Dear Mr. Farah:
I’m unsure what constitutes a letter to the editor, but I know what I think and feel concerning the mind-control diatribe called a presidential speech Wednesday evening.
It is my opinion what Rep. Joe Wilson did and said was necessary. It was necessary for God to disrupt the demonic subliminal communication that manifests from Obama and his entourage and shake the 111th United States Congress from their complacency (and probable altered states of consciousness).
To me, it gave new meaning to: “The voice of one crying in the wilderness: ‘Prepare the way of the Lord; Make His paths straight.'” And I do believe that in the moment “You lie!” came forth from Wilson’s mouth, judgment was declared upon the chosen man, the pawn who constitutionally should not be the president of the United States.
Further, I believe the holy “ripple effect” of the outburst will bring forth good fruit in the days to come. (May the Lord God of Hosts protect this congressman and show him truth.)
I’m reminded of the New American’s fairly comprehensive narrative concerning the formation of the Illuminati. According to the article, many years ago, a courier on horseback carried documents purported to progress the development and growth of global governance in Europe. At some point during the journey, the courier was struck by lightning. His body and the documents were found and the plot exposed.
Wednesday night’s outburst wasn’t quite as good as that, yet the outworking of God’s power may just change my stated opinion.
May the Lord God of Israel give you exactly what you need to fulfill the works that have been preordained for you to accomplish, Mr. Farah.