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originally posted by: Grimpachi
a reply to: scraedtosleep
It really is a strange phrase. Easter worshiper.
Is it? That's what we called it growing up.
When did it become strange to go to Easter worship?
originally posted by: ketsuko
a reply to: DBCowboy
Christian or worshiper either one. I don't know what demented mindset they were in to come up with what they wrote. Basically, tourists, shoppers, and worshipers? Wouldn't that list have been acceptable? Instead we have some demented brain creation called Easter worshiper.
What was almost certainly going on was a bid to deny Christians their identity, because Christianity is embarrassing to them. For them to have to admit that Christians are being specially singled out for killings by Muslim terrorists is a bridge too far for these establishment Democrats who thrive on Muslims being the 'real victims' in whatever 'something' that 'some people did' and might force them to admit they were wrong all along about the religiously motivated warfare of the Islamist terrorists. Admitting that has too much political cost for them, given that their mission now is to prop up local Islamist political crazies such as Rep. Ilhan Omar, who can't be criticized for any reason.
It doesn't have to be common. It is short for what happened to specific people at a specific day.[end quote]
Easter worshippers = 2 words.
Christians = 1 word. Specific. The fact the day is 'Easter' gives credence to the fact it was a Christian holiday, and the victims therefore, Christians.
Arguably, 'Easter worshippers' will not be in church. They will be at home eating chocolate eggs birthed by chocolate bunnies and other symbols of Canaanite & Babylonian fertility goddesses.
The people in those churches that were target were Christians, not Easter worshippers.
You can equivocate as much as you like, spin this as much as you want, but either way you appear incredibly disingenuous.edit on 22-4-2019 by Lucius Driftwood because: Forgot to place quotations around statement