The ‘american taliban’ To Celebrate

(noon – promoted by Nightprowlkitty)

This little get together, and venue it’s taking place at, fits well into a new book that’s been recently released, but doesn’t as to the Military it’s Oaths and Constitution of this here United States.

{Note: by the way if you haven’t yet purchased and do so at link it would help this old vet who’s exhausted his unemployment and living off savings and might have to do what he never planned, retire, and at the ripe young age of 62 which doesn’t come about till december.}

The ‘christian?’ military crusaders we now have?, and apparently some really want!, american taliban at work!!

Christian rally at Fort Bragg to continue as planned

Sep 24, 2010 – A Christian rally open to the public will go ahead at Fort Bragg today, leaders at the post say, despite objections from national groups who say it’s a violation of the separation between church and state.

In a letter this week responding to concerns expressed by the Freedom From Religion Foundation, Lt. Gen. Frank Helmick wrote that he’s confident the planned “Rock the Fort” event doesn’t infringe on anyone’s freedoms.

“I have taken steps to ensure that no soldier in my command is pressured in any way to attend this event,” wrote Helmick, commander of the 18th Airborne Corps and Fort Bragg.

And what does a 21st century ‘christian?’ spokesperson have to say:

“It’s kind of weird to me that anyone’s upset about this,” said Lou Nelon, church administrator at Village Baptist Church. “We’re so involved with the military anyway, this doesn’t seem out of the ordinary to us at all.” {read rest}

Hello fundamentalist, and you officers of Bragg, of other religions that do same in using a religious faith to create even more hatreds by touting intolerance and in this country by blatantly going against the constitution the military is supposed to defend!

Haven’t seen any reports of any more little get togethers, on military bases, as to Jewish or Muslim rallies coming up, nor for that matter any other practicing religion in our borders, just these ‘christians?’, stay tuned but don’t expect announcements of!

“We all agree with the Taliban.”-Rush Limbaugh, October 9, 2009


    • jimstaro on September 25, 2010 at 13:15

    So do the Muslims and Jews as well as the Catholics and the many other Religious beliefs “Are involved with the Military as well, hell they serve in it!!”

    • jimstaro on September 25, 2010 at 17:53

    Wait a minute let me look, oh my god it’s teabags bursting all over the place, what a freakin mess, gopher heads are turning red like their leaders rush, the beck, boehner and the hockey puck can’t see Russia from her deck no more with all that screeching, whining and tears, as steam starts noisily wheezing out their ears from the mass once known as brain matter dissolves completely, 21st century christians? are seeking out their latest symbol to fall to their knees in front of and pray to be taken by the coming rapture. What could be bringing all this on?

    Army Guard Gets Its First Muslim Chaplain

    Army 1st Lt. Rafael Lantigua, right, of the Texas National Guard shakes hands with Air Force Gen. Craig R. McKinley, chief of the National Guard Bureau, during a Ramadan dinner in Washington, D.C. Lantigua will become the Guard’s first Muslim chaplain in December 2010. U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Darron Salzer

    Sept. 24, 2010 – A Texas National Guard officer will become the Army National Guard’s first Muslim chaplain in December.

    Army 1st Lt. Rafael Lantigua, an ecclesiastically endorsed, fully ordained minister, will assume his post after finishing classes required by the Armed Services Chaplain Board.

    “I am humbled for this opportunity to be a role model for other members of my faith throughout the military,” he said.

    As he was growing up, Lantigua was not a Muslim. He decided to convert when he was a teenager, he said, and he attributed that decision to the diversity of his background. His Baptist mother is an African-American, and his Roman Catholic father is from the Dominican Republic. After his parents divorced, he said, his mother married a Buddhist.

    “Growing up in such diversity caused me to explore my options,” Lantigua said.

    That diversity, he said, enabled him to embrace the Muslim faith before he enlisted in the Air Force. He has continued to be open about his religious beliefs, he added, in the hope that he can break down the stigma surrounding Muslims since Sept. 11, 2001. {read rest}

    • pfiore8 on September 26, 2010 at 18:20

    is the book site yours? quite nice.  

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