Originally posted by kinda kurious
reply to post by Lemon.Fresh
One need look no further than this clip to see Beck's not so veiled inferences that Obama is the Anti Christ. By the way NO mention of Pastor Hagee
exchange. Just Beck at the magic chalkboard and interviewing what he deems as a credible author / expert of the World Net Daily article suggesting
Obama is AC.
Nice try fellas but to deny that Beck never inferred Obama was Anti-Christ is utterly preposterous. I know it's tough to imagine prime time
without him, but you'll get over it.
Glenn Beck fell out of the crazy tree and hit every single branch on the way down.
edit on 7-4-2011 by kinda kurious because: fixed link.....sorry
edit on 7-4-2011 by kinda kurious because: (no reason
Like Rachel Maddow & the MSNBC aren't totally in the tank for Obama. What she reported & how she reported it was a distortion: Beck never said Obama
was the Antichrist and neither did Joel Richardson.
Joel Richardson wrote the article, "What Obama and the Antichrist have in common," and opens the article with the statement that he does not
necessarily believe that Obama is the Antichrist.
Beck invited Joel Richardson to be interviewed for another of JR's writing, "The Islamic Antichrist." Iran's Akmadenijad is a "Twelver" who
believes we are living in the "End Times" and is waiting for the "12th Iman" to show up. This view affects his foreign policy.
Richardson might have some insight into what is motivating Akmadenijad.
The Muslim Brotherhood is real. The link between "Islamic Extremists" and the Far Left is well known. Even CNN has mentioned this link or alliance
(a few years ago) when it covered a story about Cindy Sheehan demonstrating along side Muslim Extremists in Egypt.
The Muslim Brotherhood is serious about forcibly converting the world to Islam -- they are simply following the teachings of Muhammad. The unions are
an outcropping of the Left, and this issue in Wisconsin is being distorted by the Far Left for their own purposes. (Even Federal workers are not
allowed to unionize -- it's too dangerous for a government.) The Republicans are not against all forms of collective bargaining -- but this is how
the story is distorted by the Liberal Left-wing media.
Both the Far Left (which infiltrated & co-opted the Democratic Party) and the Islamic Extremists are for totalitarian rule. Both are focused on
creating as much chaos as possible to bring down First World countries.
I'm not a Christian, but I am aware that a large percentage of the US population is Christian -- of the Fundamentalist variety. I am also aware that
a good chunk of the Christian population is willing to consider that Obama might be the Antichrist. (Since I do not belong to any organized religion,
I'm not waiting for either the Antichrist or the 12th Iman or the "End Times.") But this kind of thinking influences many people in the world, and
it's good to be aware of it.
I may not agree with everything that Beck says, but I am glad he was allowed a TV forum to share his ideas. The American people needed to be shaken
out of their slumber. Beck's politically incorrect ideas got people to think beyond the Mainstream Media's Liberal Left-wing Progressive propaganda
-- that has indoctrinated most Americans -- since "Progressive" Left-wing thinking dominates academia.