Christian Brotherhood of America

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by Sami Jamil Jadallah

 

Not withstanding the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment to the US Constitution which declares that Congress shall make no law respecting the establishment of religion and prohibits the establishment of a national religion, the Christian Brotherhood of America is in every establishment: the White House, Congress, the Supreme Court, the Department of Justice, the Department of Health and Human Services, Home Land Security, CIA, among many of the different departments of the US government.

Although the Constitution does not support the establishment of faith-based parties, faith runs deep in the American political party system.

Republicans, due to their alliances with Evangelicals (Christians and Zionists), are deemed the party of political Christianity.

Though Thomas Jefferson was quite concerned, and rightly so, of leaving the door open to faith in public life, his clause was intended to “ erect a wall of separation between church and state.”

Political Christianity, or what I would refer to as the state of Christian Brotherhood in America, permeates in countless policy debates. This includes restrictions on abortion (even in cases of rape and incest), stem cell research and use, same-sex marriage, welfare and welfare reform, access to birth control, and even foreign aid to Africa. There are attempts to censor media that is deemed to promote “anti-family values,” and members of Congress who are “scored” on how much they enforce a traditional vision of family life.

Though members of Congress and state legislatures are forbidden to cross the line of separation between church and state, no legislation or Constitution can forbid legislators from voting with their “value system” or introducing legislation that stems from their value systems. It is only natural and expected.

Ronald Reagan and later George W. Bush were the first to recognize the power of the Christian Brotherhood when they made the Moral Majority (coined by Jewish Paul Weyrich) of the late Jerry Faldwell a corner stone of their political agenda. Later on, George W. Bush set up the White House Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnership back in January 2001 with President Bush defining it as “Compassionate Conservatism, with more than $2.2 billion in awards to social services associated with religion.”

President Barack Obama kept the faith with such policies though renaming the office to “The White House Office of Faith Based and Community Initiatives” back in February 2009, with membership ranging from Church of God in Christ, the National Council of Churches, the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations, African Methodists Episcopal Church, the Southern Baptist Convention, the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, to the Religious Action Center for Reform Judaism.

The backbone of the Christian Brotherhood is in organizations such as the Southern Baptists Convention, Pat Robertson’s Christian Coalition of America, National Association of Evangelicals, United Methodist Church, Southern Baptist Convention, and the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America.

Although U.S. tax laws prohibit churches from endorsing candidates, they are allowed to influence legislation through lobbies, the media, and an army of campaigners in support of certain political candidates. Religious institutions such as religious orders, churches, mosques and synagogues, which in some cases are large enough to be owners of billions of millions of dollars worth of real estate properties and financial assets, are given tax breaks.

That kind of financial power does make a difference in politics in America. This has most clearly been seen in cross-country efforts to restrict access to abortion and to overturn Roe vs. Wade.

Unfortunately, a number of these same groups conduct fear-mongering, Islamaphobic campaigns that promote the idea that Muslims in the U.S. are here to impose Sharia Law, as if Sharia Law is an imminent danger to the U.S. and Christian way of life. Since November 2010, two-dozen states have considered legislation to ban the implementation of Sharia law, including Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Indiana, Louisiana, Mississippi and South Carolina. Given that predominantly Muslim countries are rejecting the imposition of Sharia Law, it seems ridiculous to believe that Sharia Law is ever going to be imposed on Oklahomans.

These groups fail to recognize the irony that they are waging anti-Islam campaigns while at the same time, actively trying to pass legislation at both the State and Federal levels to impose their faith on everyone else.

The motivations behind such campaigns is not for the love of America or leading a Christian life, it is to use a fear of Islam in the U.S. as a way to promote Israel. “Scholars” like David Yerushalmi, who enjoys wide support from Republicans, are able to hold conferences in the U.S. Capitol Building on reports titled “Sharia: The Threat to America.” Major political figures with the Republic Party such as Newt Gingrich, have called Sharia Law a “mortal threat,” and called for it to be banned across America.

We all should remember the U.S. war on Iraq, with Evangelical chaplains having found to pump troops up with hate speech, leading U.S. troops in Samara, Iraq to drive around town with a Bradley Fighting Vehicle with “Jesus Killed Mohamed” emblazed all over it.

