Ted Cruz’s Father: My Son “Anointed” 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–  Democrats would also use a similar approach if they ever had the need.  Senator Cruz personifies their ideal opponent. 

Most of Ted Cruz supporters are severely religious, and/or they are part of the financial enterprises surrounding religion.  As a direct consequence both elements are intensely committed to avoid vetting him.  This head-in-sand approach presents a serious issue – when they don’t confront the problems they’re set up for catastrophic failure.

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The approach of “proselytizing as an electoral strategy” will bring money from intensely religious followers – but it 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…..

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204 Responses to Ted Cruz’s Father: My Son “Anointed” To “Take Control of Society”..

  1. This is the whole Prosperity Christianity that’s being preached in a lot of churches, which is an abomination. They worship themselves more than they worship God. A lot of the Catholic Social Services do good works, but I’ve read they also are the main places that run the immigrant and refugee centers and therefore advocate for more immigrants and refugees to the harm of the country.

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    • CHX says:

      “I’ve read they also are the main places that run the immigrant and refugee centers”

      Not just refugees – Catholic charities direct large percentages of fund-endowments to institutions that openly funnel it to Muslims. It seems like the Catholic church is really abandoning it’s flock – they pumps charity fund into NGO’s that promote multiculturalism etc. I know Catholics that are really struggling financially at the moment, and yet they always donate. I have suspicions that this pope, coming from a socialist nation in the developing world – has latched on to this theory that White Christians are mostly wealthy, bank accounts that don’t run out – and he needs to make things more equitable by redistributing Catholic funds to non-Christians.

      The pope was one of the most enthusiastic advocates of the Muslim migration wave to Europe’s. He all but begged more migrants to come to Europe, where he would help clothe and feed them by re-purposing Catholic charity funds. Who knows what his reasoning was – it has occurred to me this pope doesn’t have much love for the first/world West – every-time I’m hear him talk he seems to be chiding us into making more sacrifices. Meanwhile – we watch videos from Europe of migrants burning brand new clothing and blankets donated to them as fuel for their campfires. Some poor Catholic might have put them to better use.

      The part that made me angry was when he offered to house a few Muslim families in the Vatican itself. Meanwhile, Italy has plenty of homeless people (many likely Catholic) sleeping rough on the streets. Apparently though, the Vatican has empty apartments with free-rent – the only catch is: Muslims only. This pope seriously had excess capacity to house & feed the needy – yet homeless Catholics need not apply. This is an absolute betrayal – homeless Catholic men may have frozen to death on the street – but the pope doesn’t want them to mess up the bedding and welcome party for some yet-to-be-chosen Muslim migrant family – who of course have many options from state institutions and NGOs of where to stay.

      Now all the Pope’s invited migrants arrive – and behave exactly as everyone not-PC predicted. Rape, theft, harassment – mooching strained state resources and generally trying their best to place their host nations under societal strain. And the pope comes out and calls it WW3.. After the Pope invited and welcomed the enemy into our communities, forces us to excuse their appalling behavior, and then starts talking of WW3 as though anyone in the West would fight for the guy who lowered the gates.

      Maybe the pope is stupid enough to believe a devout Muslim minority will nudge secular citizens back towards religion. No chance – the Catholic Church just imported another cultural enemy – and Islamists already have bridgeheads into Western academia and social policy. The pope won’t be allowed to display a cross in St Pauls Cathedral soon.
      Italy itself, due to this migration, has altered demographically – when they do eventually assume the majority – I wonder if they will let the Pope renew his lease on the Vatican.
      Not a single one of these migrants will convert to Catholicism – any inter-marriage that occur will involve Catholics converting to Muslims.

      Who’s side is this guy on?

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      • lokelautoo says:

        This man is a False Pope who is beginning to endorse Chrislam and is involving himself politically in the affairs of countries when he should be shepherding the Roman Catholic Church. He is a proponent of the New World Order. I wonder, just for myself sometimes, why the True Pope is in retirement whilst the Church is being misled by the False Pope.

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  2. shiloh1973 says:

    Holy cow just found another connection I had been looking for. There are two billionaire brothers in Texas. They made their money in the oil fracking business. Farris and Dan Wilks. They gave 15 million dollars to a Cruz super pac. They are heavily tied to David Barton too and seem to follow the creepy religion.
    http://prospect.org/article/meet-billionaire-brothers-you-never-heard-who-fund-religious-right

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  3. shiloh1973 says:

    Right, Ted Cruz the outsider my hiney. Darwin Deason, a big Cruz donor is tied to the Koch brothers and to David Barton. Rep. Steven King’s son Jeff is coordinating Cruz’s ground game in Iowa.
    http://www.cnn.com/2015/11/08/politics/ted-cruz-super-pac-abandoned-plans/

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  4. mad3703 says:

    This is a great pic of Trump and Cruz during a commercial break at the debate. Captions anyone? 160115-trump-cruz-gty-1160.jpg

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  5. TheseTruths says:

    This article explains a lot, in that it appears that Beck and Cruz are of the same mindset. My takeaway is that they are not championing the most basic American principle: freedom. If they are promoting a movement that wants to CONTROL society in any way, that is antithetical to letting the people decide how we want to be governed in this representative republic.

