Category Archives: Rome and Persecution Today

The End of Free Speech

The End of Free Speech, PDF format


Only if a political matter is a threat to the Christian Church, fulfils Bible prophecy, or adds to the body of evidence exposing the enemies of Christ and His Church for what they really are, is there any need for Christians to spend time analysing and exposing it.  Beyond such matters, believers need to concentrate on spiritual matters, the building up of the true Church of God, the sanctification of the saints, the evangelising of the lost, and preparing for heaven; for they are strangers and pilgrims in this world, and are to live as such.


Although much of this article deals with events which occurred at the end of 2020 and the beginning of 2021 in America, it is in reality about the worldwide assault on freedom of speech.  Of necessity there had to be something of a focus on America at this time, because the final nail in the coffin of free speech was being hammered into that coffin in America – once the greatest bastion of free speech in the world.  Once eliminated in America, it would just be a matter of time before what remained of it elsewhere in the world would be eliminated as well.  Christians everywhere, not only American Christians, need to clearly understand what is happening, for it affects the entire Church of God throughout the world.

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The Rwandan Genocide and the Roman Catholic Institution

The Rwandan Genocide and the Roman Catholic Institution, PDF format

Introduction

In 1994 the genocide in the little African country of Rwanda occurred, and shocked the world.  Within a few weeks, at least 800 000 people, or even up to a million, were massacred.  It had been carefully planned months in advance, and the warning signs were there – but no one heeded them. Continue reading

Still Blood on the Harlot’s Lips

Still Blood on the Harlots Lips, PDF format

The Roman Catholic institution, today, makes use of the ecumenical and the interfaith movements to get her way, far more than she does of open and bloody persecution.  Yes, she still causes wars and revolutions, which result in the deaths of tens of thousands, even millions; the massacre in Rwanda and the massacres of Serbians by Roman Catholic Croatians are two recent examples.  But when it comes to dealing with Protestants, she usually prefers to subtly undermine and to infiltrate today.  Continue reading