Originally posted by mahatche
If anyone had any doubt that a Christian equivalent to the Taliban is out there, read this. It's incredible, he fears sharia law, but wants the be
the christian version. He is anti-abortion but ok with killing teens.
Charlie Fuqua, the Republican candidate for the Arkansas House of Representatives who called for expelling Muslims from the United States in his book,
also wrote in support for instituting the death penalty for "rebellious children."
In "God's Law," Fuqua's 2012 book, the candidate wrote that while parents love their children, a process could be set up to allow for the
institution of the death penalty for "rebellious children," according to the Arkansas Times. Fuqua, who is anti-abortion, points out that the course
of action involved in sentencing a child to death is described in the Bible and would involve judicial approval. While it is unlikely that many
parents would seek to have their children killed by the government, Fuqua wrote, such power would serve as a way to stop rebellious children.
read the full story
He is twisting the Bible to suit his needs. The Bible NEVER suggested the death penalty for use against CHILDREN, but rather Children who grown up to
become drunks. You can't just straight read the Bible, you have to put into perspective the era. Back then they didn't really have the room for
Jails or Detox places. It doesn't take much imagination to realize how a village drunk could easily use too much resources and endanger the entire
community. This "Christian" Republican is a devil worshiper bound for Hell(as the fate of those who willfully harm children was made very clear by
This is more of a Race/Culture issue. Charlie Fuqua being from the South probably has a good amount of Anglo(English) in him. Even if the Anglo DNA is
limited, the South suffers from the English's gynocentrism that has existed practically since before the Romans invaded.
It was common in England for the English to murder little boy's younger then 12 for the crime of stealing bread(or other trivial crimes) while the
English always sought to protect little girls and women(a Matriarchy that pretends to be a Patriarchy but the tell tale Judicial test reveals that
Anglo Culture is Matriarchal[a test used on ancient civilizations to label them patriarchal, whom ever has the true highest standing in a society is
held to the least amount of criminal liability, and if a member of the privilege class hurts or murders a member of the oppressed class, there is
little to no punishment]).
You see this kind of garbage of men being treated as sub human in Anglo nations such as the UK(where they are talking about closing all women's
prisons), Canada, Australia, New Zealand, the USA and other nations infected with the Anglo's Matriarchal culture. This has nothing to do with
Christianity, Charlie Fuqua is a white knight Matriarch through and through, as abortion goes against the Traditionalist's doctrine of woman's
divine right to marry, have children and to lord over their husbands and children. If what Charlie Fuqua wants done was done, who would hold such
power in reality? The mother of course, the final manifestation of women's argument "because I have a uterus".
This is why I consider "church going" Traditionalist's, alongside Feminist's, as such rotten, irredeemable monsters. You really have to look up in
the ABSOLUTELY EVERYTHING about the Mothers of the Republic Women's rights movement.
Feminist's go out of their way to ignore that women's rights movement because they would no longer be able to foam at the mouth about the
"patriarchy", if what that movement did was brought to full public knowledge.
If you study that movement then the course history took in an honest fashion, then it is plain to see that the big bad patriarchy of the 1950's was
nothing more then a Matriarchy that went butch. People like Charlie Fuqua want to bring back the Butch Matriarchy. Do you honestly think he is trying
to appeal to men? No, the demographic he is trying to appeal towards is the overwhelmingly female population of Southern Churches.