Friday, March 27, 2020

Christian pastor who said coronavirus pandemic is “mass hysteria” died from the virus after ministry trip


Christian pastor who said coronavirus pandemic is “mass hysteria” died from the virus after ministry trip

By Julio Severo
A Christian pastor, who shared claims that coronavirus is media “mass hysteria,” is among the first people recorded to have died from the virus in North Carolina, the land of Billy Graham.
Pastor Landon Spradlin and his wife
Landon Spradlin, 66, from Gretna in Virginia, fell ill with the new coronavirus, or COVID-19, on a trip to New Orleans and died on March 25, 2020 at a hospital in Concord, North Carolina. The death of Spradlin, an accomplished musician and a pastor, has drawn viral attention online, in part because he questioned whether media coverage of the disease was overblown.
While driving home from New Orleans, Spradlin, who had pastored at several different churches over the years, started feeling much worse. He and his wife, Jean Spradlin, stopped in Concord, where he was admitted to a hospital and diagnosed with pneumonia. He was eventually put on a ventilator as his condition worsened before he died.
On 13 March, the pastor shared online a meme suggesting coronavirus deaths were comparable to that of swine flu.
The post compared the “mass hysteria” surrounding the number of deaths from the coronavirus in the U.S. while Donald Trump has been president compared to the deaths from H1N1 under Barack Obama’s administration.
In the comments section underneath the March 13 post, Spradlin wrote that while he knows COVID-19 is real, the “real issue” is “the media is pumping out fear and doing more harm than good. It will come and it will go.”
While you should pray for God’s comfort visiting Spradlin’s family, his case shows that even when you have faith, you should never diminish the reality and cruelty of diseases. You should face this reality with faith and caution.
During a bubonic plague outbreak, the 16th-century theologian Martin Luther said in a letter titled “Whether One May Flee From a Deadly Plague”:
You ought to think this way: “Very well, by God’s decree, the enemy has sent us poison and deadly offal. Therefore, I shall ask God mercifully to protect us. Then I shall fumigate, help purify the air, administer medicine, and take it. I shall avoid places and persons where my presence is not needed in order not to become contaminated and thus perchance infect and pollute others, and so cause their death as a result of my negligence. If God should wish to take me, he will surely find me and I have done what he has expected of me and so I am not responsible for either my own death or the death of others. If my neighbor needs me, however, I shall not avoid place or person, but will go freely.”
Luther confronted the danger and reality of a mortal disease with faith and courage. So should we do too.
With information from Newsweek, Patch, Daily Mail and CBN.
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Sunday, March 22, 2020

In Conference Call with Pastors, Trump Asked for Their Prayers to Face the Coronavirus Pandemic


In Conference Call with Pastors, Trump Asked for Their Prayers to Face the Coronavirus Pandemic

By Julio Severo
In a conference call not reported by the mainstream media, but reported by CBN, President Donald Trump, Vice President Pence and Secretary Ben Carson spoke to hundreds of pastors on March 22, 2020, with President Trump specifically asking them to pray for “stamina” and for the “health of our country.” Meanwhile, Vice President Pence commended pastors for the vital work churches are doing throughout this ordeal. “You’re putting hands and feet on your faith,” the vice-president told the pastors. Secretary Ben Carson, who is an Adventist, encouraged the group by saying, “God still has his hand on this nation.”
The Family Research Council organized the one-hour call and their president, Tony Perkins, led it. It was filled with prayers for Trump, Pence and Carson. During the call, Perkins prayed for the president, Pastor Carter Conlon from David Wilkerson’s Times Square Church in New York prayed for Vice President Pence and Paula White, who is a charismatic televangelist who serves as Trump’s special adviser, prayed for Secretary Ben Carson.
Vice President Pence told the pastors that he was inspired by so many churches abiding by the federal government’s guidelines. He appreciated how many churches were suspending church services out of an abundance of caution and appreciated the financial sacrifice involved considering they run their operations based on tithes and offerings. He said he would do his part to try and encourage Americans to continue to continue giving despite not being at service on Sunday morning. “We’ll help echo that from our briefings,” Pence told the pastors. “We will make a gentle reminder and encouragement to Americans to continue to support those ministries even if they’re not in the pews on Sunday morning.”
David Wilkerson, who founded Times Square Church, was known by his vocal prophetic sermons against America’s sins. I do not know if Carter Conlon, who has succeeded the late Wilkerson as the pastor of Times Square Church, talked to Trump about these sins and repentance. Two of these sins are abortion and homosexuality.
While, for respect to the government, churches are closed, Planned Parenthood and their abortion facilities are open, killing innocent babies. And in San Francisco, America’s gay capital, gay bathhouses are open.
Times of crisis are times for prayer and repentance. George Washington, the first U.S. president, understood such conception very well. He never asked national prayer without asking for national repentance.
If Washington’s America prayed and repented, why does Trump’s America pray without repenting?
How will Trump feel a need to repent, or encourage America repent, if pastors do not inform him about his sins and America’s sins?
Perkins and me, Julio Severo, were mentioned by The Advocated, the largest gay magazine in the world, about Trump’s gay effort.
I cannot praise Perkins’ soft stance on Trump’s gay effort. But I can praise him for inviting Carter Conlon, who hopefully in the prophetic spirit of Wilkerson said to Trump that his global effort to legalize homosexuality around the world opens America to tragedies and crises. And coronavirus may be one of them.
Is it incompatible for pastors to warn presidents of their sins? In no way. Nathan, the prophet, was a friend of King David. When David committed adultery, Nathan did not let their friendship hinder God’s voice. When God told Nathan David sinned, Nathan obeyed God and warned David.
True friends, prophets and pastors do not spend their time praising a president. When necessary, they deliver God’s messages, even under the risk of losing a friendship. The mark of a real friendship is not continuous praise, but sincerity.
America and her president need right now utmost sincerity. As George Washington would have understood very well, it is time for America to pray and repent.
With information from CBN.
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Friday, March 13, 2020

