Matt. 12: “Every kingdom divided against itself will be ruined, and every city or household divided against itself will not stand.
The ancient city of our people is now under Muslim rule and no war was even necessary. In Bertrand Russell’s famous article, “The Best Answer to Fanaticism—Liberalism”, The New York Times Magazine, December 16, 1951, Russell espouses the liberal tradition as being champions of skepticism, “opposed to creeds”, wars of religion and even makes his first great commandment “Do not feel absolutely certain of anything.” [Except of course NASA, Heliocentrism, and Liberal Morales on Equality] He champions Locke who “thought the important thing was to learn to live at peace with one’s neighbor.” But wait, who is my neighbor? Who are my people? Am I to doubt your answer to these questions as well? Am I to take the same measure of doubt to Anthropology and Sociology as you take to Theology? It appears so. Here we see the inherent self-destruction of liberalism and atheism. You have no identity to protect and to preserve. Not only that you have no people. And as we have seen, if you don’t wage ideological warfare on your enemies, they will be waging war on you. And according to the Bible England is now a Kingdom divided against itself with multiple religions and ethnic populations. Liberals do not see it this way. They see this as celebrating diversity. And they will worship themselves as champions of toleration as they bring the enemies of their people to power. We’ll see how much longer their skepticism will last once they see their loved ones blown apart, their women mass-raped and their country subjugated under sharia law. And when the time comes when they cry for our help, I’ll take the children in but the veterans of treason and apostasy are to get exactly what they deserve. I will deliver them to the work of their hands to be ripped apart by their Frankenstein monster that all men will see there is a terrible price to pay for treason and apostasy.