WHY NO SEPARATION OF SYNAGOGUE AND STATE? – Mike King

February 27, 2019 by · Leave a Comment 

Nearly 100 years ago, 1925 to be precise, the citizens of Bladensburg, Md. erected a 40-foot tall stone cross to honor the memory of 49 local young men whose lives were tragically pissed away in Woodrow Wilson’s infamous war for Globalism and Zionism. Now, a group of local atheists want the structure relocated off of public property, or destroyed and replaced with something less offensive to their delicate sensibilities — such as a “slab or “obelisk” as they propose in their Supreme Court brief. The local leader of this anti-Christian crusade, while acknowledging that all of dead soldiers were probably Christians, gives us his twisted reasoning for wanting the monument replaced:

From the article:

“Mr. Edwords, who is challenging the cross, said that ‘it’s probably true that they were all Christians.’

But he added that the looming cross, especially when illuminated at night, sends a message about religious favoritism rather than remembrance.

Source: WHY NO SEPARATION OF SYNAGOGUE AND STATE?

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