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"Don't let anyone
   claim to be a true American. Don't let them claim the tribute of
   American patriotism if they ever attempt to remove religion from
   politics."
George Washington's farewell address

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U.S. District Judge Myron Thompson ruled Monday that the monument Moore installed at his own expense goes too far in promoting religion. He ordered it removed within 30 days, and said that if it isn't gone in the time, an injunction will then be issued forcing Moore to remove it within 15 days.

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Myron Thompson is now U.S. Public Enemy Number One.

What he provided is all the proof we need that "The Interfaith Alliance" is controlled by jews, represents a very small percentage of the American people, and is more than willing to LIE to advance their hideous anti-Christian agenda. 

But let's first determine if their statements can stand the light of sunshine.

“By displaying the Ten Commandments in the State Judicial Building, Justice Moore has usurped the role of private individuals and faith communities in shaping their own religious practices and views,” the brief states. Governmental efforts to promote religion drain religious practices and beliefs of their spiritual significance, thereby depreciating, rather than revitalizing, religion.”

Is this a statement that the majority of Americans would support, or do they vehemently oppose efforts by a small "offended" minority, made up mostly of jews, to distort the pristine message of Christianity and the sanctity of the Holy Bible?  Even the now-discredited Gallup Organization reported that three quarters of Americans were in favor of "Allowing public schools to display the Ten Commandments".   But does that matter?  No, not really, particularly when you consider how the Holy Bible instructs us to handle a small amoral minority group such as this:

"They speak of you with evil intent; your adversaries misuse your name. Do I not hate those who hate you, O LORD, and abhor those who rise up against you? I have nothing but hatred for them; I count them my enemies", Psalms 139:21

"You shall do no injustice in judgment; you shall not be partial to the poor or defer to the great, but in righteousness shall you judge your neighbor", Leviticus 19:15

"You shall not show partiality in judgment; you shall hear the small as well as the great; you shall not be afraid in any man's presence, for the judgment is God's", Deuteronomy 1:17

"...we command you, brethren, on the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, that ye withdraw yourselves from every brother that walketh disorderly, and not after the tradition which he received of us", 2 Thessalonians 3:6

"Be ye not unequally yoked together with unbelievers: for what fellowship hath righteousness with unrighteousness?" 2 Corinthians 6:14

Forget about what judeo-Christian preachers say about loving our enemy--our Holy Bible instructs us to "hate those who hate you, O LORD, and abhor those who rise up against you", just as federal judge Myron Thompson rose up against You, O LORD.

“Posting the Ten Commandments in government buildings does religion no favors and makes a mockery of the Establishment Clause’s command that government refrain from giving preference to religion,” Hollman said. “This brief asserts what many know to be true — that religion flourishes best when the separation of church and state is protected.”

Do most Americans agree with this?  Is this consistent with what our Christian Founding Forefathers said or wrote, or how they acted?   Is this consistent with the Holy Bible that 264 million putative Christians in this putative Christian nation are supposed to follow?

The answer to all three questions is "no", unless we are to believe that three quarters of Americans favor the posting of the Ten Commandments in public schools BECAUSE they want to "make[] a mockery of the Establishment Clause’s command that government refrain from giving preference to religion".  There's no provision in the US Constitution for "separation of church and state".  This is an intentional misrepresentation of a term used by Thomas Jefferson in a private letter written long after the Bill of Rights was adopted.

But best of all is their insistence that empowering a jew judge in some remote part of the US to prohibit the "free exercise of religion" of citizens in Alabama thousands of miles away somehow means that "religion flourishes best when the separation of church and state is protected".  The obvious implication here is that it's only the religious rights of the jew judge, and not those of 264 million putative Christians in this Christan land, which must be upheld.

It may be true that this whiney minority wants only Myron Thompson to have such a right--but it's patently false to proclaim that the majority of Americans agree, or that the Holy Bible endorses such a claim.

The brief notes that no uniform version of the Ten Commandments exists and that various religions adhere to “a version with particular phrasing, composition, and ordering.”

There's no need to question if there's any veracity to this claim.  It's an obvious, patently false statement.  There's no other writing in human history which has been translated into so many different languages and understood by so many different people, than the Holy Bible--and every version contains exactly the same Ten Commandments.  The Ten Commandments themselves, of every language, in every country, by every "interpretation", make a LIE of this statement.

Twenty-one Alabama Baptists were among the clergy and religious leaders who joined the brief. The list of clergy and religious leaders also included Disciples of Christ, Epis-copal, Jewish, Presbyterian, Unitarian-Universalist and United Church of Christ representatives.

 

And these church "leaders" question why their membership plunged as the number of Christians in the US exploded?  These are lost sheep who aren't worth speaking with, much less saving.

Let them eat cake.  Liberian cake.  Or Madagascar cake.

 

 

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Alabama clergy join BJC brief opposing 10 Commandments display

More than 40 Alabama clergy and religious leaders from a variety of denominations and faith traditions have joined an amicus brief opposing a Ten Commandments monument placed in the State Judicial Building by Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore.

