How Kim Davis and the Supreme Court fulfilled a fictional prophesy.
Today’s hot news topic is Kim Davis has been jailed because she refuses to obey the ruling of Gay Marriage made by the Supreme Court. How long will she remain there now depends on the next step fulfillment of a fictional prophesy.Allow me to explain.
Definition of a prophesy (Merriam Webster)
1, to utter by as if by divine inspiration
2, to predict with assurance or on the basis of mystic knowledge.
Justice Kennedy Excerpt of his “Off the Bench” Comments on the fictional novel 1984 Prediction.
Nineteen Eighty-Four has one of the most brilliant scenes in literature. The protagonist is being tortured by his communist or totalitarian interrogators, and they want him to say that “Two and two is five.” And finally he can’t stand the torture anymore, he says, “Okay, two and two is five.” But, the torture continues. He said, “Why are you continuing?” They say, “The torture continues not until you just say it, but until you believe it.” And, this is a powerful reminder that governments want to plan your destiny. They want to plan what you think, and this must never happen. And so, Nineteen Eighty-Four is a book of tremendous importance, I think, in that regard. (Source Below)
Three Questions for Justice Kennedy
- How long will Kim Davis remain (tortured) in prison?
- How long will it take to make Kim Davis believe Gay Marriage is moral because the Supreme Court redefined marriage?
- Do you perhaps think the jailing of Kim Davis portrays the (powerful) Supreme Court in a similar way as the antagonist characters in the novel 1984?
In my opinion, changing the definition of marriage is not the answer to the gay marriage controversy. What Justice Kennedy should have done is read up on King Solomon to understand you can’t fix things that can’t be fixed by simply changing a word definition using his power of office. Because by doing so, he has now turned a previous fictional novel prophesy into a factual happening to change a previous democratic nation into a totalitarian nation. .
King Solomon Ecclesiasties 1:15
That which is crooked cannot be made straight: and that which is wanting cannot be numbered.
That which is crooked cannot be made straight,…. By all the art and cunning, wisdom and knowledge of man, that he can attain unto; whatever he, in the vanity of his mind, may find fault with in the works of God, either of nature of providence, and which he may call crooked, it is not in his power to make them straight, or to mend them;
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