Students at Brigham Young University are pushing back against an out of control bureaucracy that's changing Utah's BYU to be in line with the New World Order instead of lining up with Christ's kingdom.
On August 19th we brought you an interview with BYU student Tristan Mourier who started a petition to bring back the teachings of Christ to BYU.
Now additional students are pushing back against a BYU nazi-style "papers please" freedom-of-movement control initiative. Without proving you're covid free you lose access to on-campus services. This includes a program to deploy some kind of health work force moving around on campus requiring students to submit to invasive and random medical testing. The level of insanity at BYU cannot be overstated, and a few words in an article can't begin to express how unholy it is that this is happening. Brigham is looking down on his namesake with a heavy heart.
It's almost like everybody who works at BYU has suddenly forgotten about the mark of the beast, or they've truly never read their scriptures their entire lives.
The petition states "This is a violation of our privacy, bodily autonomy, and a breach of the contract under which we accepted our invitation to BYU as a student or employee."
A LITTLE BACKGROUND:
How did BYU go so far astray, that now the students have to push back on the faculty in order to defend their faith and the faith of their parents?
Perhaps it will just barely wet your appetite to know that there have been many clues at BYU that this has been coming for a long time. Consider that 28 years ago in 1992 during the BYU commencement ceremony, Brent Scowcroft, a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and adviser to Bush Sr., visited Brigham Young University and told students to "take advantage of the opportunity to shape the new world order" and that it will require "sacrifice."
We've also reported on when BYU professors pushed removing the sacred Proclamation on the Family and other professors had no qualms with attacking various teachings of the church.