Friday, April 14, 2017

Dave Pack: Donald Trump is the Herod the Great of the 21st Century



Dave Pack continues is spiral decent down into madness.  Notice his description of Donald Trump below.  Regardless of whatever your stance is on Trump, Dave Pack proves he is certifiably nuts.  Dave's stance is in sharp contrast to the unordained and self-appointed foolish false prophet of the improperly named "continuing" Church of "god." Apostate Thiel claims Trump is the harbinger of the persecution.  Trump will supposedly stop Elisha Thiel from preaching his asinine message to the world.  Since neither of these buffoons vote, their opinions are worthless and irrelevant.

Now, this particular president-elect, literally, is a builder. Arguably one of the greatest single builders the world has ever seen. He is the Herod the Great of the 21st century. He has employed more people…far, far, far and away—than all previous presidents put together—and probably tripled—and you could throw in the presidents, from the south, who were slave owners, if you want to call that employment. It wasn’t, it was slavery. So he understands how to build an economy.
When you think of eating and drinking, it’s the way he thinks. He sells his own steaks and wine. And of course, it means there has to be a good climate, because there is planting and reaping. But again, Christ almost, as it were, goes out of His way to describe powerful conditions in play in the economy that were not going to go that way if the fellow in there stayed—or if the woman who wanted to replace him and carry out his social legacy won.
Now, in the first 100 days, he has a whole series of things he wants to do. He has stated over and over again he’s going to do them, and all the people around him tell him he’s going to move big, bold and fast…And this is good for the Work in many ways…big—bold—and fast. He wants to take on Obamacare, which is great news for God’s people, but also for the economy.
You’ll see higher wages, and people, who are either un- or under-employed are going to find more jobs. He’s going to do some trade deals. Businesses are already reacting, because they know regulations are going to be suppressed. The IRS is going to get off of peoples’ backs. There’ll be enormous tax cuts. Seven categories for the average person will turn into three. Corporate taxes, at 35 percent, are going to crash to 15. They are among the highest in the world…
I’ll tell you in a minute why the promises he’s making—he’s going to keep, even though his enemies and the opposition in America is going to do EVERYTHING in their power to stop him. I think even the devil will try to stop him because he’s going to feed prophecy. Obviously, the danger for the brethren—all of you—is that you can begin to understand better why Christ said many will go to sleep. They’ll be unaware, or they’ll get, proverbially, spiritually, or even literally, drunken, because the world is going to go into a party-time the likes of which it has never seen.
When you have a mega-billion billionaire, whose name is splashed all over the world, he dwarfs the profile of any other president, probably, whose ever lived. These buildings all have his name. He’s “branded” like nobody’s business. He understands the world’s economy because he’s in it. He’s fearless because he’s walked into all kinds of banks and boardrooms, facing enemies, and every time, he takes them down…
He understands that lower taxes are going to drive the economy. He understands the EPA [Environmental Protection Agency] is crushing the farmers, and it’s crushing ranchers in the west. Most of you don’t realize the EPA claims control—on this campus—everywhere there is a puddle after rain, literally, and until that puddle dries out, the EPA does not give up its sovereign control of places where water pools. That’s how bad it’s gotten. He’s going to sweep that aside like a wind pushing away leaves—and he will do it.

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He lives in an environment that is so beautiful, he’ll be the only person to ever downsize into the White House. Think about it. He lives in a world of gold and silver and marble and crystal and magnificent rugs and quality materials—and people will identify with him…We’re not talking about an improvement in morality here, but there are a lot of people who’ve not had jobs…The last 50 years has seen it that way. 

13 comments:

Black Ops Mikey said...

When David Pack gets a degree from Wharton Business School, part of the University of Pennsylvania, and is a successful entrepreneur who becomes a billionaire, then and ONLY then will we even begin to consider one word he says.

Oh, and he needs to give up religion too.

Wait!

At that point, he'd have nothing to say.

And we guarantee he'd get 0 electoral votes.

You have to ask where that fortune he inherited went to....

DennisCDiehl said...

Dave's admiration is a no brainer for a psychologist. Dave admires Trump because he sees his wanna be reflection in him plain and simple. Dave fancies himself with all the qualities he thinks he likes. They are two peas in a pod psychologically.

