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Alex Jones: Government Will Use Ferguson To Start Race War

“InfoWars” host Alex Jones insisted today that the demonstrations in Ferguson, Missouri, and elsewhere are all part of a grand plot to bring about racial violence and another civil war in America.

Jones warned that the Ferguson protests will lead to a government attack on the Tea Party and “the attempted takedown of the Republic,” adding that there will be an “attempt to start a civil war, playing the people off against the police and people off against each other racially.”

“Minorities, who are really the majority now in most areas, will see the Democratic Party as their Kapo in the prison,” Jones continued. “The UN’s the warden and they’ve got us all in racial gangs and we’re all in a prison together like a bunch of chumps.”

Pat Robertson: Give Network Money To Help Job Prospects

Today on “The 700 Club,” Pat Robertson fielded a question from an unemployed Christian Broadcasting Network contributor who wondered what he should do while facing limited job prospects and piling bills.

“You can do telephone marketing from home,” Robertson suggested. “Think about raking leaves, mowing lawns, trimming bushes, there are a thousand things you can do on your own, don’t always wait for somebody else to hire you.”

Robertson added that a donation to CBN may improve his chances of finding a new job: “Ask the Lord, when you send that $20 or $40 off, you say, ‘God I am putting a request along with this, I am investing it with power.’”

Pat Robertson: Obama Is Working With Terrorists

Televangelist Pat Robertson, who is pretty sure that President Obama is a secret Muslim and “may have made a deal with the Muslim Brotherhood,” today accused the president of working with terrorists.

“It makes you sick at your stomach that the president whose name is, what is it, uh, Barack Hussein Obama, who studied in Indonesia and had a Muslim stepfather for a while, has embraced this terrorist organization,” he said, while wondering if Hillary Clinton also “embraced this stuff.”

After inaccurately asserting that the Muslim Brotherhood started the Palestine Liberation Organization and Hezbollah, Robertson said that “ISIS is following the Muslim Brotherhood playbook and for the president of the United States to say there is no credible evidence that they have renounced their peaceful intentions, that is pure baloney and it just makes you sick at your stomach.”

The U.S. government does not consider the Muslim Brotherhood to be a terrorist group and past presidentsincluding President Bush, have engaged with the group.

WND Columnist: Obama Behind 'White-People Bashing'

Mychal Massie is pretty sure that President Obama is simultaneously “a limp-wristed paper doll” and an influential leader who is working surreptitiously to engineer racial strife, including the protests in Ferguson, Missouri.

The WorldNetDaily columnist writes today that Obama sides with thugs” and tries “to foment racial discord and racial antipathy” by using “code for white-people bashing.”

Apparently, Obama has pushed racial conflict even more than all of those presidents who presided over slavery, Jim Crow and systematic racism: “Obama has done more to divide America on issues of race than any president before him. Obama has displayed an incredible proclivity for fomenting racial discord.”

America is suffering from a lack of leadership. Obama isn’t a leader; he is Erebus eulogizing over America sans having anything kind or truthful to say about her.

His manic supporters are selective in what they view as an example of leadership, none moreso than the hordes of blacks who suffer from willful “he’s black and therefore can do no wrong” syndrome. When they are unable to debate cogently (which is their one constant) they make excuses for Obama and/or wave off his need to be involved in the situation.

Such has been the case pursuant to his handling of Ferguson, Missouri. Obama fanned the flames of racial discontent from the very outset of the Ferguson shooting. A leader is a person who possesses a strong moral foundation. A true leader is not the equivalent of troublemaker who sides with thugs and bullies, but that is exactly what Obama does.



A true leader is a man respected at home, revered abroad and feared by the evildoers. But Obama panders to our evildoers, alienates our allies and shows himself to be a limp-wristed paper doll at home. Obama’s only real domestic strength is to foment racial discord and racial antipathy.



I condemn self-segregation and segregative speech and assignations. A president of color, more than one who is not, has the melanin card he or she can use to trump racialisms in a positive way. Obama, however, has seen fit to use that card to foment angst and immiseration. I would preach hope and unity built on our being Americans. I would seize every opportunity both domestic and abroad to boast of America and the greatest of her citizenry; but Obama does the exact opposite. He tells how far America has to go, which is code for white-people bashing. I would tell the people they elected me to lead not to be a color.

America needs a leader, but the “color” that was elected is nothing more than a prissy paper doll with no courage and no heart. He is a pernicious liar and troublemaker. And I ask you what kind of leader goes out of his way to harm the people for whom he was elected to secure a better future? What kind of leader makes no pretense of supporting and fomenting racial discord? The answer is the one who is currently in the White House.

When Obama was elected president, the consensus of opinion was that America had transcended racial antipathy. The consensus of opinion was that Obama would be able to lead America forward pursuant to issues of race unlike any president before him.

That was a tragic assumption. Obama has done more to divide America on issues of race than any president before him. Obama has displayed an incredible proclivity for fomenting racial discord.

