This is a video by a Calvary Chapel member named Scott Spages, go ahead and watch it.
Scott Spages writes on different websites, including this one where his bio states:
"Scott Spages’s lifelong fascination with history, economics and politics has led to him being a political activist for over 25 years. He leads Faith Forum at Calvary Chapel Ft. Lauderdale, which is a monthly meeting, special events, and active participation designed to empower Christians to impact America in the arenas of government and democracy through faith and education. [Check the Good News calendar.] He believes it is an essential component of the Great Commission that we know and profess the Christian heritage of America!"
Now back to the video.....
Hey some may sound good to you, what Christian loves socialism or think Obama is a great president? However, notice how he is a spokesman for the "right" side of the false NWO dynamic. For newbies, read this article: "Left Wing and Right Wing Are Both A Lie" I also have many articles about the false religious right, Dominionism and more, throughout this blog. He also eludes to the mythic version of history often promoted by the Dominionist right with the later references to George Washington.
He's fallen for the false "right" side of the NWO...How is the Republican party any different, when the Republican bail-outs happened, it was basically the Nazi "socialist program" when Hitler nationalized all the industries....[tax payers paying for the bail-outs for mega-bankers and multi-national companies?]
He refers to "The collective will of the people?" "we want this type of decision going on in the marketplace?"...Has he been asleep through 2008? He honestly thinks that this country with TSA strip searching our citizens, and selling out to the oligarchy even still even CARES about the "will" of the people? Even the markets have gone against the people of America in the sell out to globalism to exploit and oppress the rest of the world. We have been sold out to China in the meantime. There are many like him out there, who believe the same way, seeing what is wrong on one side and not the other.
He goes on to say: "Collective thought is a more relational way to go for society to go" The Visions of the Borg [remember Star Trek the Next Generation? come forth;. For years, I have written on message boards and elsewhere, the push to "collective thought", which used to be the mantra of the socialist left only, but now adapted by both sides, also called "the common good", is pure evil. The decent aspects of Western civilization were based on the "rights" of the individual. So many have forgotten this.
He goes forth to praise the Tea Party, the Tea Party is just as NWO as the rest of it, the Tea Party, while seeming to be a real grassroots movement at it's start and with many well meaning people, has been co-opted now being used by the wealthy bankers, to brainwash the populace in blaming the poor rather then questioning the trillions sent over seas.
OK, the video continues. Spages tells us, he wants the church more involved in the political system, that is a definite RED FLAG! He gives forth the usual theocracy line, he actually expects a true born again Christian as a president? The ignorance regarding even the existence of the new world order is not surprising, but sad to see.
This would be understandable, though lamentable, Spages would fit the category of many Christians, MANY of them out there, you know the kind of folks, who'd go to a Glenn Beck rally while being very sincere but deluded, the types who are RIGHTLY concerned about Obama, and socialism, but fooled by the religious right, and blinded to realities regarding the wicked leaders of this world.
It's shame, to see anyone fall for the false political dance, and so many pastors take this path but what is even worse, Spage heads a group called The Calvary Chapel Faith Forum at Bob Coy's Calvary Chapel Ft. Lauderdale church. I suspect there are probably many groups like this of all flavors out there.
Faith Forum is a Community Group at Calvary Chapel Ft. Lauderdale that meets monthly to learn about, discuss, and become involved in the politics of America. We host a broad range of topics and speakers. Our aim to make the world a better place to live by bringing Christianity into the “public square” and to honor God by pursuing justice and righteousness in our public policy and leadership. Our goal is to better inform and involve you! There’s no cost and you do not need to register. Just show up!
It's mission statement on the banner states: "Empowering Christians to impact America in the arenas of government and democracy through faith and education" It definitely has the 7 mountains flavor.
The website has this little video....where Bob Coy, basically does a "Have You Voted" infomercial...
Like Americans have a choice? We get Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum, both chosen by the CFR or Bildenbergers. In a small town, one may get a valid vote for mayor and dog catcher but that's about it.
The "Are you Registered to Vote" banner is to the right on the website. They are gearing up for the 2012 election like many other religious right organizations. Bob Coy tells us, that these are people "we put in power"...sure that is what many believe....[I do not believe that voting is valid anymore, ie not really counted]. Some may disagree with me on this.
Now I want to show you this page. For a long time on this blog, I have spoken of Calvary Chapel's BAD POLITICS. The Boykin connections, the praise for the money-draining useless Middle Eastern wars but these links will tell you something and what Bob Coy's church supports. Now I know not everyone is going to be 100% in agreement with every link they post, I have ones I do not agree with I have used for information in articles, but some of these links will make you wonder...
Calvary Chapel Faith Forum Links
There is the usual array of "religious right" links...."American Center for Law and Justice", Eagle Forum", "The National Day of Prayer" but why is CATHOLIC VOTE on there seemingly as a valid source of information and go-to source? Remember my warnings how abortion and culture wars have been used to promote evangelical and Catholic unity?
A faith based educational program dedicated to informing all Americans about the critical issues in the public policy arena. A project of the Fidelis Center for Law and Policy, committed to producing powerful programs designed to help a new generation visualize and therefore create a Culture of Life."
But that's not the only Catholic group on there.
"Fidelis Center for Law & Policy
Fidelis (Latin for faithful) is the universal name for a group of Catholic-based political, legal, research, and educational organizations whose collective mission it is to formulate, promote, and defend public policies that uphold religious freedom, human life from conception to natural death, and the traditional institutions of marriage and family."
Looks to me like another example of false politics misleading like usual...
"The Republican Party just talks about not having to pay taxes," continues Dasher, a lector at St. Ann Catholic Church in West Palm Beach. "Then they borrow to pay for war."
Across the aisle is Scott Spages, who co-chairs Calvary Chapel’s monthly Faith Forum, a politics-themed gathering with an average attendance of 40. Spages believes the Republican Party best fits the biblical model of government."
This is more of the Republican as "God's Party" stuff. The right-left charade while the real deceptions go on. The same party that is now telling the poor, disabled and elderly of American they can go sleep in the gutter even though Social security was supposed to be a self sustaining separate program aside from the rest of the budget, along with their Democratic helpers, who gave billions of dollars bail-outs to Wall Street, and trillions sent over seas, and have brought us TSA and Homeland Security and who are now dismantling the Constitution as we now speak...
Check this out:
WASHINGTON -- Debt ceiling negotiators think they've hit on a solution to address the debt ceiling impasse and the public's unwillingness to let go of benefits such as Medicare and Social Security that have been earned over a lifetime of work: Create a new Congress.
This "Super Congress," composed of members of both chambers and both parties, isn't mentioned anywhere in the Constitution, but would be granted extraordinary new powers.
I guess soon they aren't even going to pretend anymore this is the same country...
Ever notice that no INDEPENDENT thinkers ever make it to the pulpit or in this case a church position of note? I believe there is a reason for that. Poisonous politics meet false religion, and many falsely trained or knowing deceivers themselves, leading the way. Bad leftist politics for the UUs and liberal and mainline churches, and bad religious right politics for the evangelical world.
Church and state married together fooling you.