04.27.2015 Dartmouth

Fulfilled 11.12.2015

Campus protest by Black Lives Matter students at Dartmouth College turns profane and abusive when they take over campus library.  

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04.27.2015

Around 4  a.m.  this morning I awoke and heard the name “Dartmeth”.  I thought, “Dartmeth?” What is “Dartmeth?” The Holy Spirit answered, “It’s a college”.  I thought, “Yes, I’ve heard that name before.” However, I didn’t remember why or when I would have heard it for I know nothing about a Dartmeth College.  Anytime the LORD speaks a name to me without explanation, I take it seriously because normally it doesn’t bode well. It is always a warning. I asked the LORD why He was giving me this name, but He did not reveal any more.  So, I prayed for the safety of the students and faculty and workers at “Dartmeth” College.

I fell back asleep and when I woke up again around six o’clock the name “Dartmeth” was my first thought.  I asked, “Where is this college?” and the Holy Spirit immediately answered, “It’s in the Northeast.”  I immediately got up and went to my computer to look up this name.  Although I spelled it the way I heard it, “Dartmeth”, the first several hits were of “Dartmouth” College.  I clicked on Wikipedia and realized that what I had heard was the correct pronunciation of it, and that it was indeed located in a Northeastern state.

Dartmouth College, commonly referred to as Dartmouth (/ˈdɑrtməθ/ dart-məth), is a private Ivy League research university located in Hanover, New Hampshire, United States.

I read all about the college and went to the college website.  However, after reading all of this, I felt that I was still missing something.  Then, the LORD reminded me of something that I saw but did not read.  There was a header on Wikipedia that mentioned other references to the name Dartmouth.  I had only glanced at it, so I looked back at the Wikipedia page on Dartmouth College. This is the header:

“Not to be confused with Britannia Royal Naval College in Dartmouth, England; the 19th-century Dartmouth University; University of Massachusetts Dartmouth;…”

Now I am seeing that there is a University of Massachusetts in Dartmouth, Massachusetts and am not sure which the LORD was speaking of.  I looked up this college to see where it is located.  When I saw that it was located due south of Boston, I immediately thought of the Boston Marathon bombing.  We just recently commemorated the first anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombing, and one of the brothers who committed this deadly attack, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, was about to receive sentence for his multiple convictions–possibly death.   This caused me to consider if other terrorists in the area might target the nearby University of Massachusetts Dartmouth as retribution because of its proximity to Boston.

Having two colleges with the name Dartmouth was now confusing, and Yahweh/God is not the author of confusion, so I knew I was not finished.  I clicked on the Wikipedia page I had open on Dartmouth College again, and this time my eyes fell on the right side of the page. I sat there staring at this crest, asking the LORD, “What am I missing?”:

My eyes lowered and I found myself reading the Motto that was in Latin.  I do not know Latin, but, I He had me reading each word and I immediately knew I had to know what it meant.  My eyes dropped to the next line and I saw that the English translation was there: “The voice of one crying out in the wilderness.”  I was amazed, for this phrase is a Scriptural reference to John the Baptist, and the cry of John the Baptist to “Repent! For the kingdom of heaven is at hand” is what the LORD has had me posting on this site for years–what He has me crying out to anyone who has ears to hear.

Seeing that the name the Lord spoke to me this morning, and that a college with this name’s motto is this portion of Scripture, I believe that whatever tragedy or attack that could come is more judgment on this nation because of her sin.  GOD is calling to us as He cried out to Israel through His prophet, John.  John was the “Prophet of the Highest” to prepare the way for Yeshua/Jesus, the Son of Yahweh/Almighty God to manifest as Israel’s Messiah, Redeemer, and as the Savior and Lord of the entire world.  The LORD is still crying out through His prophets to prepare the hearts of the people to turn from their sin and to turn back to Him, for the Day of the LORD is nigh.

