What do you think about the war on terror?

United States
December 19, 2009 7:55pm CST
How do you people think this war on terror is going to turn out? Will this be the time in the bible when babylon the great falls and we loose our freedom of religion in the united states? Seems like it does anyone know of this prophecy and do you think this is it? Lots of strange things are going on in the world today. How would you prepare if the future ahead was very grim? I think about this alot because google can tell you absolutely anything and it doesnt look good for humanity does anybody agree?
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@magtibaygom (4864)
• Philippines
22 Dec 09
You should be happy if the prophecies are fulfilling. It will only show that the end is near, and we are coming home. These news should not make us sad or afraid, because, at last, our suffering here on earth will come to an end as what Jesus have promised. But brothers and sisters, my view of this war on terror launched by the U.S. and its allies are nothing like a stepping stone to their final agenda. The war on terror is not the final scene. It is only a stepping stone for them. It is multi-purpose. It is wage both for religion and business. Maybe for the business of oil. And religious because it is like a modern crusade similar to those launched by crusaders hundreds of years ago against the muslims. It's multi-purpose, and it is not final. It is only a prelude, or a stepping stone for them to accomplish their goals here on earth. It is also an instrument to slowly in a subtle way compromise the freedom of religion in the US and around the world. Step by step, they are inventing scenarios which will authorize them to enact laws that will slowly reduce freedoms like freedom of religion. And it's happening.
• United States
24 Dec 09
• Thailand
20 Dec 09
I don't quite know how to brake this to you but Babylon fell several thousand years ago. The future always looks grim and always turns out better than the prophets of doom predict. The world is, in reality, in far better shape today than it has ever been in the past.
• United States
20 Dec 09
No babylon as freedom of religion not the literal reigon. If you want to be literal we are still at war with babylon right now.
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