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Wow guys !!! Talk about a hashed up tread, and I thought it was over when the judge threw the case out. Interesting information......

BTW I am Prolife. I cannot imagine how anyone regardless of circumstances could kill their own child. God breathed life into man, and then made woman from man. God still breathes life into every child born. Its definately an act of defience when anyone tries to undo what God has created or allowed to be. How many mothers have wished they could undo their abortions, there are many...... Its only an act of God that they are able to deal with the hurt and pain of an abortion. I cannot support someone that supports abortion. Sorry, but no apologies on that, just not happening. A life is a life and deserves to live as God ment it to be.


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Actually, the races of man do exist, that's a biological fact. The thing is, God created us this way, unique for His own purposes and will. That doesn't mean any particular race is superior or inferior as God made us all human, Christ died for all men of all races. We might not be able to understand why God created the races of man, but it should be no shock considering he created varieties among the rest of his creation whether we are talking about the tree family or the cat family or whales. Our God is a creative being and it pleased Him to create humans in variety rather than all the same. The fact that some men have determined to use race as an excuse for sin is sad, but that's the nature of fallen man, to use that which God has created for sin, as is most clearly seen in regards to sex; beautiful and wonderful within marriage, wicked and sinful otherwise.

Rejoice in our creative God!


No, John.

Not different races, but different stocks are what God made.

I didn't want to hijack this thread, and neither did Anime, but whilst we're at it, just let me say that I think you are confusing stocks with the human race. There are three stock-types, the caucasoid, Mongoloid, and Negroid. They all have the similar blood types, the same human DNA types and many other things common. This is why a black or yellow person can donate blood for a white person and vice versa as long as their blood types are compatible.

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No, John.

Not different races, but different stocks are what God made.

I didn't want to hijack this thread, and neither did Anime, but whilst we're at it, just let me say that I think you are confusing stocks with the human race. There are three stock-types, the caucasoid, Mongoloid, and Negroid. They all have the similar blood types, the same human DNA types and many other things common. This is why a black or yellow person can donate blood for a white person and vice versa as long as their blood types are compatible.


Well, whatever term one uses, whether race, stocks, breeds, species, or whatever other terms some use, the fact remains that God created specific differences among humanity.

While some aspects are the same between humans, proving their relatedness, there are some aspects that are different, proving their uniqueness. There are some bone marrow transplants that are race (stock) specific. A particular medicine was put on the market within recent years designed specifically to work in and for blacks.

While some see these uniqunesses and differences as something to be upset about, to cry about or to take pride in, I see them as another wonderful example of God great creativity.

Obama is of different racial, or stock, than I, but if he were he of some other stock and held the same positions he now holds that wouldn't change my beliefs regarding him at all.

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ok if it's thou shall not kill why did Bush go and murder all of our troops for this waste of money war? If republicans were so good of outlawing abortion why is abortion still legal?



[offtopic]In answer to you first question - you obviously don't understand the importance of this war...remember we were attacked on 9-11-01. There are many naysayers about us being in Iraq, but they too don't understand the mindset of those who want to wipe us off the face of the earth. Waste of money war? Would you rather have it here in America? That's where the terrorists want it, and it is not here now simply because we are forcing them to focus in Iraq and Afghanistan. I'd rather it stay there, thank you. And, as has been stated, the ADULTS who join the military do it voluntarily. A very few whine and gripe about not having signed up to fight, but that's what the military is for. The bulk of the military is there because they want to protect this country they love. And, whether or not anyone believes it, that is just what they are doing in Iraq.

Second question: this has been answered before. Bush pushed through a ban on partial birth abortion, which BO has promised to lift. Bush also appointed some SCOTUS justices who, if it were brought back to the Court, would vote to end Roe v Wade and send the decision back to individual states, where it belonged in the first place. It's a slow process, but one that was in gear. All of the gains will be lost now. It doesn't matter if BO goes to women and forces them to have abortions. He doesn't want parents involved at all if minor girls get pregnant. He wants babies who survive abortions to be left to die (no lies, KJVK - he voted for that 3, count 'em, 3 times). He is very pro-abortion. And that is heinous, whoever it is.[/offtopic]

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as has been stated, the ADULTS who join the military do it voluntarily


Exactly. They signed up to protect our country. They know the risks. Just like how police officers signed up knowing the risk as well. Or firefirghters. Yes, it is heartbreaking to see our troops die but it is their honor because they wanted to protect our country. Police officers die in their jobs too, and we honor them. So do firefighters. They don't deserve to die, but it happens because violences (yes, even fires is violence when it is intentional). They know that each day could be the last day they will ever hear from their friends and families again.