Prepared by the Baptist Joint Committee, the friend-of-the-court brief supports a challenge to the constitutionality of the 5,300-pound monument filed by two civil liberties organizations.

According to the brief, which was filed Aug. 21 in U.S. District Court in Montgomery, Ala., the Ten Commandments display threatens the values underlying the Establishment Clause by disrespecting freedom of conscience, corrupting religion and creating social conflict and religious strife.

Moore, known for his earlier refusal to remove a Ten Commandments display from his circuit courtroom in Etowah County, Ala., helped workers place the granite display in the State Judicial Building after close of business on July 31, 2001.

The monument, which is engraved with the Ten Commandments, also includes engravings of religious excerpts from the Pledge of Allegiance, the Alabama Constitution and the Declaration of Independence, as well as religious statements by some of the nation’s founders.

“By displaying the Ten Commandments in the State Judicial Building, Justice Moore has usurped the role of private individuals and faith communities in shaping their own religious practices and views,” the brief states. &#x201Governmental efforts to promote religion drain religious practices and beliefs of their spiritual significance, thereby depreciating, rather than revitalizing, religion.”

K. Hollyn Hollman, Baptist Joint Committee general counsel, said the diverse group of clergy who joined the brief demonstrates the importance this issue has for all people.

“Posting the Ten Commandments in government buildings does religion no favors and makes a mockery of the Establishment Clause’s command that government refrain from giving preference to religion,” Hollman said. “This brief asserts what many know to be true — that religion flourishes best when the separation of church and state is protected.”

Americans United for Separation of Church and State and the Alabama affiliate of the American Civil Liberties Union filed suit against Moore on behalf of Stephen R. Glassroth, Beverly Howard and Melinda Maddox.

The brief contends that the Ten Commandments display violates the freedom of conscience of those inside and outside the Judeo-Christian faith by endorsing a particular version of the Commandments.

The brief notes that no uniform version of the Ten Commandments exists and that various religions adhere to “a version with particular phrasing, composition, and ordering.”

It also states the Ten Commandments display would lead to the corruption of religion by leaving “religion vulnerable to the changing political whims of public officials and invit[ing] the misuse of religion for political purposes.”

Joining the BJC brief were the Anti-Defamation League, The Interfaith Alliance and The Interfaith Alliance of Alabama.

Twenty-one Alabama Baptists were among the clergy and religious leaders who joined the brief. The list of clergy and religious leaders also included Disciples of Christ, Epis-copal, Jewish, Presbyterian, Unitarian-Universalist and United Church of Christ representatives.

The clergy and religious leaders who joined the brief affirmed that “the vitality of all faith traditions is served when each is constitutionally guaranteed that the state cannot dictate, define, or affect in any way its doctrines or practices.”

http://www.bjcpa.org/Pages/News/2002news/09.11.brief.html

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From: Bob Jones

Sent: Tuesday, November 19, 2002 9:35 AM

Subject: 40 BAPTIST CLERGY OPPOSE THE 10 COMMANDMENTS!!! TIME TO LEAVE THAT PHONY CHURCH!!!

Gee, More then 40 PHONY BAPTIST MORONS CALLED "ALLEGEDLY PRIESTS" ARE AGAINST THE 10 COMMANDMENTS DISPLAY!?!?!?  FOR ALL THE WHITE RACE JEW LOVERS & JEW WORSHIPING JEW-DAY-O'S/SO CALLED LAUGHINGLY CHRISTIANS, STILL PLAYING THE GAME OF "CHURCHIANITY", DO YOU SEE ANYTHING, JUST A LITTLE BIT WRONG WITH THIS???  FOLKS, WAKE UP!!!  GET OUT OF THOSE FILTHY JEW/JESUIT CON-TROLLED CHURCHES NOW!!!  YHVH IS NOT IN THOSE CHURCHES, I ASSURE YOU!!!  TODAY, THEY HAVE FAGGOTS & BULL DYKE LESBOS RUNNING AROUND BEING THE PRIESTS OF THOSE CHURCHES, BLACK & ORIENTAL & MEXICAN & JEW PRIESTS ALSO!!!  YOU HAVE THE JEW POPE, WANDA KATZ'S KID, RUNNING THE CATHOLIC CHURCH & BILLY FRANK A.K.A. BILLY GRAHAM, CLAIMING THE TOP PROTESTANT PREACHER!?!?!?  ANYBODY WHO GOES TO A BIG DENOMINATIONAL CHURCH IS A COMPLETE IDIOTIC MORON, PERIOD!!!  YHVH'S WORD TO HIS CHILDREN THE WHITE RACE IS CLEARLY FOUND IN THE SCRIPTURES, THAT & THAT ALONE IS WHAT YOU SHOULD FOLLOW!!!  NOT THESE SCUMBAG LYING PREACHERS THAT ARE ON THE "PAYROLL" OF THE JEWS, BY BEING A 501C3 TAX EXEMPT FOUNDATION & TOLD WHAT TO SAY & WHAT NOT TO SAY BE THE IRS!!!  WAKE UP PEOPLE!!!  SPREAD THIS E-MAIL WIDE & FAR & HOPEFULLY WE CAN GET SOME OF THOSE POOR LOST SOULS OUT OF THE PHONY BAPTIST CHURCH!!! ALL THE CHURCHES REALLY!  YHVH IS NOT IN THOSE BUILDING WITH THOSE FAGGOTS & ANTI-CHRIST'S, I ASSURE YOU!!!  MBJ   

