I've been stopped by the filth a few times. They are not human.
Wow, quite surreal. That's not far away from me.
Here's one of the comments:
This is absolute madness. How can someone be arrested for praying?
A sign of things to come, I fear. At least, we know the madness has already arrived, now we just have to wait for the anti-Christian bias to grow, which I suspect will gather pace as the older generation of Anglicans, or more devout Christians from that generation who recall a more Christian nation, repose. That's when the revolutionary spirit may spark into a wildfire of persecution, which will come suddenly and unexpectedly, as these things tend to do.
Also, I appreciate there is a disdain for the authorities and the police due to their obvious disconnect with the general public and alienation from the common good (so it seems, especially in this case, siding with the "rights" of the abortionists rather than the silent, Christian protester), and it is especially difficult for those of us resisting the government tyranny to find the will within us to be obedient towards them, but as St Paul says in Romans 13:1
, "Let every soul be subject to the governing authorities" -- with one big caveat, of course, that when it comes down to a critical choice, we must obey God, rather than men, when our hand is forced in such a way (Acts 5:29
). This is of course very interpretive, so we have to trust in God and our conscience in these situations to determine what is the right or wrong action.
By that standard, the woman here has done well, showing her resistance and allegiance to God's law but ultimately being obedient to the authorities, and by silently praying and being non-violent/non-confrontational, she presents their punishment as it is, unfiltered and untarnished, so that everyone (with their conscience in tact) who watches this video can see how mad this system has become -- sadly as a result of our collective transgressions, apostasy and severe lack of repentance.
Imagine telling someone from the 40's or 50's that in little under a hundred years, you'd be arrested by good ole 'bobby on the beat' for praying outside of an abortion clinic. They'd probably think you were a science fiction writer looking for inspiration to plot out a fictional tale, or that you were absolutely mad for thinking it could happen at all (back when abortion was illegal in this country, along with homosexuality).
It doesn't take many years to corrupt an entire generation, yet here we are.