Rick Joyner, who wants to set up a dictatorship, accuses Obama of wanting to set up tyranny
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Sat Nov 03, 2012 at 10:47:23 AM EST
Last Sunday, Rick Joyner told his flock at MorningStar Fellowship Church in Fort Mill, South Carolina (only 20 minutes south of me--gag) that if Obama is reelected, he plans to set up "the worst, most terrible form of tyranny there has ever been seen on this earth."  

Joyner is being just a little bit--OK, very--disingenuous.  You'll recall that Joyner and others of his ilk believe that the only way Jesus can come back is if they take over the world and suppress all who dare to oppose them.  In this world, all "evildoers" will face a stark choice--convert or be killed.  Indeed, Joyner himself said back in 2007 that the regime he wants to set up is going to look a lot like a dictatorship.  And yet, Joyner accuses Obama of being a dictator--and does so with a straight face.  The mind reels.

Joyner also ticked off the usual fundie shibboleths about Obama.  He claimed that no Christian can in good conscience vote for Obama because he is "the most anti-Christian" president we've ever had, and that you have to be "deluded" and "seriously deceived" to think Obama is really a Christian.

The sermon is split up into three parts on Joyner's YouTube channel.  Watch Part 1 here, Part 2 here and Part 3 here--and pile up the dislikes.  If you want just the highlights, People for the American Way got a clip.




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by Villabolo on Sat Nov 03, 2012 at 10:39:58 PM EST

...and the entire gang of psychopathic clowns, go to scribd.com and do a word search under: Theocracy Rising: Dominionists

by Villabolo on Sat Nov 03, 2012 at 10:46:00 PM EST

I'm convinced that if or when they are able to take power they will go after the ones that they have spilled the worst bile at in person, books, churches etc.

The "humanist, liberals, progressives, atheists, agnostic," Those that are doubters or searchers but do not accept the Dominionist doctrine.

They won't mind using whatever means they can use and the Religious world will not make a fuss about it.

Then they will turn their attention to the "others"...the Muslim, Jews, Hindu, Buddhist, and all the other non-Christian religions.  

And the Christians still will not raise a fuss.

And then They will go after those Christians that do not buy into their form and belief systems.  The Mormon, JW, the Adventist and all those that still believe in the Rapture.

Their plan is to completely take over the world.    

by aliagins on Tue Nov 13, 2012 at 03:14:49 PM EST

they will go after these groups in Machiavellian fashion.

Muslims first because they are powerless.

Gays also but they're biting off more than they can chew with the lgbt community because they're organized and can fight back.

Mormons as well as Catholics, unlikely because they are too numerous and organized.

Like all bullies and predators they will pick on the weak but leave the strong alone no matter how much they despise them.

Gays would be the exception to this rule because their despisal of Gays is so strong that it will blind them to the fact that they are organized enough to lunge back at them.

Also, this will first happen in the geographical areas where they have the most power - the Bible belt. Not in urban centers but in small to medium sized towns.

by Villabolo on Wed Nov 14, 2012 at 09:14:06 PM EST
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by dennishobson on Tue May 14, 2013 at 09:53:44 AM EST

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by maldes on Tue Jun 25, 2013 at 01:14:50 PM EST

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