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America’s own Taliban
A fast growing right-wing politico-religious presence plans to implement an end-times, Christian theocracy in the US.
Paul Rosenberg Last Modified: 28 Jul 2011 10:44
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2012 presidential hopeful, Texas Governor Rick Perry (left), will be hosting a prayer meeting called ‘The Response’ on August 6 with many sponsors from the New Apostolic Reformation [GALLO/GETTY]

Prior to 9/11, the Taliban government in Afghanistan did not register very much on American radar screens, with one notable exception: when it blew up two colossal images of the Buddha in Bamiyan province in early 2001. But destruction of treasured artifacts isn’t just limited to the Taliban.

There’s a right-wing politico-religious presence centred in the US, but with a global reach, engaging in similar practises, destroying religious and cultural artifacts as a key aspect of its ideology of “strategic level spiritual warfare” (SLSW).

Until recently a fringe evangelical movement, warned against as deviant, “spiritual warfare” is rapidly positioning itself within America’s mainstream political right. It’s well past time for political journalists to start covering what this movement is up to.

As an example, leaders have bragged online about the destruction of Native American religious artifacts, which their twisted ideology somehow sees as a liberating act, promoting “reconciliation” between estranged groups of people. Critics, however, see it as reflecting an eliminationist mindset, while traditional conservative evangelicals have denounced the ideology as un-biblical. Some even claim it is actually a form of pagan practice dressed up in Christian clothes, according such artifacts a spiritual power that the Bible itself denies.

The ultimate goal is to replace secular democracy, both in America and around the world, with a Christian theocracy, an ideology known as “dominionism”. The supposed purpose is to “purify” the world for Christ’s return – again, strikingly similar to what the Taliban believe, but also significantly at odds with more common, long-standing Christian beliefs about the “end times”, as well as the nature and purpose of prayer, and the roles of human and divine power.

This description might seem utterly fantastical, but copious evidence for it is hidden in plain sight, scattered across the internet, in books, on YouTube, and tracked by a small community of researchers at sites such as and, as well as by evangelical critics. The question is: When will America’s mainstream media catch up?

The missed story in the 2008 campaign

Known as the New Apostolic Reformation (NAR), a term coined by its intellectual godfather, C Peter Wagner, this movement surfaced in the 2008 campaign, with video of one of its most prominent practitioners, Kenyan witch-hunter Thomas Muthee, anointing Sarah Palin – but the mainstream media largely missed the real story on a number of counts.

They generally failed to realise that Muthee was part of a Western-based movement, indeed, he starred in the first “Transformations” video, a pseudo-documentary series advancing SLSW, advertised as having been seen by 200 million people in 70 languages.

Media also overlooked clear evidence that Palin herself was part of an Alaskan group involved in SLSW, dating back to when she was just 24 years old. More basically, media failed to grasp the radical nature of NAR, and its departure from earlier evangelical practice. This is so new that many academic experts haven’t caught up with it.

Additionally, many in the media relied on Charisma magazine for guidance – a publication deeply aligned with the NAR. Add this to the media’s general skittishness when accused of bias by Palin and her supporters, and the result was a perfect storm of story suppression, much of it seemingly quite reasonable.

A rare exception, which did not occur until very late in the campaign, was Laurie Goodstein’s October 24 story in theNew York Times, “YouTube Videos Draw Attention to Palin’s Faith”, which did discuss spiritual warfare and Palin’s involvement, but barely brushed against the underlying agenda of dominionism and its more troubling implications.

The story this time

Inside USA – Christianity in US politics

This election cycle, the media will have another chance to get the story right. The NAR has made great strides since 2008, and already, NAR figures are deeply involved in organising for Texas Governor Rick Perry’s August 6 prayer meeting, “The Response”.

On July 12, MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow did a segment highlighting some of their more bizarre claims in a series of video clips. These included Wagner saying that the Japanese stock market collapsed because the emperor had sex with a demon (the sun goddess), another leading NAR figure, John Benefiel, calling the Statue of Liberty “a demonic idol”, and a third figure, Mike Bickle, calling Oprah Winfrey “a forerunner to the Harlot movement”, or, as Maddow put it, a “harbinger of the antichrist”.

But these aren’t just a collection of random bizarre claims. As researcher Rachel Tabachnick – who’s been studying NAR since 2008 – wrote the day after: “These video clips should receive much more national exposure, but they need to be viewed in context of the movement they represent.”

