Christian TV Host Rick Wiles: “We Are Going to Impose Christian Rule in this Country”

Far-right Christian TV host Rick Wiles, who is deeply anti-Semitic, has declared that Christians are going to take back America from the Jews “and we are going to impose Christian rule”.

Wiles blames Jews for the legalization of abortion in the US and declared that “we would not have abortion in America if it was not for powerful, influential rich Jews in America”.

Right Wing Watch reports:

On Wednesday night’s episode of his “TruNews” program, during which he praised Alabama’s radical new anti-abortion law and warned that those who support reproductive rights will spend eternity being “aborted continuously forever” by demons in Hell, End Times broadcaster Rick Wiles also found time to blame Jews for the legalization of abortion in this nation in the first place, declaring that “we would not have abortion in America if it was not for powerful, influential rich Jews in America.”

Wiles returned to that theme on last night’s program, where he read from an op-ed in the Israeli paper Haaretz written by Debra Nussbaum Cohen, in which she argued that Alabama’s law is “a threat to my religious freedom as a Jew … because according to classical Jewish text and most rabbinic interpreters, a developing embryo or fetus is not ‘an unborn child’ or ‘person,’ but has the legal status of an appendage of the pregnant woman. It is part of her body, not a separate person, until the moment that a majority of a viable baby capable of independent life has been born.”

Progressive Secular Humanist has transcribed Wiles’s rant:

We Christians are standing up and pushing out Zionism. That’s what we’re doing. Zionism brought the slaughter of 65 million babies to America and we’re going to end it and we are going to impose Christian rule in this country .

Why are you imposing Judaism on me? Because that’s exactly what’s been done in America since 1973 with Roe v. Wade. Judaism was imposed on me, on my Christian nation and we became a Jewish nation that kills babies. That’s against my Christian beliefs.

Judaism became the law of the land in America. That’s precisely what the courts have ruled. They have based their rulings on the Zohar, on the Talmud, and now we have Zionistic Talmudic law ruling this country and resulting in the death of millions of babies.

We Christians are standing up and we’re telling you that we’re done with Zionism, we’re done with your values. We are going to impose Christian values in America again, whether you like it or not.

Christian TV Host Rick Wiles: “We Are Going to Impose Christian Rule in this Country” (

I am just as opposed to bullying from the Christian far right as I am to the same tactics from the far left.


this means we will…

treat others like we want to be treated. feed the poor. love one another.


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thanks for the chuckle

What’s funny is that Christian Evangelicals – 99% of them – are the most hardline Zionists in America, far more uncritical of Israel than American Jews are. [ ]

But maybe this nutjob Wiles can make a United Front with Omar.

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Yeah I much prefer a religion where we all dress in drag and get offended. On that note, I think I’m going to join the democratic party

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thanks for the intelligent reply

What always makes me laugh is how some of my fellow non-believers, namely the Lefties among them, get really worked up over non-existent Christian-based ‘terrorism’, but when Muslims behead people, machine-gun them, blow them up … oh, then it’s "they’re just a tiny minority, not representative of Islam at all, " …

And to compound the irony, Christians and Jews – provided they ‘submit’ and pay the dhimmi tax – have a protected place in Islamic society. (There are official Jewish representatives in the Iranian parliament.)

But if you’re an atheist under an Islamist state …you might quickly find out if there’s a God or not. [ Fisher, Max (10 Dec 2012). - “The seven countries where the state can execute you for being atheist” - ( The Washington Post . Retrieved 16 December 2012.

Though that list includes some dictatorships, the country that appears to most frequently condemn atheists to death for their beliefs is actually a democracy, if a frail one: Pakistan. Others include Saudi Arabia, Iran, Afghanistan, Sudan, the West African state of Mauritania, and the Maldives, an island nation in the Indian Ocean."

