In case it concerns you, the framers of the U.S. Constitution certainly anticipated violently overthrowing an out-of-control, lawless, so-called government; therefore, the current so-called U.S. government doesn't have constitutional justification against violent revolutionaries unless that claimed government cleans up its act and soon. The U.S. Constitution is based upon the revolutionary understanding set out in the U.S. Declaration of Independence.

Jeremiah 22:16-17 KJVR He judged the cause of the poor and needy; then it was well with him: was not this to know me? saith the LORD. (17) But thine eyes and thine heart are not but for thy covetousness, and for to shed innocent blood, and for oppression, and for violence, to do it.

The current so-called government of the United States of America is an illegitimate and illegal conspiracy that has fraudulently stripped the common and poor and needy people. It is a greedy entity; a lying entity; a violent, imperial leeching-octopus upon the world. It sheds innocent blood so it can come to oppress and often for the sake of bloodthirstiness. In utter futility, it seeks to cover evil from the light of truth. Those are but a few of its huge crimes concerning which it has so far refused to repent. Prophecy has it that it will not repent but fall. However, there is the word "if."

Unfortunately, the Zealots arrayed against it in the form of would-be violent revolutionaries do not have the poor and needy as its cause but rather more selfish interests.

Hence, neither the so-called government nor the would-be violent revolutionaries in the main have even the interests of King David, who was interested in justice for the poor and needy; however, look at what became of David's worldly kingdom. What makes anyone think that any thing less than David's outlook will prevail or is the best path or right direction?

Many people would have begun such a violent revolution long ago, but they are not willing to start without thinking they clearly sense an imminent groundswell of support. It would be a continuation of the original revolution against the Crown. The current so-called government is nearly of the opposite mentality of that original revolution. The current so-called government is acting much as that Crown, ostensibly overthrown for just cause. The current so-called government is vastly more akin to that Crown that was overthrown in the English colonies in America by Americans.

Regardless, non-violence and anti-property destruction is non-secular with me. I am not a secularist. I do not advocate the violent overthrow of anyone. I advocate bad governors repenting and stepping down if need be (change of heart). It's not my intention to get between a violent, out-of-control, lawless government and violent revolutionaries against it.

I'd maintain my position that neither would be right (although there are lesser of evils in the world), but I'm not coercive. I would not condone either side. I would say they all should stop, but I wouldn't attempt to force them in the mundane sense. I'd leave that to the spirit.

Choices: Peacefully and permanently separate them for everyone's sake, or bring down the wrath and burn them to a crisp.

I don't call down the wrath, but I know Satan is unleashed on account of human iniquity. Who deserves what and why and when and how it all plays out for every soul are things that are closed or hidden for the time being.

People disrespect the Bible, but it says "outer darkness," the "bottomless pit," and the "lake of fire," etc. Likewise, Heaven varies from "the garden," to a "mansion," to a cube, to "rapture" in the sky, etc. The allegorical mixed in with the literal, metaphysical happenings drives many people crazier. It's not my fault that so many people can't handle my spirituality.

Peace and love, giving and sharing all, and sexual harmlessness at the very least,

For: The Real Liberal Christian Church and Christian Commons Project
Tom Usher


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    Employment: 2008 - present, website developer and writer. 2015 - present, insurance broker. Education: Arizona State University, Bachelor of Science in Political Science. City University of Seattle, graduate studies in Public Administration. Volunteerism: 2007 - present, president of the Real Liberal Christian Church and Christian Commons Project.
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