100-years ago, a small but powerful group of inbred people took control of Russia and slaughtered 66-million Christians in the name of 'equality.' Sound familiar? Now they control the levers of power in America - what's next and how you can prepare:
Like many of you, we were also concerned about the 'health crisis' being used as an excuse to facilitate the growing crackdown, control and surveillance of Christian churches in the United States and elsewhere. Then came the reports of churches being burned followed by the U.S. Supreme Court quietly agreeing that churches can be restricted tighter than abortion clinics and liquor stores as Bolshevism 2.0 sweeps across the country.
Following the playbook of Bolsheviks from years past, the New Testament will be next on the chopping block as it allows the reader to name the enemy in verse and scripture. This is something they can not allow.
For now, we are urging readers and members to download the Tor Browser and OnionShare - familiarize yourself with it as you will need it in the event of wider internet censorship and shutdowns. Keep in mind that ebooks you've already purchased from Amazon, Apple and others can be retroactively censored and deleted. You bought a license - and that license is subject to changes they deem necessary.
What You Can Do:
Download the free Calibre Ebook tool and immediately convert your Amazon and Apple books to a generic format like Epub or PDF and store them on a USB flashdrive. This will keep them safe from censorship and deletion.
While we don't anticipate the immediate worldwide banning of Christian bibles we do fully expect specific portions of the New Testament to be edited, altered or simply purged.
In response, we now have a tested and working system in place to deliver a free electronic copy of The Very First Bible (alternate downloads at Smashwords and Goodreads) to anybody with an internet connection regardless of censorship weapons used on a regional or even national level. Contact the Outreach Director for download details as the encrypted address changes daily.