Title: WHEN PAT ROBERTSON CALLED FOR THE ASSASSINATION OF VENEZUELA'S PRESIDENT, WAS HE SPEAKING FOR GENUINE CHRISTIANITY OR FOR HIS DOMINION THEOLOGIST FRIEND, PRESIDENT BUSH?
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Televangelist Pat Robertson used the "700 Club" to badly damage Christianity. Once again, he called for the United States government to assassinate a foreign leader, this time, Venezuelan President Chavez! Not only is assassination not New Testament Christianity, but Robertson has delivered a grave propaganda blow to genuine Christianity the world over.
Let us first examine the news story:
NEWS BRIEF: "Televangelist Calls for Chavez' Death", The Guardian (London), August 23, 2005
"VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (AP) - Religious broadcaster Pat Robertson called on Monday for the assassination of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, calling him a ``terrific danger'' to the United States. Robertson, founder of the Christian Coalition of America and a former presidential candidate, said on 'The 700 Club' it was the United States' duty to stop Chavez from making Venezuela a 'launching pad for communist infiltration and Muslim extremism'.''
For the past two years, Venezuela's President Chavez has felt tremendously endangered by President Bush's "Regime Change" foreign policy. After watching Bush order an invasion of Iraq based upon bold, often-told lies (NEWS1890 and NEWS1890b), Chavez' own military intelligence service must have warned him that he was on the President's "next list". Since then, Chavez has been vocally warning the United States that her forces had better not invade Venezuela (Read NEWS1900).
Listen to this excerpt from NEWS1900:
NEWS BRIEF: "Chavez Warns U.S. Against Invading", Fox News, March 07, 2004
CARACAS, Venezuela — President Hugo Chavez on Sunday vowed to freeze oil exports to the United States and wage a '100-year war' if Washington ever tried to invade Venezuela ... Chavez accused the United States of ousting former Haitian President Jean-Bertrand Aristide and warned Washington not to 'even think about trying something similar in Venezuela'. Venezuela 'has enough allies on this continent to start a 100-year war', Chavez said during his weekly television show."
Lately, Chavez warned that, if President Bush continued his efforts to topple him, the American consumer would be paying $10 per gallon for gasoline!
NEWS BRIEF: "Chavez Warns Bush to Back Off, or Face 10$ Per Gallon Gasoline", LaHora Newspaper, August 20, 2005
"Hugo Chavez, the president of the Republic, has assured people that the American market is not essential to Venezuela, and he declared that if the aggression against his government continued to increase, diplomatic ties between the two countries would be at risk. He said that President Bush cannot seem to take an accurate measure of the situation, and that either he has bad advisers or there is something wrong with his head. The chief executive said that if he stopped sending petroleum to United States, the Americans must know that the price of a gallon of gasoline would rise to $10."
This risk certainly seems credible, for Americans have watched the price of gasoline quadruple in the past several years, most dramatically in the past six months. It seems that, every time President Bush and/or one of his officials threaten to attack either Iran or Venezuela, crude oil prices shoot skyward again. This "Rumors of War" scenario is convincing crude oil future traders that, sooner or later, the United States will attack either of these countries, an action which will ram prices through the roof.
The real danger is that Iran and Venezuela might cooperate to organize an oil embargo against the United States. In fact, the leadership of these two countries have already thought of such a cooperation. Notice the strong language in this article.
NEWS BRIEF: "Iran, Venezuela discuss oil embargo", Vermont Guardian, August 19, 2005
"TEHRAN — "Oil is the lifeline of the West, and most of the West's military industries are dependent on it,” the Tehran Times suggested in an editorial last week. Irritated by a recent resolution by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) that called for a halt to Iran’s uranium conversion program, the newspaper suggested that oil-rich states form a united front and use oil as a tool to confront 'western neocolonialist countries'."
"In Venezuela, Pres. Hugo Chavez has taken the idea a step further, threatening to halt oil exports if alleged attacks on his country continue, according to Agence France Press. Appearing last week as a witness at a symbolic 'anti-imperialist court' in Caracas, Chavez said, 'Washington’s molestation may cause more serious problems; our two oil tankers going to the U.S. everyday may go to another country'. He added that the 'Northern America market is not compulsory for us'. Venezuela exports 1.5 million barrels of oil to the United States daily. According to the Islamic Republic News Agency, the Iranian newspaper’s editorial described oil as “the most potent economic weapon for settling scores,” and suggested an embargo on oil sales to the United States and European countries that are pressuring Iran to end its nuclear program."
