What it's like to be a Christian  ....  at least according to established orthodoxy.


This just in from Conspiracy Pal.com  11/10/2003


".....Join churches and become involved in church work." The party's (communist) objectives inside religious groups are several: 1. To gain "respectability":..."a church is the best front we can have," comrades, by associating in church circles, secure an "acceptable" status in the community, greater credence for their opinions, and the lulling of noncommunist suspicions. 2. To provide an opportunity for the subtle dissemination of communist propaganda. Churches are convincing places in which to identify communist programs with such genuine religious values as "peace," "brotherhood," "justice." ................................." Source: J. EDGAR HOOVER - "What the communist bosses are doing now to bring America to its knees" - MASTERS OF DECEIT. Pages, 302 & 303. Publisher: Pocket Books; New York, Henry Holt edition, March, 1958.

FIRST, watch this video - www.zeitgeistmovie.com 

Find out why the "Church" can dictate to the "State" what scientist can or cannot put in "State" text books. And what type of mentality one must adopt.

 George W. Bush, said he'd been `called' [by 'his father' - "God"], to seek higher office and talked openly about his faith. Here, when Governor of Texas, he claims June 10th. 'Jesus' day. http://snopes.com/religion/jesusday.asp .............  But now......what a change!!!


To Mossad 

Now this: http://www.commondreams.org/headlines04/1107-02.htm

And this one: http://informationclearinghouse.info/article10025.htm

And read this!

Found the article above, in 1996
Red Mafiya- How the Russian Mob Has Invaded America
This just in: 10/21/04

Former Rep. Randy Tate (left) and former Reagan Cabinet secretary Don Hodel (right) were chosen

Wednesday by Pat Robertson to lead the Christian Coalition. Note the "Mark Of The Beast" in their foreheads and hands.

See what they've done thus far!


Christian Coalition leaders announced

(For detailed information see: http://www.isrp.org/articles.html

Don't miss a page!.....Dwayne)

Associated Press

WASHINGTON-- Television evangelist Pat Robertson picked a former congressman as executive director of the Christian Coalition on Wednesday and named a former Reagan administration official president of the powerful political group.

Mr. Robertson said his successor as president, Don Hodel, and the executive director, Randy Tate, were "grassroots conservative leaders who are uniquely equipped to lead this organization into the next century." He called Mr. Tate "one of the brightest and most-talented political leaders in the nation."

Mr. Robertson said that Mr. Hodel, 62, who served President Ronald Reagan as secretary of the interior and secretary of energy, will be responsible for the coalition's day-to-day management and strategic direction.

Mr. Tate, 31, was elected to one term in Congress in 1994 before being defeated. He will report to Mr. Hodel, while Mr. Robertson moves up from president to chairman of the board, Mr. Tate replaces Ralph Reed, who built the coalition into a conservative political force. Mr. Reed is leaving to start a political consulting firm. [Don't be fooled; he's still with and behind Pat, very much so.] Also read this: http://www.commondreams.org/views04/1025-25.htm

Mr. Hodel said he decided to return to public life because he believes the moral and cultural problems Americans face are "a threat to the promise of America." .....[Who is this?! God incarnate?]

Mr. Tate, who pushed to make English the official U.S. language during his one term in Congress, said the job gives him a greater opportunity to shape America's future.

House Speaker Newt Gingrich praised Mr. Hodel and Mr. Tate as "politically astute, media-savvy and experienced in management of large organizations."


              Pat Robertson's
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September 5, 1996

Give evangelist Pat Robertson his due -- he is a long-range planner, even if he does tell viewers of the "700 Club" that
apocalypse and the Second Comin' are just around the millennialist corner.

A case in point is news that Robertson's Regent University School of Law has received full accreditation from the American
Bar Association after a decade-long wait. When informed of the Bar's decision, Robertson gushed: "The fact that they
acknowledge our overtly evangelical mission statement to me is a major breakthrough."

Regent University is successor to what was originally CBN University, begun by Robertson in 1977. The law school was
established in 1986, and received provisional accreditation in 1989. Since then, it has undergone annual inspections and
evaluations by the American Bar Association. So far, Robertson's law college has churned out hundreds of graduates, and
with the new semester has a total enrollment of nearly 370 students.

The televangelist and founder of the Christian Coalition told the Los Angeles Times: "Evangelically trained scholars will be
moving into positions as clerks for various judges, as members of legislative bodies and, of course, as practitioners of law
around the country."

Even more disturbing was Robertson's claim that eventually "evangelical judges" will someday preside over many of the nation's courts.

