A Call for Kristallnacht Against Christians

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Front Page Mag: “All murals and stained glass windows of white Jesus, and his European mother, and their white friends should also come down. They are a gross form of white supremacy. Created as tools of oppression. Racist propaganda. They should all come down.”

That was a June 22 tweet from Shaun King, and the “far-left activist,” wasn’t done.

“Yes I think the statues of the white European they claim is Jesus should also come down. They are a form of white supremacy. Always have been,” King tweeted. “In the Bible, when the family of Jesus wanted to hide, and blend in, guess where they went? EGYPT! Not Denmark. Tear them down.” Read More …

Opinion: Who is Shaun King?

  • Former (failed) preacher
  • Former BLM leader
  • Former Social Justice writer for NY Daily News
  • Current Narcissist
  • Current Marxist-Leninist reactionary
  • Current writer-in-residence at Harvard Law School’s Fair Punishment Project
  • Accused by critics of being white

Excerpt: Christian Network News:

The Fake News does not share with you that this fraud was once a pastor and preacher of the gospel.

“So why, if he was a pastor, is he now calling for the destruction of Whitey and Jesus?

What gospel was he preaching, what were his beliefs is the question? Was it the Black Liberation Theology gospel?  Galatians 1:6-10 and 2nd Corinthians 11:2-4

Got Questions – Black liberation theology is an offshoot of the South American liberation theology, which is largely humanistic, attempting to apply Christian theology to the plight of the poor. Black liberation theology focuses on Africans in general and African-Americans in particular being liberated from all forms of bondage and injustice, whether real or perceived, whether social, political, economic, or religious.

The goal of black liberation theology is to “make Christianity real for blacks.” The primary error in black liberation theology is its focus. Black liberation theology attempts to focus Christianity on liberation from social injustice in the here and now, rather than in the afterlife. Jesus taught the exact opposite: “My kingdom is not of this world” (John 18:36). Have blacks/Africans and especially African-Americans been treated unfairly, unjustly, and evilly in recent history? Absolutely! Should one of the results of the gospel be the end of racism, discrimination, prejudice, and inequality? Again, yes, absolutely (Galatians 3:28)! Is deliverance from social injustice a core principle of the gospel? No.”

Sadly, many look for direction and purpose in life as the song goes in all the wrong places. No man suffered injustice more than the Savior who came to free men from his sins. He was maligned, spat upon, ridiculed and hung on a cross suffering the most horrific death imaginable, as prophesied by David 1000 years before it happened.

12 Many bulls have surrounded Me;
Strong bulls of Bashan have encircled Me.
13 They gape at Me with their mouths,
Like a raging and roaring lion.

14 I am poured out like water,
And all My bones are out of joint;
My heart is like wax;
It has melted within Me.
15 My strength is dried up like a potsherd,
And My tongue clings to My jaws;
You have brought Me to the dust of death.

16 For dogs have surrounded Me;
The congregation of the wicked has enclosed Me.
They pierced My hands and My feet;
17 I can count all My bones.
They look and stare at Me.
18 They divide My garments among them,
And for My clothing they cast lots. Psalm 22:1-18

Racism and injustice will continue (2 Thess. 2:7) as the world approaches the end of this age (Matthew 28:20), without looking for Christ the only One who saves (John 5:24).

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