Certainly, those Americans who suffered through the 1973 Oil Embargo era can relate to the "settling scores" issue. The American economy suffered greatly during this period, but nothing compared to the suffering our vulnerable economy would experience if Iran, Venezuela and other oil producing countries cooperated in refusing to sell oil to us.
Therefore, you can see the possible impact this statement by Pat Robertson might have on this country. Let us now return to The Guardian article for more information concerning Robertson's remarks.
"You know, I don't know about this doctrine of assassination, but if he thinks we're trying to assassinate him, I think that we really ought to go ahead and do it', Robertson said. 'It's a whole lot cheaper than starting a war ... and I don't think any oil shipments will stop'.'' (The Guardian, op. cit)
Pat Robertson doesn't "think" any oil shipments will stop if we assassinate President Chavez, but Mr. Robertson does not wield the foreign policy power which President Bush does, nor does he have expert advice at his disposal which could present him with various scenarios which might unfold following an assassination attempt.
Further, since the early days of the "War on Terror", when President Bush called his invasion of Afghanistan in pursuit of Osama bin Laden a "crusade", the non-christian world has considered Bush's foreign policy forays as an extension of his christian beliefs. More specifically, Mass Media reports during the past three years have repeatedly noted that President Bush has surrounded himself with religious advisers who believe in Dominion Theology. We shall return to this most important concept shortly, because the Charismatic Pat Robertson is a major proponent of Dominion Theology.
Robertson then expounded a little on his call for this assassination.
" 'We have the ability to take him out, and I think the time has come that we exercise that ability', Robertson said. 'We don't need another $200 billion war to get rid of one, you know, strong-arm dictator', he continued. 'It's a whole lot easier to have some of the covert operatives do the job and then get it over with'.'' (Ibid.)
We should not have been surprised at these remarks, for Robertson has advocated assassination of foreign leaders before.
NEWS BRIEF: "Chavez Remark Not the First Time Robertson Has Spoken of 'taking Out' Leaders", AP Breaking News, August 25, 2005
"The Rev. Pat Robertson's suggestion that the United States assassinate Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez was the latest in a long line of incendiary remarks by the religious broadcaster, including at least one other call to 'take out' oppressive world leaders. Six years ago, Robertson said the U.S. could send agents to kill Osama bin Laden, North Korean dictator Kim Jong Il and Saddam Hussein.
"Isn't it better to do something like that ... to take out Saddam Hussein, rather than to spend billions of dollars on a war that harms innocent civilians and destroys the infrastructure of a country?"
This remark six years ago almost exactly parallels what he just said about Chavez! I guess Robertson decided that, since he did not get much pressure from his earlier remarks about killing Saddam and Osama, he would not get any flack this time. However, once the flack started coming, Robertson fell back upon an old trick: he claimed he was "quoted out of context".
NEWS BRIEF: "Pat Robertson Says He Was Misinterpreted", My Way News, August 24, 2005
"VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (AP) - Religious broadcaster Pat Robertson insisted Wednesday that he did not call for the assassination of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, despite comments broadcast on his program two days earlier. 'I didn't say 'assassination,'" Robertson said Wednesday on his Christian Broadcast Network show 'The 700 Club' about remarks reported by The Associated Press and other media outlets. 'I said our special forces should 'take him out. Take him out' could be a number of things including kidnapping. There are a number of ways of taking out a dictator from power besides killing him. I was misinterpreted by the AP, but that happens all the time'."
A quick check with the article quoted below shows that Robertson used this same lie about a comment he made not too long after the attacks of 9/11.
NEWS BRIEF: "A Look at Past Controversial Comments by Pat Robertson", AP Breaking News, August 25, 2005
"A look at some past controversial comments by evangelist Pat Robertson:
"I think (federal judges) are destroying the fabric that holds our nation together. ... The gradual erosion of the consensus that's held our country together is probably more serious than, than a few bearded terrorists who fly into buildings." - Robertson earlier this year on activist judges. He later said his comments were taken out of context."
