Friday, October 23, 2009

Will Pedophile's have coverage under NEW Protection/Hate Crimes Act ???

JMC Thoughts

In many countries there are versions of these "hate crime" bills. Such actions have enhanced the attack against freedom of speech in the Christian sectors. Here in America, the decline of moral values is continuing at an accelerated rate like none before. Our diligent efforts will not be in vain. Jesus reminds us of times like these where we will be persecuted for our beliefs.

Matthew 5:10

Blessed are those who are persecuted because of righteousness, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.

No one that truly claims to be a Christian will be safe from persecution either.

2 Timothy 3:12

In fact, everyone who wants to live a godly life in Christ Jesus will be persecuted,

We must take a stand and keep the faith in action. The call to all is to imitate Christ.

Hebrews 13:7

Remember your leaders, who spoke the word of God to you. Consider the outcome of their way of life and imitate their faith.

Keep in prayer those that are persecuted around the world. This life on earth is not over yet. We still have faith in Christ that He will take care of us and lead us in the right direction.

BELOW are some links to related articles.


By Bob Unruh
© 2009 WorldNetDaily

A "hate crimes" plan that opponents have warned will be used to crack down on Christian speech, even the reading of the Bible, is poised to be signed by President Obama, a longtime proponent of the plan to give homosexuals and those with other alternative lifestyles special protections not provided other classes of citizens.

The Senate approved the "hate crimes" plan 68-29 today after Democrats strategically attached it to a "must-pass" $680 billion defense appropriations plan.

Most Republicans, although normally strong supporters of the U.S. military, opposed the plan.

"The inclusion of the controversial language of the hate crimes legislation, which is unrelated to our national defense, is deeply troubling," Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Ala., told Fox News after the vote.

The plan also hands out federal money to states and local governments in pursuit of "preventing" hate crimes.

Sen. Jim DeMint, R-S.C., said the move is a step toward thought crimes and suggested the bill will be a warning against those to speak out about their religious faith.

Obama was strongly supported during his 2008 presidential campaign by homosexual advocates, and has expressed a willingness to act on the proposal, calling it an "important civil rights issue."

WND reported days ago when several organizations urged their members to contact members of Congress to oppose the plan.

The plan – which creates federal protections and privileges for homosexuals and other alternative lifestyles but denies those protections to other groups of citizens – earlier was approved in the U.S. House

Click to read the full Article

Bills:H.R.1913H.RES.372, S.909

'Hate-speech' law declared unconstitutional.

In a 107-page ruling, tribunal member Athanasios Hadjis called the law an infringement of the free speech guarantees of Canada's Charter of Rights.

The House approved its version, H.R. 1913, or the Local Law Enforcement Hate Crimes Prevention Act of 2009, April 29.

Senators get 705,000-plus letters opposing 'hate crimes'

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