In Cambodia, children in an orphanage run by Australian ‘evangelists’ were forced to crawl as they were beaten with sticks and had to eat rice from the floor as punishment for failing to recite Bible psalms, as reported by SISHA, an anti-trafficking organisation connected with government agencies in Phnom Penh. Australians are heavily involved in Cambodia’s 600 orphanages, where most children are marketed as parentless, in defiance of fact.
Half of these ‘orphanages’operate illegally. One such was linked to the ‘Christian Outreach Centre of Australia’, and organised ‘orphan tourism’, in which unchecked perverts could take a child out of an orphanage for a night, in return for a ‘donation’. It can be imagined that the purpose of such outings was not to hear the child recite psalms. SISHA have compiled a list of centres they plan to close. Fat chance where bribery rules.
One destitute family gave their two young daughters, aged 5 and 6, to a ‘support of care centre’, a euphemism for an orphanage run by Australian evangelists of the Citiepoint Church, who ‘washed their hands’, in Pontius Pilot fashion, when asked why they did not return these children to their parents, whose economic position had improved . ‘That is a decision for the Cambodia Ministry of Social Affairs’, they cravenly explained, ‘who are the legal custodians of the children’. When this family approached officials to tell them that they were now both working, the officials wanted money. That this is nothing to do with Citiepoint is like saying a prostitute must abide by the rules of their pimp.
In India, Ramesh Babu reported, in the Hindustan Times, 2014, that: ‘There are 1,000-odd orphanages in Kerala. During investigations, some told police that they had been enrolling children from other states for the past eight years. Shakeel Ahmed, one of the agents who was arrested, told the police he had brought in 500 children in two years. “It seems in India, human lives really are cheaper than cattle,” says a district official who was part of the rescue team. Most of the papers seized from people accompanying the children were fudged. All the 50 kids from West Bengal had the same date of birth and village officers’ affidavits showed the same handwriting. Police say at least a dozen agents are active in taking children to Kerala and Bangalore. Their modus operandi is simple — they show parents photos of these institutions and say their children will get education and care. Often, they take money from both, parents and orphanage officials. Sometimes, they give parents money in exchange for their children’.
The report indicated that the majority of these orphanages are Muslim and Christian institutions, and fearing inquiry, many are now in a hurry to conceal records, and trying to dump children admitted without records. 23 children were found abandoned at Thrissur railway station.
A report in NTurk India News, 2013, gave further insight into the plight of orphans in India: ‘According to India’s National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR), child abuse in orphanages is on the rise: ‘The nature of alleged child abuse includes rape, molestation, torture and mental abuse,’ they reported. In May 2012, a team from NCPCR inspected a children’s shelter outside New Delhi and uncovered what their report described as a ‘reign of terror’. The report detailed allegations of sexual molestation by staff members, regular beatings, and psychological abuse’.
In Africa, private Christian ministries, such as ‘Acres of Hope’, ‘Children Concerned’, ‘West African Children Support Network’, advertised Liberia as one of the cheapest international adoption areas. They all placed Liberian children with American families for a fraction of the cost that international adoption agencies charge. They urged their ‘flocks’ to adopt as a way to address global poverty – the altruistic gloss over a make-me-some-money scheme – and as a means of getting children to learn Bible psalms. Cambodia again.
Evangelical adoption agencies such as ‘Bethany Christian Services’ reported a growth in trade, against the global downward trend. The various evangelical groups are united under the ‘Christian Alliance for Orphans’, which promotes overseas mission trips, and will even offer interest-free loans to adoptive parents. (A good way for evangelists to supplement their income from Bible sales, and from donations for prayers to ‘heal’ people of brain tumours, etc.). They handle all paperwork, making adoption as easy as ordering from Amazon. They are supplied by orphanages, who sign exclusive, cut-price, deals. Parents are told that their children are being given a ‘temporary educational opportunity’, as in Cambodia.
