Monday, April 6, 2015

The Age of the Wolf: violent Christianic groups proliferating

1. The Army of God

2. Eastern Lightning, a.k.a. the Church of the Almighty God

3. The Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA)

4. The National Liberation Front of Tripura

5. The Phineas Priesthood

6. The Concerned Christians
A large number of independent studies have agreed that since the 9/11 mass murder, more people have been killed in America by non-Islamic domestic terrorists than jihadists. That fact is also apparent in the new SPLC study of the 2009-2015 period. Federal agencies must reinvigorate their work in studying and analyzing the radical right, helping law enforcement agencies around the country understand and counter the very real threat of domestic terrorism from the milieu that produced mass murderer Timothy McVeigh. [Southern Poverty Law Center]
Christianic white supremacist, misogynist, pariah and witless GOP pawn, Steve Sibson, will compete with Kevin Kenkel and Twyla Mah for the open one-year Mitchell school board term.

Sibson is a 'special' case, if you get my drift. He reminds readers of Madville Times that former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney answers to Santa Satan before country.

A perennial loser, Sibson suffers from paranoid delusions and acute depression.

Sibson's Religionist Right is resisting parts of Common Core because the standards stress human influence on climate change, genocide of indigenous by colonizers, gender equality and social justice.

The city's election is scheduled for June 2.

Read more at Raw Story.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...


Why you believe what you believe, it isn’t what you have been led to believe

What we learn from the 5 stages of grief
Denial
Anger
Bargaining
Depression
Acceptance

The beauty of acceptance
Freedom to focus on what you influence
Freedom to leave people to their own chosen misery
Freedom to ask questions vs. being given answers
Freedom to be who and what you really are
Freedom to work in the now
Freedom of true understanding

What you should do for your own sanity
Speak the truth but don’t push it
Find others like you and get shit done
Dedicate yourself to learning and doing
Critically examine any issue of concern with these questions
Does this effect me?
Can I do anything about it?
If it effects me how do I adapt to it?
If I can do something is it really meaningful if I do?

Some realities you must accept if you are to be happy
Psychopaths run the world and will for quite a bit longer
Focusing your thoughts on something only effects you, not the outcome
Those in power want your participation, they don’t care how, just that
Your true power is in your “active apathy”
Your job is to do the best you can for you and your family
Most people you know will never get it, specifically if you try to “make them understand”

In the end, your life is yours to live, live not for another man, ask none to live for you
Embrace anarchy, it is for those who are ready for it, not something to be hoisted upon others

skip 7 min to skip adds

http://www.thesurvivalpodcast.com/reclaiming-our-minds

larry kurtz said...

Nothing is impossible.
I own my every word and my every action.

Anonymous said...

My point exactly. This is a introduction to a podcast,at bottom.

Steve Sibson said...

Larry, the Raw Story piece fits Hickey much better than it fits my positions.

larry kurtz said...

You scare me, Sibby.

Anonymous said...


Larry,

I would of loved to throw these guys including the usual suspect God Squad legislators into the Power Exchange BDSM/Anything goes Sex Club in San Francisco back around 2002 and lock them in. Some would freak out and I'll bet some of these hypocrites would not want to ever leave.

Lynn

larry kurtz said...

Lynn, locking Sibby in his own hell and in restraints is the best thing for everybody.