Mar
21
Posted on 21-03-2011
Filed Under (My Stories, NC Blog) by NightCrawler on 21-03-2011

Does everyone know the “Awesome News,” that Judgment Day is coming on May 21, 2011? On that day, people who will be saved will be raptured up to heaven. The rest will endure exactly 153 days of death and horror before the world ends on October 21.

Read the CNN Article on the Link Below:

http://www.cnn.com/2011/LIVING/03/06/judgment.day.caravan/index.html?hpt=C1

For the Complete Diagram and Document See the Link Below:

http://www.familyradio.com/graphical/literature/judgment/judgment.html

Well I want to say at first I was skeptical on this group’s views, since there has been so many of these in the past, HOWEVER with the most current events happening in the world I am almost “on the bandwagon”. Take the Japanese Earthquake and Tsunami, the unrest in Libya, and the other 2 Wars that we have going on, it is hard NOT to.

OK these are MY own personal views and nobody else’s, but I think the world leaders have somewhat gone crazy over the past several months, if not several years. For example, we had, with an emphasis on “had”, a President that wanted to rid the “world”, or was it Iraq, of Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD), and that turned out to be completely false. Our great politicians and we all know who they were, back in 2002-2003 raised the issue of them to Congress and the United Nations, and where did that “so-called” intelligence come from? One frigging man who just wanted money for his web of lies. If you watched, as I did, the 60 Minutes interview they did with the man, you would see what I mean by that statement. And the US so-called “Intelligence Community” believed him? What a farce. What happened to the once required 2, yes at least TWO, sources to verify an important issue as that? And our President and Secretary of State bought that Line of Crap, hook, line, and sinker. What gullible souls they were.

But then now here we are with another president that said he was going to get us out of the 2 wars that the previous president got us into, and now he is involving the good name of the USA, along with other countries BTW, in attacking another country named Libya. And what does Iraq and Libya primarily have in common? You named it Irene, OIL! Will the madness, and I am not talking college basketball here, ever END.

And what does this have to do with the subject at hand? Well it is something named “World Tension”. Here we are actively involved in attacking “another” Islamic Country, and what did the scriptures say about that somewhere? I am not that well versed in those things, but if I remember correctly, and I am probably wrong here, so if I am I know I will be set straight soon, but I remember hearing that the next “World War” would be against the forces of the East against the forces from the West. Well WE are the West, and that region of the world is commonly referred to as the Middle East, or the East. And since the North Koreans don’t think that well of us, I know what side they will be on, with their close to 5 million man army. Well in my math, the US military only has what, 250,000 men & women in uniform, and if my math is correct 4-5 million would overwhelm 250K in not that much time. So IF the world does not end on May 21st as the prophecies state, our children will be actively schooled into speaking either Arabic or Chinese I think by the end of the year.

What do you think?

Mar
21
Posted on 21-03-2011
Filed Under (My Stories, NC Blog) by NightCrawler on 21-03-2011

On March 30, 1973, all U.S. troops withdrew from Vietnam. There were no ticker-tape parades honoring the veterans, no triumphant marches or speeches as there at been at the end of each of the World Wars. America’s Vietnam veterans returned home to silence, or worse, in some cases to denigration for having served their country during a controversial war.

March 30, 2011, has been officially designated “Welcome Home Vietnam Veterans Day.”

The U.S. Senate resolution designating the day as one to provide overdue honor to the members of the armed services was introduced by Senator Richard Burr (R–North Carolina), Ranking Member of the Senate Committee on Veterans Affairs. This is the second consecutive year he has introduced such a resolution.

The text of the announcement of the resolution’s passage appears below.

Washington D.C – The U.S. Senate yesterday declared March 30th as “Welcome Home Vietnam Veterans Day,” agreeing unanimously to a resolution introduced by Senator Richard Burr (R-N.C.), Ranking Member of the Senate Committee on Veterans’ Affairs.

On March 30, 1973, all U.S. troops withdrew from Vietnam under the terms of the Treaty of Paris. This March 30th, the Senate has encouraged Americans across the country to recognize Vietnam veterans for their sacrifice and demonstrate a warm welcome to these soldiers who returned from war to a politically divided country.

“I’m pleased that the Senate has agreed to set aside a day to give our Vietnam veterans a warm, long-overdue welcome home. I strongly encourage communities throughout North Carolina and across the country to observe this day with activities and events that honor these veterans for their service. It’s time they receive the recognition they have earned and deserve.  This day also provides our nation with an important teaching moment. Never again should our men and women serving in the armed forces receive the same treatment as those returning from Vietnam,” said Senator Richard Burr.

Senator Burr introduced the resolution for the second consecutive year on February 16, 2011. Click here to read Senator Burr’s remarks on the introduction of the resolution.

The United States became involved in Vietnam because policy-makers believed that if South Vietnam fell to a communist government, communism would spread throughout the rest of Southeast Asia.  The US Armed Forces began serving in an advisory role to the South Vietnamese in 1961, and in 1965, ground combat troops were sent into Vietnam.  On March 30, 1973, after many years of combat, all US troops withdrew. More than 58,000 members of the United States Armed Forces lost their lives and more than 300,000 were wounded in Vietnam.

Senators John Boozman (R-AR), Thad Cochran (R-MS), James Inhofe (R-OK), and Johnny Isakson (R-GA) and Mike Johanns (R-NE) co-sponsored the legislation. The resolution now moves to the House of Representatives for consideration.

So on March 30, make a special effort to say, “Welcome Home.”