Saturday, October 23, 2004

Bush's Crusade is Not Ours

Bush's "War on Terror" is a Crusade against Islam. Just read The New York Times Magazine cover story last week "Without a Doubt." (Link below) There can be no doubt about this. It doesn't take a genius to see it. Why? Because Bush himself has on at least on two occasions revealed that his so-called "War on Terror" is a "crusade."

The first time was on Sept. 16th. And nope, it wasn't a slip of the tongue as the White House Press Secretary tried to dissemble. Because two weeks later, Bush used exactly the same word again. "Crusade."

For those of you who are not history buffs, the Crusades were a series of expeditions launched by Christian kings in the middle ages to retake Jerusalem from the Moslems.

Bush, as a fundamentalist Christian converted by Billy Graham himself, shares the Religious Right's belief that they must wage war against Islam and exterminate all nonbelievers (hint: Moslems) to fulfill the doomsday prophecies from the Book of Revelations. As interpreted by the Religious Right's soothsayers of course.

Half of the U.S. has been conned. Conned into believing that they're engaged in a war not of their own choice or making but one that's unprovoked and forced upon them by enemies who will stop at nothing to destroy them. But this is simply not true. And the Times story makes this shockingly clear.

This "Crusade" was scripted, produced, and staged Bush Junior and the Religious Right Party (aka The Republican Party.) Americans will defend their country when there is no choice. But two-thirds of Americans are sane and not Religious Right fanatics, and we simply do not care to join a new Crusade against Islam. Which will end as disastrously as the medieval Crusades though millions believed they were ordered and protected by God Almightly himself.

At least 66% of Americans will strongly refuse to support any Religious-Right-fueled all-out war on Islam. They don't wish to play any supporting role in the Christian fundamentalist belief that the world must race towards Armaggedon for Jesus to return again and set up his kingdom.

We Immortalists especially don't care about it. And we shall have no part in it. And we shall be the vanguard voice of the American people in this.

The New York Times Magazine "Without a Doubt"

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