Our previous post on the exposure of Giles Hurst as a spy in scoan was met with mixed reactions, some commenters were happy that the traitor was exposed, others chastised us with pathetic excuses one of which boldly claims that nobody bothers about spies unless they have something to hide, but wouldn’t these people themselves bother if they were actually spied upon to the last minute of their privacy? You may have nothing to hide as an individual but would it feel comfortable to have someone spy on you not knowing for what purpose or who they work for? How safe and secure would it make you feel? Is it an action you would welcome with open arms when it poses a security threat to your life and all those around you?
As unwelcome as the idea would be to nearly everyone, we actually got certain comments justifying the spy attempts at scoan, which we believe should put everyone especially fans of TB Joshua’s ministry on red alert.
So for those who think we’re actually going overboard with the issue of Giles Hurst being a spy in SCOAN believe us, we aren’t. The scenario of spies in Scoan isn’t one to be taken lightly; perhaps it would help if you considered the undercover BBC and Sky undercover agents who went to Scoan London with spy cameras and the rest or perhaps the mysterious disappearance of Wiseman Harry’s luggage on his arrival to the US before the Revival, to help appreciate our concern on this, these sneaky actions all stress a salient point- the lengths people are willing to go to uncover whatever mystery lies in the SCOAN and we’ve put forward some reasons in a previous post for our opinion that Giles Hurst came to Scoan in the capacity of a spy.
Now one question remains unanswered in our last post. If Giles Hurst came to Scoan as a spy what actually did he find, and how much information did he get access to? source
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