Bring it faggots.
More cucking today from the heretics calling themselves Christians. This time from the SBC. The Southern Baptists were one of the last holdouts in selling out to the ruler of this world but alas, it would appear that the feels from the virtue signaling for Satan won out in the end. Enjoy the false sense of self righteousness while it lasts because I plan to keep calling you out for your lies everywhere I see them.
Earlier today, the Southern Baptist Convention adopted a resolution condemning the movement known as the “alt-right.”
That’s fine as that’s their prerogative. However you should all take note: they have now openly sided with the Marxist left. There is no middle ground anymore and cucking and trying to act like you are some sort of reasonable person in the middle because you are too cowardly to openly pick a side isn’t going to cut it anymore. The SBC has declared their allegiance with the Marxist left; so be it. If you are a part of this movement and still support, donate or tithe to the SBC in any way shape or fashion you are supporting the enemy.
The language of the resolution reads, in part,
WHEREAS, Racism and white supremacy are, sadly, not extinct but present all over the world in various white supremacist movements, sometimes known as “white nationalism” or “alt-right”….
When is racism bad? When whites do it, of course.
Can they still consider me a racist if I only use black Pepes from now on?
….therefore, be it RESOLVED, That the messengers to the Southern Baptist Convention, meeting in Phoenix, Arizona, June 13–14, 2017, decry every form of racism, including alt-right white supremacy, as antithetical to the Gospel of Jesus Christ…..
Jesus didn’t even condemn slavery, much less racism. Try again faggots.
….and be it further RESOLVED, That we denounce and repudiate white supremacy and every form of racial and ethnic hatred as of the devil….
How is loving your own race racial hatred?
…and be it further RESOLVED, That we acknowledge that we still must make progress in rooting out any remaining forms of intentional or unintentional racism in our midst….
Oh wow, both intentional and unintentional racism. I’m glad to see they had the forethought to cover micro aggressions. Now that you get the gist of the SBC’s cowardly siding with the Marxist left, let’s get expert on the Gospel Joe Carter’s take on this.
Would you leave your small children alone with this guy? Real question.
The resolution initially caused confusion because many Baptists—like most other Americans—are not familiar with the movement.
LOL is there nobody there under the age of 70?
“There were a lot of people [at the SBC annual meeting] who just weren’t familiar with what the alt-right is,” said Russell Moore, a TGC Council member and president of the SBC’s Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission.
I’ll assume this was a boomer cuck convention.
“What I point out is just how dangerous and present the alt-right is. . . . When people recognize what it is that the alt-right believes,” Moore added, “I haven’t talked to anyone who doesn’t immediately reject that.”
Quick! Signal the bad thinkers to the warren!
Here is what every Christian should know about the alt-right:
Oh, this should be fun.
What is the alt-right?
The alt-right—short for “alternative right”—is an umbrella term for a host of disparate nationalist and populist groups associated with the white identity cause/movement. The term brings together white supremacists (e.g., neo-Nazis), religious racialists (e.g., Kinists), neo-pagans (e.g., Heathenry), internet trolls (e.g., 4chan’s /pol/), and others enamored with white identity and racialism.
If you think that somewhere along the lines these people will condemn all other races because they automatically want what’s best for their own people, don’t hold your breath. As we all know, Judeo Christ said that this is only a bad thing if white people do it.
Where did the term “alt-right” come from?
Gee I just don’t know. Why don’t you go ask a Jew?
In December 2008, Paul Gottfried wrote an article for Taki’s Magazine titled, “The Decline and Rise of the Alternative Right.” (The article itself does not use the phrase “alternative right,” and the editor of the magazine at that time, Richard Spencer, claims to have added the title.)
It’s almost like I can see a pattern here or something.
…..in his article Gottfried identified “postpaleos” as a “growing communion “that now includes Takimag, VDARE.com, and other websites that are willing to engage sensitive, timely subjects.”
The “sensitive, timely subjects” Gottfried refers to are topics that had previously been the main concern of white identity groups, issues such as non-white immigration (“being physically displaced by the entire Third World”) and “human cognitive capacities” (i.e., the belief that certain racial groups are, in general, intellectually inferior to others).
Wow, that’s a shitload of scare quotes. Let me ask you this Joe: are certain racial groups actually intellectually inferior to others or not? This is a simple yes or no question.
Here ya go Joe, I’ll even throw in some visual aids in helping you with your answer. Does it seem as though one of these two groups may potentially be bringing more to the intellectual table genetically than the other?
Who is Richard Spencer?
Richard Spencer is a white nationalist who has become the public face of the alt-right.
Nothing against Richard but this is pretty much bullshit. Richard is the face that the Jewish controlled media has given the title to as public face of the alt-right.
What is “white identity”?
White identity is the defining concept that unites the alt-right.
“Racial Identity,” said Arthur Kemp in March of the Titans: A History of the White Race, “can be defined as the conscious recognition that one belongs to a specific race, ethnicity, and culture and with that comes certain obligations toward their own welfare.” And the alt-right leader Jared Taylor defines “white identity” as “a recognition by whites that they have interests in common that must be defended. All other racial groups take this for granted, that it’s necessary to band together along racial lines to work together for common interests.”
LOL I’m not even sure what he was trying to do with this. Anyone who reads this with a thinking mind should be like, “Hmm yeah this white identity thing seems like it makes common sense.” Since it’s being used in a derogatory framework here, I will go on and conclude that Joe Carter doesn’t think whites should have the right to band together in their own common interests.
Is the alt-right conservative?
Damned straight skippy.
