Friday, April 15, 2016

Mark Armstrong Insinuates Obama Will Destroy the Nation

Another week, another denunciation of immigrants from Intercontinental Church of God's leader Mark Armstrong, son of Garner Ted Armstrong, grandson of Herbert Armstrong (April 15, 2016).

He scare mongers about health care reform.

He insinuates that imigrants are being let in as part of a conspiracy by the Democratic Party to demographically engineer the population so that they will vote for the Democratic Party.
They [Democratic Party presidential candidates] also dream of "free" college tuition, open borders, government entitlements for illegal immigrants with a pathway to citizenship.  That way the indoctrinated graduates and new citizens will be able to swing every future election toward the socialist party that gave them everything at the expense of others.  It's like a perpetual motion machine, devouring the nation from within. 
He condemns President Obama for concerning himself with gays in the military.
But we can take heart, knowing that American women have just been approved for the front lines of military combat, and homosexual "marriages" are applauded and celebrated by the top brass at the Pentagon!  A nationally televised interview with a recently retired general recalled a hastily called meeting of the top commanders of each of the armed services at the White House with the president.  The general described something close to an angry fit on the part of the president, mad that the "gay" culture had not been imposed upon the services more quickly.  Obviously, the continued employment of the high ranking commanders was at stake, and that likely explains the speed with which many of the reported changes have transformed the military services into a radical social experiment.
He scare mongers about Muslims in American Universities, citing an article from the far right WorldNetDaily.
Harvard University also is in the news for a big rally just conducted on its campus, featuring speakers promoting the return of the Muslim Brotherhood to power in Egypt along with participation by several other recognizable radical groups who routinely charge the United States with "war crimes" and third world abuse.  Harvard says they simply rented out space for the event.  But the university has accepted tens of millions of dollars from Middle Eastern donors and boasts the largest chapter of the Muslim Student Association, reported to be a branch of the Muslim Brotherhood. ... Further details can be found in [an] article ... at WorldNetDaily (
He insinuates that President Obama thinks ICG members are somehow responsible for global warming and Al Qaeda like terrorism in order to incite animosity among his followers against those outside of the group so that they will remain loyal to the group. He did that before. That seems to be a bit of a habit of his.
You realize that none of this has anything to do with the terrorist threat that exists in every state in the nation.  That would be islamaphobic.  Our president eagerly reminds us in the wake of every terrorist attack that Islam has nothing to do with terrorism, and says that the real problem is global warming.  According to his convoluted logic, global warming is primarily the fault of the prosperous western nations and largely responsible for terrorism.  Therefore, we have to realize that WE are the cause of all the anger and suffering of the terrorist class, and must be forced to change our way of life in order for the problem to be solved.  That might be a slight oversimplification, but ever so slight.
He insinuates that the US government is destroying the nation from within by spending too much.
And their [Homeland Security's] budget is only $50 billion per year, they claim.  Add that to all the other wonderful entitlements, foreign aid, green subsidies and on and on infinitum, and you've got countless ways our nation is being destroyed by supposedly good intentions.  The government's own auditors tell us that we're on a course to more debt than the whole economy produces.  How many ways can a government destroy the nation it governs?  Too many to count, and the leadership couldn't be more pleased with itself.
Like his father and gransfather he insists catastrophe will occur.
At this point you'd have to be completely blind to think that business as usual can survive.
More and more of the same Armstrongite scare mongering that the United States will soon collapse. In other words it is business as usual for this offshoot of Armstrongism.

(My thanks to Ambassador Watch for bringing Mark Armstrong to wider attention.)


  1. 'More and more of the same Armstrongite scare mongering that the United States will soon collapse.'

    Because an Armstrong said it God will not honor their false prophecies.

    The USA has defaulted before on some of its bonds, just so that you know. If a total economic collapse happens, which is unlikely as it takes years to progress, the government could fix the problem over the course of a weekend.

    The issuing of Treasury dollars replacing the Federal bank note. Both currencies could exist side by side for the time being, taking time to phase out the old Federal bank notes.

    This was discussed in some libertarian circles and there is much more to this than a paragraph or two could possible explain.

    So yes, if there is a collapse their are other solutions to solve the problem.

  2. Thank you for sharing your comment. The fact you posted here shows that care about the topic in discussion.

    "Because an Armstrong said it God will not honor their false prophecies."

    So true.

    As far the rest of the topic I will say that I am not quite sure what you are referring to with the previous default. If it is what I think you are referring to my understanding is that is was some sort of technicality because the paperwork was not filled out in time.

    I well remember when I read up about the US federal debt and I was stunned to learn that it was not that big a deal. So whenever some Armstrongite scare mongers about the US federal debt (LCG's Richard Ames seems inclined to do that) I cannot help but say that they happen to be wrong.