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Tuesday, August 23, 2005

Pat Robertson is a Terrorist

Assassination Now Being Taught as Christian Doctrine; Muslim Fundamentalists not Alone (just not as well armed)


Pat Roberston has illustrated the consequences of the "with us or against" us policy of the current religious fanatic administration by suggesting that the U.S violate policy and assassinate Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez on the 700 Club, his TV show on the Christian Broadcasting Network. “If he thinks we're trying to assassinate him, I think that we really ought to go ahead and do it,” taught Robertson, not bothering to back any of it up with scripture.



Yeah I said Christian Broadcasting Network. For those of you who don't know, Christianity is a religion founded on the teachings of Jesus Christ, a man who taught peace and forgiveness. Does anyone else notice the hypocrisy yet?



So in a nod to the Islamic teachers who teach "Kill the Infidels," Robertson is advocating killing those who disagree with him. How nice.



See, Chavez was elected by the people of Venezuela and stands to be elected once again. Oddly enough, this doesn't seem to qualify as democracy (since, you know, they have oil and are leveraging it against us).



An unpopular coup was organized against Chavez in April 2002, the elected leader, and by most speculation it was organized by the CIA. One wonders how long until the WMD argument is used against Chavez to have our boys "spread freedom" in yet another potential invasion. I believe that is how we historically leverage the sheep in public opinion into invading an oil rich, sovereign nation.



"(Assassination is) a whole lot cheaper than starting a war. And I don't think any oil shipments will stop." Robertson followed, certainly slipping on the true intent of his comments. The White House immediately called a press conference to denounce Robertson's Faux Pas in the lightest possible terms.



"He's a private citizen. Private citizens say all kinds of things all the time." said Donald "I can't be prosecuted for War Crimes" Rumsfeld.



Odd, if Robertson is just a private citizen, why does the U.S. Government call a press conference about it? I say nutty things all the time but Rumsfeld has never taken an official position on anything I have ever said. Robertson must have let some kind of cat out of a bag.



"Without question this is a dangerous enemy to our south, controlling a huge pool of oil that could hurt us very badly," Mr. Robertson said to remove all doubt on his perspective on Christianity and US foreign policy. Can anyone point me to the exact bible verse that says that it is OK to kill or invade as long as it is for oil?

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

faux pas

Mulch said...

um, thank you. i corrected the spelling becuase we all know how important correct spelling is to making a case

Bearing False Witness (Lying)

clyde said...

Oh yay, another article denouncing Pat Robertson..heh. Leech on my blog wrote one too, noting this "abuse of free speech". Good article...

 

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