Thursday, December 10, 2015

nation under attack

I have been hearing a lot of rhetoric about our nation being under attack, about our Constitution being undermined. Our rights are being infringed upon, and our freedoms are being threatened. I couldn't agree more with all of this. We are indeed under attack. By Christianity. It has infiltrated the political system, and the poisonous infusion is overwhelming.

The United States was purportedly born out of an escape from religious oppression. After two short centuries, this victimization has somehow transformed into an oppression itself.

A few months ago Kim Davis was justified in using religious freedom to deny equal rights to homosexuals, and in some sick twist of irony managed to delude the American Right into believing that the situation demonstrated religious persecution...against her.

Directly contradicting Christ's order to feed the hungry and clothe the poor, Conservatives are refusing refuge for millions of homeless Syrians.

Ignoring the command to love your neighbors (much less your enemies), myopic racists commit hate crimes against not only Muslims, but Sikhs, out of some laughable misconception of anthropology and geography.

Disobeying the call to speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves, Zionism has brainwashed Right-Wingers into blindly supporting the suffocation and gradual genocide of the Palestinian race.

Discrimination toward non-Christians has erupted in Donald Trump, a leading contender for the highest office in the entire world, proposing a blatantly anti-Constitutional ban on religious freedom for Muslims.

The perverted fornication between the Republican party and Christianity has festered into a plague of paranoia and hate. This is not what Jesus wanted.

Matthew 7:23

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