A Response to The Response on Rick Perry’s Love for China

This video was uploaded by vincewadeusa1 on Aug 4, 2011

Gov. Rick Perry of Texas has some explaining to do about his role in the Chinafication of America.

My comment posted there:

Hard to ‘like’ it but certainly something people need to be aware of — many in Texas know first-hand about the land grab schemes for the TTC, but others may be caught up in the current Fox rhetoric of their globalist money backers like Rupert Murdoch promoting the Texas governor. Yes indeedy this fellow has a lot of explaining to do!

It is estimated that over 25k people attended his prayer rally in Texas this weekend.

My question is this:

“Will Christians be deceived about, Rick Perry, just like his predecessor, George W. Bush, or will they wake up and recognize the congressman in Texas who has been telling them the truth for over 30 years. The scales need to fall off our eyes. We need to recognize men of truth and backbone among us like Ron Paul rather than pretty boys with slick tongues and lots of media and money backing.”

Sandra Crosnoe for R3publicans — Republicans Restoring the Republic.

Additional related links of interest:

Kelleigh Nelson article (part 5) – The Phony Rightwing

The Real Rick Perry (Perry’s follies)



Constitutional Liberty Coalition


3 thoughts on “A Response to The Response on Rick Perry’s Love for China

  1. Sandie I always appreciate what you do.

    It seems to me the “Christian community” has embraced the secular state and warmongering under the name of patriotism, and has substituted Americanism for true holiness. The Christians seem to have forgotten that in the long run of history, the state hates them and puts them to death or worse. The American national anthem is not America the Beautiful but is rather an idolatrous military poem in praise of a piece of cloth, set to the tune of a bawdy British drinking song.

    For many “Christians” their religion is submission to authority, a form of godliness as they perceive, and they consider themselves to be bound to ritual and to law, so they readily accept the authoritarian doctrine.

    Although political figures like Perry are stage actors whose actions are contrived and scripted, the notion of prayer and repentance is a powerful one (and needed), and Perry can get some spin from it. A charlatan like Huckabee can win a lot of support by his emulations. I also might have been taken in by the Huckster, but I have seen too much of his kind.

    It’s very difficult to find a single shred of evidence to support the notion that the system of national government in the US is superior to that of China, or vice versa. Democracy seems to have become associated with righteousness in the eyes of many of the Christian religious, but there is no scriptural support for democracy. Actually one finds that when the people “voted” (1. not to go to canaan, 2. to go to canaan, 3. to have Barabbas released, not Jesus) they made exceedingly poor choices.

  2. Wayne,

    Good to hear from you and get your thoughts on the matter, knowing that China is near and dear to you and your family! Hope all is well with you and yours.


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