Wake up Christians! You're being cleansed from the America your ancestors formed. But who is sticking it to you? Surprise, surprise!

(I sent out this warning around eight years ago, but few believed it could happen in Americda. Now secular progressives run the country, able to now trash many of its traditions as offensive and racist under a society that has turned to socialism and the techniques of Karl Marx and Saul Alinsky.)

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You're under attack by a new but secular Third Reich entrenched on American soil, this one by the very race that was almost exterminated by the Reich itself. Many of its own members are now trying to permanently exterminate the traditions of Christian faith off the face of America as they continue their disdain for Christians with an arrogant hate that has gone on now for thousands of years.

Just examine these few events, ones among hundreds that have filled newspaper headlines for decades.

After a falling out in the previous decade, in the early 1980s many secular Jews crossed the line using their organization of choice for a mission to cleanse America of what they saw as vile Christian traditions. They would placed the cornerstone of their efforts in an organization they had secretly supported for years, one formed under the banner of civil rights . . . a concept they knew no one would dare attack. Their support and membership was only revealed when thousands of them left their organization over the issue in 1977, if you can believe this, of the civil rights of a few American Nazis executing their freedom of expression to march in Skokie, Illinois, an event that actually never took place.

Looking back at this event, an article archive in the New York Times titled, "How Free Do We Want to be," by Paul Brest, a professor of Law at Stanford University Law School and published in the Times June 8, 1986, referred to the following:

"The tolerant society Freedom of Speech and Extremist Speech in America," by Lee C. Bollinger. 295 pp. New York: Oxford University Press. $19.95.

In 1977 a neo-Nazi group applied for a permit to march in Skokie, Ill., a suburb of Chicago whose large Jewish population includes survivors of German concentration camps. When the permit was denied, the American Civil Liberties Union filed suit, arguing that the free speech clause of the First Amendment protected the group's right to march. The issue stirred up a broad national controversy; several thousand ACLU members resigned in protest.

Ultimately, the courts said the Nazis could march in Skokie. (They didn't, but held a brief demonstration in downtown Chicago instead.) Whether the Constitution should protect speech that defames religious and racial groups or advocates totalitarian government has long been controversial.

Neither the language of the First Amendment nor the history surrounding its adoption answers these and other difficult questions concerning its scope and application. Rather, courts have muddled along as they do in most areas of law, their doctrines both relying on and giving rise to theories, or models, of the amendment. In ''The Tolerant Society,'' Lee Bollinger, a professor at the University of Michigan Law School, criticizes two standard theories and proposes a third.

The ''classical model,'' whose proponents include John Stuart Mill and Oliver Wendell Holmes, is based on a vision of citizens engaging in vigorous debate, from which truth will emerge and triumph if government does not inhibit it by censorship. Holmes wrote, ''When men have realized that time has upset many fighting faiths, they may come to believe . . . that the best test of truth is the power of the thought to get itself accepted in the competition of the market.''

Mr. Bollinger argues that the classical theory ignores the ease with which public opinion can be manipulated in an age of mass communications; we can no longer believe that truth inevitably prevails in the marketplace of ideas.

This secular Jewish organization had already been established as the American Civil Liberties Union, or the ACLU. It had been started by its founder, Roger Nash Baldwin, a devote Socialist and Communist sympathizer born of wealthy Boston, Massachusetts, parents and one who wanted total control over the organization's membership list. That's ironic as it is the exact same reason the ACLU sued the Boy Scout's of America, saying they were discriminating on who could join.

(Note: The ACLU of Illinois had sued saying the Pentagon's sponsorship of Boy Scout activities violated the First Amendment. The ACLU argued that direct government sponsorship of the group amounts to discrimination. The outrage must have been great from America's grass roots, as the word spread to Scouting parents across the country. The U.S. Senate responded by voting 98-0 in the dark of night to allow the Scouts to come onto U.S. military land, the vote overriding the ACLU's suit.

