Pope Benedict Archbishop of Canterbury canceled cross of George Bush

The first Crusade was a thousand years ago when Pope Urban II marched his Christian Army across Europe slaughtering every Jew in his way to reclaim the Holy Land from Islam until the Christian soldiers stood knee deep in Muslim blood in Jerusalem. In 2003 President George Bush publicly declared another Christian Crusade. President George Bush subsequently conquered Muslim Afghanistan, Muslim Iraq and is now preparing to nuclear conquer Muslim Iran. Fortunately, two days ago on Sunday October 21, 2007 Pope Benedict XVI and the Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr. Rowan Williams, the head of the Church of England and the World Wide Anglican Church officially cancelled George Bush's Christian Crusade, which is good since the last Crusades lasted for 200 years.
This past Sunday October 21, 2007 the world's religious leaders convened in Naples to bring everlasting peace to earth. Pope Benedict XVI hugged the Archbishop of Canterbury and then they sat down for lunch with the Chief Rabbi of Jerusalem Yona Metzger and the Iranian Ayatollah Sayed Mohammed Mousavi Bojnourdi. Prior to lunch, Pope Benedict XVI gave the most historic Christian speech since Jesus Christ's Sermon on the Mount.
Like Barack Obama, Pope John Paul II was a vigorous opponent of the invasion of Iraq in 2003 by the United States. So too was Pope Benedict XVI, who at the time was German Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger. In early 2003 Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger wrote, "It seems clear that the negative consequences of invading Iraq will be greater than anything positive that might be obtained." Last week the Oxford Research Group, the most brilliant minds on earth today said that George Bush's war on terror had made the west less safe, and fuelled Muslim extremism tremendously, and that war with Iran would be a disaster for the west and must be avoided at all costs." One billion Muslims including the nuclear armed ones in Pakistan know that they are being massacred by the American Christian Crusader George Bush, and are screaming, "Death to the Crusaders", "Death to America". The Muslims in Iran have now formed a strategic military alliance with Russia and China, who combined to defeat the United States in Vietnam, in order to defend themselves from the Crusader in Chief.
Prior to lunch this past Sunday in Naples, Pope Benedict addressed 200 of the world wide Christian, Muslim, Jewish, Zoroastrian and Buddhist religious leaders and said, "In a world wounded by conflicts, where violence is justified in God's name, it's important to repeat that religion can never become a vehicle of hatred. Religion can never be used in God's name to justify violence. On the contrary religions can and must offer precious resources to build a peaceful humanity because they speak about peace in the heart of man." In simple terms Pope Benedict XVI cancelled Christian Crusades for Christ permanently.
Two weeks ago 138 Muslim scholars, religious and political leaders sent a letter to Christian leaders world wide called "A common word between you and us, love.", http://www.acommonword.com The 138 Shiite, Sunni and Sufi Muslim scholars, religious and political leaders from every country on earth sent this letter, an olive branch of peace from 99.9 % of Islam to the Christian world, asking for Islam and Christianity to unite under God of Mount Sinai aka God the Father, Jesus Christ, (the prophet and Messiah of Islam), the Holy Spirit, Allah, Elohim, and Yehovah, and their common belief in "Love your neigbour as you love yourself" from the Hebrew Old Testament.
The Muslim scholars' 29 page letter was enthusiastically received by the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Head of the Church of England and the World Wide Anglican Church, Dr. Rowan Williams, who said, "Love of God and Love of neighbor are scriptural foundations for Jews, Christians and Muslims and are the basis for justice and peace in the world. The call to respect, peace and goodwill should now be taken up by Christians and Muslims at all levels and in all countries and I shall endeavour in this country and internationally to do my part in working for the righteousness which this letter procalims as our common goal."
The United States claims to have separated Church and State. Where does it come to an American President to declare a Crusade on behalf of Christianity? George Bush claims to be a Methodist. John Wesley invented the Methodist religion a couple of centuries ago, in the 1740's. John Wesley himself said that he always remained within the Church of England and insisted that his movement was well within the bounds of the Anglican Church. If George Bush is invoking the name of Jesus Christ and the Anglican Church to Crusade against Islam, then he has now put himself under the jurisdiction of Dr. Rowan Williams, who has now officially called for peace with Islam.
