ISIS Rapes, Beheads, Crucifies Christians

Eleven Christians were tortured and murdered by Islamic jihadists in Syria. Charisma News reports, “11 Christian Missionaries Crucified and Beheaded.” The relatives said ISIS militants on Aug. 7 captured the Christian workers in a village whose name is withheld for security reasons. On Aug. 28, the militants asked if they had renounced Islam for Christianity. When the Christians said that they had, the rebels asked if they wanted to return to Islam. The Christians said they would never renounce Read more […]

America, These Are Your Allies? Saudi Arabia Crucifixion for a Man Arrested as a Teen

While we hear of Saudi Arabia crucifixion, Saudi involvement in 9-11 is censored because our government propagandizes for them. I don’t necessarily object to capital punishment for armed treason on principle. But crucifixion is barbaric and we support and aid the Saudi ruling dynasty all the time! So, yes, I firmly believe this headline at the Middle East Monitor is our business: “Saudi to crucify man arrested when he was 17.” Saudi Arabia has dismissed the final appeal of a juvenile Read more […]

Your Tax Dollars at Work: 8 Christians Crucified in Syria

No, this is not a “blame America first” headline. I’m well aware that Islamic extremism is responsible for all sorts of evil. But there have been Christians in Syria for centuries. In the contemporary world, we haven’t heard of Muslims in Syria committing atrocities against Christians until the United States government decided that, as overlords of the planet, it was our job to tell Syrians when their regime had to change. Since then, we have empowered a Sunni extremist takeover of Read more […]

Coal Plant Scrapped with the Help of Sierra Club Official Who Wanted to ‘Crucify’ Polluters

Chase Power, the parent company behind the $3 billion Las Brisas coal power plant in Corpus Christi, Texas, announced that it was cancelling the project. Why? The EPA shutdown the project. It’s the goal of the Obama Administration, using the cover of the renegade Environmental Protection Agency, to shut down all coal-fired power plants in the United States. “Economists had projected that in the first 5 years of construction and operation the project would create . . . 1,300 direct and 2,600 indirect Read more […]