Saturday, October 17, 2015

Ten Commandments Monument Removed from Oklahoma Capitol in the Dark of Night (Videos)

Crew removes Ten Commandments
monument from Oklahoma Capitol
under cover of darkness
Monday, Oct. 5, 2015.
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Late on Monday, October 5, 2015, a crew paid by the state of Oklahoma came in cover of darkness and removed the 4,800 pound monument of the Ten Commandments from the Oklahoma Capitol grounds. (Tweet that!)

A spokesman said the next day that "the decision to remove the monument in the dark was made to avoid disturbing workers at the Oklahoma Capitol, while heavy equipment was being used to detach the statue, and to avoid protesters," according to a article. (Tweet that!)

The article also says that "at least two dozen [Oklahoma State] troopers were present, while maybe five or six residents showed up." (Tweet that!)

The next day, "Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin launched a campaign Tuesday to restore a monument to the Ten Commandments that was removed from the state capitol overnight under a court order," said an article. (Tweet that!)

KOCO 5 News:
10 Commandments monument removed from Capitol grounds
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Gov. Mary Fallin addresses the relocation of the 10 Commandments statue
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Of all the articles online I reviewed to write this post, the article was the only one that called the Ten Commandments monument "controversial."

For the Antichrist to take over the world and fulfill Bible prophecies, first Christianity and all remnants of it and of God's Word, such as the good commands engraved on this monument, must be destroyed, made powerless, or otherwise removed from society. (Tweet that!)

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