If George Bush is saying that he is fighting Islam on behalf of Jesus Christ, then which Jesus Christ is George Bush speaking about? Jesus Christ Himself said in the Sermon on the Mount, "Turn the other cheek, do not strike back even in self defense, love God, love yourself, love your enemies, blessed are the peacemakers, and love your neighbour." The American colony of Iraq is the next door neighbor of Iran.
George Bush is leading the world into the Apocalypse because he read in the book of Revelations that during the Apocalypse, Jesus Christ will descend from Heaven on his flying horse and defeat the snake, goat, lion Beast, Devil. What all Bible Scholars on earth know today is that the New Testament was written in Greek by Greek authors and that the Prince Jesus flying horse story is a dead on plagiarism by John Patmos of the Greek Myth of Prince Bellerophon on his flying horse Pegasus defeating the snake, goat, lion Chimera. Therefore President Bush is not following Peter, the Apostle who Jesus Christ built his Church upon, aka Pope Benedict XVI, or the Anglican Church, or John Wesley, or Jesus Christ. In fact, George Bush is following the Greek and Roman God of War, Ares, aka Mars. The men in the White House are from Mars.
Nostradamus' first two anti Christs Napoleon and Hitler lost their armies in Russia. Nostradamus code named his third anti Christ maBUS. Ares aka Mars, the Greek God of War was the mythical son of Apollo and Medussa. Ares was the Olympian God of savage war, bloodlust and slaughter. Ares was born among the barbarous and warlike Thracians, to whom he withdrew after he was caught on the couch with Aphrodite. Apollo had a quadriga, a chariot which was pulled by four horses, which he drove across the heavens, delivering daylight and dispensing the night. George Bush will now deliver us nuclear winter, in which the sun of the tiny ball earth will be blotted out from the sky for one year by the world wide radioactive black purple cloud.
Ares and Aphrodite conceived Deimos and Phobos, the spirits of terror and fear. Ares' sister was Eris, the Goddess of bloodshed and violence. Alala was the attendant of Ares, and the female personification of the Greek Empire's soldiers war and battle cry, "Alale Alala". Alala was the daughter of Polemos, the demon of war. The American people will now be sacrificed to Alala, of whom the Greek poet Pindar wrote in 500 BC, "Hearken! O Alala, daughter of Polemos! Prelude of Spears! To whom soldiers are sacrificed for their city's sake in the holy sacrifice of Death!" Lovefoxxx aka Luisa Hana Matsushita, the 23 year old Japanese German lead singer of the Brazilian band, Cansei de Ser Sexy, will be performing their hit song "Alala", here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2cnOvMFnRvs at Oxford University on Dec. 11, 2007. In case the Ides of March come before that, you can watch the Bush twin clones dancing to "Alala" here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=64NveVkf4lk

The elephant roared and brought Forth a Turd: a case against the democratization of Middle East

The original vulgarity was bylined: ...The Constipation of America's Mid-East Peace Policy!
It is with some trepidation that I embark upon this discourse; for one, out of respect for elephants, but more so because within the American framework of democracy I have so greatly benefited. Thus, to liken the extension of America's efforts to democratize the civil administrations of Moslem states--even with the caveat "considering cultural sensitivities"--to the intestinal hardships of our beloved pacaderm is in itself cause for internal consternation, reflection, and a longing for interior relief.
The current administration's mascot bears some responsibility for the chosen political metaphor; however, it must be duly noted, that this article could just as well be entitled: Asinus asinorum in saecula saeculorum! (Latin for: "The Jackass of Jackasses in the Centuries of Centuries", or "The Greatest Jackass in Eternity"--this, and other Latin expressions in honor of Pax Americana will be duly sprinkled throughout this missive)--giving equal honors to both dominate American political parties for their extended efforts at peace in the Middle East, for: Stunt omnes unum . . . they are all one!
