Thursday, June 21, 2007

Christian terrorism - alive and well and celebrated in Milwaukee

John McKay of archy has a series of valuable posts on "Paul Hill Days":
George L. Wilson of Children Need Heroes and Drew Heiss of Street Preach are planning to honor Paul Hill in a series of events called "Paul Hill Days" in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, July 26th - 29th -- "to honor him as God's man and our hero."

On July 29, 1994 Paul Hill, who sought to set a good example for Christian theocratic revolutionaries, assassinated abortion provider Dr. John Britton and James Barrett one of his escorts, and seriously wounding another, June Barrett, outside an abortion clinic in Pensacola, Florida.

It should be noted that George L. Wilson, the proprietor of Children Needs Heroes, recognizes two other heroes he believes America's children should learn about: Shelly Shannon, who was convicted of the attempted assassination of Dr. George Tiller of Wichita, Kansas, among other serious crimes, including a series of arsons; and of course, James Kopp, who was convicted in the sniper assassination of Dr. Barnett Slepian in Amherst, New York. Kopp is also the chief suspect in several other shootings.

All three are recognized as Heroes of the Faith by the Army of God, members of which are likely to be on hand for the festivities.
Go to archy, read the posts (Jesus wept,I get letters..., the killer of James Barrett, and Paul Hill Days update) and then do something - write your paper, nag your pastor (if you have one), go to Milwaukee if you live near there...

Don't let these people celebrate assassins and call it "American"

And if you're a Christian, do you want this to be the face of your faith? If not, then doubly do something!

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At 10:41 PM, June 21, 2007 Blogger Mojoey had this to say...

Distrubing post. I feel a need to visit Milwaukee and do a little protesting.


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