Saturday, August 6, 2011
FOX O' Reilly Demonifies Christianity
Claiming that Christianity means supporting cigarette-pharma-alcohol mercantilism
Bill O’Reilly was not pleased with the New York Times’ labeling of Anders Behring Brevik, the 32-year-old mass murderer who took at least 76 innocent lives as a "Christian Extremist." In his column, he notes that the “killer is not attached to any church, has no history of Christian activity, has openly criticized the Protestant philosophy, and has committed acts counter to all Christian teaching.”
“Anders Brevik did not kill in the name of Jesus,” O’Reilly argues. “He was not a member of a Christian-based al-Qaida-like group. He was not funded by Iran or enabled by Pakistan. He is simply a murderer, a man devoid of any spiritual conscience. A direct descendent of Cain. Yet, somehow, Brevik is now a member of a peace-loving, compassionate group, at least according to some media. He's a Christian.”
“The left well understands that Christian opposition to things like abortion, gay marriage, and drug legalization makes those liberal causes more difficult to achieve,” O’Reilly concludes. “Thus, anything that diminishes Christianity is fair game to be promoted. Every newsworthy sin committed by a Christian is highlighted with a sneering reference to hypocrisy. Any whiff of Christian intolerance is celebrated in the press.”
O'Reilly follows fake Christianity.
Such fake Christianity is exemplified by those ignoring the Book of Genesis.
It is particularly exemplified by those promoting a perversion of Revelation to kill canines and swapping the word pharmakis for sorcery. Of course such promoters of this, such as CNN's Pat Robertson don't apply this twisting the the Bible against pharmaceuticles.
Other examples of this fake Christianity include demonizing psychedelics along with high dosage of concentrated cocaine, failing to acknowledge matters of form and dosage - sort of like confusing Coffee drinking with injecting caffeine - and of course noting the just fate of the Jesuit Superior General who would have been guilty of promoting the "laws" against the safest stimulant of Coca leaf and favoring the most dangerous one of Virginia Bright Leaf Tobacco- Luis Martin.