View Full Version : Project Blitz: Evangelical nazism

12-17-2018, 05:43 PM
The game plan begins at the level of state legislatures and prayer meetings.

“The Project Blitz playbook (https://www.alternet.org/project-blitz-heres-new-plan-christian-nationalists-have-seize-even-more-power?utm_source=fark&utm_medium=website&utm_content=link&ICID=ref_fark) shows us that while the Christian right see the bills as distinct, they are also envisioning a political building process that leads to a comprehensive vision of a conservative Christian nation, and even the more totalitarian idea of conservative Christian Dominion.”

In short, it’s not progressives, whether secular or religious, who say that there’s a vast, multi-threaded, right-wing strategy involved. It’s what the religious right’s own game plan says.

While Christian nationalism revolves around “the idea that America was once, and must be again, a Christian nation,” it usually allows “some room for religious tolerance on the part of Christian nationalists,” Clarkson explained. But there is no such “tolerance from Dominionists, who have a long-term vision of organizing all of society and government according to their understanding of the Bible.”

12-17-2018, 07:50 PM
These are the people who pose the greatest threat to our democracy.

Dominionism is treason.

The scary thing is that they fully understand they're traitors, yet thus be the Will Of God.

Dominionism has no distinction from Sharia.

Ugly, perverted . . .

12-17-2018, 07:57 PM
Dominionism is Christian Sharia.

12-18-2018, 12:20 AM
When scrutinizing the message conveyed to the wold by islamists, ultraorthodox jews, and christian fundamentalists of the sort that there are plenty of in USA there is only one possible conclusion.

They all belong to the very same religion and worship the very same God in exactly the same way.
The Holy church of totalitarian fundamentalism................. whose strategy it is to infiltrate other religions..........

12-18-2018, 05:51 AM

beam reach
12-18-2018, 06:05 AM
A mandate ?

From whom ?

You are a very dangerous fraud , George Grant. A lunatic.

Jim Mahan
12-18-2018, 08:06 AM
There is nothing about or pertaining to Christ, either the historical Jesus or the concept itself, in so-called dominionism. Even if it were understood that only intent is spiritual and the dominion is over abstract, non-loving, evil, and not a physical dominion as is apparent by the arrogant heresy.

'Spread the Word into all the world,' the Gospel, which is the 'good news' that God forgives us and we are all his Children, and His Kingdom being at hand isn't pie in sky by and by. It does't mean later on in the future when asholes destroy the Earth with Armaggedon, vanquishing all the believers of anything else. Dominionism is exactly the opposite of the teaching of Jesus and His holy office of the Christ. 'Christ' being not Jesus' last name, but His mission from God, our (spiritual) Father.

The dominionists are exactly the same as the Pharisees and the other villains whom Jesus had in mind when he chastized them for defiling the temple with their money-changing.

Just like trmp-nuts, ersatz office holder, a demogogue, the very nature of which the Constitution was written to warn us about, and set up to protect ourselves from. This evil imposture of Christianity is exactly what Jesus warned us against.

The dominionists are anti-christian. trmp is the anti-American. A serious bible-studying, Jesus loving, Christian, of the sort who believes in the Rapture and a physical second coming, would be sizing up tmrp for the possibility that he's the long awaited and dreaded anti-Christ, the Devil's number two guy who will oversee the Millenium before the cosmic sh!t hits the fan.

In fact if you are into old fashioned numerology, the current president*s name adds up to equal, depending on which scriptures one uses, either 'beelzebub' or 'spawn of pimp.' Either way it's not good, not what the old testament prophets had in mind.

Edited to add: The rest of Jesus' exhortation to spread the Word, the gospel, his advice to would be followers, the ones who bought his message, was to forsake everything but that mission, to sell the house and buiness, to give up the attachments to family and whatever, for the sake of the world's immortal souls. You are supposed to spread the word so everyone who will agree with you about it will get to go to heaven with you and watch while God slays the rest of evil humanity and commits it all to hell for eternity for not saying the magic words and joining the club.

He very emphatically did not say, gird yourself with donations of cash and then send emmissaries into the world, after first building a war chest of donations from the faithful and using it to buy tv stations and Lear jets and houses in the tropics with infinity pools. Neither God nor Jesus ever mentioned anything that even remotely sounded like the so-called prosperity gospel. And your flag decal never would get you into heaven, either.

amish rob
12-18-2018, 08:51 AM
Jesus would be in favor of gender neutral bathrooms.

His homeboys were murderers and thugs. Sicarii? Really? Tax collector? Really? Anyone remember the ear in the garden? They were thugs.

But he changed that. Changed the outlook.

It’s the change in outlook born agains miss. Once they’re born again they piss backward.

But then, that’s the number one problem we have. Poop rolls downhill, and everyone only wants to get high enough on the hill to roll poop onto someone else. People only want to improve enough to be someone else’s “better”. Then, they’ve “made it”.

As if we weren’t all stupid apes.