
  • With all your personal  information in the system, every payment due to the government (many mortgages, student loans, taxes, etc.) could be directly debited from your bank account.
  • If desired, your wages could be instantly garnished, your accounts could be easily frozen.
  • Legal judgments against you could be set up on automatic payment plans, without needing your consent.
  • Child support and alimony could automatically be transferred between parties, according to court orders.
  • If you won a case against someone in court, whatever they owe you could be set up to transfer to you automatically, according to whatever payment plan the court decided.
  • If you declared bankruptcy, the court could have payments made to your creditors automatically.
  • More personal information (DNA samples, eye scans, fingerprints) could, at some point, be a mandatory part of the plan.
  • The National Healthcare ID Card could become required for all financial transactions.
  • Until Radio Frequency chips were included in the cards, they could be used as a passcard in order to enter any kind of a business or government building, at tollbooths, when boarding airplanes, etc. thus ensuring our whereabouts were known most of the time.

SELLING POINTS THEY WOULD PROBABLY USE

Improved Health

  • Everyone would have access to healthcare.
  • Outbreaks of everything from food poisoning to plagues could be identified and tracked, and their origins determined.
  • If an outbreak began, it would be easier to determine who had been exposed,  and to quarantine all who are at risk of having been exposed.
  • Outbreaks could be prevented by enforcing mandatory vaccinations.
  • Abortions could be prevented by enforcing mandatory birth control until a certain age.

Efficiency and Savings

  • Financial, and other, transactions could be much more efficient if all of the information on each of us was in one location.
  • Your taxes could automatically be deducted from each paycheck and transaction, and eventually eliminate the need to file at the end of the year.
  • Businesses would save money by not having to deal with collecting sales tax or managing ‘payroll taxes’.
  • Welfare, foodstamps, etc. could be automatically and efficiently calculated, adjusted, and deposited.

A Fairer System

  • ‘The wealthy’ couldn’t hide assets anymore.
  • ‘Tax cheats’ couldn’t evade paying taxes.
  • It could eliminate welfare fraud.
  • No one could evade state tax by purchasing via the internet.
  • Financial losses (to the government, to businesses, etc.) could be greatly minimized because, once in place, payment plans could be adjusted (if necessary) during periods of economic hardship, etc. but debts would remain ‘on the books’ until every last penny was paid.
  • Stops could be put in place to prevent a person from spending or borrowing beyond their means, based on their financial history, and current income and obligations.
  • Priorities could be set on a person’s obligations so that payments were always deducted before any funds were made available to them.
  • ‘Deadbeat Dads’ could be stopped in their tracks by deducting child support from their paychecks and transferring it to the custodial parent–this would decrease the number of single parents and children that live in poverty.

Safety

  • With enough personal data (DNA, eye scans, fingerprints) included in the system, identity theft could be virtually eliminated.
  • It could greatly reduce crime.
  • It would be easy to monitor the whereabouts of criminals and catch perpetrators.
  • It would make illegal sales and purchases very difficult, and they would be easy to prosecute because every transaction would be recorded.
  • It would decrease theft, because it would be hard to resell the stolen items.
  • It would reduce robbery, and its associated violence, because cash could be eliminated.
  • It would be relatively simple to solve crimes, once everyone’s DNA, fingerprints, etc. were in the system.  (Even if an individual had managed to avoid that, it would be possible to narrow down their identity based on the similarity of their DNA to family members that were in the database.)

So, basically, my feeling is that the Healthcare Plan is a ‘Trojan Horse’ and a backdoor way of instituting a new system that is unconstitutional, and that many people would otherwise resist.

I know what sort of evil the Bible says that a system like this will enable.  It basically puts in place a vehicle for satan to come into power over all the governments and people of the Earth, and to have authority over everyone–and it is an awful, fearsome, brutal, stifling way in which he will rule.

Some people may think this is an exaggeration, that this system could not spread to the whole world.  I can’t predict the exact manner in which that would take place, or if it even would, but I do know that the American Empire is spread out over the entire planet.  Certainly not everyone is subject to us, but we have a significant entanglement with, and leverage over, many different countries and peoples.

We have sufficient bio warfare capabilities, for example, that we could covertly unleash a worldwide plague, and happen to be the only ones that were able to develop an antidote.  In that kind of a crisis, it would be easy to implement some form of a healthcare/tracking system in countries that we chose to help.

Who knows.  These are thoughts and opinions I have based on the basic facts stated above:

  • This MANDATORY health care plan will involve every man, woman, and child in the US.
  • All of the personal, financial, and medical information for every man, woman, and child in the US can be kept in a file in this one system.
  • This system gives the government 24/7  access to your bank accounts.
  • Our friendly IRS will be responsible for all of this.
  • A national healthcare ID card will be required.

