I’ve noticed that many people want to learn about Chuck Missler’s belief about salvation, which George Noory prevented when he had him on as a guest, talking over him when Chuck started to preach the gospel (Chuck’s version). I don’t remember what my last article said, if I pointed out that Chuck was an Arminian, but I probably did since his website makes it clear he is one by one or two of the books he sells. An Arminian basically is someone who believes that they have a will that can’t be influenced by God, and that by their will than can magically choose apart from any influence at all, whether or not to accept God’s salvation from Hell / forgiveness of their sins / or not and can lose that salvation by the same will, by simply thinking to themselves they don’t want it anymore, so it seems to me. There’s no evidence for there belief, but that’s what they believe. A Calvinist however believes that salvation is is eternal, because God simply says it is. God says, “eternal life”, and that you get it after you’re forgiven, not, “after you die.” And why would it come after you die?! Why not now? Arminians forget or they don’t know that to be born again is to get an eternal spirit, not simply the Holy Spirit, but your own (hence why the Bible says before forgiveness a person is dead inside, like it repeated in Psalms twice “their throat is an open sepulcher” (which is a grave) and why Jesus called the Pharisees white washed tombs that no one knew they were walking over (meaning people didn’t recognize that those evil religious hypocrite teachers had no spirit, and were in that way, dead inside, they didn’t have eternal life, didn’t have a pure spirit that couldn’t sin and always loved God, rather, had a soul and heart that only hated God, and were headed for Hell forever). If Jesus meant they were literally dead inside, then Jesus would be talking to dead people who couldn’t hear him say that to them, so obviously, he meant spiritually dead inside, and figuratively meant it. If they really did have a spirit, it would be pure and unable to sin as Paul taught in 2 Timothy 1:7 and Romans 8:15.
While looking again to see what Chuck believes, came across a post in a forum that linked to a YouTube video of a seemingly sincere person who, unfortunately, though exposing Chuck as a smug liar, instead, used it as an opportunity to smear all Calvinists as being just like Missler. I said to him:
You seem sincere in your “conscience seared” video, so, unlike what is usual, I’m not immediately angry with you, in other words, you seem genuinely deceived to me, rather than just being a malicious troll, although you’re not allowing comments at all, that makes me wonder. But here’s where you go wrong:
Missler, on his own site, with his own books, makes it clear he’s an ARMINIAN. You do know what that is right? So, out the door goes your claim that he REALLY believes in eternal security. That’s a dead argument, that makes your video flat out wrong.
Second, do you know what a psychopath is? Psychopaths have no conscience, and can’t be believed, even when they tell you what they sincerely believe, that’s because THEY HAVE NO CONSCIENCE. Paul in the Bible implied you can know if a person is saved, at least as in have faith based on evidence, the same is with a psychopath, though you can’t see their heart of mind, you can pick up certain things that indicate enough that you can be sure (just as you can be “sure [of] your salvation” as the Bible puts it, or know like you claim to be able to know, that a person’s conscience is seared. Someone like Chuck, is not a conscience-seared person, you can tell, because he’s not simply a cold hearted liar, but he thinks it funny to lie about things which involve the heart of the Bible, the heart of our lives, third, he repeatedly contradicts himself: he didn’t just contradict himself in what you picked up and showed, but flips again on his own site. But, he promote Arminianism, NOT eternal security on a regular basis. So you’ve actually got it backwards. Is that a good sign that a psychopath promotes “uneternal security”? That defeats what you’re implying, which is that it’s the people with seared consciences that promote eternal security, it makes it the opposite.
