The Lies Of Extremists

When it comes to intersection of the Church and the State in US Law we’re saddled with a lot of religious extremism and a lot of lies and/or misconceptions based upon that extremism.

Church& State Separation Lie
The Lies Of Extremists

Yes, we Americans have to sift through a lot of lies and/or misconceptions based upon religious extremism. The Godless and their plethora of anti-Christian, anti-American Liberal and Progressive enablers spew them incessantly whenever ant mention of religion functioning outside the confines of a church arises.

Put aside the false equivalency that is almost always presented – the image above is merely a tame, washed out example thereof – because reality cannot match and make true the comparison between any group in American history and the Muslims’ Taliban. Not even the much maligned KKK came close to the Taliban’s behavior. No, put that aside for now and pay attention to the underlying dogma of America’s domestic enemies.

The lie that the Godless and their Liberal and Progressives enablers promulgate is that any expression of religious belief and law that is informed by religious sentiment, belief, or morality is inherently theocratic, repressive, and tyrannical in natural. Hence, any such expression is the same as what the Taliban do. Their dogma and doctrine makes no distinct of degree; it’s a dualistic approach and it is a lie.

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ACLU’s Queer Behavior

Recently, Bangor Area High School held a week-long Gay-Straight Alliance event in which the school’s Gay-Straight Alliance encouraged students to wear different colored shirts each day to raise awareness of queer issues such as bullying and suicide. During the high school’s televised announcements on the last morning of the event, two students on the broadcast wore Chick-fil-A T-shirts. This resulted in a shit of social media attacks against the two students and eventually led to about 15 students who engaged in the cyberbullying to being suspended the following week.

Anti-Christian Litigation Union (ACLU)Anti-Christian Litigation Union (ACLU) Is On The Scene

The result of that is that the ACLU of Pennsylvania is investigating the matter in order to determine if the school can charged with civil rights violations for suspending the students who attacked the two students who dissented against the LGBT event. Mary Catherine Roper, deputy legal director of the organization, described the suspensions as, “pretty harsh punishment.”

Somehow I just don’t think that any sane American could bring themselves to believe that, if the situation were reversed and it was two students wearing rainbow t-shirts who were attacked and bullied, the ACLU would investigate the school for suspending the perpetrators. No, the Anti-Christian Litigation Union (ACLU) doesn’t roll that away…ever.

Of course, the only reason the ACLU isn’t formally described as a hate group is that organization that makes its money by denoting organizations as such, the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), is itself a hate group.

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Bake The Cake!

In all honesty, this is potential – and not too improbably – where things are headed in America.

Bake the cake, you damn, dirty Christian
Bake The Cake, You Damn, Dirty Christian!

The “Faggot Liberation Front” and it’s Liberal and Progressive fellow travelers, panderers, and enablers are rather strongly moving towards this well-known and Dystopian future.

What do Christians need, a #ChristianBusinessesMatter Twitter hashtag? Or should they riot in the streets and commit various sundry heinous crimes like the Blacks and Muslims do?

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