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Are evangelical Christians rapidly becoming one of the most hated minorities in America? Once upon a time such a notion would have been unthinkable, but these days things are changing dramatically. All over the United States, evangelical Christians are being called “extremists” and evangelical Christian organizations are being labeled as “hate groups”.






Michael Marcavage is an American missionary, founder and director of Repent America (RA), a national evangelistic ministry based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and editor of the Christian News Network, which provides up-to-date news and information affecting the body of Christ worldwide. While studying at Temple University, Marcavage served as an intern in the West Wing of the White House, graduating with honors in 2001 with a bachelor's degree in Broadcasting, Telecommunications and Mass Media.
Since the inception of his public ministry, Michael has encountered numerous challenges for the sake of the Gospel. In October 2004, he and 10 other Christians, who became known nationwide as the "Philadelphia 11," were arrested while conducting an evangelistic outreach at one of Philadelphia's annual homosexual festivals. All eleven Christians were charged with three felonies and five misdemeanors, which included being indicted under Pennsylvania's "hate crimes" statute called "Ethnic Intimidation" for sharing the Gospel with event attendees. Each faced a maximum sentence of 47 years in prison and a $90,000 fine. Several months later, the "Philadelphia 11" were vindicated of all charges. 
Michael Marcavage on the Alex Jones Show:Free Speech Zone p1  
Michael Marcavage of Repent America, who was arrested and convicted for exercising the First Amendment outside of the Liberty Bell in Philadelphia
Michael Marcavage on the Alex Jones Show:Free Speech Zone p2 
Michael Marcavage of Repent America, who was arrested and convicted for exercising the First Amendment outside of the Liberty Bell in Philadelphia
Prosecutors have dropped a criminal case brought against street preacher, Dale Mcalpine. He was arrested and charged on 20 April 2010 for saying homosexual conduct was a "sin". He was defended by The Christian Institute. Prosecutors said there was not enough evidence to secure a conviction.
Linda Beckman with Repent America (RA), and one of the Philadelphia 11, featured in a television commerical opposing the proposed federal "hate crimes" law. The bill, formally known as the Local Law Enforcement Hate Crimes Prevention Act of 2007, has been renamed the Matthew Shepard Act. It was approved by the House of Representatives by a vote of 237 to 180 on May 3, 2007. It was then approved by the Senate by a voice vote on September 27, 2007. The bill died not long after, but most likely will be reintroduced later this year.

For more information on the serious dangers of "hate crimes" laws, order your copy of "'Hate Crimes Laws:' Censoring The Church And Silencing Christians" at http://www.repentamerica.com/hatecrim... 
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All Over America Evangelical Christians Are Being Labeled As “Extremists” And “Hate Groups”



Michael Snyder
American Dream
April 8, 2013

Are evangelical Christians rapidly becoming one of the most hated minorities in America? Once upon a time such a notion would have been unthinkable, but these days things are changing dramatically. All over the United States, evangelical Christians are being called “extremists” and evangelical Christian organizations are being labeled as “hate groups”. In fact, as I will detail later on in this article, a U.S. Army Reserve training presentation recently specifically identified evangelical Christians as “religious extremists”. This should be extremely chilling for all evangelical Christians out there, because as history has shown us over and over again, when you want to persecute a particular group of people the first step is always to demonize them. And that is exactly what is being done to evangelical Christians today. Just look at how evangelical Christians are being portrayed on television and in the movies. Just look at how much hate is being spewed at Christians on the Internet. The Southern Poverty Law Center and the ACLU, both of which are considered to be among the most prominent “civil rights” organizations in the United States, are seemingly obsessed with attacking evangelical Christians. It has become trendy to bash Christians, and that is a very frightening thing. After they have finished demonizing evangelical Christians, what will the next step be?

A U.S. Army Reserve equal opportunity training presentation entitled “Extremism and Extremist Organizations” actually included “Evangelical Christianity” as an example of “Religious Extremism” in a list that also included al-Qaeda, Hamas and the Ku Klux Klan. You can find a copy of the entire presentation right here.

Is this how evangelical Christians will be treated in the future? Will evangelical Christians be treated like members of the Ku Klux Klan or like members of al-Qaeda?

The following is how a Christian Post article described this chilling report…

A U.S. Army Reserve Equal Opportunity training brief describes “Evangelical Christianity” and “Catholicism” as examples of “religious extremism,” according to the Archdiocese for the Military Services and the Chaplain Alliance for Religious Liberty, who shared a copy of the documents with The Christian Post.

