Since 9/11, it has become apparent that the "war on terror" is little more than a religious war. Let's take a look at what these two religions have
wrought in their history.
The list goes on and on... Now, let me remind you that I am Christian in the sense that I believe in Jesus Christ, the Divine. However, when I look at
the world and I see what is happening, my blood boils.
To deny that the "war on terrorism" is a religious war, is to deny the truth. That is something that I will not do.
For Stating The Truth
Rumsfeld defends general who commented on war and Satan
Friday, October 17, 2003 Posted: 10:22 PM EDT (0222 GMT)
An American general who frames the war on terror as a religious crusade is taking some heat from critics. CNN's Barbara Starr reports. (October
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld and the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff are defending a new deputy undersecretary of
defense "who has reportedly cast the war on terror" in religious terms.
The General took heat for stating the fact that the whole "war on terrorism" was nothing more or less than a renewed crusade. I wonder who his
biggest critics were? I bet they were Islamic and Christian practitioners. How much you want to bet? Yet, deep down, we all know what it is.
Islam and Christianity both perceive their stranglehold on the spiritual life of individuals beginning to diminish. So, what better way to try and
regain membership than to have a war? After all, war is the most provocative way of getting the attention of the masses.
However, what those who designed this war don't realize is that this will be the death knell of mainstream Islam and Christianity. Instead of it
gaining them "converts," it's going to gain them more hatred than they had before. Rightfully so.
These two religions are putting the whole world at risk of nuclear annihilation. What is "Holy" of "Godlike" about such an action. Yet, both of
these religions claim to be the "holiest of holy" religions.
Yeah, I hear ya. (Sarcastically)
Before 9/11, I was rather accepting of all beliefs and ideologies, but, since 9/11, my opinion of both Islam and Christianity has changed drastically.
I used to view Christians as being, for the most part, people who wanted to know the truth, despite not really making a real effort to learn on their
own. I viewed Muslims as being, while warlike, generally fairly decent. No more.
I have developed, and develop with each passing day, an indignation for the mainstream aspects of these two religions. Their followers are spilling
out vitriolic statements daily, and they are adding fuel to a fire that is already burning out of control. Little do they know, it is to their own
When the forces of light rise to fight the two dark forces that these institutions have come to represent, the fun and games will be over. It'll
happen.. I just pray that it happens speedily.
I have had this on my mind for the last three years now. It has been eating away at me, and I can't take it anymore. People need to realize what is
really happening in this world and so many, so, so many don't even have a clue. The ironic part is that it's as obvious as the nose on one's face,
yet, we refuse to see it.
There for a long time I thought, "No way is Christianity doing this," but yes, Christianity is just as much a player in this as Islam is..
infuriates me, and it should infuriate any individual who bothers to think for him/her self.
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