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Saturday, September 04, 2004

: "BESLAN. Sept 4 (Interfax) - The Beslan hostage crisis death toll has been revised upward to 330, Lev Dzugayev, head of the information and analysis department of the North Ossetian president's executive office, said on Saturday evening.
He confirmed that 448 people remained in North Ossetian hospitals and that 69 of them were in critical condition"
Without any joy--for who but monsters could find any joy in this despicable act of terror?--this writer hopes that this will change the Russian attitude toward those who harbor terrorism and spout their hatred for others, as Saddam Hussein and some other nations of the world, such as Iran and North Korea. There needs to be a realignment of treaties, for we can no longer enter into collective security agreements with those nations, like France, who are unwilling to spend money for military forces or are unwilling to commit them because they fear repercussions at home from unassimilated immigrants. We need to forget Nato and the United Nations--after all, they are the spawn of America and would not have come into existence without us--and build new organizations of the able and the willing--those able to build armies, no matter how small--and those willing to commit their military force to fight terrorist regimes in any part of the world.

The Bible speaks of the men of Belial, utterly worthless men, psychopatic people and societies, who are so brutish that they delight in slaughter and blood. Of them King David wrote, "But the sons of Belial shall be all of them as thorns thrust away, because they cannot be taken with hands: But the man that shall touch them must be fenced with iron and the staff of a spear; and they shall be utterly burned with fire in the same place." [2 Samuel 23:6,7] This author realizes that this goes against the fundamental premise of humanism, that all men have equal value. But this ignores the truth that men have value only in terms of their choices, not in terms of their existence. Only a madman would say that Hitler was of the same value to the world as William Shakespeare. A man that is devoted to murder, to ruin, to blood and slaughter makes himself a negative, and is worthy only of destruction. Any nation that does not realize this will soon be ruled by such men and they themselves will become nations of Belial, ruled by the most worthless of men, who spread havoc and misery everywhere.

The world is always at war with Moloch men, or sons of Belial. The world has no choice in this, because the sons of Belial are always at war with the world, whether the world understands it or not. Jesus said of such men, "Ye generation of vipers, how can you escape the damnation of hell?" Jesus wept over Jerusalem, but He was no humanist. He could tell the difference between a hawk and a handsaw.
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