Saturday, January 12, 2008

Christist "father" caught at airport with Cocaine

John Dayal's mercenary co-worker in Yesu's imperialistic death cult arrested at Amsterdam airport with Cocaine concealed under his "holy robes". The scoundrel initially claimed he was carrying "holy sand"!!
Wonder what kind of "holy night soil" John Dayal & Cedric Prakash are
snorting. Under the Sonia regime, assorted christist "fathers" are transiting unhindered through our nation's ports of entry. They should be subjected to thorough body searches in the interest of national security and enforcement of narcotics laws. The results of negligence on this front are already apparent - the diabolical propaganda by intoxicated "fathers" is tarnishing India's image in the international community. There was another case reported a few days ago involving a Catholic priest in Pennsylvania for his relationship with Italian mafiosi, money laundering etc. Is it any surprise that the Bofors kickbacks recipient Quattrochi escaped scot free? He has the Shroud of Turin, hence the entire GOI apparatus behind him, in addition to the Vatican and the Italian mafia (although the latter two are practically one and the same)....


rathore said...

And meanwhile the charlatans, Benny Hinn among them, you see on GOD TV are being investigated for tax fraud.

[U.S. Senator Charles] Grassley's investigation focuses on six ministries, all of which preach the "prosperity gospel" -- the theological assertion that wealth is a reward from God:

* Benny Hinn, a TV preacher who runs the World Healing Center Church in Grapevine, Texas. Hinn, who travels the globe conducting faith-healing revivals, lives in a seven-bathroom, eight-bedroom mansion overlooking the Pacific Ocean valued at $10 million. It is claimed as a parsonage.

* The Rev. Creflo Dollar's World Changers Church International in College Park, Ga. Dollar drives a Rolls Royce and has large homes in Georgia and New York. He is asked to provide a list of all vehicles provided for himself, his wife, board members and ministry employees.

* Paula and Randy White's Without Walls International Church in Tampa, Fla. In a letter to the ministry, Grassley asks the couple to provide a list of expense account items "including, but not limited to, clothing expenses and any cosmetic surgery for years 2004 to present."

* Joyce Meyer Ministries in Fenton, Mo. Grassley asks Meyer and her husband David to explain expenditures like a $23,000 commode with a marble top, a $30,000 conference table, an $11,000 French clock and a $19,000 pair of vases for the ministry headquarters.

* Kenneth Copeland Ministries in Newark, Texas. Copeland is asked to explain how cash offerings are handled during overseas crusades and to explain the use of a ministry jet for "layovers" in Maui, Fiji and Honolulu.

* Long's New Birth Missionary Baptist Church in Lithonia, Ga. Among other things, Long is asked to explain a church official's 2005 claim that Long no longer accepts a salary from the church but does take a "love offering."

In each case, Grassley is requesting detailed financial information. The ministries are asked to provide audited financial statements, lists of board members, employment contracts and other information.

Other requests are specific to certain ministries. It has been widely reported, for example, that Hinn often uses a ministry jet to travel to the crusades he holds. This jet often stops along the way for "layovers" at popular vacation spots.

Following up on this scandal at tele-evangelist 'Oral Roberts University'-

What emerged was a portrait of an extravagant lifestyle largely underwritten by university funds: a private jet often used for personal travel, including a senior trip to Orlando for one of the Roberts girls; shopping binges by Richard Roberts's wife, Lindsay, that totaled tens of thousands of dollars; 11 renovations in 14 years to the Roberts home on campus, and a stable of horses for the kids. More disturbingly, the reports included suggestions of sexual improprieties by Lindsay with underage young men.

BIbek said...

Let us not forget Peter Popoff, another Christist fraud

It would be reasonable to assume that a christist pastor is a sexual deviant and a fraud unless proven otherwise.