Category Religious fundamentalists

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First Thanksgiving…Myth and Reality

In the summer of 1637, an armed force of English Puritans led an attack on the fortified Pequot village of Mystic in Connecticut, resulting in the deaths of around 500 Native American men, women, and children, though some estimate the numbers were higher.1 A pre-dawn attack on Mystic Fort that left 500 adults and children of the Pequot tribe dead, the Pequot Massacre (or the “Mystic Massacre”)2 was the first defeat of the Pequot people by the English in the Pequot War, a three-year war instigated by the Puritans to seize the tribe’s traditional land.3

Captain Masons attack on the Pequots fortified village 1637 (hand-colored-woodcut-MYPJ5H)

The Pequot War is described in the new young reader’s version of An Indigenous Peoples’ History of the United States...

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Physicans, Pastors, Predatory Politicians Destroy Democracy

Ivermectin warning yet people still take it and most die.

The concept of freedom of choice and expression is not absolute. No person has the right to broadcast misinformation about matters of health, social stability, and the right to express oneself in a democracy. Various physicians have been justifiably censored and removed from jobs that require public trust. This is especially true in the field of virology1 and the current coronavirus pandemic. Prescriptions for ivermectin have jumped to more than 88,000 per week, some pharmacists are reporting shortages and people are overdosing on forms of the drug meant for horses.2 Prescriptions for ivermectin have seen a sharp rise in recent weeks, jumping to more than 88,000 per week3 in mid-August from a prepandemic baseline average of 3,600 pe...

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Texas Republicans Are Against Pornography In Libraries and Are Supported by Republicans In Other States

Library of Alexandria artist rendition

This essay is dedicated to my well-read and erudite friend Woody Besse in Cedar Hill, Texas who puts up with my decidedly anti-Republican essays exposing the duplicity and double-talk given to education and learning, First Amendment rights and guarantees, and the equality of all people regardless of sex, gender, gender-identification, race, age, status, etc.

Burning books and other items containing knowledge is as old as time. Julius Cesar burned the Library of Alexander, that was one of the largest and most significant libraries of the ancient world. The Library1 was part of a larger research institution called the Mouseion, which was dedicated to the Muses, the nine goddesses of the arts, and all documents in it...

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Nazis Targeting Texas Jews Claiming Jesus Hates Jews

Around 10 members of the Goyim Defense League came to Austin from Florida this past weekend, hanging an anti-Semitic banner on a MOPAC overpass near the Shalom Austin Jewish Community Center on Saturday and then walking around the heavily trafficked 6th Street. “They were all wearing t-shirts with big swastikas and hats with the same,” said Renee Lafair, regional director with ADL Austin.

Nazis attack Austin, TX

The Goyim Defense League (GDL)1 is a small network of virulently antisemitic provocateurs led by Jon Minadeo II of Petaluma, California.

GDL parodies the Anti-Defamation League’s name and logo by replacing “Anti-Defamation” with “Goyim Defense”—“Goyim” being a disparaging Yiddish and Hebrew word for non-Jews...

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A “Christocrat” Plan to Turn Texas into a Theocracy Ruled By Pastors

Extremism is the reality that Texas has lovingly preserved: in politics, in religion, in enforcement (there are more crimes against humanity by police and sheriffs in Texas than in any other state) while education, health, family life and security remain low. The more hate a person can spew is the passport to political office, and ideas on working for the common good, raising education levels, acknowledging a racist past and precedents is laughed at and openly scorned.

Texas pastor Rick Scarborough (The Independent UK)

Rick Scarborough, from Pearland, Texas, a self-described “Christocrat,”1 strident anti-LGBTQ2 activist who declared AIDS to be a “homosexual disease”3 a loving (sic) god sent to punish4 “sodomites”5]–even thought AIDS strikes both genders and was found to have been diagn...

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Can Texas Republicanazis Get Any More Insane? Texas Has Competition From Iowa, Florida, Missouri, Mississippi, and the Dakotas

Woe is Texas for its Legislators’ Ignorance

In the cause of “pro-life” some Republican Texas lawmakers are seeking to provide for the potential execution of women who have abortions and the doctors who provide them, taking from the legislation off Nazi Germany (1940-1945)  Texas Republican Representative Bryan Lee Slaton has introduced the “Abolition of Abortion through Equal Protection for All Unborn Children Act.”1

Bryon Slaton and his wife Sharmen was endorsed by the TEA Party July 14, 2020 in the runoff election for Texas House District 2. He authored legislation to make abortion of any fetus capital murder and the mother who aborts the fetus is to be charged with murder and if she causes the death of a fertilized egg charged with negligent homicide...

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Religion Is Killing People

Predatory preachers, pastors, priests, prelates are killing more people with their mincing messages than any tyrant of dictator from ancient potentates to Donald Trump.

Ignorance and stupidity has led to an increasing number of deaths from COVID.

Pastor Tim Parsons died with COVID-19

Tim Parsons, pastor of Center Point Church in Lexington, Kentucky, died of COVID two weeks after catching it after Parsons ridiculed it on the church’s webpage.1 On its FAQ page the church screamed: “We don’t want to be worried because the Bible tells us not to worry. We know that God is in control and He can use all suffering to draw people to Himself. … We can also look for opportunities to turn Coronavirus conversations into gospel conversations.” All the prayers and fasting did not save Tim Parsons.2

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ISIS and Taliban Prove Allah Is Not Great, Good, or Loving, But A Monster

Bidal Philips, born in Jamaica in 1947, and raised in Canada, who considers himself a British Imam (holy leader of a congregation of Muslims after being expelled from the Philippines, and previously from several other nations),1 and a controversial Canadian Muslim preacher at the Abu Huraira mosque in Toronto, has argued hysterically, forcefully, and regularly, that since the “Prophet” (who placed himself as an equal to Jesus and called Jesus only a prophet) Mohammed “practiced it [marriage to a pre-pubescant girl], it was not abuse of exploitation, it was marriage] and assured faithful Muslim men would find a virgin only if she was younger than 9.

Afghan imam flanked by gunmen who vowed to kill all dissenters and those attempting to flee Allah

On August 26, 2021, ISIS psychopaths led suic...

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