The Christian Zionists Insane Hatred of Palestininans
It's not only Robertson, but the deceased Falwell and others, like John Hagee and other televangelists that swarm over the airwaves like a flock of blood sucking locusts.
Seeking money to carry on their love of hatred, their love of death and their love of Apartheid Israel. It's this sick and twisted love of Israel, push forth by countless pseudo-Christians that helps fan the flames of hatred, war and ethnic cleansing of Palestine by the Tel Aviv Terror Masters.
A classic example of lacking moral integrity is Pat Robertson's effort to justify God ordering the wholesale genocide of the Midianites (see the infamous passage in Numbers 31). This is what the good evangelist said:
"The wars of extermination have given a lot of people trouble unless they understand fully what was going on. The people in the land of Palestine were very wicked... God told the Israelites to kill them all: men, women and children; to destroy them." And that seems like a terrible thing to do. Is it or isn't it? Well, let us assume that there were two thousand of them or ten thousand of them living in the land, or whatever number, I don't have the exact number, but pick a number. And God said, "Kill them all." Well, that would seem hard, wouldn't it? But that would be 10,000 people who probably would go to hell. But if they stayed and reproduced, in thirty, forty or fifty or sixty or a hundred more years there could conceivably be ... ten thousand would grow to a hundred, a hundred thousand conceivably could grow to a million, and there would be a million people who would have to spend an eternity in Hell! And it is far more merciful to take away a few than to see in the future a hundred years down the road, and say, "Well, I'll have to take away a million people, that will be forever apart from God because the abomination is there." It's like a contagion. God saw that there was no cure for it. It wasn't going to change, and all they would do is cause trouble for the Israelites and pull the Israelites away from God and prevent the truth of God from reaching the earth. And so God in love - and that was a loving thing - took away a small number that he might not have to take away a large number..." (Source: The 700 Club television program, May 6, 1985. Excerpted from "Genocidal Act of 'Love'" by Elliott Finesse)