Thursday, September 25, 2008

Separation of State and Witchcraft

Subtitled Version. Palin appears at 7:10 (in the YouTube video).

She gets protection from Witchcraft from these pastors. Kenyan Pastor, Pastor Muthee- including prayers for campaign finances and protection from "witchcraft". This is video of the prayer session that Sarah Palin credits with getting her into the Governor's Office.

The first 7 minutes show this Pastor praying for religion to overtake government & education- a clear violation of separation of church & state. Sarah Palin goes up to the pulpit at 7:15 where 2 men lay their hands on her and they pray to "make a way, to bring finances to her, to bring her personnel, to rebuke "every form of witchcraft" is what you will rebuke (8:36)Witchcraft??!?!?!Pastor Muthee preaches his sermon:

"The problem is do we just pray, but we do nothing about it. If the believers had not done something in this country, your President (George W Bush) would not be in office today.

We need believers who are educationists. If we had them, today we would not be talking about the Ten Commandments being kicked out of our schools. They would still be there.

...Im a child of revival of the Seventies, and that revival swept through the schools.

...You go to any school, there is what we call Christian Union. Christian Union is nothing more but a bunch of kids that are born again, spirit-filled, TONGUE TALKING, DEVIL CASTING....ALL OVER THE COUNTRY...We need God taking over our education system! Otherwise, we, if we have God in our schools, we will not have kids being taught, you know, how to worship Buddha, how to worship Mohammed, we will not have in the curriculum witchcraft and sorcery."

Palin says that Pastor Muthee was very bold and didn't pray for what God's will was, but just that he "make a way", as he didn't know what her plans were and what she was going to do. The beginning of this Pastor's sermon and intent clearly shows that there will not be a separation of church and state. He specifically states that children should not be taught about other religions other than Christianity.

Keep in mind that Sarah Palin has not answered any questions about religion or her intentions, has not given any press conferences - a first for a Presidential or VP candidate at this point in the campaign. We, the AMERICAN PEOPLE still do not know what her plans are or what she intends to do with the office, should she get in. The debate has been tightened so there will not be the opportunity for her to expound on her intention for the office.

After the last 8 years of having a President who feels that he was annointed by God, it is imperative that we examine the intentions of ALL Candidates before electing them into office."


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