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The Christian Right Just Doesn’t Get It

Posted by soldierservant on December 11, 2007

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Another powerful article from Chuck. It is more than them not just
getting it. A lot of them are imposters or have sold out to Satan for
greed. They worship the babylonian goddess Ishtar (STATUE OF LIBERTY).
If they were really of Christ they would know His word for His sheep
hears his voice. Jesus never preached retaliation or compromise. Who do
these lying phonies from hell like Pat Robertson think they are fooling?
Anyone that believe his lies do not know Christ. Such would not put up
with his blasphemy. Chuck talked about the PAGAN LEFT but we also have a
PAGAN RIGHT. A lot of professing christians are heartless ghouls that
are not reaching out to the outcast and downtrodden. They will get what
is coming to them. They are no different than the selfish pagans. Their
greed is obvious by the megachurch leaders they follow after that put
wealth before God Himself. God’s word says that He is not mocked, that
you will reap what you sow. Those who sow to corruption and the flesh
will reap destruction. The fact that Robertson endorses Giuliani,who
perpetuates the atrocity of abortion, proves what a heartless fiend he
is. These liars do not care about righteousness or justice or else they
would not turn a blind eye to the infinite evil of Bush. They are all a
bunch of godless cowards wetting their pants over Hillary. THEY ARE
ashamed of being such a little spineless sniveling wimp cowering like
they do. How can such expect to enter the kingdom of God? After all His
word says that the righteous are as bold as a lion. Anyone that is
cowering over Hillary is not RIGHTEOUS! They are hellbound cowards!
Truth is not afraid of lies, so why are these hypocrites in fear? It is
an admittance of their own guilt. Both Hillary and Bush are destined for
hell. But Bush will have it worse because of his hypocrisy and has led
churches astray. Jesus was very clear that hypocrites are assigned to
outer darknesss where there is weeping and gnashing of teeth. The thing
of it is that even Giulani hasn’t made as much pretense as Bush has and
yet the religious phonies still accept him. There is absolutely no
excuse for that. This is the progression of sin as it is its nature to
continually get worse, like all the neocons. Hypocrites that push Romney
say religion doesn’t matter. Well I guess it would be alright for them
if we put a satanist in. That is who they really serve anyway but of
course wouldn’t admit it. Anything but Jesus is a distraction of Satan.
There is no equal to Jesus, not even the angels of which many fell to
follow Lucifer. If God does not spare the rebellious angels in heaven
what makes the hypocrites think they will get a pass?

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These are people I have known most of my life. They are my friends. I
have spoken at their gatherings and rallies, participated in their
discussions, and prayed with them. Of course, I’m talking about the
fine men and women who can be categorized as the Christian Right.

On the whole, we share the same values and principles. We are
pro-life; we stand for marriage as God defined it; we believe in the
right to keep and bear arms; we support capital punishment (albeit I
will be the first to admit that there are many inequities in the
application of capital punishment that desperately need to be
rectified); we believe children should have the right to pray in
school; we believe former Alabama Chief Justice Roy S. Moore Jr. had
every right to post the Ten Commandments in the Rotunda of the Alabama
Supreme Court building, and before that, a plaque of the Ten
Commandments in his Circuit Court building in Gadsden; and we believe
in limited government.

In 1980 and 1984, I joined my friends in the Christian Right in
helping Ronald Reagan achieve two landslide victories. In fact, as the
Executive Director for the Florida Moral Majority, I helped my friend,
the late Jerry Falwell, register more than 50,000 evangelical voters
during those years.

In 2000 and 2004, my wife and I could not in good conscience vote for
G.W. Bush, so we cast an independent ballot those two elections.
However, there is no question that, to a great extent, it was the
Christian Right’s almost universal support for George W. Bush that
gave him two terms in the White House.

