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Human Sacrifice On Rise In Uganda–And America?

There are gory stories emanating from Uganda about children being kidnapped and their bodies used for human sacrifice by individuals who believe they can secure wealth and power if a body is sacrificed on the altar of death. It is estimated at least 12 children and 14 adults were killed as part of human sacrifice, although some figures place the number as high as 154. The theory in Uganda is that sacrifice of another results in power and wealth. According to a task force led by Moses Binoga examining this phenomenon, “people stop having respect for humanity and believe only in the worth of money and so-called good fortune and they lose respect for people.”

Mr. Binoga’s comment certainly is an accurate description of those on Wall Street who use the money of others in order to amass huge fortunes. It describes credit card companies which send interest rates soaring to the sky while individuals find themselves unable to cope with their finances. We condemn witchcraft in Uganda and ignore the witches and wizards in our own society who rip to pieces bodies and minds by using others in order to gain wealth.

The other day an ugly crowd of Tea Party activists hurled the word, “nigger” at Congressman John Lewis who spent his youth fighting to end racism in America. These Tea Party crazies would rather destroy lives of those without medical care because the cost might be a few of their own dollars spent to help those without.

Beheading For Witchcraft In 2010?

It is the twenty-first century, not the fifteenth or seventeenth, but to Saudi Arabians, it might just as well be the year 1210. A Lebanese man in Saudi Arabia was convicted of the crime of witchcraft and faces being beheaded. Actually, he was supposed to be beheaded on Friday which is beheading time, right after Friday prayers. After all, when else would one behead someone other than after praying to our merciful God? Ali Sibat was arrested by religious police during his pilgrimage to the holy city of Medina in 2008 and was sentenced to death last November. Sibat is one of a score of people each year who are arrested for sorcery witchcraft, black magic and fortunetelling.

Naturally, in the medieval world of Saudi Arabia it is not necessary to specify exactly what constitutes the crime of witchcraft. Just allow religious police who know all about witchcraft to define the crime as they desire to define it.

We, as Americans, are so glad to be allies of Saudi Arabia in the fight to end terrorist activities such as accusing people of crimes that are not crimes.

Elect Sarah Palin– Avoid Witches In Your Life!

The ongoing saga of Governor Sarah Palin continues to dominate the media even as the nation is struggling with a huge financial crisis. The National Enquirer has printed an article which claims the vice presidential candidate had an affair with a business partner of her husband. The McCain camp is threatening legal action against what they term “the smearing of the Palin family.” However, the Enquirer insists three members of the man’s family insist there was an affair and one made a sworn affidavit to support the incident occurred. But, to make matters worse for the McCain candidacy, a YouTube video shows Sarah Palin being blessed three years ago by a Kenya pastor who prayed for her protection against witchcraft.

The video shows Bishop Muthee saying, “Come on, talk to Go about this woman. We declare, save her from Satan. Make her way my God. Bring finances her way even for the campaign in the name of Jesus… Use her to turn this nation the other way round.” After receiving the endorsement of God and Jesus Christ, Sarah Palin filed to run for governor of Alaska.

The video is clear evidence why America must elect the Palin-McCain ticket. Once in office, America does not have to worry about a financial crisis because Palin will simply talk to Jesus who will naturally give billions, if not trillions, to America in the name of Sarah Palin. Why waste our time talking with the financial community, let Jesus handle the problem.