Kevin Swanson: 'The Hunger Games' Is 'Warming Us Up To Murder' And Persecution

Last time Religious Right broadcaster Kevin Swanson saw a “Hunger Games” movie he wasn’t much of a fan, fearing that the film promoted feminism. Then last week, after the third “Hunger Games” movie came out in theaters, Swanson aired another review of the series, this time warning that it may contribute to another Holocaust.

“This is warming us up to murder,” he said, warning that the films may train children to slaughter American Christians just as Jews were massacred in Nazi Germany. “This is warming us up to the ethical decisions that tens of millions, if not hundreds of millions of American kids are going to do when it comes time for the Nazis to kill the Jews or when the Americans need to kill the Jews or when Americans need to kill Christians.”

“Whatever it needs to be, whatever it’s going to be in the next twenty to thirty years, this is an excellent way, this is a tremendous way to prepare hundreds of millions of children, even Christian children and homeschool children for the kind of murder we may see in the future,” he said.

Gordon Klingenschmitt's Entire Activist Career Is Based On A Myth

Gordon Klingensschmitt, the right-wing televangelist who recently won a seat in the Colorado General Assembly, built a career out of making wildly inaccurate claims about anti-Christian persecution in the U.S.

Rick Santorum: Separation Of Church And State A Communist Idea, Not An American One

In a conference call with members of right-wing pastor E.W. Jackson’s STAND America that was posted online today, former senator Rick Santorum disputed the existence of the separation of church and state in the U.S. Constitution, dismissing it as a Communist idea that has no place in America.

A listener on the call told Santorum that “a number of the things that the far left, a.k.a. the Democrat [sic] Party, and the president is pushing for and accomplishing actually accomplishes a number of the tenets of ‘The Communist Manifesto,’ including the amnesty, the elevation of pornography, homosexuality, gay marriage, voter fraud, open borders, mass self-importation of illegal immigrants and things of that nature.” The likely presidential candidate replied that “the words ‘separation of church and state’ is not in the U.S. Constitution, but it was in the constitution of the former Soviet Union. That’s where it very, very comfortably sat, not in ours.”

Of course, Thomas Jefferson and James Madison, among others, referred to the separation of church and state when explaining the amendment which they drafted.

Later in the call, Santorum continued to lecture President Obama on race in America, telling Jackson — who once criticized a desegregation plan as “social engineering” — that Obama harmed race relations and, ironically, failed “to do something transformational.”

“When you cavort with Al Sharpton, you certainly aren’t into racial reconciliation, that sort of sums it up right there,” he said. “You surround yourself with folks who are not healers but dividers, this president has been the divider-in-chief on so many fronts. You had hoped, as you mentioned, Bishop [Jackson], you hoped that on this front it was an opportunity for the president to do something transformational, that he could’ve been that figure that could’ve made a real difference in racial reconciliation, could’ve made a real difference just within the black community and he chose to take a different path, he chose to use it as a wedge issue as opposed to an issue that was one that he said he wanted to accomplish when he was going to heal the country. He has done anything but.”

WorldNetDaily Columnist Will Save Gays From 'Their Deathstyle'

After maintaining that gay people have up to 20,000 sexual partners in a lifetime, today Lord Christopher Monckton of WorldNetDaily once again came to the defense of an Australian politician who is trying to bar her local government from mentioning LGBT issues and holding diversity trainings.

In a column titled “‘Gay’ Shame: Gross Promiscuity, Disease, Death,” Monckton writes that anti-gay measures such as the proposed ban on merely addressing the LGBT community protect “the freedom of speech” and serve the interest of gay people by saving them from “their deathstyle.”

He also makes room to decry marriage equality — arguing that “the probability that the ‘marriage’ will last for more than a few weeks or months is vanishingly different from zero” — and gay adoption: “why, oh why, do a few nations allow them to adopt and bring up children? Do we not care more for our innocent little ones than that?”

Councillor Rosalie Crestani’s courageous stand against the pro-homosexual discrimination at the City of Casey Council on the fringes of Melbourne has enraged the forces of darkness.

Her fellow councillors have ganged up against her to try to get her removed from the council for what – in their hate-filled eyes – is the crime of daring to speak out in accordance not only with her religious and political beliefs but also with her duties as an elected councillor.



How and why have we allowed the so-called “gay” community to fool us into thinking we should “celebrate” their deathstyle when – in their own interest – we should be warning everyone of the medical risks of the extreme promiscuity that is the custom among them?

And why are some states allowing them to “marry” when the probability that the “marriage” will last for more than a few weeks or months is vanishingly different from zero?

And why, oh why, do a few nations allow them to adopt and bring up children? Do we not care more for our innocent little ones than that?

Let us hope that Councillor Crestani’s gallant stand against the nihilistic, totalitarian left, which has all but succeeded in preventing the well-referenced, scientific facts in her remarkable resolution from appearing anywhere, will stir the conscience of a slumbering world and remind it that no amount of tyrannical bullying should ever be allowed to silence the freedom of speech that is our best guarantee that, one day, morality will again prevail.

