"Black Berets Coming: Communist China Now Training Cuban Special Forces" by Tiffany Benson reminds me of prophetic statements I made in 2004 and 2005 in numerous radio interviews and speeches across America I delivered warning Americans that Chinese military troops of at least 5,000 to 10,000 in number were in Mexico training the Mexican army for warfare.
Furthermore, I stated that I had been informed by an intelligence asset working in the United Kingdom and in the United States that not only was this so, but also that four Chinese soldiers were apprehended in 2004 crossing the border into Texas. The asset was an associate of retired colonel, Chaplain Jim Ammerman, who introduced him to me. Jim Ammerman, whom I was told by the asset was the defacto head of the more than 30,000-member Texas militia, informed me that the reason why the asset informed me of the Chinese military presence in Mexico, right across the American border, was so that I would inform Americans in all my radio interviews and speeches across America. Americans had the right and need to know because this was a national security issue.
The discerning and wise heeded my message. The opposition I ran into was due to my speaking before "establishmentarians" were ready to accept the truth. This, however, did not negate my duty as a clergyman to protect my community and country by issuing such warnings about Chinese military activities in our backyard. Not all, but many Americans, including Army chaplains I knew, simply could not believe this. This had to be "conspiracy theory."
Rather than being appreciated for doing my part to inform Americans, I was hated and persecuted. My internal reaction was astonishment that they were so gullible and naïve to believe nothing exists unless it's broadcast on the mainstream media and that they did not know that there is no such thing as a conspiracy theory. Conspiracies are plans made by more than one person, whereas theories do not necessarily denote reality. These are mutually exclusive terms.
Today, it is common knowledge that Chinese military personnel are along both the Canadian and Mexican borders, and also in Cuba, as Tiffany Benson so aptly shared, and also in some Central American nations. Some are even citing reasons why they may also be on U.S. soil, along with U.N. troops, which Jim Ammerman and other witnesses have said landed on American soil decades ago, based on active and closed U.S. military bases and in national forests where American citizens are not allowed to enter.
Prophets usually share grim news, not good, which is why they are usually not well received. Examples abound in the Old Testament. May God help America when even her military officers and clergy slam their ears to the truth and may perish due to a lack of knowledge and vision.
Chaplain James Linzey is a retired Army chaplain, currently serving as a Southern Baptist chaplain with the rank of lieutenant colonel in the Department of Defense-recognized United States Army volunteer reserves. On active duty, he served as the command chaplain for Cluster III of Operation Noble Eagle II under Homeland Security, headquartered at White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico, supervising the religious programs for 12 Air Force and Army installations in the Southwest; command chaplain of the 5035th Garrison Support Unit, Fort Bliss, Texas, supervising the religious program for the largest mobilization and demobilization mission in the continental United States; and as the first full-time chaplain for the Leader's Training Course under the U.S. Army Cadet Command at Fort Knox, Kentucky.
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