Are we living in a post-apocalyptic sci-fi?

There was that M. Night Shamalan flick from 2000 called unbreakable whose attempt was to portray what it would be like in comic book heroes existed in real life. You know, he doesn’t have a superhero costume, just a rain slicker, but he never gets sick and is surprisingly strong; the villain is a mentally tortured terrorist.

So, are we living in the real-life version of a post-apocalyptic sci-fi? We had the global pandemic of a man-made disease that led to the governments of the world forcing the populace to get injections with unknown consequences – as we all know it’s the perfect backstory to a good zombie movie.

Freedom is taken away in the light of an invisible threat, the population so inundated with the global narrative that each community becomes its own police-state, as neighbors inform on one another for defying lockdowns, or mandates.

So, like unbreakable, is this the real-life version? Not theatricised, just as it comes?

Have you noticed that instead of condemning these corruptions, our society lauds them? Heroes are made of those who perpetuate that same global narrative, and anyone who defies it is vilified:

But this isn’t new… these are in fact basic principles of revolution… that is, not just a revolution of power, but the complete societal revolution that many have been working at since the time of the French revolution. The idea of the French revolution was not merely a revolution of power, but a revolution of EVERYTHING: government, church, economy, the social order, and (most importantly) morality.

When the French revolution succeeded, and not only overthrew the government, but murdered the king, you’d think that the tearing down of society would be over, right? Wrong. Those who perpetuated the revolution were now the ones in power… so they had to be torn down, too. Anyone who wasn’t progressive enough, who didn’t continually perpetuate the new system of the revolution had to be destroyed… and anyone who did had to be destroyed as well. When they were through killing everyone, and destroying everything, then it was the fathers of the revolution itself who killed and destroyed. It was chaos.

The American revolution, and many other revolutions through history, have been merely revolutions of power, or of government. The revolution which is plaguing our planet today is not satisfied with the overthrow of a corrupt or domineering government, it wants to have everything usurped from truth to freedom.

When we give in to immorality in our society even a little… you know, if you give a mouse a cookie…

(Communism was modelled after the principles of the French revolution, and revolution is a central doctrine of communism.)

The reason that people like Joe Rogan, and Dave Chappelle are attacked, is because the revolution has already destroyed its first enemies (or thinks it has) and is now going after anyone who does not comply with it, undergird it, support it.

Not only must we comply, but we must zealously affirm. As transgenderism sweeps through our society… you can be accepted if you are a full board ‘revolutionary,’ if you systematically reject the truth in favor of this narrative, and positively affirm it as good and true despite reality.

As the revocation of human rights progresses, we will be accepted if we systematically reject human rights, and positively affirm the right of governments to take away human autonomy.

To do this is to literally worship the social system, and human governments.

I’ve pointed out before that this is a precursor to that which is prophesied of the end:

Revelation 13:15-18
15 And he had power to give life unto the image of the beast, that the image of the beast should both speak, and cause that as many as would not worship the image of the beast should be killed.

16 And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads:

17 And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name.

18 Here is wisdom. Let him that hath understanding count the number of the beast: for it is the number of a man; and his number is Six hundred threescore and six.

It is not only the precursor, but it is literally identical in principle: human governments, and society itself will attack, and tear down (if not actually kill) those who do not worship the present narrative.

Through much of the 20th century, people came to believe that the mark was some sort of computer chip implanted in a person. I don’t believe that to be the case (howbeit, receiving such an implant is undoubtedly abominable – particularly if done on the command of man as has been the method of implementing vaccines); rather the right hand signifies our actions, and the forehead signifies our beliefs.

Like the vaccines: those who would force all men to receive them do not care if you want to or not, just so you do. If you disagree with it, but you get the vaccine, you are compliant in deed. Right hand (now bear in mind, I am not saying I believe that the vaccine is the mark of the beast – but the principle is not simply metaphorically similar, it is IDENTICAL.)

The mark in the forehead is a full bred faith in the revolution – the systematic government, societal narrative. If you do not comply in your beliefs and affirmations, or in deed, you are persecuted from society.

Incidentally, the number of the beast is the number of man.

All of the principles of the new morality come from a basis of humanism; the idea that man is basically good, and that affirming and supporting humanity unquestioningly is righteous. Being good – or really, ‘kind’ – to people is the ultimate righteousness.

That seed of humanism springs forth an immense harvest of moral corruption. We must acknowledge that man has corrupted his ways in turning from God. In fact, humanism is the original sin, just as the serpent told the woman in the garden of Eden: ‘Ye shall be as gods…’ so we see the outworking of taking humanism as our moral compass: that we worship society, and human government by denying reality and freedom themselves in order to affirm it.

We are not yet in a post-apocalyptic society… though we are beginning to live the apocalyptic one as prophesied in the words of truth.

If we ever hope to stem the tide, we must collectively return to True moral righteousness: that found in God’s word.