October 7, 2016
The evangelicals are on the warpath against The Leader.
These people are so horrible.
If this doesn’t show you that modern Christianity is a scam, with zero relationship to the historical church, than I don’t know what will.
The evangelicals went on and on and on forever about abortion (I am against abortion, but I am opposed to how they used the emotional issue to distract from every other issue), and now they endorse the abortion queen – to fight racism.
Also, isn’t this illegal? Aren’t they violating their tax-exempt status by doing this?
Nearly 100 evangelical leaders have signed onto a letter urging their fellow Christians to vote against Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, who, they write, “has fueled white American nationalism with xenophobic appeals and religious intolerance at the expense of gospel values, democratic principles, and important international relationships.”
The letter was posted to Change.org on Thursday, and had nearly 5,000 signatures by midday Friday.
The evangelicals behind the letter do not necessarily endorse Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, they write ― but they are united in their opposition to Trump, who is working to maintain the Republican stronghold on the evangelical community.
“Imperfect elections and flawed candidates often make for complicated and difficult choices for Christians,” the letter reads. “But sometimes historic moments arise when more is at stake than partisan politics ― when the meaning and integrity of our faith hangs in the balance. This is one of those moments.”
Hillary Clinton is campaigning on increasing abortions.
She is campaigning on WWIII.
She is campaigning on Black Lives Matter cop-killer ideology.
She has a documented history of severe criminality, including harassing and intimidating her husband’s rape victims.
But somehow Trump is the bad guy.
Because Black people’s feelings.
The evangelical leaders who signed the Change.org letter wrote that they object to the media’s representation of evangelicals as “mostly white, politically conservative, older men,” and that they come from a number of races, ethnicities, denominations and ages. Trump has performed worse among black, Latino and Asian voters than he has with white voters.Trump’s efforts to fuel the birther movement ― which claims President Barack Obama, the nation’s first black president, was not born in the U.S. ― along with his statements on Mexicans, immigrants and Muslims inspired their opposition, the leaders wrote.
This is the boomer ideology.
And they want to complain that young people don’t care about anything.
Most evangelicals support immigration reform that would allow some undocumented immigrants to stay in the country, and faith groups have been active in advocating for welcoming refugees, including non-Christians. In the letter, evangelical leaders wrote that immigrants and refugees are “those whom Jesus calls ‘the stranger’ in Matthew 25, where he says that how we treat them is how we treat him.”
“Because we believe that racial bigotry has been a cornerstone of this campaign, it is a foundational matter of the gospel for us in this election, and not just another issue,” they wrote. “This is not just a social problem, but a fundamental wrong. Racism is America’s original sin. Its brazen use to win elections threatens to reverse real progress on racial equity and set America back.”
Wow. Original sin.
Here’s the full petition. They’ve almost reached their 10,000 mark goal.
As far as the abortion issue – let me clarify my position on that.
People will complain “oh well, it disproportionately affects Blacks and Mexicans, so it’s good.” And yes, I do understand that. However, we are idealists, and we don’t want Blacks or Mexicans in our country. So as long as we’re holding both positions at the same time – pro-life + physical removal – there’s no conflict.
The Christian choice.
I also want to note that abortion isn’t just a problem because it is basically ritual infanticide. It is also yet another way for women to escape any consequences for their own behavior. Women have been encouraged to embrace all of their base drives, and society has been reordered to make this as easy as possible for them to do. If you give women 100% control over reproduction, men have 0% control over reproduction. Because 100 is all the percents there are.
If you would keep infinity dicks out, dear, the government wouldn’t need to come in and regulate that hole of yours.
Women have proven themselves not responsible enough to drive cars. So giving them complete control over the most basic function of life is absolutely insane. They won’t even use it to their own benefit – having abortions doesn’t make women happy, in fact it makes them brutally deranged. They will use the control to do whatever they are made to feel is in their benefit.
Of course, in an ideal society you wouldn’t have any Jews, so you wouldn’t have feminism being marketed to children. But that doesn’t mean you want women to have power in society. It was the Jews’ idea to give them this power in the first place, and absolutely nothing good has resulted from it.