Creepy Business – Ted Cruz Father: My Son “Annointed” To “Take Control of Society”..

We have previously outlined the approach the Karl Rove/Lee Atwater GOPe types will use to take down Ted Cruz. –HERE– Cruz supporters are intensely committed to avoid vetting him and this presents a serious issue because when you don’t confront the problems you set yourself up for severe failure.

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The approach of “proselytizing as an electoral strategy” will bring money from intensely religious followers – but can never win a broad based election. The following article from 2013 highlights how the GOPe will bring down Cruz as soon as his usefulness is expired.

[2013 – TEXAS] In a sermon last year at an Irving, Texas, megachurch that helped elect Ted Cruz to the United States Senate, Cruz’ father Rafael Cruz indicated that his son was among the evangelical Christians who are anointed as “kings” to take control of all sectors of society, an agenda commonly referred to as the “Seven Mountains” mandate, and “bring the spoils of war to the priests”, thus helping to bring about a prophesied “great transfer of wealth”, from the “wicked” to righteous gentile believers.

[video, below: excerpts from Rafael Cruz sermon, and from the July 2013 anointing of Texas U.S. Senator Ted Cruz]

[…] Discussion of the now-notorious speech by Rafael Cruz has missed the fact that Ted Cruz was subsequently blessed and anointed by prominent dominionist pastors, in effect as a “king” in the political/governmental sphere, at a special blessing ceremony at the Marriott Hotel in Des Moines, Iowa, at a July 19th-20th 2013 rally designed to draw pastors into politics.

But in a very real, mundane sense Ted Cruz has already helped deliver hundreds of millions of dollars, or more, to the evangelical right. Cruz’ past service – as a “king” who brought “spoils to the priests” – is a matter of established record; as I revealed in a prior story, no less than a top adviser to President George W. Bush has stated that in 1999 Ted Cruz played a major role in helping the Bush for President campaign lock down the conservative evangelical vote in the 2000 election.

One can interpret the “great transfer of wealth” — predicted by Ted Cruz’ father Rafael Cruz, and by Pastor Larry Huch, who threw his Texas megachurch’s considerable heft behind the 2012 Cruz for Senate campaign — in magical terms, sure.

But Ted Cruz’ apparently notable role in getting George W. Bush into the presidency led in turn to Bush’s “Faith Based Initiative” – that continues to this day under two successive Obama administrations and which, during the Bush years, funneled billions of dollars to churches and institutions associated with the religious right.

In other words, the “great transfer of wealth” is about more than wishful thinking. It’s about an ongoing effort, by leaders and institutions of the evangelical right, to gradually gobble up the secular sphere of government. (read more)

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This Raphael/Ted Cruz approach at garnering both “influence and affluence” is similar to how Glenn Beck changed his media-approach and began focusing heavily on religion. Their ongoing relationship is not coincidental and is a profound liability if Cruz was intent on winning a presidential election. Common sense is needed here in large doses.

Beck showcases his choice to use religion as a financial tool with ruses and schemes like the “Soccer Ball and Teddy Bear” outreach to the illegal alien children nonsense in the summer of 2014. This year he’s trying the same approach with his “Save the Christian Syrian” program. Both programs supported by Ted Cruz.

In 2014 many people were wondering why Ted Cruz would get involved with Glenn Beck in the insufferable Obama-created UAC “Humanitarian Crisis” ploy to benefit influxes of illegal aliens. The answer then, as now, was clearly money – but many did not want to see it at the time.

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However, you’ll note that on each fundraiser (UAC and Syrian Christians) as soon a sunlight changes public opinion – Beck drops the activity, ie. fundraising.

Fundraising – it’s all about fundraising. Behind every program, process, maneuver, etc you’ll find the commonality of money or the quest for “affluence”.

[…] In a sermon last year at an Irving, Texas, megachurch that helped elect Ted Cruz to the United States Senate, Cruz’ father Rafael Cruz indicated that his son was among the evangelical Christians who are anointed as “kings” to take control of all sectors of society, an agenda commonly referred to as the “Seven Mountains” mandate, and “bring the spoils of war to the priests”, thus helping to bring about a prophesied “great transfer of wealth”, from the “wicked” to righteous gentile believers. (read more)

Again, honesty and common sense. This is creepy stuff right here, even for those who are devout faith-based Christians….. and Senator Ted Cruz is not stupid.

So ask yourself, if Candidate Ted Cruz isn’t stupid,…. and Candidate Ted Cruz understands this will appear ‘way out there’ to the general electorate,…. why would he continue down this narrow road?

Perhaps if you honestly answer that question you’ll recognize why the Cruz campaign immediately stopped discussing their proposed “pathway to victory” with anyone who has a strong in-depth understanding of the geography.

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41 Responses to Creepy Business – Ted Cruz Father: My Son “Annointed” To “Take Control of Society”..

