Order of the Eastern Star?
Just as Freemason Ron Paul has positioned himself as a Republican candidate to Truth movement voters, Rep. Michele Bachmann is positioned as a Tea Party candidate - defending issues that are of concern to right-wing Christians; but is she really?
"Behind the curtain" of the Tea Party are the Koch brothers. They are two brothers who have bankrolled the movement and aren't the least bit concerned about right-wing issues. The billionaires own a vast empire that brings in revenues of $100 billion a year through oil refineries, pipelines, Georgia-Pacific lumber, and Dixie cups - among other things. They have financed the Tea Party in order to insure that laws are passed to protect their environmentally unfriendly empire, and so they can continue to gain wealthy.
These wealthy men have connections to Rupert Murdoch, whose mission it is to destroy Christianity and advance world government. Although that doesn't mean that Bachmann is guilty of the same offenses, it is interesting to note that she felt justified in voting to extend the Patriot Act; the death knell to our personal freedoms ...one of the same objectives she claims to defend.
In the following video, you will find that the interviewer has all the right questions concerning faith and politics, but she has all the wrong answers.
During a speaking engagement, Bachmann told a church audience in Iowa, “I went down to Oral Roberts University, and one of the professors that had a great influence on me was an Iowan named John Eidsmoe. He’s from Iowa, and he’s a wonderful man. He has theology degrees, he has law degrees, he’s absolutely brilliant. He taught me about so many aspects of our godly heritage.”
What she overlooked telling her audience is that he is a Reconstructionist who teaches his students that our country was founded as a Christian nation, by godly founders, and it must therefore be restored to its biblical roots. This would mean that clergy, laity, government, corporations, and individuals are to be in ultimate submission to the moral principles of Biblical Law. If brought in, it would be as restrictive as Sharia Law.
Then there is the issue with standing unconditionally with Zionist Israel. In Bloomberg.com website, Jeffrey Golberg writes:
"Bachmann has built her foreign-policy platform on the nuance-free defense of Israel. She does this not because Israel is a strategic ally, or because it’s a democracy, but because the Bible states that God will curse those who betray it.In the same article, Goldberg mentions Bachmann's trip to Tel Aviv to gain international support at a gay-pride parade.
At a recent meeting of the Republican Jewish Coalition, she said, “I am convinced in my heart and in my mind that if the United States fails to stand with Israel, that is the end of the United States.” She went on: “We have to show that we are inextricably entwined, that as a nation we have been blessed because of our relationship with Israel, and if we reject Israel, then there is a curse that comes into play.”
In the Christian Examiner Online, Bachmann confides that Beverly LaHaye was a big inspiration in her political rise. Who is Beverly LaHaye? She's the wife of Freemason Tim LaHaye, and leader of Concerned Women for America (CWA), one of the affiliated organizations of the Council for National Policy. Her husband, Tim LaHaye, is the author of the popular series of Left Behind, and the founder of the right-wing globalist organization Council for National Policy. It is the conservative version of the Council on Foreign Relations, which also has globalist aspirations. Based upon this CNP webpage, Bachmann is their gal.
So, what do you say? Is she for real, or is she just another fake?