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Bloody Hands: The Southern Poverty Law Center

Larry1764 Wrote: Feb 11, 2013 8:29 PM
Isn't the proper attitude of true Christians to always stand up for the right thing, always refuse to do the wrong thing, and trust God to protect them from any "opposition" (if God wants to; and to die for their faithfulness, if God doesn't want to protect them)? Maybe the eulogies for the slain Christians should contain comments about how sad that the killers reject God, etc., but most of the rhetoric I see here doesn't seem to have that Christian attitude which would prevent fanning the flames of violence against those who oppose our belief. It's difficult for God to work through people who label themselves Christian but who don't live like Christ who, "was led like a lamb to the slaughter, and as a sheep before her shearers is silent,

Long before homosexual activist Floyd Corkins entered the D.C.-based Family Research Council (FRC) with the intent to commit mass murder, I warned from the rooftops that the hard-left Southern Poverty Law Center’s anti-Christian “hate group” propaganda might spur such bloodshed. With a column headlined, “Liberal violence rising,” I wrote, “The SPLC’s dangerous and irresponsible (‘hate group’) disinformation campaign can embolden and give license to like-minded, though less stable, left-wing extremists, creating a climate of true hate. Such a climate is ripe for violence.”

Tragically, my deepest fears were realized.

Then, in August, days after Corkins was heroically disarmed by FRC...