Oct 26, 2014

Professor Stange: Rancher Bundy and Christians are Threat to National Security

Remember the Cliven Bundy standoff with the Feds?
Mary Zeiss Stange calls Cliven Bundy a “Nevada deadbeat rancher” in a USA Today article. Bundy has also been called 'racist', which is part of the reason he agreed to do a political ad for an independent candidate running for office and at the same time Bundy and candidate Kamau Bakari challenge Eric Holder and his race baiting, perpetuated by all party members …
Stange is a professor and director of the Department of Philosophy and Religion at Skidmore College, a liberal arts college in Saratoga Springs, New York.
In a recent report conducted by the Michigan and Indiana universities, which is federally funded, entitled National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism; stated that “the sovereign citizen movement” like that made by Bundy's stand against the Feds, is a potent U.S. terrorist threat and more threatening than Islamist Jihadists. Christians are put into the proverbial basket along with the patriot militia, racist skinheads and neo-Nazi movement. But that is what progressive government does, puts everyone in one neat basket not affording or allowing individualism in their march toward total collectivism.
Islamic Jihadists are recruiting criminals out of our prison system and social degenerates within our society via the Internet - and their perception of a national threat is Christianity.
In the Professor Stange article, she wrote:
Since Bundy's armed standoff against federal agents in April, he has played this theme to the hilt. He recently told an audience in Utah that the almighty told him to fight a "civil war" against the federal government. His is, Bundy said, a spiritual battle. In reporting this speech, the Associated Press noted that Bundy is a Mormon. But his God sounds a lot less like the Father/Mother God of Latter-day Saints than Christian Identity's Creator God, who made only white men in his image, and thus theologically justifies the kind of racism reflected in Bundy's widely reported musing as to whether "the Negro" was better off under slavery.
Professor Stange then puts Bundy into a neat bundled basket, stating:
It's no coincidence that many factions of the Ku Klux Klan affiliate with Christian Identity. Nor that Christian Identity believers make up a rogues' gallery that includes the likes of Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh, serial bomber Eric Rudolph and Scott Roeder, the Montana Freemen member who killed abortion provider George Tiller. Roeder proudly bore the "sovereign citizen" banner.
If anyone remembers correctly, Bundy and fellow riders who approached the Feds on horseback were unarmed, although there were armed citizen militia ready to defend them if the Feds opened fire. Is this the “MO” of a terrorist? If anyone knows history, McVeigh operated on his own, indeed, the local militia would have nothing to do with him and his radical ideology. But the media and socialists like Stange, who ignores that, along with anything else that does not comply to their ideology.
This professor of philosophy and religion teaches classes at a college. One wonders just what she is teaching, when she compares Bundy to KKK (white supremacist) and neo-Nazi and McVeigh as part of the Christian 'movement' problem.
A damning article written by Daniel Politi, at notoriously socialist mouthpiece Slate, openly called Cliven Bundy a racist and states that the Independent American Party candidate, quoting the Washington Post, “has no chance of unseating Rep. Dina Titus, who is a Democrat”. I do hope the voters prove that progressive socialist, race-baiting spokesman wrong.
Professor Stange continues with her anti-Christian rhetoric, claiming …
The mainstream news media have been remarkably slow when it comes to zeroing in on the pervasive reality of hate-based Christian extremism. It is easier, after all, to blame the un-American other. In 2012, six Sikhs were killed and three wounded in Milwaukee by Wade Michael Page, a neo-Nazi skinhead. The "dangerous other" isn't always Muslim or Muslim-looking. The Millers affixed a swastika to the body of one of the two police officers they killed.
What does that paragraph have to do with a grievance between a rancher and federal agencies? If Stange knows anything about those societies, especially neo-Nazi, it is that they are political factions and not sanctioned or backed by any organized church leadership or denomination, like Catholic, Protestant, Mormon, Baptist, Methodist, Lutheran, et cetera.
Stange continues with her biased and unsubstantiated criticism …
The Bundy standoff — initially presented as prairie populism by popular media well beyond Fox News — reflects violent currents far deeper and older in American, and Christian, history. It needs to be seen for what it is — religious extremism taken to potentially lethal ends. To the extent that we as a society fail to grapple with the religious element in extremist violence, the blood is on all of our hands.
