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March 23, 2006

Unappreciative Christian Peacemakers Insult their Rescuers! (Updated)

Topics: Dhimmitude

[Update in extended post]

U.S. and British troops freed three Christian peace activists in rural Iraq without firing a shot, ending a four-month hostage drama in which an American among the group was shot to death and dumped on a Baghdad street.

And as for the Christian peace makers and their families, their hearts are all "filled with joy" on this "joyful day", as they "rejoice" in "gladness" and give thanks "for the compassionate God who granted their friends courage and who sustained their spirits over the past months". Then of course, they blamed it all on "the illegal occupation of Iraq by Multinational Forces" and said that it is the "root cause of the insecurity which led to this kidnapping and so much pain and suffering in Iraq".

But not one damned word of thanks to the Coalition forces that risked their lives to save the idiots who purposefully put their own naive arses on the line to essentially give aid and comfort, and provide propaganda, for the Islamist fascists that are murdering innocent Iraqis and blowing up our men and women.

These people would be a joke, were they not so dangerous! Somehow the Left always sides against America. Remember when the Daily Kos suggested that the kidnapping of these leftists was part of a "Strategic Psychological Operation" to portray the "enemy" as barbarians who defile the Koran and slaughter pious Christians or that the kidnappers might be hired by the Iraqi police?

Cal Thomas has these people pegged to a "T", when he said:

Strange thing about these peace movements: they rarely mobilize to oppose the killing, torture and imprisonment practiced by dictators. It is only when their own country attempts to end the oppression that the activists become active against America, not the initiators of evil. Peace, like happiness, is a byproduct, not a goal that can be unilaterally attained. Peace happens when evil is vanquished.

The theology of Christian Peacemaker Teams is as wrong as its politics. The statement about Fox's death claimed that Fox had a "firm opposition to all oppression and the recognition of God in everyone." Perhaps if Christian Peacemaker Teams had gone to Iraq during Saddam Hussein's murderous regime, or to China while Mao Zedong was slaughtering millions, or to Moscow while Josef Stalin practiced genocide on his people, or to any number of other capitals of carnage, they might be taken more seriously, though under those regimes they might have disappeared much quicker. Was God "in" these mass murderers, or was it Lucifer?
I'm biting my tongue and sitting on my fingers to keep from saying that we should have left the moonbats to their own design.

Update: Egyptian Sandmonkey writes: "Sure, attack those who just saved your people, but no, don't judge the killers or the kidnappers. That would be wrong." He then advises readers that The Big Pharaoh apparently is now a member of the Christian Peacemaker people, and they let him write their press release for them.

The 3 CPT members were held by patriotic Iraqis whom we sympathize with. These poor souls were so distressed by the occupation of their country and they had no other way to voice their opinion except by kidnapping hostages and chopping their heads off. They have done so in the most humane way.

"They killed Tom Fox because they wanted to tell the world that they wanted hospitals, schools, and Starbucks in the Sunni areas. We fully understand what motivated them to do so" said CPT head Dough Pritchard. "Nobody asked the occupation forces to free our members".

Be sure to go read it all... (BTW - remember, it's s a t i r e).

Outside The Beltway linked with "Christian Peacemakers Ungrateful, Blame Rescuers":

Related:
Reaping What They Sow

Hat tip to Drudge for pointing out the dichotomy.

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Posted by Richard at March 23, 2006 9:21 AM



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