Whenever these people sign up for any risky jobs, we have to accept the fact they could die from their jobs or duties. So leave the troops dying out of it, and thanks them instead. Just attack the purpose of the war instead.

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True, but I think that wars should be thought out thoroughly and used only as a last resort. The souldiers aren't to be used as toys, you must consider extremely carefully before sending them to war. Personally, I think Bush failed to do that and I think he went to war for the wrong reasons in Iraq. Perhaps you won't agree with the second part of what I said, but I can't imagine why anyone would disagree with the first part.

Anyways, I think we've gotten way off topic, so perhaps we should get back to that.

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But, if you had all the information that President Bush has, you just might agree with him at the time he made the decisions.

Arm chair quarterbacks can make many calls after the fact, but 99.9 % of them are no good at making that call or doing something in the heat of the moment.

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BTW I am Prolife. I cannot imagine how anyone regardless of circumstances could kill their own child. God breathed life into man' date=' and then made woman from man. God still breathes life into every child born.[/b'] Its definately an act of defience when anyone tries to undo what God has created or allowed to be. How many mothers have wished they could undo their abortions, there are many...... Its only an act of God that they are able to deal with the hurt and pain of an abortion. I cannot support someone that supports abortion. Sorry, but no apologies on that, just not happening. A life is a life and deserves to live as God ment it to be.



:goodpost::amen: Truthseeking! That is why this nation has abortion healing classes for women and men who have suffered this atrocity. Cornerstone--Among Women Pregnancy Crisis Centers conduct these classes "free" to anyone in need. It is fact that years later, after committing such a horrible act of murder...both women and men suffer psychological consequences in which, God alone, can cure a person's soul---through His Holy Word.

KJVKayBeliever...Roe v. Wade did not come along until 1973. I was in the third grade at the time. You see...legalized abortion is something fairly new in this nation. The woman who was supposed to have the abortion, never got one at all. She gave birth to and raised her child.

[offtopic]Please see John81's post on how Planned Parenthood came about. If you read it, you will see that it was designed to get rid of African Americans, Jews, Indians, and other so-called races which this group of Liberals believed were inferior to the "Master Race." It is a real "eye-opener" and quite disgusting, IMHO.[/offtopic]

Psalm 127:3...Lo, children, are an heritage of the LORD: and the fruit of the womb is his reward. "Sow in Tears, Reap in Joy" KJV 1611 AV.

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About Roe v. Wade. Information on Norma McCorvey.


http://en.wikepedia.org/wiki/Norma_McCorvey


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Norma McCorvey
Born Norma Lee Nelson
September 22, 1947 (1947-09-22) (age 61)
Simmesport in Avoyelles Parish, Louisiana
Other names Jane Roe
Occupation Director, Crossing Over Ministry
Religious beliefs Roman Catholic
Spouse(s) Woody McCorvey (divorced)
Partner Connie Gonzales (1970-92)
Children Melissa

Norma Leah McCorvey (n

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[offtopic]An article on Planned Parenthood.[/offtopic]


http://www.foxnews.com/story/D,2933,35237,00.html


Pastors Accuse Planned Parenthood for 'Genocide' on Blacks

Thursday, April 24, 2008

By Kelley Beaucar Vlahos

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WASHINGTON ? The Planned Parenthood Federation of America has perpetuated a ?genocide on the black community,? says a group of African-American pastors who claimed Thursday the birth control and abortion provider has had a racist agenda since its beginnings in 1921.

Holding a brief vigil and press conference in front of a Planned Parenthood clinic in Washington, D.C., the group of pastors and activists said they were incensed by the results of recent ?undercover? inquiries into several Planned Parenthood clinics across the country.

?Every day ? over 1,500 black babies are murdered inside the black woman?s womb,? said Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson, of Brotherhood Organization of a New Destiny (BOND). ?This is a race issue.?

