He who passively accepts evil is as much involved in it as he who helps to perpetrate it. He who accepts evil without protesting against it is really cooperating with it. — Martin Luther King Jr, 1958

Liberals Selectively Tolerant of Theocracy

April 11, 2012   ·   By   ·   0 Comments

Isn’t it interesting how liberals are always screaming hysterically about American Christians supposedly wanting to turn the United States into a theocracy (which no Christian in his right mind wants)…

…While theirs is an attitude of “see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil” when it comes to Islam, which openly seeks theocratic world domination?

Just remember: liberals aren’t required to make sense.

Remember the “Arab spring” where the Muslim Brotherhood helped overthrow some relatively stable Muslim governments?  Remember that President Barack Obama supported these efforts?

You all know tha tour main and overall mission as the Muslim Brotherhood is to empower god’s religion on earth, to organize our life and the lives of the people on the basis of Islam to establish the Nahda of the Ummah and its civilization on the basis of Islam, and the subjugation of people to god on the earth. - Khairat Al-Shater, Deputy Guide of the Muslim Brotherhood, Alexandria, Egypt, April 21, 2001.

Remember, too, that some “Republicans” aren’t concerned about preventing Shariah law from taking hold in the United States as it has already done in Europe. There are some “Republicans” who are embarrassed that Christians belong to their party, much less acknowledge our nation’s Christian heritage…all the while being perfectly fine with anything Muslims do.

To protect our country-and our heritage-be sure to look beyond party affiliation. Both parties are infested with liberalism, these days, and a dhimmi attitude isn’t going to protect us from encroaching Shariah.

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