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Christ The Conservative vs. The Mark Of Cain

Written by David McElroy Subject: Politics: Republican Campaigns
Oct. 22, 2011
Headlines recently proclaimed Herman Cain touts Jesus as the ‘Perfect Conservative’. They drew upon Cain’s December 2010 essay in the Red State blog post and rejoined the GOP presidential candidate after his remark to CNN that Mitt Romney was not a “true conservative”. Strange words for a former Kansas City Federal Reserve Bank Chairman!
You don’t get elevated to the Chair of a Federal Reserve Bank merely for being profitable as the “godfather” of pizza. To be installed in that lofty position of influence means Cain had to have been monitored, groomed, vetted, and anointed by the elite of the oligarchy. Supporting Jesus Christ simply does not ring right in my ears, coming from such as a former Federal Reserve Bank Chairman! Do you also smell marketing manure?
I certainly bow to Christ as my Lord and Savior, but I can scarcely contain myself when I read Cain claiming to support Christ as the “perfect conservative”. Having done so, Cain raises many questions the Christian community should be shouting in public debate. In my earlier article, Protesting Banksters, Foreclosure, & The Mark Of Cain , I noted how Cain is the GOP counter to incumbent Obama’s race card, being a black man, and the foil to the “END THE FED” movement spearheaded by his libertarian GOP rival, Ron Paul. Now, we see Cain pandering to the Christian community with claims that must be tested.
Recall the story of Cain and Abel in the book of Genesis, how Cain slew his brother after God found Abel’s offering superior to his. God put a mark on the exiled Cain to identify the murderer, and yet protected his life because God did not advocate murder. Cain is commonly considered by academics in fields of theology and archaeology to be the first city builder, beginning the collectivist trend to civilization. In Genesis’ chapter 4, we see the “mark of Cain” is the original mark of civilization. Cain’s city was a haven for the wanderers, exiles unwanted in their family camps due to egregious unloving behavior. Cain built a wall to isolate his town from those agrarian sorts tilling the soil. His city was based upon fear, and domination, the power to kill.
Leon Kass, in his study of Genesis in the biblical story, observes that “To wish to rule, to dominate, to be in command, means - by its very nature - the wish not only to remove all rivals but to destroy the brotherly relation with those under one’s dominion. The ruler, as ruler, has no brothers.” (Ref. the City Of Cain by Peter Leithart at )
Make no mistake, Herman Cain is a city builder in the collectivist tradition of his biblical namesake, and as a former Federal Reserve Bank Chairman, cannot truly be following Christ. His philosophy is not brotherly, but intimidating, veiled in deceits. Cain’s public claim of Christ as the “perfect conservative” must be challenged as evil hypocrisy on a gargantuan scale. Christians must not be fooled. I hereby challenge Cain, as you should.
The Federal Reserve Bank is a private cartel comprised of numerous large private banks holding shares in that corporate empire, many of which are held by foreign owners. The Holy Bible in Deuteronomy 23:20 cites God ruling “Unto a stranger thou mayest lend upon usury; but unto thy brother thou shalt not lend upon usury.” Who is Herman Cain’s “brother“? Who do the shareholders of the Fed banks regard as “strangers”? The Fed, in concert with the banking “City“ in London, exercises dominion, not brotherhood, through the banking cartel. Big bankers like Rothschild see themselves as the “Crown“ of the whole world, and actually enjoy diplomatic immunity under international law. Research Thomas Wood’s work on the Bank of International Settlements. Speaking of law, the evil banking icon Amschel Bauer Mayer Rothshild in 1838 declared “Let me issue and control a nation’s money and I care not who makes the laws.“ Money talks! If you do research, you will find that the nations being attacked by the US and NATO are those, like Libya, with independent banking systems. They are invaded for not paying tribute to the global Rothschild/Rockefeller banking cartels in New York and London, and find themselves being brought into submission by military force.
Does Herman Cain insist upon having no king but Jesus? Or does he, like his namesake, build walls to isolate himself and seek to wield deadly power over others? What tribute does he expect? Is Cain our brother?
Look at the Federal Reserve Note in your wallet. See The Great Seal with that pyramid topped with that “all-seeing” eye. In a Progress magazine article of Jan. 1991, John Todd with the Masonic Council of Thirteen stated “The seal of the pyramid was created by the Rothschild family and brought to North America by Benjamin Franklin and Alexander Hamilton before 1776. The Rothschild family is the head of the organization in which I entered in Colorado. All the Occult Brotherhoods are part of it. It is a Lucifer Organization to install his reign in the whole world. The eye on the pyramid is the eye of Lucifer. Supposedly the Rothschilds have personal dealings with the devil. I have personally been in his villa and have experienced it. And I know it is true.”
