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Congressman calls for Christian holy war on Islamic radicals: ‘Kill them all’

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posted on Jun, 5 2017 @ 07:22 PM
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originally posted by: PDXEX
a reply to: 3NL1GHT3N3D1

YES! And blow the living crap out of their homes, cities and FAMILIES! OOOOPS! Got some collateral damage here! Oh well, they will thank us later.
IF Syria was here in America with a powerful Air Force and cruise missile, how much would you LOVE THEM and the MOAB that just killed your kids>
It's not my fault guys, your thinking abilities are so limited.
We can START by minding our own business!


You keep questioning the "thinking ability" of those you do not agree with.
Your inability to be civil and rational belies your self percieved intellect.
I'm not suprised that you have been banned before, and I will not be suprised when you are banned again.




posted on Jun, 5 2017 @ 07:27 PM
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originally posted by: LesMisanthrope

originally posted by: 3NL1GHT3N3D1
a reply to: LesMisanthrope

Yeah, it's name was "Saudi Arabia's human rights record", it told me to tell you hello and that you should stop ignoring him.


Their human rights record says nothing about your accusations that Trump is indirectly arming ISIS through Saudi Arabia. Good job.


It's common knowledge now that the Saudi's have been funding AL Qaeda / ISIS all along.

We finally know what Hillary Clinton knew all along – US allies Saudi Arabia and Qatar are funding Isis


Wikileaks Hillary knew Saudis sponsored ISIS took money from them, and helped cover it up

“The Terrorists R Us”: Hillary Admits Clinton Foundation Donors Fund ISIS-Daesh

SEE ALSO (this whopper):
The CIA's Global Drug & Jihad Empire



posted on Jun, 5 2017 @ 07:27 PM
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originally posted by: shooterbrody
www.star-telegram.com...



A U.S. congressman from Louisiana posted Sunday on Facebook that “all of Christendom” is at war with “Islamic horror” and all “radicalized Islamic suspects” should be hunted and killed.


So I used to think arkansas or alabama or west virginia were the worst states to live in because of the backwards people.....turns out I was wrong.
Louisiana now gets that prize for electing this dolt.



Higgins, who is known as the “Cajun John Wayne” was elected in a December runoff between two Republicans with 56 percent of the vote and represents southwestern Louisiana on the Gulf of Mexico.

his tweet


The free world... all of Christendom... is at war with Islamic horror. Not one penny of American treasure should be granted to any nation who harbors these heathen animals. Not a single radicalized Islamic suspect should be granted any measure of quarter. Their intended entry to the American homeland should be summarily denied. Every conceivable measure should be engaged to hunt them down. Hunt them, identify them, and kill them. Kill them all. For the sake of all that is good and righteous. Kill them all. -Captain Clay Higgins


This idiot in no way represents Christendom, nor does he understand Christianity in any way.



Higgins was born and raised in Louisiana, attended Louisiana State University and then served in the U.S. Army/Louisiana National Guard as a military police officer.




His website says Higgins is a Christian “known for his refreshing focus on the power of the individual to be redeemed.” He recently introduced bills in the House as part of a reauthoritzation of the Department of Homeland Security and said “we are duty bound to protect our homeland.”


"Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called children of God."
That guy is no child of God.


Dont know how that would work out...but, kinda reminds me of the Bible in places where God would order "go into the city and kill every living thing. Men, Women, children, babies, animals....and leave nothing alive". Wow....*

*(Not questioning you Lord, just stating the literally written word)



posted on Jun, 5 2017 @ 07:49 PM
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originally posted by: LesMisanthrope
a reply to: IgnoranceIsntBlisss

I don't know about you but I refuse to surrender to theocracy and terrorism and totalitarianism and genocide because of pacifistic sensibilities.


I say we should stop meddling in the ME (which drives Muslim's to want to hate and want to attack us), and you say... HUH?!?

What I really said was we need to stop pursuing a policy of empire building, which in foreign policy terms is totalitarianism.

What I also really said, by quit "meddling", is we need to stop supporting theocratic dictatorships like Saudi Arabia. Which by the way, our bases being in SA etc over there (to keep the "friendly" domestic tyrannies in power there), that was a primary motivator for the actual 9/11 hijackers.

Also in the original subtext, our meddling intrinsically created all of our enemies there. This includes Iran, Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan; it includes the mujahadeen, Al Qaeda, ISIS, etc. It also triggered the birth of suicide bombing as a tactic (see here). Likewise, Radical Islam itself wouldn't exist were it not for the games the CIA have been playing over there with Saudi Arabia and their little covert ops merc unit Al Qaeda.