Unfortunately, it has been the Christian Right’s blind support for
President Bush in particular and the Republican Party in general that
has precipitated a glaring and perhaps fatal defect: the Christian
Right cannot, or will not, honestly face the real danger confronting
these United States. The reason for this blindness is due, in part, to
political partisanship or personal aggrandizement. Regardless, the
Christian Right is currently devoid of genuine sagacity. On the whole,
they fail to understand the issues that are critical to our
nation’s–and their own–survival.

Republican candidates have learned how to “talk the language.” They
know that Christians are basically compassionate and trusting people,
and therefore prone to being gullible and easily manipulated. They
know that Christians have short memories and are desperate to be
accepted at the king’s table (largely a result of the church-growth
movement and mega-church mentality).

It is at this point that much blame should be cast at the feet of the
leaders of the so-called Religious Right. They have proven themselves
to be much more interested in enriching their “ministries” (and
themselves in the process) than they are in standing uncompromisingly
for the truth. The infatuation with power and success has made them
weak and vulnerable.

As a result, George W. Bush and Karl Rove have made mincemeat out of
the Religious Right. They have shown everyone that once you win the
support of the Christian Right with rhetoric, you can get by with just
about anything. Christians are horrible at holding Republicans

Hence, neocon Republicans such as Mitt Romney, Fred Thompson, Mike
Huckabee, and even Rudy Giuliani are all currently receiving fractured
support from the Christian Right. However, you can mark this down: the
Christian Right (with few exceptions) will eventually coalesce around
whoever wins the Republican nomination–no matter who it is. You see,
it’s all about political partisanship. Principles are only something
we talk about during off-election years.

Sadly, this is what the Christian Right just doesn’t get: ninety
percent of the time, it doesn’t matter to a tinker’s dam whether a
Republican or Democrat wins the White House. Both parties are mostly
dominated and controlled by the same interests. Both major parties
carry water for Big Money conglomerates. Both parties are heavily
influenced by globalists and internationalists. Neither party has any
loyalty to the U.S. Constitution or the principles of liberty.

All the pro-life, pro-family, traditional-values, conservative talk is
just that: talk. Republicans use conservative rhetoric the same way
Democrats use liberal rhetoric. Neither party believes what they are
telling their constituents. They merely say what constituents want to
hear in order to get elected; after which, they set about to do what
their elitist, globalist manipulators tell them to do.

Accordingly, no matter which party wields power in Washington, D.C.,
nothing much changes. Oh, there might be a little variance here or
there, but the overall agenda of the globalists is undeterred. And the
Christian Right just doesn’t get it. They don’t see it. They have
swallowed the partisan line all the way to the gullet.

Let’s have a reality check here. The globalist-handlers running things
in Washington, D.C., for the most part, could not care less about
abortion or gay marriage, one way or the other. They will gladly give
their support to “pro-life” and “pro-family” candidates as quickly as
they will to “pro-choice” or “pro-gay marriage” candidates. As long as
the candidate will offer no resistance to their plans for global
government, they could not care less about his or her position on
social issues. And, once again, the Christian Right just doesn’t get

Somewhere down the line, the Christian Right has lost track of the
importance of constitutional government. They have forgotten (or never
learned) the principles of liberty. Sadly, the Christian Right has
allowed The Bill of Rights to become an antiquated and incidental
document with no importance whatsoever to them.

Beyond that, in many respects, the Christian Right has become as
totalitarian in philosophy as many of the Pagan Left. One should
understand that the extremes of both left and right end up at the same
place: tyranny.

Take a conservative rightwinger to the extreme and one ends up with
Adolf Hitler. Take a liberal leftwinger to the extreme and one ends up
with Joseph Stalin. So, which is worse? It is hardly worth arguing
about. Tyranny is tyranny regardless of the label of the one
exercising it.

So what if the Democrats hate the Republicans and the Republicans hate
the Democrats (the Nazis hated the Bolsheviks and vice versa). If both
parties are dismantling constitutional government and stealing
personal liberties, they are equally dangerous. And that is exactly
where we are today. On the whole, Republicans are just as dangerous as
Democrats. In fact, more constitutional freedoms have been lost under
George W. Bush than any President (including Democrats) in modern

And remember, this report is five years old.)

