This essay is a companion piece to the “Atheists and Agnostics Need Not Apply” essay by The MomCat yesterday. It’s also a followup to a comment I made near the bottom of the threads.
It’s actually fairly common knowledge that Muslim fundamentalists have been turning the USAF academy into a hell hole for non-believers. Cadets are forced to pretend they are Muslim or face harassment and /or expulsion. Additionally, the mostly Sunni staff lies uneasily in bed with the radical Shiite clerics who enforce an early test form of Sharia Law that may wrk in Uhmerica.
A lot of what I’ll be quoting here goes to Thruthdoubt. Here is their link. This essay was published 30 Sep 2010. It’s recent. Don’t let the code phrases for evangelicals confuse you with the Islamists. It’s part of the plot to slip this into the Uhmerican mainstream under the radar.
Like I said, the news is old. Here’s an article Air Force Removes Chaplain From Post –
Officer Decried Evangelicals’ (read Imama’s) Influence from WakPo dated 13 May 2005. That’s a five year time span. that’s a long term plan and a concerted effort to hijack the USAF, the Strategic Air Command and the Missile Command. This includes “Looking Glass” the nuclear super hardened command center deep in the bowels of Cheyenne Mountain.
I’m going to toss out some blockquotes so you can get a sense of what’s going on. Truthdoubt and WakPo will be the origins. I don’t need to go any further than two articles five years apart. For now. Note the one cadet quote going back to 1977.
There’s a veteran’s group, the MRFF, that follows this closely. Here’s their cred: MRFF Nominated for Nobel Peace Prize
October 27, 2009 Can you imagine that? Nobel Peace Prizes for Al Gore, Barack Hussein Obama and a bunch of supposed veterans trying to throw out the true evangelicals left standing at the USAFA. And they’ll probably win it!!! Where’s the Nobel for George W (Texas Ranger) Bush for creating the concept of pre-emptive war in order to save lives? What is wrong with this world?
The USAF Academy is located in Colorado Springs. It’s nick name is “the Evangelical Vatican”. It’s also known as the “The Christian Mecca” as a way of throwing people off the scent. It’s part of the inside joke of what the terrorists are doing to take over our nuclear capability. Some small background via Wiki:
The military boom continued and in 1963, NORAD’s main facility was built in Cheyenne Mountain. This placed NORAD directly next to Colorado Springs and permanently secured the city’s military presence. During the Cold War the city greatly expanded due to increased revenue from various industries and the prevailing military presence in the city. In the mid 1970s, Ent Air Force Base was shut down and later converted into the United States Olympic Training Center. Military presence was further increased in 1983 with the founding of Falcon Air Force Base (later changed to Schriever Air Force Base), a base primarily tasked with missile defense and satellite control. Fort Carson and Peterson are still growing and continue to contribute to the city’s growth. Air Force Space Command is located on Peterson AFB.
Not well known, but jihadist training camps are exact copies of the US Olympic Training Center complete with demolition training and live fire exercises.
Focus on the Family Visitors Center
Although houses of worship of almost every major religion can be found in the city, Colorado Springs has attracted a large influx of Evangelical Christians and Christian organizations in recent years. At one time Colorado Springs was counted to be the national headquarters for 81 different religious organizations, earning the city the tongue-in-cheek nickname “the Evangelical Vatican” and “The Christian Mecca”. Religious groups with regional or international headquarters in Colorado Springs include: the Association of Christian Schools International, the Christian and Missionary Alliance, Compassion International, Every Home for Christ, Focus on the Family, HCJB, the International Bible Society, The Navigators, the Roman Catholic Diocese of Colorado Springs, WAY-FM Media Group, Andrew Wommack Ministries, and Young Life.
Many of these organizations have about five percent of their worth skimmed into the informal Islamic banking system. They’ll deny it vehemently. The more vehemently they deny it, the more truth may be behind the rumor. Think about that for a minute.
The BQs are after the jump. Enjoy. And be sure to follow the link to the last on and read the full article. If you don’t, you’ll be leaving yourself very ignorant and vulnerable to a Fifth Column effort in the USAF.