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Home Sections The Daily B.R.E.A.D. Donald Trump Is Not A Christian; He May Even Be An Antichrist
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Written by Bobby M. Reyes   
Sunday, 25 September 2016 08:49

Mr. Trump Is A "Walking Contradiction" Of What Christianity Is All About.
By Bobby M. Reyes, founder of a Filipino "Born Against" Movement.

(Editor's Note: To read more about the "Born Against" Movement, please visit its Facebook site,

D onald J. Trump, a very-proud man, is not a Christian. Why? The number-one teaching of Christianity is humility. This was the teaching of its founder, Jesus Christ, who said "Whoever exalts himself will be humbled, and whoever humbles himself will be exalted" (Matthew 23:12).

Christianity is totally the opposite of narcissism. Mr. Trump may be suffering from Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD)As the Wikipedia describes the NPD, it is "a long-term pattern of abnormal behavior characterized by exaggerated feelings of self-importance, an excessive need for admiration, and a lack of understanding of others' feelings.  People affected by it often spend a lot of time thinking about achieving power or success, or about their appearance. They often take advantage of the people around them." Mr. Trump fits exactly this description.

Yes, Christians must be humble, as St. John the Baptist said: "Though his ministry follows mine, I'm not even worthy to be his slave and untie the straps of his sandal" (John 1:27).

Christ also said in his third Beatitude: “Blessed are the meek, for they will inherit the earth” (Matthew 5:5).

The U.S.A. is a country founded on Christian beliefs. It is expected that its elected and appointed leaders must follow the humility and meekness of its Founding Fathers. And especially when it comes to its President being the Commander-in-Chief, he (or she) must follow the "meekness of the military."

An many members of the clergy and lay leaders are saying, Christianity is making the world one universal family without boundaries, without walls of separation, exclusion or division. Humanity, according to Christian practices and doctrines,  must help all people -- Christians, non-Christians and even atheists alike -- who are in need. It is obvious that throughout his adult life, Mr. Trump is not a Christian.

"Meekness in the Military" was the subject of General Peter Pace's narrative. He is a former chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff (2005-2007). He told this story about himself as a young captain during the Vietnam war.[1]“There was an event in Vietnam where I almost made a very serious mistake. We had been on a patrol, and a young Marine named Lance Corporal Guido Farinaro, 19 years old, from Bethpage, New York, was killed by a sniper. The bullet came from a nearby village. I was the platoon leader, and he was my machinegun squad leader. I was enraged, and I called in an artillery strike to get the sniper. Then I looked to my right and saw 21-year-old Sergeant Reid B. Zachary. He did not say a thing, but he simply looked at me, and I knew what I was about to do was wrong.

“I called off the artillery strike and we swept the village, as I should have done in the first place. We found nothing but women and children, as the sniper was long gone. I don’t know that I could have lived with myself had I done what I originally planned to do. I don’t think I would be standing in front of you today. I had almost allowed the rage of the moment to overcome what I thought was some substantial thinking about who I was going to be in combat.
“After the event, I called my platoon together in a little bombed out crater, and I apologized to them. I told them had it not been for Sergeant Zachary, I probably would not have made the right decision. The reaction of the platoon was amazing. It was a very warm, family response, and I learned that a leader admitting mistakes, and thanking those who point them out to him or her, is really important.” (As mentioned in

Donald Trump does not admit mistakes. He does not apologize even when people in his circle or organization point out a mistake to him. And he does not thank those people and probably he tells them: "You're fired."

A Christian is supposed to know the Bible. Perhaps Mr. Trump has apparently not read it, just as he remains essentially ignorant of the United States Constitution. So even when his speechwriter makes a Biblical reference, he flubs it. Donald Trump showed his ignorance of the Bible when he spoke to students at Liberty University, a Christian school in the heart of Virginia. After vowing to protect Christians across the globe, Trump read a verse from Second Corinthians — one of the books in the New Testament. But Trump flubbed the name, pronouncing it "Two Corinthians," as it's often written in text.

Mr. Trump claims always that he belongs to a Presbyterian church. But some pundits and humorists have described Mr. Trump's alleged status as a "Praisebyterian," who praises himself to high heavens in his daily life. Throughout his adult life, Mr. Trump has not exercised basic Christian tenets such as care and concern for the poor, especially the handicapped, respect for women, equality of all classes of people, honesty, fidelity ...

When Mr. Trump first started working for his father, who owned some 14,000 apartments and rental units in New York City, he instructed his staff to devise a code so that colored people would be rejected as lessors. He reasoned out that Minorities, especially African-American applicants, would be bad for his family's rental business. Later on, Mr. Trump started to convert the affordable apartment units into high-priced condominiums that were beyond the reach of the working class. The Trump father-and-son duo was later sued by the government and a settlement was reached with the defendants paying a hefty fine. This episode in Mr. Trump's life started his unchristian career as a developer full of greed and insatiable thirst for money

On the other hand, Donald Trump has taken advantage of the small-business owners, often poor or struggling entrepreneurs, by not paying their bills vendors or suppliers of his various companies. In fact, Mr. Trump dared them to sue him in court to recover any settlement of unpaid bills. And very few of the contractors that Mr. Trump stiffed had funds to hire lawyers or pay for court costs. He has made fun of some people's disabilities even in his campaign television appearances.

