Tomorrow

19 April 1993. At the time, having just freshly come home from overseas service as a Military Policeman, would anybody be surprised I supported what I saw my government doing on TV? The only reason I left military service, which I dearly loved, was a permanent disability, which would have prevented me from doing the real work. I was not going to be a desk jockey.

Then, my government attacked me (see Part 2), and I realized innocence and loyalty was no protection from the same crushing hatred. In a short time, I realized one of the most pointed questions — “Is Your Church BATF Approved?” — neatly summed up the justified fear of a government which refuses to abide the laws enforced on everyone else.

My church is not BATF approved.

About Ed Hurst

Disabled Veteran, prophet of God's Laws, Bible History teacher, wannabe writer, volunteer computer technician, cyclist, Social Science researcher
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