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    The demise of Pax Americana

    Global leadership is based on two things — power and credibility. The United States remains the most powerful actor in the world. But last week, American credibility was shattered. The developments in the six-party nuclear talks with Iran in Geneva last week signaled the end of American world leadership. It's important that we not forget that Henry Kissinger, former Secretary of State in the administration of US President Richard Nixon, said openly upon the election of Barack Obama as the US president in 2008 that Obama had been groomed to be the ARCHITECT to lead us into a "New World Order". That being true and knowing that God sets up rulers and God takes them down, it's easy to understand the reason for the current political and economic condition of the United States of America. President Obama has pledged to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that America has Israel's "back." Who knew he had a knife?


    Caroline B. Glick: The demise of Pax Americana



    ~ God's Foreign Policy concerning Israel..."I Will Bless Those Who Bless Thee And Curse Those Who Curse Thee". ~
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by Ringo View Post
    ...knowing that God sets up rulers...
    This and a couple of other gun forums are replete with very fervent (and many very "loud") Christians who believe that everything is part of God's plan, including who becomes President. Many if not all of them are virulently anti-Obama, accusing him of being essentially the anti-Christ in everything in he does. Of course, as God is omniscient, he would have known exactly what Obama would do in the future at the very time he picked him to be President. So it seems to me that all these anti-Obama Christians are really not only questioning God's supposedly inerrant judgment, but complaining about it! That doesn't seem to speak very well about the sincerity of one's faith, it seems to me. And if sincerity about one of the very core principles of Christianity is suspect, what's the point in claiming to be devout?

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