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Crazy Pat Robertson Calls Quake A ‘Blessing in Disguise’ And Suggest A “Pact” With The Devil

So,Televangelist Pat Robertson suggested on his show, that this earthquake, as well as the other natural disasters that have fallen on Haiti, are a product of a ‘pact’ with the devil that has gone bad.

He also stated that  the quake is possibly a blessing in disguise and saying the Haitian people are cursed.

He actually said that God has cursed the Haitian people, and that the slaves won their freedom because they sold their souls to the devil.

White Christians are always saying that black people are cursed because of the sin of Ham,Noah’s son...The “curse of Ham” had been used by some members of Abrahamic religions to justify racism and the enslavement of people of Black African ancestry, who were believed to be descendants of Ham.

SOURCEhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Curse_of_Ham

Pat Robertson is just perpetuating a popular racial myth that requires that all descendants of Africa that are black, are in fact cursed by God, and thus are assumed to be on par with Satan, who was also cast out and cursed by God.

I choose to believe that all of this is a ridiculous fairy tale constructed to cause the unapologetic annihilation and genocide against the black man, worldwide.

Here is a link to the true story of the slave revolt that won the freedom for the black people in Haiti…

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haitian_Revolution

There is a significant disaster that has occurred in Haiti this week, and it is being reported that hundreds of thousands of souls may have perished in the earthquake.

We have disasters here in the USA from time to time, some natural, and some man made…are we also cursed by God, or what?

Reject this rampant religious Christian racism offered up by the likes of Pat Robertson, out of hand!

To believe that you are cursed is a sin, and any religion that believes this to be true for any reason at all,…is a false religion, and probably a cult.

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Follow this story here…

http://www.cnn.com/2010/US/01/13/haiti.pat.robertson/

http://www.upi.com/Top_News/US/2010/01/14/Evangelist-Quake-may-be-from-satanic-pact/UPI-87711263480272/

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2010/01/14/pat-robertson-haiti-react_n_423038.html

2 Responses to “Crazy Pat Robertson Calls Quake A ‘Blessing in Disguise’ And Suggest A “Pact” With The Devil”

  1. The truth is that they did make a pact with the devil.

    Now the significance you put on that pact I guess has to do with whether you believe the devil is real or not.

    But it is one of Haiti’s founding myths.

    http://muse.jhu.edu/login?uri=/journals/small_axe/v009/9.2laroche.html

    According to Haitian national history, the revolutionary war was launched on the eve of a religious ceremony at a place in the north called Bwa Kayiman (Bois Caiman, in French). At that ceremony on August 14, 1791, an African slave named Boukman sacrificed a pig, and both Kongo and Creole spirits descended to possess the bodies of the participants, encouraging them and fortifying them for the upcoming revolutionary war. Despite deep ambivalence on the part of intellectuals, Catholics, and the moneyed classes, Vodou has always been linked with militarism and the war of independence and, through it, the pride of national sovereignty.

    So, yeah if there is a devil, Haiti made a pact with it. Might explain why even though Haiti and the Dominican Republic share the same island, the Dominican Republic has been far more successful.

    • Interesting observations, and I appreciate your research here, it certainly shows us what Pat Robertson is referring to here.

      Whoever made this pact with the devil certainly did not have any actual power of possession over that part of the island…or why
      the need for help from the devil, and…why wouldn’t you ask the devil door the whole island?
      And…isn’t the whole devil concept a product of western christian practices, or just christian in general?

      i am not questioning the validity of your research here, but the information has sparked a couple of questions, that may affect it’s validity.
      Thanks!


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