Originally posted by GradyPhilpott
Those who would suggest that the war against terrorism is a waste need only to pay attention to these continued efforts to kill and maim innocents in
the name of Islam.
It is as yet unclear how dangerous these explosives might have been, but it is is it just another reminder that the war against the US continues.
We can never let down our guard as history has shown.
The price of liberty is eternal vigilance.
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[edit on 2009/12/25 by GradyPhilpott]
Oh yeah..totally agreed. Just as long as we can point out the continued efforts of Christianity to violently stamp out other religions and its
historic connection with terrorism and war. You didn't really think the Muslims were waging war before the Christians INVENTED IT...DID YOU? Then
there was that one little period called...THE CRUSADES.
And hey, Timothy McVeigh didn't turn out to be much of a joke did he??? That was one crazy Christian on a mission. Looks like he succeeded. Or
lets not forget Hitler who represented the Catholic religion for a duration of his life. We could also mention all of the abortion clinic bombings or
the lynching of thousands of blacks by good Christian folk trying to keep the world white...Unless of course it involves work. Let me explain that
last statement there... Good White Christians are generally very lazy and self-centered people, therefore they like to hire from outside of the race
(mexicans, blacks) for menial pay doing jobs that they themselves are not strong enough to do. Not that long ago, these good white Christian folk
actually beat and raped their "employees" without giving them a dime for compensation. Now some "HISTORIANS" actually called it slavery, but you
guys just called it maximizing profits. but hey,...semantics right?
Yep...that ALLAH character really sounds like a scary guy next to the kinder and more gentle Old Testament God that good white Christian folk
Now, truth be known. I have nothing against real Christians who practice real Christianity. The real ones actually follow the 10 commandments. Now,
in case you're unaware, the Ten Commandments is the set of parameters that the Old Testament God (Yahweh) handed out to Moses for the people to
follow. And ironically, one of the more mainstream commandments that most anyone in the modern world can repeat is this one..."Thou shalt not kill."
OOOOOPS. That one has been just a tad bit hard for much of the Christian population to digest. As a matter of fact, they just left that one open
Isn't it weird that the old Testament God would make such a commandment at that time anyway? Because, if I remember correctly, the Old Testament God
murdered by plagues, floods, killed thousands of first born children, and loved to play mind games with his most staunchest of followers. Remember
that little joke that he played on Abraham??? Oh, I would have loved to have seen the look on Isaac's face when Abraham's (Isaac's father) knife
was just about ready to plunge into his chest. PRICELESS. You even know what would have been more priceless? The look on Isaac's face when Abraham
starts talking into thin air and then says..."OH, thank God. It was just a test. Isn't this wonderful Isaac, God was just testing me." If Isaac
was a smart kid, that would have been the day that he moved out.
So, my point is this. Don't use the Islamic religion as a spouting point to rationalize your continued blood thirsts and addiction of fear because
when you do, you only point out the weaknesses in your own convictions and beliefs.
Also, I want you to keep THIS in mind. At this point, the majority of the world actually believes that WE are the TERRORISTS because of our inherent
need to pick wars with third world countries for the expressed purpose of jacking them of their natural resources and expanding the reaches of our
empire. We're so hell bent on keeping this current direction that we are borrowing from our supposed "enemies" to sustain the economy, the wars,
and our slowly dying prestige. Look around...things are caving in and its happening right before our eyes. Instead of pointing out our enemies and
looking for the politically fabricated boogeyman, you might be more concerned with making some allies...no matter what religion.
[edit on 25-12-2009 by EvolvedMinistry]