"Taken out of context" -- "I was misinterpreted by the AP" -- seems to be Pat Robertson's standard answer. They also are lies, as this "My Way" article clearly proves once the video of the program was reviewed. Let us go back to that article:
"But a video of Monday's telecast shows that Robertson's exact words were: 'You know, I don't know about this doctrine of assassination, but if he thinks we're trying to assassinate him, I think that we really ought to go ahead and do it. It's a whole lot cheaper than starting a war, and I don't think any oil shipments will stop'.He continued: 'We have the ability to take him out, and I think the time has come that we exercise that ability. We don't need another $200 billion war to get rid of one, you know, strong-arm dictator. It's a whole lot easier to have some of the covert operatives do the job and then get it over with'. When the AP called Robertson on Tuesday for elaboration, spokeswoman Angell Watts said Robertson would not do interviews and had no statement about his remarks. On Wednesday, Watts did not respond to two telephone messages, three pages and a fax seeking further comment." (My Way, op. cit.)
It is no wonder that Robertson withdrew into his shell, for now he has just been caught lying about what he said.
The White House quickly dismissed Robertson's remarks as "inappropriate".
However, the damage had already been done. This damage falls into two distinct categories:
1) Pat Robertson is seen by the world at large -- and especially within the non-christian community -- as a fundamental, Bible-believing Christian. Therefore, his incendiary remarks will be blamed upon Christians and the precious genuine faith. I received an email from a very angry person this morning which clearly lumps this ministry into the same category as Robertson's brand of christianity. Listen to this diatribe:
"how dare you!.yousay that you are christian,but i dont see it!i have been afflicted by your kind.people that you support are killing others.or calling out for murders(pat robertson about venezula prez.)your orginazation is the evil."
This poor man equates Cutting Edge Ministries with Pat Robertson's "Dominion Theology / Kingdom Now" ministry! He cannot see the difference. Robertson's remarks are clearly non-Christian. Listen to Jesus' rebuke to his disciples when they wanted to "take out" an entire village of people who had just refused their Gospel message.
"And He sent messengers before Him; and they reached and entered a Samaritan village to make things ready for Him; But the people would not welcome or receive or accept Him, because His face was set as if He was going to Jerusalem. And when His disciples James and John observed this, they said, Lord, do You wish us to command fire to come down from heaven and consume them, even as Elijah did ? [II Kings 1:9-16.] But He turned and rebuked and severely censured them. He said, You do not know of what sort of spirit you are, For the Son of Man did not come to destroy men's lives, but to save them from the penalty of eternal death." (Luke 9:55; Parallel Bible, KJV/Amplified Bible Commentary)
This is the message Pat Robertson and all his Dominion Theology buddies need to hear: Jesus "did not come to destroy men's lives, but to save them"!
2) Since President Bush characterized his invasion of Afghanistan and his overall "war on terror" as a "crusade", the non-christian world has viewed his warlike, aggressive "Regime Change" policy as a natural outgrowth of his "Christian" prophetic beliefs. While genuine Christians are amazed that anyone could reach this conclusion, the reality is that Bush's religious advisers are not Christian, but Dominion Theologians, like Pat Robertson.
We discuss the concepts of Dominion Theology / Kingdom Now, below, but the point we are making is simply this: the world outside America looks at Bush's wars as being driven by his Biblical prophetic beliefs. Therefore, as his policies are getting ever more disastrous, the world will turn rapidly to blame genuine Christianity for the disaster. Certainly, when the Masonic Christ arises and Bush is removed from office to be tried for War Crimes, his forces will quickly turn on Christians, justifying their persecution and death upon the belief that their prophetic beliefs caused the unparalleled disaster and death known as World War III.
Now, let us examine Dominion Theology and its heretical belief structure.
