Sinister plan botched execution will be the call for... 'the guillotine'Document Transcript
SINISTER PLAN: BOTCHED EXECUTION WILL
BE THE CALL FOR... "THE GUILLOTINE"
On April 29, a botched execution using a new drug combination left a convicted killer writhing and
clenching his teeth on the gurney, leading Oklahoma prison officials to halt the proceedings before
the inmate's eventual death from a heart attack. FOX NEWS
Although many may not be able to see the spiritual ramifications of how this
is all playing out, we need to understand that the book of Revelation talks
about a specific form of execution.
For prophecy to move forward, the governments need to have a plan to
bring this to the forefront. This was another step to show just how sinister
the evil powers in the world really are. Call this... THE FALSE FLAG OF
EXECUTIONS. I am not saying that this specific error was intentional, but I
know they will use it to work toward their dark goals.
And I saw thrones, and they sat on them, and judgment was committed to
them. Then I saw the souls of those who had been beheaded for their
witness to Jesus and for the word of God, who had not worshiped the beast
or his image, and had not received his mark on their foreheads or on their
hands. And they lived and reigned with Christ for a thousand years.
BEHEADING is brought forth in Revelation as one of the main forms of
execution that will be used during the Great Tribulation. And this botched
execution just gave them a reason to readdress this topic, and to change
laws as needed that will align with Bible Prophecy.
Here is an article that highlights this point of view...
Execution Proves It’s Time to
Bring Back the Guillotine
Last night, Oklahoma was scheduled to execute two individuals. The second execution
was to be of a man who raped and murdered an 11-month-old girl. That execution never
took place because the first execution—that of a man who was involved in the murder
and burial alive of a 19-year-old woman who walked in on a robbery—ran into some
difficulties. The state was using a new lethal injection cocktail and, it seems, the poor
murderer suffered a bit before expiring of a heart attack.
I want to highlight two reactions to this “botched” execution. The first was an absurd bit
of moral lunacy, the second a more nuanced and interesting question.
The moral lunacy first: Anti-death-penalty advocates seized on this instance to post
charts such as this one that purport to show the United States is just as bad as China
and Iran because we execute criminals and they execute criminals and all executions
are obviously the same. The suggestion that the United States taking decades to
execute first degree murderers and Iran hanging gays from cranes and China murdering
political dissidents is in any way similar is an idiotic bit of false moral equivalence, one
that proves the deep unseriousness of a certain segment of the anti-death penalty
The second reaction—revulsion that the state would engage in “cruel and unusual”
punishment by having the subject of an execution suffer before he expires—is a bit
more reasonable and something that we should address. It is, of course, worth noting
that Oklahoma in all likelihood did not intend for this poor murderer to suffer a bit before
he died. As such, the constitutional worries seem moot. And, frankly, as someone who
believes that the death penalty serves as retribution rather than deterrence,*I have a
hard time getting upset when someone as disgusting as the condemned suffers a bit
before expiring. But as a general matter and a basic principle, I don’t think the
government should be in the business of intending to make people suffer horrifically
before they die.
So how do we minimize suffering of the condemned? Our biggest problem as a society
is that we have decided bloodlessness is a suitable stand-in for lack of suffering (and a
way to protect the sensibilities of those who support the death penalty). Well, the pursuit
of a bloodless execution seems to have backfired pretty badly here. And there’s
evidence that previous lethal injection cocktails weren’t much better. Allow me to
propose a rather radical alternative: the guillotine.
There are other, less dramatic, ways, of course. Hanging and firing squads would
probably be quicker and more painless than lethal injection or the electric chair. But the
guillotine really seems to solve everyone’s problems: It was designed to deliver an
efficient, quick, and painless death. It performs that task admirably. I understand the
irony of a reactionary such as myself embracing the Terror’s preferred method of
execution, but one must give credit where it’s due.
If we’re going to do something—and a large number of Americans and American states
are pretty committed to performing executions—we ought to do it right. And “right” in
this case means a quick and painless death. I can’t really imagine any reasonable
objections to a widespread adoption of the guillotine. Source
Why Does the Government Need Guillotines?
Dave Hodges confirms: FEMA has 30,000 Guillotines stored around the country.
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