Some people will see these possibilities as wonderful–others of us will see this kind of system as nightmarish and oppressive. These are just my opinions.  I could be all wrong.  I hope so.

And, as you can see, there are many compelling reasons to put a system like this in place.  Do we have a good reason for resisting?  I know it is unconstitutional–I believe that is a very important reason.  The opposition’s main rebuttal is that The Constitution was meant to bend and flow with time and circumstances.  (I disagree).  But, eventually it may not come down to a question of what our founders intended–but of what the majority want now.

How do we answer these selling points without sounding hopelessly steeped in superstition, fear and paranoia?  We are talking about things that can happen– but they’ll argue that it’s not inevitable that they will happen.  (Because of our faith in God and the accuracy of His Word, we know these things WILL eventually happen).

We are opposing people that believe the ends justify the means.  And it looks like the possible ends could solve an awful lot of problems–problems that are concrete and exist today, versus later events that they question, because they are based in the prophecies of a God they neither serve nor believe in.  I can understand why they would be so frustrated with our opposition.

Unquestionably, we are in a difficult position.  We know what God has told us things will be like later–and it will be possible because of a system they are putting in place today.  But, the only grounds we have for fighting it, that our opponents might consider rational, is that the way it is being put in place is unconstitutional.  Can we even say, with certainty, that God is telling us to fight it?

I don’t have the answers.  These are things I’m wrestling with.  What do we do?  Do we continue to fight it?  Or do we decide that if most Americans want this new Amerika, then that is their choice?  Do we leave, and find a home elsewhere, that better agrees with our beliefs?

If we stay, will we change anything by fighting? (We do know that the whole world will eventually end up with this kind of a system–but will it be because nothing we did could change it–or because we left and allowed it to happen? I think, at best, we can buy some time, but I believe we could buy 20 years at most.)

As Americans, it is our duty to fight this hijacking of our country–if we wish to continue to have it for our children, as it was originally founded.  But, if we find that we truly are in the minority–then do we have the right to impose our view of things on everyone else?

As Christians, we are to be good stewards, and to be responsible and actively involved in our communities and in our country–but are we to stay here and continue fighting, or should we go in peace?

I have believed that we should fight for America–especially since our government has basically been hijacked, and things that are being done are against the will of the people–but I’m no longer sure.  I’m beginning to doubt that enough of us have the will to fight–that some want this new Amerika, some don’t care, and some care but won’t expend any effort to join the fight.

Is taking back America something that you should be willing to fight for–to the death?  And if you believe so–why?  Is it patriotism that requires it, pride and anger over injustice, or the will of God for American Christians?

As Christians, what should our priorities be?  I believe:

  1. God
  2. Family
  3. Church
  4. Community/Country

I think each of us really needs to look to God for wisdom.  The door is still open, for those who wish to leave America in peace.  But I believe the door will close, and many of those who remain will be imprisoned or die for their resistance.

I believe that those who stay will either

  • yield and become part of the new ungodly Amerika (and be pressured further from God each day) or
  • stay, and live in peace as much as they can, and concentrate on evangelism (as a missionary in a foreign country) or
  • stay and fight to regain America–and pay a very high price (Will they win back America?  I don’t know.)

It is time to really seek God for wisdom, and His will in your life.  He has a plan for each of us, a plan for our families–and a plan for America.

Is America under God’s judgment?  If so, perhaps He is calling you to leave, so that you will not suffer her punishment.  If He is judging America, then would our efforts to win her back be in contradiction to His will?  Would we have any hope of success? If America is to be won back, it will definitely require God’s involvement to happen.

On the contrary, if it is God’s will for us to win America back, it doesn’t take a majority. Look back to the story of Gideon: God sent many of the fighters back home, and used just a small group of men to defeat a huge army–because He didn’t want them taking the credit for the victory.  He wanted them to realize that He had fought the battle on their behalf.

I don’t have the answers.  We each need to seek God for His will for us.  Some of us He may call to leave, some to stay and evangelize, and others to stay and resist.

And for those who decide to stay and fight–is it God’s will that your family should also stay, or does He wish to move them to a place of safety?  I do believe that your responsibility to care for and protect your family comes ahead of your responsibility to your country.  Do you have a right to endanger them because of your conviction that you should stay and fight? Even if that is God’s will for you, it may not be His will for them.

Let it be His will that decides your course–not fear, not guilt, not pressure from others.

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