Skip to comments.Dabbling into Witchcraft (and Manufacturing Marxist Revolution) in the White House
Posted on 09/20/2010 10:11:10 AM PDT by unspun
Remember Barack Obama's mother in law? (link)
Remember Hillary Clinton and her personal seances? (link) Apparently, with familiar spirits and the persona of Eleanor Roosevelt? (link)
For more, see "Great Dabblers Throughout History," from Doug Ross. E.g.:
Then again, it could be said that intentionally destroying America's economy and culture, by the plans of Alinsky, Cloward-Piven, Frank Marshall Davis, etc. could be, as Tweeters are saying, #WorseThanWitchcraft.
See James Simpson's original Manufactured Crisis, Cloward-Piven articles, for more on that. (Don't just hear about it from more famous people on talk radio and Fox News, who draw from his hard and excellent work, without demonstrating the intellectual integrity of citing their source.)
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Its just the usual political hypocrisy. Nothing wrong with a little gaia-worship if you’re a Democrat. They only trot it out as a problem if you’re a Repub, not because they think its wrong, but because they hope it will cause other Repubs to desert you.
Its the reason they love to “out” supposed Repub homosexuals. Not, again, because they think its wrong but because they hope it will drive a wedge within the party (notice the attacks on Breitbart).
If you hold yourself out there as a Repub and if you’re any threat to them at all, you can expect to be trashed in the most vicious terms. Your own family won’t recognize you when they are done with you, and most of your friends will hide when you come to visit after the Dem press has finished with you.
Yes, except that the American populace is waking up, looking around and educating themselves (begrudgingly or energetically).
The greatest enemy of an authoritarian insurrection is an educated and responsible populace.
Time will tell, if Sovereign Americans will continue to be like Esau, or become like Gideon.
I have never understood the fascination with the Blowhard-Pinhead strategy. Gov. Christie has handily showed how to beat it. Machiavelli always rules.
People went ape s**t for Harry Potter and getting kids to read. Also a bunch of slow to develop adults who read JK Rowling witchcraft tripe.
Halloween is like a national holiday when you go into a stores like Target or even Loews.
The libs love Harry Potter because it pushes the secularist agenda.
Anything to attack Christine O’Donnell.
You underestimate the enemy which is foolish.
The enemy greatly underestimates us, which is far more foolish.
Pardon, but that's like saying, "I have never understood the fascination with a burglar breaking into your home, stealing and vandalizing, in the middle of the night."
They are intensely playing this "witch" angle because they think the Republican, Conservative, Tea Party people are a bunch of religious zealots. Who when they hear O'Donnell "dabbled" in witchcraft, half will run away from her screaming and the other half will demand she be burned at the stake.
I think they will be very disappointed when this does not materialize. They are trying to manipulate us based on cartoonish caricatures.
No, what I don’t understand is why conservatives are so intimidated by a strategy that is so easily defeated, just like a burglar is so easily defeated by a semi-auto 12 guage.
I think even you would admit that there is such a thing as witchcraft which invokes and evokes evil spirits.
The difference is, as a Christian, I defer to God's Word, which spells out that there are only angels of Jesus Christ and angels of Satan -- any "Mr. In-Between" as Yip Harburg penned in the song, is ultimately aligned with the latter.
Thank you. It has to be defeated, darkness that it is, by exposing it to the people.
That is what we are doing. This is not about histrionics. It is about informing Sovereign Citizens.
@GulagBound: Bill O'Reilly to Juan Williams: "Who ya gonna vote for? I'd rather have the witch than the Marxist!" #worsethanwitchcraft #IMGB
“I think even you would admit that there is such a thing as witchcraft which invokes and evokes evil spirits.”
I think even you would admit that Christianity is by no means pure of evil. There has been a great deal of wholesale slaughter by those who consider the entire point of one’s finite life is to determine one’s place in the infinite afterlife. Such a perspective tends to make life cheap.
“The difference is, as a Christian, I defer to God’s Word, which spells out that there are only angels of Jesus Christ and angels of Satan — any “Mr. In-Between” as Yip Harburg penned in the song, is ultimately aligned with the latter.”
The difference is, as a Pagan, I hold that the sacred Scriptures are written in the Almighty’s Laws as expressed in Nature rather than the works of man purported as the Word of God. Another major difference is, I do not presume that the Almighty is owned by any particular religion. I consider these concepts to be blasphemous, in fact.
Why do you think we are having so much trouble with the Mohammedans? They are willing to kill off the majority of the world’s population if that is what it takes to rid humanity of those who do not accept that there is no God but Allah and that his messenger is Muhammad.
The only answer that I hear from exclusivist Christians is that their God is not the same as yours, but do not dispute the principle that anyone who does not worship the God of Abraham has no valid religion at all, therefore it is not too much of a stretch to advocate wiping out everyone else. Indeed, Christianity has its own history of atrocities of conversion by the sword.
Christianity has since undergone a Reformation, hence the killing has largely stopped, but the poison pill of Theological Exclusivism remains common in Christendom.
That I cannot quietly abide.
Thanks for writing. I hope to get back to it.
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