Skip to comments.Acts of War
Posted on 10/01/2012 11:34:05 AM PDT by Brett L. Baker
Resistance to tyrants is obedience to God.
Once again, our nation has been attacked by the followers of Islam, the so-called religion of peace. This time their claim is a movie which depicts their prophet and their religion, in what they consider to be an intolerable manner, has sparked their outrage and their response is attacks on sovereign U.S. soil. These are not isolated events which were enacted by a few fringe elements of their society. These were coordinated and orchestrated attacks sanctioned by their religious leaders and their governments. Of course, it doesnt stop there, it never does. Sovereign German and British soil was also attacked in the same manner, yet in no way were the nations of Germany or England even remotely involved in this. Unfortunately, our so-called leaders, making certain they act in a manner which is true to their form, denounce these attacks on our nation in the strongest possible terms to assure everyone they are not the impotent, spineless jellyfish which they know themselves to be. We have seen and heard apologies, statements of disgust at this movie, and we have heard the same old rhetoric regurgitated by the leaders of our nation, the United States, which amounts to nothing more than laughable and satirical attempt to assuage our fears that our leaders really have no backbone whatsoever. As we can plainly see, a rose by any other name is still a rose, but in this case, a bowl of jello is just that, a bowl of jello.
If the so-called act of insulting their prophet and their religion is such a heinous crime, I would have to ask, why is it not a crime when they do the same thing? For years, if not decades or even centuries, they have been calling us infidels. But the truth is, as the United States is and has been a Christian nation, which was clearly stated by our forefathers, as well as by the Supreme Courts decision in 1892 as well; we are legally and organically a Christian nation. If you stop for a moment and consider that as a Christian nation, we believe in Messiah Yeshua (Christ Jesus) as our Lord, King and Savior, but the people who are attacking us do not believe this, so I would have to ask who are the true infidels? I can assure you the term infidel means godless one. If their argument is that they have been insulted and they have the right to attack the United States as a result of their displeasure, I would argue, their slurs against the United States; calling us infidels, the Great Satan, the devil and a multitude of other false labels, are in fact the exact same types of insults which they claim to find so utterly offensive. The fact that they do not believe in the true Son of God leads one to the conclusion that Satan is within them. However, the people of Libya, Egypt, Yemen and Tunisia have committed acts of War against the United States by attacking our sovereign soil. This cannot and should not be tolerated. Their hypocrisy and fallacious arguments are neither an excuse nor logical reasoning for killing our people, destroying our property or desecrating our flag. What they are doing is making their position known. The people of the Middle East do not keep this a secret; the entire world needs to accept Islam as their faith, or be enslaved or killed. This is their mantra. These are their words. These words have been echoed since the time of the Dey of Algiers, Sidi Haji Abdul Rahman Adja, when he spoke to John Adams and Thomas Jefferson, and right up to the present day motto of the Muslim Brotherhood. Personally, I will never submit to their will or to their religion. And I certainly will not allow my own misguided elected leaders within our government make me believe in their way. This will never happen.
We must all hang together, or, assuredly, we shall all hang separately.
The question which comes to mind is why do our political leaders allow this to happen with a mere statement of disapproval as their response? The people of the United States know our nation has some of, if not the absolute best intelligence gathering agencies in the world. There is absolutely no way our government did not know this threat existed. Unless the Hussein Obama Administration has changed our policy of having United States Marines guard our Embassies, but that was changed under the Clinton Administration, so we can only wonder why there wasnt a contingent at each and every U.S. Embassy, everywhere in the Middle East, and North, Central or East Africa capable of dispatching such attacks with the fiery brilliance which they are known to possess. We also have to wonder if orders were given to the few Marines who are there not to fire on those who attacked our nation, and why? It is simply impossible to make the argument that U.S. Marines dont lay down the heaviest and most sustained firepower against their enemies or attackers, as history has already proved this, time and time again. These attacks could have easily been stopped and we all know it. But Hussein Obama and Hillary Clinton have denounced these attacks in the strongest possible terms. What does this tell the people of our nation and the world about the President of the United States and the U.S. State Department? I would laugh if I wasnt so disgusted.
Now we get to the Congress of the United States, which has the power to Declare War. Our nation has been attacked in at least four (4) separate countries. Our government tells us these are acts of a few individuals and not their governments. This is a lie. These attacks were planned, orchestrated and then carried out by their regimes, with the sole intent of killing our people, destroying our property and committing an Act of War against the United States, then lying about it by telling us and the world, they are fringe elements of society who perpetrated these acts of aggression against the United States and now Germany and England. But as we all know too well, Congress is only capable of agreeing to give themselves pay-raises. There has been no Declaration of War. So one can only infer our government is willing to allow our nation to be attacked without reprisal. If our elected leaders actually had a backbone, a Declaration of War would have already been made. Our so-called President would have already decided with the help of his advisors and the Joint Chiefs of Staff on how to Make War on those who have furtively and cowardly attacked us. And we would be sitting here in the United States today looking at the aftermath of U.S. response on our television screens. Cairo Egypt, Benghazi Libya, Sanaa Yemen and Tunis Tunisia would be extremely large heaps of rubble. By allowing this sort of attack on our nation, we have only given those nations which are thinking of doing the same, the courage to do so.
We cannot allow our elected government officials, who serve at our pleasure, make these kinds of disastrous decisions. As a sovereign nation, we have every right to defend ourselves against aggression. In this case, we have been attacked in four (4) locations. Our people have been murdered. Our flag has been desecrated. Not to mention, we are forced to listen to a fallacious 4th grade argument for why this has been done and the two faced assurances that these forked tongued governments have condemned these actions. Then we are further subjected by the nonsensical jibber-jabber of our own leaders who tell us this will not go unpunished. Really? To make matters even worse, we know at this moment in time, our government is in negotiations with these same nations with regard to how much foreign aid they will receive from the U.S. taxpayers.
Certainly, I cannot be the only one in this great Republic who finds this to be unconscionable. In fact, I know I am not. I speak to people each and every day who feel just as I do. While I know there are many within the United States who undoubtedly feel this (and everything else) has all been caused by the United States, there are an equal if not greater amount of people who are simply dumbfounded at the continuation of this insanity. I understand as much as anyone else, our foreign policy has and continues to be a thorn in our side and a harbinger of what is undoubtedly yet to come. But despite these foreign policy blunders, in no way does this give other nations the right to attack our nation. How is it, our government supports their Arab Springs, yet they turn around and commit an Acts of War against the United States? There are no excuses. There are no arguments or justifications for these acts. And I state this with absolute certainty, this must not be tolerated.
If we wish to be free, if we mean to preserve inviolate those inestimable privileges for which we have been so long contending, if we mean not basely to abandon the noble struggle in which we have been so long engaged, and which we have pledged ourselves never to abandon until the glorious object of our contest shall be obtained_we must fight!
God Bless this Great Republic, the United States of America.
Brett L. Baker
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