Mychal Massie, another one of those incredibly far right African-American pundits that conservatives love so much, says America is on the verge of collapse. And wouldn’t you know it, it’s all because we’re not godly enough and we don’t hate gay people enough.
America has lost her way, and accordingly, America has lost the worldwide respect she once commanded. And no group is more aware of this than ISIS. Our Founding Fathers had a reliance upon God that they neither apologized nor retreated from. Whether we read John Adams, George Washington or the collective works of those who fought for our independence, one cannot deny that they had a dependence upon God.
But today, the “faith of our fathers” is just that – the faith of our fathers. America has turned from “In God We Trust” to trust in evil men. And as my close friend and colleague James David Manning put it, “America no longer fears God, so therefore nations no longer fear America.”
His close friend and colleague James David Manning, a man who is utterly deranged. This is the same Manning who says that the Hubble telescope proved that gay people are evil, who prays for gay people to get the Ebola virus, presumably before he can stone them to death. I’m certainly not surprised that they’re friends. Bigots of a feather and all.
ISIS and the other Muslim threats are rabid followers of a false prophet (Muhammad) and a false god (Allah), but they are zealots in their service to their pagan beliefs. They view America in light of what she supports – and let there be not one doubt that these pagans understand that the homologation of same-sex marriage, sodomy, the wholesale slaughter of 54 million unborn children, weak politically correct officials, ad nauseum are not the qualities of the enlightened; they are the traits of the damned.
What is it with Christian right bigots and their incorrect use of “pagan”? That word does not mean “anyone Mychal Massie doesn’t like.” And it certainly does not mean Muslims.