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Judge to Fight Commandments Ruling

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Filed at 2:11 p.m. ET

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) -- Alabama's chief justice promised Tuesday to appeal a federal judge's order that he remove a Ten Commandments monument he had installed in the rotunda of the state's judicial building.

``I have no plans to remove the monument, and when I do I will let you know personally,'' Chief Justice Roy Moore told reporters.

Asked if he would stand in the door to prevent removal of the monument, much like former Alabama Gov. George Wallace's ``stand in the schoolhouse door'' to fight integration, Moore said he had not decided what action he might take. But like Wallace, he left little doubt about his feelings about federal court rulings.

``There is great confusion in the federal courts on this issue,'' he said.

Also Tuesday, a federal appeals court in Cincinnati ruled that granite monuments displaying the Ten Commandments must be removed from the grounds of four public high schools in southern Ohio. The appeals court panel ruled 2-1 to uphold a federal court's June decision.

Moore said he has received no order for the monument's removal, but if he does he will appeal to higher courts. Moore's attorney, Stephen Melchior, said earlier that Moore will ask the appellate courts to allow the 5,300-pound granite monument to stay in the judicial building until the appeals process is completed.

U.S. District Judge Myron Thompson ruled Monday that the monument Moore installed at his own expense goes too far in promoting religion. He ordered it removed within 30 days, and said that if it isn't gone in the time, an injunction will then be issued forcing Moore to remove it within 15 days.

Thompson said he does not believe all Ten Commandment displays in government buildings are illegal, but he said the monument Moore placed in the rotunda of the state building crosses the line ``between the permissible and the impermissible.''

``Its sloping top and the religious air of the tablets unequivocally call to mind an open Bible resting on a podium,'' Thompson said.

Thompson said if Moore fails to remove the monument at his own expense, the federal court will issue an injunction forcing him to remove it.

Melchior said he didn't think Thompson understood Moore's testimony during the trial.

Thompson ``uses the term 'religion' 97 times in the opinion and the term 'religious' 50 times, but goes on to talk about how it's dangerous to define the term 'religion.' This is very troublesome to me. I can't imagine the appellate court buying such interesting logic,'' Melchior said.

Moore testified during the trial that the commandments are the moral foundation of American law. He said he installed the monument partly because of his concern that the country has suffered a moral decline over the past 50 years as a result of federal court rulings, including those against prayer in public schools.

Opponents of the monument argued that it promoted the judge's conservative Christian faith in violation of the Constitution's ban on government establishment of religion.

``Justice Moore was trying to force his religious beliefs on the people of Alabama. He turned the hall of justice into a religious sanctuary where people drop to their knees and pray,'' said Morris Dees, lead counsel and co-founder of the Southern Poverty Law Center, which joined in a lawsuit to remove the monument.

Moore became known as the ``Ten Commandments Judge'' when he fought to display a wooden plaque of the commandments on his courtroom wall in Etowah County. He easily won election as chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court in 2000 and installed the monument the next year without telling any other justices.

The monument features the King James Bible version of the Ten Commandments carved in the top of a granite block. Around the monument are quotes from historical figures and documents, such as the Declaration of Independence.

In Ohio, the Adams County/Ohio Valley School Board had asked to be allowed to merely cover up the displays while it appealed a magistrate's ruling that the monument is unconstitutional.

The school board's lawyers said moving the 3-foot tablets, which weigh at least 800 pounds apiece, would be expensive and could damage the monuments.

Appeals Judges Damon Keith and Karen Moore said, however, that the expense or inconvenience wasn't enough to overcome the continuing constitutional violation of having the display on public grounds.

 

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killed 264 MILLION Christians in WWII

killed 64 million Christians in Russia

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millions dead in the Middle East

tens of millions of dead Christians

LOST $1.2 TRILLION in Pentagon
spearheaded torture & sodomy of all non-jews
millions dead in Iraq

42 dead, mass murderer Goldman LOVED by jews

serial killer of 13 Christians

the REAL terrorists--not a single one is an Arab

serial killers are all jews

framed Christians for anti-semitism, got caught
left 350 firemen behind to die in WTC

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mother of all fnazis, certified mentally ill

10,000 Whites DEAD from one jew LIE

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f.ck Jesus--from a "news" person!!

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