Next: you clearly don’t know Calvinists, clearly, otherwise you wouldn’t be slandering or libeling them, and that you block comments is a bad sign, obviously you don’t like people pointing out to you verses that show eternal life is, guess what: eternal. Next, if salvation can be lost, it would also mean you could gain it back and also get out of Hell too, since not even Hell is forever. It would also mean God isn’t even eternal. It would also make God the author of confusion since you couldn’t tell if he really meant eternal or not. It would also make Jesus’ death futile, and him stupid, for suffering and dying for people that he knew would be lost anyways. It would also mean God ISN’T in ultimate control, that our will can defeat his, which is nearly blasphemy. It also contradicts that the Bible says DESTINY, as in God predestines. It would also contradict, and this is blasphemy, God saying he eternal loves his children, however, if he’s sending them to Hell forever, where there is an eternally unbridgeable gap as Jesus taught in the parable of the rich and poor man, then they would be eternally separated from his love since Hell is a place of eternal wrath. Even if you argued God doesn’t hate the worms he put in people down there since they don’t sin, and even work for him, fine, but is that how a father who loves his children treats them?: eternal wrath (intense anger) and an eternity of what God says is not life? Further, God DOES NOT say all are his children, how did you forget “You are of your father the devil”? So clearly, unlike what Arminians like you teach: God not only does not love everyone, but CLEARLY hates. “You hate all who do wrong.” Further, the Bible says those who are born again have an eternally pure spirit, how then could then end up sinning in such a way as to end up in Hell forever!? On top of that, the gospel is not, “Jesus suffered and died for sinners in vain which you can lose by merely making a wish and failing to love God or losing faith for a moment, but then get it back by loving him again and regaining faith” no, that is blasphemy you teach, and makes God fickle and a slave of our will, of imperfect fickle man, it’s, “Jesus died FULLY for sinners”. He covered all sins for a person WHO CAN BE SAVED whom HE INTENDED TO SAVE, not “Just died for everyone, the end.” And God is not obligated to love and die for everyone, as you know, because no one deserves it, or do you think you don’t deserve punishment? So don’t say, “But God has to save me.” No, he never promised that, in fact he made it clear he only intended to save a limited amount in his covenant with Abraham: you and your seed, not “seeds” as Paul points out, and not “the other seeds.” Hagar was cast out, not “she was covered too but God threw her out because he doesn’t like slaves” or whatever you make up.
Eternal means ETERNAL, not “TEMPORARY”. Salvation isn’t temporary, it’s SALVATION. God’s love isn’t temporary, IT’S UNDEFEATABLE. How can man’s hate withstand God’s love? It has to give in. So if you find yourself “losing” your salvation every other day, and finding you need to be baptized all over again, what’s that say about you? It says you are still in your sins, that you still need to be washed, since the sins still have not come off, not even with a hundred baptisms. Water doesn’t save, God’s word does, the true gospel, not yours that makes people twice a child of Hell, that temporary salvation band-aid you offer as “eternal love and salvation.” It’s you who are contradicting yourself.
https://eternian.wordpress.com/life That’s the gospel.
[end of my letter]
I also say this also to him and all Arminians: How did you forget that God says he hates divorce? Once he’s spiritually married himself to us as he does when he saves us? He even says he’s sealed his Spirit in us too, and that only our feet need to be washed since we’ve been cleaned, meaning our walk with Christ improved and made straight, in other words our sins have already been washed away, we’re eternally secured, but we still have a temporarily corrupt body that sins and doesn’t walk straight/obey Christ all the time, and needs to be tempered while it lives, otherwise, as Scripture says, we’re bastards, because God isn’t punishing us, and “bastards” do exist as Scripture teaches in various ways, as I pointed out with Abraham and Hagar earlier in this letter. Lest you bring up that God divorced Israel, no: Paul said “All Israel is not Israel” again: bastards, they were not all God’s children, and God wasn’t divorcing the good with the bad obviously, but meant he was opening up his salvation to others and no longer giving them alone special attention above all other nations. The huge amounts of blessing he gave to even the evil people of the world, especially the United States, who Israel has been depending on heavily for its defense, and who even helped cause it to become nation with land of its own again, with nearly the same borders it had in ancient times.
There’s another problem with those who believe salvation can be lost: many of you, if not all of you, (arrogantly) seem to think you can get it back. Twice the Bible says no, and in a horrific way:
For if we go on sinning deliberately after receiving the knowledge of the truth, there no longer remains a sacrifice for sins, but a fearful expectation of judgment, and a fury of fire that will consume the adversaries. Anyone who has set aside the law of Moses dies without mercy on the evidence of two or three witnesses. How much worse punishment, do you think, will be deserved by the one who has trampled underfoot the Son of God, and has profaned the blood of the covenant by which he was sanctified, and has outraged the Spirit. For we know him who said, “Vengeance is mine; I will repay.” And again, “The Lord will judge his people.” It is a fearful thing to fall into the hands of the living God. – Hebrews 10, and:
Luke 8:4 …when a great crowd was gathering and people from town after town came to him, he said in a parable,
Luke 8:5 “A sower went out to sow his seed. And as he sowed, some fell along the path and was trampled underfoot, and the birds of the air devoured it.
Luke 8:6 And some fell on the rock, and as it grew up, it withered away, because it had no moisture.