Hoss said...

Mikey wrote: You have to ask where that fortune he inherited went to....

So Dave with his sheepskin from Wharton ends up selling cupcakes in Brooklyn...

Did Dave make any pre-election presidential predictions? Of course Bob was prepared, having written books with apocalyptic predictions for both candidates.

Anonymous said...

Does this mean that Dave will give raises to those employees of his at HQ. No Obamacare is good for God's people? Why, because they don't need health insurance anyway! Dave always talked about how bad the farmers were polluting the world with excess fertilizer, etc., now he wants to abolish the EPA. For not being part of this world, I sure remember every election cycle in RCG, Pack always pushing for a Republican to win. Because he would always say, it's better for the work. I think it's more because Dave Pack was born Republican, with a country club lifestyle (silver spoon in his mouth from birth), his parents and all his family were Republicans, and that's who he identifies with to this day! I am sure that he believes that even Christ would vote for a Republican (if He were to vote). I am not saying this to push for the Democrats either, both political parties are broken.

The Painful Truth said...

And in some cog this Saturday , the minister will end services with a prayer that a rich man might hear the word and be converted....

Black Ops Mikey said...

I don't think Davey went to Wharton. He squandered his fortune from his parent's health food business. He may only have an onionskin from A.C.

Given his predilection for wrong-headed predictions, one wonders if he hasn't doomed the presidency.

Byker Bob said...

This all makes perfect sense if we consider what happens when someone is agenda-driven, and will say or do anything to support that agenda. There is a marked difference between that and what would be taking place if someone were guided by God, and always speaking the truth.

Dave may or may not be capable of making this distinction as it applies to himself. He either does or does not realize what he is doing. It would be a rare individual who could maintain the objectivity to actually recognize such a truth about themselves.

BB

Anonymous said...

One narcissistic authoritarian con artist develops man-crush on another, film at 11.

k-baradanikto said...

One of the defining characteristics of WCG and the various offshoots is materialism. When I was attending WCG/UCG it took me a while to latch on to that, perhaps because I saw the church as a spiritual organism and assumed that spiritual issues would take precedence in the minds of members. But it eventually dawned on me that nice "stuff" was really important to a lot of church members, although, to be fair, not to all. Of course, the fascination with riches came from the very top: no one was more materialistic than HWA/GTA/Rader, although non-Armstrongist religious gurus such as Joyce Meyer, Joel Osteen, and others also live high off the hog and are just about as ostentatious as HWA. But finding out that HWA was as greedy as most TV preachers was a disillusioning discovery during my voyage through Sabbatarian Church of God Land. I suppose fancy items are seen as the mark of God's blessing: the thought seems to be that if I've got nice stuff then it must be because I am unusually righteous, and the fancier my stuff is the better I'm doing. Such thinking is a form of the prosperity gospel. In this as in a lot of other matters people always seem to veer off into the ditch one way or the other. There's nothing wrong with having a decent standard of living, and vows of poverty are not necessary, but greed is not particularly becoming to a so-called "Christian" either. A reasonable balance should be found when it comes to money and the things that money can bury. But, in any event, Flurry now has his pretty jet, and it is no surprise that Pack admires Trump.

Connie Schmidt said...

Dave should have tried out to be on the "APPRENTICE" !

Michael said...

"the EPA claims control—on this campus—everywhere there is a puddle after rain, literally, and until that puddle dries out, the EPA does not give up its sovereign control of places where water pools"

Well, that sounds rather unbelievable as stated (control of puddles), but putting that aside, one has to wonder why people would be against a bureau that oversees testing of our rain/ground water for lead, arsenic and other toxins, and imposing restrictions designed to maximize the cleanliness of our water....

Hoss said...

Mikey - No, I think the AC degree is probably his only credential, until he buys himself an honorary doctorate. And the fact that the sitcom I alluded to is still on the air suggests it must have a "cult" following as well....

Byker Bob said...

Foundation of sand, any way you look at it. Politics, right vs left, is 90% based on strawman arguments. Dave's rhetoric tracks along the lines of those strawmen. He's an intellectual dwarf.

BB