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False Accusers

Paul said, “This know also, that in the last days perilous times shall come” and then, he listed nineteen ungodly characteristics of the last days (II Tim. 3:1-7). The eleventh characteristic is “False Accusers” a destructive sin that has existed since the beginning of humanity. It played a big role in the crucifixion of Jesus. It is a prophecy. Many have been expecting it. I believe it has reached proportions never before seen. And it has gotten much worse since the election that brought Barack Hussein Obama into the White House.

That election pitted Barack Hussein Obama against Hillary Rodham Clinton for the Democratic nomination for President of the United States. Mr. Obama was a student and admirer of a well-known radical named Saul David Alinsky and Mrs. Clinton said she had been indirectly influenced by Mr. Alinsky. Mr. Obama taught workshops on the Alinsky method and Mrs. Clinton wrote her honors thesis (”There is Only the Fight”) at Wellesley College on Mr. Alinsky.

Mr. Alinsky was a University of Chicago educated community organizer and he is noted for a book he wrote in 1971 titled “Rules for Radicals.” Rule 12 reads, “Pick the target, freeze it, personalize it, and polarize it.” To me it means select your target, zero in on it in a personal way and separate it from its base by demonizing it or depicting it as evil. Simply put, focus in on those you want to defeat and destroy them with false accusations. Hillary’s husband Bill called it the “Politics of Personal Destruction.”

I am not talking about an honest mistake, getting something mixed up or an accidental slip of the tongue. I am talking about deliberate character assassination, planned deception, intentionally lying about someone, name calling and slander. In many cases, the accuser is guilty of the accusation he or she is making, but the accuser is trying to deflect the truth by accusing his or her target of doing what he or she did. We thought we would never hear the end of Pres. Obama blaming his failures on Pres. Bush. And to this day, he calls those who oppose his policies racists. Hillary Clinton is still blaming Benghazi on an “incendiary video” called “The Innocence of Muslims” that was produced by Nakoula Basseley Nakoula that she promised to get jailed. Their ardent supporter Sen. Harry Reid is blaming everything he can on the “evil and rich” Koch brothers. He has clearly called Cliven Bundy a “hateful racist,” and a man with “extreme, hateful views, and dangerous.” He has clearly called Mr. Bundy’s supporters “domestic terrorists” and the Tea Party “Anarchists.” So Saul Alinsky’s “Rules for Radicals” is playing a big role in the end of the age sign called “false accusations.”

But the target is broader than Pres. Bush, Mr. Nakoula and the Koch brothers, who are not totally innocent. Just look at some of the groups that have appeared on government approved potential terrorist lists: those who are anti-gay, anti-Muslim, anti-illegal immigration, anti-abortion or anti-UN; the Family Research Council, the American Family Association and the Christian Action Network; those who oppose the New World Order; those who are concerned about detention centers; those who believe in the right to bear arms; those who believe in end-times prophecy; returning war veterans; patriots; the TEA Party; evangelical Christians; etc. In fact, anyone who opposes the transition to socialism and world government is probably a target right now.

It’s satanic. Sin began on earth with Satan falsely accusing God before Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden (Gen. 3:4-5). Jesus called Satan a liar and the father of lies (John 8:44). It comes from a heart that is not right with God (Matt. 12:34). It is a violation of the Ten Commandments (Ex. 20:16) and it is an abomination unto the Lord (Prov. 12:22).

It’s also dangerous because reviling, demonizing and falsely accusing those who oppose sin and stand for righteousness is clearly taking America down the road to religious persecution. The NSA storage of our financial records, e-mails, phone calls, Google searches, where we go, what we buy, what we sell, etc. is accumulating information that can be used for false accusations. The building of detention centers and the recent decision of the U.S. Supreme Court not to interfere with an Appellate Court ruling that allows the U.S. military at the president’s discretion to arrest and detain American citizens indefinitely and without a trial legalizes places to hold persecuted people.

True Christians will be out of here (Raptured) before the worst comes to pass, but the false accusations of some political leaders (blatant lying, name-calling, etc.) are evidence that the danger of persecution is growing.

Prophecy Plus Ministries

Daymond & Rachel Duck

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