It is hard to resist sarcasm. With our US government now transitioning from one based upon Christian Principles to one based on the Quran, it seems to have become fashionable lately to rename ‘enhanced interrogation techniques’ as torture.
We must accept the fact that what is sure to follow this revision of terms is Persecution of the good Christians working for the Bush administration, because nobody who has been accused of practicing enhanced interrogation techniques will ever be convicted of war crimes.
Fine, let’s call it torture and let’s accept that Christians, like Jesus Christ before them, will be unjustly brought to trial and face death for their acts of torture. When this happens, let us Prayerfully give thanks, taking solace in how it reminds us that persecution is precisely what defines Christians as a great Religious Movement.
Even so, the elect can take further solace in knowing the convicted are saved and at Peace with God. If the US detention facility official who is conducting torture does not enjoy torturing the terrorist prisoner, it is completely illogical to think that he is engaged in anything other than the routine extraction of intelligence information from heartless, bloodthirsty murderers.
The fact of the matter is, we are compelled by our Christian Faith to perform whatever uncomfortable acts are necessary to prevent islamojihadists from committing mass murder. And if Good Christians are brought to trial and persecuted simply because they sought to uncover these muslim deceptions, we must accept that as God’s Will.
And through all of this, let’s not forget that torture does work. The liberal mainstream media would have you believe that it doesn’t. But of course, they have that wrong, too.
For an excellent example, look no further than to the case of Sayed Imam Al-Sharif, ak Dr. Fadl. As we all know, before now, no muslim has ever repudiated the terrorist acts of al-Qaeda and for this reason, we now clearly understand that Islam is not a peace loving religion. However, none other than the ideological founder of Islamic Jihad, after being tortured as a prisoner of the Egyptian authorities for over a decade, Dr. Fadl finally broke, repudiating his islamofascist legacy:
In a prison cell south of Cairo a repentant Egyptian terrorist leader is putting the finishing touches to a remarkable recantation that undermines the Muslim theological basis for violent jihad and is set to generate furious controversy among former comrades still fighting with al-Qaida.
Of course, this common criminal doesn’t believe a word of it, and would gladly go back to slaughtering Christians if given the chance. But that isn’t the point. My point is this repudiation of violent islamic extremeism would not have been possible without God’s magnificant instrument of torture! Now, for the first time, we have real hope Obama bin Laden will fear what has happened to his colleague, heed the words of this torture victim, lay down his arms, and surrender peaceflly to the nearest authorities.
The next time someone trys to tell you torture is useless, tell them about how a bloodthirsty jihadist in prison called Dr. Fadl, somewhere around or near the Nile River, is suddenly singing peace and love like a purple martin sitting on a 20 foot pole.