Eye-Opening Perspectives for Heroic Hearts

Eye-Opening Perspectives for Heroic Hearts

Thursday, December 3, 2015

New Awakening?

Radicalized Islamist In America: Catalyst for Change.

By Winsip Custer CPW New Services
     The death of fourteen county workers in San Bernadino, California on December 2, 2015 by Sayed Farhook and his Pakistani wife has sent a post-911 wake-up call to Americans on the wave of growing Western resentment of Islamic fanaticism punctuated by the recent suicide attack in Paris, France that killed dozens.   Former CIA agent and author of Sleeping With the Devil, See No Evil and The Devil We Know, Robert Baer,  told CNN on Thursday, December 3, that the Muslim couple had clearly been radicalized in Saudi Arabia.  “The streets of Saudi Arabia are radicalized,” said Baer. 
     What Baer did not say is that the Bush family connections to the Saudi royal household has jeopardized U.S. preparedness despite the fact that George Herbert Walker Bush has a USN nuclear aircraft carried named after him.  “U.S. oil interests in the Middle East have sold their souls for Saudi crude and held our best and brightest scientists hostage so that they haven’t been free to promote alternative energy supplies. When the FinCEN investigation into Saudi influence peddling in the U.S. was put on hold in 1992 so that a Bank of Commerce and Credit International board member was not brought up on charges, James R. Bath, the Texas National Guard roommate of George Walker Bush, then the safety net that was being run by our government to catch all manner of nefarious activities including terrorists supported by shady banks like BCCI that was key bank for the Iran-Contra fiasco, law enforcement was effectively neutered," said Jedediah D. Knight. 
     "This was the leadership that has gotten us to where we are.  We are in a battle of monumental proportions, but the leaders we chose…or in GWB’s case…..were appointed….even though Clinton/Gore weren’t any better….are incapable of leading us forward.  The nation now knows instinctively that the Bush legacy stinks and JEB cannot spend enough money to buy a perfume that will mask their rancid odor,” said Jedediah D. Knight a member of the Mecca and Medina Templars who writes from the streets of Mecca and Medina and reports covertly with MMT's from beneath the burkas of their Muslim disguises.
    Knight's claims that it is the oil cartels that hold the world hostage have been alternatively claimed by others who point to a history of dark alliances and a concerted effort to block the advancement of alternative sources of fuels.....the mysterious death of Diesel, the silencing of Oppenheimer, the Ford Motor Company's abandonment of the hydrogen fuel cells and the mysterious deaths of two leading fuel cell catalysis scientists deep in the heart of the oil cartel's capital of Texas.
     “Look,” said Knight, “the West has got to clean up its act.    Our comedians like Bill Maher, Louis C.K., the dead George Carlin, have missed the point.  The freedom of the West and the entire enlightenment was a religious AND scientific movement brought on by the questioning of the old status quo…..be it under the Moors or the Roman Empire.   For that enlightenment to continue the West should go back and read Alexander Solzhenitsyn’s Harvard speech from 1978.  When you do not take heed to protect the solid core of the rights and privileges we enjoy, we end up where we are,” said Knight who believes that problem is a deeply spiritual one that now finds the Pope calling for a new enlightenment, but avoiding the issue of unchecked human procreation.
      Knight and Solzhenitsyn are not alone in their assessments.   They are joined by Jürgen Habermas who articulated the contribution of the West to a world worth living in because of its capacity for change and adaptation:  For the normative self-understanding of modernity, Christianity has functioned as more than just a precursor or catalyst. Universalistic egalitarianism, from which sprang the ideals of freedom and a collective life in solidarity, the autonomous conduct of life and emancipation, the individual morality of conscience, human rights and democracy, is the direct legacy of the Judaic ethic of justice and the Christian ethic of love. This legacy, substantially unchanged, has been the object of a continual critical reappropriation and reinterpretation. Up to this very day there is no alternative to it. And in light of the current challenges of a post-national constellation, we must draw sustenance now, as in the past, from this substance. Everything else is idle postmodern talk.

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