Sunday, February 4, 2007

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What's Up?

As I have gotten older, I don’t know if I have gotten smarter, more intuitive, more insightful, more alert, more aware, or just paranoid. The more I look at what is going on in our country and around the world, the more fearful I become. I look at and listen to our politicians and am amazed at their lack of understanding and realization of what is going on around them. I find it hard to believe that with their supposed knowledge and education that they are unable to understand. I lean more and more these days to the opinion that they are somehow controlled. By what, or whom, I do not know for sure, but I have a good idea. Remember though; you are not paranoid if they really are after you.

Aside from the above, I really do believe that there are two immediate enemies of which we should be aware. Radical Islam attacks from without while anti traditional American groups such as the ACLU attack from within. I consider this to be external as well as internal terrorism. I can remember how upset my grandfather used to get over what America was doing wrong in the 50’s and early 60’s. I thank God he can’t see what has happened to the country he loved. I am extremely upset at what I think my grandchildren and grandchildren are going to have to face in the future.

There are three books that I have recently read that I can recommend wholeheartedly as follow up if you wish. They are, “The Islamic Invasion” by Robert Morey, “Jerusalem Countdown” by John Hagie, and “Indefensible” by Sam Kastensmidt. “The Marketing of Evil” by David Kupelian is another good book but is more difficult reading.

This is not meant as hate speech but rather hope speech and also a warning as to what we in the United States are up against. Those who would accuse me of in any way spreading hate, have no idea who I am. I am instructed in the bible not to hate but rather to love my neighbor. I do however hate evil; I think that is all right as the bible says that God hates evil. The main problem with being a Christian warrior is the instruction to turn the other cheek. Those who are against us depend in large part on using our Christian principals against us.

Rick Rahn


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