The very same thing will happen just like the inquisitions of old.Dungeons (concentration camps )would be prepared,Guillotines will be unsheathed from plastics store all over and special transportation be use to shipped the captive.The Commandment keeping people would be seen as the Terrorist of the day ,those who oppose rituals and customs use to appease gods to restrain the terror cause by escalating natural disasters,social decline cause by financial catastrophes, famines ,pestilences all will be blame on the little bunch who decide they would serve the true God.The Creator of the universe endorsed and made known by what commandment?the 4th.IN it is highlighted God's authority his jurisdiction,and his title.Its the only commandment that shows who God is.
We have a repeat of history brewing .When the Wealth moves to one end of the spectrum and poverty devour the opposing side.We know from all the worlds history that social decline like the one at present will bring the two in close combat,even to the detriment of both parties. Chose will reign world wide . Daniel 12:1 .
The evidence is there to suggest no country will remain unaffected,since the provisions are place in place to extradite/ship "prisoners"to any corner of the planet for torture according to the document below.A world police so to speak ,see the UN ,the world police .If you think am joking read the article below read between the lines.You will in no doubt see tools to be use in the soon coming crisis in the making.Gods word warns
Revelation 18:4 And I heard another voice from heaven saying, 'Come out of her, my people, lest you share in her sins, and lest you receive of her plagues.
Before destruction falls God always gives fair warning the system of Babylon is one of confusion,Religious confusion,political confusion. God calls for obedience to the pure unadulterated Word of God. Many false religions with there own teachers, prophesying falsehood , the same as in Jeremiah , and Elijah's time.When God gives his true followers those who keep his law and obey His word a message for the world, the devil sends his messengers to nullify God's Warnings and confuse the people .While Rome is calling all its wayward daughters home,They all endorse the same beliefs .A Messiah coming out or through Israel the land. and so all attention is turn towards Israel when they should look to the Lamb(USA) like beast and the Harlot( Roman religion) siting on the beast. mention in Revelation. Come out of her my people ! that's the call made by spritual Israel (those who keep his commandment and testify not deny Jesus like Israel of old. Remove your selves from her doctrine,her Sunday sabbath,her pagan traditions and customs that serve the gods dagon, isis and so many others .
For those who are not students of prophecy,this Mp3 book entitle the great Controversy written in the 1858 should bring you up to speed. The contents thereof are based solely on Scriptures from the Messiah prophesied to His second Advent..So keep a bible close at hand when listening.Pray that the Holy spirit guide you when listening.This is one book that the devil does not want you to ever read.
royalbloood. The article below from the Washington Post reads:
The number of major legal errors committed by Bush administration lawyers during the formulation of its early counter terrorism policies was far greater than previously known, according to internal Bush administration documents released for the first time by the Justice Department yesterday. Those policies were based on at least 10 legal opinions conferring broad powers on the president that the Justice Department later deemed flawed and ordered withdrawn, including several approving the military's search, detention or trial of civilians in the United States without congressional input, according to the documents.
While the Bush administration had previously acknowledged rescinding two of those memos -- authorizing the infliction of pain and suffering on detainees and claiming unquestioned authority to interrogate suspects outside the United States -- the government's eventual repudiation or rewrite of the eight other early legal memos was secret until now.
In one of the newly disclosed opinions, Justice Department appointee John Yoo argued that constitutional provisions ensuring free speech and barring warrantless searches could be disregarded by the president in wartime, allowing troops to storm a building if they suspected terrorists might be inside. In another, the department asserted that detainees could be transferred to countries known to commit human rights abuses so long as U.S. officials did not intentionally seek their torture.
The opinions were initially drafted -- and later repudiated at least in part -- by the Justice Department's storied Office of Legal Counsel, which issues interpretations of laws and presidential authorities considered binding on the entire executive branch. The multiple policy shifts during Bush's two presidential terms reflect an unprecedented degree of turmoil in that office, experts say.
In releasing some of the discredited memos, including three that the Bush administration had argued must be kept secret as recently as November, Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. declared that "Americans deserve a government that operates with transparency and openness." He also said he hoped to make future legal opinions by his department on such matters "available when possible while still protecting national security information and ensuring robust internal" debate.
The new batch of opinions does not include any repudiated for the first time by the Obama administration or reflect a government shift on the underlying legal issues since Bush's departure. They also do not include the most controversial memos that Democratic lawmakers and human rights experts have been asking to see for several years, including those justifying the CIA's use of harsh interrogation techniques and the National Security Agency's program to surveil certain Americans without warrants.
But the new administration's swift release of seven of the discredited opinions, as well as an official summary of why they were withdrawn, drew praise yesterday from Capitol Hill and human rights activists. Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Patrick J. Leahy (D-Vt.) said the collection begins "to provide details of some of the Bush administration's misguided national security policies" that have long been withheld from public scrutiny.
The defects in most of the early opinions were summarized in a document titled "Memorandum for the Files" and signed by Steven G. Bradbury, who served as the acting head of the legal counsel's office for the Bush administration's last three years without being confirmed by the Senate. Bradbury dated the memo five days before Obama's inauguration and said its purpose was to "confirm that certain propositions" asserted previously by the office were no longer supported. He said key national security officials had already been advised of the change of heart but did not say when.
Bradbury explained the defective legal opinions were issued "in the wake of the atrocities of 9/11, when policy makers, fearing that additional catastrophic terrorist attacks were imminent, strived to employ all lawful means to protect the Nation." He said the fact that legal flaws were noticed later was not meant to suggest that the authors did not "satisfy" professional standards.
Yoo's previously secret 37-page memo asserting that the president could authorize a broad use of military force to combat terrorist activities inside the United States was completed six weeks after the terrorist attacks. In it, Yoo said any terrorists in the United States could be treated like an invading army, justifying warrantless searches and the subordination of free speech and press rights if needed to "wage war successfully."
Jameel Jaffer, head of the American Civil Liberties Union's national security project, yesterday called this "a quite astounding proposition."
Nearly seven years later, on Oct. 6, 2008, Bradbury declared that the memo contained several "propositions that are either incorrect or highly questionable." He said that in fact, the Fourth Amendment prohibition against warrantless search and seizure was "fully applicable to domestic military operations" and called the claims about ignoring free speech and press rights "overbroad" and "not sufficiently grounded."
Jennifer Daskal, senior counterterrorism counsel for Human Rights Watch, said the documents taken together "read like a how-to document on how to evade the rule of law." Daskal said she was particularly troubled by a March 2002 memo arguing there were few restrictions on transferring prisoners to a third country, regardless of whether the country had a record of abuse. The memo emphasized that transfers were okay if no explicit or implicit agreement was made to torture.
"That is [the Office of Legal Counsel] telling people how to get away with sending someone to a nation to be tortured," Daskal said. "The idea that the legal counsel's office would be essentially telling the president how to violate the law is completely contrary to the purpose and the role of what a legal adviser is supposed to do."
Tuesday, March 3, 2009; Page A05
Staff researcher Julie Tate contributed to this report.