They Would Not Listen…

They Would Not Listen… by Randolph Jason for Gospel News Network

Some of you may remember a few years back a man named Bernie Madoff ,who is now imprisoned, for running a $65 Billion ponzi scheme. Drunk with power, drunk with wealth, drunk in the illusion he was committing the perfect crime. His main assistant in this massive crime was a member of the banking cabal, another drunkard, JPMorgan/Chase. If you’ve never heard of a man named Harry Markopolous don’t feel bad, not many have. Mr. Markopolous was responsible for bringing evidence to the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) 5 full years prior to Mr. Madoff’s scheme imploding. You can hear a bone chilling interview, the only one of it’s type right here >>> – The Root of All Evil. Mr. Markopolous went on to write a book about this global crime spree, No One Would Listen: A True Financial Thriller.

Here is a small snippet of what we wrote regarding this “drunken” escapade

Well, it turns out that JP Morgan, where the funds were being funneled, knew what was happening and did not report it. Did anyone from JP Morgan, like the CEO, CFO or other officer go to prison along side Bernie? No, they did not. Eric Holder, the Attorney General at the time, stated that some institutions, like JP Morgan, were simply too big to prosecute. Too big to prosecute. Did you understand what AG Holder said? The Attorney General of the United States made it illegal to prosecute criminals who are known to be stealing your money!! It’s a great gig if you can get it!

Mr. Markopolous, in any other time would be a national hero. Harry Markopolous would be known throughout the land for exposing this massive crime on a scale that is difficult for most people to comprehend. But during these lawless days, corporate media will silence those that dare attempt to expose the ruling or banking class crimes. Corporate media is an agent of the enemy.

So, being “drunk” or abusing wine doesn’t always mean someone is hitting the sauce or actually has anything to do with alcohol what-so-ever. It could be they have become “drunk” on a variety of instruments used by the enemy to convince someone of their greatness. This particular illustration paints a vivid image of how far one can fall before “hitting bottom” – or before God’s laws come into view. God’s law reign supreme to any law of man – always have, always will. That doesn’t mean we go deaf for long periods of time.

Isiah 28 CSB

1 Woe to the majestic crown of Ephraim’s drunkards,
and to the fading flower of its beautiful splendor,
which is on the summit above the rich valley.
Woe to those overcome with wine.
2 Look, the Lord has a strong and mighty one
like a devastating hail storm,
like a storm with strong flooding water.
He will bring it across the land with his hand.
3 The majestic crown of Ephraim’s drunkards
will be trampled underfoot.
4 The fading flower of his beautiful splendor,
which is on the summit above the rich valley,
will be like a ripe fig before the summer harvest.
Whoever sees it will swallow it
while it is still in his hand.
5 On that day
the Lord of Armies will become a crown of beauty
and a diadem of splendor
to the remnant of his people,
6 a spirit of justice
to the one who sits in judgment,
and strength
to those who repel attacks at the city gate.
7 Even these stagger because of wine
and stumble under the influence of beer:
Priest and prophet stagger because of beer.
They are confused by wine.
They stumble because of beer.
They are muddled in their visions.
They stumble in their judgments.
8 Indeed, all their tables are covered with vomit;
there is no place without a stench.
9 Who is he trying to teach?
Who is he trying to instruct?
Infants just weaned from milk?
Babies removed from the breast?
10 “Law after law, law after law,
line after line, line after line,
a little here, a little there.”
11 For he will speak to this people
with stammering speech
and in a foreign language.
12 He had said to them,
“This is the place of rest;
let the weary rest;
this is the place of repose.”
But they would not listen.

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