Unprecedented change never before seen in human history


At that time it seemed an unlikely event to happen because the peaceful democratic movement called Occupy had just been violently suppressed by the leadership (in close collaboration with big business).

But I saw that vision and I shared it faithfully. Perhaps the key sentence in that post was this…

with the collapse removing the power base of big business, the government will have to shift its power base back to the people and be reconciled back to them.

But big business has not yet played all of its card in its efforts to remove democracy and establish its own hegemony.

The TPP and TTIP agreements have been done in secret over many years… secret until it was leaked to Wikileaks on the 13 November 2013.

  • Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP)
  • Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP)

These two agreements covers 40% and 60% of the world’s economy respectively, it is supra-national which means that no matter what laws the countries pass in the future, no matter if elections produce parties and leadership that opposes the agreements it is impossible for the countries to leave the agreement without the consent of the other countries in the agreement. All sovereignty of the countries are subjugated under the legislation of these agreements. Here is an article which explains the assault on democracy.

In essence big international businesses becomes equally as powerful or more powerful than governments. This shift in power from democracies to big business is so profound that I dont know if the citizen is aware of it.

But as I wrote in that post VISION: GOVERNMENT AND CITIZENS TO BE RECONCILED and in that I see a reconciliation between government and its natural power base which is the people of the country.

So in what direction are the people going? From Pew Research’s 50 year survey of US views of “America’s place in the world”…


This is a massive shift.

I put that statement on it’s on line… it’s own paragraph… because thats the best way to convey how big this shift is.

What is the shift? The USA is the most violent country in world history. Here is a list of wars from it’s inception onwards

Colonial wars (1620–1774)
War of Independence (1775–1783)
George Washington
Early national period (1783–1812)
Barbary wars
War of 1812
War with Mexico (1846–48)
American Civil War (1861–1865)
Post-Civil War era (1865–1917)
Indian Wars (1865–1891)
Spanish-American War (1898)
Philippine-American War (1899–1902)
Banana Wars (1898–1935)
Moro Rebellion (1899–1913)
Mexico (1910–1919)
World War I (1917–1918)
Russian Revolution
1920s: Naval disarmament
1930s: Neutrality Acts
World War II (1941–1945)
Cold War era (1945–1991)
Postwar Military Reorganization (1947)
Korean War (1950–1953)
Lebanon crisis of 1958
Dominican Intervention
Vietnam War (1964–1975)
Post–Cold War era (1991–2001)
Persian Gulf War (1990–1991)
War on Terrorism (2001–present)
Libyan intervention

– Wikipedia: Military History of the United States

If you want to see that list in years so that you can look through them for a gap somewhere… a breather… a momentary pause in the killing… take a look… it is an uninterrupted orgy of violence

And considering that the USA has over 800 military bases and who knows how many CIA bases around the world… the real list of military interventions is probably far larger. For example that list doesn’t have current interventions in Somalia and DRC on it. The full real list which we will be able to view in the Lambs Book of Life in Heaven will perhaps be double or triple that length or maybe more.

BUT GOD… is not finished with America

God’s love… as I know Him… sees the best in us and works to build on our best. God’s love is so wonderfully described in 1 Cor 13:4-8…

Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It does not dishonor others, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth. It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres. Love never fails. – 1 Cor 13:4-8

I have no doubt that this orgy of bloodshed has a spiritual origin and it it fostered and encouraged because evil people lust after more and more money and power.

One of the best things about the USA

But God likes to see the best in us and build on that even as He removes the filth and the lust from us. What is the best thing about the USA? There are so many things. But the one that always stands out for me is this… the USA is the most generous nation in human history.

The United States is the world’s most generous country, according to the Charities Aid Foundation’s World Giving Index 2011. According to the survey, 65 percent of Americans gave money in 2011, 43 percent gave time, and 73 percent helped a stranger.


In the annals of human history, there has never been a country as compassionate and generous as the United States. When Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, the great Russian novelist who defied communism, visited America, he said, “The United States has long shown itself to be the most magnanimous, the most generous country in the world. Wherever there is a flood, an earthquake, a fire, a natural disaster, an epidemic, who is the first to help? The United States. Who helps the most and unselfishly? The United States.” – Source: CNN

My point is… the most violent country in world history now has a population that suddenly has changed it’s mind and they want to stop attacking and invading other countries.

God is building on your strength… your ability to love and be generous. He will of course work to remove the unclean and the filth and the lust at the same time. But He encourages and rewards and sees our beauty and encourages us to grow and become strong in what we are good at and which is good and healthy for us.

