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Bush Ditches Jesus, Pleases Jewish ADL

"Howbeit no man spake openly of Him for fear of the Jews."

—John 7:13

Oh what spiritual horrors often come from the unseemly ambitions of political men! Take for example, the graphic example of President George W. Bush.

When running for the office of Governor for the State of Texas back in '93, the younger Bush was asked at a news conference if he believed Jesus was the only way to heaven. In response, George W. Bush stated, "I believe that people who do not accept Jesus cannot go to heaven."

That was in 1993. It was good politics, because Texas has a large populace of conservative Christians who believe exactly this very same thing—that Jesus is the only way, and that only he is the Saviour of humanity (John 3:16). Appreciating George W's stand for Jesus, many Texas Christians warmly embraced their brother-in-Christ (they thought!). Bush went on to easily beat his Democratic opposition, the silver-tongued reprobate, Ann Richards, and became Governor of Texas.

Bush Sought Jewish Approval for the Presidency

But, in 1998, just five years later, tiring of his Governor job and seeking greener pastures in Washington, D.C., Bush knew he would have to first win the approval of the Jewish bigwigs if he were to ever become President of the United States. Chief among the Jewish groups he would have to bow down to were the talmudic elite of the Jewish ADL.

Obediently wearing his Jewish skull cap, then Governor George Bush prays at the wailing wall of the Jews in Jerusalem.

That organization was determined to straighten politician George W. Bush out. To the antichrist Jews of the ADL, his religious views about Jesus didn't make muster. If you want to be President, Abe Foxman, head of the ADL, warned Bush, you will have to ditch the idea that Jesus is the only way to heaven.

Nooooo problem. Not for an unprincipled and ambitious, would-be President of the United States. Young George just rounded up his mother, Barbara, and his Illuminati family pal and Judaizer extraordinaire, Billy Graham, and, using them as "cover," he just up and changed his religious views on a dime.

As Governor Bush's spokesperson, the talented Karen Hughes, put it in an official statement made to the Austin American-Statesman newspaper (Austin is the capitol city of the state of Texas), Mother Bush, Barbara the gray head, an Episcopalian who, incidentally, is a big believer in abortion, assured her son that people of all faiths, Hindu, Buddhist, Jew, Moslem, were going to go to heaven even if they rejected Jesus as Lord.

Then, reinforcing Mama Bush's wide, umbrella-like religious spirit, Billy Graham told an inquiring Bush seeking the renowned evangelist's sage advice that he should never, but never preach to people that only the Christian religion was right or that Jesus was the only way. "Never play God...don't be harshly judgmental of others," Graham counseled Bush.

Smart Politicians

Smart politician, that Billy Graham. Under George W's new, revised, more politically correct Christian doctrine, it was decided that Jesus would no longer be the saviour of all mankind. No longer would Jesus be the way to heaven. No longer need a man or a woman believe in Him if they wanted to get to heaven. The exclusive deity of Jesus had to be ditched, and it was, by Bush.

What a difference a run for the Oval Office makes! According to George W's new, more politically astute religious beliefs-acceptable to Jews and liberals-Jesus lied when he said: "I am the way, the truth, and the life, no man cometh unto the Father, but by me." (John 14:6)

George’s mother, Barbara, told her ambitious son that Jews do not have to believe in Jesus to go to heaven, and neither do Moslems, Hindus, Buddhists, and other religionists. Billy Graham backed up Mama Bush, telling George he should disregard the scriptures.

Judgements About Heaven Do Not Belong

"Judgements about heaven do not belong in the realm of politics or this world," Bush announced in a formal statement he made on the subject (Austin American-Statesman, online archives, December 13, 1998, page B3).

Moreover, to prove to his erstwhile Jewish critics that he's no longer a "Jesus Only" man, George W. trekked over to Israel in November and December, 1998 (Austin American-Statesman, on-line archives, December 4, 1998, page B1), on a trip paid for and sponsored by the National Jewish Coalition. While there in Jerusalem, he went up to the ruins of the Temple wall, put on his Jewish yarmulke (skull cap) and prayed just like he was a Jew. None other than Ariel Sharon, then Defense Minister of Israel, escorted him around the country.

"I was there to listen and learn a lot," Bush said. "Smart folks," he added, referring to the Jews.

A Different Man, A Tolerant Man

George W. came back from Israel a different man, formally endorsed and beloved by the Jews and ready for his successful run at the White House. "I have shown people that I'm a tolerant person," Bush said. "I've got great respect for the other religions of the world..."

The sea change difference in his pre-Israel visit belief in "Jesus Only" as Lord and his post-Israel visit conviction that Jesus is "one of many" acceptable gods was soon made glaringly visible. Here it is, right from Bush's own mouth, as reported verbatim in the Austin, Texas press:

"Asked if he believes heaven is open only to Christians, Bush said, 'No, I don't believe that.'"

A Signed Contract: Bush and Jewish ADL Agree

To further convince his Jewish masters that his conversion to Zionism was legitimate and that his ditching of Jesus was the real thing, Bush was evidently told by the ADL boss, Abe Foxman, to put it in writing. And Governor Bush, like some kind of sock puppet, dutifully complied. His office even furnished Old Hater Abe Foxman and his ADL Jewish henchmen a letter to that effect signed by Bush personally.

That prompted the ADL to also put their approval of Bush's Judaic conversion in writing as well.

As Dave McNeely and Ken Herman, reporters with the Austin American-Statesman newspaper (online archives, December 13, 1998 page B3), explained: "In a statement that could prove helpful if Governor George W. Bush enters the presidential race, the Anti-Defamation League has put its seal in writing."

