January 23, 2018


Things For Some Christians To Ponder About U.S. Foreign Policy

Christians are sometimes influenced by what they hear on TV or radio about how they should think when it comes to U.S. foreign policy. This article will give some background on the United States foreign policy and the results of said policy. If you are a Christian in the United States, you have to understand the consequences of your vote this 2012 election, more than at anytime in our history. But before doing so, please know the facts presented below.

The U.S. supported Saddam Hussein against Iran …then invaded Iraq when Saddam turned on Kuwait. But that didn’t get rid of Hussein. The U.S. invaded Iraq under false pretenses during the George W. Bush administration and many U.S. Christian leaders sent a letter to Bush thanking him.

The U.S. supported Osama bin Laden against Russia in Afghanistan, bankrupting Russia. Osama bin Laden then turned on the U.S. because he didn’t want the U.S. on Saudi Arabia land. The U.S. left Saudi Arabia and now have a $1.3 billion dollar embassy in Iraq. People are continuing to die in Iraq because now the Sunnis are in charge, who just so happen to be pro Iran.

The U.S. spent almost a billion bombing Libya. Gaddafi is now dead and Al Qaeda’s black flag rises above Benghazi’s courthouse.

The U.S. is bombing Pakistan with drones, killing innocents and pissing off millions more while the U.S. leaders of course expect no blowback.

The U.S. is threatening Iran with sanctions and all Republican candidates but Ron Paul are threatening to bomb Iran, this despite U.S. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta saying that Iran is not developing nuclear weapons.

The radical Muslims, mostly from Saudi Arabia where the Wahhabi’s reside, attacked the twin towers with 15 out of 18 coming from Saudi Arabia. Did the U.S. attack Saudi Arabia? Why not? Instead the U.S. attacked Iraq, but no Iraqi’s were hijackers on 9/11. No Iranians either. But the Saudi’s have announced plans to build 16 nuclear reactors.

Either the Bible is clear on this, or the U.S. leaders are. As Christians, we have to make up our own minds who to follow.

Blessed are the peacemakers: for they shall be called the children of God. Matthew 5:9 Can the U.S. leaders, based on the above actions, be considered “peacemakers” in the eyes of God?

For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life. John 3:16 – This means God loved the whole world. This includes Muslims or in the case of Iran, Persians.

And the second is like unto it, Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself. Matthew 22:39 The Bible doesn’t say, “unless of course they are Muslim.”

Judge not, that ye be not judged. Matthew 7:1 It is God who is the final judge, not man. Some folks in Washington seem to want to hurry judgement day.

And the work of righteousness shall be peace; and the effect of righteousness quietness and assurance for ever. Isaiah 32:17 Naturally, most Americans want “quietness and assurance for ever.”

Ron Paul is the only Republican candidate who what wants to end the wars. Can one be “conservative” and want war with Iran at the same time like Gingrich, Romney and Santorum?

Ron Paul can also garner votes from the peace loving Democrats who Obama told the first thing he would do in office is end the wars. The alternative to Paul is bankrupting our nation and the end of the American way of life that we have grown accustomed to.

I wrote the book “Buy Gold and Silver Safely” to warn people about the economic dire situation our government has led us to with uncontrollable spending policies and an out of control Federal Reserve. I am writing the book “We the Serfs” to bring an understanding to Christians that the media has an agenda and that government grows upon itself to the point where the Independence we once fought for will be swallowed up by the new Kings and Queens that make up the halls of Congress. The result is, we become indebted slaves; Serfs. These wars do nothing but drive us into further debt. You have to choose what you want for future generations Christians. You have to make this decision now before it’s too late. You make this decision now before the return of the draft and they come for your sons and daughters.