Wednesday, October 21, 2009

The Craziest Definition of H1N1 Yet

Those representing the religious right never cease to amaze me. As everyone knows by now, the H1N1 virus nicknamed the "swine flu," is a very deadly, contagious disease. But, some guy from Colorado who represents the Anglo-Israel doctrine is warning his flock NOT to take the flu shot, considering it to be "biological germ warfare being plotted against God's People and their Zion land." And when he talks about God's People, he isn't talking about Jews. He refers them to the "Anglo-Saxon, Celtic, Scandinavian, and kindred peoples." From this, the reader can draw a simple conclusion on who they are.

In a nut shell, here is his definition of H1N1. What does it mean? Just take the Strong's Concordance Dictionary found in the back of your Holy Bible. Convert "H" and "One" to the word "hone." "Hone" is the Hebrew word #1952 and this word means "sufficient wealth" and is similar to the Hebrew word #202 meaning "wealth, force, power, strength." Shall I go on? "N" "One" is the Hebrew word #6373 meaning "Pinon, an Idumaean or an Edomite." Pinon was one of the chiefs of Esau. This preacher in this newsletter claimed that he once knew a preacher by that name who was accused of being a liar, deceiver, manipulator of people and who was excommunicated and ostracized by a Christian church. So, according to this guy, when you distill it down, it appears H1N1 means "wealthy, powerful, successful Idumaean." Or in other words, it appears to mean "wealthy, powerful, successful Jew," since he is anti-Semite and believes Jews are Edomite impostors. He wants us to read Psalm 52:6-7.

"The righteous also shall see, and fear, and shall laugh at him: Lo, this is the man that made not God his strength; but trusted in the abundance of his riches, and strengthened himself in his wickedness."

This is his reason for white people to not receive the flu shot.

It sounds like "Pastor?" Pete Peters needs to get off shortwave radio and start his own program on the Fox News Channel!

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