That was funny.
That is funny!!! I recognized the one as the President of Iran...Whoopie Goldberg calls him "I'm a dinner jacket"..I couldn't place the other two. The one on the right looks like the leader of Syria...Have a great weekend, MaryLu :) :)Greetings, love and hugs from Oregon, Heather :)
Terror gains us love and sympathy. Oh no, we wouldn't want to offend a terrorist! Appeasement is a sign of weakness to them.
When those people could be using their knowledge, or whatever talent they have to help and aid the world, they insist upon ruining it, and harming others. What wonderful people! If we made helping others our priority, we could accomplish that; but they just blow up our soldiers and innocent civilians, and use their children, women, and animals as shields, they lose them all. If they lived they wouldn’t care.I can see why some people believe God is not in control – even sadder.~Abigail
Thanks for your comments. It's a funny video but also sort of sad because our world is shutting her eyes to terrorists, thinking we can just chat over tea and come to some sort of resolution. We can't. These people want us dead. And they want Israel wiped off the map. And they believe that in doing so, they are pleasing their God and ushering in the Mahidi, their messiah. How do you negotiate with that ideology? Our present Politically correct world will soon discover how wrong they've been. Unfortunately it will be the hard way. We must pray.
MaryLu...if you have a chance...watch "Travels with Rick Steves"...where he visits Iran. It was a one hour episode. It was really good and the people/country of Iran are so very beautiful!!! However, when they visit the mosque, there is a big yellow sign posted there that blatantly says that Israel should be wiped off the map. Rick Steves doesn't talk about it on camera...but he does mention it in the voice over. You are so right about how our country seems to be turning a blind eye to reality!! I think the only way things will change is when people accept Jesus Christ into their hearts!!!..Then there will be true peace :) :) That's what I'm praying for :)Greetings and hugs from Oregon, Heather :)