July 22, 2008

What Plan Do the Presidential Candidates Have to Address the Other War Within?

by @ 12:18 pm. Filed under Terrorism and War

Bottom line, Jesus is the only answer to remove the stain of sin. But while politicians offer proposals for various issues, I think a post over on Ron’s blog notes a matter they don’t talk about much. And really, just talking about fatherless homes won’t prevent the death that will occur on the streets TONIGHT. There are proposals to literally get troops (national guard) on the streets of Chicago.

While I don’t see government as a vehicle for ministry, I think we agree government is to maintain some level of social order. And so it just seems in all their (presidential candidates) talking, that the politicians might have a concern for those who must live in thug infested communities. I mean they are visiting war commanders in Iraq and Afghanistan, but I just wanted to quickly note the very real war within this nation, on streets politicians don’t walk.

Ron correctly mentions a culture of all out murder is in some communities in America. Jesus is the only hope, but it seems many don’t even speak about it. I mean they don’t speak about either the problem or the solution, neither is often mentioned. There’s talk about things that hurt a community, well a pack of thugs with guns does a pretty good job of destroying everything in their path. And they are doing it tonight, at a faster rate than most any other killer one can name.

June 26, 2008

North Korea Turns Over Awaited Documents Late and is Rewarded!

by @ 5:07 pm. Filed under Terrorism and War

This does not make sense. North Korea just turned over some documents relating to a claimed dismantling of their nuclear weapons program. And for being 6 months late with the information and playing the USA for fools in the past, Bush gives them a reward. Removes trade sanctions from this VERY COMMUNIST AND VERY CHRISTIAN PERSECUTING nation and removes them from the terrorist sponsor list, so quickly.

Check out this, House Republicans blast Bush for North Korea decision.

I respectfully disagree with our President’s decision. And if he could run for a 3rd term, I could never bring myself to vote for him.

Now it’s possible some Americans will not get some type of work, that is instead done by North Korea! Bush is even moving ahead of the UN sanctions that were put in place in 2006. When North Korea was doing nuclear weapons testing.

June 12, 2008

US Supreme Court Grants US Citizenship to Al-Qaeda. Guantanamo Bay Enemy Combatants Granted Constitutional Rights. (*Updated*)

by @ 1:09 pm. Filed under Nuts on Parade, Terrorism and War

This is just insanity, but it’s the law. We might as well say it was a grant of US Citizenship!

High Court ruling may delay war crimes trials

The Supreme Court ruled Thursday that foreign terrorism suspects held at Guantanamo Bay have rights under the Constitution to challenge their detention in U.S. civilian courts.

The court said not only that the detainees have rights under the Constitution, but that the system the administration has put in place to classify them as enemy combatants and review those decisions is inadequate.

The administration had argued first that the detainees have no rights. But it also contended that the classification and review process was a sufficient substitute for the civilian court hearings that the detainees seek.

In dissent, Chief Justice John Roberts criticized his colleagues for striking down what he called “the most generous set of procedural protections ever afforded aliens detained by this country as enemy combatants.”

Justices Samuel Alito, Antonin Scalia and Clarence Thomas also dissented.

Scalia said the nation is “at war with radical Islamists” and that the court’s decision “will make the war harder on us. It will almost certainly cause more Americans to be killed.”

Justices Stephen Breyer, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, David Souter and John Paul Stevens joined Kennedy to form the majority.

Five alleged plotters of the Sept. 11 attacks appeared in a Guantanamo courtroom last week for a hearing before their war crimes trial, which prosecutors hope will start Sept. 15.

Navy Cmdr. Jeffrey Gordon, a Pentagon spokesman, said he had no immediate information whether a hearing at Guantanamo for Canadian Omar Khadr, charged with killing a U.S. Special Forces soldier in Afghanistan, would go forward next week as planned.

Bush has said he wants to close the facility once countries can be found to take the prisoners who are there.

Presidential candidates John McCain and Barack Obama also support shutting down the prison.

One of the 5 on trial for 9/11 related crimes is none other than Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, confessed architect of the 9/11 plot. That’s right folks, old KSM and all the rest of the enemies our troops were killed by and fought to apprehend now have rights under the US Constitution 🙄 . Those behind 9/11 now have “rights”. This also means if Osama Bin Laden was captured and at Club Gitmo, he’d have “rights”. I guess now we have an “alleged” enemy, till proven an enemy in a civilian court!