Luke 8:7 And some fell among thorns, and the thorns grew up with it and choked it.
Luke 8:8 And some fell into good soil and grew and yielded a hundredfold.” As he said these things, he called out, “He who has ears to hear, let him hear.”
Luke 8:9 And when his disciples asked him what this parable meant,
Luke 8:10 he said, “To you it has been given to know the secrets of the kingdom of God, but for others they are in parables, so that ‘seeing they may not see, and hearing they may not understand.’
Luke 8:11 Now the parable is this: The seed is the word of God.
Luke 8:12 The ones along the path are those who have heard; then the devil comes and takes away the word from their hearts, so that they may not believe and be saved.
Luke 8:13 And the ones on the rock are those who, when they hear the word, receive it with joy. But these have no root; they believe for a while, and in time of testing fall away.
Luke 8:14 And as for what fell among the thorns, they are those who hear, but as they go on their way they are choked by the cares and riches and pleasures of life, and their fruit does not mature.
Luke 8:15 As for that in the good soil, they are those who, hearing the word, hold it fast in an honest and good heart, and bear fruit with patience. [ They do not fall away, they do not wither and die, nor does Jesus say that any of those seeds that didn’t bear fruit, that any every did: You either are saved, or never saved.]
For it is impossible, in the case of those who have once been enlightened, who have tasted the heavenly gift, and have shared in the Holy Spirit, and have tasted the goodness of the word of God and the powers of the age to come, and then have fallen away, to restore them again to repentance, since they are crucifying once again the Son of God to their own harm and holding him up to contempt. – Hebrews 6
…Because George Noory is a moron deceiver.
One of the only things I can think of that could show the Bible false, is one of it’s main themes: “The Day of Judgment”, also known as “The Day of Wrath” in the Bible.
Here are possible problems I see (though my heart tells me there is a solution, so I don’t throw out the Bible merely over this, even if seemingly impossible to overcome):
1) How could God judge, in a reasonable amount of time that didn’t take millions of years, billions of humans who’ve lived thoughout at least, about 6000 years of history? In the first 500 years of history I’m guessing there were perhaps 100 million humans, and in the next 500, before the Flood of Noah, perhaps a billion or more. I believe in a approx. 6,500 year span of history to be clear. Each person in their lifetime of an average of 80 years for some people, commits countless sins. If, as the Bible implies, a sin is doing anything not to the glory of God, then every single action a person takes during the day, like bringing a cup of water to their mouth would count, even if in a small way, as a defamatory act against God. Is God going to name every single action in one day for all 80 or more years of a person’s life? Jesus did say that every careless word will be taken into account. Perhaps he simply meant that they’d all be accounted for, like in a list, but not necessarily mentioned, as in, “You did such and such at 4 PM, then at 4:01 PM you…” but simply (except for moments that really angered God no doubt) would say, “You committed x amount of numbers of this sin, and x amount of…” and so on, with God stopping to go through certain ones in detail that angered him the most. And of course, the person being judged, being in terror, and knowing God and many angels could be used as witnesses, including other people brought back to life, wouldn’t even think to say, “But God…” especially being that God knows all the excuses that could be made, and would take everyone one into consideration automatically by judging every action that there is to judge. But still, many people, billions surely, have committed sins that Jesus implied would incur a certain type of judgment against them, that being when a person holds a grudge against you for a wrong, God would focus especially on that. This comes from the verses where Jesus said to make up with a brother who has something against you, lest he takes you to court over it (as in complains to God on the Day of Judgment for revenge). How, in a timely manner, without wearing out all the people he saved or who never sinned (the angels who didn’t rebel), would he do this? Think of how many people may have been wronged over 6,500 years, and who never forgave the sins against them, would God bring every single one of those up? Would he say, “You did such and such wrong to this person for no just reason, and even went farther by being malicious to them for fun,” then beat them? And then after the beating, would he move on to the next grudge against them at some point and beat them again? Would he do this to many people at once, talking speedily to millions of billions of people at the same time? No doubt God could do that, but who would be the audience that the Bible implies would be there? And though the Bible says that the angels and humans God preserved for perfection would act as judges, how could even that, even if there were a billion of them total, go through such a massive amount of sins, and with every party wanting to see their revenge see it when Jesus implied that after a person is judged fully, they are thrown into Hell? In other words, by what system would all the sinners be judged so that everyone was satisfied seeing proper vengeance while speedily getting rid of the rebellious and spiritual idiots without wearing everyone out waiting for the universe to be renewed? Perhaps God will eliminate time, so that everything can be done in an instantaneous way, but if that is so, then how could anyone have any satisfaction with revenge if it simply happened in an instant? It seems that we were designed to live in time, so I don’t understand how we can think and feel in a universe without it.
