THE REAL NEWS – Christianity of the Inquisition in the US Army

Published On: May 14, 2013|Categories: News, Video|2 Comments|

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  1. Gordon Ross May 20, 2013 at 2:15 am

    Thank you for sharing this video! I enjoyed seeing Col. Wilkerson make his points supporting the work of the MRFF so clearly and effectively.

  2. Perry Levin July 9, 2013 at 12:11 pm

    I noticed an article on the UPI website by James Zumwalt ( entitled “Outside View Muslim chutzpah.” The following is a comment I posted:
    I would not trust the opinions of James Zumwalt. Within the US military is a group of Christians that want to make our military into modern-day crusaders whose mission is to force all members of the military, regardless of their religious affiliation or non-affiliation, to convert to Christianity. Even Christians are subjected to harassment to force their alignment with this radical theology. As a retired military member, Zumwalt actively supports this radical and destructive group. In this article he conveniently forgets to mention how this group pushes for more military involvement to fight against Muslim interests around the world, including increased involvement in Iraq and Afghanistan and initiating military action against Iran. Zumwalt also fails to mention that Christianity can be seen as guilty as Islam through incidents such as the Crusades and Spanish Inquisition.
    Although I have mentioned instances of Christian aggression it should be noted that I am not trying to paint ALL Christians as perpetrators of these evils, just as Zumwalt should not try to portray ALL Muslims as violent perpetrators. Any group, religious, political or otherwise, will have members that hold radical and sometimes violent views. But these views should be marginalized as much as possible. Violence should not be seen as a way to solve problems because after the violence has subsided, the original problem still persists.

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