Trend At Baptist Churches To Promote Civil Unrest

Guest Post by Mara Zebest

A few controversial Baptist church signs are promoting a racist America akin to the Rev. Wright sermons. Seems to be a common trend of Marxist Black Liberation Theology at many of the Baptist churches. One report is out of Chicago… hmmmm…. coincidence? A Chicago Baptist church posts the sign “It is safe to kill BLACK PEOPLE in Amerikkka

Liberals continue to justify their racism. America is not racist. Liberals are. And that applies to their secularized religions too.

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The church focuses on a message that it’s ok to kill black people. If the church members are so unhappy with Amerikkka, maybe they should listen to Akon’s advice and go seek their nirvana in Afrikkka.

Instead, a more productive message to promote would be to teach that the trial isn’t about murder—as the verdict proved—but more appropriately it is a lesson that the Zimmerman verdict vindicates a citizen’s right to self-defense (as Ted Nugent notes). Nugent also stated in a separate interview that parents have a responsibility to “teach your children not to attack people.” Basically, to respect life and property. A lesson that Trayvon was never taught, not even by the school he attended.

CBS Chicago reports the following:

A sign posted outside a south suburban church is generating a powerful debate over race in the wake of the George Zimmerman verdict.

The marquee outside the First Baptist Church of University Park earlier this week read: “It Is Safe To Kill Black People In Amerikkka.”

On Saturday, a jury of six women in Florida acquitted Zimmerman in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin.

Several comments on the church’s Facebook page took issue with the reference to the Ku Klux Klan in the word Amerikkka, with many saying the church’s sign is hateful and divisive and implies that all white Americans are racist.

The church responded by saying: “The message on the sign is not a message of hate. It is a message of awakening and call to action. It is a message not intended to divide, but to cause honest reflection in order to make this country a better place for ALL.”

The wording has historical precedence, according to the church’s Facebook page.

After the shooting of a black man by a white man in Montgomery, Ala., in 1949, Rev. Vernon Johns posted a sign outside the Dexter Avenue Baptist Church that read: “It Is Safe To Kill Negroes In Montgomery.”

The church has since changed the wording into a question: “Is It Safe To Kill Black People In America?”

“The initial sign, which has caused such a furor, stated, “It is safe to kill Black People in the United States of Amerikkka.” Much focus was placed on the intentional misspelling of America,” the church responded on its Facebook page.

“The use of “kkk”, was done to call attention to the fact that, just as in the ‘glory days of the KKK, it appears far too often that the murder of African Americans is permitted, and the mistreatment of African Americans historically and currently is far too cavalierly considered.”

The sign has generated controversy among University Park residents.

“I think he is right. A black man is still not safe in the United States,’ said Bettie Wayne.

“We know as black Americans what’s going on in our society. It doesn’t need to be exploited on a sign,” said University Park Resident Darnell Crawford.

The pastor also says he hopes the criticism he has received can be channeled to attack institutional racism in America.

Read more here. The “institutional racism” is in the black community. These church members need to look in a mirror if they really want to rid the country of racism. And as a side note: It seems conservatives are guilty of political correctness since they tend to refer to blacks as race-baiters but whites are called racist. Let’s stop that trend and start calling a racist a racist no matter which side it falls on.

Hat Tip to Rightscoop for another sign out of Alabama posted at Twitter:

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Again, maybe the racism is systemic within the Liberal / black communities. And for the record, “creepy-ass crackeris a racist expression. Just because Jeantel says this expression is said all the time, does’t mean it is not racist, it just means Jeantel and friends are desensitized to their own racism.

In case more proof is needed that the problem is on the side of Liberals, just note the video below. Where is the Liberal outrage when Eric Dyson can go on national TV to suggest that more white kids should die to understand racism? And the liberals want to claim whites and conservatives are the racist problem? I reject the premise. America isn’t racist. But the president certainly is along with all his ilk and media civilian army.

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