FULL INTERVIEW on Fox News ‘Hannity’ 9/2/2014- Phil Robertson on ISIS: ‘Convert Them or Kill Them’
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ROBERTSON: Worldwide, planet-wide, Biblically speaking, two groups of people, the children of God, and the whole world is under the control of the evil one. That’s First John 5:19. The evil one works in those who are disobedient. Galatians 3, they are prisoners of sin. Second Timothy 2, the Bible says they’ve been taken captive by Satan to do his will.
Listen, let me show you one. I’ve got the old — hey, America, Declaration of Independence, it’s my book marker. Don’t forget that. Listen to this, Sean. Solomon, one of the wisest men on earth if not the wisest, he’s speaking of wisdom, “Whoever finds me, wisdom finds light. Watch and receives favor from the lord. But whoever fails to find me,” this is the God of the Bible, “harms himself.” Now, listen to this on this ISIS thing, “All who hate me love death.”
So you scratch your head and you say, well, why is it that when we’re not even over there in the Middle East, why do they continue to slaughter each other when we’re not even on the premises? They can’t blame us. We left Iraq. You said what happened in Egypt and Syria, you say in Libya. They just slaughter each other. You say, what? “All who hate me love death,” Sean.
HANNITY: What is the answer? I think the only answer is, I think they are at war with us.
HANNITY: Whether we like it or not, I think most people would rather live in peace. Most Americans, just leave us alone, we’ll leave you alone. They’re not going to leave us alone. They’re not going to leave Israel alone. So that leaves us with two options — do nothing and get ready for the next attack. And then we’ll have a report that says, they’re at war with us, we weren’t at war with them.
ROBERTSON: In this case you either have to convert them, which I think would be next to impossible. I’m not giving up on them, but I’m just saying, either convert them or kill them. One or the other.
HANNITY: That’s going —
ROBERTSON: Maybe that time has come and gone, so I think that with this ideology that we’re faced with, this is like street gangs, street thugs on steroids. You think about it, most of the wars we’ve fought, they were not asymmetrical like this one. This one, it’s not a country with a standing army, and we line up and do battle with a certain amount of rules that they violate. But you say this is more like worldwide gang warfare, but this gang is well-armed and well-organized. I think, my opinion, we’re going to have to deal with this group way more harshly than we have up to this point.
HANNITY: Because they’re so harsh. I know they’re going to be people that are always looking to jump on you and say, “Convert them or kill them.” And they’re going to say, “There goes Phil Robertson again.” I know the media. I know they how act.
ROBERTSON: I’d much rather have a Bible study with all of them and show them the error of their ways and point them to Jesus Christ, the author and perfector of having your sins removed and being raised from the dead. I would rather preach the gospel of Jesus to them. However, if it’s a gun fight and a gun fight alone, if that is what they’re looking for, me, personally I am prepared for either one.
COMPLETE INTERVIEW. Duck Dynasty star Phil Robertson sat down with Sean Hannity tonight, and right off the bat they jumped right into ISIS. And Robertson shared his thoughts on how to deal with the terrorist group: “either convert them or kill them.”
Robertson spoke of how the Bible talks of evil in the world, and wondered why terrorists are still so angry at the United States even though the U.S. has left the Middle East. Hannity said it’s obvious that “they’re at war with us.”
Robertson said, “You either have to convert them, which I think would be next to impossible… either convert them or kill them.”
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“Duck Dynasty” is set to premiere its new season tonightand there’s one surprise guest that everyone must look forward to.
As you know, “Duck Dynasty” has battled through some controversy and decreased ratings and now, it’s back.
“Duck Dynasty” is still an important part of American TV viewing, which is why Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal will be appearing in the show’s premier airing June 11. This may be part of his campaign to get votes for the 2016 Presidential Campaign.
In the season premiere, Gov. Jindal will be presenting the Robertson Family with an award for their Duck Commander business. The family business was founded in 1972 and is now a multi-million dollar company. So, Gov. Jindal went to West Monroe, La, to personally visit Willie Robert, CEO of Duck Commander to present the first-ever Governor’s Award for Entrepreneurial Excellence, according to the LA Times.
Back in the fourth season which aired late 2013, “Duck Dynasty” reached an average of 9 million viewers per episode. It was their most successful season yet. But when founder of Duck Commander Phil Robertson had an interview with GQ magazine, controversy arose. Apparently, Phil made negative comments about gay people and also had something to say about African Americans. As a result, A&E had to indefinitely suspend Phil from the series.
Later, A&E lifted the indefinite suspension and Phil was allowed to return to the 5th season. However, the controversy didn’t help the show get more ratings. Rather, it pulled down the show’s ratings to 6.5 million viewers. Nonetheless, when viewership was calculated for multiple airings, the average number of viewers rose to 10.5 million. Not bad.
“Duck Dynasty” Season 6 will air June 11 this week. A&E made it clear that this season will not be political at all. Phil Roberston will just be dealing with beaver problems.