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And, The Anti-Christ Movement has begun.

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posted on Sep, 20 2015 @ 11:41 AM
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It's only a matter of time, before the world turns out into an Islamic World.

Fury after Saudi Arabia 'chosen to head key UN human rights panel'


The United Nations has been criticised for handing Saudi Arabia a key human rights role - despite the country having “arguably the worst record in the world” on freedoms for women, minorities and dissidents.


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posted on Sep, 20 2015 @ 12:07 PM
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a reply to: boozo

People that i used to kick it with are now openly wearing baphomet shirts to performances and EVERYONE around me is starting to fall for that new age deception. A lot of people have accepted the Beast for what he has offered them in return and its sickening that its happening to people close to me and i dont know how or if i should do anything about it.



posted on Sep, 20 2015 @ 12:10 PM
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Isn't the Saudi royal family the one that keeps three of its own princesses more or less locked up in a palace in the desert, too?


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posted on Sep, 20 2015 @ 12:17 PM
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This is ATS prepare to have your beliefs smashed into a billion pieces, you're a brave man.

I agree with you though and the coming destruction of Damascus into a ruinous heap will cement the validity of prophecy AGAIN. Just like Christs return did. Glory be to God.

Iv'e held off being overly religious on this site for a reason but it's getting harder and harder. The world is a VERY dark place at the moment, and events are lining up with prophecy. Even to the hook in the jaw of gog. And they're allied with Magog just as was foretold AGAIN in prophecy, but it's all made up right....... Right?



posted on Sep, 20 2015 @ 12:21 PM
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a reply to: boozo

A bit late to the field considering current doom porn suggest the demise of our Earth sometime around September 25.


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posted on Sep, 20 2015 @ 12:23 PM
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a reply to: andy06shake

No, not the end. The beginning of it.



posted on Sep, 20 2015 @ 12:26 PM
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The UN is a farce and the "image of the wild beast". Saudi Arabia and human rights are an oxymoron.



posted on Sep, 20 2015 @ 12:36 PM
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a reply to: andy06shake

Soooo exciting! The world to end on my 41st birthday! Many thought I'd never make it to 30... Luckily we slow down as we age.


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posted on Sep, 20 2015 @ 12:36 PM
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originally posted by: queenofswords
The UN is a farce and the "image of the wild beast". Saudi Arabia and human rights are an oxymoron.


What was it we told a liberal friend of ours?

The UN is what you get when you take a bunch of dictators and teach them parliamentary procedure. They don't suddenly "see the light" and turn their own countries into liberal democracies or constitutional republics, they just learn how to use the rules and the bureaucracy against you.


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posted on Sep, 20 2015 @ 12:48 PM
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The world is a VERY dark place at the moment


Yes and most of that darkness is caused by religious people, so what does that tell you?



posted on Sep, 20 2015 @ 12:50 PM
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It's only a matter of time, before the world turns out into an Islamic World.

Not likely. Christianity stands a much better chance of becoming the "one world religion" than Islam does. Or any other religion, actually. However, one could argue for a "false" Christianity being the one world religion. Not sure how that would work though, considering Christian denominations have been at odds with, and condemning one another for centuries.

Personally, I'm not so sure an "anti-Christ movement" is a bad thing, as long as it remains peaceful, and no ones constitutional rights are violated.



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posted on Sep, 20 2015 @ 12:54 PM
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The anti-christ movement began a long long long time ago and has maintained itself with in the fears of generation after generation of Christians. In that time it has been used to bolster the beliefs of many by condemning the beliefs and actions of many others.

Besides, everyone knows that the real antichrist has come and gone. It was Ronald (6] Wilson (6) Reagan (6)



posted on Sep, 20 2015 @ 12:57 PM
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Well, therein lies the rub. If we're talking about an anti-Christ movement, then it would be against those who believe in Christ. It would necessarily violate the 1st Amendment if it takes root at the level of government.

It could be argued that there very much is an active anti-Christ movement in most facets of today's culture already. We just have yet to see it manifest widely at the governance level.
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posted on Sep, 20 2015 @ 01:17 PM
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Well, therein lies the rub. If we're talking about an anti-Christ movement, then it would be against those who believe in Christ.

No. It would be against Christianity. Not its adherents. Or at least, ideally.


It would necessarily violate the 1st Amendment if it takes root at the level of government.

Then we have a problem.


It could be argued that there very much is an active anti-Christ movement in most facets of today's culture already.

Agreed. People like Richard Dawkins, Richard Carrier, the late Christopher Hitchens, would be an example of that, along with a growing trend of outspoken anti-theism and anti-religion.


