Tuesday, June 15, 2010

New World Order: European Union to gather data on citizens who voice or share "radical" political opinions

"The most common characteristic of all police states is intimidation by surveillance. Citizens know they are being watched and overheard. Their mail is being examined. Their homes can be invaded." - Vance Packard, American journalist, social critic and author

Will Christians who refuse to accept abortion and homosexuality now be defined as "domestic terrorists"? It was Pope John Paul II who warned, "It was a regularly elected parliament that consented to Hitler's rise to power in Germany in the 1930s. And the same Reichstag, by delegating full powers to Hitler (Ermachtigungsgesetz), paved the way for his policy of invading Europe, for the establishment of concentration camps, and for the implementation of the so-called 'final solution' to the Jewish question, that is to say, the elimination of millions of the sons and daughters of Israel. Suffice it to recall these events, so close to us in time, in order to see clearly that law established by man has definite limits, which it must not overstep. They are the limits determined by the law of nature, through which God himself safeguards man's fundamental good. Hitler's crimes had their Nuremberg, where those responsible were judged and punished by human justice. In many cases, however, this element is lacking, even if there always remains the supreme judgment of the Divine Legislator....as we enter a new century and a new millennium, we must question certain legislative choices made by the parliaments of today's democratic regimes." (Memory and Identity, Conversations at the Dawn of a Millennium," pp. 134-135).

Already, elements of the New World Order Police State are taking shape here in the United States. But most citizens are not concerned because they are asleep. See here.

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Jonathan said...


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