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Democracy is turned into a Demoncracy in Christian countries. If in USA 70% of people are not Christians, then theywould vote for a president like them, not Christian. They would vote for laws that are against Christianity... So let us destroy lies of Devil now and forever I and you together... The Christians had given all human rights freely to all not Christians. But why and for what??... When we give these rights to unbelievers in thus way we give these rights to the Devil, and he, Devil receives big power from us as a gift...It is the same to give Devil a stick and to ask him to beat our heads, and after to say that 'it is God’s will'. 100 year ago in 1904 all world was under Christian leadership. But now situation is changed. To lose every thing in one century??We must keep democracy in our countries for Christians and take all not necessary, dangerous rights from unbelievers. For example we must take a right for voting (suffrage)... we must not do the same errors again. And we must not be fooled and to work to take some so called human rights from unbelievers, from criminals and so on. And not be ashamed by doing it. We gave human rights we must take it back. It is strange how many Christians believe to the ideas which they heard from unbelievers, from their enemies.

orange, Christian Forums 9 Comments [2/1/2004 12:00:00 AM]
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You have no right to do such a thing. Those rights were not yours to give and they are not yours to take away. Human rights persist regardless if your opinion; they belong to all humans and not merely christians.
Also, since I cannot bring myself to believe you would spread such blatant falsehhood deliberately I must conclude that you are utterly ignorant of history. For your own sake, if not for those exposed to your lunacy, please take the time to study it at least minimally. Have you perhaps mistaken the USA for the world?
Further, if in the USA 70% of the people are not christians, it is not a christian nation. I mention this in case you had not realised.

12/29/2005 10:21:04 AM


Well, at least he's honest. Most fundies won't admit they want a theocracy.

That said, it's amazing how much he manages to get wrong in one post.

12/29/2005 8:48:23 PM


This is right up there with Bush talking about how the US 'gave' sovereignty to the Native American tribes.

What a frightening moron.

12/29/2005 10:00:14 PM


\"It is strange how many Christians believe to the ideas which they heard from unbelievers, from their enemies.\"

Ahem. You idiot. Your enemy is your target audience. You'd have a lot more success by following the example of your savior instead of the guys who nailed him to that cross.

12/31/2005 2:44:33 AM


So, what are your merits? non-believers advocate as well that for other non-believers. Signed. Jesus of Nazareth.

8/14/2006 1:13:08 PM

David D.G.

Apart from the stunning historical revisionism in this post, I'd just like to point out that if you restrict democracy to just the Christians, it is no longer a democracy.

This poster would benefit from a few history and political science classes -- or, heck, even a few installments of Schoolhouse Rock.

~David D.G.

8/14/2006 1:43:54 PM

Reverend Jeremiah

"Come on"

*Jacks a fresh shell into his shotgun*

"Here are my rights..come and take them.."

10/1/2008 3:04:03 AM


"If this goes on...".
Do we send this person to Exile in Coventry, or just send him to the psychotechnicians to cure his delusion...?

10/1/2008 3:59:20 AM


So, in order to "protect" democracy, you want to abandon democracy?

10/1/2008 6:06:37 AM

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