Sunday, June 19, 2016

The Southern Baptist Convention Attempts to Create Another Hitler

Via Ryan

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This week marked the annual meeting of the Southern Baptist Convention, by far America’s single largest Protestant denomination.  At the meeting, the SBC passed Resolution 7 condemning the display of the Confederate Battle Flag beyond basically that of a gravemarker and once again accusing their forefathers of imaginary sins.  This predictably caused outraged among those people, particularly white Southerners like me, who view the Confederate flag as part of our ethnic identity.

There are many points that could be made at length in response to this resolution: the irony of the SBC retaining their name after this, the case that the U.S. flag is far more evil than the Confederate flag by the standards of the resolution, the injustice of making it harder to minister to whites in order to make it easier to minister to blacks, the SBC’s plainly stating in that very resolution that they aren’t having trouble ministering to minorities, the application of this standard to any political symbol because it will always be offensive to someone, the transgression which this resolution makes against the fifth and ninth commandments, and so on.  But frankly I’m a bit tired of making those points over and over again every time something like this comes up.  Someone always pipes up asking what the big deal is, “it’s just a flag” or whatever.  And you know what, taken in isolation in the grand scheme of things, they’re not entirely wrong.  But these things never happen in isolation.

Over the past couple of years, white Southerners have faced a widespread and determined assault on our heritage, symbols, monuments, graves, and identity by secular and governmental forces.  At the exact time we needed the church to come up beside us and defend the right of every people to their heritage and symbols, they chose to twist the knife instead.  This combined with Resolution 12 calling for the third-world floodgates to be opened via the mass immigration of refugees and their defense of using SBC funds to build mosques in America forms a rather sinister overall picture.

Together these three form a three-pronged weaponization of Christianity against white people, particularly white Southerners.The wholesale ethnic replacement of white Americans in their own homeland
The wholesale ethnic replacement of white Americans in their own homeland
The forcing of white Americans to fund their own dispossession
The forbidding of white Americans from displaying political symbols used as rallying points against this dispossession

13 comments:

  1. My ex-father in law is a sbc preacher and once was a Director of Missions for three counties in LA... [(Lower Alabama) for you ignorant yankees, "TIC"] The family, including myself were fairly connected and busy in the politics of sbc, what I saw, heard and was exposed to would shake your foundation in man. I no longer will set foot in a sbc afflicted Baptist Church. People need to step away and refuse to associate with it. Even back when I was in, they wanted to import more third worlders to bolster their flock. They openly discussed one world leadership and how they could an advantage to it. And to think the sbc elite calls themselves "christians..."

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  2. What Cederq said. I remember my Independent Baptist preacher talking about how bad they were and that was back in the 50's in Miami.
    (Terry in Fla with a new log on)

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  3. The 65 million Baptists scum we unfortunately have living among us are the most mortal enemies that true Christians have ever faced. Their CRIMINAL nature of their stupidity has already cased/enabled – over TWO HUNDRED MILLION INNOCENT HUMAN BEING to be murdered or seriously wounded.
    They call for the total destruction of civilization.
    Just think how many evil-type politicians they have enabled
    to be elected.

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    1. Trurn back the clock to the 1950's and keep it there.

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    2. I just checked and it is only 16 million. All I am concerned about is the recent Confederate Flag travesty and their support of the Mosque.

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  4. Well, I told my wife earlier that she would sit alone. But I don't suffer insults lightly.

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    1. I was under the impression that you were mainly confined to your bed/house, but that's good you can go out.

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  6. https://vanishingamericanii.com/2016/06/15/and-i-repudiate-them/

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    1. Thanks. http://freenorthcarolina.blogspot.com/2016/06/and-i-repudiate-them.html

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