Tuesday, February 26, 2008

II Thessalonians 2:8-12 Comparison

February 26, 2008

Barack Hussein Obama’s acceptance of the messiah role concerns me. I often remember how the people of Germany embraced, admired, and yes loved, another man who spoke like a messiah and called for change in his day to his world. His name was Adolph Hitler. He spoke, the people listened. He promised to restore Germany to its rightful place in the world, the people cheered. He blamed a particular people for the economic woes the citizens suffered, and the people agreed. He demanded action, and the people carried out his bidding. Soon thereafter, ashes fell from oven chimneys.

Barack Hussein Obama’s personal pastor, Jeremiah Wright, is a close personal friend to Louis Farrakhan, the outspoken leader of the Nation of Islam movement here in the USA. Barack Hussein Obama has never stated his position regarding our future relationship with the nation of Israel; he has never denounced Islam’s hatred for the Jewish nation or the Jewish people. And, as far as I know, he has never embraced historical Biblical Christianity, which would prevent him from supporting the American version of the holocaust, “On-Demand Abortions,” which he votes for and supports whole heartily.

I am making a prediction, should Barack Hussein Obama become our next President, America will have the leader she deserves. He will break relations with Israel, he will assault our personal freedoms guaranteed by the Unites States Constitution. I suspect he will start with the second amendment’s right to bear arms. He will attack freedom of speech and find away to shut down conservative talk radio, and blog sites like this. Changing America, he will break faith with the system of limited government our founding fathers created. He will change the USA to a pure democracy, something the founding fathers of this nation specifically rejected, and I suspect he will abolish the twenty-second amendment limiting Presidential terms. In other words, he will become the first American dictator. He likes being the messiah – so does the Anti-Christ!

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