Indeed, by giving credit to where credit is due, we must keep in mind that the commonality of purpose to secure America's interests in the Middle East and, ipso facto, the West's energy spicket, via proping up its Islamic dictatorships, or hastening the democratization of the region, is the continuous policy of both Democratic and Republican State Departments--make no mistake about it.
The Democrats differ only in the design of a better mouse trap and have no right to cast their stones of dispersion from their glass palace at the failed policies of the GOP--policies now garbed in democratic hyperbole.
Peace in the Middle East! Better yet: What is the current administration's Mid-East Peace Policy? Road Map to Peace? Peace Process? It is prudent, though policy makers would dearly extract this fixation from the debate, the theological implications--Moslem, Jewish, and Christian--from this canundrum of canundrums, and why, specifically, "Jerusalem (has become) a cup of trembling (i.e., "reeling" or "drunkeness") to all the surrounding peoples . . . a very heavy stone for all peoples . . . though all nations of the earth are gathered against it" (Zechariah 12:2-3)?
The Biblical metaphor of "reeling" and "drunkeness" is actually the physical reaction of a person who trembles after imbibing a poisonous potion. You drink of this venom, you immediately go into radical convulsions, with one destination in view: death!
Initially, so it appeared, our President's so-called lack of a coherent Mid-East peace plan at the commencement of his administration both mystified and concerned--sooner or later he too would be compelled to deal with this Middle East "tar" baby. Could you blame him--grasping this "cup of trembling" portends incessant disappointment and, worse yet, staggering political liability with purient involvement leading to--as we now bemoane--intractable conflict.
Yet, the greatest "Consuming Nation" ever to countenance the planet--fueled by the mecurial petroleum molecule--would inevitably be sucked into this black hole whose exit strategies escape all nations.
Nothing like pontificating--i.e., extolling our efforts at peace in the region. This was masterfully accomplished by the Council on Foreign Relations' Aaron D. Miller at the CFR's "Transition 2005: Israel, Palestine, and the Middle East Peace Process" forum in February. Dr. Miller--a former U.S. State Department official, having served six previous Secretaries of State by helping to formulate U.S. policy on the Middle East and the Arab-Israeli "peace process"--confirmed my original thesis regarding the bi-partisan nature of our endeavors at formulating peace in the Middle East; to wit:
"The three Americans that have made the most compelling contribution in the history of American diplomacy, and there are only three--two Republican secretaries of state, Henry Kissinger, James Baker, and one Democratic president, so it transcends party lines, Jimmy Carter--all combined those qualities, with an acute sense of knowing when to intercede. That is how to do effective American diplomacy. And if in fact we were to succeed again, that is an approach that we have to come back to. (Note: Apparently, Miller dismisses President Clinton's endeavors.)
In any event, bi-partisan consensus was summed up by political think tank Seeds of Peace president Miller as follows:
(1)President Bush must make the Middle East Peace Process a 24/7 top priority--working with a diverse team of "competent" advisors.
(2)Policy must not neglect what's happening on the "ground" (i.e., realities on the ground integrate with immediate policy).
(3)The U.S. must remain in control of its own policy (i.e., don't let either side, Israeli or Palestinian/Arab, dictate).
(4)Beware of interim deals, but also beware of high-risk efforts to solve this problem quickly.
(5)Combine empathy and trust, with toughness, to both Israelis and Arabs.
Furthermore, avoidance of the black hole is useless--Miller concludes:
"If we want to supplement our war against terror, further the cause of democratization, there is no other issue that would do more to enhance our credibility than the pursuit of this one" (i.e., full engagement in the so-called "Middle East Peace Process" involving Arabs and Israelis).
Safe, reasonable, intelligent, thoughtful--yep, just plain vanilla. But the status quo of Dr. Miller's world was about to be shaken with the departure of one Collin Powell, and the subsequent installation of National Security Advisor, now Secretary of State, Condoleezza Rice.
"In this time of great decision, I have come to Cairo not to talk about the past, but to look to the future -- a future that Egyptians can lead and define.
