Thursday, July 28, 2011

There is a place; a dark and sinister place

where the stupid and bigotry burns. Burns, I tell you.
In my new book "Sex, Mom and God" I predicted just such an action. I predicted that right wing Christians will unleash terror here in America too. I predict that they will copy Islamic extremists, and may eventually even make common cause with them.

There is a growing movement in America that equates godliness with hatred of our government in fact hatred of our country as fallen and evil because we allow women choice, gays to marry, have a social safety net, and allow immigration from other cultures and non-white races.
Yeah. Uh huh. If I remember right, this is one of the clowns who shit his pants full because a black guy at a tea party rally in Arizona had a AR clone as his open-carry piece, and I doubt he has any problems with the disgusting hatred thrown at women like Michelle Malkin for speaking their piece, but it's conservatives and Christians that hate people not like themselves... As to the nutcase in Norway being called a 'radical conservative Christian',
Breivik described himself as not a religious person and mentions praying only once. His plans leading up to the attacks involved multiple visits to prostitutes. In one section of his manifesto he clarifies what he means by Christian.

Q: Do I have to believe in God or Jesus in order to become a Justiciar Knight?

no, you don’t need to have a personal relationship with God or Jesus to fight for our Christian cultural heritage. It is enough that you are a Christian-agnostic or a Christian-atheist (an atheist who wants to preserve at least the basics of the European Christian cultural legacy

Breivik did call himself a Christian, but meant that in a cultural sense, rather than a theological one. He emphasized that he was not seeking a theocracy, but a secular society. His idea of a Christian Europe had nothing to do with religion.
Jeez. It's at Tam's second link here; if I'm going to send traffic anywhere, I'd rather send it to her place.


Windy Wilson said...

"Christian-agnostic or a Christian-atheist"
What Church do those "Christians attend"

A radical, conservative Christian? Is that like a hardline Communist Libertarian? I didn't think conservatives were radicals, but then I'm not of the group of nuance and shades of meaning.
The leftist media uses whatever buzz words they can to ensure the thoughtless ones continue to not think.

Tam said...


Understand that, in many corners of the world, "Christian" is more of a cultural identifier than any signifier of deeply-held religious beliefs.

"Orthodox" Serbs who didn't attend Mass were locked in battle with Bosnian "Muslims" who didn't pray to Mecca.

In Ulster, "Catholic" and "Protestant" are more akin to "Crip" and "Blood" than to any particular religious creeds.

To Brevik (and in his culture) "Christian" simply means "Not Muslim".