Monday, October 28, 2013

[Peninsula-Patriots] Fw: It’s hard to believe

Please read the following, then ask yourself this. Is our military beginning the process of conditioning our men and women in the military to think of Christians and patriots as the enemy? Tell a lie long enough and people will believe it. That has been proven time and again. So when they are conditioned to believe that we are the real enemies of our country how difficult will it be for them to obey orders to eliminate us. I assure you that it will not be difficult at all. High ranking military leaders who oppose the plan of the elitist are already being retired. 

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Sent: Monday, October 28, 2013 1:31 PM
Subject: It's hard to believe

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DeWitt,
Did you know the U.S. military keeps briefing soldiers at bases across the U.S. that "evangelical Christians" and members of the Tea Party are extremists?
Did you know these briefings warn soldiers not to join or donate to these Christian or conservative groups, or they could face punishment?
Did you also know that the military has been consulting with an anti-Christian extremist and bigot to help formulate its own policies regarding religious freedom?
It's hard to believe, but it's true.
The ACLJ is taking action, defending Christians and demanding action to stop this anti-Christian propaganda in the military.
The Commander-in-Chief and his Secretary of Defense are responsible. It's past time for them to send a clear message: Christians are not extremists, and anti-Christian bigotry has no place in our Armed Forces. Join our new petition:
Jay Sekulow
ACLJ Chief Counsel
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