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Christians Are Not Victims of Discrimination, Liberals Say After Discriminating Against Christians

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:rolleyes:  Just wow.... talk about oblivious.

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'Non tolerance will not be tolerated'... sounds like a nightmare out of 1984.

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From the article. How many here actually read the whole long thing? This at the end synopsizes the evil liberal mindset rather well. 

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At first glance, it's difficult to understand why a liberal wouldn't be outraged at the prospect of a government in which every government official is empowered to enforce a dogmatic viewpoint, but when you understand liberal as "smug liberal," it makes more sense.

What could be more smug than to believe a Christian's deeply held beliefs can be changed through government mandated classes or the threat of government punishment if they don't get with the program?

To the smug liberal, the debate is over (they actually say that), the war is won, all that is left is the occupation ("occupy" is one of their favorite words). A little nudging (using the power of media and government) and everyone will believe what they believe. 

 

From the Article: Christians who post biblical yet unpopular views on social media can be subject to business losses or unemployment. Steve Tennes posted a message consistent with his Christian views to his Facebook page and because of that his business was excluded from the East Lansing farmer's market.

It's acceptable to exclude Christians from governmental positions. Sens. Bernie Sanders and Chris Van Hollen voted against a Trump appointee due to his orthodox Christian beliefs. When the Department of Education recently hosted a panel discussion on fatherhood, LGBT groups protested its inclusion of conservative viewpoints. 

There are attempts to force Christian hospitals to provide abortions and gender reassignment surgeries. Christian crisis pregnancy centers are being forced to promote abortion.

Christian adoption agencies have been forced out of Massachusetts and Washington, D.C. An attempt to do this in Texas failed.

Christian wedding vendors have been forced to choose between their conscience and keeping their business. Many Americans don't support religious freedom for Christians in these circumstances.

In Colorado, bakers can refuse to write a Bible verse on a cake but aren't allowed to decline to make a same-sex wedding cake. The Supreme Court will decide next year if Colorado got that one wrong.

Big government is only part of the problem. Big business also frequently discriminates against Christians. Many Christians have experienced censorship on prominent social media and video sharing websites. One site allows porn but won't allow ex-gay Christians. LGBT advocacy groups are also pressuring businesses to stop placing ads on websites offering viewpoints they dislike.

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15 hours ago, Yowm said:

'Non tolerance will not be tolerated'... sounds like a nightmare out of 1984.

It's uncanny how America has been copying the governance in that Dystopian novel and as far as I can tell since the Clinton administration. Actually, maybe even as far back as the Reagan. 

Did you ever see the Sci-Fi John Carpenter film, They Live? 
It's like 1984 in that it "opens your eyes" to the proverbial secret government or men behind the curtain that actually run the world. 

Wild film. 

 

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On 7/16/2017 at 3:32 PM, Anonymous Aristotle said:

It's uncanny how America has been copying the governance in that Dystopian novel and as far as I can tell since the Clinton administration. Actually, maybe even as far back as the Reagan. 

Did you ever see the Sci-Fi John Carpenter film, They Live? 
It's like 1984 in that it "opens your eyes" to the proverbial secret government or men behind the curtain that actually run the world. 

Wild film. 

 

I know that movie, They Live.

The money? When wearing the sunglasses the true print on our currency read, "This is your God".

It's been years since I watched that movie. Or read 1984 for that matter. But I do remember it. And it is uncanny how much of that world is actually manifesting in todays.

The TV that by Big Brother's law had to remain on 24/7, so that citizens could be watched, monitored, by BB.
We have that same thing now with the Samsung smart TV's. The company admitted it can tune in and listen to the household that has their model installed. But what is audio without visuals to put to the voices? I think they can also survey inside the houses too. But if they admitted that I bet their sales would plummet. Who wants to be watched by their television?

And being the market is competitive, Samsung can't be the only Smart TV brand out there that does the same thing.

 

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