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bush admits war is false???

Posted by soldierservant on August 21, 2008

There is a lot on this when you just do a few searches. Bush admits that
Iraq had nothing to do with 9/11. I wonder if the televangelists still
cling to that lie now that it has been exposed. ANYBODY THAT FOLLOWS ANY
OF THESE PREACHERS THAT HAVE SUPPORTED BUSH AND THIS WAR NOW KNOW THAT
THOSE WHO THEY FOLLOWED ARE FALSE AND DO NOT HAVE THE HOLY SPIRIT THAT
GIVES ALL DISCERNMENT. SINCE YOU NOW KNOW THEY ARE NOT OF GOD THEN YOU
MUST REALIZE THEY ARE OF THE DEVIL. COME OUT AND BE SEPARATE FROM
BABYLON BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE. STOP LISTENING AND GIVING TO ALL THESE
GREEDY LYING DEVILS. THEY ARE NOW EXPOSED FOR THEIR LIES AND ANY WHO
CONTINUE TO FOLLOW THEM ARE PARTAKING IN THEIR DARKNESS AND ARE IN
REBELLION TO GOD TO WHICH YOU KNOW WHERE THAT WILL LEAD YOU. THOSE WHO
LOVE AND PRACTICE FALSEHOODS ARE DAMNED TO THE LAKE OF FIRE (REV.22:15).

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George Bush’s Top 40 Lies About The War and Terrorism

Posted by soldierservant on August 21, 2008

http://www.bushstole04.com/bushfascism/bush_administration.htm

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Former White House Spokesman Scott McClellan: America Was Misled About Iraq!

Posted by soldierservant on May 30, 2008

Wow, even a whitehouse spokesman is coming out with some of the truth
about Bush. The necrocons can’t squirm out of this. Even the president’s
own men are saying what they don’t want to hear. Prayers are coming
true, PRAISE GOD! Liars will have no excuse. If this is what is being
said about this war under Bush then any fool can figure out that McCain
is up to no good. He would continue this farce. He didn’t get his
nickname “McNasty” for no reason. Only those with nasty souls like his
would vote for him.

http://news.mobile.msn.com/en-us/articles.aspx?afid=1&aid=24848910

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Army Suicides … Thanks To Bush’s War!

Posted by soldierservant on May 30, 2008

This information is coming from the Pentagon, not anti-war
organizations. This, like so much else, is more evil fruits of this war.
People better wake up and get a clue or else it may be them that end up
blowing their own brains out. Americanism and militarism is not the
answer, only Jesus. As long as people are given to idolatry they will
have nothing but heartache and misery. That is the wages of sin. Those
who will not read the bible and follow its advice will only have
tragedy. And just because they play AMAZING GRACE at their funerals
doesn’t save their souls. I also found it interesting that veterans from
all other wars have a suicide rate, proving all wars are evil, not just
Iraq. The wages of sin are death. As long as this continues the suicides
will never cease. God is not mocked. He does not bless evil and those
who do evil are not under His divine protection. As in Numbers 32:23
“…be sure that your sins will find you out.” Those who pursue
bloodshed will be pursued by bloodshed. Jesus said every tree that bears
bad fruit will cut down and thrown into the fire. The only hope is those
who love the Lord and obey his word. Those who live by the sword will
die by the sword.

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ur Military Needs Real Support Not Empty Rhetoric by Pastor Chuck Baldwin

Posted by soldierservant on May 28, 2008

This is pretty good. He is right about our government betrayal of the
military. But who is accomodating them? It is our military. So they heap
this abuse on themselves. I realized this abuse back in Clinton’s war on
Serbia. The corruption probably goes way back beyond that, even with
Reagan. Those who choose to serve under this corruption bring problems
on themselves. Choosing to serve under the likes of Bush or any of these
other globalists is really no different than choosing to serve under
Hitler. Well what do you expect? God is not mocked, you will reap what
you sow. Jesus said that no good can come from evil so these arrogant
mockers that think they know more than Jesus get what they deserve. I
used for feel sorry for the military but now I rejoice at their problems
because these blasphemers will get what is coming to them. These fools,
willing tools, prove Henry Kissinger right. They prove to be the dumb
animals and pawns. Why should I feel sorry for fools who contribute to
their own undoing? I would like to know if you have a good answer for
that. Even Chuck doesn’t, so I don’t totally agree with him. Well at
least one thing can be assured of the military undoing is that we may
not have to worry about martial law coming from them. Maybe these
globalists are working against themselves because it is not too smart
coming from their perspective of trying to take over with a weak
military.

