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From press release by Gregg Wooding of I AM PR Services (“Mission: Overcoming evil with Good [News]”) on behalf of apocalyptic Christian author Joel Richardson:

Is it coincidence that Major Nidal Malik Hasan was a devout Muslim, that 90 percent of the current world fighting involves Islamic terror movements, that Islam is the world’s fastest-growing religion climbing at four times the rate of Christianity, and that abuses associated with Sharia Law are sweeping the globe?

According to The Islamic Anti-Christ, Richardson doesn’t think so. “I am trying to present a new paradigm without making people upset,” Richardson said recently on the eve of the third printing of his popular book. “But, people have staked their careers on it,” he said.

Richardson’s end times theory is based on biblical scripture including Micah 5–“He will deliver us from the Assyrian when he invades our land and marches into our borders.”

…Theories presented in The Islamic Anti-Christ continue to grow in popularity as the world watches the injustices of Muslim Law spread across the globe and infiltrate many sectors of U.S. society. Most recently the terrorist-style murders by Major Nidal Malik Hasan in Fort Hood, TX and the imprisonment of Maryam Rustampoor and Marzieh Amirizadeh, two Iranian women who converted from Islam to Christianity, are events Richardson points to on his website, www.joelstrumpet.com, as evidence of things to come.

Wooding is former PR man to Billy Graham and TD Jakes. Hilariously, the article also describes the shameless serial liar Joseph Farah as a “faith leader”, and describes Richardson’s spat with Hal Lindsey, who is not at all happy with Richardson muscling in on the market for bogus prophecy paperbacks aimed at credulous fundamentalists.

More on the “Islamic Anti-Christ” here.

Richardson Islamic Antichrist

5 Responses

  1. MASH message for Islamic terrorist Nidal Malik Hasan:

    Mr. Hasan,

    May you be swiftly executed, may you rot in Hell for eternity, and may your family be ashamed of you for as long as they shall live.

    With utmost contempt,

    Muslims Against Sharia

    http://muslimsagainstsharia.blogspot.com/2009/11/fort-hood.html

  2. How many shooters were involved in the Hood tragedy and why were we LIED to for hours about the shooter(s) being dead?

    Army: 7 dead in DUAL attacks at Fort Hood, Texas

    WASHINGTON — The Army says seven people were killed and 20 wounded in a PAIR of shootings at the Fort Hood Army base in Texas. An Army spokesman at the Pentagon says the shootings began about 1:30 p.m. Thursday at a personnel and medical processing center at Fort Hood.

    The spokesman, Lieutenant Colonel Nathan Banks, says TWO shooters were apparently involved. There is no word yet on who they were, nor on identities of the dead.
    Banks says the SECOND incident took place at a theater on the sprawling base.

    He says it is too soon to tell whether there is any link to battle stress or repeated deployments. The Army is suffering a record high suicide rate and other signs of stress from fighting two wars.

    http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/article/ALeqM5ihGepAkECGoDagETVBMpPb3w7Y3gD9BPJO100

    Where were the base Military Police during this carnage? Why did it take a two civilian cops from Killen, responding in two different vehicles to stop this insanity?

    Another NORAD 9/11 OOPS?

    And does anyone believe that combat hardened vets would stand around, bleating like sheep while someone took over 100 shots at them or would they react and stop the insanity?

    The only way they wouldn’t react is if they were confused because they were multiple shooters hidden in different locations.

    We’re a nation that lives, survives and thrives on violence. We’ve got a long and checkered history of using massive force against people and nations we didn’t understand, like or just wanted to steal what they had… Just ask a Native American, if you can find one.

    GW Bush is responsible for murdering over one million Iraqi’s and his punishment is to enjoy a luxurious government paid retirement with a healthy pension and making ‘speeches’ to other war mongers for 10-20 million a year.

    The only difference I see between what Bush did and the Ft. Hood shootings is one of numbers.

    During “Operation Desert Slaughter” Part 1 & 2, in bars, restaurants, homes and fire stations, I watched dozens and dozens of Americans clapping and cheering loudly watching the TV feed from Baghdad when our US Air Force was blowing the hell out of Iraqi’s, so why cry now over a dead baker’s dozen?

    So go ahead America, pop a top, and clap and cheer some more at the latest bloodbath, enjoy yourselves!

    After all, it’s harvest time.

  3. The fallacy with the end timers theory is that the Muslim is now under their thumb and will be nothing but their slaves. If they were genuine, at least they would have lent the “Anti Christ” few facilities as they do for Israel and see them make good use of such technologies.

    End time needs two game players and not just one 1sters.

  4. How many anti-Christ’s have there been thru history? Nero was supposed to be the #1 bad guy, but the last Pope thought GW Bush was the devil incarnate.

    Some are saying that Obama is. Some Catholic altar boys that got raped by their priest probably think he was the 666 demon.

    The few who survived Jonestown probably think JIm Jones was one.

    Once you become an adult, do you still look under your bed for the ‘Boogieman?”

  5. “Is it coincidence…that 90 percent of the current world fighting involves Islamic terror movements”

    I’m not quite sure where this firgure comes from. I’m sure the poor people of the Congo would kindly disagree with that figure.

    “…that Islam is the world’s fastest-growing religion climbing at four times the rate of Christianity…”

    So what? I’d think that that would be something that Christian fundamentalists would not want to bring up.

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