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The United States of America, also known at the Great Experiment, has survived many adversaries, wars and economic cycles. Our Judeo-Christian religious foundation gave us three branches of government, the rule of law and an unwavering belief in God. Our religious tolerance is now a weapon used against us by atheists, Muslims and the government to destroy this foundation. Christianity is under attack across the world and the reason is simple: a national or world government must transfer faith from God to faith in the government in order to have and maintain control over people. Natural laws given to us by God and outlined in the Declaration of Independence are the complete antithesis to tyranny.
The story below of someone who tried (and failed) to blow up a war memorial because it was a cross is a symptom of ignorance, fear or anarchy. What would our founding fathers do? I really do not think that our founding fathers could have imagined our nation now after sacrificing so much. Could you imagine explaining this act of religious defiance to George Washington? Could you imagine explaining this act to your children?
As foretold from the beginning, the Great Experiment’s greatest enemies are domestic. Those who point this simple fact out are now labelled “domestic terrorists”. What else would you expect to be called by people who hate our religious foundation and “leaders” who have usurped power?
Someone ignited an improvised explosive device next to a war memorial cross that a prominent atheist group wanted removed from a public park in Coos Bay, Ore., an attorney for the city told Fox News.
An official statement on the city’s website called it an act of “criminal mischief” and stated that an ”unknown person(s) vandalized the memorial with an improvised explosive device.”
“We unfortunately are now to the point where explosive devices are being placed next to crosses,” said Hiram Sasser, director of litigation at the Liberty Institute.
The cross had been donated to the city in 1972 but had become the center of controversy recently when the Freedom From Religion Foundation sent city officials a letter demanding they remove the cross.
“We have no objection to the veterans’ memorials,” FFRF attorney Rebecca Markert wrote to the city. “Our objection is to the message of endorsement of Christianity over other religions and non-religions.”