The Radio Equalizer: Brian Maloney

13 September 2010

Libtalk Commemorates 9-11 With Anti-Christian Attacks


MSNBC Libtalker Uses 9-11 To Spread Anti-Christian Hate

On any day of the year, an assertion that Christians are the real threat to global security would be seen as inflammatory, but did MSNBC's Ed Schultz really need to choose the eve of September 11 to feature one of the kookiest takes on terrorism this side of al-Jazeera?

And while it's one thing for the usual "separation of church and state" suspects to attack Christians as zealots bent on world domination, more astounding is Schultz's apparent approval of this delusional rhetoric.

Do you really believe this crap, Ed? We didn't know you'd changed your name to Mike Malloy.

From Friday's syndicated radio program:

BARRY LYNN, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, AMERICANS UNITED FOR SEPARATION OF CHURCH AND STATE (38:50): I worry about Islamic fundamentalism, there's fundamentalists in every religion, but I worry a lot more about the imminent return of Christian fundamentalism that will try to tell every single American how to live from the moment of conception until the moment of death.

And if Schultz doesn't believe this kind of nonsense, does that mean he feels the need to agree in order to placate libtalk's audience? If so, they're even more extreme than previously understood.


  • Gee, I don't know, I'm supposed to fear christian violence, but ignore about 90% plus of the world's terrorism & violent acts committed in the name of islam worldwide? Christian violence? Well, there was the murder of abortion doctor George Tiller a few months ago, & we have had only 6 deadly (6 too many)incidents since 1993 in the USA. Islam beats that by miles. Let's face it folks, chistianity has'nt really been very bloody since the crusades, with only a few exceptions. Those who claim that chistianity is as big a threat as radical islam, are as big a threat as radical islam. Because their ignorance will get people killed.

    By Anonymous danybhoy, at 14 September, 2010 00:13  

  • Sure, those Jamaican Christian ladies in my church who wear the hats--oh yeah, they're so dangerous. :) Aw c'mon. Christ said it best: men will hate you for my name's sake . . . when the Son of Man comes back, will he find faith on the earth? Two well-said points said by the Master himself, which just proves that He was the Messiah and Saviour.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 15 September, 2010 17:50  

  • There is a relatively unknown book in circulation that addresses this issue. Please read.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 15 September, 2010 20:10  

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