Not your father’s religious right

Encompassing a variety of organisations and networks of activist groups, the NAR is not just concerned about particular issues, such as abortion or gay rights, or even about so-called “values”, which is the impression that even Goodstein’s 2008 story left with readers.

Rather, the NAR is committed to replacing democracy with a religious dictatorship, which it sees as a necessary prelude for Christ’s return to earth.

Consequently, the NAR is also openly dedicated to destroying religious and cultural groups who do not share their beliefs – even including others on the Christian Right. They openly denounce Mormonism and Roman Catholicism as demonic, but in the end all Protestant denominations are seen as impediments to creating one unified religious establishment which should in turn control all of society, entirely replacing America’s secular democracy, and bringing about their own version of “one-world government”.

This is explicitly articulated in terms of what’s known as the “Seven Mountains Mandate”, which seeks to establish Christian dominance over seven culture-shaping spheres of activity: business, government, media, arts and entertainment, education, family, and religion. On one of Muthee’s several visits to Sarah Palin’s church in Wasilla, he spoke for about ten minutes about the Seven Mountains Mandate.

The NAR’s non-church, non-denominational apostolic/prophetic organisation is key to its recent rapid growth and its relative invisibility to outsiders, but it also departs significantly from traditional scriptural teachings long held dear by evangelicals, as do many of its teachings.

Indeed, in August 2000, the Assemblies of God, America’s largest Pentecostal denomination, adopted a statement warning against a number of tendencies, under the heading “Deviant Teachings Disapproved”, including, but not limited to, some prominent elements involved in the NAR. However, Tabachnick informed me that “unfortunately many in the Assemblies of God have changed their tune on this and embraced the NAR”.

Yet many have not changed, and the warnings still serve to highlight how this latest development is not the same religious right wing as in your father’s day.

One tendency warned against was dominionism itself, which the document called “unscriptural triumphalism”. It also warned against “the problematic teaching that present-day offices of apostles and prophets should govern church ministry at all levels”, and against “excessive fixation on Satan and demonic spirits”. These are all major aspects of NAR theology, as is the concept of “generational curses”, which the document also warns against.

In short, the NAR may be gaining substantial ground on the religious right, but in doing so, it is profoundly undermining a raft of biblical teachings that the vast majority of evangelicals have staunchly clung to until quite recently. This is, indeed, not your father’s religious right. It is arguably destroying your father’s religious right.

Strategic level spiritual warfare: A myth? A heresy? Or worse?

Because of the goal of gaining dominion over all of society, spiritual warfare to drive out demons who supposedly stand in the way of this goal plays a central role in NAR thinking. There are, three levels to spiritual warfare, explains in their glossary of NAR terms:

Ground level spiritual warfare is casting out demons from individuals. Occult level spiritual warfare is a confrontation with demons operating through witchcraft and esoteric philosophies (examples are Freemasonry and Tibetan Buddhism). Strategic Level Spiritual Warfare is the highest level, dealing with confrontation of territorial principalities that control entire communities, ethnic groups, religions, and nations.

While there are many evangelical critics of spiritual warfare and the NAR, and a great deal of material online, Bishop Michael Reid – who has three degrees from Oral Roberts University, including an honorary Doctorate of Divinity – literally wrote the book on the subject.

Although he’s since had his own gay sex scandal – much like Wagner’s long-time close associate, Ted Haggard – his 2002 book, Strategic Level Spiritual Warfare: A Modern Mythology? remains a devastating Bible-based critique, in which he writes, regarding SLSW:

“There is no foundation in the Old Testament for this practice, nor any indication that the devil has any intrinsic power or authority. Satan’s only weapon is deception and his only sphere of influence that which God permits for His own eternal purposes.

“In the New Testament, the picture is similar; there is no evidence to suggest that Christians are called to engage in an on-going conflict with spiritual forces in the cosmic realm. The Scripture is quite clear in its teaching that Christ defeated Satan completely at Calvary and that Christians have been freed from his power.”

Reid sees this unscriptural ideology usurping God’s role and elevating mere mortals to a higher place – precisely the sort of thing that NAR’s leading advocates accuse secularists of doing:

“The whole focus of SLSW is on the devil and his demonic host … Man has become the fulcrum of redemption, holding the balance of power between God and the devil in the battle for the souls of men, and the gospel itself rendered impotent without the preliminary work of pulling down demonic strongholds … These are serious matters which call into question the very basis of the Christian faith.”