In Nigeria, children as young as two are acused of witchcraft by psychopaths calling themselves evangelists. If a child under the age of two screams in the night, cries, and is feverish, he or she is a ‘servant of Satan’. Some such ‘servants’ are murdered, some have nails driven into their heads; others are dowsed with boiling water or acid. Lucky child ‘witches’ are merely tortured, or left to starve in the gutter. For most, this is as much to do with Christianity as the ‘Islamic State’ (IS) is to do with Islam, yet, obviously, not all self-proclaimed Christians and Muslims would agree. The Western media focus on the evils of IS, but is muted on the threat of evangelical extremism, which matches IS in the number of those it has murdered. Why is the media silent on the dangers posed by evangelist terrorists? Do our security services infiltrate their meetings, and tap their phones? Do we monitor British citizens of Nigerian birth returning from Nigeria? Of course, we do not, and the reason is that evangelist extremists are a tool of the CIA, the American agency that effectively rules the European colonies of America, and seeks hegemony in countries rich in raw materials, but where the masses are kept in poverty by American stooge governments.
Evangelist celebrity pastors hold conventions in Virginia, which coincide with ones held in Nigeria. They sing from the same hymn sheet – ‘and now … hymn number 101, ‘Preserve Me Lord’ (from gays); hymn number 51, ‘Happy Little Pilgrims’ (remember psalms or get whipped); hymn number 13. ‘Give Thanks’ (for our adoption agency money); hymn number 32, ‘Unsearchable Riches’ (of evangelical pastors); hymn number 13b, ‘Eye Hath Not Seen’ (abuse in our orphanages); and now for a special Christmas selection, all sing – ‘Silent Night’ (rent a child in secrecy); ‘I Saw Three Ships’ (packed with orphanage tourists); ‘While Shepherds watched’ (abuse of children and said nothing); ‘Go Tell It On The Mountain’ (children are cheap in Cambodia); and so on. The congregants have been whipped to a frenzy, and are parting with their money – the true objective has been reached.
In Africa, the CIA backed evangelist movement build hospitals and schools, in which medical staff and teachers ‘of the faith’ can get work. They dole out food aid to ‘the faithful’. They purport to be Christians, but are in fact the stormtroopers of the Skull And Bones, the New World Order, whose task is to indoctrinate the working class of the world with the belief that all ‘disbelievers’ must be destroyed, whether that disbeliever is a child branded as a witch, or a Muslim who protests about the genocide of Palistinians. Evangelist extremists are the mirror image of IS, but only IS is demonised. It is not control by means of terror that the West opposes; they oppose those who challenge their monopoly to use such means.
Evangelist celebrity pastors and their televised propaganda ‘ministries’ are only concerned with lining their pockets. They engage in an organized onslaught against Muslims, Hindus, and other faiths, in an effort to convert them to Christianity. They have hundreds of broadcasting stations around the world, with some ministries grossing $100,000,000 a year. Turkey is seen by those planning ‘conversion crusades’ as the gateway to the Muslim world, an area formed by the 35 and 45 degree latitudes, which extends from Skopje, in Macedonia, to Urumchi, in China.
Mass media is not the only weapon of evangelist extremists. They offer feeding programs, counseling centres, medical facilities, and set up orphanages in times of natural disaster, but only as a means to convert, which they state is their main aim. Aid, as love, is not unconditional. It is like Jesus saying to Lazareth, “I’ll cure you for 50 shekels”. Such aid is always accompanied by Bible Schools that vigorously indoctrinate children in Western values of individual salvation through the work ethic – your success in work being a sign of God’s approval, and, of course, a clear indication that you should donate to the ministry that ‘brought you to Jesus’.
This is the doctrine of the American ‘neocons’ and their European stooges, who have systematically replaced social (state) ownership of essential utilities with ownership by American corporations, served by a cowed and cheap workforce, brainwashed by corporate-controlled media into believing the state does not exist; we are all ‘individuals’ competing in a ‘market’, in which only the fittest survive. This is the complete opposite of what Charles Darwin deduced – that societies survive and prosper as social entities, with people combining to promote the greater good. This is anathema to the evangelist ‘neocons’, as is Darwinism in general, it sounding dangerously like ‘socialism’ or ‘communism’, terms spoken by evangelists in similar tones used by Jews when speaking of Nazis.
In the 19th. century, the British colonial plan for Africa was to send an advance party of missionaries, to indoctrinate ‘the natives’ with Western values, before sending in colonisers, businesses, and gunboats. Evangelist extremists are nothing but the advance party of American neo-colonialism.
They thrive on breaking up families. The young who have been ‘saved’ are encouraged to donate future earnings; the more articulate can be trained to recruit others at ‘revival meetings’; young girls and boys can be sexually exploited; divorcees are encouraged to donate their divorce settlements; those dying – their estate. For everything suffered in life is a result of a lack of donation to God’s chosen ministry, the more you ‘sow the seed’ of donation, the more God will reciprocate – granting the gullible and desperate doner a room in Heaven.
