Jon Rappoport gives us a nightmare vision of how the globalists are likely to proceed. I suppose he gets one thing wrong: His vision rests on a level of prosperity we no longer have. Still, you get the idea — this is more or less what the globalists have been cooking up for the US. Rappoport makes no reference at all to the current prophetic trend that indicates God’s wrath will destroy the globalist’s plans.
As Jack at Sigma Frame notes, we are in a time when divine gifts like prophecy are on the rise. When God pours out His wrath, He always sends His prophets to warn of the coming tribulation and to declare the sins He is judging. I am among those who have been warning for at least three decades, and I stand with a great many who are pointing a way back to God’s favor.
A major element in God’s wrath is His displeasure with the centralizing tendencies of human government. We have the story of the Tower of Babel (Genesis 11), filled with symbolism, but primarily warning us that God intends us to live a highly decentralized existence in this fallen world. If we don’t choose that path voluntarily, He will force the issue. He did it in primordial Babylon, and He’s doing it again in the West. We don’t have a literal Nimrod, but we do have a whole class of fools with Nimrod’s predatory nature, seeking to bring all humanity under their domination. We call them globalists.
Yes, there is another allied group from which globalists diverged — Zionists — and the two are working together sometimes. They have the same basic dream of One World government. Still, they aren’t closely allied, and the globalists have pulled away in seeking to make their final move. It will be their last because it will fail. Rappoport’s vision linked above says more about the propaganda of the globalists and their apparent dreams than it does to indicate how and why we should resist, as his last line suggests in that article.
I realize that a secular resistance is inevitable. A great many folks will wave the American flag and make a big deal out of this. They might even actually take up arms, though they are hardly so eager as their agitation suggests. That cultural bias Rapporport writes about is stronger than even the patriot resisters realize. I have no particular advice for them now; my prophetic calling is aimed at a different bunch of folks.
Satan knows that with God’s wrath comes also a surge of spiritual activity that brings repentance. Satan’s job is to lay traps for those who aren’t actually committed, but trying to ride the wave and profit from the prophets. Granted, those traps aren’t very specific and can capture a lot of hapless fools who simply don’t have a clue what’s going on. At any rate, a part of my mission is to point out where those traps are and how they work.
This whole bogus frame of reference about public health will become the excuse for persecution on folks like us who see that it has nothing to do with “herd immunity” and everything to do with herding. This is not a health crisis; it’s a dramatic presentation meant to manipulate and make you fear so you’ll obey lying “experts” whose only real aim is enslaving you. And in particular, it’s an enslavement to their pagan deities, for which they are seeking to build another Tower of Babel — to seek power in the Spirit Realm (Genesis 4:11 “reach into the heavens”) for evil outcomes. It’s to separate people from God.
So if we resist on religious grounds, it guarantees persecution. It’s not hard to see how that is built into the globalist plans, as Rappoport dramatically describes. Any future “vaccine” or certificate of immunity will play the same role as the Mark of the Beast. It’s not about actual health, and it never was. It’s all about control and serving demonic false gods.
This is not the final apocalypse, nor one of several we were told would come before the Great Tribulation. But we are heading into a time of tribulation that will seem very nearly like an apocalypse. This Babylon will fall like all the others, and it will be a huge mess (Isaiah 21:6-10; Revelation 14:8, 18:2).