the Quran and US Foreign Policy

This news story was a surprise, since we've just been reading about Magog and Gog in Chapter 18, and in 21.

18:93 Until when he reached a place between the two mountains, he found beside the mountains a people who scarcely understood anything.
18:94 They said: 'O Dhu al-Qarnayn, Gog and Magog are spreading corruption in this land. So shall we pay you taxes on the understanding that you will set up a barrier between us and them?'
18:95 He answered: 'Wherever my Lord has granted me is good enough. But help me with your labour and I will erect a rampart between you and them.

21:95 it has been ordained against every town that We ever destroyed that they shall not return (to enjoy a new lease of life)
21:96 until Gog and Magog are let loose, and begin swooping from every mound,

That's it. That's all it ever says about those two bogeymen. There's more in Ezekial, but bottom line, nobody knows who or what they are, or where they are or Jack, although the article gives us a clue. 'Magog' was Big Shrub's nickname in the Skull & Bones.

OH HO, Little George has the inside scoop! The news is he tried to convince the President of France to join him in starting a war, because y'see the Biblical creatures Gog and Magog were loose in the Middle East and they must be defeated. "This confrontation is willed by God,” Junior tole him, “who wants to use this conflict to erase his people's enemies before a New Age begins".

So there you have it. All you lefties who think American foreign policy is based on Oil? Eat crow. It's based on ancient Sumerian fables.

Somebody save us from these idiots.

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