The “Truth” about the Christian Peacemaker Teams!

March 23, 2006 at 9:02 pm (Uncategorized)

Doug Pritchard, the co-director of the Christian Peacemaker Teams, said, “We believe that the illegal occupation of Iraq by Multinational Forces is the root cause of the insecurity which led to this kidnapping and so much pain and suffering in Iraq.” He has called for coalition forces to leave the country.

We have done some thinking. We have found the truth behind these facades.

This “Christian Peacemaker Teams” organization is not dedicated to peace, Christianity, or anything good. In fact, Mr. Pritchard must be an ordained priest of Satan. A high priest even. We would not be surprised if he is the Satanic Pope, Vicar of Satan, et cetera. This organization must have been founded to exacerbate and perpetuate suffering and violence, and must have turned their vile gaze to Iraq for some reason or another. They sent teams there, intentionally vulnerable, to be kidnapped in order to cause more chaos, most likely hoping for a violent confrontation between coalition forces and insurrectionary forces.

Their call for the coalition forces to leave Iraq is part of their plan. As any sane human being can tell, if the coalition forces leave without properly preparing and training Iraqi forces to manage the state, Iraq will swiftly descend into bloody civil wars.

We do not doubt that their consternation at Iraq’s invasion is genuine. After all, there was far more suffering, chaos, violence, bloodshed, insecurity, instability, oppression, and tyranny with Saddam in power. They must be quite upset that he is no longer in power.

This must be the truth. Surely no human is really so brainless as to genuinely believe that toppling Saddam was a bad thing, that liberating Iraq was a bad thing, or that the hasty withdrawal of coalition forces will be a very, very, very bad thing indeed. Such idiocity is impossible. No, these “Christian peacemakers” must be Satanic warmongerers (or violence-mongerers, to be more accurate) in reality. What else can be plausible?

inna naHnu-l-a’lam. (Please note: This was satire. The Christian Peacemaker Teams are idiotic beyond words can express. Indeed.)

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3 Comments

  1. Scott said,

    I think CPT does actually care to some degree about the Iraqis, but they are high as a kite on a cocktail of religious doctrine, like the idea that anything can be accomplished through peaceful protest and “living by example”, and that military actions must be categorically resisted as they potentially involve violence and killing.

    In other words better in their minds for 1000 innocents to die unresisting at the hands of savages than for their deaths to be averted by the killing of their would-be murderers in advance.

    This I think explains the bizarre lack of recognition let alone gratitude to their military rescuers – because in CPT’s mind they were rescued by sinners who reject God or something along those lines, and therefore are the “true” enemy.

    We take life as we see it, but these are religious fruitcakes and their focus is as much or more on the hereafter as it is on the mortal world around them, which is what enables them to do something this ridiculous in the first place.

  2. Laura said,

    Hmmm… you could be on to something! 😉

  3. Iblis said,

    You know Muslihoon I’m insulted that you think I’d have a bunch of incompetants like that working for me. Really.

    Of course they do, but its just poor form to point it out old boy.

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