I grew up in a mixed bag of superstition, voodoo, “haints,” Christianity, agnosticism, and secular environments during a time of racial oppression, and great turmoil. As a young woman, I attended church, believed in the teachings of Christ, and loved the socialization that the church provided. But, things started to change within God’s house.
The pulpit turned to one of bullying through fear and intimidation. The clergy became more and more mercenary. Church-goers became more judgemental. And, I began to question what being Christian really was all about. Then someone asked me if I was “born again.”
Now, that seemed rather odd to me since I had already gone through the ordeal of birth once. When it was explained to me that I had to be once more baptized and accept Christ as my Lord and Saviour, and declare my devotion, I replied that I believed that once ought to be enough. However, after changing denominations, I learned that there was a difference between having a sprinkle of holy water and full immersion. To appease my husband’s family, I went for the dunk. Somehow, I didn’t feel any different after being saved – again.
Finally, I removed myself from all organized religions, and have developed my own spirituality and program for living a decent, kind, and benevolent life. You know, I’m a lot happier than I was.
Like so many, after the September 11, tragedy, I sought solace in a church hoping to find some words of wisdom and forgiveness. What I found was an absolute hate fest calling for more death, destruction, and violence. How Christian!
During all of this, I had spent decades investigating, writing about, and warning against organized hate groups. During that period, I received many threats, and incidents of violence directed toward me. Those who I worked with all agreed that the most egregious of those threats and acts were committed by the white supremacists who adhered to the religion known as Christian Identity. Hence, I began to research in that area. It wasn’t long before I could draw the parallels between CI and the Reconstructionists and Dominionists who had stealthily been steeplejacking Christian churches across the country.
Digging and delving, I also began to realize that theirs was a very real long-term agenda of taking dominion over this country, and, indeed, the world. Their take-over of the Republican Party is astonishing. A good friend of mine, Leah Burton of “God’s Own Party,” calls them the “Rebiblican Party,” and has been my mentor as I climb into the abyss that is even more pernicious than any neo-Nazi group that I have confronted, much more powerful in the grand scheme of things, and poses a much larger threat to the very fabric of our nation.
Make no mistake – this IS a hate group – this is an extremely well oiled machine – and these people are more than powerful. They are in our halls of Congress, in our State Houses, in our churches, schools, businesses, media, military, etc.
One of the most troubling aspects in all of this is the fact that their prey is, often, our children. While they claim to be “harvesting souls,” they are also shaping and molding our children to be “Soldiers for God.” Within the pages of this site, you will find all of the evidence and all of the armor that you will need to educate yourselves, protect your children, and push back against this atrocious attempt to establish a theocracy in America.
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