I opened Twitter this morning to see a tweet from the Russian Embassy, giving an emergency number out, with the hashtag #Manchester. It didn’t sink in straight away. Another tweet was talking about the UK’s reaction to Manchester. Oh no. Another attack?
Sadly, yes. This time, apart from the deeply occult “22 deaths on the 22nd May” I cannot see anything so far in the images I’ve seen which suggests this was faked in any way. Perhaps this time it was real terror, perhaps it was a set up. Either way, it suits evil Theresa May and her nightmarish vision of ‘security’.
You see, the media claim that four hours prior to the bomb blast, there were posts on Twitter by Isis connected accounts, which mentioned both terror and Manchester Arena.
Further down the page:
And the Daily Mail’s comments:
Be aware here – note the use of language. First of all they could tweet out about an up-coming terror attack, apparently. Then, although Twitter suspended many accounts, they state that “other euphoric supporters posted messages across Telegram and other secured messaging systems”. In other words – encryption is bad. Only bad people want to use secured messaging. Nothing about stopping bad people from coming to our country, no, and as I’ve written before, it is the perfect way to shut down an open society. People are clamouring for more security in the wake of this!
More security necessary? Why not have a full TSA style pat-down? Or real-time phone tapping? The problem here is Islam, but at this rate we will have to have that TSA style pat-down to go into a shopping centre. Is that what we want? NO! We want fewer terrorists (real or FAKE). More security doesn’t solve this problem.
But the narrative continues at the Daily Mail:
Yes, Theresa May’s plan for a new, regulated, internet – well, it’s clearly necessary, isn’t it? I mean – freedom? What do you want that for – freedom allows dangerous people to hurt your feelings, or worse, blow you up! Freedom is dangerous in the wrong hands. Apparently. I quote from the above linked article (censored, ironically, for profanity 😉 ):
“We will put a responsibility on industry not to direct users – even unintentionally – to hate speech, pornography, or other sources of harm. We will make clear the responsibility of platforms to enable the reporting of inappropriate, bullying, harmful or illegal content, with take-down on a comply-or-explain basis.
Basically: we will make private internet companies our internet censorship police, or we’ll fine them millions of dollars. This will create all sorts of unnecessary problems. First, to avoid liability, companies will massively over-censor. We see this happen all the time. All sorts of perfectly fine and legitimate content will be censored just to avoid the potential liability. Second, this will be massively expensive. Sure, Facebook and Google can probably handle the expense, but no one else will be able to. If you’re trying to start the next Facebook or Google in the UK, you’re f****d. You can’t afford to police all the content on your platform, nor can you afford the potential liability. Probably best to just move somewhere else. Third, does the UK government really want private platforms like Google and Facebook making these determinations? Why is it handing off the responsibility of what kind of speech is “illegal” to private, for-profit companies (foreign companies, at that)?”
So, whilst I have immense sympathy for anyone caught up in the Manchester bombing, and feel that, of course, something needs to be done, I have no confidence in our government to not simply use this incident to further it’s own policy agenda. It’s convenient, in that it will allow the narrative of ‘more security’ to trump the calls for fewer migrants!
Another quote from the same article:
“In addition, we do not believe that there should be a safe space for terrorists to be able to communicate online and will work to prevent them from having this capability.
And this may be the most terrifying line of all here. That’s the dog whistle for “we’ll outlaw encryption” because encryption — in the minds of foolish, scaredy-cat politicians — creates “safe spaces” for terrorists. Nevermind that the same encryption creates “safe” spaces for every other person and that undermining that makes absolutely everyone less safe. This is a dangerous plan that seems to echo the words of the UK’s Home Secretary, Amber Rudd, from a few months ago, where she wanted to find people who knew the necessary hashtags to silence terrorists online. This isn’t policy making. This is nonsense.”
I think this makes that point rather well. We all remember the famous quote:
I couldn’t have put it better.
Satan’s plan is coming to fruition. Satan’s plan to destroy the people of God (who were once of God, and who now walk contrary to God, whom He divorced for adultery) is going rather too well. The elites, who willingly bowed down to worship satan in return for power and wealth, are all slowly orchestrating satan’s plan. They may think it’s their plan. They may believe this is what they want. But satan is doing just as God allows, and has free rein, up to a point, to bring us to our knees.
And on our knees is where we need to be.
God’s judgement is here. Do you know Christ? Are you saved? Have you repented of your sins? If not, now is the time to get right with God.
God Bless you