Skip to comments.Oregon: Athiest Group Plants Improvised Explosive Device (IED) At War Memorial Cross
Posted on 08/26/2013 1:34:50 AM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet
An athiest group is believed to be behind an IED explosion at a war memorial cross in Coos Bay, Oregon. Coincidentally, the cross has been the recent target of lawsuits from the athiest group, Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF). If it is proven this group planted an IED, can we officially declare the FFRF group a terrorist organization? Luckily the explosion didnt kill anyone and damage was minimal charring to the memorial.
Todd Starnes at FoxNews reports the following: Someone ignited an improvised explosive device next to a war memorial cross that a prominent atheist group wanted removed from a public park in Coos Bay, Ore., an attorney for the city told Fox News. An official statement on the citys website called it an act of criminal mischief and stated that an unknown person(s) vandalized the memorial with an improvised explosive device. We unfortunately are now to the point where explosive devices are being placed next to crosses, said Hiram Sasser, director of litigation at the Liberty Institute.....
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Well, the Norwegian atheist organization was for many years led by Lars Gule, a convicted terrorist arrested smuggling explosives for the PFLP.
However, the State let him go with no punishment and has been using him as a paid consultant for the socialist broadcasters ever since.
Their ied was a failure. The Cross still stands.
Beer hall putsch.
Yeah, if they were honest and secure in their atheism it wouldn’t bother them at all what someone else believed.
Atheists are idiots.
> Their ied was a failure. The Cross still stands.
Its possibe that it was meant to be a “failure” just to send a message. If ts proven FFRF did it and there are no consequences then we know where 0 stands in regard to Christianity.
Wouldnt matter if they blew the whole of Oregon up, the cross would still stand.
For some, atheism is indeed a religion. Not believing is one thing. Tis something else to study non-belief, attend meetings & conferences discussing it, subscribe to magazines about it, and so far as physically assault others for their disagreement.
Of course some atheists believe in God: why else would they struggle so hard against Him?
And the leftists think that Christians are terrorists. Save this story away somewhere and use it whenever the liars open their mouthes.
I heard a Pentacostal preacher describe some athiests as angrily shaking their fists towards heaven and shouting “NO, GOD!” Whether they realize it or not, it’s rebellion, plain and simple. Hmmm, anything like Satan’s attempt to take God’s throne before being cast down?
I don’t get these people, they put so much energy into something THEY DON’T BELIEVE IN. Why do they do that?
Absolutely their only target has always been to attack Anglo Christianity and discredit it. They need the tables turned and called bigots just as they typically do.
It is difficult logic to assert a null hypothesis. An agnostic has a defensible position. An atheist asserts something that can only be faith based.
Agnostics I have known are mired in honest doubt and usually say they would believe in God “if I had more proof”.
They lack the angry dogmatism of the determined atheist, you know, the one who mocks believers’ Deity as “skydaddy” or “your imaginary friend”.