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According to an ABC report. American high-powered rifle sights manufacturer Trijicon has been apparently inscribing Bible verses passages on their firearms. On every firearm is a series letters and numbers telling the reader where to find it in the bible some of those enscribed are:
2COR4:6 : “For God, who commanded the light to shine out of darkness, hath shined in our hearts, to give the light of the knowledge of the glory of God in the face of Jesus Christ.”
JN8:12 : “Whoever follows me will never walk in darkness, but will have the light of life.”
Trijicon confirmed to ABCNews.com that it adds the biblical codes to the sights sold to the U.S. military. Tom Munson, director of sales and marketing for Trijicon, which is based in Wixom, Michigan, said the inscriptions “have always been there” and said there was nothing wrong or illegal with adding them. Munson said the issue was being raised by a group that is “not Christian.” The company has said the practice began under its founder, Glyn Bindon, a devout Christian from South Africa who was killed in a 2003 plane crash.
Not only does this violate the U.S. military rules that specifically prohibit the proselytizing of any religion in Iraq or Afghanistan and were drawn up in order to prevent criticism that the U.S. was embarked on a religious “Crusade” in its war against al Qaeda and Iraqi insurgents.
Best Quote In The Article…
“It allows the Mujahedeen, the Taliban, al Qaeda and the insurrectionists and jihadists to claim they’re being shot by Jesus rifles,” he said.
Nice Deb is part of the Air Force Team of bloggers raising money for Project Valour It, which helps provide voice-controlled and adaptive laptop computers to wounded Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, and Marines recovering from severe injuries at major medical centers.Funds collected, as of today, here.
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I think I’m the first to break this so enjoy your last 15 minutes Zamudio, I hope your pension/school money lasted…
Poster Boy for the Army National Guard Stewart Zamudio was interviewed by a website called nocureforthat.com, I won’t dignify them with a link. Basically he says while in his uniform that…
“If you are considering enlisting DON’T ENLIST”
The interview is by David “No Nuts” Fleetwood who met with the official poster boy for the National Guard advertising campaign, Stewart Zamudio. He is so disillusioned by the corruption and incompetent handling of the Iraq War, that he is speaking out and asking people not to enlist!
Here is his original commercial for the National Guard…
“I joined the Army National Guard in April of 2000 to April of 2006. During this time I did a number of security missions in and around New York City after 9.11. My most memorable experience was helping out at Ground Zero after 9-11, which I am greatly proud of. I was one of the two soldiers who was chosen to participate in the Army National Guard Campaign for 2006-2007. Which included a New York Army National Guard Commercial, Website Interview, Theatre Commercial, Radio, and photographs.”
“I felt at that time very strongly that the President had the right idea, but the wrong delivery for the war campaign in Iraq. I fully trusted the President that he would lead us properly after 9.11, as many others have as well. I had high hopes that my Commander in Chief would lead us to victory. But he let me down, he let this miltary down, and most of all he let this country down! I never went overseas so my views are not tainted with war visions, but with war stories from fellow soldiers. My perspective on the war is somewhat coming from an angle of a new recruit.”
“That is why I am recalling my message. I would NOT join the Army National Guard at this time because the risk of getting killed or injured is too high.”