The ADL's Abe Foxman (Fox. Hmmm... Is that "fox" as in Herod's title given by Jesus, "That old fox"?) was no doubt greatly impressed that Bush had so easily and without fanfare demoted Jesus and had so quickly developed such a healthy respect for Judaism and other religions.

"George W. Bush," Foxman and his ADL hate organization crowed, "has proven his commitment to tolerance and diversity, and the principles of religious freedom."

A Sign of His Toadiness?

Now isn't that special? Essentially, George W. is told by Abe Foxman and the ADL that he must convert and mend his Christian ways. He must abandon and deny Jesus as the only way to heaven. He also better show some respect, as soul singer Aretha Franklin might say, to other religions. And finally, to get the Jews' support for the presidency, Bush apparently understood that he would have to adopt a rabid form of extreme Zionism. He must become a lackey of the militant nation of Israel.

Properly chastised, probably shaking in his boots, Big Texas Governor Bush then flies over to Jerusalem, kowtows down to serial killer Ariel Sharon, wearing his little skull cap all the while as a sign and symbol of his toadiness. And upon his return to Texas and the U.S.A., young Bush signs a "Covenant" of sorts with the Jewish representative to official Washingtondom, His Bearded Eminence, Abraham Foxman ("that old fox").

According to the Austin newspaper, the Governor's office refused to release a copy of that secret letter, the "Covenant Agreement," that Bush had signed with the Jews' Foxman and his Israeli Zionist hate group, the ADL (Americans for Doomed Liberty?). "That's a private matter," explained Bush's press secretary, the pretty Karen Hughes.

Who knows, maybe Bush signed the Covenant with the Jews in his own blood!

In any event, whatever words and promises were contained in that mysterious letter of surrender sent to his ADL overlords by Bush, the Jews sure ate it up. As the Austin American-Statesman article remarked:

"(The ADL's) Foxman said the letter, and his conversations with Bush, convinced him the ADL has no cause for concern as a result of his (Bush's) 1993 remarks. 'The matter of the 1993 statement is now behind us.'"

Splendid. The year 1998 dawns. The rigors of the presidential campaign lie just ahead for him. George W. Bush is primed for stardom. He has the ADL's stamp of approval. The Zionists and he have signed a secret Covenant Agreement. "The bloody young chap is in the chips," as they might say in jolly Britain.

Like Magic, Jewish Bank Accounts Open to Bush

Indeed, in the ensuing presidential campaign, Bush demolishes his Republican Party competition. He eventually even overcomes Democrat Al Gore, another Jewish go-for boy. Wowee! Like magic, Jewish billionaires open their bank accounts to Bush and the money flowed like milk and honey.

Abe Foxman and his Christian-hating Jewish ADL praised George W. Bush for abandoning his "Jesus only" stance. "He has proven his commitment to tolerance and diversity," Foxman said of Bush. The ADL’s endorsement paved the way for Bush to run for President.

Key among the wealthy Jews giving Bush a boost was rich computer magnate Michael Dell, founder of Dell Computer Corporation, the largest com-puter manufacturer in the world. In one important, little old meeting held at Austin's Jewish Community Center, billionaire Dell and Bush warmly embraced, and the rich Jews present, pals of Michael, went "ga-ga" for young George W. After all, he already had earned the "seal of approval" of that old fox, Abe Foxman.

Michael Dell, one of the richest men in America, is an enthusiastic supporter and fundraiser for George Bush. Did Bush’s adoption of pro-Zionist and anti-Jesus positions make a difference?

Bush must have been more than a little shocked at his resounding success among the Jews. Why, all he had to do to win their approval was to promise to be a good little Zionist and to renounce Jesus as the Lord and King of mankind (Note: Bush still reserved the right to retain Jesus as his "personal" saviour, albeit that is a more limited jurisdiction for the deity true Christians recognize as sovereign of all the universe).

Yep, for Bush, the magic formula was to just ditch the biblical Jesus and announce his newfound belief in a new, more trimmed down, shrunken "Jesus," and, Voila!, the bucks from the Jews came a pouring in.

A Few Chores to Do

Of course, Ariel Sharon must have reminded Georgie boy that there remained a few little old household chores that pseudo cowboy George would have to do for his new, wealthy, six-pointed star associates. First he would have to go along with the Israeli Mossad and the CIA's planned World Trade Center 9/11 massacre and hoax. Second, he would have to send troops over to get rid of Israel's modern-day "Hamen," Iraq's Saddam Hussein. And naturally, Israel's Arab foes, Syria, Iran, and Saudi Arabia, would have to eventually be dealt with (i.e. destroyed) by the mercenary forces of the mighty U.S. Armed Forces.

But all that, Bush knew, was just details.

Denying Jesus, Bush Can Go Far

The albatross of "Jesus Only" off his neck and the cross of Jesus off his back, in 1998 George W. Bush had to have figured he was gonna go real far. Political paradise was in view, glittery like a big ball of crunched up aluminum foil. After all, it's a long, long way to Tipperary, the old song goes, and just short a short, short hop into the abyss. So, into the spiritual ditch Bush went, just the place he had tried to throw Jesus.

As any ambitious politician knows, it's always better to take the path of least resistance. That path, the wide path, in this case the denial of Jesus as Lord of all, was the one that George W. Bush willingly chose. And as the Scriptures testify, it's the wide path, not the narrow one, that leads to.... Well, you know the destination that George W. Bush is headed to now, don't you?"

By pleasing the Jews, George W. Bush has, indeed, been able to vault to the very top of earth's political mountain. But up higher, beyond the stratosphere of this planet, George W. cannot go. Sadly, up in heaven, in terms of eternal salvation, George W. Bush, leader of the world's greatest empire, the U.S.A. (also known as Israel II) is a complete unknown:

"But he that denieth me before men shall be denied before the angels of God."

Luke 12:9

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