Posts Tagged ‘Christmas

20
Dec
08

New Developments here in Germany

So I’ve been with my unit, the 66th Millitary Intelligence Brigade Headquarters for a few weeks now. Do to all of the in-processing I really haven’t gotten to do a lot of work yet, though my unit did put on a three-day firing range, which left us all exhausted. One day last week I worked at a place called “The Dagger” in Darmstadt. It’s the largest intelligence complex in the European theatre and some parts of it look like their taken out of the show “24”.

The next two weeks are Christmas break. I’ll only be working half-days. I’ll be dropping my packet for Officer Candidate School, as I now have enough college credits (90 is required) and I’m also signing up for Krav Maga classes here on base. Krav Maga is an Israeli martial art designed for their military and police. I’m familiar with the system and had some instructional videos at one point but no formal training.

 

I hope everyone has a great Christmas, and thanks for stopping by as much as you do, to read my scribbles. A couple of days ago, this site reached a new record of single-day hits, so everyone’s support is paying off!

When our New Year comes, let’s pray for peace and prosperity for our great nation. Spend time with and appreciate family and friends; they’re there when no one else is and it’s family that makes America the greatest place in this world.

06
Dec
08

Killing Christ a second time

Well, it’s Christmas time again, and guess who’s back in town?

The great defenders of our national pride, the ACLU. Are they here to make sure that blacks aren’t being lynched, or that Muslims aren’t locked away for just being Muslim? No, per usual, they have more important things to do in this great country of ours: Ensure that Christmas is celebrated behind closed doors.

Even here in the army, signs advertising the upcoming Christmas party at my unit had to be torn down and replaced with the obligatory, Holiday Party signs.

Looking through the news, the stories are too numerous to begin to talk about a singular one. but I’m sure you know that drill: Atheist sees a Jesus manger amidst his city’s ornaments and goes on a godless crusade to have it removed.

My view on these Scrooge Moonbats is the same as it is on every other type of war: If you feel you’re fighting for the right thing, you never give up. You keep fighting, because when you stop–your enemy wins. And that’s just what most of this manger-haters are: Enemies to my damn country. What in the heck do they do with their lives all day long. Do they have things that they enjoy; children, wives, girlfriends, dogs–A COLD BEER?!

I think most of these people are just miserable to the core. The mere idea of others having joy brings them angst, so let’s get on with tearing down one of the most innocent moments of our Christian heritage: a little baby, in a crib–in a place where animals are kept. A baby who grew to a man, whose name was Jesus and who changed the course of history, who according to my faith did what I could not do: Made me right with God.

Anyone who is offended by the manger scene, deserves the discomfort of being offended.

The Left wants this country to be a spiritual void. They want us empty. But nature abhors a vacuum, and we’ll believe in something, somehow no matter how vile if only it fills that vacuum.

Stand up, Christians. Don’t sleep now. You should be outraged. Make your arguments known, and never, never let this country fail to hear the words of our founding fathers, who repeatedly invoked the name of God, whose words if uttered now would produce the spiritual version of shock and awe amongst Baby-Jesus haters.




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