Sunday, August 21, 2011

Michele Bachmann VS Rick Perry - Theocrats for President Washington Post Defends These True Believers (or opportunists)

Rick Perry and Michele Bachmann involved in the New Apostolic Reformation /Seven Mountains Prophecy the leaders of which are self-proclaimed Prophets.

The Washington Post published a somewhat facile glip under researched article on the New Apostolic Reformation Movement .
The article besides not revealing much about the influence that this movement has spends most of the article poking fun as it were of those who have researched and found the movement disturbing in that it has influenced Republican /GOP notables such as Rick perry, Michele Bachmann, Sarah Palin and so forth.
The author goes on to erroneously claim that the hysteria over the movement is being spread and encouraged by what the writer refers to as the Radical Left who just hate all Christina and especially Evangelical Fundamentalist Christians.

The author sounds like she has borrowed from the Talking Points of Fox News, Glenn Beck, Sean hannity, Bill O'Reilly who believe Christians in America are somehow an oppressed group who are forbidden to practice their beliefs or to even pray in public and so on.
For years now O'reilly has been erroneously claiming that the evil liberals, secualar humanists, atheists, agnostics and other non-Christians have declared war on Christmas as part of their war on Christianity , God and traditional America and America's values.
All real Americans they imply are Real Christians that is they are not those liberal pro-gay, pro-pluralism Jesus loves everybody kind of Christians .

These radical Evangelicals are also connected to Pastor John Hagee 's Megachurch 's Christian Zionist organization CUFI.
They only care about Israel and the Jewish people as they are seen as part of God's plan for the End-Times.

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 Rick Perry Partners With 'Apostle' Who Thinks The Statue Of Liberty Is A 'Demonic Idol'
 by Brian Tashman at Right Wing Watch via People For The American Way ,July 12, 2011
As we've been reporting on Right Wing Watch, Texas Governor Rick Perry is working a number of radical preachers to plan his upcoming Christians-only prayer rally. Perry's partners in the event include extremists who believe that tolerance for homosexuality caused the September 11th attacks, Oprah Winfrey is the harbinger of the Antichrist, the deadly Japanese earthquake was caused by the country’s Emperor having sex with a demon, the repeal of Don’t Ask Don’t Tell caused bird deaths in Arkansas and violence should be considered to overthrow President Obama, among many other extreme beliefs.

One self-described ‘Apostle’ who has signed on as an official endorser to Perry's The Response prayer rally is John Benefiel of the Heartland Apostolic Prayer Network, a group affiliated with the New Apostolic Reformation with ties to other The Response endorsers including Cindy Jacobs, C. Peter Wagner and Jay Swallow. In a sermon last August, Benefiel argued that America is under a curse from God because the country possesses monuments to pagan idols and that Americans needs to renounce those idols if not destroy them. Benefiel claims that the Statue of Liberty is in fact a “demonic idol” because it represents a “false goddess.”

C. Peter Wagner: Japan Is Cursed Because The Emperor Had Sex With A Demon

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C. Peter Wagner, an endorser of Gov. Rick Perry's "The Response" prayer rally, explains that the nation of Japan is controlled by a demon spirit (The Sun Goddess) because the Emperor had sexual intercourse with her.

Rick Perry and other Republicans connected to the New Apostolic Reformation Movement
Forrest Wilder on His Texas Observer Article, "Rick Perry's Army of God." (Democracy Now!) - Republican Gov. Rick Perry of Texas is expected to announce his entry into the 2012 presidential race. Perry will make the announcement at a conference in South Carolina organized by Erick Erickson's Early backers of Perry's presidential run have heralded him as being behind the so-called Texas economic miracle, however many have questioned Perry's economic claims in Texas. Questions have also arisen over Perry's close ties to the radical-wing of the Christian evangelical movement. Last Saturday, Perry helped organize and spoke at a controversial seven-hour Christian prayer rally in Houston titled, "The Response: A Call to Prayer for a Nation in Crisis." While the prayer session drew 30,000 participants and received national press, little attention was paid to the Christian evangelicals Perry worked with to organize the event. The Texas Observer has just published an explosive article titled, "Rick Perry's Army of God." It exposes how a group of radical Christians and self-proclaimed prophets from a little-known movement known as New Apostolic Reformation have been quietly pushing for Perry's presidential bid. Democracy Now! interviews The Texas Observer's reporter, Forrest Wilder.

Gov. Rick Perry's 'Army of God!' WTF?? - Rachel Maddow

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Texas Gov. Rick Perry might actually think he's the "Chosen One" of the 'New Apostolic Reformation'. WTF? -- Sorry folks, we really can't make this sh*t up. From MSNBC &
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