by Geoffrey Grinder, Now The End Begins:
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The state of Arizona is reportedly preparing to execute death row inmates using Zyklon-B hydrogen cyanide — and has refurbished a mothballed gas chamber using primitive techniques.
How creepy is this? The state of Arizona is bringing back the gas chamber, and the gas they’re going to use is Zyklon-B, the very same poison gas that the Nazis used in places like Auschwitz to exterminate 6 million Jews. Solomon had it right when he said that there is nothing new under the sun, Shakespeare said that the ‘past is prologue’, and so it is. You just can’t get past the King James Bible no matter how hard you try.
“The thing that hath been, it is that which shall be; and that which is done is that which shall be done: and there is no new thing under the sun. Is there any thing whereof it may be said, See, this is new? it hath been already of old time, which was before us.” Ecclesiastes 1:9,10 (KJB)
The spirit of Antichrist that began rising over the world back in 2020 has wrought incredible changes to our very existence, and the stronger that spirit becomes, the more unbelievable things you are going to see with your eyes and hear with your ears. And the truly sickening part is that it will all be accepted without question, and the bible believing oddballs like you and I will have to be removed in order for this New World Order to come in.
Arizona bringing back gas chamber with Zyklon-B poison gas used by Nazis
FROM THE NY POST: The Republican-controlled state’s Department of Corrections spent more than $2,000 on ingredients for the lethal gas, the Guardian reported, citing partially redacted documents it obtained through public records requests. It noted that the gas is the same as Zyklon B, which the Nazis used at Auschwitz and other extermination camps.
The items the department bought included a solid brick of potassium cyanide, sodium hydroxide pellets and sulfuric acid, according to the news outlet. It also “refurbished” a gas chamber in Florence, Arizona, where it was built in 1949 but had not been used for 22 years, the Guardian added, citing the documents it obtained. The windows and the door of the mothballed facility were checked to ensure a tight seal, drains were cleared of debris and a smoke grenade was ignited to simulate the gas, according to the report. Some of the measures used to test the chamber were extremely primitive, including checking for gas leaks with a candle, whose flame was observed for flickers.