And the article continues:
...up until today, most Americans have never heard of the combat Lord's Resistance Army. And here we are at war with them. Have you ever heard of Lord's Resistance Army, Dawn? How about you, Brian? Snerdley, have you? You never heard of Lord's Resistance Army? Well, proves my contention, most Americans have never heard of it, and here we are at war with them. Lord's Resistance Army are Christians. It means God. I was only kidding. Lord's Resistance Army are Christians. They are fighting the Muslims in Sudan. And Obama has sent troops, United States troops to remove them from the battlefield, which means kill them. That's what the lingo means, "to help regional forces remove from the battlefield," meaning capture or kill.
I wouldn't be surprised if "most Americans" haven't heard of the Lord's Resistance Army because the American media probably does the same as it does in Australia: deliberately refuses to use the name because it's got "Lord" in it - and it might offend Christian readers who would prefer not to know that members of their religion have been killing people for more than twenty years as they endeavor to make Uganda a Christian theocracy.
I'll bet, however, that most Americans (like most Australians) have heard of the terrorist group (un-named) who use children as front line troops in their battles against the Government; well that's the Lord's Resistance Army.
Alice Lakwena was the devout Christian who started it all in 1987 when she claimed that the Holy Spirit of God had commanded her to lead an army against the government, outlaw witchcraft and spiritualism, and set up a Ugandan theocracy based on the laws of the Old Testament. Before each battle she told her soldiers to masturbate and rub the spoof on their bodies because that would protect them from bullets. She also sent unarmed soldiers up against machine guns, telling them that they had only to pick up stones along the way; throw them at the enemy, and God would turn them into hand grenades! Not surprisingly, Lawkena was eventually defeated (in 1988) and fled to Kenya.
That same year (1988) another Christian - Joseph Kony - took over the "army" and very sensibly informed the soldiers that semen would not protect them from bullets. No. For proper protection they had to draw a cross on their chest and that way, no bullets could get in! The plan didn't work so Kony changed tactics: instead of fighting regular army troops, he sent the Lord's Resistance Army into battle against unarmed civilians and his success rate rose dramatically.
After killing all the adults, however, Kony found himself lumbered with huge numbers of recently orphaned children and then it occurred to him that they would make good cannon fodder. He once again started attacking regular soldiers by sending in the children who were too young and too scared to disobey him. They served as a living (soon to be dead) shield behind which his armed soldiers were able to hide as they advanced on the enemy. Of course it wasn't long before all the children were dead, so the Lord's Resistance Army would then head into another unarmed village, kill all the adults, and recruit the surviving children as front-line troops.
Rush Limbaugh is correct - Obama is targeting Christians - and a good thing too, in my opinion. They've been going for over twenty years and they should be stopped - the sooner, the better.