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Monday, November 17, 2008

On the Apocalyptic undertone of the New World Order

Location of US FEMA Camps:In response to Jody Coughlin's On Fanaticism
<...> through the course of conversation, it is brought to light that there are those in my home town (sur-fukin-prise) that feel US president elect Barak Obama is the anti-christ. Thankfully, nobody in my immediate circle is buying into this, but everybody has a theory about the end of the world.
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Censurer General writes:
This apocalyptic nut-baggery is a standard tool for unscrupulous religious leaders to keep their flocks engaged, befuddled and obedient.

Most disturbingly, this manipulation has now been harnessed to dupe the faithful innocent into their own demise as preachers take government money to prep their congregations for fascist subservience (or concentration camps) - it's like a Cheney/Rumsfeld wet dream:

Prisonplanet.com - Feds Train Clergy To "Quell Dissent" During Martial Law

How Christians can believe the fraudulent wars of terror, banker takeover bills and coming public austerity unseen in generations (to pay off fake, fiat debts that were illegitimately created and could be wiped away with the stroke of a pen) is somehow righteous will forever escape me.

How neo-liberals accept that their savior will take up the same charge as their hated neo-con foes is almost equally baffling to me.

Maybe they add extra fluoride to the church drinking fountains and Liberal/Democratic party headquarters?

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