Is Christopher Hudson Behind Angus Jones’s ‘Two and a Half Men’ Attack?
Jones is rhapsodic about Hudson, who attributes their meeting to ‘God’s work.’ But the actor’s spiritual mentor is a controversial figure who has long been waging a religious war on the entertainment industry and liberal America. In 2009, he gained notoriety after releasing a documentary on YouTube called The Jay-Z Deception, in which he accused the rapper of being a devil-worshipping Freemason. He also has declared masturbation a sin and referred to President Obama’s health-care plan as a ‘carbon copy’ of Hitler’s health-care policies. In a recent scaremongering video, Hudson said New York City’s post-Hurricane Sandy gas shortage was a harbinger of a food-shortage crisis and cannibalism, referencing a ‘similar’ event in the Bible when the city of Jerusalem was seized by the Roman armies in 70 A.D: ‘It was so severe that women began to cannibalize their own children. Your baby may start looking like a chicken wing.’
Disturbingly, Jones seems to have no qualms about Hudson’s extremist views, praising the ForeRunner Chronicles in his video testimony (‘All the information is so great … Your videos have no doubt been a blessing to me.’). Hudson’s New World gospel also is popular on Seventh-Day Adventist media outlets like Three Angels Broadcasting, a 24-hour, international television and radio network.