Should this child's parents be arrested? The sign calls for murder.
Will this boy not grow up to be a terrorist if he is being taught such hatred and violence at home at this age. The picture is from Sydney, Australia. Recently, an 8 year-old boy from Australia went with his terrorist father to Syria and was photographed by him holding a severed POW's head.
This is surely child abuse. Terrorists are nothing but cowards. They have so much hate in their hearts there is no room for love and their brain is so warped that there is no room for intelligence.
Just say no to murder!
In free countries we have these awesome things called freedom of speech and freedom of religion. Christians are seen holding the same types of signs all the time, along with their kids. I don't think arresting people is the answer. Hate-filled people exist in every religion or non-religion.. you can't arrest them all, and you can't arrest them for being jerks. If we were to arrest people for being jerks sometimes, we'd all be in prison.
Christians calling for murder 'all the time'? Where? I need to go check!
Hate-filled people are everywhere, yes, but no religion is as responsible today for genocide and rape as Islam. The mother isn't being a 'jerk' - she is creating terrorists.
The Westboro Baptist Church is always calling for the deaths of this group or another group. They HATE lots of things. Christians in general would love to "nuke" all of the Muslims in the world. And vice/versa I think. HATE is the enemy.
So...has anyone carried out any murders on the behest of Westboro Baptist Church?
Atheists are just as likely as people of any non-muslim religion to be hoping for muslims to be 'nuked'. It seems Islam can't get along with anyone, especially muslims.
Ok, the KKK has definitly carried out murders and they claim to be Christian. The early Christians murdered plenty of native Americans. The inquisition was ordering death and torture daily. Every religion has its share of killing.
Ok, so you are no longer talking about Westboro, you're talking about things decades and centuries past, right?
If you can't come up with examples in today's world, perhaps you are just trying not to say what you've already realized, no?
No, the KKK continue to operate today mostly without prosecution or even notice as a lot of people agree with their actions. BTW what exactly is the question we are talking about. What is the point you are trying to make?
You know things about the KKK the police don't? How?
No specific point, I just went with the Westboro example that you gave for causing murders, then abandoned. Now its the super-secret KKK killings.
The left's hatred of Christians tickles me
I am from the south. Many "missing person" cases are rumored to be murders by the KKK and other militant groups. Most people just look the other way and refuse to get involved. Such is the way of the world, unfortunately.
See, that's where rumors are the tools of those who wish to create distrust and hatred among us. Rachel Dolezal's exposed lies are the best proof of the KKK bogeyman.
by pisean282311 8 years ago
why they criticize every other faith and sect?
by ambersagen 7 years ago
So I saw this article this evening about the newest, strangest thing the KKK is up to. Apparently the KKK is now protesting the protesters from the Westboro Baptist Church hate group. This just cracks me up. You know you're bad when ever the KKK thinks you hate to much. So what do you think about...
by James D. Preston 7 years ago
I can't say what I would do but they don't need anymore attention.
by Lela 7 years ago
Westboro Baptist church to picket the Arizona funerals. Angels coming to defense. How many think it should be the Hell's Angels? Coming to smash the Baptists to their knees?
by Melissa Barrett 5 years ago
http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2013/05/03 … 09888.htmlAs someone who has been to many, many Slayer shows, I've got to say that there are no words for how epic this would be.It might be the first step in explaining Darwinism to the WBC in a most concrete way.
by Smokes Angel 6 years ago
What do you think is the most common misconception non-Christians have about Christians?
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