John Kerry Thinks America Should Save the World from the Bible

In fairness to the Secretary of State, I’m sure he would hasten to add that he wants the United States to liberate the world from the Koran as well. Or maybe he wouldn’t. Not sure.

As the Weekly Standard reported, Kerry is traveling through Africa and said the following in Ethiopia:

This is a time here in Africa where there are a number of different cross-currents of modernity that are coming together to make things even more challenging. Some people believe that people ought to be able to only do what they say they ought to do, or to believe what they say they ought to believe, or live by their interpretation of something that was written down a thousand plus, two thousand years ago. That’s not the way I think most people want to live.

Kerry knows that these African nations depend on the good will and foreign aid of the United States. They know that he knows this. So this statement is not just some opinion being articulated. Kerry is telling the nations in Africa what they must do to keep their boss and sponsor happy.

When Kerry says “something that was written down a thousand plus, two thousand years ago,” he cannot possibly be referring only to the Koran. In fact, if he was really choosing his words knowledgeably, he is not even referring to the Koran, since it is not that old. He is speaking against using the Bible to guide culture and standards for behavior. He is especially referring to what we call the Old Testament, since the Gospels and Epistles weren’t even yet written two thousand years ago.

So Kerry is referring to disobedient nations like Uganda that refuse to accept U.S. policy on homosexual practice and homosexual “marriage.” He is pointing out that nations that implement Nigeria’s policies will face punishment. The United States is now the engine for pushing all Christian cultures to recant the Christian Faith and the authority of the Bible in favor of U.S. pansexualism.

Of course, if Kerry is showing that he believes he can intimidate African nations about giving up their allegiance to the Bible, how much more must he believe he has the power and the authority to make the states in the U.S. do the same? All us yahoos in flyover country who stupidly think marriage involves a male-female relationship will be assimilated. Resistance is futile.

When Kerry says that, “Some people believe that people ought to be able to only do what they say they ought to do,” he is projecting his own attitude onto his targets. He and his are the ones forcing people to accept the self-contradictory farce of so-called “homosexual marriage”—purging unbelievers, threatening businesses, and disqualifying them from holding public office.

But Kerry is a fool. Jesus really did rise again as the not-quite-two-thosand-year-old documents reveal. He really is king. And he really is going to honor Africa if they will honor His trustworthiness and authority, while he destroys North America for rebelling against Him.