Likewise, the EU refugee crisis wouldn't exist were it not for meddling in Syria (whom was only ever our enemy to begin with were it not for decades of meddling); Al Qaeda and ISIS who were both originally sent in by the CIA as mercs wouldn't exist were it not for CIA meddling for decades + Neocon Meddling 15 years ago; Iraq where ISIS came from well Hussein was a CIA plant originally; their war with Iran was on US; Iran that embassy crisis (where they captured the subversive CIA agents inside it) was our own fault for overthrowing their government); The very national borders in the ME the original dictatorships that dwell there all of it exist purely because of the US/UK following WW1/WW2.

And then the icing on the 'why they hate US' cake there: ISRAEL.

If we weren't so blind eye in policy with them they might just pursue a more peaceful path with their co inhabitants there, but instead they rule as a theocratic totalitarian dictatorship and there we go: it's soup ala 86'd, and "we" are the chefs.




posted on Jun, 5 2017 @ 07:57 PM
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a reply to: IgnoranceIsntBlisss

For what it's worth, I happen to agree on many aspects.




posted on Jun, 5 2017 @ 08:09 PM
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The ones fighting the holy war against these savages are Muslims...


The mess the west started in their countries has left them to bear the brunt of these barbaric savage hypocrite jihadi nuts.

In Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria are Muslim citizens of those countries cleaning up the mess the US and the west made.



posted on Jun, 5 2017 @ 08:15 PM
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originally posted by: introvert
a reply to: shooterbrody

Unfortunately, many people share his beliefs about Islam and Muslims.

It's a reaction based in fear. They're scared.

I'm not scared - I just know the truth and I don't want what's visited on Europe to enter the US.

Peace



posted on Jun, 5 2017 @ 08:15 PM
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originally posted by: IgnoranceIsntBlisss

originally posted by: LesMisanthrope
a reply to: IgnoranceIsntBlisss

I don't know about you but I refuse to surrender to theocracy and terrorism and totalitarianism and genocide because of pacifistic sensibilities.


I say we should stop meddling in the ME (which drives Muslim's to want to hate and want to attack us), and you say... HUH?!?

What I really said was we need to stop pursuing a policy of empire building, which in foreign policy terms is totalitarianism.

What I also really said, by quit "meddling", is we need to stop supporting theocratic dictatorships like Saudi Arabia. Which by the way, our bases being in SA etc over there (to keep the "friendly" domestic tyrannies in power there), that was a primary motivator for the actual 9/11 hijackers.

Also in the original subtext, our meddling intrinsically created all of our enemies there. This includes Iran, Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan; it includes the mujahadeen, Al Qaeda, ISIS, etc. It also triggered the birth of suicide bombing as a tactic (see here). Likewise, Radical Islam itself wouldn't exist were it not for the games the CIA have been playing over there with Saudi Arabia and their little covert ops merc unit Al Qaeda.

Likewise, the EU refugee crisis wouldn't exist were it not for meddling in Syria (whom was only ever our enemy to begin with were it not for decades of meddling); Al Qaeda and ISIS who were both originally sent in by the CIA as mercs wouldn't exist were it not for CIA meddling for decades + Neocon Meddling 15 years ago; Iraq where ISIS came from well Hussein was a CIA plant originally; their war with Iran was on US; Iran that embassy crisis (where they captured the subversive CIA agents inside it) was our own fault for overthrowing their government); The very national borders in the ME the original dictatorships that dwell there all of it exist purely because of the US/UK following WW1/WW2.

And then the icing on the 'why they hate US' cake there: ISRAEL.

If we weren't so blind eye in policy with them they might just pursue a more peaceful path with their co inhabitants there, but instead they rule as a theocratic totalitarian dictatorship and there we go: it's soup ala 86'd, and "we" are the chefs.



Man I wish I could give you a million stars


People never really think that deep. And in this case they don't have to think too deep at all just ask two questions.

Where were all these jihadis before 911. Where was ISIS before the war in Iraq.

before 911 you could count them in the hundreds. Before the 2003 Iraq war ISIS didn't exist

Americas actions produced the direct evil phenomenon of modern terrorism



posted on Jun, 5 2017 @ 08:19 PM
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To borrow from Grambler's thread on Playing in to the terrorists hands:

What do you propose we do about these people?:


“ISIS makes no secret of its ultimate ambition: A global caliphate secured through a global war. To that end it speaks of "remaining and expanding" its existing hold over much of Iraq and Syria. It aims to replace existing, man-made borders, to overcome what it sees as the Shiite "crescent" that has emerged across the Middle East, to take its war -- Islam's war -- to Europe and America, and ultimately to lead Muslims toward an apocalyptic battle against the "disbelievers."


www.cnn.com...

