Wanna Be VP??? Call the WITCH HUNTER, Kenya's # 1

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    and they talked about Jeremiah WRIGHT?


    I am laughing myself sick over this one:


    Sarah Palin Linked Her Electoral Success to Prayer of Kenyan Witch Hunter

    By Hannah Strange, The Times of London UK
    Posted on September 18, 2008, Printed on September 19, 2008

    http://www.alternet.org/story/99118/
    The pastor whose prayer Sarah Palin says helped her to become governor of Alaska founded his ministry with a witch hunt against a Kenyan woman whom he accused of causing car accidents through demonic spells.

    At a speech at the Wasilla Assembly of God on June 8 this year, Palin described how Thomas Muthee had laid his hands on her when he visited the church as a guest preacher in late 2005, prior to her successful gubernatorial bid.

    In [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8twqZpUT2NQ"]video footage of the speech[/ame], she is seen saying: "As I was mayor and Pastor Muthee was here and he was praying over me, and you know how he speaks and he's so bold. And he was praying "Lord make a way, Lord make a way."

    "And I'm thinking, this guy's really bold, he doesn't even know what I'm going to do, he doesn't know what my plans are. And he's praying not "Oh Lord, if it be your will may she become governor," no, he just prayed for it. He said, "Lord make a way and let her do this next step. And that's exactly what happened."

    She then adds: "So, again, very, very powerful, coming from this church," before the presiding pastor comments on the "prophetic power" of the event.

    An African evangelist, Muthee has given guest sermons at the Wasilla Assembly of God on at least 10 occasions in his role as the founder of the Word of Faith Church, also known as the Prayer Cave.

    Muthee founded the Prayer Cave in 1989 in Kiambu, Kenya, after "God spoke" to him and his late wife, Margaret, and called him to the country, according to the church's Web site.

    The pastor speaks of his offensive against a demonic presence in the town in [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dBvxWl7jXr0&feature=related"]a trailer for the evangelical video "Transformations,"[/ame] made by Sentinel Group, a Christian research and information agency.

    "We prayed, we fasted, the Lord showed us a spirit of witchcraft resting over the place," Muthee says.

    After the spirit was broken, the crime rate dropped to almost zero and there was "explosive church growth" while almost every bar in the town closed down, the video says.

    The full "Transformations" video featuring Muthee's story has recently been removed from YouTube, but the rest of the story is detailed in a 1999 article in the Christian Science Monitor, as well as on numerous evangelical Web sites.

    According to the Christian Science Monitor, six months of fervent prayer and research identified the source of the witchcraft as a local woman called Mama Jane, who ran a "divination" center called the Emmanuel Clinic.

    Her alleged involvement in fortune-telling and the fact that she lived near the site of a number of fatal car accidents led Muthee to publicly declare her a witch responsible for the town's ills and order her to offer her up her soul for salvation or leave Kiambu.

    Says the Monitor, "Muthee held a crusade that 'brought about 200 people to Christ.'" They set up around-the-clock prayer intercession in the basement of a grocery store and eventually, says the pastor, "the demonic influence -- the 'principality' over Kiambu -- was broken," and Mama Jane fled the town.

    According to accounts of the witch hunt that circulated on evangelical Web sites such as Prayer Links Ministries, after Muthee declared Mama Jane a witch, the townspeople became suspicious and began to turn on her, demanding that she be stoned. Public outrage eventually led the police to raid her home, where they fired gunshots, killing a pet python they believed to be a demon.

    After Mama Jane was questioned by police -- and released -- she decided it was time to leave town, the account says.

    Muthee has frequently referred to this witch hunt in his sermons as an example of the power of "spiritual warfare." In October 2005, he delivered 10 sermons at the Wasilla Assembly of God, the audio of which was available on the church's Web site until it was removed around the time Palin's candidacy was announced. The blog Irregular Times has listings and screen grabs of the sermons.

    It was during these sermons that Palin, who was then preparing for her gubernatorial run, was anointed by Muthee. His intercession, she says, was "awesome."

    Her June 8 speech was to mark the graduation of students from the Wasilla Assembly of God's Masters' Commission, which, as [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8twqZpUT2NQ"]Pastor Ed Kalins explains[/ame], believes Alaska will be the refuge for American evangelicals upon the coming "End of Days." After her speech, Palin was presented with an honorary Masters' Commission diploma.


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    McCain can barely speak, and this absolute NUTJOB female is gonna help run the country?????? Honestly, we'd have been better off with oh, Oh, I dunno, Bill and Karolyn Slowsky, maybe.
     
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    Is Witch hunting bck in style?
     
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    ya---seen any with a big rack ?
     
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    If you're going to be a Christian, you have to believe in demonic forces. This is not surprising.
     
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    Interesting that the conservative fanatics would start pointing to witchcraft.

    But, this brings up an interesting question.......would you "Christians" offer to "save" Yeshua (Jesus), or tell Him to leave town because there was a lot of spiritual energy around Him also? There isn't that much difference between witchcraft and miracles people. One (miracles) is accomplished by receiving energy for yourself so that you can pass it on to others (Jewish theology). The other (witchcraft) is receiving energy for yourself and yourself alone, in other words....being selfish.

    Another interesting thing about witches is that they have familiars, which is some kind of animal that they talk to and have assist them. Now.....if only witches can talk to animals, then does that mean that animal whisperers are witches also? How about one person revered by the Catholic church who also spoke to animals? His name was St. Francis of Assisi.

    Nope......this sounds like some more wackjob crap being spewed out by that dumb bitch Palin.

    Brings up another question though....if McInsane and Puppet Palin get into the White House, does this mean a return to the days of Reagan with psychics and astrologers in the White House, guiding our leaders with their spiritual wisdom?

    I hope not.
     
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    The biggest question, if you stayed with a Pastor who was a hate monger, is it because you are tolerate of his views or because you agree with him?

    Here are some Pastor Wright comments:

    Remember when Pastor Jeremiah Wright called Jesus a poor black man. Why is he a poor black man, he could have been a poor white man, a poor Asian, a poor Indian man, a poor Jew man (he was), a rich white man, a rich Asian, a rich Indian man, a rich Jew man. I believe Jeremiah Wright choose the wrong religion to preach on.
     
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    You know....it's pretty easy to figure out what ethnicity Yeshua (Jesus) was.

    First, he came from the line of Abraham, which means He's Jewish. God used that because of the blessing that He'd bestowed upon Abraham for what he did.

    Now.....knowing that Jesus was Jewish, and his people are in Israel, all you've really got to do is look at what the people of Israel predominantly look like (namely the Jews), and you can figure it out from there.

    My guess? Probably white, maybe tan, curly hair and a beard that was trimmed, not shaved.
     
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    So, her pastor was hunting witches.

    This kinda puts into context, her interest in asking how to go about banning books from the public library.
     
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    Yeah, he was a jew. According to a certain Pastor, he was a poor black man. The only thing we can do is condemn him for depriving the blacks from the truth.
     
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    no, but fortunately for you, stupidity is timeless.
     

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