DOMINION THEOLOGY /KINGDOM NOW - PERTINENT BELIEFS
"Taking Out Evildoers"
"There are leaders in the Pentecostal and Charismatic movements .. who are also advocating the death of all those who do not agree with them. Under the Neo-Pentecostal banner is a group known as the Manifest Sons of God ... One Manifest Sons of God center that Ramsey mentioned was Rock Church. Rock Church and Pat Robertson's Christian Broadcasting Network were closely allied organizations. The pastor of Rock Church is John Gimenez. He has been on Robertson's 700 Club numerous times. Robertson himself has had many people on this program who have endorsed New Age-oriented philosophies, including Bruce Larson, Richard Foster, Robert Schuller, and Denis Waitley. He has also given air time to New Agers such as Jeremy Rifkin (NEWS1510), Alvin Toffler, Herbert Benson, John Naisbitt, Armory and Hunter Lovins, and Curtis Sliwa." (Dr. Cathy Burns, "Tongues, Prosperity and Godhood", p. 122-3)
When you thoroughly understand that Pat Robertson has interviewed this key cadre of New Age leadership, you will understand that he is not a genuine Christian, but a counterfeit one, and thoroughly in sync with their beliefs. Interestingly, the very Biblical name for "Antichrist" literally means "opposing Christ in the guise of Christ" (1 John 2:18; Footnote for Amplified Bible Commentary). Satan has long known that the best way to deceive Christians is through the work of counterfeit Christians. For this reason, Jesus commands that we do not judge superficially, especially by words, but by deeds and by whether their deeds conform to Scripture.
Let us now go back to Dr. Burn's book to see how these Dominion Theologists justify exterminating people.
"The Manifest Sons of God teachers ... have many beliefs in common with the New Agers. For example, they do not believe that Lucifer is Satan and they claim that the Bible should not be interpreted literally. They also believe that those 'who do not accept the truth of Sonship [that we will be a Christ someday] are to be eliminated or killed. That judgment is to encompass the whole world, but will start with the Church." (Burns, p. 123, quoting Constance Cumbey, "A Planned Deception", p. 173)
If President Bush is guided by Dominion Theology as espoused here by the Manifest Sons of God teachers, you can understand how he could justify to himself the brutal invasion of Iraq, even though it was totally based upon a gigantic lie. The awful murder and sufferings of Islamic civilian people through daily exposure to Depleted Uranium dust is also justified, for they are "evildoers", i.e., they do not accept the authority of the Manifest Sons of God (President Bush) and do not accept their belief that they are all going to be a "Christ" someday.
Pat Robertson expresses this truth in a somewhat muted format, but he advocates getting rid of the people who refuse to conform.
"Interestingly, Pat Robertson wrote a book entitled The Secret Kingdom. One subheading in this book is 'Renegades Excluded'. He states that the renegade 'will be ostracized. That, in a sense, was God's answer to the problem when He called His people Israel. They were not to temporize. The renegade was removed from society and rendered incapable of such conduct through very harsh punishment'."
"Robertson then lists several Bible verses as a footnote to this statement. In almost every instant, the punishment was DEATH. In other words, the nonconformists and misfits (synonyms for renegades) are to be removed. Knowing that Robertson has promoted many New Agers on his program, I wonder if his list for extermination includes the Bible-believing Christians since he, like the New Agers, denies Biblical inerrancy." (Burns, Ibid., p. 124)
Now, let us address just who the "renegade" -- also called the "evildoer" is in the mindset of these theologians. Returning to Dr. Burns:
"Other church leaders advocating a cleansing of the earth include those of the Kingdom Now persuasion. Al Dager explains: '... it is generally agreed in Kingdom Theology that the overcomers must purge the earth of all evil influences. 'Evildoers' must be converted or they will be punished, and/or destroyed from off the face of the earth. 'Evildoers' have been variously described as drug pushers, murderers, child molesters, thieves, prostitutes ... It will interest the reader, however, that for many in the Kingdom Theology, the term, 'evildoer' applies to anyone who refuses to submit to God's authority (the latter day apostles and prophets." (Ibid., p. 124)
"Insist upon an open forum discussion on birth control, abortion, artificial insemination, genetic control and death control in your church, or club program. Some of these subjects, unfortunately, seem to be outside the orbit of Evangelical Christianity." (Ibid., p. 1190
PERTINENT BELIEFS -- SEIZING CONTROL OF THE WORLD FOR JESUS