The shift continues

Make no mistake about it… this is a spiritual shift which can now be seen in the demographics. It reminds me of these posts which I wrote in 2010…

I explained that the storms in 2010 were spiritual in nature and will result in vast change. The change occurred back then with the formation of the Tea Party and Occupy. Occupy faded because it was violently oppressed. Regardless of what happens to the Tea Party, the underlying demographics have changed as God said they would.

And this change is continuing and will continue and will even accelerate. The power grab by big businesses (TPP and TTIP) in their attempt to invalidate citizens and democracies in 60% of the world is unlikely to succeed and the leadership of countries will have to return to dealing with their people… the ones that voted them into power and whose votes keep them in power.

Remember that referendum about whether we should create a single market with the United States? You know, the one that asked whether corporations should have the power to strike down our laws? No, I don’t either …  Because there must have been one, mustn’t there? – The Guardian


But there is even more vast change ahead of us in the decades ahead. We stand on the edge of unprecedented change never before seen in human history. This change is going to bring peace, healing, wholeness in ways that none of us can even dare to dream or imagine possible. Our children’s children will be astonished at the mire and muck that we live in now.

They will be stunned…

  • They will be stunned that there was a time when people sat down to watch violence on tv as a form of entertainment.
  • They will wonder why we watched pr0n and enjoyed it even though we know the women in it were probably human trafficked and all the people in it had STDs.
  • They will be stunned to hear about how rich some people were while so many people died of starvation.
  • They will be stunned to hear how every single person was sick for many or even most or even all of their lives.

For our children’s children these will be stories that they listen to and wonder why we liked to live like this. We will have to explain to them that we didn’t know any different.

They will wonder about us in the same way that I look back in history and wonder why anyone ever thought that child labor was ok, or why people will mental problems need to be chained up in a backyard, or why black people couldn’t vote or why women couldn’t buy a car without her husbands permission and signature.

2 responses to “Unprecedented change never before seen in human history

  1. Umm, I believe you need to seriously rethink your statements that America is “the most violent country in world history” and that America has participated in “an uninterrupted orgy of violence”. The list of “conflicts” you show hardly supports those conclusions and you seem to think that America started every conflict it’s ever been involved in. Also, your statement, “My point is… the most violent country in world history now has a population that suddenly has changed it’s mind and they want to stop attacking and invading other countries.” is basically ridiculous. Prior to WWII, the US had primarily an isolationist stance. If it had not entered into the war (in response to an unprovoked attacked by Japan by the way) and helped stem the tide of German and Japanese aggression, the world would likely look a lot different that it does today.

    I’ve been enjoying what you’ve been writing, but this post – not so much.

    • Thanks Jeff I appreciate your feedback.

      > I believe you need to seriously rethink your statements that
      > America is “the most violent country in world history”

      Ok, let’s talk about the facts…

      1) In that list is an almost uninterrupted series of wars and violence. That is a fact and right there is the evidence.
      2) No other country has been at war almost every years of it’s 200+ years of existence. Not even the Roman Empire – and yes I checked before writing this article.

      So if we are talking about facts, then I am on a solid footing.

      I didnt say whether some of the wars were good or bad IMO.
      I didnt say whether the USA did or didnt start these wars.

      Please also note.. I didnt say whether I think war is ok or not ok or whether I think a country has a right to defend itself. Yes, I think countries and people do have a right to defend themselves.

      Back to the facts…

      > “My point is… the most violent country in world history now
      > has a population that suddenly has changed it’s mind and they
      > want to stop attacking and invading other countries.” is basically
      > ridiculous.

      According to that Pew Research poll since 1964 the population has never once been over 50% in favor of “minding its own business” and “leaving other countries alone”. Thats also a fact and the evidence is there.

      > Prior to WWII, the US had primarily an isolationist stance.

      Well… not according to the Wikipedia article which lists the wars From 1900-1909 there were 15 foreign military involvements. From 1910-1917 BEFORE the outbreak of WW1 there were 17 foreign military involvements. Those appear to be the facts and there is the evidence.

      I understand that what I am saying disagrees with the prevailing view that is heavily promoted, but there are the facts supported by the data.

      I suggest that you look instead at what Im saying… that peace is coming and it will be good for the USA as well as for the world.

      Im DELIGHTED to see the people of the USA wanting to reign in their country democratically. What would it be like for the USA to no longer be constantly at war every7 year without interruption? How much money could be saved when 95% of those 800+ bases are closed? I think we stand on the edge of greatness!

      Never forget that the reason King David could not fulfill his destiny to build the house for God was because he had “too much blood on his hands”. Has the USA got too much blood on it’s hands? It’s not too late to become a peaceful country. Its never too late.

      God bless you,

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