Have you wondered why Mike Huckabee is suddenly getting so much
favorable attention from the mainstream media (who themselves are
controlled by this gaggle of global elite)? To find the answer as to
why a professing pro-life, conservative Christian would suddenly
become the darling of the media, look no further than the fact that
just a couple of months ago, Mr. Huckabee appeared before the
globalist-minded Council on Foreign Relations. (Read his speech here: ) And when he did, it became
abundantly clear that Huckabee was a man globalists could trust.

By the way, as you read Huckabee’s speech, you will find that he is
George W. Bush on steroids! This is a man who intends to meddle in the
affairs of nations around the world like you can’t believe. Talk about
entangling alliances: Huckabee intends for our State, Energy, Housing,
Education, Justice, Treasury, and Transportation departments to spend
untold billions of tax dollars on just about anything and everything,
including schools, medical facilities, roads, sewage treatment, water
filtration, electricity, and legal and banking systems in countries
all over the globe. And that is exactly the kind of man the Council on
Foreign Relations (CFR) wants in Washington.

Make no mistake about it: the CFR has dominated every administration,
Republican and Democrat, since World War II. They hold sway over most
every critical Presidential appointment. Look carefully and one will
discover that the Republican President George W. Bush has had as many
CFR members in his administration as Democrat President Bill Clinton
did in his. The last time I counted, President Bush had nearly 200
members of the CFR in his administration.

Remember that the total number of CFR members is less than 5,000.  Can
one imagine what people would think if, say, the old Christian
Coalition, which at one time numbered in the hundreds of thousands,
had nearly 200 members in any one administration? Talk about
conjectures of a conspiracy: the media would go ballistic. Yet, each
and every administration, regardless of party, continues to fill their
ranks with members of the CFR, and with those friendly with the CFR,
and no one seems to notice. Do you now understand why nothing changes
no matter which party wins the White House?

Now consider the current presidential candidates who are also members
of the CFR. These include Christopher Dodd, Bill Richardson, John
McCain, and Fred Thompson. Hillary is not a member of the CFR, but her
husband, Bill, is. Plus, she has a plethora of advisors who are CFR
members. And even though Mike Huckabee is not on this list (neither is
George W. Bush), it is obvious that he will carry water for them in
much the same way as the current President has done. Barack Obama has
spoken at least once for the CFR. John Edwards has appeared before the
CFR several times. Rudy Giuliani and Mitt Romney both wrote for the
CFR and have numerous advisors who are CFR members, as do Edwards and

This also explains why independent-minded candidates such as Ron Paul
are forever cast in terms such as “fringe,” or “extremist,” or
“nutty.” The same CFR elite that controls the Washington political
establishment also controls the New York media and financial
establishments. And they hate outsiders! Of course, outsiders are
those who do not share the globalist, utopian, New World Order
machinations of the CFR.

Until the American people–and especially people within the Christian
Right–begin to awaken to what is really going on, nothing will
change. Absolutely nothing. As one person said, “The height of
absurdity is to continue to vote for the same thing and expect a
different result.”

A vote for just about every major presidential candidate from either
party is a vote for more of the same thing. Of the Presidential
candidates in serious contention, Ron Paul, and Ron Paul alone, stands
for change. Ron Paul, alone, would truly obey his oath to the
Constitution and would work to restore freedom and liberty to the
American people. Ron Paul, alone, would kick the globalist elite out
of power in Washington, D.C., and restore this country to
constitutional governance.

But, once again, the Christian Right just doesn’t get it. So, they
will continue to support establishment, CFR-backed, globalist
candidates who will, in turn, continue to do the bidding of the
international elite.

