January 30, 2005 journal, election under fire, outsider art now goes inside on CBS Sunday Morning.It will be too bad if Iraq gets our form of government, some say we should give them our constitution since we do not use it.Benny Hinn goes to India with his Voodoo religion to mix with their Hindu and claims that 7 million people came out to hear/see him. We know end times are here when we see such a surge in false doctrine and Satanís magic. I went to see this scroll at Bob Jones University sacred Art Museum today.It was written in Hebrew, of the first 5 books of the Bible, the books of Moses. 70 ft. of it was unrolled Jude 1-10 "But these speak evil of those things which they know not: but what they know naturally, as brute beasts, in those things they corrupt themselves. 11-Woe unto them! For they have gone in the way of Cain, and ran greedily after the error of Balaam for reward, and perished in the gainsaying of coreĒ. Study Godís Word! Gulf War Atrocities of 1991. "<http://deoxy.org/wc/warcrime.htm> There may be a real utility to reflecting further, this time upon the fact that it was pious Americans who led the way in assigning the onus of collective guilt to the German people as a whole, not for things they as individuals had done, but for what they had allowed - nay, empowered - their leaders and their soldiers to do in their name.If the principle was valid then, it remains so now, as applicable to Good Americans as it was the Good Germans. And the price exacted from the Germans for the faultiness of their moral fiber was truly ghastly. Returning now to the children, and to the effects of the post-Gulf War embargo - continued bull force by Bu-sh the Elder's success-ors in the Clinton administration as a gesture of its "resolve" to finalize what George him-self had dubbed the "New World Order" of American military/economic domination - It should be noted that not one but two high United Nations officials attempting to coordinate delivery of humanitarian aid to Iraq resigned in succession as protests against U. S. policy. One of them, former U.N. Assistant Secretary General Denis Halladay, repeatedly denounced what was happening as "a systematic program ... of deliberate genocide."His statements appeared in the New York Times and other papers during the fall of 1998, so it can hardly be contended that the American public was "unaware" of them. Shortly there- after, Secretary of State Madeline Albright openly confirmed Halladay's assessment. Asked during the widely-viewed TV program Meet the Press to respond to his "allegations," she calmly announced that she'd decided it was "worth the price" to see that U.S. object-ives were achieved. The Politics of a Perpetrator Population as a whole, the American public greeted these revelations with yawns..There were, after all, far more pressing things than the unrelenting misery/death of a few hundred thousand Iraqi tikes to be concerned

with. Getting "Jeremy" and "Ellington" to their weekly soccer game, for instance, or see-ing to it that little "Tiffany" and "Ashley" had just the right roll-neck sweaters to go with their new cords. And, to be sure, there was the yuppie holy war against ashtrays - for "our kids," no less - as an all-absorbing point of political focus. In fairness, it must be admitted that there was an infinitesimally small segment of the body politic who expressed opposition to what was/is being done to the children of Iraq. It must also be conceded, however, that those involved by-and-large contented themselves with signing petitions and conduct-ing candle-lit prayer vigils, bearing "moral witness" as vast legions of brown-skinned five-year-olds sat shivering in the dark, wide-eyed in horror, whimpering as they expired in the most agonizing ways imaginable.Be it said as well, and this is really the crux of it, that the "resistance" expended the bulk of its time and energy harnessed to the systemically-useful task of trying to ensure, as "a principle of moral virtue". (I lost source of info).