"Today there are several movements, predominately among Pentecostals and Charismatics, which are trying to establish God's Kingdom here on earth. Some groups that are teaching dominionism are; Kingdom Now, Identity, Shepherding-Discipleship, Latter Rain Movement, Charismatic Renewal, Dominion Theology, Reconstruction, Restoration, Positive Confession, and the Manifest Sons of God ... These groups believe it is a Christian's duty to take back dominion of the earth from Satan and that there will be an increase in signs and wonders. They also deny the Rapture of the Church, the reign and rule of the Antichrist, the coming Tribulation and the war of Armageddon. They teach that the world is getting better and better and will continue to do so until we are able to present the kingdom (set up by man's own efforts) to Christ. " (Ibid., p. 127)
"... let's mention some of the main people involved in these movements ... Earl Paulk, Gary North, Pat Robertson, Jamie Buckingham, Oral Roberts, D. James Kennedy, Rousas, John Rushdoony, Annie Giminez ..." (and so many more -- too many to fully list here)
"... Gary North has appeared on Pat Robertson's 700 Club several times .. Pat Robertson admits that he does not agree with all of Rushdoony's and North's beliefs, but he still allows them TV time. He confesses: 'The Lord intends His people to exercise dominion in His name ... I admire many of these (Reconstructionist) teachings ... But others, I cannot accept..." (Ibid., p. 128)
"Although the Latter Rain Movement's foundation was built on Pentecostalism, the Assemblies of God censured the group in 1949. It then became known as The Manifest Sons of God movement because of its teaching that an elite group of 'overcomers' manifesting immortality would conquer the world and establish the kingdom of God. Only then could Christ return, not to rapture His own, but to reign over the kingdom they had presented to Him ... The Manifest Sons of God believers teach they can attain immortality here on earth by living sinless lives and that they can become immune to injury, disease, and death." (Ibid., p. 130)
This movement also teaches that each follower can become "little gods".
"Kenneth Copeland unashamedly boasts, 'You don't have a God living in you; you are one' ... Kenneth Hagin teaches, 'Adam was the god of this world, but he sold out to Satan, and Satan became the god of this world'."
"Pat Robertson states it this way: 'It is clear that God is saying, I gave man dominion over the earth, but he lost it. Now, I desire mature sons and daughters who will, in my name, exercise dominion over the earth and will subdue Satan ... take back the world from those who would loot it and abuse it, rule as I would rule." (Ibid., p. 132)
Please understand there is absolutely no Scriptural basis for this theological theory. The Bible does not tell us that Adam lost dominion over the created world, nor are we told that we must take this earth back from Satan. Mankind still has dominion over the animals, so even though Adam sinned, the dominion God gave them was not lost. Satan did become the "Ruler of the Power of the Air", but mankind still retained dominion over God's created animals. The Bible states that God placed a fear of man in the animals in order to preserve man's dominion.
To realize how completely wrong -- and personally dangerous, this Dominion Theology is, just listen to this quote:
"We must never forget that, when God rescued us from a life of sin, our dramatic rescue was not the goal of salvation. The rescue was to place us back in right relationship with God, which Adam lost." (Bob and Rose Weiner, Ibid.)
Did you notice that the Weiners just told us that our rescue from sin was "not the goal of salvation"?
David Chilton claims that God's original purpose of salvation was Dominion.
"One of the basic themes of Scripture is that salvation restores man to his original purpose. In the beginning, God created man in His own image in order that man would have dominion. Ultimately, Biblical salvation turns back the Curse, brings back Edenic conditions ... and blesses the earth in every area. The whole earth will be saved and re-made into the Garden of God ... the restoration of Eden is an essential aspect of the salvation that Christ provides." (Ibid.)
"Christ did die for our sins, but those in the dominion camp believe that Christ's main purpose in dying was that we could regain our 'lost dominion'." (Ibid., p. 133)
At this point, this Dominion Theology / Kingdom Now program perfectly meshes with the New Age / Illuminati Plan. They, too, plan for the Masonic Christ to restore the Garden of Eden. This restoration is planned to follow the Christ's "cleansing of the earth", during which all the "renegades" and "evil" people who will not accept the claims of the Christ will be eliminated, destroyed from off the face of the earth.
THAT is the Illuminati Plan, and it certainly is the plan of the Dominion Theology / Kingdom Now leadership.
