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Why fundamentalism of any kind is dangerous

I’m sure I’ve posted this before but the video below bears repeating:


What Crossan didn’t mention is that fundamentalist religious extremists, regardless of faith, hold God as their ultimate authority. They do not answer to a secular state. All that talk about respecting the law is just balderdash if they think they have to defy it in order to answer to a higher authority. That’s why at least one police officer in Colorado Springs is dead tonight.

They don’t care about anything but their own salvation. They might not decapitate but their victims are just as dead. And they have a lot of guns.

Better not rile them up, eh, Marco? What do you say, Ben? Ted?




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  1. Meanwhile, CNN can’t come up with a motive for the shooting at Planned Parenthood; they’re trying but nothing computes.
    He wasn’t Muslim.

    • I know right? They’re twisting themselves into knots rather than admit the guy had been conditioned to think of planned parenthood clients as despicable sub-humans

      • And admit that their own kind (the Corporate Media) had done the conditioning, or at least allowed it. 👿

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