Saturday, July 11, 2009

Could it be what they call "projection" in psychology?

For a long time the far right has accused liberals of conspiring to establish a world government. I've been a liberal (or progressive) for a long time and I can attest to the fact that people on the left are simply not that unified or organized. (As Will Rogers was fond of saying, "I'm not a member of any organized political party. I'm a Democrat.")

However, the same cannot be said for those on the right:

Ensign's "C Street House" Owned By Group Touting Plans For Christian World Control

Most recently covered by MSNBC's Rachel Maddow (1, 2), Washington D.C.'s "C Street House" has over the past two weeks become the center of a media firestorm. Along with GOP Senator Tom Coburn, sex-scandal embroiled GOP leaders Senator John Ensign and South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford have been tied to the row house, assessed to be worth 1.84 million dollars, which is registered as a church and provides Washington politicians with substantially lower than market rate rent. Coburn and Ensign have lived at the C Street house, while Sanford has participated in its Bible study group.

According to the Washington Post the house is owned by Youth With a Mission D.C. Youth With a Mission is one of the most extensive Christian fundamentalist para-church organizations on Earth, and YWAM founder leader Loren Cunningham has publicly outlined a vision for Christian world-control.

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