I just saw the video on YouTube and I find virutally everything in it to be untrue. First of all, the video says that I am intelligent--an obvious falsehood. And my lack of intelligence may mean that I'm unfit to make a response, but nonetheless the links invited me here, so here I am.
First of all the video attempts to prove that Christians disobey Jesus. In this it fails because it misinterprets what Jesus said. To see why we must understand the concept of a metaphor, which is a type of figurative language wherein someone says one thing that's not literally true because it illustrates a point in a vivid way. Hence when William Blake wrote:
Tiger, tiger, burning bright
In the forests of the night.
He did not actually mean us to infer that there was a tiger on fire in a nighttime forest; rather, the "burning" is a metaphor for the tiger's ferocity. (And the tiger itself is a metaphor for human impulses, but I digress.) Likewise when Shakespeare wrote:
All the world's a stage and all the men and women merely players.
He did not literally mean it, but instead meant it to deal metaphorically with how human behavior is shaped by the social roles we are expected to play.
So similarly, when Jesus said: "If your hand causes you to sin, cut if off", he was not advising us to get a saw and cut off our hands, but rather to remove any portion of our personal attitudes or behavior that was leading us into sin.
Similarly with most of your other demonstrations of supposed disobedience to Jesus, once His words are interpreted correctly your argument vanishes.
As for the claim that the United States having a military somehow proves that we don't love our enemies, it does not. Why would killing our enemies indicate that we don't love them? Throughout most of history there's been no contradiction between the two.
There are other things in the video that I disagree with as well. For example, it says that "our prisons are overflowing with criminals who are Christians." I don't believe that this claim is true and no source is provided to backup the claim. Further, just because someone is in prison doesn't mean that he's violent. Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr., was sent to prison because he was peaceful.