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BLM Minneapolis Admits to Wanting Civil War & Implies White People Need to be Killed

In a shocking collection of interviews from the George Floyd memorial in Minneapolis, far-left extremists admitted to wanting another civil war and implied that white people need to be killed.

Gonzo journalist and filmmaker Ami Horowitz interviewed several people who were attending the memorial to get their take on things like… burning the city down and using violence against white people. Their responses will surprise no one.

“Burn the whole city down, what does it matter?” one of the women asked. “I say burn the city down, y’know? So they can see that we’re here,” another woman asserted.

One of the women went on to say that Derek Chauvin should not have received a trial at all. “There shouldn’t even be a trial, he should be convicted just as is,” she said.

The extremists were all in agreement that if he was not convicted they would support “street justice” for him, meaning murder.

One of the women said that she believed that “thousands” of unarmed black men were killed last year in the United States.

They all also seemed to agree that there is a “genocide” happening to African Americans — and “anyone who isn’t white.”

When asked about a second Civil War, one young woman said “if that’s what it takes, then we have to do it.”

Another responded, “if that’s what it takes, then I believe so.”

Asked if it will happen, yet another woman said “probably.”

“I don’t want to say we need to start killing all white folks, but it’s like…” one of the militant extremists said.

“But…?” Horowitz asked.

“Maybe they need to feel the pain and the hurt,” she continued.


HD Editor’s Note: Why Is This News Biblically Relevant?

When Jesus’ disciples came to Him and asked, “What shall be the sign of thy coming, and of the end of the world?” Jesus explained to them that one of the signs that would precede His coming would be “nations” rising against “nations.”

The word “nations” found in this verse (Matthew 24:7) is from the Greek word “ethnos,” where we get our English word for “ethnicity.” Therefore, this verse can also be read that “ethnicity shall rise against ethnicity” in the last days.

Racism is not new. However, what is new to our generation is the fabricated racism taught in schools, espoused by the media, and canceled by ‘culture.’ This stoking of division will, in the not too distant future, lead to genuine widespread racism. Racism is a sin. Creating division and hatred is a sin (Prov. 6:16-19Luke 11:171 John 2:9). All of these things are deeply rooted in a rebellion against God, His Word, and His design.

We can also see Lawlessness reining in the land, whether it be rioting in the streets, or blatant corruption by the government, Big Tech, and Corporations.

Hal Lindsey, in his article “Lawlessness Spreading Across the Land,” revealed why the rampant violence and corruption the Bible says would characterize the last days before the return of Christ seems to be describing our day:

The Bible foretold that the time near the return of Christ would be marked by lawlessness. In Luke 17:26-30, Jesus compared those days to the times of Noah and Lot. Genesis 6:11 tells us that in the time of Noah, “The earth was corrupt in the sight of God, and the earth was filled with violence.”

That sounds like today-rampant violence and corruption. Lot lived in a time and place of violent mobs. In both stories, we see that people lacked empathy, and thought mostly of themselves and their pleasures. Several places in the Bible warn us that the end times will be times of “lawlessness.” That, along with so many other signs, seems to be describing our day.

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In a shocking collection of interviews from the George Floyd memorial in Minneapolis, far-left extremists admitted to wanting another civil war and implied that white people need to be killed.

Gonzo journalist and filmmaker Ami Horowitz interviewed several people who were attending the memorial to get their take on things like… burning the city down and using violence against white people. Their responses will surprise no one.

“Burn the whole city down, what does it matter?” one of the women asked. “I say burn the city down, y’know? So they can see that we’re here,” another woman asserted.

One of the women went on to say that Derek Chauvin should not have received a trial at all. “There shouldn’t even be a trial, he should be convicted just as is,” she said.

The extremists were all in agreement that if he was not convicted they would support “street justice” for him, meaning murder.

One of the women said that she believed that “thousands” of unarmed black men were killed last year in the United States.

They all also seemed to agree that there is a “genocide” happening to African Americans — and “anyone who isn’t white.”

When asked about a second Civil War, one young woman said “if that’s what it takes, then we have to do it.”

Another responded, “if that’s what it takes, then I believe so.”

Asked if it will happen, yet another woman said “probably.”

“I don’t want to say we need to start killing all white folks, but it’s like…” one of the militant extremists said.

“But…?” Horowitz asked.

“Maybe they need to feel the pain and the hurt,” she continued.


HD Editor’s Note: Why Is This News Biblically Relevant?

When Jesus’ disciples came to Him and asked, “What shall be the sign of thy coming, and of the end of the world?” Jesus explained to them that one of the signs that would precede His coming would be “nations” rising against “nations.”

The word “nations” found in this verse (Matthew 24:7) is from the Greek word “ethnos,” where we get our English word for “ethnicity.” Therefore, this verse can also be read that “ethnicity shall rise against ethnicity” in the last days.

Racism is not new. However, what is new to our generation is the fabricated racism taught in schools, espoused by the media, and canceled by ‘culture.’ This stoking of division will, in the not too distant future, lead to genuine widespread racism. Racism is a sin. Creating division and hatred is a sin (Prov. 6:16-19Luke 11:171 John 2:9). All of these things are deeply rooted in a rebellion against God, His Word, and His design.

We can also see Lawlessness reining in the land, whether it be rioting in the streets, or blatant corruption by the government, Big Tech, and Corporations.

Hal Lindsey, in his article “Lawlessness Spreading Across the Land,” revealed why the rampant violence and corruption the Bible says would characterize the last days before the return of Christ seems to be describing our day:

The Bible foretold that the time near the return of Christ would be marked by lawlessness. In Luke 17:26-30, Jesus compared those days to the times of Noah and Lot. Genesis 6:11 tells us that in the time of Noah, “The earth was corrupt in the sight of God, and the earth was filled with violence.”

That sounds like today-rampant violence and corruption. Lot lived in a time and place of violent mobs. In both stories, we see that people lacked empathy, and thought mostly of themselves and their pleasures. Several places in the Bible warn us that the end times will be times of “lawlessness.” That, along with so many other signs, seems to be describing our day.