Trump’s National Day of Prayer against Coronavirus


Trump’s National Day of Prayer against Coronavirus

By Julio Severo
On two March 13, 2020 tweets, President Donald Trump said,
“It is my great honor to declare Sunday, March 15th as a National Day of Prayer. We are a Country that, throughout our history, has looked to God for protection and strength in times like these. No matter where you may be, I encourage you to turn towards prayer in an act of faith. Together, we will easily PREVAIL!”
He also declared a national emergency because of Coronavius, or Covid19.
Prayer is always good.
I do not understand all the hype on Coronavirus, because there are bigger problems deserving more attention. But there are unanswered questions.
On a March 9, 2020 tweet, David Burke said,
“646,000 people die worldwide every year from the flu; 60,000 die in the U.S. alone, WITH vaccines. Yet barely a news headline. Reports indicate that that the #COVID19 virus has a less than 0.4% fatality rate. So why is the media hyping the #Coronavirus?”
And on a March 13, 2020 tweet, Bryan Fischer said,
“Obama’s first year, Swine flu: 60 million Americans infected in a 10-month period, 300,000 hospitalized, 18,000 deaths. Panic: zero. All depends on who the president is, eh?”
I have no understanding about what is happening and why, but I understand that God answers prayers from repentant hearts.
In the U.S. history, national prayer went hand in hand with fasting and repentance. Even George Washington, the first U.S. president, prayed on his knees and urged the early America to pray on her knees in fasting and repentance. I wonder how he would urge present America, soaked in the blood of the yearly butchery of almost 1 million unborn babies in abortion mills, to repent and pray.
Even though I think that it is positive for Trump to ask America to “look to God for protection and strength,” these should never be the first steps. If Washington’s America needed to repent before thinking in God’s protection and strength, what about the current America?
Besides, while Washington expelled homosexuality from his administration, Trump has embraced in his administration homosexuality and its adherents.
While Washington expelled homosexuals, Trump has promoted Richard Grenell and other homosexualists. And Grenell, with Trump’s blessings, is leading the Trump administration in the infamous effort to legalize homosexuality around the world — the same goal socialist President Barack Hussein Obama had.
How then does Trump’s America intend to “look to God for protection and strength” without repenting from abortion and homosexuality?
Trump has absolutely nothing to learn from me. But he has a lot to learn from George Washington and the Founding Fathers, who learned from the same Book I always learn from: The Bible.
By understanding America and her history, Trump would declare a National Day of Prayer, Fasting and Repentance for the Sins of Abortion, Sodomy, Unnecessary Wars. By no means this is a complete list, but a starting point.
May evangelical leaders in Trump’s inner circle lead him to such prayers.
Portuguese version of this article: Dia Nacional de Oração de Trump contra o Coronavírus
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Monday, March 09, 2020

“Idiotic astrologer”: Response from Brazilian televangelist Silas Malafaia to Olavo de Carvalho, who said that “Every evil that happens in Brazil comes from evangelical churches”


