The United States is not mentioned in the Bible, China would be committing economic suicide by invading the US, and the presence of foreign troops in foreign countries isn't exactly surprising.
Honestly, how stupid are you people?
10/7/2009 5:13:54 PM
Yes, I've been hearing the "UN troops secretly based in U.S. national parks" for years. This goes along with the "secret crematoriums" and "secret concentration camps" they've been spouting for well over 20 years. You'd think that the UN or NWO would have made its move by now.
Jer 51:14 The LORD of hosts hath sworn by himself, saying, Surely I will fill thee with men, as with caterpillers; and they shall lift up a shout against thee.
Where do you see United States of America in this passage? I can kind of see how you might get "secret foreign troops stationed in the U.S." out of this, but first you have to believe that Jeremiah was writing to Americans and then you have to believe "a shout against thee" means "UN takeover."
Frankly I think you're trying to shoehorn this passage into what you want it to mean. But even if it did, then you'd have to believe that God is doing this. And if so, there's not much anyone can do about it.
10/7/2009 6:11:18 PM
Actually, it's true -- there are a lot of foreign troops on American soil. The Desert Training Center in California hosts militaries from around the world (including, recently, units of the Ukranian and Polish armies); Ft. Bliss in Texas was commanded by a Canadian for a while (he's now our Chief of Defense Staff), Luke AFB in Arizona was until recently the center of training for the Luftwaffe and still is for the Singapore AF; the Dutch air force has a squadron of F-16s based in Columbus, Ohio for training; the second-in-command at NORAD is a Canadian Major-General, and so forth.
Even better, there is an entire, equipped, British armoured division an hour's drive from the Montana border at the British Army Training Unit Suffield just north of Medicine Hat, Alberta.
10/7/2009 6:16:13 PM
What is your bible talking about, some sort of perverted, sick cross between Battlefield 2 and Red Dawn?
10/7/2009 6:40:25 PM
Didn't the Germans give us, or station, some of their used East German MiGs for USAF and USN pilots to train against?
10/7/2009 8:40:12 PM
Oh, for fucks sake. You twats have military units all over the fucking globe.
10/7/2009 10:43:48 PM
Nathan the Wise
Yes, yes, there are shedloads of foreign troops all over South America and Mexico!
... South Americans and Mexicans, mainly. But, still. Those Mexicans could be across the border and invading the US any day now, because it worked so well the last time they tried it ...
10/8/2009 1:50:23 AM
Oh yeah, and Jeremiah chapter 51 was talking about God destroying Babylon. Unless you think that the United States is really Babylon (which you probably do) I don't think we have much to worry about.
Actually, we don't have anything to worry about because the bible was written by a bunch of superstitious sheep herders. They didn't receive any special visions or powers of prophecy from God, because God doesn't exist and any correct "prophecy" is just a lucky guess. And as I said above, even if it really were true, since God is doing this there's not jack squat we can do about it.
10/8/2009 7:39:24 AM
Really? I didn't realize your book referenced a place that didn't exist when the book was written. Oh, wait, it didn't.
10/8/2009 8:12:32 AM
ITT kids treating geopolitics like some sort of computer game.
10/8/2009 9:34:57 AM
Wait wait, the Bible mentions the US?
10/8/2009 12:22:29 PM
The only foreign troops I've ever seen in Canada are American or British.
Or are our cab drivers going to unite?
10/8/2009 5:22:28 PM
10/8/2009 5:41:41 PM
And, funny enough, the most equipped and trained army in the world hasn't realised it until now.
10/10/2009 10:09:21 AM
Oh, the Bible mentions the US now ?
5/19/2010 7:14:16 AM
What the world is this guy smoking.
This folks are why drugs are bad, mkay.
5/22/2010 9:48:59 AM