The US military top brass ignored members of the military framing what the U.S. was doing in Iraq and across the Middle East as a war on Islamic, or a modern-day version of the Crusades. Colonel Gary Hensley, division chaplain of the 101st Airborne and chief chaplain for all of Afghanistan, surrounded himself with Biblical posters translated into Pashto and Dar during a sermon at Bagram Air Force Base’s main chapel.

The Evangelical Christians Brotherhood targeted the military in order to set up a spear head from which they can “convert” the US government and the rest of the world, with organizations within the military such as Officers Christians Fellowship counting on 15,000 members and presence in 80% of US military installations, with Evangelicals reminding members that God comes before country.

With guys like Lt. Col. Mathew A. Dooley staff instructors at the Joint Forces Staff College concluding “ Using the lessons of Hiroshima: to wipe out whole cities at once targeting the civilian populations whenever necessary in a total war against Muslims”.

There is spiritual and political collusion between Evangelicals and other organizations that are promoting, advocating and sponsoring “Islamophobia” with an agenda to empower Israel and its choke on America. Generous funding in the tens of millions donated from individuals and businesses involved in gambling, prostitution, pimping, money laundering, Bingo Games and usury. While there are too many to mention here, I leave you with some few to ponder.

• Frank Gaffney- Center for Security Policy
• David Yerushalmi- Society of Americans for National Existence.
• Daniel Pipes- Middle East Forum
• Robert Spencer- Jihad Watch and Stop Islmaization of America
• Steve Emerson- Investigative Project on Terrorism

The anti-Islam campaigns have bled into campaigns against anyone who does not subscribe to conservative Christian values, with a number of bills this year being introduced or passed to restrict access to abortion or birth control. The breakdown of the line of separation between Church and State is the biggest threat to America.

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Sami Jamil Jadallah

Born in the Palestinian city of El-Bireh (presently under Israeli Military and Settlers Occupation). Immigrated to the US in 62.

After graduating from high school in Gary, Indiana was drafted into the US Army (66-68) received the Leadership Award from the US 6th Army NCO Academy in Ft. Lewis, Washington. Five of us brothers were in US military service about the same time (Nabil-Army), (Lutfi-Marines), (Sam-Army) and (Taiseer-Marines) with two nephews presently with US Army.

Graduated from Indiana University with BA-72, Master of Public Affairs-74 and Jurist Doctor-77, and in senior year at IU, was elected Chairman of the Indiana Student Association. Sami Jamil Jadallah is an international legal and business consultant and is the founder and director of Palestine Agency and Palestine Documentation Center and founder and owner of several businesses in technology and services.

His articles are also featured on JeffersonCorner.com, PalestineNote.com and Ramallah Online.

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  1. Ms. Sandra Lee Smith… from your name you must be an intelligent person and you’re got your facts confused. The man who runs the White House is more of Zionist Jew than either a Christian or a Muslim and he is in turn managed by a Zionist mafia that makes decisions for him. As for the DHS, FBI and Congress, I suggest you should take a look of whose who in these departments… mostly dual Israeli-American citizens… they also run NSA, and many of the US intelligence agencies… they even decide which wars we must wage and die for and when it comes to Israel, they go home to fight for Israel but not the US.. Remember the former White House Chief of Staff and now mayor of Chicago, he decided to volunteer for the Israeli forces but not the US armed forces and for that Barack Obama appointed him the WH chief of staff. Arabs and Muslims could never secure a security clearance to even become guards or sell sandwiches.

  2. Great post Sami,

    “The purpose of separation of church and state is to keep forever from our shores the blood that soaked the soil of Europe for centuries.” – James Madison aka father of the Constitution

    Agape,
    Infidel

    • Thanks Gary..Of course every one now remember and think of Muslims killing Muslims and they forget the long Jewish Wars between the two ancient kingdoms. They forget the 100 years between Christians; the wars between France and England, WWI and WWII and both have nothing to do with Muslims but with Christians. Stalin Wars, China’s Civil War, and the many wars waged by Christians in Africa and Latin America, in Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos, The Wars on Iraq and Afghanistan, the Gulf Wars and only remember Muslims killing Muslims. Well I guess Muslims are no better than others when it comes to wars… but not colonial wars.

    • The wars you mention as being Christian were/are not Christian wars, they are mostly Jewish wars. Jews have always funded wars thereby making them possible and profited from wars especially WW1 and WW2 and the Cold War which included Vietnam.

