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They mean to make slaves of us

By Mario Murillo


George Washington was a man of few words.  George Washington was revered for his integrity.  That is why—when he did speak—his words had great impact.   The din of debate over independence fell silent when Washington rose and said a simple phrase—this devastating phrase: “They mean to make slaves of us.”  We are in dire need of that moment of clarity.  Our government means to make slaves of us.

Historians will say that 7 years ago the American constitution was set aside.  They will—with all of the cold calculation of an autopsy—say that secular progressives, a leftist media, and an angry president colluded to kill freedom.  They fooled the masses into giving away their freedom.  It all began with political correctness.

Political Correctness came in like a Trojan horse—a gift from friends that promised justice.  Inside were the seeds of tyranny.  Under the cover of night the seeds (right words) hatched.  Like spiders from the nest, they scurried forth with their infectious bite.

The venom created mental dullness, dependency and false outrage.  This set the stage for a massive campaign of intellectual doublespeak.  Words were squirted like ink from a cuttlefish.   Language—approved language—became the coin of the realm.  Truth no longer had to do with facts but saying what the powers-that-be want to hear.

A stupor settles on the brain so it can live with glaring contradictions. Who cares that the agenda produces the polar opposite of what it promised.  Who cares if we are now flaming hypocrites?  We hate white men to prove we are not racist.  We hate white men to prove we are not sexist.  Thinking black lives matter, black protesters burn down black owned businesses.


We become irrational.  We ban free speech in the name of justice.  Universities become the citadel of closed minds.  Inclusiveness must exclude Christians and Jews. When terrorists kill innocent unarmed people we immediately fight to create more unarmed people.

They hijack the phrase “For the greater good” and make it an instrument of evil.  “We are confiscating, we are removing, we are banning, we are seizing…all for the greater good.”


The life’s blood of this monstrous lie is crisis.  So long as we are off balance…so long as we can be made to fear…the government can place shackles on the sons and daughters of liberty.  Barack and Hillary Clinton are the keepers of the flame.  It is their stock and trade to keep the false narrative alive.

Obama’s speech after the San Bernardino terror attack proves my point.  It was mind-numbingly pathetic.  He seemed like a low paid magician trying to hypnotize a moron.  He said nothing new.  He had no solutions.  He smugly assumed that the audience would accept drivel utterly divorced from reality.


They will never apply anything to ISIS but half-cures.  They need to spin Muslims as an oppressed minority is essential to their goal.

What is the answer?  I am on fire today because of two facts.  The first is something that happened during the revolutionary war and the other is something that Jesus said.

When Washington said, “They mean to make slaves of us” it unified leaders.  But Thomas Paine’s pamphlet entitled Common Sense set fire to the masses.  The arguments were so clear and irrefutable that the scales fell off the eyes of an entire generation.

Christianity in America needs its own COMMON SENSE moment. Every Sunday millions of Christians sit in church without a clue of the approach of social slavery.   We need—in way that I cannot describe—someone to light the fuse of reformation.

We literally need to reinvent preaching.  We need voices that are a consuming fire.   Brave and persuasive declarations must rise from every corner of the Body of Christ.  Such was the promise of Jesus “I will give you a mouth that none of your adversaries shall be able to gainsay or resist.”

If you told your pastor to stay out of politics…you are part of the problem.  How can any minister remain silent about the top cause of misery in the life of Christians?  Why would the shepherd ignore the biggest source of pain in the sheep?

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Jesus said, “I must work the works of him that sent me, while it is day: the night comes, when no man can work. -John 9:4   The biggest reason that I speak out is because there is still hope for America.   Right now that hope is rides on the hope that American Christians will wake up.

Prayer must become an epidemic.  The Bible needs to set fire to our sermons.  We need to stop lying to ourselves about the day that we are living in.   Total dependency on the Holy Spirit can no longer be a wispy, noble long range aspiration it is now our clear and unavoidable duty.   They mean to make slaves of us…but where the Spirit of the Lord is there is liberty.

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  1. Mario, I agree with you 100%.I am a Brit who loves America with a deep heart. I have been saying this since the winter of 2008. The first time I saw his face, heard his voice I KNEW by The Spirit he was BAD BAD BAD news… people turned on me… told me I was off the wall… got angry with me even… but now it’s way way too serious ignore… with what’s happening in MO right now with prepaid cell phones being purchased in MO and propane tanks being being stolen today… thank you for being so politically incorrect…glory to Abba God…

  2. Mario, I agree with Vanessa, above. The moment I saw Obama I knew he was extremely evil. Christians do not fight back because deep down we know this is supposed to go down this way. We listen to TruNews daily, and Rick Wiles keeps wondering why Americans aren’t speaking up or fighting back. It’s because we know this is the way it’s gonna’ go down. Those of us who’ve suffered the most these past few years, we know it’s End Times. The others will know soon. One year ago today I devoted the rest of my life to prayer and fasting. I quoted your article at the bottom, about praying for extravagant things: I believe year two will teach my husband and I just that. And in regards to the consuming fire–we have it. He’s taught it to us by the purifying fire of many years of suffering. So we no longer fear losing anything so you can’t shut us up, and if I were face to face with Barry Sotero I would say one thing to him: “Repent, or you will burn in Hell for all of eternity, because Jesus is coming VERY SOON.” He’s shown me Heaven in visions, and so I know it’s soon, and we’re not afraid of what’s coming. You’re right about the preachers who are afraid to speak up, it’s because they fear losing their comfy lifestyle. They will learn soon. My year of intense spiritual discipline has taught this Missouri Synod Lutheran much, and like my spiritual ancestor, I’m not afraid to stand alone. “Here I stand, I can do no other.” No matter what they do to us, we’re not afraid, because I’ve seen Heaven, and my husband and I care nothing for the things of this world. We’re ready to stand for Jesus.
    – Kristen Collier

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