The pastors urged Congress to initiate an audit of the organization and have written letters demanding that money for Planned Parenthood be eliminated from federal Title X funding, of which the group got $65 million for fiscal year 2007, according to pro-life Concerned Women of America. In total, Planned Parenthood received $300 million in government contracts and grants in the current fiscal year.

The national office of Planned Parenthood provided FOX News with a lengthy statement on Thursday in which it said its role in the African-American community is widespread because the need is greater.

?The (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) revealed that a shocking number of teenage African-American girls ? nearly half ? carry a sexually transmitted infection," reads the statement. "This compares to an overall average rate for all teenage girls of at least one in four.

?The largest increases in the teen birthrate were reported for non-Hispanic black teens, whose overall rate rose five percent in 2006. In addition, African-American women are more likely to die of breast cancer than the general population,? it said.

But an investigation, undertaken by students at the University of California at Los Angeles newspaper, The Advocate, revealed troubling responses from Planned Parenthood staffers when asked by an actor, posing as a ?donor,? if he could earmark his contribution for abortions for ?black babies? only.

In one example, Autumn Kersey, vice president for marketing at Planned Parenthood of Idaho, is asked whether a donation can be specified ?to help a minority group ? like the black community, for example.?

?Certainly,? Kersey says in a taped response in which she sounds genuinely encouraged by the offer. ?If you wanted to designate that your gift be used to help an African-American woman in need, then we would certainly make sure the gift as earmarked for that purpose.?

The caller responds: ?Great, because I really faced trouble with affirmative action, and I don?t want my kids to be disadvantaged against black kids. I just had a baby; I want to put it in his name.?

Kersey responds, ?Absolutely.?

The "donor" proceeds to proclaim that ?the less black kids out there the better,? followed by, ?understandable, understandable,? by Kersey, who laughed as if he were joking.

?Excuse my hesitation, this is the first time that I?ve had a donor call and make this kind of request, so I?m excited and want to make sure I don?t leave anything out,? she is recorded saying.

Kersey's and other statements were culled from calls to Planned Parenthood clinics in six states. In each, the staff person answering the call expressed an interest in taking the donations despite the caller?s overtly racist commentary.

That is part of a troubling trend, say critics, who accuse Planned Parenthood of targeting minority neighborhoods. They blame the institution for a disproportionate rate of abortions among black women.

?I think the media, and I think America, and certainly black folks, need to start thinking about race and Planned Parenthood, said Rev. Clenard Childress, who raised the question, not for the first time, about Planned Parenthood?s founder, Margaret Sanger, who died over 40 years ago at the age of 86.

Sanger, a pioneering advocate for universal access to birth control for women, was also a proponent of ?eugenics,? a philosophy that advocates social intervention, like birth control and abortion, for "improving" the hereditary traits of the human race. According to biographies written about Sanger, who was the sixth child of 11 eleven born to a rigid Catholic family in upstate New York, her support for this practice was focused on the ?unfit? and the poor ? slum dwellers ? as they were called at the time, by making contraceptives more available there.

Over the years, comments made by Sanger about reproduction among the poor and minorities have led to her reputation as a racist and a belief that she wanted to ?weed? out blacks from society. Planned Parenthood has disputed that caricature and has pointed out her supporters in the black community, including Martin Luther King Jr., and W.E.B DuBois. Nevertheless, Childress and others repeatedly invoked her name as a major force behind a century-long ?genocide? on the black community.

According to a report released by the group of Students for Life America on Tuesday, black women are 4.8 times more likely to have an abortion than white women, while the black population in the U.S. is in decline. Black women account for 36 percent of those having abortions in the U.S. today, according to group, while black children make up 17 percent of live births.

?Contrary to the public?s belief that Planned Parenthood is helpful and supportive of family planning and the health of the mother and child, recent news and research show that the roots of its foundation have continued to give birth to continual hatred and disdain for minorities that its founder saw as 'unfit,'? the group says in its report.

In its response, Planned Parenthood emphasized that 97 percent of its services are focused on providing contraceptives, breast and cervical cancer screenings and sexually transmitted disease testing and treatment ? not abortions.

?Those services are more important than ever as this country faces a health care crisis ? too many women can't afford birth control, too many families don?t have adequate health insurance coverage and too many young people are faced with unintended pregnancies and sexually transmitted infections,? the organization said. ?As a safety-net provider, it is Planned Parenthood's mission to provide women, men and teens with affordable access to reproductive health care services and information, regardless of income.?

