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-Army Reserve: Evangelical Christians at Top of ‘Extremist’ List?

by Dr. D ~ April 5th, 2013

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I have been saying for some time now that soon conservative Evangelical Christians would be considered to be ‘extremists’ in America. Now apparently we are already at the top of the list of troublemakers in one Army reserve training course. The story from WorldMag:

A U.S. Army Reserve training brief on extremism and extremist organizations puts evangelical Christianity at the top of the list of groups soldiers should watch out for, and avoid.

According to the Power Point presentation, obtained and posted online by legal group Alliance Defending Freedom, the Army Reserve in Pennsylvania considers evangelical Christians, Catholics, and Mormons as dangerous as the Muslim Brotherhood, al-Qaeda, and Hamas.

The text accompanying the slide listing “extremist” groups defines extremism as beliefs, attitudes, feelings, and actions far removed from the ordinary…

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Response: Several years ago Obama’s Department of  Homeland listed right wing conservatives including conservative Christians as a more serious threat to the American government than radical Muslim organizations. Now we have that idea actually being taught in an Army reserve course.

What is really disconcerting is the following quote listing the type of folks to look out for:

followers that believe that their beliefs, customs and traditions are the only “right way” and that all others are practicing their faith the “wrong way,” seeing and believing that their faith/religion superior to all others.

That could include a hundred million or so Americans. After all, if believers really didn’t consider their religion to the correct they would go elsewhere. For 2,000 years Christians have been exclusive in their understanding of what’s right and what’s wrong when it comes to religion and faith.

What is truly dangerous are those like radical jihadi Muslims that believe their religion actually rewards them for killing all those who are ‘non believers.’  Evangelical Christians may have exclusive beliefs based upon the Bible but are called upon by their faith to respond in love and charity to all. How did we get to the top of the list unless the list is ‘politically’ motivated?            *Top

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5 Responses to -Army Reserve: Evangelical Christians at Top of ‘Extremist’ List?

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    […] Response: Several years ago Obama’s Department of  Homeland listed right wing conservatives including conservative Christians as a more serious threat to the American government than radical Muslim organizations. Now we have that idea actually being taught in an Army reserve course. What is really disconcerting is the following quote listing the type of folks to look out for: followers that believe that their beliefs, customs and traditions are the only “right way” and that all others are practicing their faith the “wrong way,” seeing and believing that their faith/religion superior to all others. That could include a hundred million or so Americans. After all, if believers really didn’t consider their religion to the correct they would go elsewhere. For 2,000 Christians have been exclusive in their understanding of  what’s right and what’s wrong when it comes to religion and faith. What is truly dangerous are those like radical jihadi Muslims that believe their religion actually rewards them for killing all those who are ‘non believers.’  Evangelical Christians may have exclusive beliefs based upon the Bible but are called upon by their faith to respond in love and charity to all. How did we get to the top of the list unless the list is ‘politically’ motivated?  Source […]

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  5. Mega Hof

    I served a total of 8 years in two branches and one thing I can say is that a training petty officer/sergeant is primarily the one who produces power points required for training and qualification purposes. Barring specific guidelines and protocols, training and qualifying service members is more often than not dictated by the TPO’s interpretation of an often out dated manual. The article concludes that the Power Point has been deleted and will never be shown again. The individual responsible for producing it has apologized for any offense it may have caused.

    Excerpt from the article…

    “George Wright, an Army spokesman at the Pentagon, confirmed the presentation was produced by an individual without consent from or knowledge of the Army’s chain of command. The presentation is more than a year old, Wright said: “After receiving a single complaint following the presentation, this person deleted the slide, and it was never again shown. … This person has apologized for any offense it may have caused, and we consider the matter closed.””

    You think this is bad? Folks should be more concerned with the fact that retired Lt. Col. Michael A. Aquino served as not only a high ranking official in Army Psyop Commands but also as founder/high priest of the Temple of Set. He was close friends with Anton LaVey who founded the Church of Satan and the two were also accused of participating in child abuse rituals and running pedophile rings.

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