Sunday, September 7, 2008

Does Sarah Palin, like Bush, hear voices in her head? Is she the 2nd coming of the biblical character, Esther?

Does Sarah Palin hear voices in her head, like another well documented nut case, GW Bush, who followed the voices in his head who to "smite Saddam," and by god, we smote him alright and really smoted the hell out of Iraq.

If Sarah does hear those voices, then the part of the story below that says her pastor told her to be like the biblical character Esther, should be enough to scare the hell out of most sane people.

Esther was a beauty queen--like Palin--that tricked the king of Persia--present day Iran--into letting the Jews go on a killing spree, butchering 75,000 souls that the Jews didn't like 2,300 years ago.

A hat trick pulled off by Esther thru trickery. Uh-oh.

How much trickery do you think it would take to fool an old orge and sexual predator like Johnny Boy?

A blood soaked butchery of non-Jews that they now celebrate as their "Most Holy Day of Purim."

Most "Holy Day?" WTF? That alone should put sane and civilized people in a panic, cause these days, the descendants of Esther are using nuclear tipped swords.

Considering the population of the world then to the one now, the 75,000 slaughtered by the Jews in 356 BE would probably be in the range of 75,000,000 million now, about the present day population of modern day Persia.

And what about that commandment that says "Thou shalt not kill?" Or is that one optional?

In civilized nations, people that hear voices usually get committed, for safety's sake or wander the streets, homeless, to talk to themselves and act out their delusions.

Not here in America.

Here, they get nominated for office and thru deceit and trickery, get voted into the most powerful position in the world as POTUS.

Will the next version of Esther get hold of the US nuclear arsenal and again, go on a "Holy Day of Purim" slaughter fest in the ME?

"Beware of false prophets, which come to you in sheep's clothing, but inwardly they are ravening wolves. Ye shall know them by their fruits."

In Palin’s Life and Politics, Goal to Follow God’s Will

WASILLA, Alaska — Shortly after taking office as governor in 2006, Sarah Palin sent an e-mail message to Paul E. Riley, her former pastor in the Assembly of God Church, which her family began attending when she was a youth. She needed spiritual advice in how to do her new job, said Mr. Riley, who is 78 and retired from the church.

“She asked for a biblical example of people who were great leaders and what was the secret of their leadership,” Mr. Riley said.

He wrote back that she should read again from the Old Testament the story of Esther, a beauty queen who became a real one, gaining the king’s ear to avert the slaughter of the Jews and vanquish their enemies. When Esther is called to serve, God grants her a strength she never knew she had.

Mr. Riley said he thought Ms. Palin had lived out the advice as governor, and would now do so again as the Republican Party’s vice-presidential nominee.

“God has given her the opportunity to serve,” he said. “And God has given her the strength to carry out her goals.”

Ms. Palin’s religious life — what she believes and how her beliefs intersect or not with her life in public office in Alaska — has become a topic of intense interest and scrutiny across the political spectrum as she has risen from relative obscurity to become Senator John McCain’s running mate.

Interviews with the two pastors she has been most closely associated with here in her hometown — she now attends the Wasilla Bible Church, though she keeps in touch with Mr. Riley and recently spoke at an event at his former church — and with friends and acquaintances who have worshipped with her point to a firm conclusion: her foundation and source of guidance is the Bible, and with it has come a conviction to be God’s servant.

“Just be amazed at the umbrella of this church here, where God is going to send you from this church,” Ms. Palin told the gathering in June of young graduates of a ministry program at the Assembly of God Church, a video of which has been posted on YouTube.

“Believe me,” she said, “I know what I am saying — where God has sent me, from underneath the umbrella of this church, throughout the state.”

Janet Kincaid, who has known Ms. Palin for about 15 years and worked with her on some Wasilla town boards and commissions when Ms. Palin was mayor here, said Ms. Palin’s spiritual path, from the Assembly of God to Wasilla Bible, has had a consistent theme.

“The churches that Sarah has attended all believe in a literal translation of the Bible,” Ms. Kincaid said. “Her principal ethical and moral beliefs stem from this.”

Prayer, and belief in its power, is another constant theme, Ms. Kincaid said, in what she has witnessed in Ms. Palin. “Her beliefs are firm in the power of prayer — let’s put it that way,” she said.

Maria Comella, a spokeswoman for the McCain-Palin campaign, said Ms. Palin had been baptized Roman Catholic as an infant, but declined to comment further.

“We’re not going to get into discussing her religion,” she said.

In the address at the Assembly of God Church here, Ms. Palin’s ease in talking about the intersection of faith and public life was clear. Among other things, she encouraged the group of young church leaders to pray that “God’s will” be done in bringing about the construction of a big pipeline in the state, and suggested her work as governor would be hampered “if the people of Alaska’s heart isn’t right with God.”

She also told the group that her eldest child, Track, would soon be deployed by the Army to Iraq, and that they should pray “that our national leaders are sending them out on a task that is from God, that’s what we have to make sure we are praying for, that there is a plan, and that plan is God’s plan.”


The Shaman said...

I'm really glad you posted this. I am a former fundamentalist Christian. I am no longer a Christian in any sense of the world other than I think Jesus was on the ball, but not necessarily superior to Buddha, Lao Tzu or Krishna.

As a child I was brought up on the blood and gore of decapitations brought about by the 'Lord' in Sabbath School as a Seventh day Adventist.

In the end, institutionalized religion is nothing more than brainwashing.

Thanks for posting this.


Greg Bacon said...

I like the teachings of Christ, who was an upstart preaching that his countrymen should overthrow and kick out the Roman invaders.

When he got to be too big a bur in the Roman's side, he was executed.

Until the 325 Council of Nicaea, when JC was resurrected and given god status by a bunch of church elders.

At that same council, they decided to keep certain gospels, and threw a number of others away, destroyed forever.

One has to wonder what the other gospels said.

Anytime men in power start monkeying around with history, it can't be good for the little people.

If one does truly believe in a god, then why do you need to give money to a 3rd party, before you can talk to that god?

Where is that written?

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