Christian terrorist who killed Medical Doctor in USA speaks from jail

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Roeder {Huffington post; AP Photo}

The resurgence of Christian terrorism

Updated June 10 2009 with-

New case in DC at Holocaust memorial museum and Rev Wright statement on Zionist-Jews.

Scott Roeder, the Christian radical suspect charged in the murder of abortion Dr. George Tiller in Wichita, Kansas, has spoken out from jail about his feelings on the crime. In an interview with CNN, Roeder commented on his encouragement from several letters of support he has received from fellow Americans since being incarcerated. Indeed this type of terrorism by radical Christianity in America is not new, but is rather a very common event, with almost weekly acts of violence against particular groups with differing religious or moral views or affiliations.

Roeder was also recorded to have suggested from his jail cell last Sunday, that similar violence was planned around the nation for as long as the procedure remained legal. Upon being asked by the AP what he meant and if he was making specific reference to another shooting, he refused to elaborate further.

Did not act alone

Surely, that’s true. No one else was standing beside suspect Scott Roeder when it is believed he murdered Dr. George Tiller in the sanctuary of his church.

But Michael Griffin also acted alone when he killed David Gunn in 1993. Paul Hill acted alone when he killed John Britton in 1994. John Salvi acted alone and so did Eric Rudolph and James Kopp. This suspect is hardly lonely in this murderous cast of lone actors.

It was an isolated incident.

So it was. There was no grand scheme of assassinations. But it was also an isolated incident when Tiller’s clinic was first bombed in 1986. It was an isolated incident when he was shot in both arms in 1993. Each anthrax threat, each invasion, even the vandalizing that took place last month at his Wichita clinic were all linked in a daisy chain of “isolated incidents.” Goodman of Boston Globe

Ted Haggard {Huffington post}

Ted Haggard {Huffington post}

Power of radical American Christianity

We do recall Ted Haggard, the pompous sacked for extramarital homosexual affairs and drug abuse, leader of the evangelical Christian block. A block of American Christians that Ted used to brag as being 40 million strong and large enough for him to influence the politics of America, Israel and the entire world. He used to literally walk into the White house and Israeli parliament. His evangelical block was largely responsible for the re-election of George W. Bush to continue the now realized ‘illegal invasion of Iraq’, in what he, the president- G. W. Bush then deliberately called- ‘a crusade‘ against evil.

If you see something, say something

Indeed it is time for citizens of the United States to be vigilant against Christian radicalism. As is announced on public transport facilities- ‘if you see something, say something’. The public must be aware and vigilant of this internal terrorism from Christian fanaticism, and promptly report to authorities, any weird acting individual.

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From the Oklahoma bombings to this recent cold blooded murder of Dr. Tiller, and indeed even prior to these events,- KKKism, Church burning of witches, Biblical justification of the slave trade during which up to 100 million Africans lost their lives, and the Pope’s harbored and exchanged slaves, and even further back to the period where Constantine in the first incursion against Christianity, murdered 1 million Christians who rejected his chosen ‘Trinity’ official doctrine and canonized Bible- there have been multiple cases that could possibly have been averted had the public been better sensitized and alerted to this present and active danger, and recognized and stalled in un-hypocritical ways, terror from family, friends and people of same religious affiliation.

We must act, otherwise, who knows, we may be the next victims of these radical Christian terrorists.

 

James Von Brunn {HolyWesternEmpire}

James Von Brunn {HolyWesternEmpire}

Update:

James Von Brunn shoots Holocaust memorial

Another radical christian fanatic, James Von Brunn  shoots at Holocaust memorial museum in Washington DC, killing one guard and injuring two. CNN On a website of him,- Holy Western Empire is this comment in praise of him:

REAR ADMIRAL John G. Crommelin, USN, said this about James von Brunn:
It is my conviction that James von Brunn deserves the gratitude and assistance of every White Christian citizen of these United States.

Related:

Rev Jeremiah Wright: (Zionist)Jews keeping me from meeting President Obama

“Of course I voted for him; he’s my son. I’m proud of him,” Wright said. “I’ve got five biological kids. They all make mistakes and bad choices. I haven’t stopped loving any of them. Watch video

“He made mistakes. He made bad choices. I’ve got kids who listen to their friends. He listened to those around him. I did not disown him.”

Asked if he had spoken to the president, Wright said: “Them Jews(misspeach corrected to be- ‘Zionists’) aren’t going to let him talk to me. I told my baby daughter, that he’ll talk to me in five years when he’s a lame duck, or in eight years when he’s out of office. …

“They will not let him to talk to somebody who calls a spade what it is. … I said from the beginning: He’s a politician; I’m a pastor. He’s got to do what politicians do.”

Wright also said Obama should have sent a U.S. delegation to the World Conference on Racism held recently in Geneva, Switzerland, but that the president did not do so for fear of offending Jews and Israel.

“Ethnic cleansing is going on in Gaza. Ethnic cleansing (by) the Zionist is a sin and a crime against humanity, and they don’t want Barack talking like that because that’s anti-Israel,” Wright said.

Wright is in Hampton this week attending Hampton University‘s 95th Annual Ministers Conference. The son of a pastor, Wright said he has attended the conference since he was a child – though he was not spotted at the conference in 2008 during the heat of the debate over comments he made that many in the media branded racially divisive. source

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