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Christians may be put to death at some time in the future if the U.S. government loses more and more of its sovereignty to the U.N... they are trying to institute a 'World Court', in which, if I remember correctly, they can put on trial anyone they believe is guilty of a 'crime against humanity'. I think this is primarily supposed to be for war crimes, but who knows what it could be used for in the future??

Joyfull, Rapture Ready 12 Comments [10/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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Well to arrest everyone at RR of course, what else?

11/23/2009 3:17:44 PM


If you happened to be passing through the same reality the rest of us live in while writing this, and were in fact referring to the International Court of Justice, located in The Hague, you haven't been apprised of the fact that your paranoid, isolationist and human rights-trampling previous president not only refused to acknowledge said Court, but even passed a law permitting US army to invade the Netherlands should any American be held for trial for crimes against humanity there.
Look what you made me do; a run-on sentence par example. That's how much you pissed me off.

11/24/2009 2:47:03 AM

Dr. Shrinker

If that were to happen, you'd be surprised how many atheists who believe in free-speech would leap to your aid.

11/24/2009 9:25:26 AM


"Trying" to institute a 'World Court'? Joyfull (and braindead), the International Court of Justice was formed in 1945 already. The United States withdrew from compulsory jurisdiction in 1986, and so accepts the court's jurisdiction only on a case-to-case basis. 30 seconds of Google makes you look an idiot.

11/24/2009 10:04:28 AM


"Christians may be put to death at some time in the future if the U.S. government loses more and more of its sovereignty to the U.N"

Even if this is just another product of your tinfoil (ass)hattery and will not come to pass, how is this is a bad thing?

Ah, more of the persecution complex 'me too! me too!' /b/-style fundie circlejerk we've come to expect from Ruptured Retards.

11/24/2009 10:29:43 AM

Philbert McAdamia

Christians may be put to death at some time in the future ...

WOOHOOOO!!! Bring the lions.
I mean, Oh no! Not that. What a a sad, tragedy that would be.


11/24/2009 3:16:10 PM

Big One

"...but who knows what it could be used for in the future?"

Err... War crimes ?

10/10/2011 7:12:36 AM


Bozo doesnt even get that the UN actually *opposes* the death penalty, unlike, no doubt, right-wing nutters like him, who is all for it for people he doesnt like.

10/10/2011 4:59:02 PM


The sad thing about this is many RaptureReadyites should be worried about this but only when the thought police take over. Many of you defend war criminals, defend murder for religious reasons, Hell, some of you defend rape by blaming the victim.

But rest easy, frightened little fundie It's never going to happen. Everything you people believe in is Batshit insanity, try to look at the world as it ACTUALLY IS.

10/11/2011 5:37:38 PM

Quantum Mechanic

Your post is a crime against intelligence.

7/27/2014 5:39:22 AM


Christians ARE put to death right now, in countries with the Death Penalty. A woman in Sudan was sentenced to death for converting to Christianity and marrying a Christian man, but she was saved at the last minute, and is now hiding in Europe.

Most people in American prisons are Christians, and I'd guess that is true for Death Row as well. Sure, they are not put to death for being Christians, but they are Christians that are put to death.

It's seldom individuals, civilians, that are put on trial for crimes against humanity, silly, it's mostly governments, terrorist groups and dictators.

About 30 percent of the population on Earth are Christians, about 30 percent are non-religious. I'd say it's the smaller groups in the remaining 40 percent that are at risk of being "exterminated".

7/27/2014 5:50:53 AM

Quantum Mechanic

It's 2015.
How are your bullshit paranoid fantasies doing?

3/10/2015 9:57:22 AM

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