Pastor John Hagee is one of America’s top pro-Israel Evangelic preacher. Sometime he is so obsessed with state of Israel that he forgets to mention his Lord Jesus during his sermons. He is founder of ‘Christians United for Israel’. In his book In Defense of Israel, Hagee says that Jesus did not come on earth to be the ‘Promised Hebrew Messiah’. In 2010, Hagee called Iranian president “Hitler of Middle East”. In July 2011, while addressing ‘Christians United for Israel’ annual convention in Washington DC, the anti-Christ Pastor advised Ahmadinejad not to threaten Israel.
Hagee’s latest ‘holy gaffe’ came during his last week sermon God’s message for men. Hagee spent most of his sermon explaining that men are different from women because their brains don’t function the same way. To prove his point, Hagee brought-up September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks as an example of how men and women reacted to the tragic event.
Hagee said that while women showed sympathy for those trapped inside the World Trade Center (what about the passengers in the so-called 4-hijacked planes?), the men wanted to know who was in charge.
Hagee answered his own question by saying that after 9/11 attacks “Alexander Haig actually said I’m incharge here”. None of Pastor Hagee’s Zionist Christian sheep questioned his ignorance.
Gen. Alexander Haig (died 2010), former secretary of state and Supreme Allied Commander-Europe (SACEUR), made that statement on March 30, 1981, when president Ronald Reagan was shot at during his address at the AFL-CIO union gathering at the Washington Hilton hotel.
“Constitutionally, gentlemen, you have the President, the Vice President, and the Secretary of State, in that order, and should the President decide he wants to transfer the helm to the Vice President, he will do so. As of now, I am in control here, in the White House, pending the return of the Vice President and in close touch with him. If something came up, I would check with him, of course,” spoke Haig from the White House.
On June 7, 2013, Steve Feldman wrote in the American Thinker: “Alexander Haig had even more of a crush on the nation and people of Israel”.
So, the Israel-Firster pastor proved himself that it’s his brain which is not working.
“According to the Old Testament, man and woman have come into being from the same flesh. That is true, but though they have come into being from the same flesh, they have two different bodies, which are totally unlike each other in composition. They never have the same feelings and never show the same reactions to various incidents and accidents. They are like two planets moving in two different orbits. They may understand each other and may be complimentary to each other, but they are never unified. That is why they may live with each other, love each other and may not get fed up with the temperament of each other“ says professor Reek, an American psychologist.
Islam, on the other hand, claims that men and women are equal in the presence of the Creator (Allah), when it comes to rewards and punishments. However, they’re created different biologically to perform their different functions on the Earth.
As far as 9/11 is concerned – Let’s hear from “horse-mouth”. Israeli Zionist author Barry Chamish, admitted in a 2012 interview – Israel did 9/11.
John Hagee and 9/11 | Rehmat's World