Thursday, December 04, 2003


There was a mailing in my box yesterday, saved by a coworker who thought I might want to add it to my Ignatius file. It doesn't really fit. It's certainly bizarre enough, but it's too hateful to savor. It's also too foul to put a link to here although the writer does have a website.

It's from a "ministry" that believes in all sorts of Zionist conspiracies. There are rantings about the Jewish people and Satan seeded amid dire warnings that the world is being duped. It's also chuck full of offers to buy various books and periodicals touting much the same hatred.

I did find some of it humorous. Like the allegation that televangelists are giving secret signs of the devil.

The purveyor of this brilliance contends these candid shots of televangelists prove their link to Satan because of their hand gestures.

That's not the funny part.

The funny part is that this "ministry" is based in Austin, Texas. Home of the University of Texas Longhorns.

You know, "Hook 'em horns!"

No wonder this guy sees the devil all around him...of course some of my Texas Aggie friends might agree with him there.