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The Ultimatum - can the country be saved?

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posted on Oct, 24 2009 @ 04:14 PM
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“The Ultimatum”, is the second of two books written by T. Davis Bunn in the late 90s. The first, “The Warning” was about Gods prophet warning about the disaster coming from the crash of the (da da da dum) derivatives market. The people were told to take all their money, get a position on the market and then sell when told. They made enough money to get them through the times to come and gave a third to the church.
Now with the country in bad shape, some in government want to tax the churches.
Again Gods messenger steps forth. The Christians are rallied to have a continental congress and pass an amendment:

“In accordance with the views of the Founding Fathers that religion and morality are necessary supports for the liberties this Constitution seeks to protect. Therefore, to promote the common good of society, no law or policy may limit the free expression of religious beliefs, nor the application of religious moral principles, in the public sphere”

The gloves come off and it is the moneyed parties attacking the Christians.

Gods’ ultimatum: turn from the downward path and come home – or else.

The Christians got off their bottoms and went to work to try and get the amendment passed.

In these days we know what is being done to us and what needs to be done. I see no “rally ‘round the flag boys”, no banners, no posters. At least that is what the media is showing. As little as they can get away with.

Don’t keep sitting on your bottoms.




posted on Oct, 24 2009 @ 04:16 PM
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I assume you are talking about the USA.
If so, don't worry, the UK is heading down the toilet well before you are,
so watch us go and perhaps then start worrying.



posted on Dec, 22 2009 @ 03:36 PM
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that's certainly true



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