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"Robert Dole is a 33rd degree Mason and a fake conservative. He's anti-Jesus Christ."
Insistence that Bill Martin's plans for a Christian naturist resort is evidence that Satan is subverting Christianity.
Described as the "conspiracy theorist to end all conspiracy theorists" for his book Codex Magica: Secret Signs, Mysterious Symbols, and Hidden Codes of the Illuminati, which purports to expose a secret conspiracy between politicians and other famous people through modern history.
Accused Hillary Rodham Clinton of having "Orwellian" political ambitions.
In his book, The Usual Suspects: Answering Anti-Catholic Fundamentalists, Karl Keating debunks Marrs's claim that the Pope plans to head a one-world order.
His statement (with Karen Read) that "the exclusion of women from combat inevitably makes them second- class citizens in the military."
^Eltahawy, Mona (December 1999). Mona Eltahawy "Egyptian boogie nights" Check |url= value (help). U.S. News & World Report127 (25): 24. – "David Icke, a former British television sportscaster turned prophet of doom, and Texe Marrs, a retired U.S. Air Force officer turned pastor, have issued Web site warnings that, come millennium eve, former President George Bush and fellow members of a cult known as the Illuminati will summon oppressive evil forces at a black mass in a burial chamber deep inside the great Cheops pyramid."