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Christian Zionists and Evangelicals have taken over the US Military

Religion in the Military Evangelizing the Troops

Between the Christian Zionists recruiting hard core Bible thumpers to join up and the Judeofascists controlling parts of the upper echelon of the Pentagon, it's no wonder the USA is engaged in fighting 'Crusades' against the Muslim world.
"The goal is to establish a wedge for the kingdom of God in the Middle East, directly affecting the Islamic world."

A May article in Harper’s by Jeff Sharlet illustrated a military engaged in an internal battle over religious practice. Then came news about former Defense secretary Donald Rumsfeld’s Scripture-themed briefings to President Bush that paired war scenes with Bible verses. (In an e-mail published on Politico, Rumsfeld aide Keith Urbahn denied that the former Defense secretary had created or even seen many of the briefings.) Later in May, Al-Jazeera broadcast clips filmed in 2008 showing stacks of Bibles translated into Pashto and Dari at the U.S. air base in Bagram and featuring the chief of U.S. military chaplains in Afghanistan, Lt. Col. Gary Hensley, telling soldiers to “hunt people for Jesus.”

In a video for an organization called the Prophesy Club, CFGC -Chaplaincy of Full Gospel Churches- chaplain and retired Maj. James Linzey said mainstream Protestant churches had been infiltrated by "demonic, dastardly creatures from the pit of hell," that should be "[stomped] out."* But the primary target of CFGC's ire is Islam. A 2001 CFGC newsletter asserted that the real enemy of the U.S. wasn't Osama bin Laden, but Allah, whom the newsletter called "Lucifer." A 2006 issue argued that all Muslim-Americans should be treated with suspicion, as they "obviously can't be good Americans." In a 2008 sermon, Ammerman called Islam "a killer religion" and Muslims "the devil."
With over 2/3's of current military chaplains listed as either Pentecostal or Evangelical, it's time to "Kill for Christ!"

Curious as to how some of these 'godly' men live?

Fox 5 Atlanta was able to get unsuspecting pulpit pimp Thomas Weeks III (or Jr. or II or whatever) to show off the old $2.5 million mansion that he and Juanita Bynum lived in. This really just exposes their GREED. It is in the gated community of St. Marlo, which borders (northern) Fulton and (southern) Forsyth counties in the state of Georgia. Literally one of the most lavish communities in the area.

Yes, live is rough for these 'disciples' of Christ!!

Think JC prefers an AK47 or an M16?


At Wednesday, July 29, 2009, Blogger andie531 said...

I thought we were supposed to be training our troops in "cultural sensitivity". They didn't do this crap in Vietnam or Korea, did they?

At Wednesday, July 29, 2009, Blogger Greg Bacon said...

Not during the War against Vietnam.

I was in the US Army in 1971-72 and I never met any bible thumpers or evangelical chaplains.

Hell, I never even knew where the post chapel was located.

That seems to have changed radically.

At Wednesday, July 29, 2009, Blogger andie531 said...

Also, in this video at about 0:45, the pastor states that 70% of the black preachers he knew were gay.

I don't know if that has anything to do with it, however, I don't see many gays warming up to Islam. Buddhism, to my knowledge, has no hard or absolute rules about homosexuality or alcohol.

The evangelical movement certainly has more than a few strange aspects, (Christian Zionism being one) and a lot of it seems to be a cover for intelligence operations.

At Wednesday, July 29, 2009, Blogger Musique said...

Buddhism, to my knowledge, has no hard or absolute rules about homosexuality or alcohol.

So true and ...let's not forget turning young boys into sex slaves/lady boys practice is Totally cool - just look in Thailand! Most of 'em serve the rich & pervy khazars.

Anyway, there are plenty joos practcing Buddhism on the side (probably to cover up .. who knows?) ? JuBu

At Wednesday, July 29, 2009, Blogger andie531 said...

I lived in Thailand for about 18 months off and on.

The Thais have less tolerance for homosexuality than appears on the surface - like most Asians, they don't usually express disapproval publicly. The homo-oriented "Uncle Go" column in the local paper stated as much, e.g. the Thai think a gay man is a waste.

An article in the B. Post detailed the lack of respect most Thai have for the Buddhist clergy. Like any other religion, it has its share of corruption.

Thai men have to become monks-in-training OR soldier for 2 years - it's mandatory. Guys in saffron robes often means nothing except a fulfillment of obligation to the state. Dumb tourists think that it means the people are "more spiritual".

A lot of boys who are hetero are attracted to the trade because of the lack of work - if you took away the sex and drug trade, the entire economy would sink into the mire.

I found nothing exceptionally spiritual about Asia - in spite of that, Hollyweird keeps promoting the Dalai Lama and the BuJu stuff
(think "Dharma and Greg") all over the place.

At Wednesday, July 29, 2009, Blogger Musique said...

Many thanks Andie531, its good to know from someone who been over there.
Screw Hollyweied & their Hollyweirdized stories of the "mystical east"! hehehe


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