Tuesday, September 26, 2006

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Light My Fire!

The "missionary" season(summer) is ending and my own "virtual" hunting season has begun. The Christian neighbors to the north have been planting their 'seeds' all summer long throughout Mexican cities and rural villages. The focus of most of their energies has been on the poor and uneducated indigenous villagers, young orphans, alcoholics, troubled teens, and the aged. Now I'm about to turn my focus on the Evangelicals and their management teams. "I have no problems with Jesus Christ; it's his fan club that disturbs me." (unknown author) Too many well-meaning Christians are piling into their vans to do "good works" south of the border in the Lord's name. They claim to be rescuing souls so that they can enter heaven. The missionaries begin their mission by passing out candy and leaflets to unsuspecting villagers. Before they know it, the children and parents are invited to attend get-to-know-you parties which are sponsored by the missionaries. More candy and small toys are given to the kids, teens get to see Bible movies, and the group sings along to Christian music. Before you can light a candle, their new "friends" are building them an orphanage and a playground. "What the heck, you're so nice, we'll build a little meeting hall for your alcoholics to hold meetings in, too. " "Gee, you're such good people, we'll build you a simple church and we'll help you pray for answers to all your problems. If you'd like to go to heaven, someday, we can teach you how to be "saved", otherwise, the devil owns your soul." Simple as 1-2-3. "Onward Christian Soldiers" They are soldiers, indeed. They are armed combatants who use Christ as a "front" for a diabolical goal. Christ, orphanages, food kitchens, toys, used clothing, and Bibles are there for window dressing. They will dress Christ up as a rock star or as Santa Claus in order to enlist these Mexican peasants into their army. They want numbers.... BABY! Like TV ratings or "hits" on a blog, it's all about numbers. It's all about world domination! These missionaries are working Africa, India, China and the Phillipines as well as Mexico to 'spread God's word' and make conversions. According to the http://www.crusadewatch.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=337&Itemid=27 there are presently 395 foreign mission agencies in Mexico ...., # of service agencies... 205, # of major missionary institutions... 1,500, # of minor missionary institutions ... 5,000. These numbers are not insignificant! Jomo Kenyatta, Kenya's first elected Prime Minister (1963-1964) and President (1964-1978) said: "When the missionaries arrived, the Africans had the land and the missionaries had the Bible. They taught us to pray with our eyes closed. When we opened them, they had the land and we had the Bible." Evangelical missionary work is a "glorified" pyramid scheme that keeps on giving! Their real goal isn't to "save souls", it's to build their army. The real "mission" is to put up high numbers in order to influence governments for their own self-interests. The end-game is world domination. It's a lobbying movement to end all lobbying movements. The Catholic Church did it in Mexico centuries ago and now the Evangelicals, the Mormons, the Muslims etc, are back (in Mexico) to increase their own flocks.... full steam ahead. Evangelism is unethical. It is dishonest and arrogant to impose ones beliefs on another culture by the use of trickery and deception. Whether they come with guitars, or candy, on skateboards or in caravans.... they bring trouble. Every man, woman or child, peasant or scholar has the right to his/her own spiritual beliefs and practices. "Most of the true Christian denominations are not involved in missions and evangelism. They strongly argue that missions is the corrupted and evil expression of true Christianity." Crusade Watch "Religion is sort of like a lift in your shoes. If it makes you feel better, fine. Just don't ask me to wear your shoes. " [George Carlin] "In the fuss over the human loss and its political implications, what was largely overlooked is the extraordinary vanity and presumption that underlie the zeal of missionaries. They make it their goal and active business to disrupt the most fundamental ideals and values of the people on whom they inflict themselves. The measure of missionary success is how much dissatisfaction they can create among the often-poverty-stricken people they encounter. Missionaries only fail when their victims are holywaterproof. Missionaries are frank imperialists. But because they operate in the spiritual realm, they continue to enjoy a fuzzy kind of permission to conduct a kind of business that is largely impossible in other less ethereal spheres of life." New York Press~Nov. 22, 2005

Amen, brothers and sisters!


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