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Good thing they caught him

Johnny Jihad was running a compound where he was training children to commit school shootings:

Authorities found 11 children and four adults living in “filthy” conditions at the compound Saturday in Amalia, New Mexico. Prosecutors also alleged in court documents that Wahhaj, 39, was teaching the children to commit school shootings. The documents claim Wahhaj was conducting weapons training with assault rifles at the compound with the children.

5 Responses to “Good thing they caught him”

  1. Lyle Says:

    Islam is the Religion of Peace. Peace, that is, of course, once everyone else has been converted or killed.

    There is a theory that Islam was created by Rome (now represented by the papacy and the Jesuits, and others) to help with the increasingly difficult task of exterminating Christians, thus creating another front in that war, so to speak.

    I do not find it an altogether implausible theory. Christianity, unlike all other religions, poses a direct, existential threat to the authoritarian system which has always ruled the world. Thatís why they killed Jesus and itís why any Christian must be either diverted from his faith or put down.

    Rome thought they were being very clever by adopting paganism into Christianity around the time of Constantine (ďPaganism isnít deadĒ they said afterward, ďitís been baptized!Ē), replacing Isis with Mary, and the various gods-of-this-and-that with the saints, etc., but some wouldnít have it. Some still held to the Word. They were killed by the thousands, and still Christianity held on in small enclaves, and it continued to spread.

    So? What is to be done about these heretic upstarts who place Godís law, the “Perfect law of liberty”, above Manís law? Make it out so as “godís law” is more in compliance with Manís (authoritarian) law, naturally, then you can have your cake and eat it too. You can rule the world with an iron fist without all that Peace, love and liberty bullshit gumming up the works by exposing the game.

    The evidence would appear to support the theory. Of course, being unable to disprove a theory does not prove the theory. Far from it. More study is required.

  2. Fred Says:

    Lyle, the part about Constantine nationalizing the church. You points are well documented but buried by the US church…I (don’t) wonder why?

    Specifically the Jews and the Romans killed a million new believers in the early days. That was a lot of people in that part of the world at that time.

    And I agree that the state cannot well tolerate free men in Christ running around. When a man has Christ, he no longer needs the state and that makes him dangerous.

    Yours is the first I’ve heard of a conspiracy by Europeans that created islam.

  3. Ellen Says:

    States don’t like free men. Or women. The details are not nearly as important as the freedom.

  4. Lyle Says:

    A conspiracy by Rome, which included North Africa, Europe, the Middle East, and into Asia Minor, and other powers of that time and region. Today Rome is embodied in the Vatican, and their “Pontifex Maximus” (he still uses the title of the ancient emperors) is the pope, who claims authority over all the rulers of the world (what American president hasn’t conferred with the pope?), and over the scriptures, and over “the very precepts of Christ”.

    They banned the Bible, but that didn’t work out they just reinterpret it, ignore it, and all the other things that leftists do.

    Christianity has been all but totally exterminated in that region where it originated. Islam has taken up where the Constantinians, and later the Vatican of the Middle Ages, couldn’t go. It continues to this day.

    It’s the antithesis to the papal (Roman) thesis, with the synthesis of total destruction of Christianity, leading to global tyranny, as the goal. We’re not supposed to talk about the “New World Order” of course, because that’s “conspiratorial” and we now believe that “conspiracy” means “that which isn’t happening, and is crazy, so shut up”.

    I believe you will some reference to these things here;

    That is but a tiny slice of the “Total Onslaught” series, and within it there are hundreds of references. It’s a lot to unpack, but then it is relating “the other side” of the entire history of the world of Man.

    Incidentally, the word “catholic” in its Greek and Roman usages, means “universal”. Thus “Roman Catholic Church” means, literally, “Universal Roman Church”, so the Vatican’s claim of authority over the entire world, and the fascistic nature and structure that authority is to take (and has taken already, even here), and the blending of political and military power with religious authority including the idea of a “Holy Roman Emperor” as your gateway to god (or “Bab El”) replacing Christ, are right there in the name.

  5. blounttruth Says:

    While this was a good bust, one has to wonder why the American government allows the now 22 confirmed jihad camps to flourish in the United States:

    The number one state for jihad training is Tennessee, and the government is allowing them to do so.

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