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A lot of the acts you mentioned were the will of God

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Submitted by Stephen Phillips (United States), Sep 9, 2006 at 02:09

God wanted the Panama canal built and he used Theodore Roosevelt (A God fearing man) and the Americans to build it. No other nation in the world at that time could have built it. The Panama Canal is a good thing and pleases God. America didn't establish Israel, God did. That land never has and never will belong to the Arabs. They are interlopers and intruders in Israel. They have no rights to that land. The bible states it. Saddam Hussein was kicked out of office by the Lord. He is the one who raises up kings and brings them down. He simply used the U.S. Anyone who would approve of Saddam's behavior when he had power is either as evil as him or ignorent of what he was really about. I could go on but I have other important points to make.

Do you know what nation is mostly responsible for the spread of Islamic terrorism?: The United States. The U.S. shot itself in the foot starting in the 1970's. The Shah of Iran was a friend of the U.S. But some people in the all powerful western media and a few relatively less important politicians didn't "like him" for whatever petty reasons that are common in places like Hollywood. Perhaps they didn't like the way he looked. So these forces plotted to have him overthrown and they succeeded. Well look who his replacement was: The Ayatollah Khomeini. A sworn enemy of the U.S. He wasn't in power a year before he kidnapped the U.S. hostages in November 1979. To make matters worse for the U.S., after Iran went to war against Iraq (Which was considered an ally at that time) the U.S. supplied weapons to both nations to blow eachother up. Both nations have ample reason not to trust the U.S. So the U.S. decided to change Iraq's political designation from ally to enemy. Now the plot really thickens.

Saddam Hussein decided he wanted to reclaim Kuwait as part of Iraq. This is true. There was no such thing as Kuwait until the U.S. and a few other western nations decided to carve Kuwait out of Iraq since most of the oil was concentrated in the part of Iraq that was renamed Kuwait. But the fact that Saddam was toppled was not good for U.S. As a matter of fact, one reason the Lord toppled Saddam was to punish America for it's multitude of sins. Iraq was the only nation that prevented the spread of extreme Islam. Remove Saddam and Iran has free reign to stir up unimaginable trouble throughout the middle east. No, the fall of Saddam was not a blessing for the U.S. because he kept Iran in check.

I agree with you that American morals are in the cesspool. But even though the Arab world are justified in their hatred for some of the crimes of Americans, alot of the hatred is pure jealousy. I also wish that you would get some of this Palestinian business straight. They are the farthest thing from being a victim of Israel. Yassar Arafat was one of the wealthiest and most corrupt men on Earth. He exploited the Palestinian people to a great degree. But the Palestinian people are not innocent either. They hold democratic elections and vote a terrorist group into office, Hamas, whose stated goal is to wipe Israel off the map.

Anyone who would suggest such a thing is evil beyond description. But that's what "those poor, persecuted Palestinians" did. But their actions come as no surprise to us Christians who know that all men, women and children on earth are evil and desperately wicked. You'll never hear this in the western media but it's true. Man will never bring peace to this world because he doesn't know peace. God is the only one who can and will bring peace. But first the world has to go through WWIII so that man can see that all his peace efforts lead to failure and human extinction. Thank Jesus that he is not going to allow that to happen.

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