Monday, August 21, 2017

Quickies: There Is No Bottom

     Today promises to be an extremely busy day, filled with lawn mowers, hedge clippers, and related implements of destruction, so I’m going to content myself – for the moment, at least – with a few words about an outrage that should get 75% of the country up in arms...though, given how ovine we’ve become in the face of Leftist savagery, it probably won’t:

     Yes, Gentle Reader, he really did say that:

     “To support a ban on immigrants & refugees, while calling yourself a Christian, is not faith, it’s white supremacy disguised as religion,” King tweeted. In a separate tweet, King called Christians’ faith “fake as a $3 bill.”

     If memory serves, Shaun King, despite his attempts to “pass,” is white. You know, like famous “civil rights activist” Rachel Dolezal. Remember her? But that’s of no enduring importance in an era when the configuration of one’s chromosomes and genitals are deemed irrelevant to one’s “gender.”

     So how about it, fellow American Christians? Are you inured to being called bigots and oppressors yet? Or are you getting nearer to that fuzzy line in the sand which, upon being crossed, prompts a man to say, “Well, if that’s what you want me to be, Rastus...” -- ? And what about the many black American Christians whom this scrofulous insult to biology has defamed? How do you feel about his slander against your faith?

6 comments:

John C. said...

I guess the ignorant fool (or is it tool?) fails to realize it was the growth of Christianity that finally overcame slavery everywhere in every land it touched. Plus, it was the Christian ethic which molded and defined the fight against slavery in America. The abolitionists were not Jews, or moslems, or Hindus or atheists but ardent Christians who laid down their lives to free the slaves.

Not only am I sick and tired of being slandered about my faith but I'm damn fed up with being accused of something I had nothing to do with. These clows should be thanking us for their Freedom.

xmaddad1 said...

I do believe that these people will require a reading from the book of Browning and perhaps the song of Psalm 1911 to express our distaste with their stories.

Francis W. Porretto said...

XMA, I was thinking of applying the jawbone of an ass, but perhaps a reading from the Venerable John Moses, supplemented by a few of the aphorisms of Blessed Brother Samuel Colt, would be more effective.

scttmtclf said...

Or the church of Eugene Stoner.....

Francis W. Porretto said...

Well, Sctt, we invoke Saint Gene of the 5.56mm Sacrament only when matters are really serious. Though it might yet come to that.

CGHill said...

There's a reason he's often referred to on Twitter as "Talcum X."