Did Christ not say “Ye cannot serve God and Mammon,” in Matthew 6:24? Who does Herman Cain recognize as his master? Who does he serve? Study his actions!
For further scholarly research into the Federal Reserve Bank role serving the evil one, see G. Edward Griffin’s classic, The Creature From Jekyll Island, and the recent book by Thomas Horn, Apollyon Rising 2012. Or the words of Albert Pike, an Illuminati and founder of the Ku Klux Klan, who said in 1889 to those of the 33rd Degree (as was my grandfather), “It is we, initiated in the Supreme Grade, that are to keep the real Masonic religion preserving pure the Lucifer doctrine.“ The devil is in the details! 
Citing the original Cain essay in the Red State posting, reporter Stephanie Samuel in the Christian Post article of Oct. 21, 2011, brings Cain’s words to the forefront. Use them!
Samuel states “Cain’s conservative Jesus has many similarities to his own campaign beliefs and behaviors.” He must salute a different Jesus than mine! Samuel also says “For starters, the perfect conservative is an anti-government leader who offers common sense solutions.” Does this sound like a Federal Reserve Banker’s perspective? Not to me! I will take Cain to task and make him eat his deceitful pandering words.
Samuel wrote that Cain said “Conservative Jesus was unemployed, yet Jesus never relied on government programs to prop up himself or the community.” Jesus the Christ, in the Holy Bible, is well known to have been self-employed as a carpenter. And when He was not wood-working, or likely doing some seasonal farm labor as might be inferred from His parables, Jesus was busy in ministry. The scriptures portray Christ as an intense man always busy, not merely “unemployed” as Cain claims. Of course, Jesus did not rely on government for anything, but depended upon His Father in Heaven for all things. Does Cain follow Christ in looking to God the Father for all things? Or Mammon? Satan?
The only violent act known to be done by Jesus is recorded in John 2:13-16. There, we see Jesus taking a scourge to the “changers of money” (KJV) and throwing over their tables shouting “…make not my Father’s house an house of merchandise.” These were the bankers of their day, lenders of money and currency speculators “changing money” for profit. It was this incident, Christ being bad for business, that caused Pharisees to mark Jesus for death. But Cain wrote “The liberal court found Him guilty of false offenses and sentenced Him to death, all because He changed the hearts and minds of men with an army of 12.“ Does Cain honor Christ in disregarding the real reason for His crucifixion…. His assertion that one cannot honor both God and Caesar? Or that he upset the “den of thieves” hiding behind priestly robes?
Read Matthew 22:15-22 wherein Jesus was questioned by crafty Pharisees looking to cause our Lord to incriminate Himself. They asked if it was lawful to pay tribute to Caesar. Jesus replied, “Why tempt ye me, ye hypocrites? Shew me the tribute money.“ They showed him a coin, with Caesar’s image upon it, and Christ said “Render therefore unto Caesar the things which are Caesar’s; and unto God the things which are Gods.“ What does Cain say belongs to God? Pastor Chuck Baldwin wrote an excellent primer on Romans 13 to dissuade the sheep who feel that scripture advocates blind obedience to ungodly government. You can read his work at today.
The Federal Reserve Bank charter expires in 2012, and so should Cain’s aspirations for becoming the “most powerful man in the world”! Have no king but Jesus!

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Comment by Ed Price
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Great letter! But sometimes we, as Christians, feel that we must sit back and allow wicked Governments and Federal Reserve Banks to run all over us. We feel that we must "wander in caves and holes in the ground" just to live, because we are not supposed to be attached to the wickedness.

When we feel that we are to remain helpless in the presence of wickedness, remember King David of the Old Testament. He was a man after God's own heart. Yet, he was also one of the bloodiest, most ruthless warriors the world has ever known. But he was like this in righteous, in the Name of the Lord... at God's directing.

Also, look at Revelation chapter 19. See the Rider on the white horse, and realize that this Rider is Jesus, himself. Then look at what His riding is all about. Notice in verse 11: "With justice he judges and wages war (NIV)." So we, as Christians, are not always required to simply sit around and receive punishment from the wicked. Like King David and our Savior, we, too, are expected to use justice and righteousness, to wage war against wickedness, sometimes in our own spirits and lives, and other times in the real world.