Onward Christian Terrorists
by Edgar J. Steele, November 5, 2003
"There's no earthly way of knowing which direction we are going.
There's no knowing where we're rowing Or which way the river's flowing..."
The Boat Ride Poem, Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, 1971
Last week, before a cheering throng at a Dallas Christian youth Center,
George II claimed that God chose him to lead America. Glad that has
been cleared up. For the longest time, I wondered how he got the job.
George is on a Mission >From God, you know. To kill. Must be an Old
Testament thing, because I don't recall Jesus having exhorted his Disciples
to kill in God's name.
Most internet followers now have heard of very recent US preparations
taking place in Europe - the sort of preparations that precede America's
wading into yet another small, defenseless Arab country in pursuit of
Israeli Middle East hegemony.
It appears that George II's reluctance to undergo another Afghanistan
or Iraq prior to next year's election somehow has been overcome. Seems
he has learned nothing from his plummeting poll numbers. Or, like the
chronic gambler, perhaps he is thinking, "Just one more roll of
the dice...then my number will come up...then I'll be a winner...just
one more roll..."
By the way, am I the only one who remembers that, four years ago, George
II came from nowhere, virtually overnight, to become the Republican
frontrunner - and in possession of a record-breaking war chest? At the
time, I said, "George who?"
Recent revelations concerning computerized vote machine rigging provide
part of the answer. Winning the key electoral state, which just happened
to be governed by his own brother, albeit by judicial edict, yields
more of the solution. George's appointment of the Chosen to virtually
all key government power positions provides still more. George's crusade
(carefully chosen word there) against all things Arab completes the
George is on a Mission From God. The Old Testament God, at that. The
jewish God. Written by jews, the Old Testament is known as the Tanakh
to the Chosen. The Tanakh consists of three parts, one of which is the
Torah, encompassing the first five books of Moses. The Talmud consists
of all jewish religious teachings, including the Tanakh.
Christian fundamentalists (think George II - think John Ashcroft) believe
the Old Testament is the literal word of God, to be followed to the
letter. They believe the Muslim mosque sitting atop Jerusalem's Dome
of the Rock must be destroyed, so that a Biblically-foreseen jewish
temple can be constructed in its place. Never mind that this mosque
is one of the holiest shrines to more than a billion Muslims around
the world. Incredibly, many fundamentalist sects actually have amassed
substantial building funds to assist with raising that jewish temple.
And don't forget Armageddon, which is to be fought nearby - and won
by the jews, with the full support of Christians, of course. Else, no
rapture. No Second Coming, either.
Jerry Falwell clearly enunciates the fundamentalist posture in his book,
The Fundamentalist Phenomenon: "To stand against Israel is to stand
Understanding fundamentalist George II's claim to be on a Mission From
God, not to mention America's unflinching support of Israel, a little
better now? I still say it sounded better coming from Dan Ackroyd in
The Blues Brothers.
That is why American Christian fundamentalists have become so cozy with
Israel, which predictably is the star of Biblical/Talmudic events and
Don't forget, there is the issue about whether modern-day Israel is
the same as the Biblical Israel. Or, whether modern-day jews are descended
from the Biblical tribe of Judah, or merely are some Eastern European
interlopers wearing the name, like the human skin worn by the demented
killer in Silence of the Lambs. But those are distinctions that never
cross the unfurrowed brows of American fundamentalists.
Nor do Christian fundamentalists worry much about the New Testament
requirement that all jews get religion in the old-time sense and accept
Jesus Christ as their personal savior. Or that American jews are bent
upon eradicating Christianity altogether.
Of course, Israel primarily is an atheistic country, so it has no problem
with subverting American religious naiveté to its own political
ends. And subversion is something that the Chosen do so well. In fact,
the official motto of the Mossad, Israel's secret service, is "By
way of Deception, Thou Shalt Do War." Consider the USS Liberty,
for example. 9-11, for another.
That is why American jews, historically the most left-wing element of
society, have recast themselves as Neoconservatives and seized control
of the Republican party.
In the single most interesting aspect of this entire spectacle, while
the Chosen use their fellow travelers in America to strike Christianity
from all public venues, they simultaneously use American Christians
to advance their plans for world domination. Look, nobody could just
make something like this up. I still find this odd couple pairing to
be nothing short of incredible.
My own brother, a card-carrying Southern Baptist, recently told me he
thought the jews could do no wrong and that he wished every Arab in
the world was dead. Maybe I was adopted.
America will become the textbook case study for nationwide Stockholm
Syndrome, whereby the abused becomes bonded to the abuser as a means
to endure pain, privation and violence. Incidentally, the condition
was named in memory of four Swedes who, in 1973, were held hostage for
six days in a bank vault and became attached to their captors.
Very recently, America provided nuclear missiles that Israel can deploy
on its fleet of German-provided submarines. This, in addition to several
hundred homemade nukes already resting in Israel's bunkers. Israel now
clearly possesses the means to make Biblical prophecy seem to come true,
so as to drag America along for the ride and do Israel's dirty work,
enroute to Judaica Uber Alle.
Also from the Willy Wonka Boat Ride poem:
"Not a speck of light is showing, So the danger must be growing.
Are the fires of Hell a glowing? Is the grisly Reaper mowing? Yes! The
danger must be growing So the rowers keep on rowing And they're certainly
not showing Any signs that they are slowing."
Just for fun, you can visit the following link to hear the entire poem
recited by Willy Wonka himself (played by Gene Wilder) in an outtake
from the movie's soundtrack: http://www.retrocrush.com/scary/ww-poem.wav
Where are we going? Hard to say, but I doubt that we are headed toward
our salvation. On the contrary.
New America. An idea whose time has come.
"I didn't say it would be easy. I just said it would be the truth."