Rev. Rick Wiles Welcomes Ebola - God’s Gift To America


The deadly outbreak of Ebola virus in west Africa has the world’s attention.  The American Center for Disease Control recently declared that the current crisis is “unprecedented,” and, yesterday the World Health Organization (WHO), held an emergency meeting and declared that the Ebola epidemic in West Africa is “an international public health emergency.”

Not too many people on the planet are celebrating the Ebola outbreak . . . but then Reverend Rick Wiles is not like everyone else . . .

From his roost at “Trunews” radio, Wiles foretold:

This Ebola epidemic could become a global pandemic and that’s another name for plague. It may be the great attitude adjustment that I believe is coming.  Ebola could solve America’s problems with atheism, homosexuality, sexual promiscuity, pornography, and abortion.

An interesting take, to say the least, on how politically selective viruses can be but then Rev. Wiles tells us just how to protect ourselves and our loved ones:

If Ebola becomes a global plague, you better make sure the blood of Jesus is upon you, you better make sure you have been marked by the angels so that you are protected by God.  If not, you may be a candidate to meet the Grim Reaper.

Admittedly, some less extreme variations on that pitch can be found in churches throughout the land, but, Rev. Wiles is a multi-faceted prophet and, like others of his generation of doomsayers, has discovered the utility of enhancing his prophecy with a liberal dollop of partisan politics. 

For example, the previous day, he shared these divinely-inspired insights on how President Obama could exploit the Ebola epidemic to grow the government and force Americans to be inoculated with a vaccine:

Obama would claim executive powers to mandate that every human being in the United States be vaccinated.  They could use the panic to stampede hundreds of millions of people in this country to be vaccinated, in fact billions worldwide, they could stampede the world to receive to (sic) a vaccine against a deadly virus and nobody knows what is in the vaccine.

Which strikes me as peculiarly similar to the way in which Rev. Wiles “uses the panic” to “mandate that every human being in the United States” “make sure the blood of Jesus is upon you.”

Wiles would be easy to dismiss as just another self-educated End Times prophet with his own media operation.  But a look at his guest book is pretty chilling.  Evidently, quite a few Republican members, and former members, of Congress find it expedient to visit with Rev. Wiles, from time to time, for a convo on his latest conspiracy theory.

On the same day that Wiles shared his enthusiasm for Ebola as a way to “clean up” America, he hosted Rep. Frank Wolf (R-VA) who shared his thoughts on immigration:

If you were a terrorist, why would you come through Dulles airport or Kennedy airport and go through TSA, why wouldn’t you just go to Mexico City and come across the border?

Last year, Rep. Jeff Duncan (R-SC) visited Wiles to discuss Duncan’s own fear that IRS agents are receiving training with assault weapons.

Pete Hoekstra, former chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, has visited with Wiles.

Allen West is a regular guest on TruNews.  Recently, Wiles asked West if he believes that Obama is a closet jihadist bent on converting America to Islam—here’s West:

I don’t think it is secretly happening, I think that you can look at his actions and he is enabling Islamist forces to be successful in the Middle East.  He is aiding the rise of radical Islamism, not just in the Middle East but really across the world.

We don’t really know who this President Obama is and I’m not talking about his birth certificate. We don’t know who he is, we don’t know about his college transcripts, we don’t know what he was doing in Pakistan when he was back in college and who funded him to go over to Pakistan.

Trust me, there are more . . .

Here are just a few of the other fever dreams going on in Rick Wiles’ head:

- the Sandy Hook and Columbine shootings were carried out by CIA mind-control assassins

- Miley Cyrus sold her soul to Satan and had sex with a demon

- President Obama is a Jim-Jones-like, Nazi antichrist working to bring about a civil war

- Adolf Hitler’s “race of super gay male soldiers” is currently taking over America.

- Obama’s reelection amounted to the “communist takeover of the United States of America.  Obama and his “internal revolutionary party of communists” will “eradicate Christianity,” outlaw its practice and eventually “bulldoze Christian churches in Dallas, Texas.

My point in laying all of this out is to ask these questions:

Why would a top-tier elected official have anything to do with this man?  Why would a politician consider it a career-enhancing move to associate with a conspiracy theorist, no matter how many radio listeners find him entertaining?  Why would a sane person, occupying a seat of power in our government, endorse such a person and such ideas by participating in his circus? 

