Godless Terrorism

This is what it should look likeAs each and every right-thinking, Gods-fearing American knows, our country is infested with the Godless. This, in and of itself, is not a huge problem. The problem is that they’re allowed to engage in acts of paper terrorism and lawfare in their war against America and the normative role of religion in American society.

The East Point Academy, a very small charter school in West Columbia, SC, has been forced to cancel it annual Christmas toy drive for disadvantaged children due to threat of paper terrorism from viciously and vehemently anti-Religious, Atheist organization.

They were delivered this ultimatum by these Godless terrorists:

This letter is written on behalf of the parent of a child attending East Point Academy who has alerted us to a serious constitutional violation occurring at the school. For the third year in a row, East Point Academy has affiliated itself with an evangelical Christian organization, “Samaritan’s Purse,” by promoting student participation in their program, “Operation Christmas Child.” Because the purpose and effect of Operation Christmas Child is to induce impoverished children to convert to Christianity, the school’s promotion of this program violates the Constitution. The school must immediately suspend its unconstitutional participation in Operation Christmas Child.

— Monica Miller, Esq.
William Burgess, Esq.
American Humanist Association

Sadly, the South Carolina cell of the mendaciously named American Humanist Association (AHA) picked their victim well. The school capitulated to their demands because they couldn’t afford to defend themselves and their students from the AHA’s attack.

We have a very small budget and very small legal budget. We felt that we could not risk using our school funding for classrooms and teachers to fight a court case.

— Principal Renee Mathews

Then, this is how terrorists act. They always seek to attack “soft targets” who cannot be reasonably expected to be able to defend themselves. Thus, with each easy victim that surrenders or is destroyed, the reach of their terror spreads, making it that much more likely that future victims will appease them.

And none of this is hyperbole. These filth from the AHA are terrorists. That they are not overtly and classically violent is a meaningless distinction. They seek to achieve their radical agenda through the use of force, in this case misusing the legal system, and that is terrorism. Indeed, one could argue that paper terrorism and lawfare are worse and more destructive than bombs.

What needs to happen is for we, the People to treat these Godless filth as the terrorists that they are. We need to realize that, not only will the law not deal with them, it will actually support them and we need to start acting accordingly to defend ourselves and eliminate the threat.

We need to adjust the balance of terror by and all means at our disposal and with the full understanding that there is no legal recourse. In this matter patriotism and morality must trump blind obedience to laws written to protect our enemies.


I will remind each and every American that warfare trumps lawfare; attorneys who take cases against Americans’ rights are valid targets; and that neither legal briefs nor judge’s robes will stop a well-aimed bullet.

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18 Responses to “Godless Terrorism”

  1. titfortat Says:

    My favourite scripture worked wonders for me.

    1 Thessalonians 5:21

    “But test everything, hold fast what is good”

    I now stay away from all religions. 😉

  2. jonolan Says:

    Religions or churches, T4T?

  3. titfortat Says:


  4. titfortat Says:

    Jesus has me covered anyways. 🙂

    John 12:32

    32 And I, when I am lifted up from the earth, will draw all people to myself.”

  5. jonolan Says:

    I guess the question devolves to whether you’re just being sarcastic and ant-Christian or whether you’re one of those utterly nondenominational followers of Jesus.

  6. titfortat Says:

    Lol, all of the above. 🙂

  7. Alan Scott Says:

    This reminds me of the story of a family bakery put out of business for refusing to bake a wedding cake for a gay wedding. I believe that Conservatives should put together a legal defense fund and some lawyers to fight these cases.

    Why is it that only left wing low lifes have lawyers?

  8. jonolan Says:

    I’m not sure that a legal defense fund is the best answer, Alan, though it’s sadly a more likely course of action than what would be right.

  9. titfortat Says:


    I think they would put themselves out of business if they applied that type of scrutiny to all their customers. As technically we are all sinners they wouldnt have very many people eating their baked goods. 😉
    Thats the thing about cherry picking scripture. You are either a loving person or a bigot depending on your choice of verse. 🙂

    Matthew 7:1-3

    King James Version (KJV)

    7 Judge not, that ye be not judged.

    2 For with what judgment ye judge, ye shall be judged: and with what measure ye mete, it shall be measured to you again.

    3 And why beholdest thou the mote that is in thy brother’s eye, but considerest not the beam that is in thine own eye?

    Pretty good stuff!!!

  10. Alan Scott Says:


    Totally not the point. If you run a business you have the right not to create a product that offends your beliefs. If my recollection is right, the bakery did not refuse to do business with the party in question. They probably would have sold them a generic product. They refused to create a gay wedding cake.

    Is that a reason for government and the Liberals to put them out of business?

  11. titfortat Says:

    Is that a reason for government and the Liberals to put them out of business(Alan)

    If that is the actual reason then I agree with you the government should butt out and let the market handle itself.

  12. Alan Scott Says:

    Thank you. I am not used to dealing with anyone who disagrees with me and is also rational.

  13. titfortat Says:

    Lol, my wife my not agree with you on the rational part. 😉
    My politics are so diverse, I, for the most part,
    don’t even bother voting. I have yet to find anyone or any party that even comes close to fitting my internal belief system.

  14. jonolan Says:

    Yep, assuming this is the Colorado case, the government stepped in and charged the owner of the bakery because they adhered to their religious beliefs.

    The Colorado Attorney General’s office also filed a formal complaint against Masterpiece Cakeshop after the ACLU found out that Phillips had refused to serve other gay couples. If Phillips loses the case, he will be required to “cease and desist” from refusing service to same-sex couples. If Phillips doesn’t comply, he could face fines of $500 per incident and up to a year in prison.

    As you can see from the link, the Godless freaks and faggots just love it.

  15. titfortat Says:

    As you can see from the link, the Godless freaks and faggots just love it.(jonolan)

    Lmao, tell us what you really think. On paper you sometimes seem so bright, articulate and thoughtful. And then, you turn the page over. 🙁

  16. jonolan Says:

    Frankly, by normative standards, poor as those are in these lesser days, I am bright, articulate and thoughtful. I don’t, however, let that get in the way of making my point and/or opinion clear.

  17. titfortat Says:

    Freaks and faggots, you cannot be any more clear than that.

  18. Alan Scott Says:


    I am disappointed that you do not vote. At least you do not say it is because your one vote doesn’t mean anything. You are saying it is because you can’t vote ‘for’ anyone.

    My take on that is that my friends may disappoint me, my heroes may disappoint me, I sometimes disappoint myself, but my enemies have never disappointed me. I can always count on Liberals, Democrats, and President Obama to do the wrong thing pretty much 100% of the time. I always have someone to vote against.

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