Conspiracy Theories

Right wing pastor: ‘Race wars, FEMA camps, martial law, and immigrant jihadists are upon us’

The right-wing outlet BarbWire, founded by activist Matt Barber, recently published an essay written byPastor JG Smoothy, claiming that the end times are upon us.

Image: Pastor JG Smoothy (Facebook)

The right-wing outlet BarbWire, founded by activist Matt Barber, recently published an essay written byPastor JG Smoothy, claiming that the end times are upon us.

While he concedes that famed conspiracy theorist and radio host Alex Jones acts like someone “just fed him a steak and a flat of Red Bull intravenously,” Smoothy says that his claims are generally backed up by evidence, even if listeners are responsible for “chewing the meat and spitting out the aliens.”

According to Smoothy, all strife in America can be traced back to the evil intentions of our Luciferian Illuminati, and maybe even a Freemason-controlled government. Masterminds are creating racial and civil strife in order to destroy local police forces to bring in an era of nationwide martial law.

Smoothy has a message for those who complain about problems such as “mythical white privilege’ and those who are more concerned with “seeing the rights of Transgenders championed” than stopping women from having access to abortion care.

“Facts roll over their propaganda like a tank on a Snickers Bar.”

In his essay, he explains that those who dissent against the establishment or “the opposing race group” will be put into FEMA camps. These camps will be complete with horrors such as plastic coffins and chain link fences. And of course, the military will play a large role in all of this.

“That 1.6 billion rounds of ammo purchased by the Department of Homeland Security (over twice the amount used in WWII) are for the military to suppress those who would take part in the violence brought on against the government and in the race divide.”  

Smoothy predicts a civil war, which Canada and Mexico will become helplessly embroiled. This will somehow lead to the global dissolution of borders, religions, currencies, governments and Pope Francis establishing a world wide church.

“The book of Revelations anyone?”

Of course.

27 Comments

27 Comments

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

To Top