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Analyst: The Bible Code and a Fly Absolutely Prove Obama is the Antichrist

Last week on TruNews, an analyst told host Rick Wiles he had undeniable proof of what the right-wing has been preaching for a long time now and it’s straight from the Bible.

Jonathon Wright used the debunked Bible Code to prove Obama was indeed the ‘Man of Sin.’

Wright insisted he did not set out with an anti-Obama bias, but he had no choice but declare Obama as the evil one, because as Bible warns, Obama wears a Muslim wedding ring.

“That’s right. Those are my only — I’ve tried to look at this as an investigation not with an agenda, by the way, but what I’ve come up with those have to be the possibilities,” Wright told Wiles. “Let’s just face it, he’s got a ring on that says, ‘There’s no God but Allah and Mohammad is his Messenger.’ Now, by definition, that’s Antichrist.”

His real proof, though, came when he looked up the name ‘Obama’ using the Bible Code, alongside names such as ‘Lucifer’ and other names for the devil. No matter how many times he tried it, Wright said, there was no escaping Obama and evil were related.

“Usually they both confirm, back and forth the same thing,” he stressed, citing the correlation is a message from God that Obama is a dark force.

Wiles and Wright then discussed how Obama’s Antichrist status had been confirmed by other supernatural events, like when flies landed on his face.

“And there’s always the photos that you see everywhere with the flies landing on his face,” Wright told Wiles, who seemed to think that it was highly unusual that a fly would come near a human being. “I can show you in the codes where he’s got a strong connection to the Lord of the Flies, Beelzebub.”

Finally, Wright concluded, while he does not want to talk bad about the President, he simply does not have a choice.

“I really didn’t want the American president to be ‘the AC’ or the Man of Sin,” Wright said, rather unconvincingly. “It just looks like he’s the forerunner and we’re not looking for a needle in a stack of needles by the way.”

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  • halhurst

    Antichrist? Takes one to know one, I’d say.

  • Gilberto Urroz

    Actually, he’s the ant christ… here’s the proof…

  • Thomas W. Yale

    “Let’s just face it, he’s got a ring on that says, ‘There’s no God but Allah and Mohammad is his Messenger.’ Now, by definition, that’s Antichrist.”

    Whose definition? The Bible’s? There are only four occurrences of the word in the Bible: 1 John 2:18, 1 John 2:22, 1 John 4:3 and 2 John 1:7. None of them make mention of Muhammad or a ring. I think his implication is that believing in Islam is a rejection of Christ, yet there are glowing, praiseful passages of Jesus in the Qu’ran, authored by Muhammad Himself. In fact, you can’t be a Muslim unless you believe in Jesus.

    • SoCalMike

      But only as a prophet like the other prophets.
      Not Messiah Jesus.
      That’s the purpose Christ has in the Koran; to serve as a distant agitprop for exalting Mohammed.

      • Thomas W. Yale

        I don’t think you understand what “agitprop” means. It’s political propaganda, originally communist, especially in art or literature, derived from a blend of the Russian words agitatsiya (agitation) and propaganda (propaganda).

        Moreover, your comment regarding Jesus’ status in Islam is incorrect. Jesus is considered to be a Messenger of God and al-Masih (the Messiah) in Islam who was sent to guide the banī isrā’īl (Children of Israel) with a new scripture, al-Injīl (the Gospel). What Islam does is reject Christian dogma that was never in the Bible.

        Traditionally, Islam teaches the rejection of the Trinitarian Christian view that Jesus was God incarnate or the Son of God. In the Qu’ran says that Jesus himself never claimed to be the Son of God, and furthermore indicates that Jesus will deny having ever claimed divinity at the Last Judgment, and God will vindicate Him. Islamic texts forbid the association of partners with God (shirk), emphasizing a strict notion that God is singular, or “one” (tawhīd).

        Jesus is traditionally understood in Islam to have been a precursor to Muhammad, and is believed by Muslims to have foretold the Latter’s coming; however, according to Muslim scholars this prophecy, in the Surah Al-Saff, (61:6), is referring to Ahmad. Some Islamic scholars see this as the controversial mistranslation of Paraclete from Greek to Arabic.

        Jesus is unique for being the only prophet in Islam who neither married nor had any children. Muslims believe that Jesus will return to earth near the Day of Judgment to restore justice and to defeat al-Masih ad-Dajjal (“the false messiah”, also known as the Antichrist). Jesus will not return as a new prophet, as Muhammad is regarded as the final Prophet, but will continue from where He left off at the time of His Ascension. He will live for another 40 years before dying a natural death.

        Not that I agree with everything that Islam teaches about Jesus, because their interpretations involve a lot of dogma as well that was never in the Qu’ran (I’m a Bahá’í, by the way, not a Muslim). For example, most of the Islamic world believes that God will never again provide humanity with divine guidance because Muhammad is the Seal of the Prophets, but there’s some confusion among Muslims between the two words for “prophet”, nabi (more specifically one who is sent from God) and rasul (a man sent directly by God to the mankind to lead them to right path).