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August 16, 2007

Keeping the Peace with Clergy Response Teams

Filed under: Defending America — Psycheout @ 2:55 pm

Clergy Response TeamWe have already been warned by Secretary Chertoff that the threat of terrorist attacks in the near future is very dire indeed. So DHS is taking the next logical step: preparing for the aftermath. And who would be best equipped to calm crowds of panicking people? Enter the Clergy Response Team.

Could martial law ever become a reality in America? Some fear any nuclear, biological or chemical attack on U.S. soil might trigger just that. KSLA News 12 has discovered that the clergy would help the government with potentially their biggest problem: Us.

A little hysterical there. I’m surprised they didn’t mention black helicopters!

But gun confiscation is exactly what happened during the state of emergency following Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans, along with forced relocation. U.S. Troops also arrived, something far easier to do now, thanks to last year’s elimination of the 1878 Posse Comitatus act, which had forbid regular U.S. Army troops from policing on American soil.

Oops. I spoke too soon! Thank goodness that crusty old law was finally laid to rest. The army can be very useful in a crisis when their hands are not tied by useless bureaucracy.

Dr. Durell Tuberville serves as chaplain for the Shreveport Fire Department and the Caddo Sheriff’s Office. Tuberville said of the clergy team’s mission, “the primary thing that we say to anybody is, ‘let’s cooperate and get this thing over with and then we’ll settle the differences once the crisis is over.'”

Such clergy response teams would walk a tight-rope during martial law between the demands of the government on the one side, versus the wishes of the public on the other. “In a lot of cases, these clergy would already be known in the neighborhoods in which they’re helping to diffuse that situation,” assured Sandy Davis. He serves as the director of the Caddo-Bossier Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness.

The most important thing in a crisis is to point to the good book and encourage people to have faith and pray for guidance. Only through steadfast faith and thoughtful prayer can salvation be received.

For the clergy team, one of the biggest tools that they will have in helping calm the public down or to obey the law is the bible itself, specifically Romans 13. Dr. Tuberville elaborated, “because the government’s established by the Lord, you know. And, that’s what we believe in the Christian faith. That’s what’s stated in the scripture.”

Amen. And if all else fails, call the Church Police!

Romans 13:1

Let every soul be subject unto the higher powers. For there is no power but of God: the powers that be are ordained of God.

Update: See how the black helicopter crowd is reporting this.  Paranoia can be hilarious!

— Psycheout

6 Comments »

  1. “because the government’s established by the Lord, you know. And, that’s what we believe in the Christian faith. That’s what’s stated in the scripture.”

    Funny. I though that in a democracy, the people are voting the government. So democracy is a big lie, eh?

    Otherwise: Well, another step from freedom to fascism. I wonder what will happen if they wake up one day and realise that a democratic president has used exactly those laws to declare martial law.

    And you don´t even loose a word about the gun confiscations. What´s that, don´t you support the 2nd ammendment anymore?

    Otherwise, revoking that act doesn´t seem to improve anything. For such occurences, the National Guard should be enough imo.

    Comment by PG — August 16, 2007 @ 3:10 pm | Reply

  2. “because the government’s established by the Lord, you know. And, that’s what we believe in the Christian faith. That’s what’s stated in the scripture.”

    Yeah, but it’s not what’s stated in the constitution, tricksy little thing.

    Comment by Salmo — August 16, 2007 @ 6:52 pm | Reply

  3. Still, the church police have proven useful when I found that dead bishop on the landing.

    Comment by Salmo — August 16, 2007 @ 6:52 pm | Reply

  4. The higher authority in America thank God and our forefathers, is the Constitution.
    Now if leaders break the law by not upholding the Constitution, the people have a right to dissolve those leaders.
    Every citizen has the duty not only to know and make sure their leaders uphold the constitution, they have the responsibility to makes sure our leaders follow those laws themselves. Through peaceful protest, and through Armed Revolution if need be according to our forefathers.

    Comment by Davy Rockett — September 9, 2007 @ 3:49 pm | Reply

  5. We who are believers in Yahvah(G_d OF THE BIBLE know that Yah holds the leaders in his hands and that he turns the hearts of these leaders. The leaders who are Trully His will follow His-Yah’s way and not mans. The Govervemnt(of the USA was founded on HIS Principles and not those of the wicked. Scripture say’s render unto Cesear the things that belong to Cesear and unto Yah’s(G_D’S those that belong to him. Any time the goverment goes against Yah(G_D we are not to obey them. If we do we will suffer. Yah will defend and take care of those who follow Him and their Trust is in Him ONLY.

    Comment by Gwen Harris — October 24, 2007 @ 11:21 pm | Reply

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