Harold Camping: Wins Lotto and the World Ends

May 21, 2011

What if Pastor Harold Camping wins the lotto tonight and the world ends tomorrow May 21, 2011? A real bummer.

That problem aside, why is the world media suddenly alive with the Christian sounds of failed date forecaster Harold Camping?

I think there are two good reasons (and Camping’s May 21 Judgement Day call is not one of them):

  1. Worldwide coverage is the “reward” of Camping belonging to the cult of Christian Zionism. Christian Zionists believe the current apartheid political State of Israel is ordained of God. “Camping’s prophecy comes from numerological calculations based on his reading of the Bible, and he says global events like the 1948 founding of Israel confirm his math.”
  2. Camping’s moment of fame is similar to that of religious nutball “Burn a Koran Day” Rev. Terry Jones of Florida. We know that the mainstream media is owned by Zionists, so wouldn’t wide Zionist coverage of a “useful idiot” Christian help to discredit Christianity in general?

Harold Camping’s “rapture” is part of “the rapture is a racket” scheme and is best described by Dr. Barbara Rossing, professor at the Lutheran School of Theology in Chicago. “In place of healing, the Rapture proclaims escape. In place of Jesus’s blessing of peacemaking, the Rapture voyeuristically glorifies violence and war…”

So what if Pastor Harold Camping doesn’t win the lotto and doesn’t disappear in the rapture? “Then God is a liar,” says Tom Evans, spokesperson for May 21 Judgment Day.

Stay tuned, because I don’t think the good pastor will be “Camping In Canaan’s Land” tomorrow.

Update May 25, 2011:

Harold may be one heck of a preacher, but he should consider remedial math.

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Favorite Christian fakes and suspects

January 11, 2011

Here are my favorite “Christian” fakes and suspects. Remember these names the next time you enter a church.


Mr. Jones and Rev. Jones: two frauds in a pod

September 11, 2010

JONES TO PIKE: “DON’T CRITICIZE JEWS”

By Rev. Ted Pike

September 9, 2010

http://www.truthtellers.org/alerts/jonestopike.html

Last year, prior to passage of the federal hate crimes bill, Alex Jones, after years of ignoring my requests to allow me to warn his huge audience of the hate bill threat, finally put me on his June 8th program.

As I was waiting to begin the broadcast, Jones told me off the air that he had heard me the previous morning on Joyce Riley’s program criticizing Jewish supremacists as authors of the hate bill. He said what he was about to tell me was “off the record.” He said his broadcasting empire has “gotten so big” with many mainline affiliates that he cannot afford to lose those stations by criticizing Jews. “But I’ve got to mention ADL behind the hate bill!” I objected. “ADL is okay,” he said. “Talk about ADL all you want, but we can’t talk about Jews specifically.” He then told me that, with this understanding, there would be many opportunities for me to be on his program, especially as new legislative threats emerged. Having said that, we were on the air. I did go after ADL and, fortunately, did not encounter any time in which I would have been morally bound to become more specific.

Yet I felt violated. I had experienced raw censorship in action, by a national talk show host who touts himself (and is believed by millions) as delivering only the truth — whatever the cost or controversy.

Jones put me on again Oct 14th for fifteen minutes. Yet, he was not true to his promise of future interviews, even as I repeatedly left him messages warning of more ADL legislation, such as ENDA and the cyber-bullying bill. Evidently, Jones was as uneasy about having me on as I was about operating under his gag order.

Now, with ENDA and the cyber-bullying bills most likely defeated, I am relieved I did not compromise myself in order to access Jones’ vast audience. It is now so critically important that the populist right know which leaders can and cannot be trusted. The fate of our republic hangs in the balance.

What I learned, beyond any doubt, was that Alex Jones cannot be depended upon to provide the populist right with all the facts necessary to understand geopolitical reality. If he will censor the truth concerning a threat as dominant and well-documented as Jewish supremacism, what else will he manipulate?

Jones is widely regarded as the most effective spokesman for the far right, the “king of alternative talk radio.”

It is time that lovers of freedom look for another.


Who is Rev. Terry Jones and his “Burn a Koran Day”?

August 12, 2010

Just who is this Rev. ‘Dr.’ Terry Jones of Dove World Outreach Center (website pulled down) who received world-wide notoriety around September 11? The famous Christian refugee from Israel, Rov Tov, calls the pastor Terry ‘CIA’ Jones. Tov says Terry Jones is a “false flag” action, cut from CIA material. Listen to Jones here (podcast) and reach your own conclusion.

Anyway, which bible would MysteryWorshiper burn? Frankly, I don’t believe in the ancient practice (since 213 BC) of book-burning or its modern equivalent, government censorship (book-banning). Yes, burn your own books that are your personal and private property if you want to (like they did in the Bible, see Acts 19:19); that is your decision. But do not ask government to make laws that force me to “burn” (undesirable) books the government doesn’t want me to read.

Pastor Terry Jones wants to burn the Qur’an. I’m not a Muslim but I wanted to know how the Holy Qur’an views Jesus, the Christian Messiah. I also checked the Talmud. Here’s what I found:

In the Holy Qur’an:

Those apostles We endowed with gifts, some above others: To one of them Allah spoke; others He raised to degrees (of honour); to Jesus the son of Mary We gave clear (Signs), and strengthened him with the holy spirit.

In the Talmud:

Balaam [Jesus] also the son of Beor, the soothsayer, [did the children of Israel slay with the sword]. A soothsayer? But he was a prophet! — R. Johanan said: At first he was a prophet, but subsequently a soothsayer. R. Papa observed: This is what men say, ‘She [Mary] who was the descendant of princes and governors, played the harlot with carpenters.’

It appears the Holy Qur’an is quite respectful of Jesus and Mary, while the Talmud is not. It seems to me that if pastor Jones wants to burn holy books, he ought to give equal consideration to the Talmud. In fact, he did say he was going to burn the Talmud too, but later changed his mind.

The main question is this: who really benefits from the planned Qur’an burning? Do Christians benefit? Will Muslims want to learn more about the Christian prophet? I don’t think so.

Rev. Jones is a Christian Zionist, and possibly a CIA agent (he was a “missionary” in Germany in the 1980s) and was fined for his faked “Doctor of Theology.” As a Christian Zionist, it’s easy for him to  enable bloody wars and “preemptive strikes,” thereby inflicting pain and suffering. And like his fellow Christian Zionists, he might recommend assassination of government leaders; he might teach a theology that promotes genocide. All very easy to do if you belong to the Christian Zionist cult.

What the pastor’s action really does is create a bad image of Muslims while silently approving the actions of the  racist apartheid State of Israel, a country that persecutes Christians.


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