Copyright 12.21.2010 By Chase Kyla Hunter All Rights Reserved
In the video linked below you will see a 48: 30 duration talk given by Raj Patel on October 18th 2010 to an audience at the University of Windsor. Based on the University’s website, I cannot ascertain exactly where the campus is actually located, as the text reads “North America as it faces Canada” and only mentions the state of Michigan in passing. Bizarre.
The University of Windsor is located at the crossroads of North America, 15 minutes from the start of Highway 401 or Michigan’s I-75, and facing one of Canada’s most beautiful waterfronts on the Detroit River. That location speaks to UWindsor’s greatness as an internationally oriented, multi-disciplined institution that actively encourages a broad diversity of students, faculty and staff. Those strengths vault it to the forefront of Canadian universities in the creation of an awareness and appreciation of difference — difference in ethnic backgrounds, difference in cultures and difference in dreams.
This video below displays Raj Patel in his new “Global Food Czar” modality. There is nothing quiet, self-effacing or humble about the manner in which he states his case. Rather, I would say that the incredible notoriety which has come his way this year, having been veritably named the “Messiah” by Share International devotees, has had a profound impact on both this man’s personality and the manner in which he speaks. Patel delivers this talk the “democratization of the food industry” with grandiose gesturing, great pomp, flamboyant turns of phrase, and the thrust of his chin constantly tilting up and forward as he speaks is noted. That is a sign of great arrogance and hidden aggression. This is a man totally unlike the person we saw on the Colbert Show TV appearance early in January of this year, who was stammering, sweating profusely, and almost melting to the floor in shy self effacement under the glare of Colbert’s bizarre comic antics while being studied by a mildly curious TV studio audience.
My sense of this man at the time is that he is adjusting himself to the fact that he is now famous, in demand, and bearing hefty enough academic and historical credentials to become a serious heavyweight player on the world political scene, not unlike the rising Henry Kissinger of 45 years ago. I sensed also a bravado, and the intention to polish his public speaking skills on these smaller and adoring crowds who fawn over him and most likely attend to his every need as if he were a rock star.
The woman who introduced Raj Patel for this speech spent 4 minutes reciting his credentials, achievements, UN resume and so forth before she called him up. It was more than overkill. If we have a false world messiah in the making here, then you and I have unprecedented access to the “Before the Maitreya announcement Patel” and can compare that 11 months later to the “After the Messiah announcement Patel”. Indeed there is a change taking place.
[ During Patel's appearance Mr. Colbert conducted himself in a manner so vulgar and bizarre I thought he had lost his mind. Patel just sat there smiling the whole time, admittedly he did not seem to be very comfortable with the antics being displayed. I want readers to compare that appearance with the University of Windsor appearance below, to note the profound changes in Raj Patel since January of 2010.]
Pay close attention to what he says in his last 12 minutes, as all the coded phrases and keywords for what he wants to do are all there. He who has ears, let him / her hear.
Raj Patel Speaks About the Global Food Crisis at the University of Windsor:
More video appearances by Raj Patel in 2010:
Chase Kyla Hunter
11.21.2010 Posted by CK Hunter – Please share these videos and research with everyone you know and love.
This revealing blasphemous video [presented below, after my signature ] contains a key revelation as to how the final Son of Perdition will use the symbols of his dark to present a slick and elaborate worldwide false spiritual , which is designed to fool the very Elect. This false teaching will be so smoothly delivered and presented as to cause millions of Christians to submit to it, if they do not pray for the watch care of the Holy Spirit to envelope and protect them. Just as the bible teaches, this man will have the “understanding of dark sentences” and will enter in with flattery.
Be VERY CAREFUL as you study this video below. It is deceptive, but it contains the kind of “unifying” religious theme that the whole world is yearning for right now. That’s why this false teaching is so intoxicating. It seems like just exactly what the whole world needs - but the teaching will be shown to be false, when it is revealed where they place the Lord Jesus Christ in their Universal pantheon. That is the key.
Know in advance that the teaching this man will present will be a “counterfeit” form of global one world religion, designed to look like, sound like, and appear as a unifying religious doctrine, but it is a FALSE DOCTRINE. You will know it is a false doctrine by the position the teacher assigns to Jesus Christ in his presentations. That is the key to tearing the mask off the fraudulent new “one world religion” which will be presented using this logotype as it’s indoctrinating symbolism.
Share this post with every Christian that you know and love. Pray for the watch care of the Holy Spirit to protect and help every Christian around the world to discern the truth, and to know the truth from the slick and sophisticated lie which this fraudulent “world teacher” will use to try to literally fool the world.
Chase Kyla Hunter
Here is the video:
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3.15.2010 By CK Hunter
The cognitive dissonace gets worse as I locate another major media article naming Raj Patel as Maitreya and naming Share International as the organization who has “heralded” him thusly. Someone is lying. It either has to be Creme himself [Creme recently disavowed even knowing who Patel was until recently and claimed he had never even met him] or members of Share International. Here’s the piece with the text highlighted.
Raj Patel opens his new book, The Value of Nothing: How to Reshape Market Society and Redefine Democracy, with Oscar Wilde’s observation that “nowadays people know the price of everything and the value of nothing.” Patel shows how our faith in prices as a way of valuing the world is misplaced. Revealing the hidden ecological and social costs of a hamburger — as much as $200 — he asks how we came to have markets in the first place. Both the corporate capture of government and our current financial crisis, Patel argues, are a result of our bankrupt political system. Searching for solutions, Patel goes back to basics in both economics and politics.
Raj Patel has worked for the World Bank and WTO and been tear-gassed on four continents protesting against them. He is a visiting scholar at UC Berkeley’s Center for African Studies, a researcher at the School of Development Studies at the University of KwaZulu-Natal, a fellow at the Institute for Food and Development Policy (Food First) and the author of Stuffed and Starved. Though recently heralded as the Maitreya (or chosen one) by members of Share International, Patel protests he’s just an ordinary bloke.
3.15.2010 Research By CK Hunter
Cited from a reputable internet source: Raj Patel‘s own blog:
Interesting reading by RAJEEV PATEL & PHILIP MCMICHAEL
Third World Quarterly, Vol 25, No 1, pp 231–254, 2004
RAJEEV PATEL & PHILIP MCMICHAEL
“We [ referring to the two authors of the paper, one of which is Raj Patel] modify the term ‘fascism’ with ‘global’. This we do for a number of reasons. We do not claim that the tendencies we see at work from the early days of the development project to contemporary developmentalism replicate exactly the features of mid-1930s and –1940s Germany, Italy and Japan. Although, as Gourevitch notes, important features of Nazi Germany were present in the policies of other states at the time, we readily acknowledge the historic specificity of this period.7 What we attempt to do, however, is to broker a conversation between two different kinds of heterodox approaches to development…”
Read the entire paper at:
Google Rajeev Patel for more info.