Persecution and Detention Centers :: by Daymond Duck

In January 2009, the National Emergency Centers Act (HR 645) was introduced in Congress to authorize the Department of Homeland Security to build detention centers to hold Americans during emergencies and for other “appropriate needs.” Good reasons were offered (national security, pestilences, etc.), but some prophecy writers were troubled by the thought of legalizing the detention of American citizens for unspecified “appropriate needs” in light of changing values, Globalism, Bible prophecies about persecution and President Obama’s desire to station troops in American cities.

In September 2009, it was discovered that President Obama’s Healthcare Bill (HR 3200 Class II Paragraph 1 Section B) called for the mandatory use of a class II implantable device (a RFID chip) in every patient (I believe the bill was later changed to H.R. 3962).Among other things this implantable chip would contain a person’sclaims data, health records, and any other data deemed appropriateby the Secretary of the Department of Health (suppose some future Secretary deems 666 or the Antichrist’s mark or name isappropriate). Many concerned Christians are hoping that all of this bill will be repealed and/or declared unconstitutional.

In November 2010, President Obama travelled to several foreign nations and it was reported that he told a group in Mumbai that there is going to be a “tug-of-war” within the US between those who see Globalization (World Government) as a threat and those who accept that we live in an open integrated (merged) world. This writer started wondering if he is expecting problems between those who oppose World Government and those who support World Government. Could opposition to World Government lead to persecution?

On November 12, 2010, TruTV ran a  Jesse Ventura “Conspiracy Theory” program saying that his people have investigated and can prove the existence of detention centers. Following that, there was a report that TruTV programs are usually rerun, but this one wouldn’t be repeated because of outside pressure.

In Dec. 2010, it was announced that the Department of Homeland Security has awarded a $385 million contract to KBR, a former subsidiary of Halliburton, to build temporary detention centers on an “as needed” basis to be used in national emergency situations. These are things that Christians need to watch, pray about, contact their Representatives and Senators about and pass on.

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Daymond & Rachel Duck