Thursday, January 31, 2008

Iraq: A Chinese View

Some historians imagine that at the end of the Upper Paleolithic Period (around 12,000 BC), Asiatic groups crossed the Bering Land Bridge into what is now western Alaska. So "Native Americans" are really Chinese (a great over-simplification), and Europeans took over America from these Chinese people (ditto).

Now imagine more contemporaneously that the Communist Party of China wants to "take America back," and invades the U.S., setting up military bases throughout the land, and organizing a "Coalition Government" with communist sympathizers and Communist front organizations.

I assume you would join me in saying that the Chinese Communist Party has no legitimate right to be here and is not our legitimate government. If we did that, the Chinese Communists would immediately declare us to be "insurgents," and if we picked up our muskets like Patrick Henry did, to fight against the Chinese Communist Redcoats, we would be called "terrorists."

The United States federal government has invaded Iraq with no more legitimacy than a Chinese invasion of the U.S., and no more legitimacy than the Soviet Union invasion of Afghanistan.

Further, the U.S. federal government might well be described by the phrase "atheistic communism." Like these communist nations, the United States federal government is now officially atheistic, and makes it illegal for teachers in our local schools to teach schoolchildren that the Declaration of Independence (1776) is true, that there is a God, our rights come from Him, and our nation will be blessed by the Providence of God if we observe "the Laws of Nature and of Nature's God." This is all illegal in this now-atheistic America. A teacher who believes that the Declaration of Independence is true cannot endorse and promote those ideas in a public school classroom. Ironically, this atheistic government did not overthrow a Christian government in Iraq, but a secular one, and replaced it with an Islamic Theocracy.

Truth is surely stranger than fiction.

A government report published during the Reagan Administration concluded, "If an unfriendly foreign power had attempted to impose on America the mediocre educational performance that exists today, we might well have viewed it as an act of war."

The federal government has invaded Iraq, and the federal government has declared war on America.

True Americans will not support these wars.

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