By Lisa Haven
I used to think the Rightwing Extremism Document was the worst thing out there attacking Christian values and patriots, however that is not so. Today I stumbled upon a terrifying, and I mean terrifying, 34 page document titled “Project Megiddo” put out by the FBI that specifically targets the beliefs at the very core of Christianity. So much so that they place our beliefs in end time prophecies, New World Order, preparing, Armageddon, and Satanic influence in the government all as possibilities to be manipulated to induce violence against them. This is BY FAR the most important document that I have EVER come across—and I’ve read hundreds! If you are a Christian, patriot, or believe in our Constitution I HIGHLY encourage you to watch this video in it’s entirety. It is likely one of the most important video’s I’ve ever done. In addition while the document harbors 34 pages the FBI has refused to release two of the 34 pages, the conclusion section. Why the exclusion? Well, I believe you’ll figure that out once you’ve heard what’s inside…
Note: Obviously there are extremist groups who do things in the name of Christianity (these are not real Christians) but real Christian views should not be looped in and this is sadly what is happening. The line is smudged and states that if you believe in end time prophecy, the new world order, or satanic influence then you are worthy of government monitor and a potential threat, even though real Christians are not violent.
Here are some of the worrisome quotes from the document that specifically target Christian views and though they are aimed at the Y2K scare years ago, these same concepts have made their way into documents targeting Christian views today:
“For over four thousand years, MEGIDDO, a hill in northern Israel, has been the site of many battles. Ancient cities were established there to serve as a fortress on the plain of Jezreel to guard a mountain pass. As Megiddo was built and rebuilt, one city upon the other, a mound or hill was formed. The Hebrew word “Armageddon” means “hill of Megiddo.” In English, the word has come to represent battle itself. The last book in the New Testament of the Bible designates Armageddon as the assembly point in the apocalyptic setting of God’s final and conclusive battle against evil. The name “Megiddo” is an apt title for a project that analyzes those who believe the year 2000 will usher in the end of the world and who are willing to perpetrate acts of violence to bring that end about.” (quote from pg. 3)
Though this quote references the Y2K scare, they have applied it to future documents about “end time beliefs.” One document in particular is the RightWing Extremism Document.
Bible Verse on Megiddo:
“And they gathered them together to the place which in Hebrew is called Har-Magedon.” Revelation 16:16
“The following report, entitled “Project Megiddo,” is intended to analyze the potential for extremist criminal activity in the United States by individuals or domestic extremist groups who profess an apocalyptic view of the millennium or attach special significance to the year 2000. The purpose behind this assessment is to provide law enforcement agencies with a clear picture of potential extremism motivated by the next millennium. The report does not contain information on domestic terrorist groups whose actions are not influenced by the year 2000.” (quote from pg. 3)
“Religious motivation and the NWO conspiracy theory are the two driving forces behind the potential for millennia violence. As the end of the millennium draws near, biblical prophecy and political philosophy may merge into acts of violence by the more extreme members of domestic terrorist groups that are motivated, in part, by religion. The volatile mix of apocalyptic religions and NWO conspiracy theories may produce violent acts aimed at precipitating the end of the world as prophesied in the Bible. (quote from pg. 7)
We continually see that Christian beliefs in the New World Order and end time prophecies are consistently being targeted by government and labeled as cult beliefs that could lead to violent extremists acts motivated by “religion”. Which is the complete opposite of Christianity which does not practice nor believe in violence.
“When and how Christ’s second coming will occur is a critical point in the ideology of those motivated by extremist religious beliefs about the millennium. There is no consensus within Christianity regarding the specific date that the Apocalypse will occur. However, within many right-wing religious groups there is a uniform belief that the Apocalypse is approaching. Some of these same groups also point to a variety of non-religious indicators such as gun control, the Y2K computer problem, the NWO, the banking system, and a host of other “signs” that the Apocalypse is near. Almost uniformly, the belief among right-wing religious extremists is that the federal government is an arm of Satan. Therefore, the millennium will bring about a battle between Christian martyrs and the government. At the core of this volatile mix is the belief of apocalyptic religions and cults that the battle against Satan, as prophesied in the Book of Revelation, will begin in 2000.” (quote from pg.7)
Notice these are many of the same fears, (less the Y2K fear) that surround many Christians and patriots today. But yet we are not terrorists trying to commit crimes we just read our Bibles and know the end game. Christians will be targeted for their belief in God.