“Idiotic astrologer”: Response from Brazilian televangelist Silas Malafaia to Olavo de Carvalho, who said that “Every evil that happens in Brazil comes from evangelical churches”

By Julio Severo
Countering slander and attacks against evangelicals, Silas Malafaia replied that Olavo de Carvalho is an idiotic astrologer who is always talking nonsense and bringing troubles to Brazil.
Silas Malafaia and Olavo de Carvalho
Carvalho’s attack on evangelicals came in a comment in which he included not only evangelicals, but also other institutions. He said:
“Every evil that happens in Brazil comes from one or more of these institutions: Armed Forces, Communist Party, Freemasonry, Catholic Church, Evangelical Churches. Not that they are per se necessarily bad, but whoever moves up the ranks of one of them ends up trying to use it to take advantage and fuck the rest of the population. To demolish the prestige of these institutions would be to take away the murder weapon from millions of cheaters.”
According to Silas Malafaia, who has become the greatest conservative evangelical reference in Brazil, mainly in the fight against the ideology of abortion and sodomy, Olavo de Carvalho, who has a negative influence as a Rasputin in the life of President Jair Bolsonaro and his children, is an “idiotic astrologer” who brings “troubles to Brazil instead of helping.”
In an interview with Época magazine, Malafaia said:
“What to expect from an idiot? Foolishness! What damage are churches doing to Brazil, taking people out of the gutter, acting where the State has no power? What is the disgrace that plagues our nation? Drugs. No government, no federal agency has the authority to deliver a person from drugs. Churches help many families by plucking them out from division and destruction by drinking and drugs. And do churches cause harm? Or is he causing harm? He is an idiot who lives hidden in another country giving tips. And another thing: I’m a friend of Bolsonaro. I have indicated anyone for the Bolsonaro administration and are we who use the church to take advantage? Who indicated people in the government? We or a stupid astrologer, who’s been talking nonsense and bringing troubles instead of contributing to the good of Brazil?”
Malafaia is considered Bolsonaro’s biggest evangelical supporter and responsible for leading millions of evangelicals to vote for him in 2018.
But while Malafaia has not indicated anyone for the Bolsonaro administration, Carvalho has already nominated several of his followers — who ended in all kinds of confusion and even scandals, including imitation of Nazi nationalism.
Although he was one of the most famous astrologers in Brazil, Carvalho hates to be reminded that he already practiced astrology as his profession. In a clash with Malafaia in 2019, he became so nervous and out of control that he accused Luther of believing more in astrology than he does, when in fact Luther categorically condemned astrology, saying:
“Astrology is framed by the devil, to the end people may be scared from entering into the state of matrimony, and from every divine and human office and calling; for the star-peepers presage nothing that is good out of the planets; they affright people's consciences, in regard of misfortunes to come, which all stand in God's hand, and through such mischievous and unprofitable cogitations vex and torment the whole life” (Luther’s Table-Talk).
When confronted and without arguments, Carvalho curses and accuses others of what he is and does. Check out the article: “Olavo de Carvalho accuses Philip Melanchthon of being a greater astrologer than he is.
Malafaia, as the greatest evangelical representative against abortion and the gay agenda, is to be congratulated for speaking out against Carvalho’s attacks on evangelicals and for putting Carvalho in his right place: stupid astrologer. Such public rebuke is important because although the vast majority of Carvalho’s adherents are a band of confused Catholics, there is a minority of confused evangelicals who turn a blind eye to all the astrologer’s attacks on evangelicals and blindly follow his foolishness. Among the confused evangelicals are Congressman Marco Feliciano, an Assemblies of God minister, and Rev. Daniel Lopez, of Snowball Church, who have cognitive problems and are unable to read and interpret Carvalho’s texts attacking evangelicals.
However, anyone who has no cognitive problems could see the seriousness of Carvalho’s attacks.
“Poor Olavo, he should come and live in Brazil to be able to talk about Brazil,” said Silas Câmara to Veja, the Brazilian counterpart of Time magazine. Camara is president of the Evangelical Parliamentary Caucus, composed of 195 of the 513 representatives of Brazil’s House of Representatives. Historically, the Evangelical Parliamentary Caucus is the most conservative force in the Brazilian Congress, always acting against abortion and the gay agenda.
Carvalho is a self-exiled Brazilian immigrant in the U.S. since 2005.
Almost 20 years ago, I was a spiritual advisor to the president of the Evangelical Parliamentary Caucus, having lectured at its first conference in 2004.
Carvalho’s adherents are so confused and oblivious to reality that when he is called an astrologer, they think it is “cursing.” They refuse to accept the reality that he worked as an astrologer and was deeply involved in all kinds of occultism, the marks of which appear, directly or indirectly, in his writings, language and philosophical ways. By far, the greatest “conservative” influence on Carvalho’s life was the occultist René Guénon, who was the spiritual father of Julius Evola, the guru of Italian fascism.
Carvalho and his adherents also hate when he is called Rasputin. But what to do if he has the same harmful influence on President Jair Bolsonaro’s life as the original Rasputin did on the Russian tsar?
As for Carvalho’s attacks on evangelicals, it is a natural behavior, as evangelicals are the group that is most resistant to all kinds of sinister ideology.
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Sunday, March 08, 2020