This in itself centered my thoughts back on Dartmouth College and I wondered if it had anything to do with the University of Mass. at Dartmouth.  I felt I should share what the Lord had spoken to me, but I knew there was more that He wanted me to see. As I continued to seek the Lord concerning this, a thought came to me.  I wondered if Boston Marathon bomber, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, had attended either of these colleges.  I could not recall what was reported back in 2013, so I did a search.  I was sickened to discover that at the time of the bombings, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev lived on campus while a student at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth!

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University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth Pine Dale Hall where Boston Marathon bomber, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, lived. Photo: PETER PEREIRA/STANDARD TIMES /VIA ASSOCIATED PRESS

I do not know for certain why the LORD spoke the name of this college to me and if something is to happen, I do not know what or when, or even which of the two colleges.
I do know however, that what the LORD reveals to me has always proven in times past to be a prophetic warning. Just as we see in 1 Corinthians 15:9…We know in part and we prophesy in part.  I can only be obedient with what He gives me and share it with you, encourage you to intercede, and admonish you to do as I feel led to do.  Repent. Repent for our sins, the sins of our fathers, and the sins of this nation.  Though the LORD told me years ago that what He shows me will come to pass and will not be thwarted, I still pray for His great mercy to be given in the midst of judgment.  I pray for all who are at both of these colleges–the students, the staff and the faculty.  I cry out for mercy from the GOD OF MERCY.  He has been so very gracious to America over the centuries.  He established us, and we as a nation, have turned our backs toward the One True God who has blessed us beyond measure.

As I wrote this last sentence, the Holy Spirit brought back to my remembrance what He led me to read in Scripture yesterday. He led me to Isaiah chapter 5.  The prophet Isaiah prophesies on his harp as he sings a song of the LORD concerning His vineyard (the house of Israel).  It is a song of the love and care of Yahweh, the GOD of Israel, toward His people.  It is a song of how Yehovah/GOD chose the choicest land, fenced it, removed the stones, planted the choicest grapevine, built a guard tower in the middle of it, and made a winepress within it.  But, instead of bearing the delicious grapes that it should have, it bore wild grapes.  Yehovah asked,

“O inhabitants of Jerusalem, and men of Judah, judge, I pray you, betwixt me and my vineyard.  What could have been done more to my vineyard, that I have not done in it?  Wherefore, when I looked that it should bring forth grapes, brought it forth wild grapes?” Isaiah 5:3,4  

By the Spirit of the LORD, Isaiah continues to sing with detail of what the LORD will do to His vineyard.  It would pay us to heed what Yahweh spoke through His prophet.
He will:

  • take away the hedge and it shall be eaten up
  • break down the wall and it shall be trodden down
  • lay it waste–not pruned nor digged, allowing briers and thorns to take over
  • command the clouds that they not rain upon it

The song continues to explain the metaphor.

“For the vineyard of the LORD of hosts is the house of Israel, and the men of Judah his pleasant plant: and he looked for judgment, but behold oppression; for righteousness, but behold a cry.” Isaiah 5:7 

As Isaiah continues singing by the Spirit of the LORD, the woe’s begin as he describes their sin and God’s righteous judgment.

Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter! Isaiah 5:20

All through chapter five, I could see America.  Isaiah’s song could be sung over our nation as well.  Since 9/11 the LORD has revealed that the “hedge” that was around this vineyard called America has been torn down and unless the people of God in this nation truly repent and turn back to Yahweh and His Son, Jesus/Yeshua with their whole heart, more of His righteous judgment will come upon this land.

 

UPDATE: FulfilledDartmouth
November 12, 2015

As a brief recap, when the LORD woke me with the name “Dartmouth” on the morning of April 27, 2015, and then told me it was a college in the northeast U.S. , my research led me to Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire.  With more research I saw that there was also the University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth, Massachusetts.  I did not see anything about Dartmouth College that would send up a red flag, however, realizing that the University of Dartmouth in Dartmouth, Massachusetts was where Boston Marathon bomber, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, attended classes did send up a red flag.  Considering that we had just commemorated the first anniversary of the Boston Marathon Bombing and this terrorist was in the process of being sentenced—possibly to death—it caused me to consider that this college in Massachusetts could come under a retaliatory terrorist attack.

