"For thou art an holy people unto the LORD thy God, and the LORD hath chosen thee to be a peculiar people unto himself, above all the nations that are upon the earth." ~ Deuteronomy14:2

Saturday, September 11, 2010

September 11th, Who cares what people are burning today?

Orthodox Jews burned New Testaments... the media was silent. Muslims burn flags, crosses, destroy temple, churches and the media blinks. The pastor of a 50 person congregation in Gainsville decides to burn Korans... and this significant day is overshadowed by rabid reports of intolerance, bigotry, and hate mongering. Just two days before this September 11th, the media asks aloud, "Gee, do you think we blew this thing out of proportion?" Yes, yes, a thousand times yes. What occurred at the World Trade towers, was cold blooded murder... from out of the ashes, a story of desperation, heroism, and heartbreak for innocents emerged.
Never forget. Never forget that the pseudo religion of Islam... a transnational political movement that defies national sovereignty did this. Never let them take charge of the discourse. On Judeo-Christian principles, our nation was founded... hold fast to the roots this nation was blessed with and protect national identity and our Republic.
Karl Marx, was absolutely right when he said, "Take away a people's roots and they can easily be moved." I urge you to rally behind our nations founding principles today, to undermine media bias and hypocrisy wherever you find it. We are under attack and the founding principles our nation was based upon must not be compromised, or we lose our national identity and become ripe for the overtaking of the discourse and the erosion of our great nation.
Almighty God, September 11th 2001 will be indelibly inscribed in our memories. We looked with horror on the terrorist attacks but we looked with honor on acts of courage by ordinary people who sacrificed themselves to prevent further death and destruction. We shed our tears in a common bond of grief for those we loved and lost. We journeyed through a dark valley, but your light has led us to a place of hope. You have turned our grief into determination. We are resolved to do what is good, and right, and just. Help us to remember what it means to be Americans — a people endowed with abundant blessings. Help us to cherish the freedoms we enjoy and inspire us to stand with courage, united as one Nation in the midst of any adversity. Lord, hear this prayer for our Nation. Amen.

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