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This column is archived at
http://www.chuckbaldwinlive.com/c2008/cbarchive_20080520.html

As we approach Memorial Day, we can anticipate the usual speeches and photo stunts from various and sundry politicos, each of them touting their heartfelt “support” for America’s men and women in uniform. I submit that much of this political grandstanding is merely empty rhetoric.

Most of us probably recall that former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger is quoted as having said that soldiers are just “dumb, stupid animals to be used” as pawns by the political and commercial elite. Obviously, even the most anti-military Democrat would never be so brazen as to say what Kissinger said. In practice, however, both Democrats and Republicans demonstrate disdain for our brave military people by the way their unconstitutional policies abuse and misuse them.

Whenever the White House sends our troops overseas to serve as United Nations “peacekeepers,” they abuse our military. Whenever our troops are put under foreign commanders, our military is abused.

I remind you that back in 2003, Bush announced to the U.N. that the reason he had invaded Iraq was for the purpose of securing “the credibility of the United Nations.” Unfortunately, various Presidential administrations–both Republican and Democrat–have also used our armed forces for the benefit of the U.N. Such conduct constitutes an abuse of our military.

When our politicians use our military to interfere in the internal affairs of other nations, our military is abused. When our armed forces are sent off to war without a Declaration of War by Congress, our military is abused. When our politicians use our military for the purposes of nation-building, empire-building, and international politics, our military is abused.

When our federal government can spend billions and even trillions of dollars for building and construction costs in Iraq, but cannot maintain safe and sanitary veteran’s hospitals, our military is abused. When our combat-wounded veterans must wait weeks, months, and sometime years to receive the medical care they need, our military is abused. When our veterans have to labor harder to obtain the medical benefits that they were promised than they did the enemy they were sent to fight, our military is abused.

Remember, our President (and every member of Congress) takes an oath to “preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution of the United States.” This includes not allowing our armed forces to be the pawns for conniving politicians and international conglomerates. It also includes only using our military for the safety and security of the U.S. population or territory. It does not include facilitating the personal political agendas of whoever happens to occupy the White House.

Peace in the world is not the purpose of the U.S. military. Their purpose is not to protect 27 European states. (Yes, I am saying outright: we should withdraw from NATO. Let the European nations pay and bleed for their own defense!) Their purpose is not to fight U.N. wars or enforce U.N. decisions. (Yes, I am saying outright: we should withdraw from the United Nations!) Their purpose is to defend the people and property of the United States of America. Period. Anything other than this is an abuse of our military.

To keep our forces in Iraq as an occupation force, year after year, maybe decade after decade, is an abuse of our military. To cancel their retirements; to demand our troops fight year after year, denying some of them the opportunity to even see their own children grow up; and to reduce the standards of recruits in order to accommodate criminals (even those charged with felonies)–constitutes abuse of our military.

To send our National Guard troops to protect the borders of Iraq, while leaving America’s borders wide open to potential terrorists and criminal elements, is an abuse of our military. To not provide adequate health care coverage to retired service members is an abuse of our military. To require disabled vets to give up their military retirement pay in order to receive VA disability benefits is an abuse of our military. To not have a concerted effort by our government to find and bring home America’s MIAs is an abuse of our military.

I could go on and on, but you get the point.

If our politicians in Washington, D.C., really wanted to “support our troops,” they would follow the Constitution, stop meddling in the internal affairs of other countries, restore the benefits and medical care for our veterans, and never send another American soldier to bleed and die for the United Nations. Anything less than that is only political grandstanding and empty rhetoric.

(c) Chuck Baldwin  chuck@chuckbaldwinlive.com

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Ron Paul: The Iraqis Are Worse Off

Posted by soldierservant on January 3, 2008

This is who the neocons call crazy? The neocons need to take a good look
in the mirror. Ron Paul makes perfect sense here. Those supporting this
war are supporting tyranny.

jesus-is-savior.com/Evils%20in%20Government/iraqi_people_are_worse_off.htm

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Hypocrite Alan Greenspan Says Iraq War Was Over Oil

Posted by soldierservant on November 6, 2007

After faithfully serving the agenda of freemasonry, the Council on Foreign Relations, and similar through four administrations of both parties (and who knows how long before then in the public and private sector) the fellow speaks out NOW? As I said earlier, are you ready for the North American Union? I wonder whose faces will grace the front of our “ameros.” Of course they will be filled with witchcraft and occult symbols that Christians will claim as theirs. Maybe Greenspan is just trying to get a Nobel Prize or something.

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