by Al Benson Jr.
Member, Board of Directors, Confederate Society of America
Looking at what is and has been going on in the Middle East for a long time, you have to wonder if getting rid of Christianity there is a main part of the agenda, both over there and in this country.
In Iraq, Saddam Hussein was no Sunday school teacher. He was a brutal dictator, who had been placed in power by the United States. They used to say of him, “Hussein was a thug, but he was our thug.” One thing you had to say about him, though, was that for all his faults, and they were numerous, he left the Christians in Iraq alone. They were not persecuted under his regime. You cannot say the same for his Muslim successors.
Now we have this mess going on in Syria and Assad is supposed to be the reincarnation of Hitler, Attilla the Hun and the Mongol hoards all rolled into one. We have certain people that are screaming for “regime change” in Syria. Quite frankly, these chemical attacks that have gone on there look like classic false flag events. The same pattern seems to emerge in all …
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