I’m Enraged! Are You? (Part 2)

With the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989 and collapse of Russia in 1991, some interesting facts were eventually learned about KGB disinformation attacks on America. Two notable ones stand out.

First, during the Civil Rights movement of the 1960’s, KGB agents in America sent racist letters to newspapers and African-American leaders to stoke racial fires. All it cost the KGB was a little time reading the newspapers, typing paper, envelopes, and stamps.

Second, the KGB helped fund and back the anti-Vietnam War movement. They spent hundreds of thousands of dollars on this effort.

So, two of America’s biggest wounds – still open and bleeding today – were aided and effectively undermined by Russia, our Cold War enemy at the time.

Sadly, if this happened back in the low tech days of the 1960’s and 1970’s, how much easier would it be to do something like that today?

We are in the midst of what many proclaim is the most important election cycle in the history of the United States. Both parties are spending at least $6 billion to elect their candidates to various offices. Supposedly, each candidate has his voting constituents in mind, right?

Well, which presidential candidate has talked about possible upcoming race wars? Which party has given it voice? What about the media? What about white preachers? Or black preachers? Or anybody?

The answers to all of these questions are – with rare exceptions – none.


Because if anyone takes a stand on possible race wars, he will be labeled as a racist and his name will be smeared throughout the media. What politician or religious leader is willing to suffer such pain to his reputation and billfold?

Yet, hundreds of incidents by flash mobs filled with black youths have happened over the last few months in major cities throughout America. They have robbed stores. They have beaten up whites. And they have succeeded without ever being held accountable by the media, by political leaders, or anyone.

The black flash mobs are the result of rebellion, which is a sin, much like witchcraft.  Sin, like fire, is never satisfied because it always hungers for more and more.

And who knows? Maybe these young blacks are being stirred up by Al Quaeda, Hamas, or some other terrorist groups through the internet, Facebook, or Twitter to start up race wars.

All of this really enraged me the other day as I remembered the following:

In 1998, I had a vivid vision of an upcoming race war between African-Americans and white Americans. The war did not take place, at first, in the inner cities, but rather, it occurred in the suburbs, the bedrock of white America.

It began with bands of rage-filled black youths attacking suburban areas with AK-47s, grenades, bazookas, and other weapons, killing white people indiscriminately. I saw bodies of white children, mothers, fathers, and seniors lying on the ground, their blue eyes staring upward and blood oozing from wounds. The young blacks stood over the bodies waving their AK-47s in the air and giving each other “high fives” for their successful outpouring of wrath.

In the next part of the vision, I watched white armies and bounty hunters tracking down and slaughtering black youths. The African-American rage and hatred toward white America was finally appeased when that generation of black youths was buried and gone. (How to Defuse the Upcoming Race War, March 28, 2012)

What can we – especially us men – do to help stop race wars from happening in America?

(Continued in Part 3)


Filed under Christianity, Politics

7 responses to “I’m Enraged! Are You? (Part 2)

  1. Thankful for your vision and your voice, Mr. Larry. Praying for our prayers and actions now. God bless you as you rise up for Him and His desires and plans.

  2. Debbie,

    Thankful as always for your encouragement.

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  4. If you remember a few weeks ago, I declared my intent to learn more about the goings on in our gov’t. I discovered a book while on vacation that has been helpful. ‘Charters of Freedom’. The actual documents of our founding fathers . . . and few of our current ones. Thomas Paine’s ‘Common Sense’, the ‘Declaration of Independence’, the ‘Federalist Papers’ and much more. It has been very interesting.

    I finally have read and understood enough to write out a thought. It has to do with the point you close with; ‘What can we do?’ In Paine’s attempt to persuade people to believe in the need of a fight for independence he wrote, “Men do not see their way out — Wherefore, as an opening into that business, I offer the following hints; at the same time modestly affirming, that I have no other opinion of them myself, than that they may be the means of giving rise to something better.”

    Because we don’t see how we can change things ourselves – because we have not seen our way out – we have done nothing. There’s a lot we can’t do. But if we find what we can do, who knows what it might give rise to.

    So in keeping with my declaration, I will attempt this morning, ‘as an opening into that business’, to begin my ‘offering of hints’ . . . even though I know that very few will read them. But it is a little like a ‘revival’ in the church; it is not as much the result of one stirring the masses, as it is the result of the masses stirring themselves individually. And so if nothing else, I am stirring myself.

  5. Mike,

    “…But it is a little like a ‘revival’ in the church…”

    Two elderly woman, one blind and the other bent over with arthritis, prayed and fasted for the Hebrides Revival in 1949.They sent a letter to the noted evangelist, Duncan Campbell, asking him to come and hold evangelistic services. He stated he had no leadings to come there. To which, the blind woman replied, “Mr. Campbell, if you were living as near to God as you ought to be, He would reveal His secrets to you also.” Campbell came for a two-week crusade and stayed two years.

    Maybe we should act like the two old women, what do we have to lose?

  6. morndai hi..dot…a new day in the lord praise him………………The Lord’s wounded hands, feet, and side reveal God’s desire to change our hearts by the power of His love.

    Therefore if any man be in Christ, he is a new creature: old things are passed away; behold, all things are become new. A new heart also will I give you, and a new spirit will I put within you: and I will take away the stony heart out of your flesh, and I will give you an heart of flesh. That Christ may dwell in your hearts by faith; that ye, being rooted and grounded in love, May be able to comprehend with all saints what is the breadth, and length, and depth, and height; And to know the love of Christ, which passeth knowledge, that ye might be filled with all the fulness of God.

    2 Corinthians 5:17, Ezekiel 36:26, Ephesians 3:17-19

  7. sisterdot56,

    Thanks. I totally agree. Hallelujah.

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