That said, on November 12, 2015, just seven months after being given this schools name, there was an incident that occurred at Dartmouth College that sent up a red flag and caused me to believe that this was why the LORD woke me with the name of this college.   And, it is also more confirmation of the “Race War in America” dream the LORD gave me on December 10, 2006.

Black Lives Matter Mob Invades Dartmouth Library, Reportedly Harasses White Students Relentlessly: ‘F*** Your White Tears!’

Nov. 16, 2015 12:31pm Jason Howerton
www.theblaze.com

Students studying at the Dartmouth College library were interrupted by a group of Black Lives Matter protesters who reportedly shouted, harassed and hurled profanities at white students.

Eyes Wide Open at the Protest

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The paper describes the so-called protest that ended up in the library:

Black-clad protesters gathered in front of Dartmouth Hall, forming a crowd roughly one hundred fifty strong.  Ostensibly there to denounce the removal of shirts from a display in Collis, the Black Lives Matter collective began to sing songs and chant their eponymous catchphrase. Not content to merely demonstrate there for the night, the band descended from their high-water mark to march into Baker-Berry Library.

“F*** you, you filthy white f***s!” “F*** you and your comfort!” “F*** you, you racist s***!”

Throngs of protesters converged around fellow students who had not joined in their long march.

…The flood of demonstrators self-consciously overstepped every boundary, opening the doors of study spaces with students reviewing for exams. Those who tried to close their doors were harassed further. One student abandoned the study room and ran out of the library. The protesters followed her out of the library, shouting obscenities the whole way.

Students who refused to listen to or join their outbursts were shouted down.  “Stand the f*** up!”  “You filthy racist white piece of s***!”  Men and women alike were pushed and shoved by the group.  “If we can’t have it, shut it down!” they cried.  Another woman was pinned to a wall by protesters who unleashed their insults, shouting “filthy white b****!” in her face.

One of the self-proclaimed protesters later confessed he was “ashamed” of what the Black Lives Matter demonstration turned into.

In a post on The Tab website, Charlie Lundquist claimed one protester made a girl cry and then shouted at her, “f*** your white tears!”

The following headlines and links to the articles reveal the details of that night’s uprising at Dartmouth College where a mob of about 150  protesters shouting the mantra of Black Lives Matter converged on the college library; threatening students who were simply minding their own business and doing what these protesters should have been doing—studying for exams.  Hateful cursing, railing accusations, physical and psychological intimidation was the modus operandi of the BLM mob.  The headlines also reveal the results of this terrorizing attack on Dartmouth’s students by BLM in the weeks and months that followed.  Not only did the students who spewed out their hate speech and broke campus rules with their actions not receive punishment, but just the opposite.  The offenders were apologized to by the college staff for being criticized for their actions by other college voices, and spring of 2016 Dartmouth is to offer a new course inspired by the  # BlackLivesMatter movement that will be taught by faculty in geography, English, history and other departments.  It is being labeled: “10 Weeks, 10 Professors: #BlackLivesMatter”

I agree with the headline below by http://www.lifezette.com/polizette that reads:
Black Lives Matter Owns Dartmouth.  Political correctness run amuck  and pandering to any group, especially a group of disgruntled, privileged, Ivy League college students, does nothing but empower them to wreak even more havoc and make more unmerited demands. From what I can see in the reporting, this group’s complaints have absolutely nothing to do with Black Lives Matter, whose protest is against unwarranted police violence on black citizens.

