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Question:  "Separation between Church and State."  Who coined the Phrase?  Give up?  Answer:   Thomas Jefferson - one of the founding fathers of this geat Nation and a creator of the U.S. Constitution and the First Amendment to that same Constitution.  Thomas Jefferson, in 1802, wrote a Letter to the Dansbury Baptist Convention, referring to the First Amendment to the US Constitution.  In it he said:

"Believing that religion is a matter which lies solely between man and his God, that he owes account to none other for his faith or his worship, that the legislative powers of government reach actions only, and not opinions, I contemplate with sovereign reverence that act of the whole American people which declared that their Legislature should 'make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof,' thus building a wall of separation between Church and State."





By Brother Anonymous

wpe261.jpg (7711 bytes)In the early 90s, there was a movement within the Republican Party which displaced many traditional members, and replaced them with younger people. At first, those who had been displaced interpreted this as a natural cycle of events, and welcomed the dedication and energy the new members brought with them.

Gradually, however, it became obvious to those who had been 'displaced' that they had in fact been dumped, kicked out of their own Party, and that there was actually something very disturbing about the agenda of the new members, and their involvement with the Religious Right.

Thus was born the Committee of Traditional Republicans, who took it upon themselves to finance the research they felt was needed in order to understand the new forces that were taking over the GOP.  Part of this research involved sending operatives undercover to learn about the powerful backstage maneuvering of the Christian Coalition.  This Web Published document was written by one of those agents.

It is very likely that the Religious Right will attempt to counter the charges made in this document by means of a tactic they have used before: a showcase gathering of representatives from a cross-section of America's religious organizations and faiths, designed to mislead the public, and show that the Christian Coalition is utterly nonpartisan. Anybody who reads this document will not be fooled.

NOTE: Since this document was published in the late 90s, there have been additional groups who have taken over the Christian Coalitions power and subversive activities.  This website will expose them too: The Family, etc.




Chapter 1 In The Beginning

Chapter 2 Basic Training

Chapter 3 The Con Game

Chapter 4 You're In The Army Now

Chapter 5 The Fleecing

Chapter 6 Ministerial Franchises

Chapter 7 Where There's Smoke ...

Chapter 8 How To Lose 501(c)3

Chapter 9 Resign - Or Else!

Chapter 10 Power Players And The Plays

Chapter 11 True Religious Freedom

Chapter 12 The Word According To Pat

Bibliography and Notes

Is There a Real Right Wing Conspiracy?

Enemies of Religious Freedom


After this article was prepared, we had the 9-11 incident where an Arab Fundamentalist Ultra Right organization conspired to kill several thousand Americans in the World Trade center.  This is not to equate Osama Be Laden with Pat Robertson or Jerry Falwell or Congressman Delay or any of the miriad Christian Right organizations in the US.  But it does show the dangers from religious fanatics.

Although this piece was written about one Christian Right organization.  It also applies to several other Christian Right organizations which are conspiring to change our way of life to fit their agenda.   It may be Christian Theocracy of Heritage Foundation or it may be to take over Congress with The Family as several conservative industrialist want to do.  But in any case, this article is about the Christan "compassionate conservative" Ultra Right presence in the US.

I am a spy.  An undercover agent.  I have changed my identity, slipped across the battle lines, and blended into the ranks of the enemy.  But no, it's not what you think.  I'm not in a foreign country, and I haven't infiltrated another world power.  I'm right here in the United States, and the enemy is all around us. It's called the Christian Coalition, and my story reveals how this group of dedicated Americans is trying to steal this country right out from under us.

Most people are skeptical, and I don't blame them.   But I spent months attending Christian Coalition meetings, conventions, and training sessions, wired for sound, secretly taping speeches and conversations about their plans for an orchestrated strategy that will place their people in every possible public office from the local school board all the way to the White House.  They know the value of the pulpit, and they are using it as a rallying point for their cause, hijacking Christian Churches, pastors and congregations in their single-minded campaign for power.

The Christian Coalition claims to be non-partisan and non-political, stating that their only function is simply to provide information that will educate voters about candidates' positions on matters affecting a Christian agenda. In fact, the group wants the political power to control this country, and works stealthily behind the scenes to promote their own interests, actively supporting the candidates who will help them achieve their goals.

(editors note: There is a CD that accompanied this original printed book and contains recordings that are simply astounding. They are the actual words spoken by members of the Christian Coalition including its founder, Pat Robertson - and they vividly prove that what this person says is frighteningly true. )


America was created by people who came from other parts of the world to live in a free society that believed in the separation of church and state. A  few short years later, we are faced with the return of some of the conditions which caused our forefathers to flee their home lands in the first place.

The Religious Right, under the banner of the Christian Coalition, is determined to use any and every means possible to violate the churches that have always been the beacons of American freedom, and through them achieve the political power they so desperately crave.  It's a shame; it's an outrage; it's a crime; and it's happening right under everybody's nose.

Pat Robertson founded the Christian Coalition in 1989 after he failed in his bid to become President of the United States.  He reasoned that if he couldn't get to the White House as a democratically elected candidate of the American public, then he would create an organization that would open the way for him, by eliminating his opposition and electing the Conservative Religious Right Christians of his choice which was BUSH.

Since then, he and his family and inner circle have been working hard at making his vision come true. Robertson's tactics in several areas will be explored later in these pages, but his most outrageous strategy is the main subject of this book. The Christian Coalition is infiltrating churches throughout the country, playing on the sincerity and, in many cases, naiveté of pastors and congregations, and making them all part of Pat Robertson's political machine. But churches, generally speaking, are not political. Most pastors understand that their role is spiritual, and politics is secular. So how does Pat Robertson manage to "use" churches? That is to a large extent what this book is all about.

All over America, in large cities and small towns, the Christian Coalition has set up "stealth" training centers. These are boot camps for the troops, where Coalition members are taught how to infiltrate churches and bring them around to the new agenda of the Religious Right. Initially, efforts are concentrated on the pastor, with Coalition lieutenants attempting to convince him that in order to be relevant in today's world the church must address prevailing political realities. If this does not work, then the focus shifts to key staff members, the church board or significant supporters. The constant message is that it is the church's responsibility to provide information which can help Christian congregations make the right decisions in any elections. Eventually, a constituency is developed which will in turn put pressure on the pastor if he has resisted the Coalition's overtures thus far. The pastor is now caught in a wicked trap, and may no longer have any alternative but to capitulate.

Once the change has been accomplished and the church starts getting political, this can provoke deep divisions among its members. In a typical scenario, a national magazine quoted a former church member as saying, "I don't go to church to hear about politics and world events. I can get that in the newspaper and on TV. I go to church to hear the word of God."

When pastors complain that Christian Coalition tactics are driving members from their fold, the standard word from Virginia Beach is, "Praise God. If people are getting uncomfortable with your message and walking out, this means you must be doing something right."

The purpose of this book is to expose this strategy and show the general public what is really going on within the shadowy world of the Christian Coalition. I will divulge what I have learned in their training sessions: how to intimidate a pastor, and persuade him to come around to the Coalition's way of thinking; how to take over an entire precinct; and worst of all, how to dig up dirt on opponents and destroy them in cold blood. All in the name of Christianity.

Some of this material will show that Christian Coalition leaders believe that they are entitled to "execute God's will" on their enemies.  Therefore, in the interests of security, names of certain people and places, as well as other information, have been deleted from this document.  But the recordings that accompanied this document are real, and speak for themselves.  Those who read this book and listen to the recordings will be in a position to judge for themselves the actions and intentions of Pat Robertson and his Christian Coalition.



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