Re: Years of propaganda explodes in Zionist Rage
Alabama church burners waged war against Southern Baptists
by Marc Kilberg
The BATF criminal complaint against Matthew Lee Cloyd, Russell Lee DeBusk Jr. and Benjamin Nathan Moseley, filed in U.S. District Court, Northern District of Alabama, reveals the some very interesting information.
On February 3, 2006, at approximately 1.53 a.m., a fire was reported at the Rehobeth Baptist Church located at 11 262 Deer Creek Road, Lawley, Alabama. (Centreville)
90 minutes later, at approximately 3:21 a.m., a fire was reported at the Ashby Baptist Church located at 11 1 Lilys Way, Brierfield, Alabama. (Centreville)
About 50 minutes later, at approximately 4:12 a.m., a fire was reported at the Old Union Baptist Church located at 1094 Oakley Station Road, Randolph, Alabama. (Centreville)
Four minutes later, at approximately 4:16 a.m., a fire was reported at the Pleasant Sabine Baptist Church located at 397 Church Lane, Centreville, Alabama.
About 25 minutes later, at approximately 4:42 a.m., a fire was discovered at the Antioch Baptist Church located at 185 Church Lane, Centreville, Alabama.
In a three hour period, five churches were set ablaze. What's most interesting is the fact that the arsonists bypassed all non-Baptist churches in and around Centreville. Including two churches located on the same road as the ones torched.
The arsonists hit the Antioch Baptist Church on Highway 25 in Centreville, but bypassed the Centreville Church of Christ, just down the street. They also bypassed the Assembly of God Worship Center, the Centreville First Presbyterian Church, the Centreville United Methodist Church, the Freewill Apostolic Holiness Church, the Deliverance Temple Holiness Church, the First United Pentacostal Church, the Pleasant Hill Cumberland Presbyterian Church, the Purity Holiness Church of Centreville, and the Trinity Spirit Holiness Church. All located in the same general vicinty.
According to the BATF criminal complaint, the pattern was repeated on February 7.
From 5:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. another 4 Baptist churches were attacked, this time in 4 different towns: in three hours the suspects traveled from Aliceville to Boligee to Gainesville and then on to Panola, Alabama.
In Aliceville they bypassed the First United Methodist Church, the Church of Christ, the Franconia Community Church, the First Presbyterian Church, the Family Worship Center, the Emory Chapel Christian Methodist Episcopal Church, the True Vine Pentecostal Church, and the All Saints Episcopal Church. In Boligee they bypassed the Boligee Christian Methodist Episcopal Church, the New Fellowship Missionary, the Macedonia Christian Methodist Episcopal Church, and the Boligee Word of Action Tabernacle. In Gainesville they bypassed the Abundance Tabernacle, the Pine Grove Christian Methodist Episcopal Church, the Vineyard Church of God in Christ, the New Fellowship Missionary Church, and the Gainesville Word of Action Tabernacle. In Panola, a tiny village that appears on no map, they bypassed the Panola United Methodist Church.
According to the criminal complaint, all three suspects -- believed to be Jews -- confessed. The document clearly shows that they went out of their way to avoid attacking Catholics, or any other Protestant denomination.
The controlled media spin about the churches all being Baptist because "that's the predominant religion in the area" is absurd. The suspects had a particular grudge against one group - Southern Baptists. And the plan to convert Jews that caused so much outrage at the ADL may just be the primary motivation. Time will tell.
I hate it when they say, "He gave his life for his country." Nobody gives their life for anything. We steal the lives of these kids. We take it away from them. They don't die for the honor and glory of their country. We kill them."-- Admiral Gene LaRocque