Sarah Pulliam Bailey (The Huffington Post, 2013), reported what Boz Tchividjian, a Liberty University law professor, and grandson of Billy Graham, told journalists: ‘The Christian mission field is a “magnet” for sexual abusers. Mission agencies, “where abuse is most prevalent, often don’t report abuse because they fear being barred from working in foreign countries … Abusers will get sent home and might join another agency. Of known data from abuse cases, 25 percent are repeat cases … The Protestant culture is defined by independence. Evangelicals often frown upon transparency and accountability, as many Protestants rely on Scripture … abusers discourage whistle-blowing by condemning gossip to try to keep people from reporting abuse. Victims are also told to protect the reputation of Jesus”.
So called ‘churches’ often quote the First Amendment as giving them freedom from having to surrender personnel files, victims’ complaints or other documents.Their reading of the First Amendment is that it allows no government interference of religion, no government intrusion, no government review. Pastors can be known molesters but can be re-instated if they go through a process of repentance and are ‘re-baptized’. This is like saying a child rapist in the UK could get a job if ticking a ‘repentant box’ on their criminal record check form.
The Hull Daily Mail (2010) reported on a Jehovah’s Witness who had raped women and girls over a 40 year period, and had used religion to threaten his victims. ‘This was allowed to continue to happen despite one (victim) revealing it to the Jehovah’s Witness elders, a court heard’.
Nikki Gaskins (The Coastal Source, 2010), reported on the arrest of a pastor charged with child molestation and sexual battery’, who had ‘at least ten prior convictions’.
Ken Lanning, a former FBI profiler who specializes in kidnapping and child abuse cases, commented (Associated Press, 2009), “A lot of them when they’re molesting children put a lot of time and energy into trying to convince themselves that they’re not bad people,” Lanning said. “In some cases the element of religion will come into it, and they will use varying aspects of their religious belief to justify all of this”.
This is not to infer that child abuse is the preserve of any one ‘Christian’ denomination, for the Catholic Church has a long history of child sexual abuse. The Times News Network (2010), reported that the Kerala police registered a case against a priest who ran a orphanage for boys in Kumbalangi, in Ernakulam district, for sexually abusing minor inmates. He had allegedly committed ‘unnatural offences’ on several boys, aged between 3 and 15 years.
Religion is the cloak of various species of pervert. There is more in common between perverts of any religion than there are differences. The Catholic hierarchy do as much in South America to suppress the masses as their evangelist counterparts do in Africa and South East Asia. They go by a different name, as forms of hepatitis, but are the same family of infection.
Neither is it to infer that abuse of children is a particular ‘Christian’ proclivity, for, as Shaista Gohir reported (The Guardian, 2010), ‘Some Muslims are fond of condemning western morality – alcoholism, nudity, premarital sex and homosexuality often being cited as examples. But Muslims do not have a monopoly on morality. In the west, child marriages and sex with children are illegal. Unfortunately, the same cannot be said for many Muslim countries. I recently saw the documentary on the Dancing Boys of Afghanistan. It exposed an ancient custom called “bacha bazi” (boy for play), where rich men buy boys as young as 11 from impoverished families for sexual slavery. The boys are dressed in women’s clothes and made to dance and sing at parties, before being carted away by the men for sex’. The love of young boys is not a phenomenon restricted to Afghanistan; homosexual pederasty is common in neighbouring Pakistan, too. … And in the Middle East, it’s young girls who are considered desirable and men are able to satisfy their lusts legally through child marriages. In Yemen, more than a quarter of girls are married before the age of 15. Cases of girls dying during childbirth are not unusual, and recently, one 12-year-old child bride even died from internal bleeding following sexual intercourse’.
Zach Patberg (Asbury Park Press, 2009), reported the case of a boy ‘who was raped before he could take his weekly mikvah. Pinned from behind in the bathhouse where Orthodox Jews purify themselves with rain water, the 7-year-old never saw his attacker … And a few months ago, a high-ranking rabbi … at the Beth Medrash Govoha yeshiva, Matisyahu Salomon, quietly closed a rabbinical court, a Bais Din, that handled many … sex abuse allegations, according to two rabbis. Such Batei Din have come under criticism by child advocates, therapists and victims’ families for deciding molestation cases without alerting secular law enforcement’.
