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FRONT PAGE  |  2/27/2017
FRIDAY, APR 13, 2012  |  13 comments
Christian Massacres: A Result of U.S. Foreign Policy?

Asia Bibi is a mother of five children and a devout Christian. She is also on death row — for “blasphemy.” And incredibly, she lives under a government that receives billions of U.S. taxpayer dollars every year: Pakistan, one of the top recipients of American foreign aid. Over the last 10 years, the Pakistani regime has raked in well over $20 billion from U.S. taxpayers.

Meanwhile, the government has been brutally persecuting and oppressing the sizeable Christian minority. Indeed, the Pakistani regime consistently ranks as among the worst in the world in terms of persecution. And according to senior U.S. officials, Pakistan’s “intelligence” services have even been collaborating with terrorist groups to attack American targets. ...


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News Item4/15/12 2:54 PM
jpw  Find all comments by jpw
Mike of New York---if we are left with philanthrophy being the reason.....

perhaps a look, simply by doing a google search of "depleted uranium" may give a different perspective if the death toll and the persecution and fleeing of Christians wasn't enough to challenge the concept.

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News Item4/15/12 9:26 AM
R. K. Borill | Baton Rouge, Louisiana  Protected NameFind all comments by R. K. Borill
Where are they getting the money to aid these Muslims? I thought American taxpayer money was going to pay on mounting Chinese debt. Please don't tell me we a borrowing from the Chinese to buy peace with our enemies.
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News Item4/14/12 7:52 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
forin polisee wrote:
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"Under the banner of this domestic unity and international legitimacy – and only after the Taliban refused to turn over Osama bin Laden – we sent our troops into Afghanistan. Within a matter of months, al Qaeda was scattered and many of its operatives were killed. The Taliban was driven from power and pushed back on its heels. A place that had known decades of fear now had reason to hope." (Barack Obama)
Now you do believe him, don't you?
Hope, in Afghanistan? No. Bin Laden is dead. We're still there. But maybe that's the hope from the hope and change we heard about.

Jim Lincoln wrote:
Unfortunately, though bumbling Bush was able to have greater initial success in Afghanistan--through no fault of Dick Cheney or Donald Rumsfeld (I thought those fellows really had more sense than that? Apparently also they were better at protecting oil interests than anything else.
Predictable Bush distraction effort, with the usual reality disconnect.
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News Item4/14/12 6:06 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Unfortunately, though bumbling Bush was able to have greater initial success in Afghanistan--through no fault of Dick Cheney or Donald Rumsfeld (I thought those fellows really had more sense than that? Apparently also they were better at protecting oil interests than anything else. ) the idiotlogue did not either improve the infrastructure, e.g., by putting in a few highways between the main cities of Afghanistan, or protecting women's rights--of course it was too much to expect that religious rights would be protected. So, the Afghanis would have something to hold onto and have a reason to reject the seventh century version of Islam. We --might--had more success in Afghanistan but, yes, one always has to realize the Inadequacy of Islam.
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News Item4/14/12 2:22 PM
forin polisee  Find all comments by forin polisee
Mike wrote:
want to find cause to be in Afghanistan you will indeed be hard pressed
But Mike your illustrious leader has already explained that quote,
"Just days after 9/11, Congress authorized the use of force against al Qaeda and those who harbored them – an authorization that continues to this day. The vote in the Senate was 98 to 0. The vote in the House was 420 to 1. For the first time in its history, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization invoked Article 5 – the commitment that says an attack on one member nation is an attack on all. And the United Nations Security Council endorsed the use of all necessary steps to respond to the 9/11 attacks. America, our allies and the world were acting as one to destroy al Qaeda’s terrorist network, and to protect our common security.

Under the banner of this domestic unity and international legitimacy – and only after the Taliban refused to turn over Osama bin Laden – we sent our troops into Afghanistan. Within a matter of months, al Qaeda was scattered and many of its operatives were killed. The Taliban was driven from power and pushed back on its heels. A place that had known decades of fear now had reason to hope." (Barack Obama)

Now you do believe him, don't you?

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News Item4/14/12 1:40 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
jpw wrote:
so what was it all about Mike of New York?
Since the cost of the war was more than the oil is worth, and we get little oil from Iraq, oil can hardly be the issue. But if Hussein's mass murders of Iraqis were not sufficient reason,(while granted the US is inconsistent on whom it will defend, Christians being of the least consideration) I leave it to others to find reasons acceptable to them.

Now if you want to find cause to be in Afghanistan, you will indeed be hard pressed to find one of any consequence, moral or economic.

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News Item4/14/12 1:16 PM
jpw  Find all comments by jpw
so what was it all about Mike of New York?
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News Item4/14/12 8:01 AM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Jim Lincoln wrote:
Unfortunately, President Bush Jr., when a long ways and destroying various religious communities in Iraq, ---
And here I was thinking it was all about that Iraqi oil Bush so desperately needed.
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News Item4/13/12 2:17 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Unfortunately, President Bush Jr., when a long ways and destroying various religious communities in Iraq, Iraq's war on Christians. Of course, there has been an ongoing Islam's Global War against Christianity almost from the founding of Muhammadanism.
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News Item4/13/12 12:07 PM
Patch  Find all comments by Patch
Church and state should be separate!

Except when trying to apportion blame.

Then church and foreign policy are forced into the same corner.

Now Foreign policy by conspiracy theory is a different game altogether.

Question; Is US foreign policy responsible for conspiracy theories?

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News Item4/13/12 11:50 AM
jpw  Find all comments by jpw
http://thenewamerican.com/world-mainmenu-26/africa-mainmenu-27/8795-al-qaeda-and-natos-islamic-extremists-taking-over-libya

This was another New American article.

Its a partnership in every sense of the word. Who says that atheists and globalists will defend and love Christ more than Iz?

Funny thing is that the news has reflected this day after day. It is written plainly.

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News Item4/13/12 10:05 AM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
No.

Christian massacres are a result of Islamic hatred of Christianity. But we certainly should not be funding evil Islamic regimes. Any party that does so is corrupt.

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News Item4/13/12 9:36 AM
jpw  Find all comments by jpw
yes.

and this isn't new. so to blame one party is just another way of avoiding this reality.

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