Homeland Security: More Insecurity for Christians?
By Julio Severo
President Barack Obama on Friday nominated Jeh C. Johnson as the new secretary of Homeland Security, because of his “deep understanding of the threats and challenges facing the United States.” He credited Johnson with helping design and implement policies to repeal the ban on openly gay service members in the U.S. military, according to an Associated Press story.
Obviously, the main propaganda of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) will be what has always been: to fight terrorism — in a way that expands Islam! Since the 9/11 Islamic terrorist attacks and DHS “counter-terror” measures, many new mosques are popping up across the United States.
About 1,200 mosques are now operating in the U.S., and almost 80 percent of them were built after 9/11. The majority of those mosques are led by Wahhabi clerics — from the same branch of Islam that Osama bin Laden followed.
Muslims in the US have felt no insecurity from DHS to grow and expand. They have had no worries about DHS. But since especially the Obama administration, DHS has been a worry and insecurity for Christians. There is a number of reports of anti-Christian bias from DHS.
“DHS was caught monitoring a blog posted by a Christian who was forced to flee Brazil because of the conflict between that nation’s pro-homosexual ‘hate crimes’ agenda and his advocacy for traditional marriage. The Obama administration declined comment on its decision to monitor Julio Severo’s unabashedly Christian Last Days Watchman blog.”
If any indication, the dark credentials of the new DHS secretary of “designing and implementing policies to repeal the ban on openly gay service members in the U.S. military” only make darker how insecure Christians will be in an America, where mosques are spreading. Christian pro-family groups fought hard to repeal the homosexualist measure imposed in the US military, and Jeh C. Johnson prevailed. In DHS, will he achieve other similar homosexualist victories?
|Jeh C. Johnson, new DHS secretary: gay agenda advocate|
Will Christians and their fight against gay dictatorship be targeted as “terrorist threats”?
Mohamed Elibiary, a DHS adviser since 2010, defends the Muslim Brotherhood and, according to WND, he accuses Egypt’s persecuted Christian minority of “inciting” against Islam. So if Christians are murdered by Muslims in Egypt, is it because they spoke about Jesus the Savior or other similarly “offensive” terms?
|Mohamed Elibiary: a radical Muslim in DHS|
The U.S. government wants supposedly to defeat terror by employing anti-Christian Muslims and supporting Muslim expansion in America. A nation in sin sows its own destruction.
The wicked U.S. example could infect other nations, including Brazil. “The United States is a global leader on everything, and that includes gay rights,” said Julio Moreira, president of the Rio de Janeiro-based Arco-Iris gay supremacist group. “This will force other nations like Brazil to move forward with more progressive policies.”
With America leading, international anti-terror measures could focus on Christians and their values. After all, to face Muslim terror brings bombs and other mortal consequences. To persecute Christians does not bring any of such consequences.
If DHS is a model for the international future, Christians should be prepared for a world with unsurprising mosque growth, funded by former Christian Western nations, and very predictable Christian persecution.
Portuguese version of this article: Ministério de Segurança Nacional dos EUA: Mais insegurança para os cristãos?
Source: Julio Severo in English: www.lastdayswatchman.blogspot.com
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