A well known pastor is visited three times by NSA agents. What he describes would frighten the daylights out of most people, but he stood his ground. They provided him with a list of some of the names of alternative media personalities they are watching. They also informed him of nine ways they could get rid of him and/or send him a message that they aren’t happy with what he is doing online. There is so much more! Please watch and share for the whole story.
Z3 News reported:
In July 2016, two NSA agents met with this pastor and his wife for a very intense lunch meeting. After sharing their credentials, they asked to know all Pastor Begley’s news sources. They shared their agency’s displeasure with all alternative news media sources and warned they have many ways to kill Pastor Begley, adding they would not hesitate to do so. The agent said the NSA is listening to everything he says, even if his phone is turned off and claimed they could be in his bedroom within 20 seconds any time they wanted.
The agent warned, “You have too many followers.”
—Unexplained car accidents. Individuals involved in the accident have phony identities so when we follow up with insurance claims we discover they don’t even exist.
—Visits from NSA agents disguised as someone else coming for a phony reason attempting to trap you or find some way to destroy your credibility.
—Video insertion attempts
—Dropped phone calls to your home
—Mean, vulgar, hateful, ungodly postings on your website
—Written hate mail delivered by regular mail.
—Creating and posting YouTube videos filled with lies to discredit you.
The agent told Pastor Begley, “These things are not coming from nonbelievers that just want to watch and comment on your show, but they are from paid government personnel, mostly contractors who are actually targeting the people on the list. They are being paid to harass and to cause chaos and doubt for your audience.”
The NSA agent added they especially hate references to the “new world order, the illuminati, the beast, and the antichrist.” Any news sites using those words are added to their list and tracked.