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 Post subject: Are We About to Become a Theocracy?
PostPosted: Sun Nov 14, 2004 8:20 pm 
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Yes or No?

I'm very interested in responses from everyone, but I ask that you please support your opinions.

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 Post subject: yes, ma'am, I truly believe we are.
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I think the move is going to be in a different direction than most believe. "Our most pressing task, to put it simply, is to launch an international Noachide revolution without delay. The process has already begun, with dozens of tiny Noachide communities having appeared throughout the United States, generally composed of former Christians who have abandoned that religion. . . .

". . . the growing Noachide movement will seize political power--using only peaceful, lawful means--in the capitals of the Western nations. This, of course, will not take place until the Noachide society has grown to some threshold size. We do not know how large this needs to be nor which nations will join the revolution first, although the United States, as a fairly religious, conservative nation, certainly tops the list of prospects." (Emphasis added.) http://truthbeknown.com/


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"We need to find ways to win the war" Karl Rove, President Bush's political director told a gathering of the Family Research Council in March, 2002. The Family Research Council is one of the most powerful lobbying organizations of the Religious Right today. Rove wasn't talking about the war on terrorism. He was talking about the war on secular society. -TheocracyWatch


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