Meanwhile, Planned Parenthood of Idaho apologized in February for the comments made by its staff during the UCLA student investigation.

?A fundraising employee violated the organization?s principles and practices when she appeared to be willing to accept a racially motivated donation,? said the Idaho-based organization told the Idaho Statesman. ?We apologize for the manner in which this offensive call was handled. We take full responsibility for the actions of the fundraising staff member who created the impression that racism of any form would be tolerated at Planned Parenthood. We took swift action to ensure that each of our employees understands their responsibility to communicate clearly with donors about the fact that we believe in helping all individuals, regardless of gender, race or sexual orientation, make informed decisions about their reproductive health care.?

That's not enough for Lilly Epps, an activist who joined the pastors in denouncing Planned Parenthood on Thursday. She said she was 26 years old when she got an abortion in the clinic used to stage the protest. She said the day has come to get ?the truth? out about Planned Parenthood and what it is doing her community.

?I am a mad black woman,? she said. ?Words cannot say how angry I am, how ignorant I was. But I thank God I came to the truth.?

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Actually, looking back over history and knowing what the presidents knew (or thought they knew) then, I disagree with the reasons and means most presidents used to get America involved in the wars she's been in.

History is clear that most of America's wars were pre-planned and especially arranged by nefarious means because the people of America would have never agreed to war otherwise.

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Actually, looking back over history and knowing what the presidents knew (or thought they knew) then, I disagree with the reasons and means most presidents used to get America involved in the wars she's been in.

History is clear that most of America's wars were pre-planned and especially arranged by nefarious means because the people of America would have never agreed to war otherwise.

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Oh...this is so very true, John. My dad always told us as kids, that war is caused by at least 2 men disagreeing on something...usually, land.

War should be used as a last resort!! I DO believe that this situation in the Middle East was justifiable, given what happened to the USA on 9-11. It is clear to me, and many other people, that President Bush took our troops to where he felt was the "least restrictive" environment. Putting our troops in Iraq as apposed to Afghanistan was less hazardous to them. Also, people are unaware as to what has NOT been made know to the American public yet...and, might NOT be ever made known. Saddam Hussein had empty canisters of what once contained "nuclear weapons of mass destruction." The NUKES had been shipped to Iran and Syria prior to the arrival of our US troops in Iraq. We know that Russia has been feeding these tiny countries NUKES for years. That is a given!!

War is a necessary evil.

The Obama administration is left to carry this burden. While BO is worried about the US economy---terrorists sit and plot their every move. That is what they do---they strike us when we least expect it.

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Oh...this is so very true, John. My dad always told us as kids, that war is caused by at least 2 men disagreeing on something...usually, land.

War should be used as a last resort!! I DO believe that this situation in the Middle East was justifiable, given what happened to the USA on 9-11. It is clear to me, and many other people, that President Bush took our troops to where he felt was the "least restrictive" environment. Putting our troops in Iraq as apposed to Afghanistan was less hazardous to them. Also, people are unaware as to what has NOT been made know to the American public yet...and, might NOT be ever made known. Saddam Hussein had empty canisters of what once contained "nuclear weapons of mass destruction." The NUKES had been shipped to Iran and Syria prior to the arrival of our US troops in Iraq. We know that Russia has been feeding these tiny countries NUKES for years. That is a given!!

War is a necessary evil.

The Obama administration is left to carry this burden. While BO is worried about the US economy---terrorists sit and plot their every move. That is what they do---they strike us when we least expect it.


Well, these attacks today in India will bring terrorism back to the fore front for we in the USA; and probably not a moment too soon!

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Well, these attacks today in India will bring terrorism back to the fore front for we in the USA; and probably not a moment too soon!



I haven't had the TV on all day. What happened in India, trc?

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Turn it on then! duhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh............................lol.............or http://www.cnn.com



You are so funny!! :lol: No...I want you to give me ALL the information, trc. j/k...we have Christmas music playing as we are getting ready to have Thanksgiving here for almost the ENTIRE family, tomorrow.

Yeah...I gotta keep up on world events, or word crisis' is more like it. :sad

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At the moment there have been something like 7 separate attacks in India's financial capital with about 78 deaths and reports of hostages taken in a couple of hotels.

