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State tracking of Christians.
« on: August 15, 2016, 06:08:10 PM »

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Why are Christians being followed and spied upon by the British government when we pose no threat to public security? I've been followed now on and off for around 25 years and I know that UK tax payers money is used, and many others I know have also had the same. Not only that, if I wasn't protected by God Himself, they would have killed me as several attempts have been made. Our phones are tapped, our mail has been opened, our homes have been searched when weve been out, and I've even had to keep changing cars and jobs for my safety.
Shouldn't the UK be under a democratic rule where one is not guilty of a crime unless one has committed a crime? Shouldn't 25 years of constant following by hundreds of people with masonic connections come to the conclusion we've done nothing worth all the attention? Why have the drug growers been paid to follow the innocent? Why is a child pornography ring run by those who are paid to prevent such activities taking place?



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TJ

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Re: State tracking of Christians.
« Reply #1 on: August 16, 2016, 12:58:44 AM »
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Why are Christians being followed and spied upon by the British government when we pose no threat to public security?

Why do you believe that MG ?

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Why is a child pornography ring run by those who are paid to prevent such activities taking place?

Ahh see you are reversing things like me  :D


Offline Carpenters Son.

Re: State tracking of Christians.
« Reply #2 on: August 16, 2016, 02:33:10 AM »
Well. You already know the answer. So much corruption is hidden in high places that anyone who stumbles upon such crimes and tries to report them becomes a victim and is considered a threat to society.
Hence a Christian becoming a chief threat as he or she will not join in with their sinful ways. They feel the guilt. Their way should be to repent, but instead they do anything to prevent their sins becoming exposed, as if they should repent they risk their lives. I know of such a case where one repentant individual was murdered as by repenting he would expose a local child pornography ring. Unfortunately how ever much they try to cover their sins, nothing can do this except running to Jesus. Its like squeezing a lory load of sludge into a small suitcase. Even if it shuts it oozes out from any weak seams.
If only they would run to Jesus and turn away from sin!

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