Pat Robertson and Danny Glover on Haiti earthquake

A new reader and listener from the left coast contacted me asking why we had not posted on Pat Robertson’s comments concerning Haiti’s pact with the Devil. Well, I was waiting for the left shoe to drop. Danny Glover took care of that, suggesting non-action at climate summits result in earthquakes.

Both reflect opinions of a religious nature – yes, climate change is a religion, but first, here is some donation information.

Hat tip to Malkin for pointing to Glover’s comments over at the Daily Telegraph. Skip ahead to towards the end if you want to hear Glover only, but I’d suggest listening to the full audio for some perspective. He suggests the islands are in danger due to climate change and global warming  – he’s wrong, but fine – then, he suggests “this is what happens” when they do not come up with climate change solutions at conferences similar to Copenhagen’s stage show.

Does he not?


Next, here’s Robertson’s comments suggesting the Haitian people made swore a pact with the Devil to get the French out of Haiti, and since then, they have been cursed by one thing after another. I’m not familiar with the history of the region, but Robertson’s comments are stupid. This clip includes a response from Haitian leaders – not necessarily the government.


11 replies
  1. Erik Blazynski
    Erik Blazynski says:

    I think Robertson is just protecting his cash flow.  His followers may send their good deed money to Haiti this month instead of to Robertson. He pulled this same crap during Katrina and 9/11.   I would like to see their financial statement in the aftermath of natural and man-made disasters. I guarantee giving is reduced and likely behind his motives.

  2. donh
    donh says:

    Haiti has taken away my appetite. If you cannot give anything, try fasting. I have given, but not to the whitehouse. I fear money donated to Obama will be diverted to pay for Coakley media ads. That while Obama schemes and plots politcal war in Mass callous of the people suffering in Haiti  , give cash to your church / salvation army . The love of genuine charity  will tie the voodoo that shook the ground  into a curse on Obama. I have said in prior post, we are witnessing a climax in the power of evil, an apotheosis of Satan that took place on Christmas Eve when your government voted to take healthcare away from the widow, deny treatment of the handicap, and fund the abortion of the unborn on the Eve of the Lord's birth. The gates of HELL have been opened…. .

  3. Anne-EH
    Anne-EH says:

    What Pat Robertson said makes Christians REALLY look bad helps non-Christian believers reject the Christian faith. Danny Glover is simply using the suffering of the Haitian people to promote the nonsense of global warming.

    • donh
      donh says:

      Does it make Christians look bad or God look bad? Pat Robertson simply has a pure genuine faith in the Exodus passage "You shall not make for yourself an idol, or any likeness of what is in heaven above or on the earth beneath or in the water under the earth. You shall not worship them or serve them; for I, the LORD your God, am a jealous God”

      • Anne-EH
        Anne-EH says:

        What I was just was saying is that "timing is everything" and when Pat Robertson was saying, it was only just a few short days after the earthquake in Haiti when those who were the most affected would be insulted.

  4. gillie28
    gillie28 says:

    The Holy Scriptures reveal a spiritual battle between heaven and hell for the salvation or damnation of human souls.  They also teach (in both Testaments) that there is judgement on evil, or, if you prefer, the ultimate removal of Divine protection as PEOPLE CHOOSE TO REJECT HIM.  The Lord's mercy allows for myriads of ways in which His forgiveness and methods of salvation are offered (and no, "salvation" is not instantaneous, but an on-going process).  

    The Scriptures are filled with warnings to stop sinning, return to God's truths, reject evil or there are consequences that include natural disasters and sickness and disease.  This doesn't mean that God is heartless or wants the downfall of any individual, community or nation.  But, there are Divine laws that most of the planet has chosen to ignore and/or openly reject and/or distort because obeying truths means overcoming sins and giving up whatever is against God's standards.  This doesn't mean rejoicing in the downfall of hurt and suffering humans, or not having compassion, but it does perhaps mean reassessing one's personal relationship with the Lord and seeking out what His will is in our lives, and how we can best honor and serve Him.

  5. donh
    donh says:

    The earthquake began in Eureka California. Eureka is the the expression of great discovery shouted Archimedes. the quake then travelled down to Haiti which is a version of the word Hades. Hades in Greek myth is the entrance of the underworld held to be at the Cumae bay of Naples area of Italy. The map formation of Haiti is near identical to the bay of Naples and its misty mountainous topagraphy match the greek myth. Carribean is the derivative of the word cannibal from the indians that lived there Pre Columbian. The only complete genocide to ever happen on earth is believed to be against the Taino Indians that used to inhabit Haiti. The supernatural is definitely shouting out through this event wheather it be the voice of God or the Devil. Please help the Hatians have  mercy with your charity.

  6. donh
    donh says:

    The parable of the Rich man and Lazarus tells of  the Dead King in hell pleading with God to warn the living

    He said, ‘I ask you therefore, father, that you would send him to my father’s house; for I have five brothers, that he may testify to them, so they won’t also come into this place of torment.’

    "But Abraham said to him,

    ‘They have Moses and the prophets. Let them listen to them.’

    "He said, ‘No, father Abraham, but if one goes to them from the dead, they will repent.’

    "He said to him, ‘If they don’t listen to Moses and the prophets,

    neither will they be persuaded if one rises from the dead.’"

    Some people can bear witness to the most grotesque tragedy and  Deny what is right before their eyes. How can anyone look at Haiti and deny the existance of Hell ?

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