It was bad enough that the first 1 min. 40 sec. of this video depicts Christian superstitions of “laying hands” and intercessory prayer for wealth, status and advancement. But then, Thomas Muthee, an African witchdoctor/minister, started rebuking witchcraft!
“Every form of witchcraft is what you rebuke in the name of Jesus.”
But who is this Pastor Thomas Muthee? He’s an evangalist from the African nation of Kenya that claims he moved to a town that he discovered had a presence of witchcraft. He eventually persecuted a woman for being a witch and causing the accidents and gain popular support through charismatic authority among the people there. In other words, he manipulated the people through a method of mass hysteria for personal gain. See the next video by Keith Oberman:
“Somebody shot a snake thought to be a demon.”
The fear about witchcraft in some African nations is very real. The witchcraft, of course, is pure myth and superstition, but the fear surrounding it is very, very real. So real, that the lives of children are constantly at risk by greedy pastors and ministers who are willing to fleece money from the parents, an extortion of cash, in order to “free” the children of the witchcraft.
The pastors are believed to have the ability to take witchcraft from a child or drive it out of a village. The methods they use are exploitation of the fear common people already have, inciting riots and hysteria, and the promise of certain death if what amounts to a ransom isn’t paid.
Sarah Palin’s pastor in the video above was one such pastor. Her guliblity gives insight into the kind of President we might have should the unthinkable happen to John McCain should he be elected.
If you didn’t watch any of the videos above, do watch this one. I think you’ll be surprised at the tragic nature of the very real problem of witchcraft in some African nations. It is, most definitely, a spell that needs to be broken.