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Dec 16, 2014 - 03:34 AM
It "appears" to me that money is playing a major role in this. Many people will do anything, even as far as trying to use God Himself to get money. His refusal to mention as to how the money is being used to help Christians who are being persecuted raises my eyebrows. I don't recall the reporter asking for names or locations of those being helped, just "how" they are being helped. I see Shoebat's point that giving locations and such may put those Christians in danger, but that isn't what was asked. Not from what I see anyways.
As for Keith Davies, Shoebat's business manager, drawing a blank when asked for names, I myself do not count that against him. I can't count how many times my brain has drawn a blank when put on the spot, sometimes while not even being put ont he spot. And this man was. A reporter was asking him questions, a camera was pointing at his face, I'm sure there were quite a few people standing behind the camera watching, not to mention the knowledge of people who would be watching. Under those circumstances, I believe my mind would go blank also.
To sum up my opinion on these videos, I find it interesting that he is unable to prove his claims of bombing and being arrested. "If" I was to come up with a decision this very minute as to whether he is a fraud or not, I would have to say that I am closer to leaning to fraud, but not fully convinced either. There sure seems to be basis for it.