If you’re dealing with a particularly dense Christianity-hater, make them this offer: you will give them 1000 dollars for every Christian country where atheism is punishable by death, if they will give you ten dollars for every Islamic country where it’s punishable by death. If they’re reluctant to do this, accuse them of Islamophobia.

Make sure both of you put your money in the hands of an honest third party. You will end up 70 dollars better off.

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I don’t think that there is any chance of “Christian terrorism” because they will never get the political power to start such things. It has been seen in the past, however. Look at the early colonial history of the Puritans in Massachusetts and the Salem witch trials which were the most glaring example. Just become you call yourself “a Christian” does not mean that you will act like one.

But when you call yourself a liberal chances are you will act like one.

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Unlike Most Christians who rarely act christ like.

We need to draw a distinction between “liberal” and “progressive.” A liberal has respect for freedom and can accept differences of opinion. “A progressive” has a distinctly totalitarian approach that will listen to no opposing viewpoints and will “progressively” push for shutting down the opposition completely.

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When the Emperor Constantine - a pretty nasty guy, even by Roman emperor standards – decided to make Christianity the state religion, things changed enormously.

Rulers-in-power, and those who supported them, who were notional Christians, acted like all other rulers-in-power. They didn’t do the horrible things the did because of Christianity, but rather despite it.

The Left’s hatred of Christianity is really puzzling (until you understand that it’s just an aspect of their hatred of Western civilization as a whole).

Sometime a Lefty will claim that Jesus was really a socialist, and I don’t think that’s entirely wrong, assuming you take the New Testament account of His life as more or less accurate. []

Yes, good old Emperor Constantine I. Here is a copper Follis (a small amount of money) from his reign.

Obverse: Latin: IMP CONSTANTINVS P F AVG “Emperor Constantine, dutiful and patriotic, augustus”
Reverse: The sun god surrounded by the words SOLI INVICTO COMITI R F “The unconquerable Sun-God”

I guess this was before Constantine’s full death bed conversion to Christianity.

Certainly too many don’t. And outsiders blame Christ for it.

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My wife is very active in her church, and I sometimes attend (marriage is a compromise). The sermons are almost always some form of watered-down mild socialism – "We must help those worse off than us, we must address the unfair distribution of wealth in the world, " etc. Abstractly, perfectly fine, but it’s clear that the speaker does not mean people who are poor for reasons not of their own making … this distinction is never made, at least not in any sermon I have ever heard. Nor do we ever hear injunctions about being prudent, investing the talents your have been entrusted with, etc.

It used to be said, in the 19th Century, that the Church of England was the Tory Party at prayer. Now it’s the Labour Party at prayer.

And many of these people in my wife’s church do go out and do things for the poor: we have periodic money collections for the homeless (so they can get a better class of drugs), tinned food collections for the local Food Bank, etc. These Christians support a school for Palestinian and Jewish children in Israel/Palestine.

Good for them. Let the spoiled-brat atheist kids sneer at these people. And remind me of how many hospitals in Africa atheists have funded.

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They blame the hypocrisy of the followers

At least Christians have something to measure how they should act. Unlike those who follow CNN hosts.

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Imagine not being able to derive a sense of right and wrong from within

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This is an interesting point … one of those unanswerable philosophical dilemmas, like free will.

Let’s say @Gene and MrSelfish both find wallets, each with several hundred dollars in it, plus the name and aaddress of the owner.

I am absolutely sure @Gene would return it, probably even paying the postage himself if necessary. As, I’ll bet, everyone here would. (Okay, almost everyone, let’s not be naive.) His inner sense of right and wrong made him do this.

MrSelfish, on the other hand, keeps the money and throws the wallet away. His inner sense of right and wrong made him do this.

Are they morally equal? Each followed his ‘inner sense of right and wrong’.

If they’re not morally equal, if you condemn MrSelfish, why do you do so? His inner sense of right and wrong is just different from yours. You like coffee, he likes tea, you don’t condemn him for that.

So on what grounds do you condemn him? (Assuming you do.)

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