“The Harlot Babylon is preparing the nations to receive the antichrist. The Harlot Babylon will be a religion of affirmation, toleration, no absolutes, a counterfeit justice movement … I believe that one of the main pastors as a forerunner to the Harlot movement is Oprah.”Mike Bickle, NAR

In short, SLSW is implicitly about the egos of “spiritual warriors”, rather than Christian humility.

Reid also repeatedly suggests that SLSW is actually pagan in origins, and thus a form of syncretism, the very sort of mixture between Christianity and older pagan religions that biblical literalists of all stripes abhor. For example:

“Hesselgrave draws the analogy between warfare prayer and the prayer typical of Indo-European paganism with its dualistic understanding of the eternal co-existence of good and evil. The latter is viewed as a means ‘to control the gods’, but, in contrast, prayer in biblical thought is ‘submission’ to God’.

The idea that spiritual warfare as practised by the NAR is itself a pagan practice, perhaps even a form of demonic battle or that it elevates man over God are perceived examples of what psychologists call “projection”, an ego defence mechanism.

But long before there were any psychologists, the Bible weighed in, Matthew 7:5: “Thou hypocrite, first cast out the beam out of thine own eye; and then shalt thou see clearly to cast out the mote out of thy brother’s eye.” We turn now to another such example.

Oprah and the Antichrist – A case of projection?

On July 12, Rachel Maddow began the segment mentioned earlier with a video of NAR bigwig, Mike Bickle, in which he said:

“The Harlot Babylon is preparing the nations to receive the antichrist. The Harlot Babylon will be a religion of affirmation, toleration, no absolutes, a counterfeit justice movement. They will feed the poor, have humanitarian projects, inspire acts of compassion for all the wrong reasons. They won’t know it … I believe that one of the main pastors as a forerunner to the Harlot movement is Oprah.”

Although Maddow naturally focused on the claim that Oprah was somehow a harbinger of the antichrist, it’s arguably even more interesting that Bickle so accurately – if inadvertently – describes one of the NAR’s own favourite practices, what it calls “reconciliation” between groups that are estranged from one another, be they ethnic, racial or nationalist. These often, but not always, involve the destruction of religious/cultural artifacts and are supposed to lift so-called “generational curses”.

One such example revolved around Kansas Governor Sam Brownback, formerly a US senator.

“Brownback has taken part in NAR ‘Reconciliation’ events since 2003, and subsequently introduced Senate resolutions apologising to Native Americans,” Tabachnick wrote at last year. “These Reconciliation ceremonies are not about pluralism, but about proselytising – for both charismatic evangelical belief and right wing politics.”

Eventually one such resolution was incorporated into legislation. On the other side, a number of Native American NAR leaders were involved in the ritual destruction of objects said to depict false gods. Given the centuries-long history of the many ways that Native American culture has been destroyed by white America, it is nothing short of absurd to claim that “reconciliation” can be brought about by further acts of cultural destruction. Yet, that is precisely what the NAR practices.

This is, at best, to use Bickle’s own word, a “counterfeit” movement.

Another indication of how counterfeit such “reconciliation” is lies in just who represents each side. In this example, it was eventually the US government on one side, and a religious network of self-hating Native Americans on the other. If that seems a bit lopsided, it is more typical than not.

A similar pattern can be found in reconciliation rituals with “Jews” who are so-called “messianic Jews” – meaning they are actually practising born-again Christians. That’s a bit like a “reconciliation” between Italian and Brazilian soccer fans, with the Brazilian fans being from the Italian embassy in Brasilia.

In another case, religion wasn’t even really a factor, as a small, private reconciliation ritual in Texas was performed to bring black people back to the Republican Party. In her book, Bridging the Racial and Political Divide: How Godly Politics Can Transform a Nation, Alice Peterson describes how Susan Weddington, then chair of the Texas Republican Party, organised the ritual.

When the time came, Peterson wrote, she expected Weddington to ask forgiveness for whatever White Republicans had done – she seems to have no idea what that might have been. Instead, Weddington asked forgiveness for the Black Republicans who left the party.

Nowhere in Peterson’s account is there any hint that Blacks became Democrats when Democrats renounced their racist past during the civil rights struggles of the 1950s and 1960s, and Republicans eagerly wooed tens of millions of White Democrats who fled their party as a result. In short, such make-believe “reconciliation” has nothing to do with spiritual truth, and everything to do with historical lies.