Olavo de Carvalho says, including other institutions, that “every evil that happens in Brazil comes from Evangelical churches,” which he equated with the Communist Party


Olavo de Carvalho says, including other institutions, that “every evil that happens in Brazil comes from Evangelical churches,” which he equated with the Communist Party

By Julio Severo
In a controversial statement made on March 4, 2020, Olavo de Carvalho, who is a self-exiled Brazilian immigrant in the U.S., said:
“Every evil that happens in Brazil comes from one or more of these institutions: Armed Forces, Communist Party, Freemasonry, Catholic Church, Evangelical Churches. Not that they are per se necessarily bad, but whoever moves up the ranks of one of them ends up trying to use it to take advantage and fuck the rest of the population. To demolish the prestige of these institutions would be to take away the murder weapon from millions of cheaters.”
Olavo de Carvalho
It is an occult-oriented statement, where he attacks seeming to defend, where alleged “truths” are placed in a labyrinth of confusion and lies.
Each institution offended by Carvalho, who is today the Rasputin of Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, needs to defend itself from the man most decorated and loved by the president of Brazil. As an evangelical, I speak only for evangelicals who need this defense.
Translation: “Every evil that happens in Brazil comes from one or more of these institutions: Armed Forces, Communist Party, Freemasonry, Catholic Church, Evangelical Churches. Not that they are per se necessarily bad, but whoever moves up the ranks of one of them ends up trying to use it to take advantage and fuck the rest of the population. To demolish the prestige of these institutions would be to take away the murder weapon from millions of cheaters.”
It is not the first time that Carvalho has offended evangelicals. In September 2018, he said: “Evangelical churches have done more harm to Brazil than the entire left did.” If you thought that the entire left is the greatest evil against Brazil, Carvalho pointed out that there is a greater evil than the left. The only difference is that while he once suggested that evangelical churches are a greater threat than the Communist Party, now he says that evangelical churches and the Communist Party are on the same level.
Carvalho has already had a clash with televangelist Silas Malafaia, the greatest evangelical leader in Brazil, although he has backed down, probably fearing a large-scale repercussion from evangelicals against him.
In fact, shortly after Carvalho’s offense against evangelicals, Bolsonaro visited him to give him all the support. For Bolsonaro, Carvalho is above all and everyone.
Eduardo Bolsonaro with Olavo de Carvalho on 8 March 2020
Then, because of Bolsonaro’s passion for Carvalho, CPAC Brazil ended up being used as a mere propaganda platform to exalt the man who equated Evangelical Church with Communist Party.
As an evangelical, I am going examine Carvalho’s statement in parts, in a brief three-point analysis, showing the inconsistency of his thinking about each of the institutions.
First point. Carvalho said: “Every evil that happens in Brazil comes from one or more of these institutions: Armed Forces, Communist Party, Freemasonry, Catholic Church, Evangelical Churches.”
In full, this statement applies to the Communist Party and Freemasonry. I don’t see how “Every evil that happens in Brazil” could be applied to the Armed Forces. Like any human institution, the Armed Forces have flaws, but they serve, to the best of their ability, to protect Brazil. Carvalho’s statement was offensive to the Armed Forces. It is therefore up to them to defend themselves.
If he had said, “Every evil that happens in Brazil comes from the Communist Party and Freemasonry,” there would be no way to refute.
In the case of evangelicals, Jair Bolsonaro has for many years received support from evangelical congressmen, including in the fight against a tax-funded gay material promoting homosexual indoctrination in schools. Before the Brazilian presidential elections, Bolsonaro did the possible and the impossible, including being baptized in the Jordan River by a Pentecostal minister, to get electorally close to evangelical churches, which eventually supported him and continue to support him.
If Carvalho thinks Bolsonaro is terrible for Brazil, then his statement “Every evil that happens in Brazil comes from Evangelical churches” is in line with this reasoning, because evangelical churches are great supporters of Bolsonaro.
What you can say without making a mistake is that “Every evil that happens in the Bolsonaro administration comes from Olavo de Carvalho.” Education Minister Ricardo Vélez, chosen by him, has a history of opposition to Trump and support for Hillary Clinton. This is as confusing as Carvalho’s dirty words and occult history.
