Friday, September 23, 2005

    Christians Do Have Rights!

    In one of my previous posts I detailed the true agenda of the ACLU - an agenda they have never changed, even referencing quotes from it's founder Roger Baldwin such as:
    I am for socialism, disarmament, and ultimately, for abolishing the state itself as an instrument of violence and compulsion. I seek social ownership of property, the abolition of the properties class, and sole control of those who produce wealth. Communism is the goal. It all sums up into one single purpose -- the abolition of dog-eat-dog under which we live. I don't regret being part of the communist tactic. I knew what I was doing. I was not an innocent liberal. I wanted what the communists wanted and I traveled the United Front road to get it.
    One of their long-term goals is to eradicate religion - mainly Christianity (they don't seem to have much problem with other religions). Their tactics is to use our courts with liberal (far-left) judges that will favor their cases, which then will set a precedence for future cases - slowly building a new foundation, one without Christianity. So very Marxist, so in line with their founder's agenda.

    From yesterday's
    This dramatic erosion of religious liberty is the result of the ACLU's deliberate, incremental strategy. The group often starts its attacks against cash-strapped organizations or legally unsophisticated governmental agencies. Many times, a forceful letter from a big-firm ACLU lawyer is enough to cause an administrator to restrict the public expression of religion.
    There is a growing number of great legal organizations that are taking on the ACLU monolith with growing success rates. Take for example the fight Liberty Legal Institute has taken on (first coming to my attention via Agape Press) - defending the free speech rights of a Texas GRANDMA being muscled by a public school district for handing out religious literature in front of a public school, on a public sidewalk. We the good people do hope and expect her and Liberty Legal to win!

    Meanwhile, the ACLU has no problems with the on-campus perversion of Ally Week in the public schools:
    While the stated goal of Ally Week is to end bullying and harassment of "gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender" (GLBT) students at schools by signing up allies and having them involved in certain activities, Cobb contends that "the reality is, it's a week of indoctrination (that gay is good) and misinformation."

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