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This Gubernatorial Candidate Made It A Plank Of Her Campaign To “Demolish The Georgia Guidestones” (Video)

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“Since my election, the Supreme Court has ruled in favor of THREE of my main platform issues and executive orders (Jesus, Guns, and Babies), and Just like Religious persecution, Gun Control, and abortion, the Georgia Guidestones, a demonic monument that calls for the depopulation of the earth, as well as for the extermination of 7.5 Billion people, has no place in the Christian state of Georgia, or in America for that matter! This looks like another Act of God to me. Today, it is another defeat of the devil. Never underestimate the Power of Prayer!” -Kandiss Taylor

Early Wednesday morning, the wicked granite structure in Elbert County, Georgia was bombed.  Ultimately, it was completely demolished after being erected there since March 22, 1980.  However, many are unaware that a Georgia gubernatorial candidate put forward as part of her platform “Executive Order #10 –  Demolish the Georgia Guidestones.”

A friend sent me the following video for Kandiss Taylor, gubernatorial candidate for the State of Georgia.

According to Taylor:

For decades, the Global Luciferian Regime has seeped its way into our Government.

They demoralized us with humiliation rituals as they tore down our historical monuments, persecuted our children, locked us down in our homes, and forced us into becoming walking science experiments through a global vaccination program.

They erected statues spelling out the exact plans they had for us, and today we the people of Georgia, say no more.

It’s time for us to return the favor.

On my first day as Governor of Georgia, I will move to DEMOLISH the Demonic plans of our enemy. The Satanic agenda is NOT welcome in our state.

Support my fight by contributing, and watch as I turn the Georgia Guidestones into dust!

Explosion Rips Into Depopulation Monument Georgia Guidestones

Now, it’s one thing to topple those granite stones.  It’s another to deal with those that are actually seeking to carry them out.

One thing I will note is that at first, the Guidestones and property that it stood on was owned by the man that commissioned them, who went by the pseudonym Robert C. Christian.

According to Wikipedia this is how they came about.

In June 1979, a man using the pseudonym Robert C. Christian approached the Elberton Granite Finishing Company on behalf of “a small group of loyal Americans”, and commissioned the structure. Christian explained that the stones would function as a compasscalendar, and clock, and should be capable of “withstanding catastrophic events”.[1] The man reportedly used the pseudonym as a reference to his Christian religion.[7] Christian said he wanted a granite monument built that could rival the British Neolithic monument Stonehenge, which he drew inspiration from after visiting them.[3][8] However, he noted that while impressive, Stonehenge had no message to communicate.[8]

Joe Fendley of Elberton Granite assumed that Christian was “a nut” and attempted to discourage him by providing a quote for the commission which was several times higher than any project the company had previously taken, explaining that the guidestones would require additional tools and consultants. To Fendley’s surprise, Christian accepted the quote.[1] When arranging payment, Christian said that he represented a group which had been planning the guidestones for 20 years and which wanted to remain anonymous.[1]

Christian delivered a scale model of the guidestones and ten pages of specifications.[1] The 5-acre (2-hectare)[1] site was apparently purchased by Christian on October 1, 1979,[9][10][non-primary source needed] from farm owner Wayne Mullenix.[1] Mullenix and his children were given lifetime cattle grazing rights on the guidestones site.[1]

Fendley believed that the monument would become a tourist attraction for the region.[3] On March 22, 1980, the monument was unveiled by congressman Doug Barnard before an audience between 200 and 300 people.[8] Christian later transferred ownership of the land and the guidestones to Elbert County.[1] As of 2022, there reportedly were 20,000 annual visitors.[11]

So, the Guidestones and property became the property of the county.

While I’m not quite sure what Taylor would do to have removed the Guidestones, The Sons of Liberty has reached out to her for an interview.

The things she spoke out about concerning our history being removed, Molech worship, abortion, the shots and taking dominion are all on point.

This woman is doing in Georgia what MEN won’t do… that’s also a judgment against them (Isaiah 3:12), but God bless her words and efforts!

Article posted with permission from Sons of Liberty Media


Tim Brown

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