2) But that’s just one seemingly impossible to achieve goal. By now, at least for me, it’s apparent the entire universe is filled with other humanoids. And though perhaps they weren’t meant for salvation, surely they will be judged too, who in the world will judge those countless numbers of beings? Would be others among them who were saved? If not, that would mean God would have humans and angels judge the entire universe. The solution would be if God had saved many among each race in the universe to judge their own kind (not that he merely saved them for that one event), thereby lightening a nearly impossible workload of judgments. And the other solution would seem to be to eliminate time, so that things happen in an instant.
3) Supposing Jesus died also for huge numbers of alien beings, that would mean Jesus not only suffered for the sins of at least tens of millions of humans, probably at least over 100 million, and I’d bet even more than were saved during the first thousands of years during his 1000 year reign to come, but also for countless numbers of planets throughout the universe. Some have estimated with the use of math and technology, that there are over 230 billion galaxies, and that every star has a planet. Even if each galaxy only had 100 races in them, that would mean there are 100 x 235 billion races. And supposing each race reached a population of 1 trillion before sin was finally eliminated, and Jesus died for even for just 1 percent of total population of each of those races before sin is eliminated, that he suffered for over 1 percent of 100 x 235 billion x 1 trillion people. How could God stay sane under that kind of crushing pain, or be willing to endure it, whether suffering it instantly or in the span of three days? It seems unreasonable to me and irrational, that God, the part of him that is Jesus, would allow himself to endure such suffering, and that God would allow it too. Yes, God does call himself “love”, but that seems to me to be going overboard. However, I can understand at the same time why God would do such a thing, because then no one, even a person like Satan, could say, “Oh that was nothing you suffered,” to say that would instantly eliminate Satan having credibility with anyone in their right mind, even if very evil, and it would make it impossible for even the most evil person in their right mind, to say that God WASN’T merciful, loving, forgiving or willing to suffer his own punishment. No one could say, “You won’t know what it’s like, you’re callous, you’re merciless, you can’t possibly know what you’re about to do by throwing me away forever into eternal emptiness”, and could not say “emptiness” either, since a countless amount of beings, including billions of humans, would be in Hell with them, even if they never met the ones of other planets.
4) Another “problem”: The Bible implies, a person whom Jesus suffered and died for won’t have their sins recalled, if that is so, how then could hundreds of millions of sinners going to Hell complain legitimately about Christians who had sinned against them (and that does happen unfortunately) or how could a certain segment of their life that God wanted everyone to see, or many to see, be shown in an accurate and logical way of the sins of the Christian are “blotted out” and hidden? And suppose it’s the Christian that asks for revenge for some certain event, or wants it, would he just have to keep silent because he himself had sinned during the incident, like said a bad word after being unjustly hit? The only solution I can accept is if God simply meant the sins of the one forgiven wouldn’t be judged, as in God wouldn’t make an accusation and be angry at the one he forgave/that Jesus suffered the punishment for already.
I may not have expressed myself in the best way in this article, but hopefully you can understand what I’m trying to say.
Update: It occurred to me during or not long after writing this article, that the solution to getting the Judgment Day over with in a way that wouldn’t wear all the good people out, and not take another “age”, like 1 billion year age of Judgment, could be done by allowing everyone to think at or near instantanous speeds. For example, due to fatigue or confusion and other things, people can take forever to understand something, or even process what you’re saying, but, if people were made to process the usual things we all have difficulty processing, so that we could all think as fast as the fastest possible computer could, whether organic or spiritual, then there would be no need to wait for it to “sink in” in order for a person who isn’t insane, to experience the punishment they should, and the other solution is not to punish a person during the reading off of the sins so that they end up not understanding what they’ve done wrong, but to wait till the very end of them hearing what they’ve done wrong (which would be as close to instantanous as possible, as fast as the fastest UFO), and then give them their beating, whether light, medium or heavy, and to read off the names of all the people that they are being struck for, and to be reminded right before the beating, “This is for all those people you offended that were just read off to you, the ones you treated unjustly and whom you hypocritically did not treat as you wanted to be treated yourself”. Supposing everyone at the same time were hit all at once, like supposing 10 hard blows vs someone elses 1000, you’d only have to wait a few days for Judgment Day to be over.