It appears the targets were Americans and Britons.

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Gunmen kill at least 78 in attacks across Mumbai

MUMBAI, India ? Teams of heavily armed gunmen stormed luxury hotels, a popular restaurant and a crowded train station in coordinated attacks across India's financial capital Wednesday night, killing at least 78 people and taking Westerners hostage, police said. An explosion followed by a raging fire struck one of the hotels, the landmark Taj Mahal, early Thursday. Screams could be heard and enormous clouds of black smoke rose from the at the century-old edifice on Mumbai's waterfront. Firefighters were spraying water at the blaze.

The attackers specifically targeted Britons and Americans, witnesses said. Fires burned and gunfire was heard for hours. Officials said at least 200 people were wounded.

The motive for the onslaught was not immediately clear, but Mumbai has frequently been targeted in terrorist attacks blamed on Islamic extremists, including a series of bombings in July 2007 that killed 187 people.

An Indian media report said a previously unknown group calling itself the Deccan Mujahideen had claimed responsibility for the attacks in e-mails to several media outlets.

Police reported hostages being held at the Taj Mahal and Oberoi hotels, two of the best-known upscale destinations in this crowded but wealthy city.

Gunmen who burst into the Taj "were targeting foreigners. They kept shouting: `Who has U.S. or U.K. passports?'" said Ashok Patel, a British citizen who fled from the hotel.

Authorities believed seven to 15 foreigners were prisoners at the Taj Mahal, but it was not immediately clear if hostages at the Oberoi were Indians or foreigners, said Anees Ahmed, a top state official.

State Department spokesman Robert Wood said U.S. officials were not aware of any American casualties, but were still checking. He said he could not address reports that Westerners might be among the hostages.

"We condemn these attacks and the loss of innocent life," White House spokesman Tony Fratto said.

Johnny Joseph, chief secretary for Maharashtra state, of which Mumbai is the capital, said 78 people had been killed and 200 had been wounded.

Blood smeared the floor of the Chhatrapati Shivaji rail station, where attackers sprayed bullets into the crowded terminal. Press Trust of India quoted the chief of the Mumbai railway police, A.K. Sharma, as saying several men armed with rifles and grenades were holed up at the station.

Other gunmen attacked Leopold's restaurant, a landmark popular with foreigners, and the police headquarters in southern Mumbai, the area where most of the attacks took place. The restaurant was riddled with bullet holes and there were blood on the floor and shoes left by fleeing customers.

A British citizen who was dining at the Oberoi hotel told Sky News television that the gunmen who struck there singled out Britons and Americans.

Alex Chamberlain said a gunman, a young man of 22 or 23, ushered 30 or 40 people from the restaurant into a stairway and ordered everyone to put up their hands. He said the gunman spoke in Hindi or Urdu.

"They were talking about British and Americans specifically. There was an Italian guy, who, you know, they said: 'Where are you from?" and he said he's from Italy and they said 'fine' and they left him alone. And I thought: 'Fine, they're going to shoot me if they ask me anything ? and thank God they didn't," he said.

Chamberlain said he managed to slip away as the patrons were forced to walk up stairs, but he thought much of the group was being held hostage.

Early Thursday, several European lawmakers were among people who barricaded themselves inside the Taj, a century-old seaside hotel complex and one of the city's best-known destinations.

"I was in the main lobby and there was all of a sudden a lot of firing outside," said Sajjad Karim, part of a delegation of European lawmakers visiting Mumbai ahead of a European Union-India summit.

As he turned to get away, "all of a sudden another gunmen appeared in front of us, carrying machine gun-type weapons. And he just started firing at us ... I just turned and ran in the opposite direction," he told The Associated Press over his mobile phone.

Hours later, Karim remained holed up in a hotel restaurant, unsure if it was safe to come out.

The British Foreign Office said it was advising all British citizens in Mumbai to stay indoors.

Britain's foreign secretary, David Miliband, strongly condemned the attacks. "Today's attacks in Mumbai which have claimed many innocent victims remind us, yet again, of the threat we face from violent extremists," Miliband said in a statement.

India has been wracked by bomb attacks the past three years, which police blame on Muslim militants intent on destabilizing this largely Hindu country. Nearly 700 people have died.