This event also helped to illustrate the ACLU's absolute influence on the reporting of events in today's so-called free press, it's supporters and members, many who are executive managers of newspapers, were able to withhold the news of this vote as few newspapers seemed to feel the need to carry the story. In essence, while the story was well published on the Internet, newspaper editors had successfully kept what the Senate had done for the Scouts from their readers and those outlets that pick up the news from the press.

It looked as if newspapers across the land didn't want to print a story that was positive to the Boy Scouts of America, fearing it would dirty their print rollers. Bill O'Reilly of Fox News had even commented that the story probably wouldn't be picked up by many in the mainstream press.)

In their mission, these secular Jews of the ACLU had to first make sure there would be a solid court case on the books that would be in their favor, one that would read that any religious symbol or religious free speech on government property would be a violation of the Constitution, calling it an issue of the "Separation of Church and State."

Once having achieved that goal, they hid their cloak-of-intent under the banner of civil rights and initiated their national plan. It started with an action in the dark of winter in the early 1990s, ACLU members driving secretly around streets in Northern New Jersey and looking for dangerous lighted Santa Clauses or blinking reindeer stuck in court house lawns during the annual Christian Christmas holidays, with intent to sue to remove these offensive Christian trinkets. They had to know this action would create laws that would hopefully sweep across the country from sea to shining sea. It did.

Then in their new arrogance, they systematically went after little crosses on city flags along with pictures of religious symbol hanging in the offices of insignificant government officials in town halls across the country, items simply put there with the same intent of family photos. The threat of law suits from the ACLU's Washington, D.C. lawyers on these tiny town officials looked more like actions of enthusiastic Fascists of WWII.

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Without mercy these members of the ACLU continued on, as if worshiping the Golden Calf, even against their Old Testament's writing of the Ten Commandments where ever they could find them, even in national parks. In their zeal they would not allow even a single stone to remain unturned, ensuring any references to Christian religious tradition would not be left untouched by the ACLU. And not one remained under the ACLU's mission of absolute cleansing.

Their mission has evolved today right down to the attacking of tiny insignificant road signs that are located on the edge of roads at the entrances to small towns . . . the ones that inform drivers entering the city limits as to where local churches can be found for personal worshiping, a freedom that had been guaranteed by the Constitution of the United States of America since its inception.

Now Alan Sears writes in his article titled, "Five years after 9/11, the ACLU considers Christians the terrorists," that the ACLU is not just interested in these little road signs, but now looking at the names of the cities themselves:

In Las Cruces, New Mexico, the ACLU is actually waging war on the very name of the community: “cruces,” you see, means “crosses,” and we all know what those Spanish priests must have meant by that. No telling how many unwitting travelers, bound for Albuquerque, have found themselves mysteriously compelled to embrace Christianity, just glancing at the “Now Entering ...” sign. Better we just call the place “Las,” and get it over with.

But, of course, where does that stop? Los Angeles (“The Angels”)? San Francisco (“Saint Francis”)? What are we going to do about the Jefferson Memorial, where the government has etched in stone the Declaration of Independence proclamation that Americans have been “endowed by their Creator with certain Unalienable Rights?”

These secular Jewish Nazis of the ACLU are ironically lead today by the philosophy of their members, who act like the former SS of Nazi Germany and well represented by former ACLU Jewish lawyers such as Michael Kross. Kross, as a guest on cable television news on Hannity and Colmes, had laughed that the Jewish Old Testament calling it a myth, Colmes surprisingly saying nothing to back up the historic document, himself of Jewish faith.

Then more recently in 2006, Kross sneered on Glenn Beck's cable program on CNN that people who believed in Christ believed in a fairy tale, scoffing at their faith as if he was the all-knowing Hitler of religion.

His actions can be seen as no different in intent than the SS of old, which told Jews they had defects that made them less than German, Kross now telling Christians through the ACLU they were stupid believing in Mother Goose Tales . . . delighted to cleanse these idiots, who believe in what he sees as fairy tales, from the Americas landscape.

