From your statements, I guess you're talking about American Christians, and because that is the only perspective from which I can write, let me start by saying that none of us can help what country or economic system we are born in to. We simply must either accept the structure we are given or seek to change it. I think it's a very dangerous thing to group all Christians together, as if we all support greed or that we're all against Islam. As a person who loves Jesus and is learning more through the Bible every day, I don't have a problem with people choosing their own faith. I just happen to believe that Jesus Christ is my personal savior and that if I repent then I can have eternal life. To me, that makes the most sense. I don't like to get into arguments about dogma, and I don't think that people have to look far to "find the Enemy," and while I respect the laws of my government, when it comes to my soul, I don't mix my faith and politics. Plus, for much of my life, I have been my own enemy. It's hard enough fighting my own pride and selfishness and learning to love others as myself, so I really don't have time to point fingers at external things.