    American society was not meant to be controlled by any one group. Who are they to say they know what is best for our country, to the extent that they think they can rule it to the exclusion of others? This explains Beck’s longing for “another George Washington.” Maybe he thinks he has found that person in Cruz. He acts as if this is the way it has to be, as if it were manifest destiny or as if they have had divine revelation.

    It’s a dangerous way of thinking, and un-American. I believe America was founded on Christian principles, but that doesn’t mean the Founders were all Christians, and it doesn’t mean we are to have a theocracy. “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.” Liberty involves not having someone control you or your society. People who want to deny THAT are taking on the role of God. This is not only heretical, but also un-American.

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    • singtune says:

      Dominionism is the “Pathway” to the “One World Religion” the NWO Global Elite want installed~ around the World!

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    • Mark says:

      “I believe America was founded on Christian principles…”

      No. It is quite plain and evident due to the 240 years of history behind us, the Founders very own words, the US Constitution and the Federalist Papers they left behind, that the US was not and never was intended to be ‘founded on Christian principles’.

      PERIOD.

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  6. The Jackalope's Voice says:

    I would offer a material dialectic correction to Sundance’s statement, “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.”

    While that is what Big Christianity may preach to their believers, the reality is to allow Big Christianity to feed at that tax payer funded trough. Beware when The State Church of the Sacred Heartt of No Redeemer passes the collection plate to prevent cultural decline. Human Nature says, ” you get the Behavior you reward.

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  7. Steve Dutch says:

    “This head-in-sand approach presents a serious issue – when they don’t confront the problems they’re set up for catastrophic failure.”

    Wow, exactly what I’ve been saying to liberals for years. If they don’t confront the real reasons people support the Tea Party, instead of rationalizing it as racism or religious fanaticism, they’ll get hammered. Quit the pointless attacks on merely symbolic religious gestures like putting the Ten Commandments on a courthouse wall, quit defending sociopaths, quit seeing the answer to social problems as more taxes or regulations on the law abiding.

    And I invariably get lots of all caps and exclamation points. Keep your head in the sand guys. Oh, and you do know ostriches don’t actually do that, right?

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  8. THE MAD RUSSIAN says:

    ted cruz is the martin sheen character in the stephen king film THE DEAD ZONE

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  9. Infamous007 says:

    This stuff is dangerous. Years ago, I left a church that decided to start teaching these same concepts. No longer is the great commission the focus, the seven mountain mandates became focus and the gross misinterpretation of 2 chronicles 7:14. They replace the names of the biblical heroes of the faith with their names and read their life story as their life and expect greater results.

    Every candidate they have endorsed has faltered. Look at Sarah plain ( Google ” wasilia Assembly of God” and Google “Sarah plain Deborah anointing” and this YouTube link http://youtu.be/fWBPy4w9w1s ) and in the last election they backed Rick perry.

    What is even more dangerous with these guys is the venomous talk about their enemies (defined as anyone who disagrees with them or gets in their way) that comes out caustic and vitriolic using the Mia applied phrase “touch not mine anointed” (1chronicles 16:22 and psalms 105:15) wishing God to place curses on their lives or what a friend likes to term as “charismatic witchcraft”

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  11. ches1 says:

    Nothing says kingliness, like being crowned at a Marriott, in Des Moine.

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  12. Frank Adams says:

    Yes Glenn, we need to vote for Trump, so that Smarmy Constitutional lawyer from Goldman Sachs has a shot at Scalia’s seat.

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  14. Ashleigh says:

    Spooky, i know that punk can lie like a dog, i didn’t have him on my ballot, i am registered dempcrat and i just voted to say no to Hillary Clinton, general it does not impact ballot since all parties listed, ii never vote straight ticket because i think its not a wise idea so i vote based on discernment. Sanders anf trump are the only two i like. They are too outspoken to be shady. How in the heck do you get past the cheaters firewalls. Cheat team is definitely Ted Cruz and Hillary Clinton, and our governor McCrory is a wolf in really thin sheep clothing, no i Will not vote for him. Depending on who is on main, if neither, i will check out any wild third party, if none i like and i can actually trust write in, I’ll write in. If not, I’ll just write in a smart remark like fred flinstone, lol. Just no one poisoning people like flint and this state, but i can tell intention so I’ll just see, unless i get pissed off because ofcheating and right candidates not there, May not even bother to waste my time. Good insight, no one likes him here, we call him Booger Cruz or stinky so he’s not very popular lol.

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