Bolsonaro fired Velez and confessed that he had blindly appointed him at Carvalho’s recommendation. Instead of learning from his own mistakes, Bolsonaro appointed, again at the recommendation of Carvalho, a new education minister who has the same passion of socialists for the increase in daycare centers. This minister launched in 2019 a campaign marked by astrology — coincidentally, Carvalho was one of the most famous professional astrologers in Brazil.
All of this is very confusing. Who can deny that “Every evil that happens in the Bolsonaro administration comes from Olavo de Carvalho”?
Brazilian Foreign Minister Ernesto Araújo, also recommended by Carvalho, has publicly exalted the Islamic occultist René Guénon, who was Carvalho’s greatest spiritual reference. Guénon was the spiritual father of Julius Evola, the guru of Italian fascism.
All of this is a harbinger of much confusion to come. Who can deny that “Every evil that happens in the Bolsonaro administration comes from Olavo de Carvalho”?
Roberto Alvim, appointed, praised and fired by Bolsonaro after he defended a nationalism plagiarized from Nazism, is also a reflection of the confusion of Carvalho’s mind, as Roberto is a passionate adherent of Carvalho. This was one of the biggest scandals in the history of Brazilian culture.
With this scandal involving Nazism, who can deny that “Every evil that happens in the Bolsonaro administration comes from Olavo de Carvalho”?
These are just some of the examples that show that Carvalho’s trademark in the Bolsonaro administration is confusion.
Second point. Carvalho said: “Not that they are per se necessarily bad, but whoever moves up the ranks of one of them ends up trying to use it to take advantage and fuck the rest of the population.”
Actually, the Armed Forces, the Catholic Church and the Evangelical Churches are not per se bad. But by declaring that the Communist Party and Freemasonry are not necessarily bad, Carvalho says what only an occultist could say.
In this occult reasoning, the Communist Party is not bad, but is bad he who uses it “to take advantage and fuck the rest of the population”?
In this occult reasoning, Freemasonry is not bad, but is bad he who uses it “to take advantage and fuck the rest of the population”?
On February 12, 2020, Carvalho said:
“When a communist accuses his enemies of a crime, investigate it and you will find out, in ninety-nine percent of the cases, that it was he who committed the crime.”
Because an occultist is no better than a communist, his words are of use against himself:
“When an occultist accuses his enemies of a crime, investigate it and you will find out, in ninety-nine percent of the cases, that it was he who committed the crime.”
In this reasoning, isn’t Carvalho himself who uses his great influence on Jair Bolsonaro and his children “to take advantage and fuck the rest of the population”?
How then deny that “Every evil that happens in the Bolsonaro administration comes from Olavo de Carvalho”?
Although in his capacity as the main evangelical leader in Brazil, Malafaia has warned against astrologer Olavo, there is no doubt that Carvalho tried to use evangelical churches “to take advantage and fuck the rest of the evangelical population.” Among evangelicals hypnotized, deceived and used by him are Congressman Marco Feliciano, an Assemblies of God minister, and Rev. Daniel Lopez, of Snowball Church.
Third point. Carvalho said: “To demolish the prestige of these institutions would be to take away the murder weapon from millions of cheaters.”
Since when does the Communist Party have prestige? Only communists give prestige to communism. By placing Armed Forces, Communist Party, Freemasonry, Catholic Church and Evangelical Churches on the same level, Carvalho seriously offended the Evangelical Churches. I repeat, I speak only for evangelicals.
Initially, in his strategy Carvalho only used to attack the Communist Party as essentially bad. With this strategy, he attracted and deceived the Armed Forces, Catholic Church and Evangelical Churches. Today, with frequent use of labyrinthian reasoning, he attacks everyone, and praises Bolsonaro — the ladder he needs to climb higher and higher “to take advantage and fuck with the rest of the population.” And he’s succeeding. He obtained, without any merit, from Bolsonaro the highest award from the Brazilian government.
