Camps are Coming

Everyone knows the story of Hitler herding the Jews off into concentration camps to be slaughtered but few understand how he got them there. Hitler came to power in January 1933 and immediately began taking action to create his Aryan uberMensch (superman). By March 1933 the first concentration camp had been built. On April first, Hitler and the Nazi party (which was the only legal party in Germany) ordered a nationwide boycott of Jewish businesses. By the end of 1935, Hitler had banned marriage between Jews and Aryans, as well as passing laws making Jews second-class citizens in Germany. In 1937, police were given permission to round up those who were “asocial” or “criminal” for internment in concentration camps. 4 years is all it took.

Accompanying all this was the German state media blasting the Jews as a threat to Germany and her people. Jews were “unsafe” to be around. They were “unGerman”. They were “the enemy”. They were “a hindrance” to the recovery of German society. And when the Jews were rounded up and shipped off to concentration camps it was “for your safety” and “the good of Germany”. Anyone seeing familiar themes yet?

We are seeing the beginnings of that here, except the divide is no longer “racial”. It’s along medicinal lines. The “Unshot” are a “threat to your safety”. The “patience has grown thin” with their activities. They are a “hindrance” to the recovery of the United States. They are “UnAmerican”. The same words, the same phrases that were applied in Germany to the Jews are now being applied in America to the unshot. And lest you think that we are not on the exact same genocidal path, New York is in the process of creating a law that would allow the Governor and/or public health officials to “ORDER THE REMOVAL AND/OR DETENTION OF SUCH A PERSON OR OF A GROUP OF SUCH PERSONS” should they be found to be sick with COVID or any other communicable disease. Washington state is actively staffing said camps.

Think about what that means folks. That means that the states of New York and Washington are laying the groundwork for a second American Holocaust. (The first is abortion by the way). This is for any disease considered communicable. But given how readily they change the definition of words, Christianity might well be a “communicable disease”. After all, many Christian parents pass it to their children. So if Christianity is a mental disorder (which many elites believe), then why not send Christian parents to the camp?

Unlike in WWII, there is no one coming to save us from this madness. We can’t just hold out, survive, and hope the Allies show up soon. The rest of the world is either powerless or more insane than we are. No, if we’re going to stop this, we must stop it here, now. It’s die or win.

However you feel about the pointy thing, now is the time to say no. Stop wasting your time gaming, watching tv, or surfing the net. If you don’t fight now, the new globalist Nazis will have those things taken away from you soon enough anyway. Thousands, maybe hundreds of thousands of New Yorkers have already been unpersoned and fired from their jobs for exercising their conscience. Start speaking up. Start local. Show up at county commissioner meetings, school board meetings, and so on, and demand they grow a spine. Contact your local sheriff/police office and encourage them not to enforce unconstitutional orders. Inundate these people with calls, messages, emails, and so on. Make them listen to you. But if they won’t, do not violate your conscience. That’s how the globalist Nazis win.

We hear a lot about “loving our neighbor” as Christians from our betters in elite Christian institutions. What I’d like to know from those ivory halls, is the following: is it loving your neighbor to allow him to be deprived of his livelihood and ability to provide for his family over a non-sinful conscience choice? Are the “unshot” your neighbors, regardless of your position on the pointy? If so, then perhaps now would be a good time to say no?

I’d like to close with this quote from German Lutheran pastor Martin Niemoller who opposed the Nazis, spent time in a concentration camp, and whose regret after the war was that he had not done more to oppose Hitler:

First they came for the Communists,
and I didn’t speak up,
because I wasn’t a Communist.
Then they came for the Jews,
and I didn’t speak up,
because I wasn’t a Jew.
Then they came for the Catholics,
and I didn’t speak up,
because I was a Protestant.
Then they came for me,
and by that time there was no one
left to speak up for me.

Do you know what’s going to happen when you die? Are you completely sure? If you aren’t, please read this or listen to this. You can know where you will spend eternity. If you have questions, please feel free to contact us, we’d love to talk to you.

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