They declared war on every one of us who is not Muslim. Just because they haven't taken a shot at us or blown up our workplace doesn't mean their threats are empty rhetoric. This is the heart of the issue and we had the Crusades to free formerly Christian lands from their Islamic occupiers. The noble intent went horribly astray during the 4th Crusade and nearly all of them resulted in purges of Jewish populations from non-combatant zones. Excess leads to excess, that's about the only lesson I can learn from war in general. That doesn't solve the problem of those who would impose the Islamic state on us all and turning the other cheek will only make matters worse.



posted on Jun, 5 2017 @ 08:31 PM
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originally posted by: silo13

originally posted by: introvert
a reply to: shooterbrody

Unfortunately, many people share his beliefs about Islam and Muslims.

It's a reaction based in fear. They're scared.

I'm not scared - I just know the truth and I don't want what's visited on Europe to enter the US.

Peace


Because you're scared and would rather trade your freedoms for security?



posted on Jun, 5 2017 @ 08:31 PM
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originally posted by: IgnoranceIsntBlisss

originally posted by: LesMisanthrope
a reply to: IgnoranceIsntBlisss

I don't know about you but I refuse to surrender to theocracy and terrorism and totalitarianism and genocide because of pacifistic sensibilities.


I say we should stop meddling in the ME (which drives Muslim's to want to hate and want to attack us), and you say... HUH?!?

What I really said was we need to stop pursuing a policy of empire building, which in foreign policy terms is totalitarianism.

What I also really said, by quit "meddling", is we need to stop supporting theocratic dictatorships like Saudi Arabia. Which by the way, our bases being in SA etc over there (to keep the "friendly" domestic tyrannies in power there), that was a primary motivator for the actual 9/11 hijackers.

Also in the original subtext, our meddling intrinsically created all of our enemies there. This includes Iran, Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan; it includes the mujahadeen, Al Qaeda, ISIS, etc. It also triggered the birth of suicide bombing as a tactic (see here). Likewise, Radical Islam itself wouldn't exist were it not for the games the CIA have been playing over there with Saudi Arabia and their little covert ops merc unit Al Qaeda.

Likewise, the EU refugee crisis wouldn't exist were it not for meddling in Syria (whom was only ever our enemy to begin with were it not for decades of meddling); Al Qaeda and ISIS who were both originally sent in by the CIA as mercs wouldn't exist were it not for CIA meddling for decades + Neocon Meddling 15 years ago; Iraq where ISIS came from well Hussein was a CIA plant originally; their war with Iran was on US; Iran that embassy crisis (where they captured the subversive CIA agents inside it) was our own fault for overthrowing their government); The very national borders in the ME the original dictatorships that dwell there all of it exist purely because of the US/UK following WW1/WW2.

And then the icing on the 'why they hate US' cake there: ISRAEL.

If we weren't so blind eye in policy with them they might just pursue a more peaceful path with their co inhabitants there, but instead they rule as a theocratic totalitarian dictatorship and there we go: it's soup ala 86'd, and "we" are the chefs.



Many mistakes were made in the Middle East by western forces. That I can agree with. But that does not preclude that a nation should sit back and allow totalitarianism and genocide to continue without a just response, or as you say, "meddling".

For instance the Bali bombing was in response to Australia's stance on the liberation of East Timor, who was undergoing the literal exterpation of the people there by a theocratic Indonesia. In other words, had Australia not stood up against the genocide in East Timor, provided economic and development assistance, Aussie tourists and others would still be alive. Australia meddled, stopped the genocide, helped a new republic get on its feet, and we are to say this is the cause of terrorist attacks against them? Are the Aussies the chef here?

What about Bosnia? Western intervention halted the atrocities there, and Bosnia is now peaceful. Is this not an example of what may come from Western intervention?



posted on Jun, 5 2017 @ 08:32 PM
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a reply to: 3NL1GHT3N3D1




Mess with the bull... and get all the weapons you want apparently. You can be sure those weapons we sold SA will end up in the hands of ISIS.