"Ladies and Gentlemen: In our world today, a growing number of men and women are securing their liberty . . .
"After all, America was founded by individuals who knew that all human beings -- and the governments they create -- are inherently imperfect. And the United States was born half free and half slave. And it was only in my lifetime that my government guaranteed the right to vote for all of its people.
"Nevertheless, the principles enshrined in our Constitution enable citizens of conviction to move America closer every day to the ideal of democracy. Here in the Middle East, that same long hopeful process of democratic change is now beginning to unfold. Millions of people are demanding freedom for themselves and democracy for their countries" (Excerpts from Sec. of State Rice's speech at the American University in Cairo, Egypt on June 20, 2005).
Naturally, Dr. Rice's (later references) to democratic aspirations for the region--addressing her audience as "ladies and gentlemen" to highlight Islamic suppression of women in general--blew the Kaffiyeh off her Arab audience.

Notwithstanding all the cultural sensitivities to the contrary . . . it is nigh impossible and absurdly ridiculous to fathom how Judeo-Christian Americana ideals and cultural backgrounds relate to Middle Eastern realities on the ground (as we speak). Never mind--the President must opine:
"America will not impose our style of government on the unwilling. Our goal instead is to help others find their own voice, to attain their own freedom, make their own way" (Rice, in her same speech, quoting from President Bush's second inaugural address, while prefacing his words with: "We are supporting the democratic aspirations of all people.").
Thus, in one-fell swoop, we witness cultural wiggle room at its height as Arab states commence their march toward freedom and Islamic-style democracy!
"The people of Egypt should be at the forefront of this great journey, just as you have led this region through the great journeys of the past" (Again, excerpt from the Rice speech.).
At this point, one must ponder: What Egyptian journey of the past do we contemplate? How about the slave-driven, pyramid-building, totalitarian civilizations of the Pharaohs?
Of course we Americans intuitively know what the President and Dr. Rice mean (at least we once did) . . . but driving this democratic square peg into the black, moon-shaped hole of Islamic civilization may ultimately necessitate Alexander the Great's resolution of untying the Gordian Knot he encountered at the ancient city of Gordium (100 miles west of Ankara, Turkey).
An oracle of Zeus alleged that if anyone could untie this knot, that person would be the conqueror of all Asia. Of course everyone knows, Alexander (champion of the Ancient West) cheated on the oracle by cutting the knot with his sword instead of untying it--notwithstanding, the avaricious behavior of the god Zeus still gave Alexander Asia!
Even so, the conclusion of the matter (i.e., incorporating nigh 1,500 years of Islamic civilization into Western thinking and democratic idealism first proclaimed by the Greeks) may ultimately necessitate a rather crude Greco-Roman application; simply put: CUT TO THE CHASE!
And, why might this be the case? Consider the utter futility of the West approaching the "Islamic Knot" of Asia--let's just consider the "lead" of Egypt toward democratic liberalization:
Nina Shea's piece on Egyptian democratic ideals tells it bluntly--the Muslim Brotherhood would be swept to power if open elections were held in Egypt:
"Mubarak's policies have created a situation in which pro-Western democrats like Ramy Lakah are silenced or driven abroad, leaving the Muslim Brotherhood as the only organized opposition within Egypt. If an open election were held this year, few doubt that the Muslim Brotherhood would win. An Islamist group, the Brotherhood has won hearts and minds through charitable work and exploited religion to thrive despite ruthless repression against it. It purportedly renounced violence in the 1970s, but its motto continues to be: 'Allah is our objective. The Prophet is our leader. Qur'an is our law. Jihad is our way. Dying in the way of Allah is our highest hope.'"
And, what of Islamic Brotherhood?
"A social and political movement which started in Egypt in 1928 by Hasan al-Banna for the purpose of establishing a pan-Islamic state, transcending all current political and geographic divisions. Like those before him, al-Banna also regarded the West as posing a fundamental threat to the future of Islam. He felt that even worse than military campaigns were the attempts to import Western culture and political ideals. The root of Muslim problems was that the Shari'a (Islamic law) had not been implemented - once this was accomplished, everything would be better." (Taken from: Islamic Extremism)
This is the same Muslim Brotherhood that assassinated Anwar Sadat--in spite of Sadat's attempts to assure them of his Islamic fidelity. Is it any wonder that the Brotherhood continues to call for "a more open and democratic political system in Egypt."
