Monday, November 12, 2007

Military cannibalizing U.S.A. using Christianism?

Christianists with nukes scare me. Thus, I take seriously stories of Christianist indoctrination at the Air Force Academy.

Here's a recent diary at Daily Kos on the problem:

This comment to the diary, with emphasis added by me, seems like a good assessment of our situation:

This is a really good diary (3+ / 0-)

You do a terrific job of detailing the different threads: the chaplains, the officers, the Bible studies, the alumni, the Pentagon. hyhistory [sic], the military has always been able to make use of Christianity as a cover for tyranny, exploitation, violence and the worst forms of cruelty. It shouldn't be any surprise that men who commit and sanction those acts seek to wrap themselves in the cloak of purity and decency.

Just like religion in politics, it's a screen for something else, something much worse.

These problems were all foreseen back in the seventies when the military was considering going all volunteer. Objective commentators foresaw that a separate "military caste" to grow up in our society and seek to take political power into its ranks.

Christianity =- as they call it == is a means to an end. I am convinced that this, as well as the politicization of Christianity in civilian life, is being orchestrated from within the Pentagon itself.

The military society has now taken on a life of its own, and its raison d'etre is to cannibalize what was the United States of America.

The destruction of the middle class, the right wing media consolidation, and the rise of the global corporation are all part of the plan.

by november3rd on Mon Nov 12, 2007 at 06:12:24 PM PST

This comment ties together two thoughts of mine about the ideologies of the perpetrators of 9/11.

First, Christianism:

Second, the globalist vision expressed by Pentagon guru Thomas Barnett:

Considering means, motive, and opportunity, it's far more likely the perpetrators of 9/11 follow these ideologies than that they are Islamists.

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