Paul Bury #fundie #conspiracy

One of the things I noticed about the radical extremist movement to try and redefine all aspects of our lives is they grant preferential treatment to certain groups. In the standard and traditional definition of culture, morals, ethics, words, institutions, history, mental health, and more there already are certain groups that are granted preferential treatment. Do you know who those people are? They are pastors, priests, policemen, mailmen, teachers, soldiers, businessmen, and more. Notice a pattern in that group of people? The radical extremists trying to redefine everything are attacking the majority of those groups. They can’t stay at the top when they are trying to promote different groups of people to the top.

The radical extremists trying to redefine everything have decided those that openly rebel against God and His system are the people to be promoted to preferential treatment. Those that are proud of their sinful lifestyle choices belong above everyone else. Are they trying to get our entire culture struck down by lightning? Thumbing your nose at God is not a wise course of action. Yet they do it and there are plenty that go along to get along. They don’t want to be falsely accused of a hate crime by obeying God. How did America get into this situation? A pastor in Canada was jailed for merely teaching the Holy Bible. How dare he practice his religious freedom! After all it is obvious that pastors in Canada are now lower class citizens than those that are proud of rebellion against God. How much longer until that same thing happens in America?

How long does Family Friendly Gaming have? The radical extremists trying to redefine everything will come after us eventually because we point people to God.



So were we! You can find all of this, and more, on Fundies Say the Darndest Things!

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