We just have yet to see it manifest widely at the governance level.

This is where we run into issues. As you well know, the constitution does not allow for such, even if everyone in public service were atheist, the 1rst amendment is quite clear. If our government violates that by a noticeable margin, they may find more atheists than not, siding with Christians against it.

I'd say there isn't much to concern ourselves with though. The Christian population in the U.S. is much too large at present for that to happen. In the future however, it might be a concern, if the present trend toward non-religion, atheism, and anti-theism continues.
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posted on Sep, 20 2015 @ 01:27 PM
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You are splitting hairs there. Christianity IS those who believe in Christ.

As for the government not moving against Christians because there are too many of us ... well, haven't you noticed that our current government has a trend of moving against the majority of Americans on many big issues lately? - TPP, Iran, Obamacare. And it's not just the Democrats. The Republicans have been following along.

Our elites seem to think they know best. So I have no faith in them protecting anyone's religious anything if they think it's for the greater good to not do so. I also have no faith in atheists coming to our defense in any wide way. Some of you are sane and see the bigger picture, but too many atheists are more of the "mad at God" sort than the "I really don't believe and am comfortable with that" kind. The former are only too happy to stick it to the Man whenever they can.



posted on Sep, 20 2015 @ 01:52 PM
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You are splitting hairs there. Christianity IS those who believe in Christ.

It is a fine line, but it's kinda like "hate the sin, not the sinner".



As for the government not moving against Christians because there are too many of us ... well, haven't you noticed that our current government has a trend of moving against the majority of Americans on many big issues lately? - TPP, Iran, Obamacare. And it's not just the Democrats. The Republicans have been following along.

I wouldn't argue our government has and will again betray us, no matter our beliefs. However, an overt(unconstitutional) move against Christianity should be a red flag to anyone paying attention. Just as it should have been long ago, when laws were passed nationwide that violated the basic human rights of minorities and women, let alone the laws that violated the rights of anyone not Christian.


Our elites seem to think they know best. So I have no faith in them protecting anyone's religious anything if they think it's for the greater good to not do so. I also have no faith in atheists coming to our defense in any wide way. Some of you are sane and see the bigger picture, but too many atheists are more of the "mad at God" sort than the "I really don't believe and am comfortable with that" kind. The former are only too happy to stick it to the Man whenever they can.

Valid points. Nevertheless, those who would throw the religious under the bus, will likely throw their own under the bus as well. I may be an outspoken atheist, but I don't believe in the abolition of it. It would be a grave error, and a travesty of justice to take away a basic human right such as personal faith in a deity, if that's what one wants to believe. It is only when that basic right infringes upon a secular government, or the rights of others, that it needs to be addressed publicly.
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posted on Sep, 20 2015 @ 01:54 PM
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They did that after an international incident with a Military boy that stole one of them and brought her to the US a few years back.



You can not stop love.

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posted on Sep, 20 2015 @ 02:12 PM
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a reply to: wastedown

Well happy birthday when the time comes!


Hope you are at least afforded the luxury of getting bladdered before our time is up!



posted on Sep, 20 2015 @ 02:46 PM
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originally posted by: TerryMcGuire
The anti-christ movement began a long long long time ago and has maintained itself with in the fears of generation after generation of Christians. In that time it has been used to bolster the beliefs of many by condemning the beliefs and actions of many others.

Besides, everyone knows that the real antichrist has come and gone. It was Ronald (6] Wilson (6) Reagan (6)


ACtually there i ssome debate that the three sixes are actually upside down. now do w eknow anyone with thre names with 9 letters in each one?



posted on Sep, 20 2015 @ 04:51 PM
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I understand the unease with Saudi Arabia gaining more power within the UN.

But... what does this have to do with anything or anyone being "Anti-Christ"?

Belief in Jesus as a prophet and performer of miracles is a *requirement* for Muslim faith.

Is it because they refute the idea of a Trinity, or that Jesus was the supposed Son of God? They refute those things because of the perception that it dilutes the power of God -- Someone/Something so powerful would never father a lowly human. I would hardly label that as being Anti-.

Or is it because Muslims don't believe that Jesus died on the cross and was later resurrected. Instead, they believe God lifted him from the cross prior to death.

I don't understand why the 'big three' Abrahamic religions can't just compare notes and realize that the differences between their holy texts is minor. He was a prophet, or he wasn't a prophet. He died here, or he died there.

It's like people get off on the xenophobia and purposely stay ignorant of the facts. What a waste.



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