Netflix : Mindhunter

Netflix : Mindhunter

In the late 1970s two FBI agents expand criminal science by delving into the psychology of murder and getting uneasily close to all-too-real monsters.
Starring: Jonathan Groff, Holt McCallany, Anna Torv

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Remember, Just Say No To Drugs?

Or, how about the still current police program called D.A.R.E.?

    In 1983, the chief of the Los Angeles Police Department, Daryl Gates, and the Los Angeles Unified School District started the Drug Abuse Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.) program. The program, which still exists today, pairs students with local police officers in an effort to reduce drug use, gang membership and violence. Students learn about the dangers of substance abuse and are required to take a pledge to stay away from drugs and gangs.

Both Just Say No and D.A.R.E only resulted in increasing drugs and gangs. Not only did early studies discover this fact but God stated it clearly. 1

Because of the inherent sinful condition of mankind such knowledge only fascinates and excites the debase nature of mankind.

The blind nature of government and society to led children not to do drugs or join gangs results in more drug use and violence in the land. The United States has gone from D.A.R.E. to stay off drugs to legalizing pot. In fact, pot has been legalized in defiance of Federal Law. Along with King County Prosecutor Dan Satterberg, Seattle, Washington State, who defies Federal Immigration law a whole generation of children are being indoctrinated to ignore the rule of law.

Things are not looking up.

Ok, now we get to Netflix’s Mindhunter which topic is serial killers. This show will only succeed in challenging would-be killers and serial killers to try and beat the system. Indeed, productions like this only excite, titillate would-be killers.

Netflix’s Mindhunter is going to tempt individuals who would never have murdered to kill. The show will nudge those who so far have resisted the temptation for murder to finally succumb and take a  life.

Along with police who write murder novels and the constant stream of slasher movies more shooters like Las Vegas are going to increase because both are of the same fleshly excitement.

The only hope is to save yourself from this corrupt generation by becoming both ignorant and smart at the same time. If you want to understand evil study the goodness of God. Keep in mind the study of the goodness of God is about obedience to His good.

Everyone has heard about your obedience, so I am full of joy over you; but I want you to be wise about what is good, and innocent about what is evil. (Romans 16:19)

Far more good would be accomplished by praying to a holy God and seeking Him on what would be His will for the next good loving deed to be accomplished by you then by watching a movie about serial killers.


Many on the verge of nervous breakdowns or abandoning themselves to crime and violence are going to be undone by NetFlix’s ‘Mindhunter’ of this we can be sure. God, come The Judgement Day will hold Netflix accountable as an accessory to murder.


You can bet your last dollar that Netflix’s Mindhunt is “disturbingly” exciting to the sinful nature of man.

Netflix’s Mindhunt is going to “disturbingly” disturb a lot more individuals to commit crimes on varying levels.

Fact is, the next new serial killer is going to delve right into this series, become fixated and murder a few more individuals.

The FBI should never have allowed or co-operated for this TV production to move forward. But, man, and women just have to in their pride boast.

There are certain things that man just is not to know and the solution is found in seeking a Living God – not more knowledge about what is evil.

It was never for mankind to know “good and evil”, but to only walk with the Living God who would provide not only what is good, but the power to be good.

Such sinful knowledge has always been “disturbing” and “totally absorbing.” And along with those two facts, it has also wrecked mayhem and misery upon the whole world. Oh, how we deceive ourselves into thinking we are gods unto ourselves that can understand good and evil.

And the Lord God said, “The man has now become like one of us, knowing good and evil. He must not be allowed to reach out his hand and take also from the tree of life and eat, and live forever.” (Genesis 3:22)

From a holy, loving Living God all knowledge of what is good to do, and the power to be good, would have been given, but, no, we had to lust after being “gods” unto ourselves.

Sad to say, the deception will continue as fewer and fewer individuals want to repent that they might truly love others with God’s love in them.

Mankind will be deceived into thinking that by understanding serial killers the murders will stop.

Nothing could be further from the Truth.

_____________________________________________________________________ ~ opinion unto righteousness ~ timothy williams
[proverbs 18:2]

Monday, October 30, 2017
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(—If you’re watching Mindhunter, the Netflix drama based on the true story of the man who pioneered the science of profiling serial killers, you’re probably wondering just how much of it is true. The show’s fictional profiler, FBI agent Holden Ford, makes reference to infamous criminals like Charles Manson and David Berkowitz, but what about the other serial killers who appear on the show? Is Ed Kemper a real person? Were the good guys inspired by actual FBI agents? Below, we separate fact from fiction to explain what’s real and what isn’t in Mindhunter. –