I believe that. It is just a matter of time. Our government needs to be drawn and quartered.



posted on Jun, 5 2017 @ 08:37 PM
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a reply to: Willtell


Terrorism increased 800% after 2010.

www.foxnews.com...

What was going on just before 2010 to trigger this HUGE increase? I don't think 911 was the trigger, as you imply.



posted on Jun, 5 2017 @ 08:42 PM
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a reply to: Willtell




Americas actions produced the direct evil phenomenon of modern terrorism


Nonsense. "Modern terrorism", whether Islamic, Anarchist, Christian, Catholic, is born of ideology and tribalism.
edit on 5-6-2017 by LesMisanthrope because: (no reason given)



posted on Jun, 5 2017 @ 08:46 PM
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originally posted by: introvert
a reply to: shooterbrody


It's a reaction based in fear. They're scared.


Is this the mayor of London?



posted on Jun, 5 2017 @ 08:51 PM
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originally posted by: LesMisanthrope
For instance the Bali bombing was in response to Australia's stance on the liberation of East Timor, who was undergoing the literal exterpation of the people there by a theocratic Indonesia. In other words, had Australia not stood up against the genocide in East Timor, provided economic and development assistance, Aussie tourists and others would still be alive. Australia meddled, stopped the genocide, helped a new republic get on its feet, and we are to say this is the cause of terrorist attacks against them? Are the Aussies the chef here?


Actually, the US is.

Indonesian invasion of East Timor
A year earlier, in December 1974, United States Secretary of State Henry Kissinger had been asked by an Indonesian government representative whether or not the US would approve the invasion.[68] In March 1975, US Ambassador to Indonesia David Newsom, recommended a "policy of silence" on the issue and was supported by Kissinger.[69] On 8 October 1975, a member of the United States National Security Council, Philip Habib, told meeting participants that "It looks like the Indonesians have begun the attack on Timor." Kissinger's response to Habib was, "I'm assuming you're really going to keep your mouth shut on this subject."[70]

On the day before the invasion, US President Gerald R. Ford and Kissinger met with Indonesian president Suharto. The United States had suffered a devastating setback in Vietnam, leaving Indonesia as the most important ally in the region. The US national interest "had to be on the side of Indonesia," Ford concluded.[71] According to declassified documents released by the National Security Archive (NSA) in December 2001, they gave a green light for the invasion. In response to Suharto saying, "We want your understanding if it was deemed necessary to take rapid or drastic action [in East Timor]," Ford replied, "We will understand and not press you on the issue. We understand the problem and the intentions you have." Kissinger agreed, although he had fears that the use of US-made arms in the invasion would be exposed to public scrutiny, talking of their[who?] desire to "influence the reaction in America" so that "there would be less chance of people talking in an unauthorised way."[72] The US also hoped the invasion would be relatively swift and not involve protracted resistance. "It is important that whatever you do succeeds quickly," Kissinger said to Suharto.[73]

The US also played a crucial role in supplying weapons to Indonesia.[71] A week after the invasion of East Timor the National Security Council prepared a detailed analysis of the Indonesian military units involved and the US equipment they used. The analysis revealed that virtually all of the military equipment used in the invasion was US supplied: US-supplied destroyer escorts shelled East Timor as the attack unfolded; Indonesian marines disembarked from US-supplied landing craft; US-supplied C-47 and C-130 aircraft dropped Indonesian paratroops and strafed Dili with .50 calibre machine guns; while the 17th and 18th Airborne brigades which led the assault on the Timorese capital were "totally U.S. MAP supported," and their jump masters US trained.[74] While the US government claimed to have suspended military assistance from December 1975 to June 1976, military aid was actually above what the US Department of State proposed and the US Congress continued to increase it, nearly doubling it.[73] The US also made four new offers of arms, including supplies and parts for 16 OV-10 Broncos,[73] which, according to Cornell University Professor Benedict Anderson, are "specially designed for counter-insurgency actions against adversaries without effective anti-aircraft weapons and wholly useless for defending Indonesia against a foreign enemy." The policy continued under the Carter administration. In total, the United States furnished over $250,000,000 of military assistance to Indonesia between 1975 and 1979.[75]

Testifying before the US Congress, the Deputy Legal Advisor of the US State Department, George Aldrich said the Indonesians "were armed roughly 90 percent with our equipment. ... we really did not know very much. Maybe we did not want to know very much but I gather that for a time we did not know." Indonesia was never informed of the supposed US "aid suspension". David T. Kenney, Country Officer for Indonesia in the US State Department, also testified before Congress that one purpose for the arms was "to keep that area [Timor] peaceful."[76]

The UN's Commission for Reception, Truth and Reconciliation in East Timor (CAVR) stated in the "Responsibility" chapter of its final report that US "political and military support were fundamental to the Indonesian invasion and occupation" of East Timor between 1975 and 1999. The report (p. 92) also stated that "U.S. supplied weaponry was crucial to Indonesia's capacity to intensify military operations from 1977 in its massive campaigns to destroy the Resistance in which aircraft supplied by the United States played a crucial role."




