Jones is just one of many advisors to the president with strong ties to socialist and communist agendas
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Humble, TX (PRWEB) September 10, 2009
Mel Sanger, international political researcher and author of The Antichrist Identity, has said in a recent statement that since Van Jones, Obama's recently appointed Green Jobs Czar, officially resigned from his post that Obama Antichrist rumors have surged. Jones had been facing escalating political pressure once Fox News Channel host Glenn Beck denounced him as a radical communist who believed the United States government was involved in the Sept. 11th attacks.
"Jones is just one of many advisors to the president with strong ties to socialist and communist agendas," Sanger said, "and people have concerns that this trend may be leading to a new world order." In his 150 page report on the subject, he addresses these issues which have been weighing so heavily on the public's mind since the past election cycle and offers some thought providing answers that portray the president in a new light.
Sanger was asked in February of 2008 to study the Barack Obama Antichrist allegations by a major American Christian church to determine what role if any the charismatic figure had in bringing about a new world order. These findings were recently released to the public as a 3 part report titled The Antichrist Identity. It offers some shocking claims concerning the president as well as other powerful political figures such as Prince Charles of Wales and Javier Solana of the European Union.
About Mel Sanger:
Mr. Sanger is an international political researcher and author who leads an experienced team of research analysts, focusing primarily on bible prophecy and theories concerning a New World Order. He has been an outspoken teacher within the evangelical Christian community and has hosted several workshops on these topics as well as the New Age movement and the RFID chip.
Sanger has been an avid researcher of these topics for over 25 years now, and published his first work on the subject, a 350 page report titled Vision, in 1993. The report was recently expanded and given the new title Vision Revisited and is being offered as part of an online subscription service.