Militant Christians

Read all about it! Militant atheists. Persecuting poor Christians and probably being secretly funded too.

Read all about it! Militant atheists. Persecuting poor Christians and probably being secretly funded too. Haven’t laughed so hard since granny got her prayer beads caught in a mangle.

The last time we checked, it’s militant Christians who’ve been doing all the persecuting, prosecuting and executing. And, we know who’s funding them: we are — every last tax-paying one of us.

It was militant Christians who destroyed the lives of generations of aboriginals; it was militant Christians who made the laws, controlled the courts and terrorized citizens of the world for centuries. And, even today, they still carry a pretty big stick.

Militant Christians have managed to adulterate our national anthem, turning it into a prayer.  They’ve made a farce of our Charters of Rights and Freedoms by insisting it be predicated on the assurance that all Canadians are believers in the “supremacy” of their god.

Ironically, calling themselves pro-life, they have killed  doctors who performed abortions in order to terrorize women into bearing children they don’t want or can’t afford to raise.

Militant Christians lobby to remove funding for medical research that could lead to the vanquishing of crippling diseases.

They strive to destroy the credibility of science (evolution) and replace it with fairy tales (creationism) as they work to replace education with indoctrination.

And they won’t rest until they are guaranteed  that no person will be legally allowed to end his or her life with any type of outside assistance no matter how unbearable the pain.

We have no problem with the Christian world view — it’s this militant Christian mind set that is so troublesome.

But, then, they are only following the example of their Jesus who is quoted in Matthew 10: Verse 35 as saying “Think not that I am come to send peace on earth; I come not to send peace but a sword.” Onward, Christian soldiers. Hopefully, there will always be enough of us militant atheists to fight back.

Fern and Laurence WaymanQualicum Beach

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