I’m quickly coming to the conclusion that there are only two answers to all of those questions:

a) Americans really are electing some mentally unstable or intellectually challenged individuals to run their government; or

b) Republican politicians are such craven and cynical operators that they will pander to anyone for votes.

Or maybe a little of both?

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If Ebola becomes a global plague, you better make sure the blood of Jesus is upon you…so that you are protected by God.  If not, you may be a candidate to meet the Grim Reaper.

I heard that the blood of Jesus on you causes autism.

I heard that ebola is spread through body fluids like the blood of Jesus.

Sadly, the Encyclopedia of American Loons does not yet have an entry for Rick Wiles—though it does cite Wiles’ interviews with Tom Tancredo, Cathie Adams and Erik Rush, as proof of the looniness of all three.

From Bryan Fischer to Alex Jones to Joseph Farah, there are some folks the right treats as trusted resources that are, to put it bluntly, bonkers. I just don’t get why there isn’t a “loon line” below which one doesn’t stoop to pander.

But I think any person who believes a virus will act like a magic genie to take out their personal, massive hit list, should probably be stored in a rub-proof lamp.

Don’t you see what I did there? He’s talking about “the blood of Jesus upon you” like it was some sort of ebola vaccine, so I was all, “Yeah, but if you take the vaccine, Jenny McCarthy says it’ll give you the autism.” It’s funny because…

Oh nevermind.

@QinaB   Yes dear, you really are the funniest Quaker I know [and I live near Quakertown].

Regrettably, I had to “post and run” yesterday and wasn’t available to respond.

So here is my belated feedback: bwahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahah ahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahah aha!

You really do crack me up on a regular basis, so please don’t be discouraged from commenting, your voice is always a welcome addition on any thread ;>)

If they’re so keen on getting to heaven, why would meeting the Grim Reaper be a bad thing?

I’m confused…

@B4   they’re confused

My dumbass half sister has been yammering about us being in the End Times (tm) for oh, let’s see, over 3 decades?  She hasn’t been right yet and she still buys lottery tickets so cognitive dissonance is obviously not a concept she understands. 

As for if it is reason A or B that certain elected official associate with these nutbars, I’m definitely going with “both”.

Um, QinaB, as a mother of child with autism, I don’t find that at all amusing.

The sad truth of it is I’m more afraid of these loonies than the black thug Muslims they’re trying to make us fear.

It’s the frothing at the mouth that does it.

And the fact that they’re either in the government or have the ear of at least one person who is.

Jesus Christ Was Sacrificed For our Sins, For Everything You’ve Done Wrong, For Every Evil Thought, For Speaking Out Against Him. His Blood Was Physically Spilled For Your Sins Before You Were Even Born. Someone Who Was Completely Innocent Took Your Execution So That You Have A Chance To Be Saved. When You Ask Jesus Christ For Forgiveness, You Are Spiritually Washed In The Blood Of Jesus Christ, The Blood That Was Spilled For Every Blasphemous Comment, For Every Future Comment That Will Surely Follow This One….... For God So Loved The World That He Gave His Only Son, whoever believes In Him Will Not Perish But Have Eternal Life.    John 3:16     If You Are A True Researcher You Verify This, Keep An Open Mind. Do Not Be Deceived By The World.

Blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. Religion is such boring horseshit. If the Bronze-Age warmongering sheepherding tribe that lived around Israel had only had the internet, or even newspapers, we wouldn’t have had half this crap.
Thank you Professor Dundes, my mythology & folklore teacher at UC Berkeley, for opening up my eyes to what a gigantic load of crap the christian religion is, how it’s borrowed from a dozen or more other religions with identical back stories for their saviors, yet somehow christianity is supposed to have the sole source of credibility. Thank you for introducing me to Lord Raglan’s Hero Scale & all-around prophet checklist. In a world of atheists, you were an uber-atheist, able to demolish the rhetoric of the christianists with a single logical leap.
Whoever left that comment above is a proselytizer of the worst kind, one who knocks on your door when you’re about to sit down to supper, & won’t leave until they’ve told you all about ol’ JC, ugh! The ones who pop in when you least expect it. Go eat a bag of salty, salty rat-dicks you sanctimonious dickweed, then follow it up with an easter basket of chocolate assholes.
Not interested in your spiritual snake-oil fairytales.

Perfect Stentor, absolutely perfect!  These guys always hype the “eternal life” schtick, which to me reveals someone scared shitless of their mortality.  So scared in fact that they’ll swallow fairytales and defend them to the end.  Bah!

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