Once again, I wonder just what Stange is teaching at Skidmore College with drivel like this as part of the 'board of contributors' of USA Today.
How many mosques and synagogues have been burned, destroyed, or decimated in any way by Christians?
How many Christians have beheaded Muslims or Christians who convert or leave the church fold?
How many female children are put in bondage by Christians?
How many Christian denominations and church leadership, lead and direct their members to commit torture, rape, murder and genocide?
Progressive socialists like everything put into a neat basket, cataloged via collectivism in a neat package; while they ignore the reality of what is taking place around them. Professor Stange is one of these people.
In three days, two incidents of Islamic Jihad attacks have occurred in Canada and professor Stange is writing about the danger of Christians and how they are a threat to the infrastructure of progressive government in Washington and federal agencies because a rancher stands against oppression by tyrants who have taken control of our national government.
If a minority and individual elements commit crimes, then focus must be against Christians and those who own firearms and support the NRA or organizations like the Tea Party that demand that the government be limited as prescribed in the Constitution. Comparing those organizations and individuals like Cliven Bundy with neo-Nazi, KKK, et cetera; is like identifying Islam as a religion of peace.
People like Stange connect dots that are not there and ignore connections within the reality of the true situation and threat; which makes people like her and those she supports politically the real danger against our national security. The world just does not operate the way they perceive it.
Islam's doctrine is intolerance and violence. Christian doctrine is tolerance and demanding the right to believe that homosexuality, violent actions, and tyranny is against their religion. As long as government and people like professor Stange paint an incorrect picture of Christianity, and anyone who is against an unlimited government operated by self-proclaimed elite who want power over citizens, who sides with government officials who places Christianity on the list of enemies of the state. Churches are forced to pay into a tax system that advocates abortion, while insisting that capital punishment is inhumane - despite using lethal injections like used to euthanize animals. A big mistake of allowing government to oversee health care when they cannot manage the social security system or the US postal system. Nazi that immigrated to the US, found out, deported - have been found to be collecting social security benefits while living overseas ...
Former Auschwitz guard Jakob Denzinger lived the American dream. His company in the Rust Belt town of Akron, Ohio, thrived. By the late 1980s, he had acquired the trappings of success: a Cadillac DeVille and a Lincoln Town Car, a lakefront home, investments in oil and real estate.
Then the Nazi hunters showed up. In 1989, as the U.S. government prepared to strip him of his citizenship, Denzinger packed a pair of suitcases and fled to Germany. He later settled in this pleasant town on the Drava River, where he lives comfortably, courtesy of U.S. taxpayers. He collects a Social Security payment of about $1,500 each month, nearly twice the take-home pay of an average Croatian worker.
Denzinger, 90, is among dozens of suspected Nazi war criminals and SS guards who collected millions of dollars in Social Security payments after being forced out of the United States, an Associated Press investigation found.
Yet, Christianity is under scrutiny for their evilness and 'anti-government' ideology. They are not anti-government, they are against an unconstitutional, corrupted government - big difference.
It is no wonder that the social security system is going bankrupt between actions like aforementioned and Congress stealing from the social security 'trust' fund to cover their mismanagement of funding and overspending elsewhere within the bloated bureaucracy of federal government.
Professors and teaches like Stange are part of the problem - purveyors of myths and political lies.
Christianity as a religious whole, is based upon the teaching of Jesus the Christ, who did not preach violence or hatred even when he was unjustly tried, tortured, and murdered.  How does that compare to the clerics of caliphate Islam and its doctrine of Jihad?
I for one am tired of minority movements demanding special treatment and transgress against the rights of other citizens. 
Also read article by Robert Spencer.

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