Jew scholar blames Christians for the US invasion of Iraq

US is using its own ISIS terrorists as an excuse to reoccupy Iraq to protect Israeli interests as it used Iraqi WMDs lies to invade and occupy Iraq in 2003.

With Iraq no threat, why invade a sovereign country? The answer: President Bush’s policy to secure Israel. Led by Paul Wolfowitz, Richard Pearle and Charles Krauthammer, for years there had been a domino school of thought that the way to guarantee Israel’s security is to spread democracy in the area,” Sen. Ernest Holdings from South Carolina (1966-2004) said in May 2004.

Ironically, two American Jewish scholars, Noam Chomsky and Marianne Williamson have admitted that Israel is not a democracy, and United States fears democratic Muslim nations.

Having said that, I return to the topic of this post. Jacob G. Hornberger (Jewish) is an American academic, Lawyer and founder-president of the Future of Freedom Foundation. On November 14 he posted his views, entitled American Christians erect an Idol on US-UK invasion of Iraq in 2003.

The unconditional praise and thanks that American Christians give to the troops, who serve as the agents by which the national-security state violently imposes its will on others around the world. In offering such praise and thanks, there is never an independent judgment on whether what the troops are doing is good or bad. The American Christian automatically assumes that whatever the troops are doing is good and whoever they’re doing it to is a “bad guy“,” Hornberger.

What if the troops are actually engaged in conduct that violates God’s laws? That question never enters the mind of most American Christians, including Christian ministers. American troops are American men and women. They’re serving our nation. They’re defending our rights and freedoms. They’re our friends and neighbors. They attend church services with us. They’re on our team. Everything the troops do, the American Christian mindset holds, is automatically consistent with God’s laws. After all, don’t forget: The troops are Americans!,” adds Hornberger.

We witnessed this phenomenon especially in Iraq. Here was a war in which the U.S. government was clearly the aggressor nation and Iraq was the defending nation. Yet, many American Christians automatically came to the support of the troops, cheering for them, praising them, exalting them. It didn’t make any difference that the U.S. government was aggressing against people who had never attacked the United States. Once the invasion was underway, American Christians declared that the time for debate and discussion was over. It was our team — our men and women — who needed our support. The Iraqis had no right, American Christians said, to defend their nation against the United States. Those Iraqi citizens who chose to oppose the troops were automatically considered “bad guys” who deserved to die at the hands of the troops,” said Hornberger.

It was not much different with respect to Afghanistan. American Christians unconditionally supported the troops there as well, notwithstanding the fact that most of the people whom the troops were killing had nothing to do with 9/11. In fact, many of the Afghan people who were killed were doing nothing more than resisting the foreign invasion and occupation of their country, something that many people around the world would do in the face of a foreign invasion and occupation of their country,” adds Hornberger.

Many American Christians rationalized their support of the troops in Afghanistan by convincing themselves that the Afghan Taliban government had conspired with al-Qaeda to commit the 9/11 attacks. The truth is that the only reason President Bush sent the troops into war against the Afghan government was because the Afghan government refused to comply with Bush’s unconditional extradition demand for Osama bin Laden. There was no extradition agreement between the United States and Afghanistan,” said Hornberger.

Hornberger is not that far away from the truth. Christians which make majority of America’s 305 million population are responsible for their criminal government for keep electing politicians, who are nothing but Israeli donkeys.


One response to “Jew scholar blames Christians for the US invasion of Iraq

  1. From the Israeli paper, Haaretz:

    The war in Iraq was conceived by 25 neoconservative intellectuals, most of them Jewish, who are pushing President Bush to change the course of history. Two of them, journalists William Kristol and Charles Krauthammer, say it’s possible.

    This is a war of an elite. [Tom] Friedman laughs: I could give you the names of 25 people (all of whom are at this moment within a five-block radius of this office) who, if you had exiled them to a desert island a year and a half ago, the Iraq war would not have happened.

    Yes, Tom F. war, death and destruction is such a hoot, as long as it doesn’t happen to our Jew overlords.

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