Work to be done

If this all seems a bit overwhelming, that’s only because it is.

If the media had taken a serious critical look at Palin’s religious beliefs and practices in 2008, all the above and more could have been examined and discussed in detail over the past three years. As it is, there is a lot of catching up to do.

There is no question that American political journalists are up to the task – if they put their minds to it. The only question is, will they do it? Will they dare to seriously consider the evidence of a Taliban-like movement in right-wing Christian America, seeking to impose its own form of “godly” government in place of the secular democracy established more than 200 years ago?

Journalists could begin to answer that question by taking a long hard look at the NAR figures endorsing Rick Perry’s prayer event on August 6. Let’s hope they do.

Paul Rosenberg is the Senior Editor of Random Lengths News, a bi-weekly alternative community newsletter.

The views expressed in this article are the author’s own and do not necessarily represent Al Jazeera’s editorial policy.

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  • so_simple 4 days ago
    Talibans are innocent babies in comparison with Western Right-Wing-Politico-Religious-Neo conservative-Templar Knights
  • Yes, so many Christian suicide bombers here in the USA..Reality: both are groups of idiots ….
  • Christanics are cowards, they murder people from a distance — or didn’t you notice the courageous murder of 1 million innocent brown people in Iraq, many of them slaughtered from the courageous altitude of 30,000 feet or murdered in their beds by cruise missiles fired from hundreds of courageous miles away.Right.
  • The US does not need to resort to desperate tactics; the US deploys overwhelming military force which kills millions (yes millions check Lancet) under false pretenses and thus force others to use desperate tactics like suicide bombing. If you think people in Afghanistan, Iraq, Pakistan, Yemen, Somalia, are not terrorized by the US Military you are wrong.
  • You’re missing the point. There are many examples of the unholy alliance of extremist Christians and neo-cons in the US and other parts of the world willing and able to use violence to further their cause. Do you remember a certain George W Bush and his cronies (I include Blair)? The previous comment that the Taliban are innocent babies in comparison is surely a reference to the fact that a vastly bigger number of deaths has been caused by the Christian extremist/Neo-con alliance-in their so-called “War on Terror”-than have, in fact, been caused by the Taliban (or all extremist Islamist groups put together.)
  • They (Christian Dominionists) don’t have to blow anything up to be heard in the US.  The Christian right in the US is full of fascists who fail to understand one of the great things about the United States of America is that it was one of the first nations in the history of human civilization to be explicitly anti-religious. All this “America is a Christian nation” is all a bunch of made up fantasy land BS that has no basis in fact or reality. It is right there in the 1st amendment.  Anyways, so_simple is right the christian fanatics and their end of the world prophesy garbage is much more dangerous to the world than a small group of Pashtun Nationalists/religous extremists who go into a rage whenever they see Lady Gaga.  The Taliban does not have the money, power or influence of the Christian extremists who fund and thus control many politicians in the US Empire. Christian extremists are in many ways responsible for why no US politician no matter how far left will do anything but kiss Israel’s a$$.  How many people have died during these anti Muslim crusades since 9/11?  We had 3,000 Americans die in one extreme act of violence and as a result millions of Muslims all over the Middle East are murdered, dislocated, tortured, and every other horrible consequence you can think of as a response. There is definitely no question who is more dangerous
  • Let me clarify;  I want the United States to stop interfering in the middle east and don’t think we have the right to be there at all; never had the right to, ever.But tell me, what is more cowardly? drone bombings, or the IEDs and truck bombs used by extremist groups?Does it really matter? what i care most about is that we stop killing each other in the name of culture, religion, oil, or what the hell ever.I’ll tell you this; the majority of people i speak to here un the states don’t even know what we are doing over there anymore.P.S. The United States was not formed as an anti-religious place at all. We have been mostly Christian for a very long time, however it is the constitution that tells us that we can practice whatever religion we like.Please read up on history a bit.
  • David Silva,
    No, you have CIA & MOSSAD doing the bombing & blame it on the Musilms. It works better that way!
    You f. A. need to get your head out of your A.
    On youtube:
    “The Rothschild Zionist-Masonic New World Order Criminal Network”
    “Israeli terrorism and Satanism against miracula Rei Unius US AMERICA”
    “The Rothschild Zionist-Masonic New World Order Criminal Network”
    “X files spinoff The Lone Gunman and The Simpsons predict 9/11”
    “Warner Bros. Cartoon Predicts 9/11 Twin towers Falling!”
    “The Truth And Lies Of 911 – Michael Ruppert (2004)”P.S. If you don’t believe me go ahead & watch the movie “The long kiss good night” 1996.
    Towards the end you’ll hear the government official clearly suggests that he gets to bomb the city & blame it on the Muslims. But that’s just a film.
  • Idiot.  They don’t need to be suicide bombers when they have planes which drop bombs and fire thousands of depleted uranium rounds in a few seconds shredding vehicles, people and homes. Christian fundamentalists can join the military and kill, kill KILL to their hearts content.Your little Christian KILLER can sit in air conditioned comfort killing Muslims with a joystick control, and hand his KILLING robot over to another pimply faced Christian game boy hero, while he has his lunch. Christians can join the best KILLING machine in the world, with over ten million deaths to its credit in the last 20 years.  Who needs suicide bombers when you have bombers which can drop thousands of tons of bombs over a city of people so far below they can’t even be seen with the naked eye?Oh there are so many more varied and truth be told more effective ways to kill lots of people indiscriminately when you are a Christian KILLER.  The problem is when you are the survivors of those Christian and Jewish KILLERS with all their many so clean and effective ways to KILL lots of people, and your family, friends and nation have been burned, broken or raped by those Christian and Jewish KILLERS, pretty much all you have left little David, is your poor body. Those Western KILLERS who just do it for fun and without ever putting much on the line not even their lives on average will never know what it is usually to have their family, friends and country put through a meat mincer.

