We review a comment about our YouTube video, "John Hagee with Benny Hinn: Praying for War In The Name of Jesus" that we received from a viewer in the Palestinian Territory. The piece includes some important points that show the Palestinian viewer understands what's going on. Also, this podcast includes an update on the ethanol saga and a look at the current rage to indoctrinate our police with anti-Muslim "training" videos. We discuss a New York Times article that reveals how some died-in-the-wool supporters of Israel did it with the New York City police department.
In this podcast we are joined by poet, Jonathan Azaziah, who understands what's going on with the bid for Palestinian statehood. He reads his powerful poem. To understand the full meaning of Jonathan's poem be sure to look at the written version that has many hypertext links embedded in the poem that provide documentation. For background on the Palestinian statehood issue be sure to listen to Chuck Carlson's podcast, "Abbas & Palestine Statehood - A Scheme for the Status Quo." "To smile when confronted with the most severe oppression, is an act of Resistance rooted in uparalleded beauty." ~ Jonathan Azaziah
Our YouTube video, "John Hagee with Benny Hinn: Praying For War In The Name of Jesus" has had over 15,000 views during the first week. On this podcast we talked about the video and the waves it has caused. We also revisit the ethanol subsidy and its demise, for now.
Over 40,000,000 American Christians are influenced by what we call, "Angry Evangelicalism," better known as Christian Zionism. Christian Zionists like John Hagee and Benny Hinn wear a mantle of righteousness but often ignore the teachings of Jesus and invoke their will in the name of Jesus, ignoring declarations of Jesus like..."Blessed are the Peacemakers, for they shall be called sons of God," "Love your neighbor as yourself" and, even "Love your enemy." No wonder so many people dislike and loathe Christians. Show this 4 minute video to your Christian Zionist relatives and friends and ask them "Who Would Jesus Bomb?" Just to prove to yourself that things have not changed much in over a hundred years, watch the video production of Mark Twain's "War Prayer."