Dispatches from the Creation Wars

The Economic Policy of the Beast

Okay, Worldnutdaily. I give. Uncle. I am powerless to resist the allure of your insanity. Dangling a headline like this in front of me is like taunting Bill O’Reilly with a falafel:

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It’s not only a “Worldnutdaily exclusive” it’s also “breaking” news, so important that they had to rush it into print before some the Loonisphere Daily News got to it first. “Economic policy of the beast”? You had me at hello.

It’s all based on this new book:

Under the guise of “fairness” and “equity,” Americans are getting their share of government-coerced wealth redistribution under the leadership
of Barack Obama and the Democratic Congress, but it’s only a foreshadowing of what the whole world will witness under the rule of a coming world leader known as “the Beast,” says the author of a controversial new book, “The Islamic Antichrist.”

Author Joel Richardson is quick to point out he does not believe Obama is that future global leader – one many evangelical Christians hold will be satanically inspired. But his messianic appeal and some of his policies do foreshadow the dreaded “man of sin,” says Richardson.

“Obama’s populist message, his appeal to class envy and his overt move toward wealth redistribution find some very clear and dark echoes in the pages of the Bible,” he explains.

Need I mention that this book is published by the Worldnutdaily? Here’s my favorite part:

“The Islamic Antichrist” is almost certain to be greeted in the Muslim world with the same enthusiasm as Salman Rushdie’s “The Satanic Verses.” And Richardson is prepared.

He has written the book under a pseudonym to protect himself and his family.

I think it’s Kirk Cameron.

Worldnutdaily: You complete me.