READ ALL ABOUT PAT ROBERTSONS AGENDA IN "Religion In Politics" at: http://www.isrp.org/art_no4.html

Pat wants to kill some more people. He "openly" says so!
 Just in; 04/08/03
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Subject: The Christians Have Come to Arabdom...with water, Bibles, and oh yes...Israel

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                         THE SECOND CRUSADES COMETH
                             ''It's simple. They want water. I have it,
                              as long as they agree to get baptized.''

                                                       U.S. Army Chaplain
                                (What a true Christian loving person this government chaplain)

MID-EAST REALITIES - MER - www.MiddleEast.Org - Washington - 4/08/2003:     Let's remember now that it is the Pat Robertsons and Billy Grahams of America who put George Bush in the White House and provide him the majority of his support - patriotic, flag-waving, heartland and red-neck American Christians, most especially the evangelicals and fundamentalists among them, who know squat about the Middle East, Islam, Arabs, or just about anything else beyond American shores and their extraordinarily narrow and self-righteous worldview.  
     And let's remember as well that from the pulpits and TV screens throughout America these senior Christian bible-thumping leaders have publicly proclaimed "Islam is the enemy" and "Mohammed was a terrorist".  
     Nor should one forget for a moment that these same groups, with the American President clearly one of their minions, are today politically and ideologically aligned with the most hard-line Zionist elements in Israel and American Jewry making it possible for Israel to subjugate and apartheidize the Palestinian people...all the whilecontinually pushing the USGovernment further and further into what is now a modern-day Crusade to bring 'democracy" and "civilization" to an Arab world already down on its knees pathetically prostrate.
     The Christians have come indeed.  All one has to do is watch American TV to see the various images of soldier prayer in the desert, baptism in desert bathtubs, crucifixes and Bibles in considerable supply.  And if one has the stomach for it there is always Pat Robertson's '700 Club' daily on network American TV -- constantly proclaiming the support of God Almighty himself  for America and its new war to bring civilization (i.e., Christianity) and democracy (i.e.U.S. domination) to the world...even as the very foundations of American liberties and society decay and rot at home.       Meanwhile, what can now be clearly termed an unholy alliance between Revisionist Zionism (that's Jabotinsky to Begin to Sharon) and Christian Evangelical Fundamentalism (that's Robertson to Graham to Bush) grows every more powerful, every more militant, ever more dangerous to 'the future of humanity' as the Pope himself felt impelled to publicly proclaim in his own desperation to vainly be on the other side of the Second Crusades and the new 'war of civilizations'.
     And so...the modern-day Christian armies have now come en masse to the heart of Arabdom...with water, Bibles, McDonalds, and oh yes...Israel.

                                                     By Meg Laughlin
[Boston Globe - 4 April - CAMP BUSHMASTER, Iraq]:   In this dry desert world near Najaf, where the Army V Corps combat support system sprawls across miles of scabrous dust, there's an oasis of sorts: a 500-gallon pool of pristine, cool water.
It belongs to Army chaplain Josh Llano of Houston, who sees the water shortage, which has kept thousands of filthy soldiers from bathing for weeks, as an opportunity.
''It's simple. They want water. I have it, as long as they agree to get baptized,'' he said.
And agree they do. Every day, soldiers take the plunge for the Lord and come up clean for the first time in weeks.
''They do appear physically and spiritually cleansed,'' Llano said.
First, though, the soldiers have to go to one of Llano's hour-and-a-half sermons in his dirt-floor tent. Then the baptism takes an hour of quoting from the Bible.
''Regardless of their motives,'' Llano said, ``I get the chance to take them closer to the Lord.''
A blue-eyed 32-year-old with an abundance of energy, Llano goes out every day to drum up grimy soldiers for his pool.
He talks to truck drivers, tank drivers, computer specialists -- anyone and everyone. He goes out to the combat zone to the fighting soldiers and the combat support soldiers who keep them in supplies.
''You have to be aggressive to help people find themselves in God,'' he said.
He calls himself a ''Southern Baptist evangelist,'' and justifies the war and killing with a verse from the Gospel of Matthew, which he often recites: ``Give unto Caesar the things that are Caesar's and unto God the things that are God's.
''This means we are called upon by our government to fight and that is giving unto Caesar, as the Bible tells us,'' he said.
Earlier this week, word went out that portable showers might be installed here soon, but Llano was undaunted.
''There is no fruit out here, and I have a stash of raisins, juice boxes and fruit rolls to pull out,'' the chaplain said optimistically.
                                  BIBLE BRIGADE IS READY TO ROLL
                                             Ed Helmore in New York
[The Observer - 6 April 2003]:   President Bush is under pressure to clarify his position on the role evangelical Christian aid groups are set to play in post-war Iraq.
Responding to criticism that workers from at least two evangelical groups whose leaders have denounced Islam are massing in Jordan to bring a Gospel message to Iraq's Muslims, the White House attempted to distance itself from the idea that the war is a crusade to convert the nation to Christianity.
Ari Fleischer, the White House press spokesman, said: 'The President knows Islam is a religion of peace.'
The Southern Baptist Convention and Samaritan's Purse, which is run by the Rev Franklin Graham, son of evangelist Billy Graham, have run into trouble over the views of their leadership and their efforts to proselytise. A past leader of the Southern Baptists, the nation's largest Protestant denomination, he offended Muslims last year when he described the Prophet Muhammad as a 'paedophile' and a 'terrorist'.
Last week Graham said: 'I love the Arab world. I just disagree with their religion, and they disagree with me.'
In the past,Samaritan's Purse, a recipient of US government funding, has been warned not to mix religious and relief activities. After the Gulf war of 1991 it was accused of putting preaching before aid after distributing missionary tracts in Saudi Arabia.
Christian conservatives are among Bush's staunchest supporters, but at a time when much of the Muslim world perceives America as anti-Islam Bush cannot afford the impression that the war is indeed a crusade. US Muslim leaders say that, while Iraqis need aid, the US government should bar groups critical of the faith from working in the region.
'It would be inappropriate for these people to have any kind of American government support at a time when the entire Muslim world suspects that there is a war against Islam,' said Ibrahim Hooper, who is the spokesman for the Council on American Islamic Relations.
But Christian groups are concerned that a new regime in Iraq may outlaw all forms of non-Islamic worship. Iraq has 500,000 Christians who have been allowed to worship freely under Saddam Hussein. Bishop Shlemon Warduni in Baghdad warned: 'The fanatics in Iraq are using the war as an excuse to act against the Christians.'
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Subject: ONWARD CHRISTIAN SOLDIERS - Billy Graham's Son Races to 'Free' Iraq

