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The Downfall of America

and the Reasons Why It


Shall Collapse




The Downfall of America and the Reasons
Why It Shall Collapse (Part 1 of 2)

America, once the land of the free and home of the brave, is no longer so free, nor
so brave. What had once thrived as a superpower is now declining economically,
militarily, and spiritually. It had welcomed the poor and
hungry and had been a beacon of hope to the masses of
poor immigrants that came to its door.

Today, America has changed. It is no longer the powerful
nation it had once been. It is in debt trillions of dollars,
borrowed from countries such as China. Instead of being a
beacon of hope, it has become very dark and full of great
spiritual depravity. You may know America is getting
darker, but for the sake of exposing the truth, we will look
at how dark America really is getting. We will see how
such a nation cannot endure much longer, having had the
spiritual knowledge it once had.




America and the 19
th
Century


As America expanded westward, it met resistance from the original inhabitants of
America, the Native Americans. Did America work with them and settle in land
the Native Americans willingly give them? Did they buy the land from the
Natives? The Federal Government forcibly moved Native Americans from their
own land and put them on reservations where they were often bordering enemy
tribes. Some of the Native American tribes were given land that was arid and bad
for planting.

Under of Dawes Act of 1887, Native American tribal land was taken away from
the tribes and much of it given to settlers. Land was then allotted to individual
Indians. While it was meant to help prepare the Native Americans for
citizenship, it took away their hunting rights and reduced their reservation land.
(Sioux in traditional dress)
The best land was often given to white settlers (a) (See Works Cited). This is
identical to stealing. America had broken one of the Ten Commandments in its
treatment of the Indians: Thou shalt not steal. (Exodus 20:15).



They also broke the sixth commandment:
Thou shalt not kill. (Exodus 20:13).
During the Wounded Knee Massacre a
single gunshot sparked a blood bath that
resulted in Native American men, women,
and children being murdered. The tensions
between the U.S. Army of 1890 and the
Sioux tribe came to a head at the Pine Ridge
Reservation in South Dakota. The Sioux
tribe had been fighting the U.S. Army for
decades, on and off, and tensions were high. When some members of the
7
th
cavalry came to confiscate weapons in an Indian encampment under the
leadership of a Sioux called Big Foot. They had misunderstood Big Foots
intentions and thought he was a threat. The camp was surrounded by Hotchkiss
guns and 500 soldiers (b).

One of the Indians, Black Coyote, refused to give up his rife. Soldiers began
roughing him up and insisting that he give up the gun. Somewhere a shot rang out.
The Hotchkiss guns began firing, and in the chaos, many innocent children,
women, and men were murdered. This would mark the end of the Indian Wars
and the further decline of the Native Americans way of life (b).

Legalizing Murder


Today, killing is legalized. How so, one may ask? When the human life has been
redefined so that a baby is called a fetus and so that killing that innocent baby is
termed abortion, this breaking of Gods law is rationalized as simply getting rid
of something unwanted.

(Hotchkiss 42 mm gun)
Since abortion was legalized in 1973, there have been
over 55 million abortions in the United
States (c). Each year approximately 1.2 to 1.3 million
babies are killed by abortion (Foust). That number is
roughly equal to the 1.2 million U.S. soldiers that
have died since the American Revolutionary War
(including all the wars up to the recent Iraq War) (d).

The process of abortion is very gruesome and bloody
and the child has to suffer great pain. It is absolutely
horrible and yet it is accepted as being normal and
okay. A society that doesnt think much of human life
cannot last long.

Because the Ten Commandments are a thought of as
a threat to society, they have been removed from
many courthouses, city halls, and public places. In
August this year (2014), a judge in New Mexico ruled
that the Ten Commandments display at the Bloomfield City Hall must be
removed (e).

The Influence of the Occult (Magic) and Satanism


While the Ten Commandments are being removed, a statue to honor Satan is
currently being constructed to be placed at the Oklahoma State House beside a
donated Ten Commandments monument. While a legal battle is being fought, it is
very clear that the worship of the devil is
becoming more popular. This is only a sign that
evil is becoming more blatant.

If one only looks at the movies and TV shows
designed for kids one can see the influence of
witchcraft and the occult. Harry Potter, a best-
selling series that became a highly-popular
Hollywood franchise, has been endorsed by
Christians.

A Christianity Today article from the year 2000 stated (f):
Sign reads: If you were born after 1973,
youre a Survivor. View Source.)
(CGI Rendering of Baphomet statue [Source])


But the literary witchcraft of the Harry Potter series has almost no
resemblance to the I-am-God mumbo jumbo of Wiccan circles. Author J.K.
Rowling has created a world with real good and evil, and Harry is definitely
on the side of light fighting the "dark powers."

Third, and this is why we recommend the
books, Rowling's series is a Book of Virtues with
a preadolescent funny bone. Amid the laugh-
out-loud scenes are wonderful examples of
compassion, loyalty, courage, friendship, and
even self-sacrifice. No wonder young readers
want to be like these believable characters.
That is a Christmas present we can be grateful
for.


The late David J. Meyer, a former witch who left
witchcraft to become a follower of Jesus Christ, wrote
that Harry Potter books are training manuals for the
occult. (g). Meyer explains (g):

Harry also learns a new vocabulary, including words such as "Azkaban",
"Circe", "Draco", "Erised", "Hermes", and "Slytherin"; all of which are
names of real devils or demons. These are not characters of fiction!

How serious is this? By reading these materials, many millions of young
people are learning how to work with demon spirits. They are getting to
know them by name. Vast numbers of children professing to be Christians
are also filling their hearts and minds, while willingly ignorant parents look
the other way.


Harry Potter is just one example of how the occult and witchcraft have
crept (CLICK to READ PART TWO.)
(Harry Potter and the Prisoner of
Azkaban. Source.)