      Stalin was Jesuit educated and Jesuits are not Christians. One of the aims of the Boslshevik Marxist Jew Revolution was to eradicate the Eastern Orthodox Religion and create a Marxist atheist state in Russia.

    • @ Gary Walker

      And that was fine until your very bloody Civil War which was a Vatican/Rothschild Bank of England war designed to create slaves of both blacks and whites. Prior that war White men were free and Blacks were in involuntary servitude. At the end, all were voluntary slaves.

      The US Civil War was a war between the Federal Government and the States with the north being the useful idiots or duped mercenaries for the Federal Government.

      A constitutor is someone who signs up to take responsibilty for the national debt. Your Constitution formed part of the articles of the first national bankruptcy.

  3. Sir,
    The scopr of war against Islam is so wide spread that you have just considered what may be called ‘a drop from an ocean’.
    The most peacefull creed or cult/ideology was considered Budhism as yet what they are doing in Burma is just a part of Crusades. The Crime of muslims is that they are muslims, no matter just by name. Normans are not dead. Thanks to USA.

  4. Cynthia Stevens needs to figure out that Judaism, Christianity, and Islam all have the exact same God.

    • First off,I don’t know which, if any, deity you may claim to worship, but I do know, by that statement, you know little about Allah and Yhwh,as well as about the teachings of the three named religions. They are not the same, neither the deities, nor the tenets of the faiths, although Judaism and Christianity do hold Yhwh, the decalogue and the prophets in common. That is the sum total of the commonalities, however. Neither holds anything but some purloined names betond that. Allah is the principal deity of Ur, from whose worship Abram was called away by Yhwh, the moon deity.

  5. thank you sir for the fine essay. very provocative to some. I would add Buddha, Jesus, Mohammed, and Moses all would like to have some peace. I think mankind has learned it’s lesson. let this lesson be a blessing. pray for peace

    • Amen to that. It is time for all mankind to have peace with themselves and with others. Enough killings and hate in the name of God/G-d/Allah. Peace to all mankind. Beside none of us will know the truth until it is too late…

  6. Ms. Cynthia Stevens, I suggest you take two Ibuprofen, do your prayers it may fill you with hate and you can sleep better, perhaps you can dream of the Crusades with you on a white horse, knocking down the walls of Jerusalem. I am at peace with myself and with hundreds of millions of Christians. I am not at war with any one, not even you.

  7. Need I say that the US, England and other Western powers have supported even co-sponsored Muslim Brothers for generations, specially as a way to fight and stand in the way of rising Arab nationalism. The Muslim Brothers were never at “war” with the West… they have alliances. Now the West with the rise of Muslim Brotherhood is seeking to undermine them by given direct support to “secularists”. Personally I never subscribed to any political parties with religious affiliations. The whole exercise behind the essay is to show that not only Muslim countries have “brotherhood” but Western /Christians countries as well, and of course, Israel is all Jewish/Zionist Brotherhood. Before Muslims try to fix what is wrong with the West, they ( we ) should fix all the many wrongs in our own societies, ignorance, poverty, hunger among other things.

  8. Joe, Salam and thank you for this comment and all previous ones. I cancelled my face book account a while back. Of course the Church, the Mosque, the Synagogue, the Temple all have and do play a moral authority, an authority that is above constitutions and legislations. However, religious leaders the likes of Billy Graham, Jerry Faldwell, Pat Robertson, John Hagee, and some fanatical leaders with the Islamic faith, and many within the Jewish Zionist faith all conspired to undermine the moral authority of the “Church” for self-serving political reasons. Yes, I do believe that there is a war waged on religious values, which I think are common to all faiths specially when it comes to “Usury or Riba” forbidden by Jesus and Mohamed and these are the source of all evil in our society.

  9. Ms. Cynthia Stevens, Salam. Why do you think the world needs more religious wars? More wars where hundreds of thousands of thousands or millions get killed? I do not think that Jesus of Nazareth or Mohamed or Moses want these wars. As if Western colonial wars against Latin America, Africa, the Middle East and Asia where hundreds of millions died are not enough. As if the 100 years war was not enough, as if the slavery war killing some 20 millions Black Africans are not enough, as if WW1 and WWII and Korea, and Vietnam, Israel’s Wars, the Gulf Wars, the War on Terror were millions got killed are not enough. Ok with me let your Jehovah wins or rule or whatever, but pleases no more wars and no more killing.

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