The point being, when you think you're so right and see yourself as exception to your own belief. In this case I'm talking about American exceptionalism, a word you don't hear too often because we believe we're so right, creating a time when right has become wrong and wrong has become right.
Know how we go around "professing to be the best Christians", talking about how blessed we are, how saved...? Who draws this line? If you look at our crime rate alone, that would tell you something is terribly wrong. Did you say an American recruit behind the mask?
Christians, Muslims and Jews, why would anyone use compassion of religion to cloak their murderous crimes? In the name of terrorism, why are good hearted Christians seeking to target and annihilate "groups" like ISIS, Islamic extremist or anyone else? Are all of them violent? Does that make us just as extreme as them? We're too quick to point out the violent facts in others, while we're the greatest offender.
Hostage in your own land, are Native Americans terrorists? Blacks slavery in America, are we terrorists?
Ascertaining your dominance, will it work? Where's the peace in all of this, how does it stop, will it stop after we've attempted to annihilate them, are we asking to be annihilated? Why don't Black Americans annihilate White Americans? Is this how we, is this the best way, is this the only way to settle disputes?
Murderous acts religion inspired: The Crusades, The Inquisition, Slavery, Jim Crow. Americans commit terrible deeds in the name of Jesus Christ. Is this Jihad? So, why would we be so angry/upset for someone accusing us?
Covering guilt, Religion has been the greatest cover/culprit for all crimes.
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