Mr. Trump has not shown respect for women, especially lady television anchors, as he often called them "fat pigs, ugly, disgusting slobs" and other humiliating terms -- as had been documented in the Republican primary debates, in his tweets and other TV appearances.

Mr. Trump is a bigot and he has shown his contempt for people of color, especially Mexicans, African Americans, Asian Americans, Native-American Indians and he abhors refugees, especially if they belong to the Muslim faith and/or to the LGBT community.

A true Christian is honest and does not commit scams. One of the biggest scams that Mr. Trump and his business organization have committed was to organize the "Trump University." More-than 3,500 of the "Trump U" enrollees have sued him and some of his staff for violation of the "Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act in a federal court in San Diego, CA. The New York Attorney General is finalizing now its investigation of the "Trump University" scams and will probably indict him for criminal and/or civil violations of the RICO Act.

A Christian is expected to maintain fidelity to the various teachings, practices and institutions of the church that he or she belongs. Mr. Trump has made a mockery of Christianity, especially its institution and/or sacrament of marriage. He is currently on his third marriage. He has had numerous affairs with celebrities such as actresses and models and frequently boasts to the mainstream media that some of his women call his bedroom performance as "the best sex" they ever had. As the Mormon Church puts it so eloquently, "No success can compensate for failure in the home." If Mr. Trump cannot be faithful to a single marriage, how can he maintain fidelity to the U.S. Constitution if by a remote chance he is elected to the Office of the President?

Christians, especially those who are rich, are also expected to do acts of charity for the less-fortunate member of society. Mr. Trump, who boasts of having a net worth of at least $10-billion, founded a foundation named after him. But according to the Washington Post, Mr. Trump has not donated a single penny to his foundation since 2008. But he allegedly used more-than $250,000 of the foundation's funds in settling some of his legal obligations that resulted from suits filed against him. He used apparently also $20,000 in buying an oil painting of himself by an artist.

To paraphrase Mrs. Hillary Clinton, most books that tell about the scams and greed of Donald J. Trump end on Chapter 11, as his conglomerate has sought six times the protection of the U.S. Federal Bankruptcy Court. What Christian businessman would use bankruptcy as a strategy to avoid paying employees, small-business suppliers, vendors and contractors? Small stockholders figuratively lost their shirts in many Trump companies.

In Christianity, the Antichrist or false Messiah is generally regarded as a figure of evil that will falsely claim to be the Christ.

Many people are saying that Mr. Trump has claimed falsely and continue to boast that he alone could solve America's economic woes. He has said also that he alone could save the United States from terrorism, as he knows better terrorists than the American generals and the U.S. military establishment. His surrogates allegedly also think he would become the Savior of the World.

Mr. Trump has not officially claimed that he is the Second Coming of Jesus Christ. But he and his surrogates act as if he is a demigod. He likes to impress people that he is an extremely-impressive leader or important person; his public-relations guys presents him as a person who seems like a demigod in some ways.

Perhaps Mr. Trump's surrogates heard wrongly former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, who said at the Democratic National Convention that Mr. Trump is a "demagogue." The Trump people that were watching the DNC on TV thought that they heard Mr. Bloomberg say that Mr. Trump is a "demigod" and that he is also an artist. Mr. Bloomberg said that Mr. Trump is a con (artist).

Some of my friends who are men of the cloth fear that if Mr. Trump is elected the President, his Messianic Complex may push him to use weapons of mass destruction, as he no patience for diplomacy. They fear that a President Trump may do more harm to humanity than Adolf Hitler, who was called also an Antichrist.

Adolf Hitler started his career in politics by adopting a message that "Germany can be great again." Donald Trump, who has a German grandmother, apparently is aping Adolf Hitler, who is considered one of the Antichrist figures in world history. Mr. Trump apes him by adopting the slogan, "American can be great again," and he does not understand that the United States is the greatest country, and it has the biggest and most-vibrant economy, in the world.

Adolf Hitler started the first modern ethnic-cleansing movement in the world by pursuing his "Aryan Perfect Race" policy. He tried his best to eliminate Jews, Gypsies and other ethnic groups in Europe. American voters must remember that Donald Trump has accepted enthusiastically support from the Klan men, Neo Nazis and White Supremacists. Mr. Trump abhors colored people -- from Black and Brown Americans to Asian Americans, Native-American Indians and other minorities.

Imagine a modern-day Hitler in the Oval Office who is command of the nuclear arsenal of the United States, the world's only superpower. That is what many American voters fear that can happen if Mr. Trump becomes the President of the United States. # # #

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