• Confronting ‘Witchcraft’ of BLM Leaders Stirred Up Some Revealing Responses

    Surge Summary: A recent column by Dr. Michael Brown exposing some Black Lives Matter leaders for their witchcraft-like practice of calling on the names of the dead generated rigorous online response – much of it based on misinformation and erroneous assumptions. It also underscored, at root, this conflict is a spiritual one.

    by Michael L. Brown

    For several weeks now, we have been warning about the Jezebelic spirit behind the BLM movement. Last week, we posted a video and an article documenting how BLM leaders were literally calling on spirits of the dead (hat tip to Abe Hamilton at AFA), asking these spirits to rise up and empower BLM’s actions. Talk about the kingdom of darkness!

    This past Sunday night, I joined California pastor Rob McCoy to talk about a range of issues leading up to the elections, including the true nature of the BLM movement. This caught the attention of Right Wing Watch (RWW), a radical leftwing organization, which posted a full report on their homepage with a link on their Facebook page.

    No comments are allowed on their homepage, but the comments on the Facebook page were quite revealing.

    The Facebook caption read: “Anti-LGBTQ activist and author Michael Brown calls the Black Lives Matter movement ‘anti-Christ.’ He says four more years of Trump will give the church time to usher in revival and awakening.” (My actual words, which are quoted in the article on the Right Wing Watch homepage, were: “And four more years of Donald Trump’s not going to save America. At best, that’s a wedge in the door, where the church can really cry out to God, truly repent, truly engage in the Gospel, and usher in revival and awakening because that’s the hope of the nation.”)

    But what followed next is what garnered the most attention. It was the header under the Facebook graphic, stating, “Michael Brown Says BLM Calling Out Names of the Dead Is ‘Witchcraft.’” This is what stirred things up.

    As of this writing, of the 103 comments posted on Facebook, only two of them questioned the BLM practice, while others were quick to justify it, comparing it to prayers to Jesus (who, in their eyes, is dead), to Roman Catholic prayers to the saints, or to calling out the names of those killed on 9/11.

    Here are some of the more passionate posts:

    • When you make a racist lose his mind like this . . . you know BLM supporters are doing it right!
    • “Great Caesar’s Ghost” he IS insane!
    • So fighting for equality is satanic now? If that’s the case then I’m a Satanist.
    • These morons should have to work real jobs, not just make up hateful [expletive] to sell to lunatics.
    • Another [expletive] nut case. Where do they come from?
    • Have you ever noticed that it’s the most evil-minded bigots and cranks who call other people anti-Christ and witches? This guy’s a total nut job.

    So, calling on the spirits of the dead is perfectly sane and rational. Exposing the practice is insane and irrational. All clear!

    Others posted homosexual comments too crude to repeat, while others attacked Christian practices (including Roman Catholic practices):

    • But calling on God, Jesus, or the Saints, all of whom are dead or made up, to intercede on one’s behalf is religion! Got it.
    • And talking to an invisible being in the sky and asking for favors is madness. So?

    For others, it was time to bring up the infamous Salem Witch Trials, while other couldn’t resist some of their own witchcraft humor:

    • I bet he misses Salem and the Witch Trails.
    • Well a hex on him.
    • [Expletive]. You. Mikey. Brown! That was a Satanic spell to get Mikey to soil himself. Did it work?
    • Seriously? Is this clown so ignorant that he actually believes in witches, or is just another grifter playing to suckers who are that ignorant?
    • Funny how fast christians went from “love thy neighbor as thy self” to “kill all the witches” in a fascist heartbeat. Amazing what power and money does.
    • Holdovers from medieval times. These people are the modern equivalents of those who thought burning at the stake saved heretic souls.

    Others needed to be even clearer with their threats:

    • Yeah pal, keep it up and they will be calling your name.
    • Time to bring the lions back to the collisium [sic] for a buffet.

    Not surprisingly, the last comment, calling for the lions to kill and eat Christians, was one of the most liked. And not surprisingly, based on the caption and headline, the readers, already quite hostile to Christian conservatives, assumed I was a racist and a fascist, someone who wanted to “kill all the witches.” Isn’t it remarkable how people can get worked up into a frenzy based on misinformation?

    But that happens every moment of every day online, with people from all backgrounds, both fundamentalist and atheist, rightwing and leftwing, getting worked up and manipulated by misleading headlines and quotes. What is revealing here is the complete support for BLM leaders who call on spirits of the dead. That I dare brand this as “witchcraft” – by which I meant invoking demonic forces for empowerment – was the great sin in their eyes.

    Can you see now why we have been emphasizing the spiritual nature of this battle? Can you see how deeply this really is part of “Jezebel’s War with America”? The hornet’s nest has been stirred.

    Dr. Michael Brown’s newest book is: Evangelicals at the Crossroads: Will We Pass the Trump Test

    The views here are those of the author and not necessarily Daily Surge

    Originally posted here.

    Image: Msporch’s picture on Pixabay . 


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