One Angry Christian
People keep saying that I'm harsh for calling liberals traitors, especially the liberals (and liberal groups) like Michael Moore, Cindy Sheehan, Al Sharpton, The Aclu, Moveon.org, loose change, and on and on the list goes, but frankly I think if we don't see the prosecution of these traitors soon we're in serious trouble.
Today I found my smoking gun that proves undeniably that what these people are doing is not "dissent". It's sedition and/or treason. Their words, actions, beliefs, and movements are being used by our enemy publicly (again), but this time it's all summed up in a nice package so that even the moderates can understand it.
The U.S. military said earlier this week that recent intelligence indicated al Qaeda in Iraq was refining its strategy by producing propaganda and adding a political base to its violent campaign of suicide bombings.The Jihadi movement has taken on the mindset of the "truther" movement, and decidedly has moved to use it to their advantage. The truthers are nothing short of a weapon that has been turned against the American people by causing a divide in our nation that has paralyzed our ability to defend ourselves against those who would murder us in the name of Allah.
Lifting scenes from Michael Moore's anti-war film "Fahrenheit 9/11," Rashedeen's narrator taunts President Bush in softly spoken English over graphic images of Humvees being blown up by roadside bombs, and purportedly dead U.S. troops.
It was not possible to verify when the documentary was made or the authenticity of any of the images portrayed by Rashedeen, whose name means Army of the Rightly Guided.
At one point, the documentary cuts to a scene from Moore's 2004 award-winning film where he lobbies on the steps of the U.S. Congress in Washington.
"After all, there are honest and influential guys in America and if Mr Moore can talk to you like that, so can I," the Rashedeen narrator says.Read More
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Regardless of your political alignment if you are a fair minded person you can not deny that the words, philosophies, political assumptions, and production work of these people and/or groups has been aimed at defeating the United States Military in it's efforts to defend us from terrorists.
Accusation is the paralyzing weapon of our enemy and they are counting on (rightfully so) the suspicion of the American people to undo their own defenses. How sad is it to live in a country tha tears down it's own freedom? Sad. Very sad indeed.
-One Angry Christian