How Obama Ruined Thanksgiving

Remember those great Thanksgivings of yesteryear, the ones that took place before President Obama took office?

Well, as WorldNetDaily columnist Barbara Simpson writes today, Thanksgiving was ruined this year thanks to the man in the White House, as she simply had nothing to be thankful for.

Simpson explains that unlike in the good ol’ days, when people feared nuclear war and Americans were sent to fight in Vietnam, nowadays U.S. soldiers are “often used to build schools and infrastructure in foreign lands” while “the rights and benefits of American citizens are stolen and given to illegal aliens who essentially are stealing our birthright as Americans.”

The traditional Thanksgiving commentary is a litany of good things in our lives. Fair enough. It teaches us to be grateful for what we have.

But while that’s not such a bad idea, I think that sometimes it’s wise to take a look at the problems we face and see what good can come from them.

Thanks to the Obama administration, the regressive and divisive political trends in our country and the progression of terrorist horrors across the world, it’s hard to avoid the negative.



Today, we have wars with no end and no real purpose. Even our own leaders are confused as to what we’re doing, where and why.

In the past, our military, and certainly the men in combat, had focus even if at times there was division among the leaders. Generally, that division was not evident to the troops or to the man on the street.

The image to the average American was that we were united in our intent and effort, and, ultimately, the goal was victory.

It’s different today. Our military has been the target of political correctness in training, dress and membership. Their assignments often have morphed from combat to socially approved assignments. Are they warriors, or are they social engineers assigned to create a better world regardless of the local politics in the chosen locales?

Do our warriors fight wars to protect our freedom, or are they now fighters without borders and are often used to build schools and infrastructure in foreign lands and even, as we are doing now with Ebola, fight a contagious disease.

Have we lost our sense of mission, or have we lost our way?

We’ve had hot wars – Korea, Vietnam, others – and at the same time, the Cold War. The average American may not have perceived the political intrigue involved in all that, but they knew the enemy.

We had the fear of nuclear war and the terrible infernos it could cause. Children learned “duck and cover,” which, in reality, would do nothing but give fake security.

Over the years, we’ve had prosperity and recession, inflation and deflation, corporate and political corruption. Often it was not terribly clear to the average American just what was going on, but eventually the reality was clear and there was some resolution.

Now we have politicians who lie openly, economic conflicts that threaten families, to say nothing of the ultimate effect on the very future of our nation.



Just look at the media – and politician-fed riots of Ferguson. Look at the economic and the job situation facing not only the minority young but all citizens.

Look at the excuses given to Islamic terrorism as though their violent hate has some rational and excusable basis, even when beheading American citizens.

Look at the situation when the president makes his own laws so that the rights and benefits of American citizens are stolen and given to illegal aliens who essentially are stealing our birthright as Americans.

The leader in this is Barack Obama, the president now feeling his power. He doesn’t have to worry about midterm elections or his own re-election campaigning.

Mike Huckabee: Abortion Rights Worse Than Nazi Holocaust; Gay Marriage Dooms America

After visiting Nazi concentration camps in Poland last week during “Mike Huckabee’s Reagan, Thatcher, Pope John Paul II Tour,” the former Arkansas governor addressed his guests with a speech about “the soul of America” and its alleged social ills. Abortion rights and marriage equality, Huckabee said, rise to the top of the list of what ails the country.

He blamed the legalization of abortion and same-sex marriage on the failure of pastors to become active in politics. Huckabee said Americans have “blood on our hands” for failing to criminalize abortion and contended that reproductive freedom is much worse than the Nazi Holocaust.

Huckabee added that the country will also “pay the consequences” for trying to “tinker” with marriage and “having upended the very foundation which is the essence of how a civilization survives.”

We wonder with some sense of bewilderment, how is it possible that since 1973 alone over 55 million unborn children have died in what should have been the safest place that that baby ever experienced, the womb of its mother? How did that happen? Because our pulpits were silent and forgot and failed to teach that every human life has value and worth and there’s no such thing as a disposable, expendable human being, that all of us are created equal. Even our Constitution, our founders, acknowledge that, and our Bible affirms it. And our failure to speak it because it was a political issue will cause us one day to stand before a holy God with blood on our hands and explain why we did not cry out against that slaughter of 55 million.

If you felt something incredibly powerful at Auschwitz and Birkenau over the 11 million killed worldwide and the 1.5 million killed on those grounds, cannot we feel something extraordinary about 55 million murdered in our own country in the wombs of their mothers? Does that not speak to us? And the foundation of our society and culture, marriage, not only by which we produce the next generation but it is the entity through which God has chosen for us to create the next generation and train them to be our replacements, and when we tinker with its definition and we decide that it can mean anything we wish for it to mean and that rather than to take a biblical perspective we will take a very human one and we will base marriage on human experience and desire as opposed to biblical standard, then I fear that we will pay the consequences for having upended the very foundation which is the essence of how a civilization survives. So the soul of America is in real trouble.
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