One would think that Christians–more than anyone else–would
understand the devilish nature of globalism. One would think that
their study of the Sacred Text would lead them to resist any attempts
at building modern-day Towers of Babel. One would think that
Christians would love liberty enough to recognize its enemies. One
would think that they would recognize that Washington, D.C., is a far
greater threat to their freedom than either Baghdad or Tehran. But,
alas, the Christian Right just doesn’t get it.

That is the difference between the Christian Right today and the
Christians of 1776. They understood that “when a long train of abuses
and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object, evinces a DESIGN
[emphasis added] to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their
right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide
new Guards for their future Security.” (Declaration of Independence)

When the Christian Right finally awakens to the “Design” behind the
“long train of abuses and usurpations,” they will then be able to
“throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future
Security.” But, alas, these people I love and am pleased to call
friends, the good people of the Christian Right: they just don’t get

(c) Chuck Baldwin

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Do Christians And Muslims Worship The Same God?

Posted by soldierservant on November 10, 2007

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According to President George W. Bush, Christians and Muslims worship
the same god. In fact, President Bush believes that EVERYONE worships
the same god, whether they be Christians, Muslims, or people of any
other religion. Don’t take my word for it: Mr. Bush made these
statements himself. I reported President Bush’s remarks in this column
just recently.



For the sake of those who missed it, ABC’s Charles Gibson recently
interviewed President George W. Bush. Here is a verbatim transcript
from that interview:

Q.  “Do we all worship the same God, Christian and Muslim?”
A.  “I think we do. We have different routes of getting to the

Q.  “Do Christians and non-Christians and Muslims go to heaven in your
A.  “Yes they do. We have different routes of getting there.”

Then, just a few days ago, President Bush, in an interview with Al
Arabiya television, said, “I believe in an almighty God, and I believe
that all the world, whether they be Muslim, Christian, or any other
religion, prays to the same God.” In the same interview he said, “I
believe there is a universal God. I believe the God that the Muslim
prays to is the same God that I pray to. After all, we all came from
Abraham. I believe in that universality.”

Obviously, this is not the confession of a Christian. It is the
confession of a universalist.

Bush’s beliefs remind me of the book co-authored by Muhammad Ali,
Thomas Houser, and Richard Dominick entitled Healing: A Journal of
Tolerance and Understanding. In this book Muhammad Ali writes, “If
you’re a good Muslim, if you’re a good Christian, if you’re a good
Jew: it doesn’t matter what religion you are, if you’re a good person,
you’ll receive God’s blessing.” (p. 3)

“The great monotheistic religions of the world all worship the same
God. They just call him by different names.” (p. 9)

“All people serve the same God. We just serve Him in different ways.”
(p. 32)

By definition, both President Bush and Muhammad Ali believe the same
thing: they are both universalists.

Baker’s Dictionary of Theology, page 539, defines Universalism this
way: “Universalism is the doctrine of ultimate well-being of every
person. The doctrine has a pagan and a Christian form. According to
the former, all will ultimately be happy because all are, by nature,
the creatures and children of God. The universalistic heresy (it is
rejected by the general tradition of the church–Eastern, Roman and
Protestant) in Christianity teaches that although all of the human
creatures of God have fallen into sin and are lost, all will be saved
through the universal redemption of Christ.”

President Bush’s infatuation with universalism is tied to his
commitment to universal (or global) government. You see, Bush is part
of an elitist cabal that is attempting to carve out an international
New World Order. And in order for global (or even regional) government
to take shape, there must be an acceptance of global religion. In
other words, universalism is the religion of the New World Order, the
United Nations, and all those who desire global government.

To anyone who understands the true message of Christ, however, the
doctrine of universalism is anathema.

Every true believer in Christ understands Him to be the God-Man, the
Creator-God become flesh (John 1:1-3, 14). We understand that Jesus is
the only way to Heaven (John 14:6). We take Christ at His word, when
He told us, “I and my Father are one.” (John 10:30) We believe Him
when He said, “[H]e that hath seen me hath seen the Father.” (John
14:9) We understand that Jesus is the “fulness of the Godhead bodily.”
(Col. 2:9)

No real Christian could say that every religion worships the same God
or that everyone is going to Heaven, regardless of who or what they
worship. Only a universalist could make such a statement. I say it
again, President Bush is a universalist.

