On June 9, the church received a letter from the IRS stating that "a reasonable belief exists that you may not be tax-exempt as a church … " The federal tax code prohibits tax-exempt organizations, including churches, from intervening in political campaigns and elections.
Two things which need to be brought out here:
1) Do you understand now why the mainstream religious denominations are so utterly worthless when it comes to standing up against the New World Order? The tiniest criticism of governmental activities can cause them to lose their coveted 503 tax exempt status. This can cost even small churches tens of thousands of dollars in taxes per year, at every level from federal income to local property assessments on their buldings and properties. Sadly, the love of mammon over God will always be the prevailing creed of the American religious hierarchy. So the NWO knows it has the churches trumped as a moral counterbalance to its insidious agenda.
2) Do you also understand how this proves that Falwell, Robertson and that whole cast of Religious Right characters are as phony as three dollar bills? If these people were true champions of Christian ideals and values, they would have been slapped down just as quickly as the church in Pasadena from Barbara's article. Ergo, they can only be accomplices in crime to the Illuminati. There is no other explanation as to why they are permitted to operate openly and in ostensible opposition to the liberal secular humanist forces in government. Yep, just another dog and pony show for the benefit of "the goyim".
Finally, I'm torn on your input, Ozzy_dopster. I believe that churches should not be stifled from expressing their opinons any more than individual American citizens, nor should they be held as financial hostages by the government. On the other hand, you are correct in saying that if the churches would simply reject 503 status and pay their way like everyone else, the government's power over them would dissolve immediately.