Monday, February 06, 2006

Later Than We Think

by Arnaud de Borchgrave - February 6, 2006 - The Washington Times
The man in charge of hoodwinking the Western powers about Iran's now 18-year-old secret nuclear program believes the apocalypse will happen in his own lifetime. He'll be 50 in October.

President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's Shi'ite creed has convinced him lesser mortals can not only influence but hasten the awaited return of the 12th Imam, known as the Mahdi. Iran's dominant "Twelver" sect holds this will be Muhammad ibn Hasan, the righteous descendant of the Prophet Muhammad. He is said to have gone into "occlusion" in the 9th century, at age 5.

His return will be preceded by cosmic chaos, war, bloodshed and pestilence. After this cataclysmic confrontation between the forces of good and evil, the Mahdi will lead the world to an era of universal peace.

For all those who think that it is possible to "negotiate" with the islamofascists, this article is a must read. Everytime I hear how we should not have gone to war in Iraq, and that we need to bring our soldiers home, I wonder if the person espousing those views has ever LISTENED to what these people believe.

These are tough times. The growing doubt about whether we should be at war is a serious concern. If the American people waver now, the consequences will be even bigger problems in the future. These islamofascists are serious. Individual suicide bombers are not the biggest threat. The biggest threat is Islamic states willing to embace nuclear holocaust on behalf of a delusional return to Islamic glory on behalf of the Mahdi!


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