“Then shall they deliver you up [Believers of Christ] to be afflicted, and shall kill you: and ye shall be hated of all nations for my name’s sake.” Matthew 24:9
“But know this, that in the last days perilous times will come: For men will be lovers of themselves, lovers of money, boasters, proud, blasphemers, disobedient to parents, unthankful, unholy, unloving, unforgiving, slanderers, without self-control, brutal, despisers of good, traitors, headstrong, haughty, lovers of pleasure rather than lovers of God…. And from such people turn away!
“…all who desire to live godly in Christ Jesus will suffer persecution. But evil men and impostors will grow worse and worse, deceiving and being deceived. But you must continue in the things which you have learned …” 2 Timothy 3:1-5, 10-14
“…they will lay hands on you and persecute you. They will deliver you to synagogues and prisons, and you will be brought before kings and governors, and all on account of my name. This will result in your being witnesses to them. But make up your mind not to worry beforehand how you will defend yourselves. For I will give you words and wisdom that none of your adversaries will be able to resist or contradict. You will be betrayed even by parents, brothers, relatives and friends, and they will put some of you to death.” Luke 21:12-16
“Religiously based domestic terrorists use the New Testament’s Book of Revelation –the prophecy of the end time-for the foundation of their belief in the Apocalypse. Religious extremists interpret the symbolism portrayed in the Book of Revelation and mold it to predict that the end time is now and that the Apocalypse is near. To understand many religious extremists, it is crucial to know the origin of the ~book of Revelation and the meanings of its words, numbers and characters.” (quote from pg. 10)
“Unlike religiously based terrorists, militia anxiety and paranoia specifically relating to the year 2000 are based mainly on a political ideology. Some militia members read significance into 2000 as it relates to their conception of the NWO conspiracy.15 The NWO conspiracy theory holds that the United Nations (UN) will lead a military coup against the nations of the world to form a socialist or One World Government. UN troops, consisting mostly of foreign armies, will commence a military takeover of America. The UN will mainly use foreign troops on American soil because foreigners will have fewer reservations about killing American citizens. U.S. armed forces will not attempt to stop this invasion by UN troops and, in fact, the U.S. military may be “deputized” as a branch of the UN armed forces. The American military contingent overseas will also play a large part in this elaborate conspiracy theory, as they will be used to help conquer the rest of the world. The rationale for this part of the theory is that American soldiers will also have less qualms about killing foreigners, as opposed to killing their own citizens.
“Under this hypothetical NWO/One World Government, the following events are to take place: 1) private property rights and private gun ownership will be abolished; 2) all national, state and local elections will become meaningless, since they will be controlled by the UN; 3) the U.S. Constitution will be supplanted by the UN charter; 4) only approved churches and other places of worship will be permitted to operate and will become appendages of the One World Religion, which will be the only legitimate doctrine of religious beliefs and ethical values; 5) home schooling will be outlawed and all school curriculum will need to be approved by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO); and 6) American military bases and other federal facilities will be used as • concentration camps by the UN to confine those patriots, including the militias, who defy the NWO. Other groups beside the UN that are often mentioned as being part of the NWO conspiracy theory are Jews, Communists, the Council on Foreign Relations, the Bilderbergers and the Trilateral Commission. Law enforcement officials will probably notice different versions of this theory, depending upon the source.” (pg. 12-13)
The Definition of “Apocalyptic Cult”
“For apocalyptic cults, especially biblically based ones, the millennium is viewed as the time that will signal a major transformation for the world. Many apocalyptic cults share the belief that the battle against Satan, as prophesied in the Book of Revelation, will begin in the years surrounding the millennium and that the federal government is an arm of Satan. Therefore, the millennium will bring about a battle between cult members — religious martyrs — and the government.” (quote from page 27)
Rapture believers labeled passive but still targeted:
“As another example, the members of a passive group might predict that God or another being will one day liberate their souls from their bodies or come to carry them away. The followers of a more action-oriented group would, in contrast, predict that they themselves will one day shed their mortal bodies or transport themselves to another place.” (quote on pg. 29)
“Of the nearly 1000 cults operating in the United States, very few present credible threats for millennia! violence. Law enforcement officials should concentrate on those cults that advocate force or violence to achieve their goals concerning the end time, as well as those cults which possess a substantial number of the distinguishing traits listed above.” (quote from pg. 29)
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