Update 7/31/2012 6 PM: Woah: I wasn’t even looking for anything for evidence of this article, but had been looking for a study on scorpion intelligence, and ended up on a neuroscience article that had nothing to do with that, then wondered if there were any breathroughs in giving people a perfect memory, and thought about brainman aka Daniel TamMet, wondering if he could remember anything, and then the article loaded, and woah. It backs up my solution to the Judgment Day theory. Do you doubt there’s a “God”?
Imagine, one day, you find yourself surrounded by police and arrested. What for? The officer says, “Harassment.” And off you go to jail. You wait in jail, under bright lights, for a day, denied water, blankets, a pillow, or mattress while water is denied you and you’re surrouned and standing on filth and debri of all kinds, including deadly bacteria.
Finally, after two days, you’re given a sheet of paper that says you’re in jail for “harassment” and that your bail is $5000. After two days of waiting, your pet at home is starving, and its cries alert neighbors, animal control comes, and takes the pet away, and charges you with animal neglect and cruelty while you’re in jail, you’re also missing two days of work, and because you don’t remember the number or have any friends and the jail phone book is torn up (and hasn’t been replaced in two years and won’t be for two more) your boss decides to fire you. On top of that, you’re rental bill is due during the time you’re in jail, and utility bills, and because you were fired, you can’t pay for either, let alone to hire a professional attorney. You then decide to use the public defender, and are told, “Your charge wasn’t illegal, there’s nothing illegal about hold a camera facing someone’s deck in an apartment complex when you’re not trespassing.” The public defender then stands with you before the judge, and the judge says, “Misses Hagitha Morbid Obese Sixty-five-year-old accuses you of recording her deck window, are you guilty or not?” And you reply, “Not guilty.” Your defender then says judge, “Slim chance anything can be done to prosecute this case, judge.” The judge replies, “Are you aware of your client’s past?” a subtle reference to severely false accusations against you that are completely unrelated to the case and an attempt to bias the defender, who is supposed to be defending you, and not personal-feelings-vendetta justice. The public defender looks uncomfortable, and remains silent. The clearly biased judge, biased over allegations from a year ago, then says, I’m going to set a trial for this, June 11.
The defender then hands you his card and a paper over this case. Later, after one day more of being in jail, you are released, five miles away from your home, and stranded from lack of money. On your way home you lose the card and paper. You then begin searching to find out again who your defender is and when the trial is. You also check your mail as you usually do, but find nothing about any court date. Then the day before your trial, you call two different numbers for the courts of the county you live in, and finally get what you are told is the right one, only to be hung up on by the computer system once you’ve waited through it’s five minute long message. You then call again and after waiting again figure out which button you should press next, get a clerk to talk to you and after asking if you still have a trial date, wait for her slow computer to come up with the information you want. After waiting eight minutes and being put on hold, you’re told, “July 15, and call the day before since it’s tentative (meaning the case might be cancelled).
As you wait, one day, you start hearing dreadful knocks on your door, and when you try and look out your door peephole, you see it’s been smeared with vaseline and some blur of what appears to be a police officer waiting for you and being silent. You then experience this repeatedly over the days, and at one point, one tries to come inside, but finds the door locked, and you, terrorized thoroughly, covered in painfully itching hives all over your body, your hair has turned gray, and is nearly falling out as a result, and you having not slept for days, finally are at July 14. And you call to see if your trial date has been cancelled.
Again, after going through the same mistaken numbers and long waiting times, you’re told, “I see a warrant coming up.” You ask what it is for and you’re told it’s for missing your court date. You’re surprised and ask what is going on, and you tell the clerk that you were told “July 15”. The clerk replies, “It was June 11, July 15 would have been a Sunday,” and you repeat that that is what you were given a different date.” You then ask what can be done, and she tells you the bail is $302, and you ask if you’ll be arrested if you come in to pay and what will happen after, arrested or not, and she tells you that you’ll have to go before the judge and get a new court date. You ask if the warrant will still be in effect, and she says, “Yes.” You then ask if you can be arrested at court over the warrant, and she replies, “If the judge wants you to be.”
So, what will you do, knowing you are falsely accused, and have a biased judge in the system against you, and find out you will likely go before him again?
Finally you go to court after having been arrested and spending ten days in jail, in isolation, only let out for an hour a day, and the case is dismissed since it’s been established that Hagitha’s accusation doesn’t state any breaking of any laws. You are now out of a job, and unable to pay a large fine to your landlord, and have one less pet, due to it having died from lack of food and water.