Tracing the so-called hydra-headed monster of Islamic terrorist organizations is not the intent of this discussion. One can deliberate for countless hours on this serpentine figure (Please seehttp://www.state.gov/s/ct/rls/rpt/fto/2001/5258.htm). But, what is of peculiar note is where Secretary Rice delivered this sea-change in American foreign policy: In the heart of Egypt, where the Brotherhood and scores of Islamicists recruit insurgents against America's War on Terror!
While the U.S. attempts to light the fires of Iraqi liberty and democracy--against the backdrop of rabid Islamic insurgency, London bombings, and ominous threats upon homeland US targets (Including "soft targets in the U.S. like movie theaters, restaurants and schools" etc.) (Please see:http://www.jihadwatch.org/archives/005364.php), the Iranian people by the millions decide it's time to elect an even more radical regime to pilot their nation through the incursions from the West!
Of course, with the election of hardliner and American hostage taker, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad (though vehemently denied by Iranian authorities), at summer's commencement (2005), how heartening are his initial exploits heard in the West:
"Today, we can say that nuclear technology is our right!"
How comforting too, to know that a "Greater Persia"--which encompasses Southern Iraq's Shiite majority--also awaits the full development of the democratic Islamic Republic's nuclear program. Some, like Michael Rubin in Forward Magazine, conjecture that the Bush Administration has no coherent policy on Iran regarding the spread of "democracy." Dear Michael--let me disabuse you of such folly! The West, led by the Bush Administration, knows precisely how to "democratize" and, ipso facto, diffuse the Islamic Bomb! If, on the other hand, you consider this contrary to "democratic ideals" - live with it.
There is this Western fascination, perpetrated by certain strata of its intelligentsia and fomented by both the progressive and entrenched liberal media, that the vast majority of clear-thinking Moslem leadership, when push comes to shove, is tolerant and merciful; yes, caring souls who long to live in peace with all mankind, especially with folks in the West.
Frankly, let's quit pussy-footing around with discovering a Salman Rushdie here, a Dr. Khalid Duran there, or even a Tashbih Sayyed, President of the Council for Democracy and Tolerance--these rare exceptions dwell in the ethereal world of the West's civilization. What's happening on Dr. Miller's ground bespeaks the antithesis of the so-called moderate Moslem.
One gets this image of President Bush standing amidst a sea of moderate Moslem clerics gathered--all the while this minuscule segment of Islam is utterly overshadowed by the vast majority of mainstream believers in Allah to whom "moderate Moslem" is regarded in the Qur'an as an Infidel and should be treated as any Christian, Jew, Hindu, Buddhist, etc.

Declare an Exertion Against International Terrorism - The Time is Now

Apparently some international terrorist groups used the word Jihad in Muslim religion as an excuse to kill innocent people and an appeal to the young and naive to die in battle on behalf of their cause. If these groups only understand Jihad, then perhaps it is time to worldwide declare an effort against international terrorism and a time for the people of the Islamic faith to stand up and be counted almost 1 billion.
If the Islamic faith all takes the initiative to exercise international terrorists who give them a bad name, then the world will remain with them and may be born a new era of peace. The terrorists to exert international it makes sense and is apropos because "effort" and "Jihad" in fact have the same literal meaning. It is therefore timely that everyone join in common cause to rid the world of international terrorists and move as one to stop the killing of innocent life once for all.
Declare an effort is to fight fire with fire and spoke to the realities of the old famous human struggle of Good vs. Evil. If we do not stop international terrorism today and tomorrow there will be nuclear weapons used instead of small devices back packages and car is used. We can not risk the future of our Grand children and their children in a horrific perspective for the future, therefore it is up to us in the current period to declare an effort and plan a mission to make peace in this world now.