It is to infer that evangelical extremists are a very real threat to children, and are as cunning, manipulative, and cruel as any denomination of abusers.
In 2010, an earthquake devastated much of Haiti, and delivered many children into the clutches of American evangelists, with the compliance of the American government, which lifted visa requirements for children being adopted by Americans. 10 Baptist missionaries took 33 children out of Haiti without official authorisation.
Under an immigration program called ‘humanitarian parole’, adoptions went ahead without checks on whether children had been wrongly seperated from their parents or relatives, which, in many cases they had been – missionaries telling parents and relatives that children would be returned. 1,150 Haitian children were trafficked to America for religious indoctrination. Orphanages were emptied by evangelist ‘bargain hunters’.
According to the United Nations, human trafficking is: ‘The recruitment, transportation, transfer, harbouring or receipt of persons, by means of the threat or use of force or other forms of coercion, of abduction, of fraud, of deception, of the abuse of power or of a position of vulnerability or of the giving or receiving of payments or benefits to achieve the consent of a person having control over another person, for the purpose of exploitation’.
Anthea Butler wrote (Religion Dispatches, 2010), ‘The Real crux of the issue is this: These ten do-gooders walked into the trap many well meaning white evangelical Christians fall into: those poor brown/black/yellow/red people need My help. Jesus wants Me to help them … It’s what God called Me to do. It’s what God would want Me to do. The problem with the Me mentality of much of conservative Evangelical Christianity is that they often can’t see the We — the people of Haiti — who love their kids so much they’re willing to let some white people who claim to be ‘Christians’ take them away to what they promise will be ‘a better life’.
This life is often one of being subjected to mind control. Max Blumenthal (The Nightmare of Christianity, 2009), gives an account of what this may entail: ‘On an online chat room for former Pentecostals, (Matthew) Murray heaped contempt on his mother, Loretta, a physical therapist who homeschooled him to ensure that his contact with the outside world was severely limited. ‘My mother, Murray wrote, ‘is just a brainwashed church agent cunt. The only reason she had me was because she wanted a body/soul she could train into being the next Billy Graham. … my mother was into all the charismatic fanatical evangelical insanity. Her and her church believed that Satan and demons were everywhere in everything. The rules were VERY strict all the time. We couldn’t have ANY christian or non-christian music at all except for a few charismatic worship CD’s. There was physical abuse in my home. My mother … used psychotropic drugs because she somehow thought it would make it easier to control me. (I’ve never been diagnosed with any mental illness either). Pastors would always come and interrogate me over video games or tv watching or other things. There were NO FRIENDS outside the church and family and even then only family members who were in the church. You could not trust anyone at all because anyone might be a spy’.
‘Desperate to escape his parents’ rigid order, Murray joined YWAM’ – Discipleship Training School of Youth with a Mission – which trained youngsters to spread the gospel to under-evangelised Third World nations. But as soon as Murray enrolled at YWAM’s training center … he found himself trapped in an authoritarian culture even more restrictive than home. He realized that … the school’s training methods resembled ‘cult mind-controlling techniques’. Murray became paranoid, speaking aloud to voices only he could hear, according to a former roommate. He complained that six of his male peers had made a gay sex video and that others routinely abused drugs. Hypocrisy seemed to be all around him.
Two years later, Murray raged at two YWAM administrators during a Pentecostal conference his mother had dragged him to attend. The shocked staffers … warned Loretta Murray that her son ‘wasn’t walking with the Lord’. Within days (a) local pastor was allowed to burst into the young Murray’s room, rifle through his belongings, and leave with a satchel full of secular DVDs and CDs – apparent evidence of his depravity. Murray’s mother searched his room for satanic material every day afterward for three months, stripping him of his privacy and whatever was left of his love for her. … After the trauma-inducing raids, he concluded, ‘Christianity is one big lie.’
(The 2007 Colorado YWAM and New Life shootings occurred on December 9, 2007. In the early morning , 24-year-old Matthew Murray opened fire at the YWAM training centre in Arvada, Colorado, killing two people. Later that afternoon, he attacked the New Life Church in Colorado Springs, killing two more , before being shot and wounded by a member of the congregation. He then killed himself).