    Of course David along with other people who believe exactly the same things as a very confused and mixed up Norwegian called Breivik does at this time; considers that the height of barbarity, the most horrible act of KILLING which goes on, is when the victims of all that good clean Christian KILLING for fun and profits, strap bombs to their poor bodies and strike back whatever way they can.  No David it was the awful Suicide bombers who made it all nasty didn’t they.

    I tell you what Davey, you really should be pleased, because if those suicide bombers actually had a fraction of the toys your good Christians have to KILL with, then you’d be wishing they were only suicide bombers again I think from the rubble of your home while you gaze in horror at your wife’s severed head a few meters away and the entrails of your youngest child are draped across the television set which somehow managed to survive the strike of the hell fire missile fired by some pimply faced Christian kid 6000 miles away.  How wonderful then to survive after all and to see in the Western news that they just killed another 12 suspected militants, especially when you realise that was your family they are talking about.

    If I had to guess David, you and people like Anders Breivik your spiritual fellow traveller, would never be suicide bombers anyway. If you were subjected to such atrocities as you applaud no doubt, then you’d probably pack it in. You need to have been a man, or true woman before such a tragedy, to have the guts to strike back at the leviathan which monstered you in the first place and your kind prefer to do your KILLING from a good safe distance of course.

  • I drive by the remains of the Eschelon building in Austin Texas every day – read Joseph Stack’s manifesto. You will then trot out the ‘No True Scotsmans Fallacy’. The soveriegn citizens are christianists. D’oh
  • Look up “Stanford Prison Experiment” on how groups of people are controlled by threat in a prison mentality. How these religions and society operates. The large bulk of humanity being the prisoners.
  • “that is a crazy generalization.”Is it? The society you live in. (Pick one)Think back to when you were in school. Which was easier? Going along with the group? Or paying the penalty of saying “no”?

