Threats of right-wing violence have doubled in the past year. What is behind the latest upsurge in the movement to create a Christian theocratic state?
April 15, 2010
When Scott Roeder, the murderer of Wichita Kansas abortion clinic provider Dr. George Tiller, had his day in court, he spent much of his rambling self-defense quoting the words of another abortion clinic assassin, Reverend Paul Hill. In the 1990s my own research had brought me into conversation with others in the inner circle in which Hill and Roeder were at that time involved. So it was a chilling experience for me to realize that this awful mood of American Christian terrorism—culminating in the catastrophic attack on the Oklahoma City Federal Building—has now returned.
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Many of the same people who readily see how horribly oppressive the Islamo-fascist states are to women as well as LGBT/T folks have a blind eye when it comes to the West’s own homegrown theocratic oppressors. Yet Christianity has as bad a record as Islam does when it comes to committing genocide against people who do not believe the same sky daddy fantasies as they do.
The biggest problem with monotheism is it has too many gods.
No gods, No masters.