Eclectic Floridian: [Christian] Strategy for Invasion and Conquest

Wednesday, April 27, 2005

[Christian] Strategy for Invasion and Conquest

The title of this post is not mine ... it comes from the National Reform Association's, Christian Statesman. A number of christian groups are pushing for a Theocracy, that's their word, also called, Dominism. If this doesn't worry you, read some of the quotes below, check the links for yourself. Then you'll worry.

I'm not kidding. This is real. This is getting scary! I quote from their
link:

"Christians have an obligation, a mandate, a commission, a holy responsibility to reclaim the land [of all the states in the United States] for Jesus Christ--to have dominion in the civil structures, just as in every other aspect of life and godliness.

But it is dominion that we are after. Not just a voice.
It is dominion we are after. Not just influence.
It is dominion we are after. Not just equal time.
It is dominion we are after.

World conquest. That's what Christ has commissioned us to accomplish."

Are you worried yet? No? Religious fundamentalists you have heard of are saying this stuff. Jerry Falwell and Pat Robertson are supporting it. They're mentioned in this next link. Try this from Americans United:

"The Rev. Frank Pavone, head of Priests for Life, declared that no one who is pro-choice is fit to hold public office in America. Even though his group is tax exempt, Pavone promised it would influence the outcome of the November races.

'Of course I’m trying to influence the election!” Pavone said. “This is what it means to be an American.'"

Well, there's one fanatic organization we can collect taxes from! For more on the rabid (and removed from his post) Rev Frank Pavone look here. This is the same priest that claimed to be representing Terri Schiavo's parents when he told AP that the U.S. was committing an "atrocity".

Still not enough? How about Christian Coalition field director,
Bill Thomson, saying the "leftist" foes should be destroyed:

"You're going to run over them. Get around them, run over the top of them, destroy them - whatever you need to do so that God's word is the word that is being practiced in Congress, town halls and state legislatures. That's your job."

The U.S. belief in personal freedom has been underestimated by many. A Christian Theocracy (their term) should be made aware that they will be seen or dealt with no differently than:

  • King George in 1776
  • Kaiser Wilhelm
  • Hitler and his Nazis
  • the U.S.S.R.'s communism
  • the Afghan Taliban
  • Saddam Hussein

If a Christian Theocracy (their words) is allowed to establish itself, we could see Mount Rushmore dynamited in 20-40 years, like the Buddhist figures were in the Taliban's Afghanistan (it's idolatry, you know). Do we want to go there?

Wake up! Through apathy, we can allow these crazies to destroy our way of life. They are talking about repealing the U.S. Constitution. Do I sound like an alarmist? I hope I'm wrong. Check the links, do your own research ... but do something!

2 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Okay the group you are so scared of are Christian Reconstructionists, and they are admittedly scary. They are also a marginal fringe group of extremist nutcases who bear the same relation to mainstream Christianity as Nazism does to the Bavarian Beer Brewers Guild. Could they come to power? Of course they could, if the left succeeds in its decades-long assault on education and removes all context from American culture so that no one remembers why we are free and what that freedom cost.

5/02/2005 11:41 PM  
Blogger CWhite said...

Anon: I agree with most everything you say. My main concern is that the Christian Theocracy is becoming more mainstream.

The link associated with Rev. Frank Pavone's quote was from a meeting of the Christian Coalition held in the Senate Office Building. Other speakers at that same meeting were:

U.S. Sen. Sam Brownback (R-Kan.)
House Speaker Dennis Hastert (R-Ill.)
Senate Majority Whip Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.)
U.S. Rep. Marilyn Musgrave (R-Colo.)
Rep. Todd Aiken (R-Mo.)
Sen. McConnell
Mike Huckabee, Gov. of Arkan­sa
Rev. Jerry Falwell
U.S. Rep. Mike Pence (R-Ind.)
U.S. Sen. Lind­sey Graham (R-S.C.)
U.S. Rep. Charles “Chip” Pickering (R-Miss.)
U.S. Rep. Gresham Barrett (R-S.C.)

These were just the speakers on the FIRST day of the event. That doesn't sound much like a marginalized group of fanatics. That's what's scary.

5/03/2005 8:42 AM  

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