  • that is a crazy generalization.
  • I could not agree with you more!  Unlike the Taliban, these people are truly crazy.
  • so_simple,
    I think you need to read up on British Journalist Yvone Ridley who was detained by the Taliban for a period of 10 days & was given a key to her own cell, in 2001 in Afghanistan.
    3 years later she converted to Islam while in England after she finished reading the Quran.
    She wrote a book called “In the hands of the Taliban”.
    Go ahead & comapare that to what appeared recently in an article online entitled:
    “Abu Gharib abuse photos ‘show rape’- Telegraph”.
    Here’s a extract from that article.”By Duncan Gardham, Security Correspondent and Paul Cruickshank
    8:02PM BST 27 May 2009
    At least one picture shows an American soldier apparently raping a female prisoner while another is said to show a male translator raping a male detainee.
    Further photographs are said to depict sexual assaults on prisoners with objects including a truncheon, wire and a phosphorescent tube. Another apparently shows a female prisoner having her clothing forcibly removed to expose her breasts. Detail of the content emerged from Major General Antonio Taguba, the former army officer who conducted an inquiry into the Abu Ghraib jail in Iraq. Allegations of rape and abuse were included in his 2004 report but the fact there were photographs was never revealed. He has now confirmed their existence in an interview with the Daily Telegraph. Related Articles
    New outrage over Iraq prison abuse photographs
    15 May 2009 US troops could stay in Iraq for a decade 27 May 2009
    The graphic nature of some of the images may explain the US President’s attempts to block the release of an estimated 2,000 photographs from prisons in Iraq and Afghanistan despite an earlier promise to allow them to be published. Maj Gen Taguba, who retired in January 2007, said he supported the President’s decision, adding: “These pictures show torture, abuse, rape and every indecency. “I am not sure what purpose their release would serve other than a legal one and the consequence would be to imperil our troops, the only protectors of our foreign policy, when we most need them, and British troops who are trying to build security in Afghanistan. “The mere description of these pictures is horrendous enough, take my word for it.”Now compare that to the treatment Yvone Ridley received; whom keep in mind was believed to be a spy no less!
    Do you still think the Taliban in particular & the Muslims in general are the baddies???!!!
    Wake up!

  • Thank You, for reminding me about the extraordinary lady, award-winning journalist and feminist Mrs. Yvonne Ridley.
    Her case tells allot about how women are respected in Holy QuranAll what happened in Abu Ghraib makes me sick.
    This case tells allot about the way how human beings are treated by the promoters of the human rights
  • so_simple,
    & you haven’t converted to Islam yet?! LoL
    What are you waiting for an epiphany, to join the club?! LoL
    Or a voice from the sky perhaps LoL
    It’s been estimated an average of 20,000 people in the U.S, alone, per year have been converting to Islam since the 9/11 events year after year.
    The exact opposite & expected/planned effect that the Zionists were hoping & looking for LoL.
    You know what they say: open your mind & your A. will follow LoL.
  • When the abuse of prisoners of war at Abu Ghraib was discovered, the people doing it were jailed, the people condoning it lost their careers, and the acts were disavowed by the American people.Did anything similar happen when journalist Daniel Pearl was decapitated on video?  Or when geologist Piotr Stańczak was killed?  Eugene Armstrong, Nicholas Berg, Jack Hensley, Thomas Fox, Kenneth Bigley?  The deaths of these unarmed, peaceful civilians were celebrated, their murderers venerated.Does it hurt to twist the truth as hard as you do, to pretend to yourself that the people who rejected the criminals at Abu Ghraib are morally equivalent to the people who celebrate the murders of Pearl and the others?

  • Walt Smith,
    One last thing.
    That’s assuming it was done by Muslims.
    The bottom line is if you know your country has invaded a country what the hell are you doing there? & what do you think is going to happen to you if go there in the middle of an invasion???!!!
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    NOT MY MOTHERSHIP:!!!! #America’s own #Taliban –
  • __SeRaB__ 6 hours ago
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    RT @Tibaert:Is dit het geheime streven van Wilders cs? “America’s own Taliban”, een christelijke theocratie in Amerika?
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    America’s own Taliban – Opinion – Al Jazeera English: via @AddThis
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    America’s own Taliban – Opinion – Al Jazeera English via @ajenglish
  • TibGrim 7 hours ago
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    Is dit het geheime streven van Wilders cs? > “America’s own Taliban”, een christelijke theocratie in Amerika? > #PVV
  • Tibaert 7 hours ago
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    Is dit het geheime streven van Wilders cs? > “America’s own Taliban”, een christelijke theocratie in Amerika? >
  • MiddleAmericaMS 8 hours ago
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    America’s own Taliban – – Fast growing right-wing politico-religious nuts plan to create end-times & Christian theocracy
  • NakeddGardener 10 hours ago
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    America’s own Taliban – Opinion – Al Jazeera English via @ajenglish
  • deafear 11 hours ago
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    RT @nicknicemadison: Gotta love Al Jazeera calling out the GOP for what they are. ‘America’s own Taliban’ via @ajenglish
  • KCannonSez 12 hours ago
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    @maddow Your montage of righwing crazies was cited here:



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