Terry Van Dell (Chico Enterprise-Record,2010) reported: ‘A fundamentalist religious philosophy that espouses corporal punishment to “train” children to be more obedient to their parents and God is now being investigated in connection with the death of a young Paradise girl and serious injuries to her sister … Prosecutors allege the two victims were subjected to “hours” of corporal punishment by their parents on successive days last Thursday and Friday with a quarter-inch-wide length of rubber or plastic tubing, which police reportedly recovered from the parents’ bedroom. Police allege that the younger girl was being disciplined for mis-pronouncing a word during a home-school reading lesson the day before she died. The two young girls reportedly sustained deep bruising and multiple “whip-like” marks on their back, buttocks and legs, which authorities believe resulted in significant muscle tissue breakdown that impaired their kidneys and possibly other vital organs’.
Peter Harrison’s blog (Reality Is My Religion, 2010), reported on Shepherds Hill Farm. ‘I will quote a teenager who attended SHF: “The SHF is a christian wilderness program, where we were indoctrinated and brainwashed with evangelical christian ideas”.
He gives various accounts of their methods: ‘For instance, there was a young boy at the program; he had problems in that he lied about nearly everything he said. He also wet his bed at night. Instead of getting professional medical advice, they automatically assumed the kid was doing it to be disobedient and cause problems. Their solution was to make this child strip to his underwear and bath in below zero water in front of everyone, then carry his mattress a mile up hill on his back to clean it. Followed by a lecture about sweet dear Jesus’.
The ‘Big Liars’ pride themselves on the obediance to authority (theirs) that they instil in their schools, with children chanting: ‘Obedience is listening attentively. Obedience will take instructions joyfully. Obedience heeds wishes of authorities, Obedience will follow orders instantly. For when I am busy at my work or play, and someone calls my name, I’ll answer right away! I’ll be ready with a smile to go the extra mile, as soon as I can say “Yes, sir!”, “Yes ma’am!” Hup, two, three!’
This is essentially a version of the Wehrmacht oath: “I swear by God this sacred oath that to the Leader of the German empire and people, Adolf Hitler, supreme commander of the armed forces, I shall render unconditional obedience and that as a brave soldier I shall at all times be prepared to give my life for this oath”. The underlying psychology of complete obediance to a dominant male is also shown in the loyalty oath of the SS: “What is your oath ?” – “I vow to you, Adolf Hitler, as Führer and chancellor of the German Reich loyalty and bravery. I vow to you and to the leaders that you set for me, absolute allegiance until death. So help me God!” “So you believe in a God ?” – “Yes, I believe in a Lord God.” “What do you think about a man who does not believe in a God ?” – “I think he is arrogant, megalomaniacal and stupid; he is not one of us”.
This is the Gestapo hell awaiting many orphans in America, their fate is to have self determination stripped from them, their ability to think independently being attacked by evangelical Nazis, which the American government condone by the half-lie that it is allowing freedom to express religious beliefs. The contradiction being that children are not given the same freedom to choose. When one persons freedom is anothers slavery, it is not freedom as a universal right that is being promoted, it is dictatorship – the freedom of the powerful to crush the freedom of the weak.
The get-a-loan-from-us-and-adopt-a-child business tycoons masquerading as celebrity pastors also fund American, anti-gay, anti-abortion, anti-welfare politicians, who pander for the votes of these SS evangelists; the same politicians that promote American economic expansionism, and the exporting of ‘American values’.
Their sights are set on Russia, which their evangelist army is infiltrating. Evangelist ‘mission goals’ are to ‘demonstrate the love of Jesus Christ to Russian orphans’. They also provide ’10-12 day mission trips to Eastern Ukraine to work with orphans’. Beneath smiling pictures of boys and girls, they ask for volunteers to pay to ‘join one of our trips’. They assume their motivation to be ‘desire to be obedient to the Great Commission’ … our mission trips ‘involve orphanage work, construction projects, evangelism outreaches, and prayer trips’. They ask volunteers to come with a ‘servant attitude’. Oh, those lucky Russian orphans about to be ‘Cambodianised’! They typically boast that ‘of all new converts in the churches they pastor, 85% come to faith as a direct result of the children who have been saved’ … ‘All the more reason to reach and disciple them while they are still young and impressionable’.
I ask why the SKY network give a platform to ‘Christian’ evangelist extremists? Their Muslim counterparts would be denied one.
I call on all revolutionary comrades to resist the perfidious onslaught of evangelist extremism. To expell these perpetrators of child trafficking from your countries. To fight for a fairer distribution of wealth, and for that wealth to be channeled into strategies which provide for the loving care of all children.
lenin nightingale 2014