  1. avogadra says:

    Spelling police: It’s “anointed” – no double n. And yes, it is creepy.

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  2. Wide Awake says:

    Ok Cruz supporters – I really like you guys. And because of you, I have tried hard to like this guy. But I just don’t get it. Yeah, he’s smart, but really weak. He has potential, but has much to learn before leading this nation. This type of preaching (video) is why many people have left church. Years of false predictions from those who claim to be prophets. Obsession of wealth from pastors who live well on your collective wages (unlike Paul who worked a full time job) Out of touch with reality, forgetting that God put us IN THE WORLD. They are too heavenly bound, to be any earthly good. In a country that took a hard left & elected Obama TWICE, this kind of religiosity will destroy any chance Cruz has for POTUS. He hasn’t ACCOMPLISHED anything for God’s people in the Senate yet, so perhaps he should stay there longer. Just like Sarah & Abraham – Cruz is jumping the gun. And we all know how THAT turned out. It’s just not his time folks.

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  3. amwick says:

    Well, anyone who was baptized has been anointed, in a sense. Most of us didn’t get the whole king treatment though. Thanks SD, but creepy is an understement. .

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  4. El Torito says:

    Cruz doesn’t need Rove to take him out – he seems to be handling it fine on his own.

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  5. Dora says:

    Look who his donors are.

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  6. waltherppk says:

    Annointed…….or lubricated?

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  7. Sam says:

    I am a Christian and I don’t agree with this Seven Mountains interpretation. I think it amounts to taking scripture out of context. God did not want ancient Israel to have a king but the people insisted, so they got King Saul. After Saul proved disappointing to God, the prophet Samuel anointed David to be Saul’s successor. The kings period eventually passed, with most kings more wicked than the previous king. Josiah is notable as an exception.

    Yes, Revelation or Apocalypse says Christians will reign with Christ, but we aren’t there yet. There is very little foundation for Cruz and Huch’s interpretation, IMHO. Man in general has dominion over the earth, but as regent, not king. The King has yet to return.

    I can see why people find dominion or Seven Mountains doctrine creepy. I think it’s creepy too and it’s dangerous to have someone who thinks he has been anointed act as a king. Despots arise from this kind of situation.

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    • georgiafl says:

      The emphasis on treasure for the priests is unseemly…especially after all the Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker and the other prosperity preachers and self-proclaimed prophets and apostles fleecing the sheep on the evangelical and charismatic side of the church.

      On the other end of the spectrum, we have the s3xual predator priests and social justice gospel, communism and promotion of homos3xuality.

      These days, there is as much distrust of the church as there is for politicians.

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      • Sam says:

        Yes, there’s the danger that attractive or charismatic preachers will fleece, abuse or mislead their followers. A lot of that goes on, unfortunately. Capturing treasure for ministers, priests or prophets strikes me as unseemly too. The only kind of treasure preachers should seek are souls converted to Christianity – and then preachers must give all the glory to God lest they go astray from arrogance and hubris.

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  8. BenY says:

    If this ever gets out and Cruz needs to respond I will be unable to contain myself waiting to see how he spins this to sound like he against it, not part of it, or how it really means something else.

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  9. auscitizenmom says:

    All I have to say to Ted is, “NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!

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  10. John Galt says:

    8 years of spooky religious stuff is quite enough.

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  11. southernbychoice says:

    I never liked Cruz–I am F. Early in 2013 when their was buzz about Cruz running for President I heard 2 youtube interviews with Cruz w/2 different interviewers. Both of them asked Cruz about being born in Canada. Both times he replied, “..I’m a citizen by birth my mother was or is a citizen.’
    Sorry, I can not remember whether he used the present or past tense. Maybe a year or two later I listened to another youtube interview and he was asked again about his eligibility to run for President. This time he replied, I’m a natural born citizen, I’m a citizen by birth, my mother was/is a citizen.”

    He knows he is not Constitutionally qualified to be President. I think of him as being an Elmer Gantry also–using religion to get people to vote for him. For shame.

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    • flintriverdawg says:

      Funny how folks once thought The Donald to be some sort of Trojan horse, with a hidden agenda, possibly a ruse to get Hillary elected. However, from the beginning, I was unable to support Cruz, precisely because he is the candidate most easily demonized (McCarthyized, if you will) by the left in a general election. You have to remember, before Trump, Cruz was the most evil, extreme republican there was to the Left. They are distracted now by Trump, and want Cruz to take him out. Because they know they can easily destroy Cruz. There are issues Cruz is totally vulnerable on, and this article, and the responses point them out. The citizenship issue, the TPP issue, the Goldman-Sachs connection, and the ultra creepy subject of the article, all belie his conservative credentials.
      Cruz as the nominee is the democrats pipedream. Trump as the nominee is the Uniparty’s worst nightmare. Now, can Trump survive a brokered convention?

