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Desnee Flakes
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I am a recently employed activist who has been writing all my life about the issues that mean the most to me. My interests lie in politics, parity, race, and history. I believe that each of those things are interconnected and that only when we look straight at something do we actually see it. My politics are left of center, and I don't rely on any movement to define where my center is. My father taught us to measure others with the same yardstick you measure yourself.

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FEBRUARY 22, 2012 3:56PM

The Abortion of Faith, Empathy, Compassion, and Love

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 http://freechristimages.org/biblestories/golden_calf.htm

 

Thank you Franklin Graham, your appearance yesterday spurred me to do some research on the Evangelical movement. The language you and the Republican candidates use is so similar I had to find where, who, and how this party has become the bullhorn for religion. What I found is what appears to be a cabal of wealthy, Godless, posers who have been conflating their worship of the golden calf with Christianity, and in turn creating a nation of unbelievers.

 http://video.msnbc.msn.com/morning-joe/46464672#46464672

This man should have been a tap dancer by profession, because he certainly did everything short of put on the shoes and shuffle off to Buffalo trying to make President Obama a Muslim. He sees foreign policy through the religious dogma of his Dominion theology, which is rooted in many other movements that claim a religious basis.  I have yet to find how they can justify this as a Biblical movement.

All one has to do is look at the history of this movement and what you find is that captains of industry have long funded and promoted this false religion.And they have their spokespeople make blanket statements like Glen Beck, who recently stated "we're all Catholics now," as a means of bringing us all into this fundamentalist fold.

I myself was shocked to find the name Nelson Bunker Hunt involved in this movement, because I used to see him around Santa Anita Race Track in Arcadia, California. He was an enigma, extremely wealthy, but he always looked like a bum whenever I saw him around the stable area. This always gave him the appearance of being one of those people who had lots of money, but also made him seem somehow humble. So I was surprised to say the least, when he and his brother Lamar were caught trying to corner the silver market back in 1979-1980. He was clearly a case of not being able to judge a book by its cover.

Having not even thought about Hunt since those heady days when he was a successful horse breeder, it was surprising again to find his name associated with this religious movement, as well as finding out that he is also very involved with the John Birch Society. The more that I research these religious ties the more evident it is that household names within the Evangelical movement, Republicans, and people who control a great deal of capitol have wedded a perverted Christianity with racist doctrine, and policy both foreign and domestic.

Because these ties abound on the internet it is no wonder that Graham, Santorum, Gingrich, as well as Pat Robertson, Ron Paul, and Pat Buchanan have a very similar world view. It is also no wonder that main stream media has done its level best to keep these ties out of sight from the masses. We also know that many Democrats have become a part of this not so new religion from Rachel Maddow's reporting on the C Street house and the Fundamentalist Family. But that story never really grew any legs anywhere else on the network and soon died, though some intrepid print journalist tried to give it traction.  

At some point Americans will have to demand something more than rote stories repeated all day long on cable news shows, and ask for the whole story. I've often been told that this doesn't relate to that when I write. I've always known that yes this does relate to that, we just have to look for the connections. This religion of power, money, and the absence of Jesus teachings, is about the abortion of faith, empathy, love, and compassion.

 

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Elegant, eloquent, powerful, and moving. Proud to be the first to rate this one.

" . . . abortion of faith, empathy, love, and compassion."


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Thanks mark this just stuck in my craw yesterday and I had to do some research about it.
Desnee, I wish I had your initiative seek out the imperical evidence, such that it is. Perspective requires maintainance.
I would appreciate your thoughts on my lastest post on a similar topic. I'll be fleshing out my theories on Christianity vs Christ in weeks to come.
R.
Jewellya I love to research I should have been a private eye or lawyer. But everything starts somewhere and we just have to find the source. If you click on the word cabal you see a list of the Council of National Policy and guess whose name is on the list that crazy donor of Rick Santorum, Foster Friess. These people are trying to build a single theology with the exception of Islam and from Franklin Graham's lips the Mormons too. This might be why Romney can't get traction because Evangelicals don't think his faith is actually Christian. I also went and read your post rated it and commented as well.
I have to thank my FB friends who are sharing my writing with their network of friends I truly appreciate the love guys!
I wonder about these things. Thanks for digging up the details.
Phyllis the saying birds of a feather was never darker than it is with this bunch of yahoos. Amazing that the Council of National Policy isn't even on the MSM radar or is it? Thanks for reading.
you nailed it. excellent. rated! these people are sociopaths and dangerous and we can't take victory for granted!
Ron I used to think people who said New World Order whatever and just blow it off. But language has always been important to me and it really seems that there is a confluence of religions with these people, they have a message and it doesn't vary. When that is happening it's an obligation to make sure you understand where the message is rooted. Wish there was an updated list would love to see if Gingrich's sponsor is also on this list.
Absolutely on point, Desnee. I have been trying for the longest to impart to people that what they are witnessing is part of a well-planned agenda that goes beyond mere political ideology. As you probably already know, people will not hear...they can't handle the truth. But please don't be discouraged, continue to tell it to all who will listen. Thank you.
Thanks Fay I intend to. These people are repeating the same things on policy, social issues, and religion. There has to be a root this isn't an organic movement it is explicit in nature and every chance I get to say it I will.
Yes. These are the idiots that believe that part of the Bible that equates godliness with income. By that standard, Columbian druglords must be saints.