Mr. Chuck Baldwin,
I’ve been reading your published thoughts since the mid-1980s, when you were a columnist in the Conservative Chronicle. So, I found it interesting that you and your family are moving to Kalispell, Montana. Your purpose, as you put it, is “to fight:”
We are not going to Montana to sunbathe (or even ski); we are not going to play games, or play politics; we are not going to “take it easy,” or “hide,” or hibernate. We are not going to “enjoy the climate.” We are going to fight! We are going to work! We are going to help the freedom-minded people of Montana make their stand for liberty! In many ways, the Mountain States just might become The Alamo of the twenty-first century, with, hopefully, much better results. But if not, I would rather die fighting for freedom with liberty-loving patriots by my side than be shuttled off to some FEMA camp after having been rejected and betrayed by soft-living, comfort-seeking, materialistic statists who simply “don’t get it” and have no desire to “get it,” which seems to be pretty much standard practice for a sizeable majority of people today–Christian and non-Christian–around most of the country.
But, you don’t even know who the enemy is. How do I know? Your statement you made back in 2002:
However, President Bush is pursuing a dangerous course. First, he is turning his back on history (both Biblical and secular) by trying to create an independent state for the Palestinians. The Palestinians have no historical claim to the Promised Land. God clearly gave that land to the children of Israel. Furthermore, the only independent nation to ever exist on that land is the nation of Israel. There has never been an independent Palestinian country, and for Bush to pretend that they have some kind of “right” to the land is a denial of history and an act of defiance against the revealed will of God. As a professing Christian, Bush should know better.
As a Christian, so should you know better Mr. Baldwin. God did not clearly give that land to the jews of Israel. You’re confusing the so-called jews of Revelation 2:9 and 3:9 for the Israelites. They are not the same. The Ashkenazi jews you confuse for the Israelites of Scripture have nothing to do with Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.
I suggest you check out
You might also want to check out my missives here:
In short, it’s the jews who have no claim to Palestine, not the Palestinians.
And it is these same jews that are the cause of many of the problems you are going to Montana to fight.
If you are going to Kalispell, Montana to be involved in the “Alamo of the 21st Century,” I suggest you at least know who the fight is going to be against.