War … (Swiped partly from psacake.com)
Here are a few things to consider when talking about Iraq:
- President Bush and Saddam Hussein … Saddam is the bad guy. Read the Dossier.
- If you have faith in the United Nations to do the right thing, keep this in mind: they have Libya heading the committee on human rights and Iraq heading the global disarmament commitee.
- Even if you are Anti-War, you are still an infidel, and Bin Laden wants you dead, too.
- If you believe in a Vast right-wing conspiracy but not in the danger that Hussein poses, well then, that explains a lot.
- If you want to believe in a conspiracy, make it a big one.* Of some interest may be a RealVideo movie (downloadable from various sites) entitled 911: The Road To Tyranny. I will leave you to find it on your own.
- Its all about a regime change. Hussein poses a danger to everyone.
- Whether you are for military action or not, our men and women are overseas fighting for us to defend our right to speak out. We all need to support them without reservation.
- Its no wonder the Iraqis dont trust us. We encouraged uprisings against Saddam in the Gulf War, and failed to back them up immediately afterward, essentially condemning them to torture and death.
- And when ye shall hear of wars and rumours of wars, be ye not troubled: for such things must needs be; but the end shall not be yet. (Mark 13:7)
*For the record, Im not looking for conspiracies around every corner, but the Bible does predict a global, tyrannical government under The Beast. What isnt prophesied is when this will occur. Historically, religious leaders have repeatedly been proven wrong by setting a specific date on these events.
4 Replies to “War … (Swiped partly from www.psacake.com)”
Doug, I'm surprised at you. While I believe in freedom of speech, your link to the 100777 site is ill-advised. The site is filled with inflammatory nonsense, blatant anti-semitism (holocaust denial? “The Protocols of the Elders of Zion”? — come on, that was proven to be a fake years ago!) My father was born in Hamburg and left Germany in 1940. Some of my family was not so lucky. During the weekend when we celebrate Martin Luther King's contribution to tolerance and peace, I visited the Holocaust Museum in DC. What I found most “illuminating” and at the same time disturbing was the systematic dehumanization of a large segment of a country's citizenry that was carried out throughout the 30's, while the rest of the world — including Messrs Roosevelt and Chamberlain — chose to look the other way and not get involved. If we've learned nothing else, haven't we learned that it could have — should have — been stopped?
I am embarrassed!
ki makes some very valid points. I had taken a very brief glance at the site mentioned, looking specifically for the NWO film. I did not examine it closely enough, and had no idea that it proported, for example, that the Holocaust did not occur.
Ive removed the aforementioned link, and apologize for posting it.
My friend Mark Sohmer and I were once trying to one-up each other by coming up with ridiculous conspiracy theories. I completely made up a statement like, Well, everyone knows that all televisions have been two-way transmitters (monitored by the government) since 1982 …
To my surprise, Mark actually knew someone who believed that!
so does that mean im being monitored by the government when i watch tv in my room? ok now im just scared and that s pretty freaky how the government can do that kind of stuff its like they go to work and say” Hey, why dont we we stare at someone all day. man its like they have nothing better to do all day.