Islamopower: Meet the new Muslim PAC

Jetpac-founder-Mazen“A new organization called Jetpac Inc. is mobilizing to get more Muslims elected to public office in U.S. cities and states, but an investigation into the founder’s background reveals ties to the extremist Muslim Brotherhood, which has been hard at work trying to influence American politics since the 1990s. The first Muslim elected to a national office was Rep. Keith Ellison, who was elected in 2006 to represent a heavily Democratic district in Minnesota. He was sworn into office with his hand on the Quran, and that singular act opened a world of possibilities for other politically minded Muslims.” –Source

One of the things I love about being a student of prophecy is that confirmation always makes the heart experience hope as well as an increase in faith when we see that which the Lord told us will happen actually come to fruition exactly as He stated. For decades we have been warning people about a Muslim infiltration in America that as students of prophecy we knew was solely due to the Vatican’s long prophesied agenda to bring about a way to enforce religious laws in America that will see the 30,000+ guillotines come out of mothballs.   Continue reading

Obama dumped on Christian Arabs while helping Muslims

muslims_praying“The latest WikiLeaks dump of John Podesta emails shows the Obama administration kept a list of high-profile Muslims it wanted to appoint to top administration jobs, sub-cabinet jobs and outside boards, agencies and policy committees. The 2008 emails reveal that it wasn’t enough to be Arab American, you had to be Arab and Muslim to make it onto this list.” –Source

And why is that you ask? It’s because Barack Hussein Obama is in fact a Muslim. I have quite the mountain of evidence compiled to confirm that as a bonafide fact listed here. Now don’t get me wrong. He is the American president and being as such he needs our prayers. For it is plainly stated in Romans 13:1-7 he is ordained of God to be in that oval office whether you like it or not. And as we see from the Old to the New Testament, the obedient people of God did always pray for their kings. This also included the conquering kings that took them captive.   Continue reading