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Neurosurgeon Dr Ben Carson

Dr Ben Carson is running for Republican president in America at this present moment. Although best known for separating conjoined twins before retiring, he is fast becoming known for other things as well.

In October 2015

Right Wing Watch reported: Ben Carson Called Out For ‘Blatant Lying’ In GOP Debate

During last night’s GOP presidential debate, Ben Carson flatly denied having any relationship with a nutritional supplement company, Mannatech, that has been accused of deceptive marketing and come under fire for promoting quack treatments for cancer and autism, dismissing the charges as “total propaganda.”

“It is absolutely absurd to say that I had any kind of a relationship with them,” he said.

Reporters did just that, and found clear evidence of Carson’s relationship with Mannatech. He delivered “four paid speeches at Mannatech gatherings” where he showered praises on the company’s products and filmed a promotional video for the company, which is odd since Carson insisted during the debate that Mannatech had only had used his image “without my permission”


In November 2015

Mother Jones reports:

Ben Carson’s campaign on Friday admitted, in a response to an inquiry from POLITICO, that a central point in his inspirational personal story was fabricated: his application and acceptance into the U.S. Military Academy at West Point.

The academy has occupied a central place in Carson’s tale for years. According to a story told in Carson’s book, “Gifted Hands,” the then-17 year old was introduced in 1969 to Gen. William Westmoreland, who had just ended his command of U.S. forces in Vietnam, and the two dined together. That meeting, according to Carson’s telling, was followed by a “full scholarship” to the military academy.

West Point, however, has no record of Carson applying, much less being extended admission….

When presented with this evidence, Carson’s campaign conceded the story was false.


Dr Ben Carson has compared Syrian refugees to “rabid dogs.”

Father Theodoros Daoud

Father Theodoros Daoud, an Antiochian Orthodox Christian priest in Syria has written a response letter for Dr Ben Carson

Letter to Dr. Ben Carson

After presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson called the Syrians refugees rapid dogs, Father Theodoros Daoud ,an Antiochian Orthodox Christian priest sends him this letter:

“Dear rabid dog Dr. Ben Carson,

I hope this word will not offend you, doctor. If it does, I don’t care because you have offended each one of the 9 million Syrian refugees by calling them rabid dogs.

You, along with every politician who caused Syria—the land of Saint Peter and Paul, the Apostles and the saints—to bleed to death, are evil rabid dogs.

President Obama, who supports ISIS by supplying them with weapons and money, is an evil rabid dog.

John McCain, who founded ISIS together with Hillary Clinton and their supporters and used tax paying dollars to support terrorism, are evil rabid dogs.

Every politician around the world that allowed Christians in the Middle East to be persecuted, beheaded, sold, have their churches destroyed and their bishops kidnapped, is an evil rabid dog.

Every country and leader who shook hands with Saudi Arabia and its Wahabism, the mother of terrorism, is an evil rabid dog.

Dr. Carson, you call yourself a Christian and you are running towards presidency with your Christian values? What do you know about the refugees? What do you know about the children dying without food or shelter or stranded at sea? Do you know how many million among them are Christians?

You are using a tragedy as a way to gain popularity and win your race. I thought I could believe in your Christian values, but you proved to be among the many ignorant and dirty politicians who discriminate the children of Christ. Because of you and those likeminded, the refugees, especially the Christians of the Middle East, continue to pay the price of your ignorance.

My people are not rabid dogs. My people are the flock of Christ who were kicked out of their own homes after they destroyed their churches, homes and all their belongings by those supported by the West. Yes, among the refugees you might find evil people who benefited from this crisis, but the majority are people of values, education, and love.

Without us, the Christians of the Middle East, neither you nor anyone in the West could have known or heard of Christ.

Dr. Carson, you may be a good doctor because of your medical education, but that degree does not make you an educated and wise leader. Maybe you read the Gospel, but I highly doubt that you really understood it. These refugees are human beings and most of them are Christ’s children. They will be the reason of your judgment and the judgment of all the politicians who are playing the dark game in the judgment day.

“And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.” John 8:33

Have you Dr. Carson known the Truth? I doubt it.


Father Theodoros Daoud “



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