As George Hawley, a University of Alabama professor who has studied the movement, told The Washington Post, “the modal alt-right person is a male, white millennial; probably has a college degree or is in college; is secular and perhaps atheist and [is] not interested in the conservative movement at all.”
Yes by all means, let’s hear from this seasoned expert LOL
Ok well then seems how I’m not an insignificant part of this movement let’s check this for accuracy:
Millennial: not even close
College degree: negative
Secular/atheist: you faggots wish
Not interested in the conservative movement at all: considering the conservative movement is a rotting corpse, I’ll give you a correct on that one.
So our final tally is 2 out of 5. I think you should find a better expert. Here’s an idea: why don’t you actually write to someone who is a part of the movement and just ask them?
Why does the alt-right hate conservative Christians?
Oooo I know I know! Because they’re cucked out for the Jews and are more interested in worshiping the kikes than they are about serving Christ.
As many conservative Christians on social media can attest, the alt-right seems to have a particular disdain for gospel-centered Christianity.
No. Just for cucks who think it’s great for Jews, blacks and everyone else to watch out for their own racial interests but will openly side against their own race when it comes to doing the same thing.
Is white identity and white nationalism the same as white supremacy?
Hey, you got another one sort of right. The fact of the matter is that “white supremacy” is pretty much a made up term intended to demonize anyone who dares oppose the Zio Marxist agenda of white displacement/genocide. That having been said, if you asked me if I think whites as a whole are superior to say, African niggers then yes, I do.
White supremacy is the belief that lighter-skinned or “white” racial groups are superior to all other racial groups.
I’ll pretend for a minute that you’re not just shilling (which you are) and are instead just ill informed. As an official Nazi hater, allow me to let you in on a little secret: nobody really gives a shit about the color of the skin beyond the fact that it’s an easy identifier when it comes to discussing these different racial groups. After all, it’s not as though we get accused of loving the Jews and as far as skin tone goes, they’re generally pretty pale.
White nationalists are racial separatists who believe that to preserve the white race, other racial groups must be excluded or marginalized in “white states” (i.e., countries or regions that have historically had majority-white populations).
Ha! What a bunch of paranoid crazies those guys are!
In rebutting these beliefs, Christians must be careful not to reduce them all to mere “white supremacy.” It’s natural to a want to use that term and apply it to the entirety of an evil movement.
You want a future for your people and your white children? That’s just evil according to Joe Carter.
Because of the long, despicable history of white supremacy in America, that term retains considerable cultural weight.
And we all know how much better the lives of American blacks are now that we’ve finally overcome white supremacy.
White supremacy is certainly rampant in the movement and should be called out when it’s expressed. However, even if those in the alt-right condemn racial superiority—as many claim to do—the white nationalism and white identity aspects are still detestable and should be rejected.
If you are white and you are still sitting in pews listening to this shit, you are a total faggot.
To more effectively argue against the movement we need to clearly reject the racialized worldview that considers racial categories the primary markers of cultural identity.
This guy is now arguing against race being the primary marker of cultural identity. What do you think of when you think of Mexico? What about Japan or Korea?
If you looked at this picture and I told you it was Pancho Villa you would automatically know I was lying.
How should Christians respond to the alt-right?
Oh I bet I know.
At the core of the alt-right movement is idolatry—the idol of “whiteness.”
Whiteness even gets scare quotes. It’s almost as though you don’t even exist.
In building their identity on shared genetic traits the alt-right divides humanity and leads people away from the only source of true identity: Jesus Christ.
Jesus Christ is not your identity, he is your savior. Well, maybe not yours Joe since you’re speaking nothing but lies and Jesus had quite a few admonitions for those who speak the language of lies. If anyone is driving people away from Jesus, it’s cuck heretics such as yourself who tell them that being a Christian means you have to turn your back on your identity and your heritage as a people and open your arms those who will destroy you. This is not what Jesus taught.
The alt-right is anti-gospel because to embrace white identity requires rejecting the Christian identity.
The two are not exclusive, unless you believe that being white is inherently evil.
“The chosen race is not black or white or red or yellow or brown,” John Piper says. “The chosen race is a new people from all the peoples—all the colors and cultures—who are now aliens and strangers among in the world.”
LOL he went to John Piper. In case you missed it, I blew that faggot up yesterday.
This is why it’s impossible to truly follow Christ and be a white supremacist: How can we claim we are superior to people of other races when Jesus has chosen them?
I told someone this the other day: if someone is telling you that the scriptures or Christ says something that obviously runs counter to observable reality or nature then either they don’t understand what the scripture actually says or they are false teachers trying to lead you astray to destruction.
This is why it’s impossible to follow Christ and be a white nationalist: How can we claim to be sons and daughters of God while separating ourselves from our brothers and sisters?
Exactly the same as you and me but for the color of the skin because Jesus.
This is why it’s impossible to serve Jesus and advocate for white identity: How can your identity be found in the finished work of Jesus when you’re rooting your identity in the divisive work of Satan?
The lies keep coming and I’ll keep batting them down. The finished work of Jesus is when you graduate from this earth and get a spiritual body. If noticing that there are racial differences and acknowledging that as fact in observance of God’s creation is of Satan, then are you not attributing an aspect of what God has created to the devil? Can this be considered blasphemy against what God has created? You cannot point to anywhere in the scripture where Jesus claims there is no difference in the races because it is simply not there. The parts that these false teachers point to in making this claim are always when Jesus or the apostles are pointing to the spiritual realm to come but the spiritual realm is not this realm. It would be one thing if you were dealing with someone who simply didn’t know any better but trust me, these people do know better and yet, they spread lies and claim that it is the gospel of Christ. Rest assured, they are deceivers and not of God.