Headlines and links concerning this Dartmouth event:

Black Lives Matter protest terrorizes Dartmouth; students pushed, shoved, cussed out http://www.thecollegefix.com/post/25104/

Dartmouth protesters are guilty of ‘race hatred and misogyny,’ counter-protest group says http://www.thecollegefix.com/post/25399/

Black Lives Matter Owns Dartmouth: Administration says BLM will not be punished for violent, profane library protest http://www.lifezette.com/polizette/black-lives-matter-owns-dartmouth/

Dartmouth launches #BlackLivesMatter course http://www.cnn.com/2015/02/04/living/feat-dartmouth-black-lives-matter/

 

The racist uprisings and unrest across the college campuses in the U.S. is more confirmation of the dream of a race war in America that the LORD gave me in December 2006.  That such an uprising has reared its ugly head repeatedly at a college that the LORD gave me the name and location of is very confirming of what is still to come.  .

I believe that the racist unrest at this college is why the LORD gave me the name Dartmouth and then told me it was a college in the Northeast months before it occurred.  Sadly, we will probably see more of this type of unrest in the future.  Hopefully, nothing will come of the Islamic terrorism connection to the Boston Bomber who attended the University of Mass. at Dartmouth.

So, what do we do with this warning and its fulfillment? Repentance and intercession for our nation, sharing the Gospel of Jesus, and walking in the love of God is needed most.  For more of this will indeed come.

UPDATE 02.02.2016
Demands from Black Students at Dartmouth and Other Colleges 

EXCERPTS FROM:

Black Student Groups Demanding Segregation, ‘Safe Spaces’

Black student groups across most of North America are giving schools lists of demands that include “safe spaces” where only students of color may congregate. Some of the groups are asking for segregation without calling it segregation.

There are 76 groups which have listed their demands for college administrators. Some of the demands are the same, and some of the demands differ, but all want some pretty unreasonable things.

While a few of the demands are somewhat reasonable, here are some of the more “original” demands:

Black Liberation Collective (Multiple Colleges)

WE DEMAND free tuition for Black and indigenous students.

Amherst College

President Martin must issue a statement of apology to students, alumni and former students, faculty, administration and staff who have been victims of several injustices including but not limited to our institutional legacy of white supremacy, colonialism, anti-black racism, anti-Latin@ racism, anti-Native American racism, anti-Native/ indigenous racism, anti-Asian racism, anti-Middle Eastern racism, heterosexism, cis-sexism, xenophobia, anti-Semitism, ableism, mental health stigma, and classism. Also include that marginalized communities and their allies should feel safe at Amherst College.

Dartmouth College

Place all undocumented students in the domestic/U.S.A. applicant pool, not the international admissions pool. If not placed in the domestic pool, the admissions office shall release a statement explaining the processes taken in admissions for undocumented students.

Michigan University

We demand an opportunity to educate and be educated about America’s historical treatment and marginalization of groups of color through race/ethnicity requirements throughout all schools and colleges within the university.

UCLA

Rebranding the Afrikan Diaspora Floor with Residential Life. Black students lack spaces where they feel safe and comfortable. The Afrikan Diaspora floor is a way for us to connect more to other Black students, the Afrikan Student Union, and the Afro-Am department. The floor should be branded as a safe space for all Black students.

Basically, the demands are stating: pay for it, apologize, categorize people, tell people about how evil America is, and segregate.

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. fought, non-violently, to end segregated portions of society and equality regardless of race.

Do these groups realize that some of the things they are demanding take society back 50 years and completely negate the changes Dr. King fought for?

End of Article

UPDATE 05.12.2016:

ANOTHER BLM INCIDENT AT DARTMOUTH

On May 12, 2016, Black Lives Matter activists on campus at Dartmouth were offended by the use of the phrase Blue Lives Matter” on a bulletin board display honoring the fallen police officers across the nation.  These BLM student protesters removed the content and replaced it with BLM posters.  Many students saw this as an attempt to stop free speech.  At least this time the campus administration issued a statement signed by the college’s president, provost, vice provost and dean and emailed it to students stating that the actions of the protesters were “an unacceptable violation of freedom” and a form of vandalism.

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