Comment: This is true.

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This is true.

However, in this setting, for a person of his bearing to mock the
religious faith of so many is NOT NECESSARY.
Some things go without saying.
In this case, Cronkite felt a necessity to speak the words.
When framed as he did, these words may appear facetious.
But, after removing the modifiers and qualifiers,
at the root of his statement,
what does he say?

"I am PROUD to sit at the right hand of Satan."

Who says that?

When speaking about convincing the world's nations to give up
their sovereignty and to accept a centralized, one world government,
who makes such statements?