After a few days, the same Hagitha accuses you of having come back and this time to have trespassed and recorded her naked. Once again police are sent after you, and you don’t know why, and find out you have a warrant again for harassment, stalking and trespassing and that you have no stated amount that would get you out of jail. You then pack up your things and live like a homeless person, in hiding, and eventually make it to another state, after having been repeatedly stolen from, losing your life’s work, which would have made you rich.
Was justice done?
I propose the Bible’s common sense law of witnesses be adapted:
“A single witness shall not suffice against a person for any crime or for any wrong in connection with any offense that he has committed. Only on the evidence of two witnesses or of three witnesses shall a charge be established.” – Deuteronomy 19:15.
The reason for a third witnesses is if the first two witnesses gave conflicting testimony in some parts of what they said or if subtle bias was detected in their testimony. Further, a person should not be arrested merely over something for which there is no hard evidence, and only three witnesses with conflicting testimony in key parts. Further, a person should not be arrested over testimony that was gotten by a wrong investigation, for example, investigating the witnesses while they are with each other, because if together, they could simply repeat what the other said. Further, a person should not be arrested over petty accusations, like, “He pointed a camera at me a few times” or “He shouted loudly about three times” and other things which were brief and didn’t lead to anyone losing anything of value or being injured physically. Judges should also not be allowed to try and bias a defender or prosecutor in any way.
Further, if a person arrested is disabled in any way, and is more than half a mile from his home, and has no transport of his own, he should be given a bus token, a bus guide for the local area or fare for a cab ride back home.
There are obvious other laws that could be made to prevent injustices like what I described (including ones to do with the treatment I described in jail) in my hypothetical scenario from occurring. One obvious one is to establish if the accusers are mentally ill, sick with any mental disorders that would make them prone to lying, like psychopathy and narcissism or are generally malicious towards others for no good reason and if they have any criminal history that indicates lying, such as financial fraud and lying in court.
Some might argue, “Police aren’t meant to be judges,” but that’s wrong. Judgment is required for everything in life, meaning, decision making. A police officer’s job is to determine whether or not crimes are being committed and if there is sufficient evidence and reason to file a charge of a crime and make an arrest, not to just arrest because someone said, “He took my picture without asking,” or something else that the police officer feels is bad and based on the officer’s personal feelings, harm or arrest you. So police are a type of judicial judge, they are the judge you encounter before being put before another judge, one who’s main job is to be perfect in knowledge of right from wrong and whether or not laws have been broken which he must give out some punishment or commentary for if he finds they have been broken.
Further, warrants should cease to be in action if bail is paid, and a person should not be arrestable (based on something petty) if it’s been established they are going to court to get a new trial or are already there to get one, otherwise the action is clearly dishonorable, malicious or a conflict of interest (discourages a person who a judge, DA, police or citizens wants judged to come in for judgment).
If the warrant laws or three witness laws are not made, whether it is disliked that they came from Bible or jealousy that it was written in it over 3500 years ago), America will continue to degrade, at least at the same rate, because they are not enacted. It will continue to degrade morally, and in organization and so efficiency and be drained financially due to interfering with jobs, lawsuits over that (if the imprisonment and accusations were found to be wrong), increasing the rate of injury and death lawsuits against jails and prisons due to overcrowding and mistreatment (like being put into an overcrowded jail), and the waste of building new jails and prisons which are an eyesore and not necessary. The financial damage done to citizens (and police and government officials who rely or need these citizens for their own financial well-being) hurts not just Americans, but people of other countries who rely on them to keep or improve their lives.
If these laws are not enacted, America will increasingly fill with ever more bitter or more bitter citizens, till the pot boils over and war breaks out do to the every growing injustice of all kinds, including police harassment, brutality, trespassing, property damage, sexual crimes and whatever else crimes they commit which are never reported due to fear, exhaustion and other reasons. Crime will not be allowed to go on forever, except in Hell, like shouting unjust insults, where it will only hurt the ones committing them, or any nearby prisoner, if your voice could be heard in Hell.
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It’s a failure because just as science is only as good as the scientists who add to it and use it, so the same is true for a government and its law enforcement system which are only as good as the people who are in government and uniform. And there are many more unjust people than just people in the world who are able to deceive, seduce or bribe their way into positions of authority, so the unjust people will always be the most successful because of their greater amount of resources, until God puts a stop to it.