The Innocent Children

Posted in Politics, Religion on July 18th, 2014

As I predicted, The ever-antisemitic Liberals and the Lamestream Media are promulgating various images and tales of Palestinian children being slaughtered by Israel’s IDF. The blame, of course, is always laid at the feet of those damn Jews.

Muslim Human ShieldsJihadi Command Post

Of course, the Liberals – whose opinion of the Jewry is quite clear – utterly refuses to acknowledge, much less mention, that every single child harmed or killed in Gaza was killed solely because the jihadi terrorists of Hamas wanted that child to be killed.

Let us, however, step back from the obvious truth that Hamas uses their own children as human shields and their corpses as propaganda pieces. Let us instead look at the deeper and sadder truth of the children of Islam.

Islam’s “Innocent” Children

Many, perhaps most, of those “innocent children” were far from innocent and were not forced to be human shields by the Hamas terrorists or their parents. They were there and were as ready to die as anyone ever is because they too are Islam’s jihadis.

All across the Muslim World, but especially in the Muslim-controlled areas of Israel, children suck in hate and violence with their mothers’ milk. At a very young age – by the standards of the Civilized World – they are indoctrinated in the Fedayeen or Mujahideen. From that point onward they are just more jihadis and more terrorists, valid targets in war.

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Fundamental Differences

Posted in Politics, Religion, Society on July 17th, 2014

Liberals and Progressives love to equate faithful, American Christian with Muslim Jihadis. They repeatedly “ask” what’s the difference between the two groups.

Christian and Muslims - Fundamentally Different
Christian and Muslims – Fundamental Differences

The differences between Christians and Muslims is, however, quite fundamental. It’s just not a difference that Liberals and Progressives are willing to acknowledge. The only difference that the Left accepts between Christians and Muslims is that, in their eyes, Christians must be vilified for practicing their religion and Muslims must be excused for practicing theirs.

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An Ethics Violation?

Posted in Religion, Society on July 8th, 2014

No Christian CrossIt’s a sick, evil thing when faith and the casual expression thereof becomes an actionable offense. Yet this is becoming more and more the case, at least when that faith and its expression are of the normative, Christian variety.

According to U.S. Bank in Walton, KY being a Christian and not hiding the light of your faith under a bushel of political correctness and silence is an Ethics Violation and cause for termination.

It does not bode well for America’s future that we, as a people, have allowed this sort of persecution of America’s religion to be considered acceptable in any way shape or form.

A former Northern Kentucky bank teller claims she was fired from her job for telling customer to “Have a blessed day.”

“I say ‘have a blessed day’ all of the time,” says Polly Neace. “I don’t think there’s any better kind of day you can have than a blessed day.”

Neace filed a lawsuit against U.S. Bank claiming she was discriminated against for her religious beliefs.

Neace clams after years of saying “Have a blessed day” to customers, she was reprimanded in March 2011.

In a Code of Ethics violation, US Bank states several customers complained when Neace said, “Have a blessed day.”


That Code of Ethics Violation warns Neace that “effective immediately you will no longer discuss the subject of faith or religion with customers and co-workers alike.”

“I was upset with the fact they were stifling me and not allowing me to act on my beliefs,” Neace says.

Neace admits she was reprimanded again a few months later.

“A customer went through the drive thru and I waited on them. She said, ‘God bless you.’ I said, ‘Thank you, God bless you too,” says Neace.

And then, after complaining about a situation at the bank, Neace claims she jokingly told a manager she might as well go back to saying, “Have a blessed day” and be fired.

The next day, Neace was fired.

In many ways this is far, far worse than A&E’s short-lived assault upon Duck Dynasty’s Phil Robertson. They were just kowtowing to a segment of what they thought were their audience whereas U.S. Bank has instituted a policy by which to persecute Christians.

Polly Neace - An American Martyr
Polly Neace – An American Martyr

Do not mistake me. Neace did also, according to the Ethics Violation, reprimand a bank customer for blaspheming and talk to that customer about salvation, and that seems to be solid grounds for a reprimand. However, the rest of what led to her termination is nothing but religious persecution and bigotry.

Be absolutely assured that, if Nease was a Muslim and interjected Islamic phrases into normal conversation as is their wont, things would be quite different. The bank would dare reprimand or terminate a Muslim for being a Muslim because that would violate their “Civil Rights.” Indeed, if a Muslim employee chastised a customer for blaspheming Allah, it would be the customer that the bank would declare to be in the wrong.

It’s a sad time when being a Christian becomes an ethics violation. It’s fairly worrisome for me as well because I’m not Christian and, if America’s enemies can successfully persecute the Christian majority, me and mine, mere statistical outliers, are very much at risk.

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