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BEHOLD, THE DEVIL SHALL CAST
SOME OF YOU INTO PRISON:
MARTIAL LAW & THE CONCENTRATION CAMPS
by MegasMulos

Copyright 2012 MegasMulos,
All Rights Reserved
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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

CH.1 - AMERICA'S HISTORY OF CONCENTRATION CAMPS
CH.2 - THE DEVIL IS THE SO-CALLED WHITE MAN
CH.3 - HIERARCHY OF THE DEVIL
CH.4 - THE DEVIL IS IN THE DETAILS
CH.5 - THE DEVIL'S WRATH
CH.6 - THE DEVIL'S JUDGMENT
CH.7 - SUMMARY

CH.1 - AMERICA'S HISTORY OF CONCENTRATION CAMPS

In the wake of austere measures and severe, stringent legislation being passed at alarming rates by the Obama administration, the question and concern is what is the intention behind these rigorous laws? Within the past year, we've seen bills introduced that strip civil liberties, enable martial law (NDAA), censor, monitor and control the internet (SOPA, PIPA, CISPA, and Arizona Bill 2549) and target free speech and public assembly (Anti-Protest / Trespass Bill H.R. 347). Undoubtedly, these laws are designed for and aimed at Israel (Psalms 37:12-14, Micah 2:1). Knowing his time is short (Revelation 12:12), the devil will soon storm upon the Israelites. The Scriptures make it clear that there will be a “great insurrection upon those that fear the Lord” (2 Esdras 16:70). Once Esau's government encroaches and intrudes upon Israel as a flood (Isaiah 59:19); some of us will be killed, and many cast into prison (Revelation 2:10).

A concentration camp is a place where a government detains people, commonly in vast numbers, without trial. Also known as an internment camp, the prisoners or detainees of a concentration camp are those opposed to a government. The term was popularized during the 1930-40's Nazi Germany, and more recently when referring to Guantanamo Bay in Cuba. The United States, however, has a much older and extensive history of concentration camps. During the U.S. Civil War these camps were used to hoard prisoners of war. Later, during the Indian Wars of the 1870s the U.S. government forced Native Americans to leave their lands, where they were forced into these camps, only later to be called reservations. Finally, during World War II, following the attack on Pearl Harbor, the U.S. government forced Japanese Americans into concentration camps.

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