Originally posted by hollyavila
reply to post by belial259
According to the Book of Daniel, we bomb the living hell out of Iran and then we break up into four parts. Then the anti christ rises out of one of
This is the big show, and there's no turning back.
I am interested to know how you came to this conclusion. Could you quote the verse(s) you mean and perhaps provide your interpretation of the quoted
verse(s) so i can better understand how you came to this conclusion?
My interest is definitely piqued...
EDIT: I just thought i would mention this. I am a nice person, i hold doors open for people, always let a girl/woman sit before i do, i always say
please and thank you. My mom instilled many good morals in me and i follow them as best as i can.
However, i get into a game of war on my PC, lookout! It could be 20 factions or 1 other faction other then myself, my goal: Destroy everyone not in my
faction. I make Allies, but only to further my own personal agenda. I dont worry too much over pollution, or if people are upset in my cities (i just
find ways to appease them with stadiums, or other gifts that also can line my own pockets), i focus on building up militarily and ensure my defenses
are top-notch. When i attack, i ensure its such a massive swarm, that one battle is enough to end the war on the faction. Of course i prefer to
infiltrate and take over by turning their own people against them or whatever, but if that fails war is started. Usually i will ask for ridiculous
things before the war knowing it will make my enemy angry. I will use the conversational pretexts i began knowing it would have negative reactions as
a means to start a war with them for just reasons.
Notice, regardless of how i am in real life, in a game i am a different person hellbent on winning. Politics are just that...a game. They play to win
like i would that's why i don't blame individual leaders (to an extent of course) for their countries deeds. I blame the game. Its set up with only
two options, peace or war. The grey in between is the propaganda we all get daily.
As much as i would love to say i would be different if i played the game of politics and i would make changes...i doubt its possible. With so many
players all trying to achieve one side or another, you have no choice but to play their game and play it better if you wanna win.
Thats why i believe that as long as we play the game of politics in this world, wars will come in cycles and until we change the game and how its
played, we will continue to make the same mistakes and repeat history.
Just my opinion.
[edit on 23-6-2010 by EspyderMan]