For a decade the internet and conspiracy circles have been atwitter (sorry) with rumors of government-ordered guillotines being secreted into warehouses to be brought out at the unveiling of the One World Order in fulfillment of the seemingly anachronistic prophecy of Revelation 20 regarding devout Christians being executed through beheading.
Fortunately for those terrified by the sleeping giant, dutiful Machine propaganda mills were there to assure us that there was nothing to it;
Did the Federal Government Just Purchase 30,000 Guillotines? No. ~ About.com
Did the United States Congress approve the purchase of 30,000 guillotines for “government purposes” to be used under coming martial law? FALSE: It’s a persistent rumor, but no proponent web site seems to provide evidence… ~ Microsoft Network
The U.S. government has purchased a stockpile of 30,000 guillotines. FALSE ~ Snopes
But thanks to the dawn of CIA-powered jihad, the sawing off of heads is now sickeningly modern.
Few Americans will forget when Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl had his head sawed off for all the world to see in 2002. Many have died the same way ever since.
All of that hard work “dispelling myths” was for naught.
But are government-purchased guillotines “myths”?
For as long as this page stays up, here is an interesting write-up from the Georgia House of Representatives—their official page at “www.legis.ga.gov”—regarding a bill proposed for the 1995/1996 legislative session, HB 1274:
Georgia House of Representatives - 1995/1996 SessionsHB 1274 - Death penalty; guillotine provisionsCode Sections - 17-10-38/ 17-10-44A BILL TO BE ENTITLEDAN ACT1- 1 To amend Article 2 of Chapter 10 of Title 17 of the Official1- 2 Code of Georgia Annotated, relating to the death penalty1- 3 generally, so as to provide a statement of legislative1- 4 policy; to provide for death by guillotine; to provide for1- 5 applicability; to repeal conflicting laws; and for other1- 6 purposes.1- 7 BE IT ENACTED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF GEORGIA:SECTION 1.1- 8 The General Assembly finds that while prisoners condemned to1- 9 death may wish to donate one or more of their organs for1-10 transplant, any such desire is thwarted by the fact that1-11 electrocution makes all such organs unsuitable for1-12 transplant. The intent of the General Assembly in enacting1-13 this legislation is to provide for a method of execution1-14 which is compatible with the donation of organs by a1-15 condemned prisoner....1-22 (a) All persons who have been convicted of a capital1-23 offense and have had imposed upon them a sentence of death1-24 shall, at the election of the condemned, suffer such1-25 punishment either by electrocution or by guillotine.
Ever seen a prisoner in the United States of America executed by guillotine…ever?!
That “organ donor” thing? Yeah, there’s a lot of money in it. Just ask my friend Kevin Curtis. He was trying to blow the whistle on an illicit organ donor racket he found in Mississippi…just before he was framed for sending ricin-laced letters to Barack Obama.
Creeped out yet?
It gets worse.
In 2011, upstart Israelis were being a nuisance, camping in the center of Tel Aviv and complaining that “Contractor companies are organized crime!” Where they came up with that idea, no one knows.
Then, suddenly, in the middle of their protest, a guillotine was placed, right there…on Rothschild Boulevard. “Get the message, pesky peasants?”
Folks, you can’t make this up.
Two weeks ago, this headline splashed across the mainstream website “Slate.com”:
Bring Back the Guillotine
Lethal injection is the wrong way to do capital punishment. Severing the head is the better way to go.
By John Kruzel
A nationwide shortage of a key ingredient used in lethal injections has led some states to experiment with new, untested drug cocktails for executing death row inmates. The practice has raised moral and constitutional questions, and unleashed a wave of litigation. At this point, as a society, we should be asking whether we can stand by and watch as this barbaric practice continues. Are these iffy drug combinations really any better than the guillotine?
Bringing back the guillotine may sound crazy, but it’s certainly better than the current alternative. It’s better for prisoners because quickly severing the head is believed to be one of the quickest, least painful ways to die. And it’s better for organ recipients because the bodies of guillotined prisoners could be more quickly harvested for viable parts, unlike organs that may become unusable after lethal injection due to hypoxemia.
In unguarded moments, Barack Obama says he has a “muslim faith”. Perhaps he does not. But he chose John Brennan to be Director of the CIA and it was recently revealed that Brennan converted to Islam in Saudi Arabia (where the body of the Prophet lays) and has even been on the Hajj pilgrimage.
The question remains…
—Is one of these in your future…?