Bryan Fischer: Backward Christian Soldier

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BACKWARD CHRISTIAN SOLDIERS - The American Family Association wants to ship Muslims back from whence they came because they're all evil killers. Perhaps they should read up on the Christian Crusades of the Middle Ages. Wasn't that supposed to have been the final solution for those pesky, blaspheming infidels?

The American Family Association’s Director of Issues Analysis, Bryan Fischer, has suggested that Muslims are such pariahs in his America we should “graciously assist” them right out of the country. There is so much wrong with his public statements it’s hard to tell where to start, but let me try by using his own words, with slight modifications in parentheses, to demonstrate the “logic” of his argument.

“The most compassionate thing we can do for Muslims (Christians) who have already immigrated here is to help repatriate them back to Muslim (Christian) countries, where they can live in a culture (theocracy) which shares their values, a place where they can once again be at home, surrounded by people who cherish their deeply held ideals. Why force them to chafe against the freedom, liberty, and civil rights (that our Constitution guarantees and which) we cherish in the West?”

“Muslims (Christians) continue to have as their objective the Islamization (Christianization) of the entire world, including the U.S., and are taught by their god to use force (force, hate, and discrimination) where necessary to accomplish the goal. The current objective of Muslim (Christian) activists is to create a brand new Islamic (Christian) state – meaning a state like New Jersey or Montana – out of existing jurisdictions and establish a virtual Islamic (Christian) homeland in our midst.”

“Many Muslims (Christians) are on our shores on student visas and as such have not yet become citizens. We must politely decline their request for naturalization becoming an American citizen is a privilege, not a right and use the money we would otherwise spend on their welfare, their education, their medical care, and their incarceration to graciously assist them in returning to their countries of origin.”

“Those who are willing to convert to Christianity (Islam, Judaism, Atheism, or any other belief system) and renounce Islam, Allah, Mohamed (Jesus and the apostles) and the Koran (Bible) may be welcomed, for they can become not just good Christians (citizens) but true Americans.”

There you have it Mr. Fischer, a good long look in the warped mirror you call Christianity in (almost) your own words. I can’t believe any Christian worth their salt would endorse your odious hatred, much less call to enact it – but sadly, I know some will.

I’m an Atheist today at least partially because of righteous, intolerant, asscakes like you. However, I was raised a Christian and believe that all religions, Islam included, have a right to exist in this country lest we become a stinking pit of sectarian servitude like Afghanistan, Iran, or any number of other equally intolerant, brutal, and religiously-motivated excuses for governance. Even though I’m an Atheist, I know this as a former Christian and friend of moderate Christians everywhere:

When you and your ilk show up at St. Peter’s gate, God is going to be one pissed off deity and I hear from the Bible he doesn’t suffer fools like you gladly.

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8 thoughts on “Bryan Fischer: Backward Christian Soldier

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  2. Good right after the backwards unchristain clowns get finished shipping the Muslims back where they came from, the American indigenous Indian populations get to start shipping the Christians back to Europe where they came from ….. then 500+ years of unchristain actions in this continent by the invading euro-trash can begin to be undone …..

  3. @ChristianLibrul: You’ve never actually been to Argentina, have you?

    As to the article – what do you expect? These people do not deal in reality, but in some Paranoia Fantasyland where the only “real” Americans are WASP’s and anyone else is some kind of illegal interloper. They inhabit what filmmaker Antony Thomas called “an imaginary America of folk memory”, a place that never was except in myth. So of course the real world looks scary and intolerable to them.

  4. Not surprising that people who equate American culture with the Christian religion should equate Islam with the cultures of Middle East countries. Just because a few Muslim countries enjoy nothing better than a good stoning on a Saturday night doesn’t mean that is the universal spirit of Islam.

  5. AFA theofascists, teagaggers, birthers, and made-up-oath keepers can move to Argentina. Descendants of the last bunch of secessionist traitors will welcome you all with open arms. They still hold plantation balls complete with confederate traitor uniforms and Scarlett O’Hara gowns. (Note to neo-confederate traitors: Confederate traitors married locals down there, so their descendants are short, brown and speak Spanish. Ironic, isn’t it?)

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  7. Greetings from Rhode Island, the smallest state with the biggest attitude. We’re halfway between Boston and New York, so immigration is our entire history.
    There are two mosques I can identify off the top of my head– one in a rural/suburban area, one next to a car wash in a working class neighborhood. I think that one is attended mostly by American-born converts to Islam, as well as recent immigrants, and people who are concerned about their cars and are persuaded to attend a service. Across the street is a congregation which is as Bible-believing as is possible, but their services are in Spanish.
    Let me set the American Family Association straight. When I was growing up there were only two types of people you needed to know about–
    Catholic and Non-Catholic.
    That still rules in Rhode Island. You Family Association heretics had just better repent.

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