      Geeze, I think Im coming around ya’ll.

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  12. I haven’t seen any father of a politician this crazy since Ron Paul. I would be spooky if I were still in favor of Cruz, but I dumped him for Trump.

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  13. RINOKiller says:

    The RINOmey nuclear option is on deck

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  14. Athena the Warrior says:

    The funniest thing is that his hardcore supporters are daring Trump to attack him because he’s as clean as a whistle, a Boy Scout! Karl Rove is drooling at the prospect of unleashing the MSM, Fox all over this. How they don’t see that is beyond me.

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  15. socabill says:

    Did a bit of research. this strikes me hard as a cultish form of Theocracy dressed up as small “c” christian thought. It’s  the “prosperity gospel” on steroids.

    I went to about 10 sites and this just about sums it up without going into the weeds too much. (Google is your friend, sometimes.)

    From: http://www.deonvsearth.com/7-mountain-mandate-exposed-deception/

    The 7 Mountain Strategy is essentially a religious idea that teaches Christians that the only way they can impact society for GOD is by penetrating the 7 cultural spheres (or mountains) of society.

    The 7 Mountains are…

    Arts & Entertainment
    Business
    Education
    Family
    Government
    Media
    Religion

    Where Did The 7 Mountain Strategy Originate?

    Bill Bright

    According to several sources, the earliest occurrence of the 7 Mountain strategy was in 1975 by an American preacher known as Bill Bright.
    Bill Bright is famously known for being the creator and founder of Campus Crusade — an interdenominational organization that promotes worldwide evangelism.

    According to the legend, Bill Bright and Loren Cunningham (another prominent Christian) were sitting down having lunch together when God simultaneously gave them both a message [Danger, Will Robinson!] to give to one another — and that message essentially said that in order to impact any nation for Jesus Christ — they must impact the seven spheres (or mountains) of any society. [oh, really? Like, say, the Roman Empire?]

    It was this that lead to the creation of the “7 Mountain Strategy” ideology that we commonly see spreading in the Christian arena today.

    The 7 Mountains Strategy: ‘New World Order’ repackaged for Christian
    Whether the story about these men is true or not — I cannot say,
    but one thing we can point out for sure is that this ideology is un-biblical not to mention very deceptive.

    This ideology teaches Christians that in order to influence any civilization for Christ, they must first infiltrate the different sectors of humanity and “take them over”.

    Clearly the early apostles did not know about this doctrine considering the fact that they spent the majority of their time…

    Being Poor
    Being Beaten
    Being thrown in Jail
    Being Stoned
    Being crucified 

    Now I ask you, does this sound like the apostles were “Dominating” any sectors of society?

    In fact, it sounds like they were doing the complete opposite.

    They did not dominate Arts & Entertainment because no one wanted to hear what they had to say.
    They did not dominate Business because they were poor
    They did not dominate Education because they were considered Fools.
    They did not dominate Family because they LEFT their families to preach the Gospel
    They did not dominate Government because they were often in Jail.
    They did not dominate Media because they were virtually kicked out of any city they went into.
    They did not dominate Religion because they were stoned and Crucified for believing the Gospel of Christ.

    So apparently the apostles did not dominate ANY of the 7 Mountains.

    Gee, I wonder how Christianity got so widespread without all this earthly power?

    If this is the crap that Cruz has grown up with, and he buys into even a bit of it,  I’d say he may be more of a danger than an AA 7th day Adventist that believes the pyramids were built to store grain and has a black Jesus picture in his house (although those two are certainly are enough).

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    • Dedee says:

      Great post, thank you!!!

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    • laineethecat says:

      I agree with you completely that this is creepy. However, those areas of society are the same ones that the cultural Marxists decided had to be infiltrated by them. They came up with this plan out of Columbia University in the 1930’s, and they have been pretty successful.
      I think there needs to be a strong pull from the right to get the paradigm pendulum swinging back to the right, but I hope it settles on Americanism and the contract of the Constitution rather than heavy-handed religious or atheistic ideologies.

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  16. Lou Dobbs will be discussing TRUMP, the GOP establishment’s plot, and ban on muslimbs tonight.

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  17. tz says:

    great transfer of wealth? TARP bailing out his wife’s employer?

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  18. Veritas says:

    Pathetic. If you don’t like Cruz then you gotta love Obama-Hildabeast. This is why the GOP collapses. Is there a name for the condition that some of these posters demonstrate?

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  19. furtiveadmirer says:

    NIGHT OWL TRUMP TWEET 4:11AM Dec 11 2015

    “Looks like @tedcruz is getting ready to attack. I am leading by so much he must. I hope so, he will fall like all others. Will be easy!”

    TED CRUZ TWEET
    “Establishment’s only hope: Trump & me in a cage match.

    Sorry to disappoint — @realDonaldTrump is terrific ”
    9:03 AM – 11 Dec 2015

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