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NEWSFLASH - 4/8/03:  A US tank shelled the Palestine Hotel today killing
two journalists, others injured.  Journalists on scene report 'sniper story'
put out by Americans totally fallacious.  But even if true the idea of shooting
at a supposed sniper using a rifle with a tank into a hotel full of journalists
(of the non-embedded kind) says something in itself...especially when Al-
Jazeera Baghdad was shelled today as well (another journalist killed, more
injured) followed by an attack on al-Arabi, on top of the Sunday attack on a
Russian convoy departing Baghdad (after coordination with US forces) that
was also targeted, the ambassador himself injured.  Gaza also under heavy
attack today...may killed.

             "Also moving into Iraq are the Southern Baptists, the second largest
             religious group in the US after the Catholics and the most powerful
             component of the Christian conservative movement. They are perhaps
             the strongest pro-Bush, pro-Iraq war and pro-Israel political force in
             the US." - The Guardian


MID-EAST REALITIES - MER - www.MiddleEast.Org - Washington - 4/08/2003:   The Bush Administration, infilted to the core by the hard-line tough-guys of the Israeli/Jewish lobby coordinating closely with Ariel Sharon, is the closest thing the US had ever had to a Christian Fundamentalist government.   There are many who are trying to obscure and mask this reality.  Butut the underlying 'philosophical'/religious nature of the Bush/Israeli crusade to remake the Middle East in a Judeo/Christian mold -- for financial and political as well as strategic and religious reasons -- becomes more evident and explosed all the time.
    Furthermore, Washington is now controlled by a U.S. government more full of tricks, deception, lies, and crusading zeal beyond any other in modern American history.  Just competing for a position in this regime requires threatening and blustering at ever-increasing political decibels -- which explains former CIA-Director James Woolsey's public speech last week proclaiming World War IV now underway and that Syria and Iran need to be targeted next...others then to follow thereafter.   It's the new American domino theory kind of in reverse from Vietnam-days now forgotten  -- Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, Iran...with Saudi Arabia and Pakistan. et. al., then to be forced to comply even further with American dictate, or should their U.S.-backed governments fall finding themselves on the receiving end of cruise missiles and pre-or-post-emptive 'regime change' as well. 
     Oh yes, what is known as the 'road map' to 'reinvigorate' the 'peace process' should be understand in this context as preparing the way for an imposed arrangement forcing the vanquished and exhausted Palestinians to give up most of their rights in return for a permanently-crippled non-sovereign everywhere-controlled  nearly-stillborn 'Palestinian State' -- far worse than anything ever-imagined in times past but now the likely short-term outcome if the quisling Karzai-type Palestinian 'Prime Minister' (for Abu Mazen was essentially chosen and installed by the Americans with European help) can be twisted into signing the essentially surrender documents in return for power over his people and much additional money for himself and cronies.

