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Politician Pat Robertson Looking For Jesus

 

By James Donahue

Oct. 12, 2005

 

Controversial Christian television personality and politician Pat Robertson recently said on CNN’s “Late Edition” that he believes the regularity of world calamities like the dual hurricanes that struck the US, the Pakistan quake and the great tsunami in Indonesia are signs that the end of the Church Age is near.

 

“If you read back in the Bible, (Paul) said that in the latter days . . . the Earth would be caught up in what he called the birth pangs of a new order,” Robertson said.

 

“What was called the blessed hope of the Bible is that one day Jesus Christ would come back again, start a whole new era, that this world order that we know, it would change into something that would be wonderful that we’d call the millennium.”

 

But Robertson said before there can be heaven on Earth, there would be some difficult times. He said they could be compared to “what a woman goes through in labor just before she brings forth a child.”

 

Robertson put into words a false and twisted belief system among Christians that has cast the planet into the cataclysmic dilemma we now face.

 

Because Christians dominate the industrialized nations by sheer numbers, and because they believe that an external god is going to return to rebuild the world, re-establish Eden, and oversee a thousand years of peace, they have no problem with destroying what is left with the planet as it is today.

 

And there, in a nutshell, we find the deadly fallacy built within that religious system. Because they are creationists, that is they believe a grandfather god in the sky created everything by merely speaking a word and they all appeared from nothing, they also believe this same creator can fix what they have ruined.

 

It is a little more complex than this, however. Even the Bible, is a book of smoke and mirrors concealing some truth, speaks of a covenant between mankind and the creator. That covenant involves our care for the Mother Earth. It is something the Christians know forgot in their quest to rape the planet of its resources for personal gain.

 

That religion, like the other religious systems of the world, bought into an angelic controlled program based upon materialism, greed, conditional love and war.

 

Consequently there is a lot of evil built into the program. Christians, Jews, Moslems, Buddhists and Hindus have killed each other and even claw among themselves, always in the name of an angel that they perceive as an external god that they worship.

 

They have murdered Luciferians who knew the error of their ways in the name of “rooting out witchcraft and devil worshipers.” They have murdered people of other faiths because they were not Christians. Protestants and Catholics of Ireland have been at war with each other for centuries. The radical Islam religion is sending its young members out with bombs strapped to their bodies in the name of Allah. Buddhist monks have been known to set themselves ablaze in public places in protest to social troubles. The Hindus and Moslems are threatening nuclear war over a little piece of land they both claim as their own. The Chinese, who have no spiritual path, are threatening war to reclaim the island of Taiwan, which is under Christian dominated leadership.

 

Does anybody see something wrong with this picture?

 

Robertson, the man with the boyish grin and soft spoken voice who once sought the presidency, is the epitome of evil. This man represents the worst of the angelic-driven religious systems that would destroy the planet and bring mankind into extinction.

 

Ironically, he does not realize the error of his ways. He has been on the wrong spiritual path for so long, his middle eye is glued shut. Because he is possessed by an angel, he no longer shares the soul of Lucifer. Thus he fails to recognize the danger we face if we should lose that soul.

 

It is time for the world to wake up to the treachery of the angelic realm before it is too late. If mankind does not stop believing this lie, there is no salvation of anybody. Robertson is quite wrong when he looks to the sky for a return of Jesus.

 

Jesus is dead. He died in a desert in the Middle East at the hand of a band of political assassins some 2,000 years ago. For Jesus there never was a cross. His bones never arose from his grave. And is not coming back to save anybody at this final hour.

 

Jesus was probably a Luciferian. He came into the world to set things right, and was murdered for his efforts. It was Paul, who became possessed by an angel on the road to Damascus, who concocted the scheme of deifying Jesus. From that incident sprang one of the most evil cults ever to exist on this planet.
















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