Tuesday, August 1, 2006

Mel Gibson’s Drunken Comments Could Be Used As Propaganda

MIDLAND, Mich. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Mel Gibson’s drunken anti-Semitic comments could be used by Mideastern terrorists to start World War III.

That’s the prophecy by a Biblical researcher in Midland, Michigan, who is known as “Pastor Harry.”

He says Gibson is an admirer of Anne Emmerich, a German nun who wrote anti-Jewish books in the early 1900s, and even waved a medallion featuring Emmerich on interviews with Barbara Walters.

Gibson may have apologized for his drunken anti-Semitic comments, but Pastor Harry believes the old Latin saying, “In wine, there is truth.”

He also is predicting the leaders of Iran and Venezuela are working with other terrorism groups to use the actor’s drunken diatribe for propaganda.

Pastor Harry predicts oil-producing nations with a grudge against Israel will soon shut off the flow of oil to the U.S. at the same time focusing attention on Gibson’s comments as “being correct.”

The end result, he says, will be increased hatred of Jews, more sympathy for the terrorists and a big amount of guilt on Gibson’s shoulders as the guy who started Armageddon.

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