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Bush And The End-Time Prophesy.

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posted on Jul, 2 2007 @ 10:20 AM
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Are End Times Here?


President George W. Bush has become dangerously steeped in ideas of Armageddon, the Apocalypse, an imminent war with Satanic forces in the Middle East, and an urgency to construct an American theocracy to fulfill God's end-of-days plan, according to close observers.

Historians and investigative journalists following the "end-time Christian" movement have grown alarmed at the impact it may be having on Bush's Middle East policies, including the current war in Iraq, Afghanistan, the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian crisis, the strife in Lebanon and the administration's repeated attempts to find a cause for war against Iran.


Army Lt. General William Boykin alarmed many when he said he believed America was engaged in a holy war as a "Christian nation" battling Satan! Adversaries can be defeated, he said, "Only if we come against them in the name of Jesus." And horrors! Boykin remains Bush's deputy undersecretary of defense for intelligence!

Now do you get an inkling where the world is .ing? Still not convinced? Then read the disturbing story here…




posted on Jul, 3 2007 @ 02:43 PM
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Regan also admitted to believing in the same mythology. He believed that the US (the forces of good) were locked in mortal combat with the forces of evil (the USSR) and were .ed for a final Nuclear confrontation.

The same concept, a different era and different players.

Just more religious vomit to justify the deaths of thousands.



posted on Jul, 3 2007 @ 02:54 PM
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Is this serious? I cannot believe that this can be true, in fact I find it horrifying that it could be true. Do they REALLY believe it or are they playing/manipulating the audience?

No disrespect meant to those that beleive in prophesy and the such like but surely these are the last people we want having any power - give me communist non-believers over this lot any day. I objected to my own ill-esteemed former leader Tony Blair saying "let god be my judge" let alone this. Astounding.

Does it not mean that anyone who is not a christian in the US is thoroughly unrepresented?

Do they actually think that you can commit wholesale murder and be righteous?

My mind is boggling.



posted on Jul, 3 2007 @ 05:31 PM
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If our GOD wants to take action and punish us, then i could accept it. I cannot accept a psycho nutcase wanting to usher in ARMAGEDDON on a whim.
This is what makes this man dangerous, very dangerous.



posted on Jul, 3 2007 @ 09:42 PM
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Originally posted by mikesingh
Are End Times Here?


This is not yet our end, this is only end-of-times regarding an age which, incidentally, we're already in (today is part of a transition).

Although there will be many ideas and concepts trying to stay alive, these are just death throes, for their age is done. Giving them energy, either negative or positive, only serves to put their end further down the line some more - and it is at your peril, you who feeds these concepts.

The roots of this current and quite warped messiah and anti-christ myth too will die as individuals awake. It's no big deal, let it go - saviour own ass, lets get on with living, finally.



posted on Jul, 5 2007 @ 07:46 AM
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During the invasion period, www.raptureready.com, the website for those anticipating ascension into heaven before the final battles, excitement mushroomed. Responders thought the war in Lebanon signaled the start of the Tribulations. "This is so exciting," one commenter offered. "I have been having rapture dreams and I can't believe that this is really it! We are on the edge of eternity!" said another.


This quote would be amusing, if it was not so sick and made during a horrifying war which led to the deaths of thousands of civillians and maiming of many more.

Extremist Muslims get a bad press, but the extremist Christians don't so much.

Why?

Because it is easier to laugh about them as people have done when Bush stated his foreign policy was based on conversations with God rather than face the reality and consequences of what this implied and what Christian Extremist groups stand for.


Because to do that would be to accept such groups hold great influence withing the corridors of power of a world superpower.

It would be to accept that the NeoCons and their figure. President, in their quest for world hegemony domination, have a partner in power in the form of a group that can not wait for the end times, and believe this is a holy war against Islam, a notion which apparently justifies therefore the actions of Islamist extremists everywhere, who say they are fighting against an enemy that has waged war on Islam.

And to accept this fact, would be to accept a great horror at the same time.

And so Bush's Christian beliefs of the apparent extreme side are laughed off instead.


It's called Gallows humour. Making light of dark times.

[edit on 5-7-2007 by Regensturm]



posted on Jul, 5 2007 @ 07:57 AM
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Regensturm

The mind control at its best.

My religion is better than yours,

My nation is bigger than yours,

My weapons are better than yours,

My military is bigger than yours.

Indocrination, "you are we us or against us"

Mantra, " anybody that is different and practice another religion is evil".



posted on Jul, 5 2007 @ 11:10 AM
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Originally posted by marg6043
Regensturm

The mind control at its best.

My religion is better than yours,

My nation is bigger than yours,

My weapons are better than yours,

My military is bigger than yours.

Indocrination, "you are we us or against us"

Mantra, " anybody that is different and practice another religion is evil".




Indeed Marg.

NeoCons: The arrogance of people who are on the thrones of power of a global superpower.

Allied with religious extremists who propose a holy war against Islam.

And a President who represents both.


Terrifying.



posted on Jul, 5 2007 @ 11:21 AM
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Listen to you people, I am a Christian, NON RAPTURE BELIEVER, and never ever voted for a BUSH in my life. Because Bush claims Christ doesn't make it so, anymore than the people on here claiming things everyone knows to be untrue. Maybe you should check out som of the books about bush and his CON of the socalled religious right and moral majority. They played them, used them, and now they laugh at them. Bush serves a diffferent god than I or most humans.

Good try at bashing God, Christ and those who believe in him though, not bad trying to link them to Bush. Woulda worked too if'n there weren't so many people like ME out there.

NEXT!!!



posted on Jul, 6 2007 @ 08:29 AM
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Originally posted by theindependentjournal

Good try at bashing God, Christ and those who believe in him though, not bad trying to link them to Bush. Woulda worked too if'n there weren't so many people like ME out there.

NEXT!!!



Calm down.

I personally know the difference between a Christian and a Christian Fundamentalist, and a Muslim, and a Muslim Fundamentalist.

Some people don't. And they are the people who call for genocide, like calling for the nuking of Mecca and other such nonsense.

The majority of Christians, I know, despise Bush.

Just like the majority of Muslims despise Bin Laden.



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