CRUSHING BASHAR ASSAD WILL LEAD TO EXTERMINATION OF SYRIAN CHRISTIANS
Faith & Heritage
August 2, 2013
And thank God he has, for President Assad is the best friend of the Christian church in Syria. Ron Paul correctly asserted that Obama’s “deception campaign” looks a lot like Bush’s pre-Iraq war propaganda, and America’s foreign policy will, once again, result in the destruction of native Christian populations.
The events currently transpiring in Syria will be an exact duplicate of the slaughter in Iraq but on a much larger scale, now that we are dealing with an even bloodier war and a larger Christian community.
Sadly, though, despite America’s overwhelming Christian population, many do not properly care about the war in Syria. A new Gallup poll shows that 68% of Americans want the United States to not “use military action” in Syria. The lack of support for intervention is good, but a bigger problem is what American Christians believe about this conflict.
Regardless of what the general American population believes or cares, Christians should very much be concerned about these occurrences in Syria, as the future of Syrian Christianity and the Syrian Church is at stake.
The American media would have you believe that the Syrian population is crying out for American arms shipments to the so-called Free Syrian Army so that Syria can have universal suffrage, on-demand abortion, and access to Lady Gaga music videos with the removal of an evil, anti-democratic leader.
The reality is that the West is, through the disposal of a rational, tempered leader, seeking to install an ardent jihadist regime which intends to exterminate Christianity from one of its ancient heartlands.
The global policy of America and NATO since the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991 has been to “wrap up” the remaining states that are independent of the New World Order’s financial and banking matrix.
During the Cold War, the Soviet Union with her satellites was the bulwark against the global aspirations of the banker-dominated West. Now with the USSR gone, her remaining satellites and allies are left as leaves in the wind to blow according to the new tide or be punished with an America gift of democracy.
Saddam Hussein, Slobodan Milošević, Muammar Gaddafi, and Hosni Mubarak represented the last remnant of independent powers throughout the world.Since then, all that survives are Kim Jong-un, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, and Bashar al-Assad, with anti-NWO Russia and China as the last major power players to offer support.Together, this list of leaders and their respective countries form the last bulwark against the New York/London/Brussels axis.
Since NATO eliminated Hussein and Gaddafi for refusing to comply with the dollar standard, and since Mubarak refused to surrender to the Western-backed Muslim Brotherhood, one of the greatest victims has been the Christian church.
Copts, Assyrians, Eastern Catholics, Orthodox, Nestorians, and even Protestants have all come to suffer to the point of extermination.
However, because of President Assad’s stubborn resistance in Syria, with the backing of Russia, China, and Iran, the New World Order’s plans are being foiled.Regardless of the faux Christian mythology peddled by the mainstream media ~ namely, that Jesus would support dropping white phosphorus all over Damascus for “freedom” ~ Christians must now begin to direct their prayers and support towards a leader who has been beneficial to the Holy Church in a region where Islam runs rampant and wild against all forms of the true faith.
In the book of Ezra, King Cyrus the Great of Persia was used by God to protect persecuted Hebrews, allowing them to return to the Holy Land and rebuild their temple. Assad has acted in a similar manner in allowing Christians to be safe and secure in an Islam-dominated country.
Not bad, given the Church’s 2000-year history of continued persecution. Compared to secular leaders’ treatment of Christians in the West, Assad is far more tolerant and gracious to his Christian subjects than the secular-dominated United States, Canada, and Europe are to their Christian citizens.Though Assad is not the ideal Christian autocrat, he is the best thing Christians have seen in the region since the Byzantine Empire, the Crusader states, or European colonialism.
Secondly, Assad is not a throwback Bedouin. Unlike many of the tribal-like leaders of other Middle Eastern nations, who take pride in clitoridectomies and pedophilia, Assad is a Western-educated intellectual who takes pride in modernizing without being a modernist.
He is without a doubt a Muslim, and he supports much of the Islamic heritage of Syria, but he is moreover a fervent Syrian nationalist and views the Christian communities of Syria as a part of that legacy.The primary focus of Assad’s presidency was and is to create stability in Syria, which is good for Christians. The minute a jihadist would aim his AK-47 at a Christian, Alawite, Jew, or fellow Muslim, Assad’s secret police would have him screaming for an early martyrdom. This system is completely contrary to the agenda of the American-backed jihadists who wish to plunge the nation into chaos and anarchy as a means to produce a new Islamist state that can be micromanaged from the U.S. State Department.
Moreover, Assad has upheld human rights as best as any Middle Eastern leader could. Given that not all cultural values and systems are equal and enjoy the same level of maturity to sustain liberty and rights, some nations are in desperate need of authoritarian regimes to maintain an order and stability that they could not otherwise maintain.