Since May a militant group calling itself the Indian Mujahideen has taken credit for a string of blasts that killed more than 130 people. The most recent was in September, when a series of explosions struck a park and crowded shopping areas in the capital, New Delhi, killing 21 people and wounding about 100.

Mumbai has been hit repeatedly by terror attacks since March 1993, when Muslim underworld figures tied to Pakistani militants allegedly carried out a series of bombings on Mumbai's stock exchange, trains, hotels and gas stations. Authorities say those attacks, which killed 257 people and wounded more than 1,100, were carried out to avenge the deaths of hundreds of Muslims in religious riots that had swept India.

Ten years later, in 2003, 52 people were killed in Mumbai bombings blamed on Muslim militants and in July 2007 a series of seven blasts on railway trains and at commuter rail stations killed at least 187.

Relations between Hindus, who make up more than 80 percent of India's 1 billion population, and Muslims, who make up about 14 percent, have sporadically erupted into bouts of sectarian violence since British-ruled India was split into independent India and Pakistan in 1947.

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20081126/ap_ ... a_shooting

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Thanks for the article, John. Well, it appears that the terrorists are wasting no time at all. :sad Barack Hussein Obama has them quite miffed. WOW!! I gather he is more of a threat to them, that GWB? Incredible, how these murderers operate. Yep, targeting Americans and British men and women in India, now. Goodness!!

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This kind of story scares me! America has such tense relationships with so many countries - China being a major one! If a group in India can suddenly release their hatred like that, what's to stop that from happening in China someday too? Sometimes I feel like the whole world's peace is held together by a very thin thread that could snap any time. I guess that's how it should feel as it gets closer to Christ's return though.

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Let's not forget the massive Christian persecution that has taken place in India this year as well.

Regardless of what Bush might have done right, he mishandled a great deal of foreign relations and that's something that's going to carry over for some time unless or until Obama or another president changes things around.

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This kind of story scares me! America has such tense relationships with so many countries - China being a major one! If a group in India can suddenly release their hatred like that' date=' what's to stop that from happening in China someday too? Sometimes I feel like the whole world's peace is held together by a very thin thread that could snap any time. I guess that's how it should feel as it gets closer to Christ's return though.[/quote']


I know Katie. Russia is a huge threat to the USA, then China---and, of course the little terrorist countries. The Rapture is fast approaching. Heaven is so glorious that man cannot even fathom, except what the Bible tells us. OB members might be having that reunion in heaven, rather than on earth. You, your hubby, and babies, will be in heaven will Our wonderful Glorious Saviour, Jesus Christ sooner than we thought---I think. Keep telling the beautiful Chinese people about Jesus Christ. God bless. :smile

I Thessalonians 4:16-18...16 For the Lord himself shall descend from heaven with a shout, with the voice of the archangel, and with the trump of God: and the dead in Christ shall rise first: 17 Then we which are alive and remain shall be caught up together with them in the clouds, to meet the Lord in the air: and so shall we ever be with the Lord. 18 Wherefore comfort (cheer) one another with these words. "The Coming of the Lord" KJV 1611 AV.

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I hope this doesn't mean we are going to find another weak nation that had nothing to do with those attacks and launch an invasion and destablize another region.

Sorry, but every time I hear the term "destablize" applied to what is happening in Iraq, I just have to chuckle. That whole area of the world has been UNstable for thousands of years. How can something that is UNstable become destablized? :lol:

Truth of the matter is, we are stablizing that area. There are still pockets of areas that are not stable, and that will ever be so. But, really, we need to stop just accepting what the MSM says about our reasons for being over there, and the supposed results of it.

An interesting and informative book to read (among many others) would be The Final Move Beyond Iraq: The Final Solution While the World Sleeps by Mike Evans.
http://www.amazon.com/Final-Move-Beyond ... 829&sr=1-2

Evans has been very privy to middle east goings on for many years, and has been confidant to many of the leaders over there. He has done a great job of putting together information that would actually surprise many people - because it is so antithetical to what the MSM spews.

The ignorance behind the reasons we are over there really bothers me at times, too. People just don't understand the importance of this war we are engaged in - on many fronts. There are more hot spots around the world that are more of a danger than we average citizens realize.

I would encourage everyone to do some research before writing off this war in Iraq as a waste of our country's resources...

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