You can also see the heart of the ACLU through a statement made by its Louisiana director, who was reported to have said, “They [the Christians] have always crossed the line of separation of church and government,” Cook said. “They believe they answer to a higher power, in my opinion… which is the kind of thinking you had with the people who flew airplanes in the buildings in this country.”

Therefore, the ACLU through its Jewish membership sees Christians as less than the Jews, as the Germans had seen the Jews as less than the Germans. My, you can't get any more arrogant than this, as if a flea floating down a river on his back with an erection and screaming for the draw bridge to rise.

Last year the Anti-Defamation League even declared war on Christians, saying Christians were taking over America. It was as if George Washington was really George Goldman. Other ACLU members, such as professor Alley of Virginia, who is reported to be helping the state to remove the Ten Commandments from its high schools, wrote in the forward of one of his books that he and his wife had advised their young son that the Jewish Old Testament had been written by ancients, who didn't understand what they were seeing not having the wisdom of today's secular Jews.

Hosted by the Pirates Who Don't Do Anything, Gideon is the incredible story of one of the greatest heroes of all time -- the story of a man carefully chosen to defend his people against an undefeated army of over 30,000 excessively hairy and malevolent pickles.

In other words, these Jewish secular intellectuals like Kross and Alley of the ACLU, represented in the tens-of-thousands by other members of the ACLU, are now trying to rewrite their God's Biblical history, just as the Minimalists are also doing today, ones who dig for artifacts in Israel while proclaiming that until they can find that "Jewish Rosetta Stone," even King David will be seen only as a faux character out of "Veggie Tales."*

Now a Jewish film maker is creating a film that mocks the murder of a famous Christian film producer, Mel Gibson, acting like the Pharisee of old that had hung Christ out to dry on the cross, those arrogant priest of old not having the balls to do it themselves as the secular Jews of the ACLU have evolved to today.

And while secular Jews of the ACLU deny their Old Testament, they have by their own tongues condemned Israel to death through proclaiming that Moses and God's Promised Land are the writings of fairy-tale authors within the structure of a faux Old Testament.

In other words, to put it in plain English, Israel was really built on a myth with most Jews today believing the land never existed as given to them by their God. So does this mean it's a "never mind," concerning that event in 1948 when Christians of the West came to the aid of Jews around the world?

Yep, you finally got it. Pass "GO" and collect $200.

As these secular Jews of the ACLU continue their war against everyday Christians in America, those Orthodox Jews who have kept their faith in this country along with those secular Jews who have no interest in the ACLU's mission, are concerned with some outraged at the millions who have left their faith behind now instead dedicating their lives instead to the extermination of Christians traditions, traditions that have evolved in the United States since its inception over two-hundreds years ago.

It was even being reported in the fall of 2005 that Rabbis, who had admitted that close to 75% of Jews are now secular, were asking Jews to actually stop suing Christians through their organization. Guess which one? That's right, the ACLU! Pass "GO" again and collect another $200.

You can't make this stuff up.

No wonder the Bible reads that the God of the Jews didn't even want to look at them, kicking them off His land as if spitting out the seeds of a spoiled fruit, reported to be limiting their numbers in His end times.

I guess the ancients made that one up, too.


* See how their silent discrimination works even in the back rooms of corporations in the canyons of the so-called diverse land of New York City, as they even have no shame in controlling the thoughts of little American children, "N" not even blinking as executives carves up one of the most popular cartoons in America, Veggie Tales.

Oh, sorry, we took the "BC" out of "NBC, not wanting the network's name to look like a religious symbol. We wouldn't want those important executives at "N" wetting their panties, worried about keeping their jobs so they can pay those huge mortgages up there in the backwoods of Westchester County with towns sporting safe little yuppie names like Katonah and Mt. Kisco, New York.




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