Bolsonaro is filling his administration with men who have the mindset of Carvalho — men so blind with passion that if Carvalho says that excrement is chocolate, they will eat this “chocolate” day and night. And they already eat an abundance of this “chocolate” — through the daily dirty words that come out of Carvalho’s mouth. These “chocolate” lovers see problems in everything and everyone and say amen to everything Carvalho says, including: “Every evil that happens in Brazil comes from the Armed Forces, Communist Party, Freemasonry, Catholic Church, Evangelical Churches.” And, in chorus, they see Carvalho as Brazil’s only salvation. Carvalho is their messiah. Eduardo Bolsonaro’s passion for Carvalho is only a sample.
Messianic projects, when limited to a cult with lunatic people, do limited damage to themselves. But when a nation’s president embraces the “messiah” and his projects, the entire nation suffers the consequences of this madness. Unfortunately for Brazil, Carvalho is Bolsonaro’s Rasputin.
Evangelical churches that have taken a courageous stance against socialism now need to take an equally courageous stance against evil at the other extreme. They need to repudiate the slander that “Every evil that happens in Brazil comes from the Evangelical churches” and they need to open their eyes to see that “Every evil that happens in the Bolsonaro administration comes from Olavo de Carvalho and his adherents.”
This is why I have made efforts to alert evangelical churches. Recently, the website of Charisma, the largest Pentecostal magazine in the world, based in Florida, published my article about evangelicals who support Bolsonaro while he is under the influence of Rasputin. You can read this article here. Only the power of prayer can break the chains that bind Carvalho to Satan and his deceptions and that bind Bolsonaro and his children to him.
If he were just a nut from any sect, he wouldn’t deserve anyone’s attention. But he is a nutcase who has the attention of the most important man in Brazil: the president himself. Nobody more than Bolsonaro grants weight, importance and propaganda to his crazy things. Thanks to Bolsonaro, Carvalho will be as famous in Brazil’s history as Rasputin became famous thanks to the Russian czar’s stupidity.
It is no wonder that, using his influence on Bolsonaro and using his condition as a Brazilian immigrant who lives self-exiled in the U.S. to escape “persecution,” Carvalho uses his freedom graciously granted by the U.S. to persecute a Brazilian evangelical: he produced a video asking the Federal Police to investigate me. He recognizes that with my alerts, I hinder his schemes “to take advantage and fuck with the rest of the evangelical population” evangelical in Brazil. I, who have always been attacked by left-wingers, homosexualists, pro-abortion activists and Muslims, now I am attacked by Bolsonaro’s Rasputin.
Recently, Carvalho publicly called me a “false evangelical,” as if he were some evangelical authority or advocate of evangelicals, qualified to define what is or is not a true evangelical. His only definition of a true evangelical is the evangelical who blindly follows him. Evangelicals outside his sect he calls “evangelical donkeys.”
On October 13, 2016, Carvalho said:
“Luther and Calvin were hatred-filled souls. The former was guilty of genocide, the latter the creator of totalitarian government. Their followers are on the way of Hell, and if it is necessary to revile them using all the curse words to take them from this mess, I will do it pitilessly.”
Translation: “Luther and Calvin were hatred-filled souls. The former was guilty of genocide, the latter the creator of totalitarian government. Their followers are on the way of Hell, and if it is necessary to revile them using all the curse words to take them from this mess, I will do it pitilessly.”
Swearing pitilessly is what he has been doing for years against evangelicals and against everything and everyone who stands in the way of the cult of his ego and personal ambitions. Swearing pitilessly is what he has done against me for years.
Translation: “Protestantism was born from hatred and blood thirst. Its Christian inspiration is ZERO.”
It is the height of hypocrisy that the greatest Brazilian activist of the Inquisition, living in the largest Protestant and historically anti-Inquisition nation in the world, uses the American freedom conquered by evangelicals to slander and attack evangelicals. It is as hypocritical as Brazilian socialists, who hate capitalism, but prefer to live in the U.S., the largest capitalist nation in the world.
That is why it is so important to alert evangelicals.
Such an alert is necessary, because contrary to what Carvalho said, there is no prestige in the Communist Party, there is no equality between the Communist Party and Evangelical churches, and, with regard to occult opportunism, Carvalho is nothing more than, in his own words, one of the millions of cheaters who use and abuse the conservative movement and the Catholic Church as tools “to take advantage and fuck with the rest of the population.”
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