Furthermore, because President Bush has convinced everyone that he is
a Christian, his erroneous remarks portend much evil. Why? Because
many professing Christians will take the word of an apostate President
over the word of their own pastors or even the very Word of God. This
is not to mention the damage he has done to the testimony of Christ in
giving unbelievers a false sense of security in worshipping false gods
and believing false doctrines.

Accordingly, I invite readers to view a Sunday address that I just
recently delivered to the people of my church. The title of the
address is, “Do Christians and Muslims Worship The Same God?” There is
no charge to watch or download this video sermon. One may even
download the message as an MP3 file for use in one’s IPOD. In fact, I
pray that God will give the message wide distribution. It just might
be the most important message I have ever delivered. See the video
sermon here:

After listening to this message, a visitor told one of our ushers on
the way out, “I came here believing in universalism. But now I am a
Christian.” I am afraid that there are many tens of thousands of
people attending our churches all across America today who are not
Christians, but have followed President Bush into the false religion
of universalism.  Please watch the video sermon.

Plus, if anyone would like to have DVD copies made of this video
sermon, we might be able to make these available as well. If you are
interested in having a DVD of this sermon, please write

(c)Chuck Baldwin

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Christians Need To Beware Of Mike Huckabee

Posted by soldierservant on November 8, 2007

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With Christian conservatives trying to scramble to find a Republican
presidential candidate they can support, some of them seem to be
coalescing around former Arkansas governor, Mike Huckabee. Janet
Folger, especially, seems to be trumpeting his candidacy. But is Mike
Huckabee someone Christian conservatives should be supporting? Not
everyone thinks so.

Randy Minton, chairman of the Arkansas chapter of Phyllis Schlafly’s
national Eagle Forum, said, “We called him a pro-life, pro-gun
liberal, when I was in the state legislature and he was governor.”
Phyllis Schlafly herself was even more direct.

President and Founder of Eagle Forum, Phyllis Schlafly, said this
about Governor Huckabee: “He destroyed the conservative movement in
Arkansas, and left the Republican Party a shambles.” She went on to
say, “Yet some of the same evangelicals who sold us on George W. Bush
as a ‘compassionate conservative’ are now trying to sell us on Mike

Even one of Huckabee’s strongest supporters within the Religious
Right, Pastor Rick Scarborough, head of Vision America, admitted,
“Mike has always sought the validation of elites.” Of course, my
question for Rick Scarborough is, With an indictment such as that, how
can you continue to support Mike Huckabee?

According to an opinion piece written by John Fund in the Wall Street
Journal, “Paul Pressler, a former Texas judge who led the conservative
Southern Baptist revolt, told me, ‘I know of no conservative he
[Huckabee] appointed while he headed the Arkansas Baptist

Fund went on to say that “Mr. Huckabee’s reluctance to surround
himself with conservatives was evident as governor, when he kept many
agency heads appointed by Bill Clinton.”

Fund also said this about Huckabee: “‘He’s just like Bill Clinton in
that he practices management by news cycle,’ a former top Huckabee
aide told me. ‘As with Clinton there was no long-term planning, just
putting out fires on a daily basis. One thing I’ll guarantee is that
won’t lead to competent conservative governance.'”

Mike Huckabee is also terrible on immigration. According to Jim
Boulet, Jr., executive director of English First, “Rudy Giuliani spent
years defending the right of New York City to remain a sanctuary for
illegal aliens. Yet Giuliani was a veritable Lou Dobbs Jr. on illegal
immigration in comparison to Mike Huckabee.”