                                     Evangelists Fears that US Christians will inflame situation
                                                     By Matthew Engel in Washington
[The Guardian - UK - 4 April]:   It could only happen with an American
invasion. Poised behind the troops, waiting for a signal that Iraq is safe
enough for them to operate in, are the evangelical Christians - carrying
food in one hand and the Bible in the other.
All the groups, generously funded by American churchgoers, are likely to do
a magnificent job in offering water, food, medical help and comfort to a
traumatised population. But they are causing alarm among Muslims, who fear
vulnerable Iraqis will be cajoled into conversion, and Christians, some of
whom warn that the missionaries will be prime targets in an unpacified Iraq.
Muslim worries have been heightened because the man leading the charge into
Iraq is the Rev Franklin Graham, who delivered the invocation at President
Bush's inauguration, the son of Billy Graham and a fierce critic of Islam.
He is on record as calling it a "wicked, violent" religion, with a God
different from that of Christianity. "The two are different as lightness and
darkness," he wrote.
He runs an organisation called Samaritan's Purse, whose workers are in
Jordan, waiting to move into Iraq. It has a strong record of charitable help
built up over more than 30 years, but its official aim is clear: "The
organisation serves the church worldwide to promote the gospel of the Lord
Jesus Christ."
Of late, Mr Graham has avoided inflammatory statements and declined to speak
to the Guardian. He did, however, write an article for the Los Angeles Times
yesterday designed to mollify his critics, insisting that Samaritan's Purse
will offer help to Iraqis without religious strings attached. "Sometimes the
best preaching we can do is simply being there with a cup of cold water,
exhibiting Christ's spirit of serving others," he said.
Ibrahim Hooper, of the Washington-based Council on American-Islamic
Relations was unimpressed, saying the groups involved were "despicable and
deceitful". Of Mr Graham, he said: "This guy has repeatedly stated that
Islam is intentionally cruel. I fail to see how such a person can be a
positive influence in a Muslim country. Humanitarian relief is just a cover.
Their basic motivation is conversion. These groups train workers to go in
under the guise of relief to convert people away from their faith.
"I know this because I've been on their training courses. There's a
technique known as contextualisation. You never say directly you're
Christian. You take chairs out of the church to make it look like a mosque.
You grow a beard. You dress your wife in Islamic attire. They know they're
not welcome."
Also moving into Iraq are the Southern Baptists, the second largest
religious group in the US after the Catholics and the most powerful
component of the Christian conservative movement. They are perhaps the
strongest pro-Bush, pro-Iraq war and pro-Israel political force in the US.
Their coordinator in Oklahoma, Sam Porter, insists that humanitarian aid is
the prime objective of the Iraqi relief operation; the church has 25,000
trained volunteers who help in disaster relief in the US and elsewhere.
But he added: "If someone says 'Why would you to come to Iraq to serve in an
impoverished, war-stricken country?' we would say it was because of the love
that the Lord Jesus Christ put in our hearts. If a country opens up for
evangelical missions to go there, we go. We believe strongly that Jesus
Christ is the son of God and we intend to proclaim that."
Some Christian commentators are alarmed that missionaries blundering into an
unstable country of which they know little would be in danger. Three Baptist
missionaries were shot and killed in Yemen last December by a Muslim
extremist, who said he did it because "they were preaching Christianity in a
Muslim country".
One evangelical writer, Richard Mouw, of beliefnet.org, warned the groups:
"We must do this with a genuine desire to serve human needs. If this is
viewed as a pretence for evangelism it will only hurt the Christian cause,
and perhaps further endanger the lives of the 600,000 Christians in Iraq."
Jonathan Bonk, editor of the International Bulletin of Missionary Research,
says that many strong evangelicals cannot separate their charitable work
from spreading their faith. "It's not a crafty attempt to proselytise. It's
an earnest attempt to share what they hold most dear. That's true of all the
proselytising religions, including Islam.
"The difficulty in Iraq won't be because the evangelists are Christian, but
because they're western. If they aggressively evangelise, that's a problem.
But they're going to be in danger whether they say anything or not. As
symbols of the west, and what the west represents, they are targets."
Note from reader:  The Middle East Council of Churches and their partner churches
in the West have...been in Iraq, Abrahamıs birthplace, since the first century, and
faithfully lives out her mission and witness alongside the Muslim community.  That
evangelists would enter Iraq circumventing the historic Church smacks of the western
crusading spirit of utter disrespect for the indigenous people, and is an ominous
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Bush's "Christian" Blood Cult

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