Could it be that the supernatural spirit behind both these movements is the same? When you consider that the top Dominion Theology / Kingdom Now leadership is said to have the ear of the top Illuminist leadership in this country, this possibility gains great credence.
KINGDOM NOW -- SET UP GOD'S KINGDOM ON EARTH NOW
The Dominion Theology / Kingdom Now leadership intends to establish God's kingdom on earth NOW. According to this belief, after the 'godly' gains dominion of the earth again, Christ can begin to prepare to return in order to rule the kingdom that human leaders have prepared for him. Thomas F. Reid states: "We must make ready the world for Christ's coming. the ayatollah could not return to Iran until his followers had sufficiently prepared for his return. In a profoundly deeper way, the Church must prepare the earth for the return of Jesus Christ." (Ibid., p. 134)
Earl Paulk writes: "In Matthew 24:12, Jesus clearly says that He cannot return for His Bride until she has demonstrated the Gospel of the Kingdom to all the nations of the earth. Until the church can demonstrate the alternative Kingdom, Jesus cannot come again. God no longer has the authority to send Christ back to earth ... Christ cannot and will not come back until we have demonstrated the Gospel of the Kingdom to the nations of the earth ... Jesus Christ's return is up to us." (Ibid.)
When the Dominion Theology / Kingdom Now leadership believe that THEY must establish the Kingdom of God on earth before Jesus can return again, they come very, very, very close to the Scripture which states that the final world rulers must establish the final kingdom of 10 super nations on the earth, for the express purpose of giving that kingdom over to the Antichrist! Listen:
"For God has put it into their hearts to carry out His own purpose by acting in harmony in surrendering their royal power and authority to the beast, until the prophetic words (intentions and promises) of God shall be fulfilled." (Revelation 17:17; Parallel Bible, KJV/Amplified Bible Commentary)
Therefore, is the earthly kingdom which the he Dominion Theology / Kingdom Now leadership planning to create really the coming Kingdom of Antichrist? We know that the earthly kingdom which will be set up before the true Jesus arrives on the earth will be the 7-Year Kingdom of Antichrist -- he who opposes Jesus Christ by coming in the guise of Jesus Christ!
This is exactly what these Dominionists - Kingdom Now group is doing! They are establishing Satan's Kingdom by claiming to be working for Jesus Christ. Is it no wonder that Jesus foretold that, at the Final Judgment, many people would stand up, not understanding why they were going to Hell (Matthew 7:21-23)? After all, they had worked mighty miracles in Jesus' Name, they had cast out demons and done many mighty works -- also in His Name!
If this group is working to establish Christ's KINGDOM NOW, they are really working to establish the kingdom of Antichrist!
But, of course, you know that by reading this synopsis of their beliefs. Now, you know why this group has the ear of President Bush, because their kingdom goals are identical to the goals of the global Illuminati.
And, finally, you know how it is that Pat Robertson can consistently call for the assassination of "renegade" foreign leaders; after all, since they are refusing to submit to President Bush's leadership (latter day apostles), they deserve to die!
With this kind of spiritual deception fulfilling verses like 1 Timothy 4:1-2, can you continue to refuse to believe that the End of the Age is very close? Are you spiritually ready? Is your family? Are you adequately protecting your loved ones? This is the reason for this ministry, to enable you to first understand the peril facing you, and then help you develop strategies to warn and protect your loved ones. Once you have been thoroughly trained, you can also use your knowledge as a means to open the door of discussion with an unsaved person. I have been able to use it many times, and have seen people come to Jesus Christ as a result. These perilous times are also a time when we can reach many souls for Jesus Christ, making an eternal difference.
If you have accepted Jesus Christ as your personal Savior, but have been very lukewarm in your spiritual walk with Him, you need to immediately ask Him for forgiveness and for renewal. He will instantly forgive you, and fill your heart with the joy of the Holy Spirit. Then, you need to begin a daily walk of prayer and personal Bible Study.
If you have never accepted Jesus Christ as Savior, but have come to realize His reality and the approaching End of the Age, and want to accept His FREE Gift of Eternal Life, you can also do so now, in the privacy of your home. Once you accept Him as Savior, you are spiritually Born Again, and are as assured of Heaven as if you were already there. Then, you can rest assured that the Kingdom of Antichrist will not touch you spiritually.
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