Regarding Huckabee’s stance on immigration, Mr. Minton said, “Until of
late, he has been an open-borders guy on immigration–amnesty, the
whole works. As governor, he wanted to give free college scholarships
to all illegals.”

Minton’s assertion is backed up by Daniel Larison at The American
Conservative. He said, “Like his fellow presidential candidate [who
recently dropped out of the race], Sen. Sam Brownback, Huckabee
regards it as his Christian duty to help subvert and liberalize U.S.
immigration laws. Together, they embrace the notion that fidelity to
the Gospel requires privileging the interests of non-citizens over
those of fellow citizens.”

Ann Coulter agrees: “On illegal immigration, Huckabee makes George
Bush sound like Rep. Tom Tancredo (R-CO). Huckabee has compared
illegal aliens to slaves brought here in chains from Africa, saying,
‘I think, frankly, the Lord is giving us a second chance to do better
than we did before.’

“Toward that end, when an Arkansas legislator introduced a bill that
would prevent illegal aliens from voting and receiving state benefits,
Huckabee denounced the bill, saying it would rile up ‘those who are
racist and bigots.’

“He also made the insane point that companies such as Toyota would not
invest in Arkansas if the state didn’t allow non-citizens to vote,
because it would ‘send the message that, essentially, “If you don’t
look like us, talk like us and speak like us, we don’t want you.”‘

“Like all the (other) Democratic candidates for President, he supports
a federal law to ban smoking–unless you’re an illegal alien smoking
at a Toyota plant.”

A former state lawmaker, Minton also said, that Huckabee was not a
“fiscally conservative Republican.” Rather, Huckabee was regarded as
just another liberal “tax and spender” in fiscal matters. This is in
direct opposition to Huckabee’s boast of “90 tax cuts during his
tenure.” And the facts seem to validate Minton, not Huckabee.

An Arkansas Department of Finance and Administration report showed a
“net tax increase of $505 million, a figure adjusted for inflation and
economic growth” on Huckabee’s watch.

That Huckabee is a liberal “tax and spender” is also affirmed by Tom
Roeser. According to Roeser, “[Huckabee] hiked state spending 65.3%,
from 1996 to 2004. He supported five tax increases, leading the ‘Club
for Growth’ to call him a liberal in disguise . . .”

Roeser also points out that “The Cato Institute, a libertarian think
tank with heavy ties to the national GOP, gives him an F grade for
spending and taxes in 2006 and an overall grade of D in his
governorship. During his tenure, the number of state employees
increased over 20% and Arkansas’ general obligation debt rose by
almost $1 billion.”

Furthermore, according to the Washington Times, “Until recently, he
[Huckabee] had refused to sign the famous no-tax pledge offered to
candidates by Grover Norquist, president of Americans for Tax Reform.”

In spite of Huckabee’s proven big-government, big-spending, and
pro-amnesty record, however, some Christian conservatives are falling
for his conservative rhetoric. It seems that all a Republican
candidate has to do is start talking “pro-life” and “pro-marriage” and
he or she will gain the support of certain Christian conservatives.

First it was Bob Jones, III endorsing the liberal former governor of
Massachusetts, Mitt Romney, and now it is Janet Folger endorsing the
liberal former governor of Arkansas, Mike Huckabee. Why any Christian
leader would want to support a man with such a dubious record truly
escapes me.

Christians need to beware of Mike Huckabee. He is not a conservative.
Even worse, he is not a constitutionalist. He is an opportunist,
however. This is demonstrated by the fact that many of his supporters
are openly posturing (with Huckabee’s consent, obviously) for an
opportunity to run Huckabee as a potential Vice Presidential candidate
with either Giuliani or Romney at the top of the ticket.

Let me ask the reader something. How could a principled pro-life,
pro-Second Amendment, pro-Constitution conservative be willing to run
on a ticket with a liberal presidential candidate such as Rudy
Giuliani or Mitt Romney? That’s right, he couldn’t.

I say again, beware of Mike Huckabee!
(c) Chuck Baldwin 

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