A third, and perhaps even more menacing anti-Obama “death prayer pastor” is Peter Peters of the LaPorte, Colorado Church of Christ. During the 1980’s, members of the white supremacist militia group The Order attended Peters’ church and four months after Pastor Pete Peters and his parishioner Colonel Jack Mohr appeared on Jewish talk show host Alan Berg's Denver radio show, during which the radio show host confronted Peters and Mohr about their views, Berg was machine-gunned to death. Members of The Order were later cconvicted of the murder.
Peters went on to host an October 1992 planning meeting, with white supremacist and NeoNazi leaders, during which an organizing strategy for a national paramilitary network was hammered out. Former Aryan Nations member Floyd Cochran said of Peters, “He doesn’t espouse Hitler. He doesn’t use the swastika or Klan robes. Instead he uses the Bible and the American flag. Peters talks in a language we’re used to hearing. His hatred is masked in God.”
Along with Steven Anderson, Peter Peters also gave an anti-Obama imprecatory prayer church service prior to Barack Obama’s inauguration. In Peters' January 19, 2009 sermon, broadcast over the Internet, Pete Peters concluded with a “party crashing” imprecatory prayer to call down divine destruction on Barack Obama’s inaugural celebration:
“On those false oath swearers and false oath takers bring destruction...
Melt and try with your fiery wrath those who with deceit speak lies and refuse to know you. Bring your vengeance upon them and upon them who have given oaths to Satan and false gods in their practice of divination. “
Wednesday, September 02, 2009
Another pastor prays for the death of President Obama
In case you might have wondered why I included Pastor Steve Anderson praying for the death of President Obama in a post about Glenn Beck promoting white supremacist style conspiracy theory about President Obama secretly building a Marxist army of black radicals to take over the country, this Talk To Action post should give you an indication of why I believe the two (Beck's racist propaganda and the pastor's hate prayers) aren't a good mix
Posted by Hume's Ghost at 9/02/2009