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Wednesday, June 17, 2015

321: COMPLIANCE ENFORCEMENT


The other day while driving into work,  I saw two Salt Lake Officers writing up parking ticket violations. I noticed their uniforms looked a little different than other police officers. Written across the back of their uniforms were the words, "COMPLIANCE ENFORCEMENT".


photo taken in Salt Lake City on June 2015
 
Seeing these new uniforms with the words "Compliance Enforcement" triggered an emotional response in me. It seems like there has be an incremental intensity of "power" titles given over the years to those who are to "preserve the peace" and "protect the innocent."

We have gone from Peace Officers to Compliance Enforcement.
 
 
These “Compliance Enforcers” remind me of the Stormtroopers in the Star Wars movies. A stormtrooper was a cloned Authority figure who were sent to put down revolts and protect the established Imperial authority. Their power is not to protect the innocent, but to destroy the non-compliants. Dressed in symbolic white and clean uniforms, they do the dirty work. They silence anyone who might be perceived as a threat to the “Kingdom”
  

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This type of enforcement is Anti-Christ. It is a tool of the Satan to use compulsion and to force compliance. It flies in the face of agency.
  
There has been a lot of commentary on the internet this week of a recent meeting held in the capital city in the State north of Utah. The meeting was recorded and after listening to it, I literally became physically sick. I am saddened by what is happening to my friends who are perceived to be threats and are being “destroyed” by those in Authority positions. These "Compliance Enforcers" are doing their duty by silencing and casting out those who don’t comply with the establishment and handbook of conduct.
  
At the time of Christ, the religious establishment, the hierarchy, the temple, the priestly class, the learned Rabbis and the schools of thought were rotting. They were nothing like what would be required to produce fruit. They were religious but heretical. They were in positions of authority and respond warmly to flattery telling them they are righteous.  When someone is sent by the Lord of the vineyard calling for repentance, those in authority reject him. They cast him out and say he is an apostate, a sinner and a false prophet.
 
"Behold ye are worse than they; for as the Lord liveth, if a prophet come among you and declareth unto you the word of the Lord, which testifieth of your sins and iniquities, ye are angry with him, and cast him out and seek all manner of ways to destroy him; yea, you will say that he is a false prophet, and that he is a sinner, and of the devil, because he testifieth that your deeds are evil. (Hel. 13: 27-28.)
 
Peace Officer vs. Compliance Enforcement
 





5 comments:

  1. Welcome to pre Nazi Germany!

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  2. Interesting! I'm very keen to seeing this as it is occurring across dimensional realities. Interesting how the whole system is cracking down. It really is systemic. I know that this (below) "voice" is NOT traditional, and forgive the "language"... but ... wow, the similarities!

    See:
    Are We All Terrorists Now? Russell Brand The Trews (E322)
    https://youtu.be/slOe_4zxQCI

    Get in line ... or, Cracking down!! Such is the path for CORPORATE Organizations (The Church TM, included).

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  3. The similarities between the government and the church are indeed striking.
    Both appear to be crumbling at aprx the same rate and for the same reasons.
    Does anyone really believe that the Savior of the world, He who delivered the Sermon on the Mount and the Sermon at Bountiful, stands behind railroading people out of "His" church because they have legitimate questions about how that church is being run???
    Good grief people...wake up!
    James Russell Uhl

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  4. Posting a friend's comment that I thought was important to post:

    "I've wondered at how Jesus handled things in his day. I find it interesting that with so much being enforced by the rulers of the day, that he didn't call them out on every infraction. It seems he tolerated a lot but did make a few deliberate points. What was different about the items he took issue over, like restrictions on the Sabbath that prevented people from being god-like on the Sabbath, from the ones he did not? I'm not sure I have the discernment to do the same, but it seems to me that he tolerated all he could except a few things that were an outright offense to God. How much can and should be tolerated? When should I take a stand against something? Why did Christ submit himself to an unjust trial and sentence? Is that to be emulated? when should the money changers be driven out and when should submission be given to local authorities, even if it is unjust?"

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  5. I've wondered the same things. I mean, we turn to history, to scriptures (yes, I'm going to get shot for going here, lol), to current prophets, to historical prophets ... and yet there is NO precedent for what or where we are, or are about to experience. Yes, He was Jesus, even THE Christ, and yet even is his own time ... there was NO Zion, no city taken up, no collective experience (that I know of... and I could be WAY off on this!!)!

    What and where is the standard for today? Can we really turn to the scriptures? Snuffer clearly states that we avoid both the scriptures AND an understanding of the scriptures at our individual and collective peril ...BUT (and a very big BUT here) ... where is the scriptural standard? All previous people had their "scripture" of the day ... where are the road maps to those who actually did it?

    Now, I clearly know, feel ... intuitively what the answers of these questions are. I know and can feel the rhetoricalness of my questions... but still. We sometimes expect there there is some singular, all inclusive, one-size fits all, path. I really don't know any more. And that may just be because of my own choices, my own experience.

    My heart tells me that all hell is about to let loose. That Christ is about to "let loose". That all that is beautiful, creative, compassion ... even chaos is about to let loose. And yet there is so much peace! My heart tells me that there is NO fear in Christ. My heart completely relates to me to both be at peace and to allow all that is CHRIST to come through each and every one of us! He is our standard! And what he is ushering in, will be completely unprecedented... unlike ANYTHING previously recorded (well, unless someone would like to restore and reveal things previously hidden to the mass of humanity).

    Yes, discernment. And what is discernment, a clear, direct, connection to Christ and no other. Yes, tolerance, and a lot of it. Two stories are about to unfold, the history of Babylon, and the history of God's family... and they are not the same. Buckle up!

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