All Roads Lead To And From American Imperialism.


edit on 5-6-2017 by IgnoranceIsntBlisss because: (no reason given)



posted on Jun, 5 2017 @ 08:57 PM
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a reply to: IgnoranceIsntBlisss

That's why I said "Australia". The US indifference to East Timor is well known, especially thanks to Chomsky.



posted on Jun, 5 2017 @ 09:01 PM
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I vote no on a crusade. Theres a lot of things we can do that dont require a bloodbath that might reach a billion. Im all for getting serious about terrorists. There are a lot of angles that need to be addressed. But no crusade or religo-genocide. He sounds like a little like an Imam. I dont want to become what we fight against.

ISIS otoh...



posted on Jun, 5 2017 @ 09:07 PM
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a reply to: LesMisanthrope

The difference is, int eh case of East Timor being blown up (thus causing Australia's ordeals there] was US Imperialism. Just like the entire ordeal in the ME / spilt from the ME is due to generations of US Imperialism, and now the call is for a 'crusade' (check that, more US Imperialism) in response to their response to US 'meddling with' them (check that, turning their entire subcontinental regions into total warzone).



posted on Jun, 5 2017 @ 09:27 PM
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originally posted by: shooterbrody
www.star-telegram.com...



A U.S. congressman from Louisiana posted Sunday on Facebook that “all of Christendom” is at war with “Islamic horror” and all “radicalized Islamic suspects” should be hunted and killed.


So I used to think arkansas or alabama or west virginia were the worst states to live in because of the backwards people.....turns out I was wrong.
Louisiana now gets that prize for electing this dolt.



Higgins, who is known as the “Cajun John Wayne” was elected in a December runoff between two Republicans with 56 percent of the vote and represents southwestern Louisiana on the Gulf of Mexico.

his tweet


The free world... all of Christendom... is at war with Islamic horror. Not one penny of American treasure should be granted to any nation who harbors these heathen animals. Not a single radicalized Islamic suspect should be granted any measure of quarter. Their intended entry to the American homeland should be summarily denied. Every conceivable measure should be engaged to hunt them down. Hunt them, identify them, and kill them. Kill them all. For the sake of all that is good and righteous. Kill them all. -Captain Clay Higgins


This idiot in no way represents Christendom, nor does he understand Christianity in any way.



Higgins was born and raised in Louisiana, attended Louisiana State University and then served in the U.S. Army/Louisiana National Guard as a military police officer.




His website says Higgins is a Christian “known for his refreshing focus on the power of the individual to be redeemed.” He recently introduced bills in the House as part of a reauthoritzation of the Department of Homeland Security and said “we are duty bound to protect our homeland.”


"Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called children of God."
That guy is no child of God.







Ok well first off there are two paths that may look like the same path to the uninformed. There's Christianity then there's following Jesus Christ's Commandment. Following Jesus Christ's Commandment to love your enemies as yourself after being baptised is as hard as finding a needle in a haystack But can be found. As dam hard as it is, a grain of love can still be found in a Christian who's scared to death like this man is just like most of us are whether we admit it or not. If they, or I should say we, don't water it, well, we become overcome. We can feel incredible doom knowing the truth that we are basically being ordered to love our enemies causing an internal war in our minds. It's here folks. This is it. In front of our faces, still a Christian but entertaining not adhering to our Lord's Commandment. Just remember, our Lord says if we keep His Commandment, He will do anything we ask in His name as He and the Father are One. And no one comes to the Father except through Him. And through Him means watering themselves with actually practicing loving someone out to get you or your community, or that already has. Now is the time to water the love seed in you.

This dude here with hateful rehtoric will be an opportunity for Jesus Christ to turn the cry for bloodshed around if anyone with love watered in them in Jesus Christ will pray for this man.

My God this sucks to love an enemy. I know. Oh my God, the worst spiritual gift to train for. It's fking painful. Stabs the heart. But it's worth it. Believe it. Our Lord says so. So start now, go go go.







 
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