Tuesday, February 8, 2011

American Family Association: Native Americans Are Morally Disqualified To Own Land Because They Have Rejected Jesus

More shit from Bryan Fischer.
How DARE he call Native American beliefs "darkness of indigenous superstition" !! Just because they believe in something else and are not willing to give it up, they should not have their land?!!!  This man not only has A LOT of twisted thoughts and anger, but he is on the radio and A LOT of sheep listen to this crap. Some of them are politicians running for office. Is that scary or what?! Would you vote for someone who listens to this kind of twisted thinking daily?
It is getting easier and easier to see why they are on a hate list.
Crosspost from joemygod.com
According to the American Family Association, Native Americans are "morally disqualified from sovereign control of American soil" because they rejected early efforts to impose Christianity upon them. Bryan Fischer explains:
The native American tribes ultimately resisted the appeal of Christian Europeans to leave behind their superstition and occult practices for the light of Christianity and civilization. They in the end resisted every attempt to “Christianize the Savages of the Wilderness,” to use George Washington’s phrase. They rejected Washington’s direct counsel to the Delaware chiefs in 1779, “You do well to wish to learn our arts and ways of life, and above all, the religion of Jesus Christ.” Thomas Jefferson three times signed legislation appropriating federal tax dollars for the evangelizing of the Native American tribes. It all came to nought, as one tribe after another rejected the offer of spiritual light and advanced civilization. God warned the ancient nation of Israel not to lapse into the abominable practices of the native peoples “lest the land vomit you out...as it vomited out the nation that was before you” (Lev. 18:28). Time eventually ran out for the Canaanites, because they filled up the full measure of their iniquity. Time ran out for the native American tribes for the same reason.
According to Fischer, even 21st century Native Americans have no moral right to what little land they still have: "Many of the tribal reservations today remain mired in poverty and alcoholism because many native Americans continue to cling to the darkness of indigenous superstition instead of coming into the light of Christianity and assimilating into Christian culture."

NOTE: Despite Bryan Fischer's incessant onslaught of racism and vile naked Christianist bigotry, his American Family Association radio show remains a popular destination for potential 2012 GOP presidential candidates.

1 comment:

  1. What a bunch of crap!
    I am a Christian and I have Indian blood running through my vains and I am proud of it.
    "The Savages of the Wilderness" respected the land, water and the animals. It was their land and we stole it !!!!
    Their beliefs are not so far from Christianity as one might think. They have many of the same stories in their history that are in the Bible.
    Todays Indian is not yesterdays Indian and should not be thought of in that manner.
    They have excepted "our" way of life for the most part while trying to keep their heritage and I personally commend them for that.
    "Darkness of indigenous superstition"If it not YOUR superstition then it is DARK and INDIGENOUS?Indigenous by definition is native, original,aboriginal,home-grown,local.foreign, I fine nothing offensive about any of these terms.
    The man is an idiot!