Friday, October 5, 2007

American Dhimmitude And Christian Bashing

First, in a mock terrorist hostage situation, a U.S. school portrays the invaders as "members of a right-wing fundamentalist group called the 'New Crusaders' who don't believe in separation of church and state."

And now the CBS program Cold Case will air an episode in which a woman is stoned to death by her fellow Christians:

In the September 30 episode of the CBS forensics show, the devoutly religious teens in an abstinence club turn out to be sexually active hypocrites who murder one of their own members – by stoning her, as the Bible teaches – to keep their sins secret.

Culture and Media Institute

The irony in both these cases is that, far from being fiction, they parallel Muslim behavior, not Christian. Currently in Iran and many other Muslim societies, women are actually stoned to death as a punishment for immorality. But that is lost on American schools and broadcasting companies. Rather than risk upsetting the ever peaceful religion of Islam, our dhimmis happily take aim at the Christian faith.

I suppose it is much safer that way.

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