This also means more of your tax dollars will be spent in the new legal red tape terrorists (now “alleged terrorists” given their new rights) will use in exercising their new rights.

update 7/3/2008 6:44PM:
Turns out KSM and others who have ALREADY BEEN CHARGED are not part of the Supreme Court ruling. However if someone already charged like KSM loses their case, they could appeal and seek the same rights granted to Gitmo prisoners who have not yet been charged. And any new terrorist captured is covered by the ruling. So capture Osama bin Laden tonight and he’s got rights, yuck!

May 20, 2008

Google/YouTube Censors Christians Critical of the Cult of Muhammad, but Reaches for the American Flag and “Freedom of Speech” for Cult of Muhammad Terrorists.

by @ 9:54 am. Filed under Evangelicals Under Attack, Terrorism and War

Check out the post over at Little Green Footballs titled Google Brushes off Lieberman’s Request to Remove Terrorist Content.

And remember Tens of Christian YouTube Accounts Suspended for Speaking Against the Cult of Muhammad (Islam).

There are lots of other video services out there. It would be a good idea to try using them and not rely on Google/YouTube alone.

May 18, 2008

Someone Found A Perfectly Good Use For A Quran And Everybody Got Upset. (*Updated*)

by @ 6:31 pm. Filed under Terrorism and War

Of course if your nation does not go around “building” Muslim nations, than your military does not encounter issues like these.

U.S. soldier uses Quran for target practice; military apologizes

BAGHDAD, Iraq (CNN) — A soldier used the Quran — Islam’s holy book — for target practice, forcing the chief U.S. commander in Baghdad to issue a formal apology on Saturday.

Maj. Gen. Jeffrey Hammond, commander of U.S. forces in Baghdad, flanked by leaders from Radhwaniya in the western outskirts of Baghdad, apologized for the staff sergeant who was a sniper section leader assigned to the headquarters of the 64th Armored Regiment. He also read a letter of apology by the shooter.

“I come before you here seeking your forgiveness,” Hammond said to tribal leaders and others at the apology ceremony. “In the most humble manner I look in your eyes today and I say please forgive me and my soldiers.”

Another military official kissed a Quran and presented it as “a humble gift” to the tribal leaders.

A military investigation found the shooter guilty and relieved him of duty; he will be redeployed to the United States for reassignment away from the 1st Brigade of the 4th Infantry Division, a U.S. official said.

“The actions of one soldier were nothing more than criminal behavior,” Hammond said. “I’ve come to this land to protect you, to support you — not to harm you — and the behavior of this soldier was nothing short of wrong and unacceptable.”

Tribal leaders, dignitaries and local security officials attended the ceremony, while residents carried banners and chanted slogans, including “Yes, yes to the Quran” and “America out, out.”

Sheikh Hamadi al-Qirtani, in a speech on behalf of all tribal sheiks of Radhwaniya, called the incident “aggression against the entire Islamic world.”

And while US military officials are out kissing Qurans, Christians in Iraq face continual persecution from Muslims and where is the protest?

Who is in Iraq to protect the persecuted Christians? If you didn’t know, there are not many Christians still in the area. The so-called Religion of Peace Muslims have caused most of them to flee.

The Quran is a book of lies. If you want the truth, read the Bible with 66 books instead. Not that the solider should have done something that might stir up anger over shooting up a book of lies, but I just find these responses to such things to be interesting. Seeing our military in the service of Iraq’s Muslims, while the Christians are being persecuted by the Muslims there. And if a Muslim is harmed even while in prison, it results in Congressional hearings.

(As always, efforts to promote the cult of Muhammad are not allowed in comments here, 2 John 1:10-11.)

update 5/20/2008 10:26AM:
US President George W. Bush has apologised to Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki over the shooting of a Koran. Still no conversations noted of Bush speaking with al-Maliki about why Christians are facing more persecution in Iraq now than when Saddam ran the place. Shoot a Christian, all is quite, but shoot a Koran/Quran/(whatever you want to call the book of lies) and it’s an international incident. (All aspiring US Presidential candidates should be asked how they would handle this if they became President and similar occurred on their watch.)

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