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Tuesday, August 30, 2011

U.S. Military Backs Al Qaeda -- Should Christian Warriors Help?

Re: The Conflict; The Mission

Should aspiring Christian warriors enlist in the U.S. military? On its face, it seems a good way to serve by protecting hearth and home.

You can see a problem with that as you consider the agenda of those who direct U.S. military policy. For example, ABC News has reported that Abdelhakim Belhaj, the new leader of Libya's U.S. backed military council has a terrorist background and links to al Qaeda. 
The report states:
Abdelhakim Belhaj, who was recently appointed to Tripoli's rebel military council, was one of the original founders of the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group, an anti-Gadhafi group which was later designated by the U.S. State Department as a terrorist organization with links to al Qaeda, according to U.S. government reports. (Read complete article HERE)
So, why have the ruling elite backed an al Qaeda faction in yet another military intervention? Could it be that the Military Industrial Complex (MIC) needs an enemy in order to justify its existence, and that Libya will serve as the incubator for the future enemy?
Of course, by the time the tailor-made terrorists enemy develops into a credible threat, the American public will have forgotten the U.S. role in creating it. Who remembers that Osama bin Laden and Saddam Hussein were both at one time CIA clients?
Who remembers that during World War I, the head of the Federal Reserve Bank and the head of the German central bank were brothers? The banksters who financed the war on both sides profited.

My counsel to young Christian warriors who want to serve their country is to find some other way to do it rather than join the military. Don't put your life and limb on the line as a pawn for policymakers who put personal and corporate profits above the well-being of this nation's citizens.
Do not misunderstand me -- I pray for those who have gone into military service. I respect their courage and intentions, but I have to confess I believe that they are misguided.
I believe that a young Christian warrior would better serve his nation by serving the nation's King -- Jesus. As I develop this site, D.V., I hope to outline a plan based on Biblical teaching that will accomplish this.

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