Friday, April 13, 2007

The new Anti-Christians become militant; arm themselves

If it seems to you that the Democrat base, led by Hollywood loudmouths like Bill Mahr, have suddenly become virulently anti-Christian, you'd be correct. Right now they are satisfied with ridicule.

The people who once might have shrugged and said "I'm not religious" or maybe "I don't believe that stuff" have, in the last year or so, taken on a dramatic new attitude. They are now anti-Christians, not merely unbelievers but aggressively, militantly anti-Christian. They don't want to ignore Christianity. They want to kill it off.

Atheists prepare for the 'final battle'
In Europe, the anti-Christian movement has given rise to militant hedonists which, according toThe Wall Street Journal Thursday (unfortunately the article is not available free online), are being whipped up into a frenzy of hatred of religion. The new high priest, Michel Onfray attracts huge crowds and extolls the atheists to take up arms and fight the final battle against religion. Thankfully, they also want to fight Islam. But they plan to take the Christians with them.

If you want to see the Vatican, I'd say you have less than 10 years to do it. If the Muslims don't take it down, the former Christians will.

In the U.S., the Democrat faithful are being taught to be atheists. This process should take a few years, I'd think. (The elite of the base are already there; they have to take it slower with the working folks). The militancy of the movement is slowed down by the peaceniks involved in the atheist movement, but they are more committed to destroying America through peace than they are committed to peace itself. In short: The nonviolence crowd will oh-so-easily become violent. Fortunately, we are already armed.

I think the U.S. Democrats will go after Christians first, before they realize their real enemy is the Muslims. But in Europe, Christians and Christian symbols will be easy targets for the first wave of ridicule followed by violence.

Given the success of anti-Christian movements during the history of this country, I have to ask myself: Were the Founding Fathers wrong? Freedom of religion seems only to work with Christians, who have always allowed competing philosophies.

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Blogger Gayle said...

Well... it's certainly nothing new. Just like the Jews, Christians have been under attack ever since Christ, the first Christian, was crucified. Jesus has prevailed over 2000 years and I believe will continue to prevail in spite of the evildoers.

8:42 PM  

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