Lee Duigon is a Christian Reconstructionist, which means he advocates actually making the Old Testament Mosaic law the civil and criminal law of the land. That makes him a fascist. So when he declares atheist activists to be his enemy, I’ll happily accept that designation.
Why do “young believers”—if indeed this is true, and not just a projection from the minds of exalted high surrender monkeys—think the world is right to embrace sin, and the church wrong to reject it? If they do believe that, it’s only because the churches and Christian parents have refused to obey God’s command to teach their own children, and entrusted Christian children’s education to anti-Christian schools controlled by anti-Christian teachers’ unions.
You don’t have to have the military genius of Hannibal or Patton to figure out that allowing the enemy to train your troops is a very bad idea.
Gasp! Did I say “enemy”? That’s not very winsome, is it? Sorry, but I don’t do winsome. The teachers’ unions, the homosexual activists, the atheist militants, the abortion fans who chant “Hail, Satan,” and the statist schmucks who staff “human rights” agencies really are the enemy.
They must be defeated. Not charmed, not appeased, but put out of business. And the way to do that is by depriving them of their food and fuel—our children’s souls and minds.
I’m fine being the enemy of people like this. I bet you are too.
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