Friday, June 2, 2017

Are Christians In Military Really A 'National Security Threat'?

On this Memorial Day, we honor those who have died serving our country. We thank God for their sacrifice. And we stand in solidarity with all those in the military. We're grateful for their service to our country.
Unfortunately, this is also a perfect time for the mainstream media to spew propaganda against Christian influence in the military. We've gotten used to this by now, because propaganda is vital to the health of today's radical, anti-God, secular revolution.
Hitler wrote in "Mein Kampf," "By clever and persevering use of propaganda even heaven can be presented as hell to the people, and conversely the most wretched life as paradise."
A few decades later, Saul Alinsky wrote in "Rules for Radicals," "If you push a negative hard enough it will eventually push through to become a positive."
This is the power of propaganda.
The problem is, when it's left unchecked, propaganda sets the stage for radicals to "create problems" that don't truly exist in order to target and vilify groups of people so they can advance an agenda.
It's a page right out of Alinsky's book. He wrote: "In the beginning, the organizers' first job is to create the issues or problems. Doing this allows the people to feel so frustrated, so defeated, so lost, so futureless in the prevailing system that they are willing to let go of the past and chance the future."
So last week, when Newsweek ran an article, titled, "Trump effect inspires radical Christians in military," it was as if the writer had just finished reading "Rules for Radicals" – because the entire article was nothing less than a targeted hit piece on Christianity. Check out the first sentence:
"Donald Trump's election has led to such a steep rise in fundamentalist Christian evangelizing and religious bigotry in the U.S. armed forces that the matter is reaching the level of a ‘national security threat,' according to complaints from the Military Religious Freedom Foundation (MRFF)."
Are you kidding? Faithful Christians in the military a "national security threat?" This should be laughable, except for the fact that "clever and persevering use of propaganda," as Hitler put it, will eventually flip things upside-down. READ MORE