“The number of hate groups, extremists and anti‐govt organizations in the U.S. has continued to grow over the past three years, according to reports by the Southern Poverty Law Center. They increased to 1,018 in 2011, up from 1,002 in 2010 and 602 in 2000,” reads the first page of the slide presentation labeled “Extremism & Extremist Organizations.”

Listed alongside “extremist” groups and organizations like the Klu Klux Klan and al-Qaida, the U.S. Army slideshow has “Evangelical Christianity” as the first bullet, followed by the Muslim Brotherhood, Ultra-Orthodox Judaism and farther down on the slide, Catholicism.

Posted below is a picture of the slide entitled “Religious Extremism”…

Religious Extremism

Below that slide there is accompanying text that condemns any religion that believes that it is the only “right way” and that believes that other religions are wrong…

Extremism is a complex phenomenon; it is defined as beliefs, attitudes, feelings, actions, or strategies of a character far removed from the “ordinary.” Because “ordinary” is subjective, no religious group would label itself extreme or its doctrine “extremism.” However, religious extremism is not limited to any single religion, ethnic group, or region of the world; every religion has some followers that believe that their beliefs, customs and traditions are the only “right way” and that all others are practicing their faith the “wrong way,” seeing and believing that their faith/religion superior to all others.

Well, that is exactly what evangelical Christians believe. They believe that the death of Jesus Christ on the cross is the only payment for sin and thus the only way to be reconciled to God. Unfortunately, this belief is now enough to be labeled as a “religious extremist”.

And sadly this is far from an isolated incident. Since Barack Obama was first elected, Christians have been demonized in government report after government report. In a previous article entitled “Patriots And Christians Have Been Repeatedly Labeled As Potential Terrorists Since Obama Became President” I detailed many of these instances.

But of course it is not just the government that is demonizing Christians these days.

Just look at what the reaction on social media has been to the death of the son of Pastor Rick Warren.

A lot of people out there have decided to use the death of his mentally ill son as an opportunity to spew hatred toward Pastor Rick Warren and his faith. The following are a few examples of this hate that have been posted on Twitter…

-@Goatyeah Rick Warren compared Gay 2 mental illness/his son just killed himself 4 mental illness..Is Karma paying a visit 2 the  ?

-@WagCasey So pastor Rick Warren’s son killed himself? Gee, I wonder what drove him to that?

-@BarberaLaPeters @BryanJFischer well after all the dead gay kids Rick Warren is responsible for, I guess one of his is a small price to pay.

-@SamirPerez Was @RickWarren‘s son gay? Maybe conversion therapy, condemnation and hatred towards gays was too much for matt…

-@War_of_Kings I wonder if Rick Warren’s son was gay and killed himself because of his father’s anti-gay bashing?

-@rashid7053 @BlazePhoenix_ I would’ve committed suicide if my dad was Rick Warren too.

-@GinsburgJobs @marlenan21 Rick Warren has done terrible damage; my first thought was that his son was gay thats why he did it. Its sad for the boy.

-@anyprophet so who else is shocked that rick warren drove his gay son to suicide?

-@TheReallyRick Son of Saddleback Church pastor Rick Warren has committed suicide. Place your bets on when its discovered he was gay.

Sadly, those are some of the cleaner examples. There are many more which include language that is definitely not appropriate for children to read.

So why are evangelical Christians hated so much? Well, the truth is that they are primarily hated because of what they believe. Attempts to intimidate evangelical Christians into changing their beliefs continue to become more frightening. The following are just a few examples…

1 – A student at Florida Atlantic University was recently suspended from classfor refusing “to write the word ‘Jesus’ on a piece of paper, fold it up, and step on it.”

2 – A 14-year-old homeschooler in Maryland received multiple death threatsafter testifying in favor of traditional marriage before the Maryland state senate.

3 – A 14-year-old student at a public school in Texas was suspended from school for saying that he believes that homosexuality is wrong.

4 – A gay activist group that smashed up a church in Oregon says that it hopes that it will “strike fear into the hearts” of Christian leaders…

The group that allegedly smashed up a Portland church hopes its “small act of vengeance will strike fear into the hearts of” Christian leaders who teach traditional sexual morality, according to an e-mail message the group released to the public. A group calling itself “Angry Queers” has claimed responsibility for throwing baseball-sized rocks through nine church windows in Portland’s Mars Hill Church, including two 100-year-old stained glass panes.

5 – A high school teacher in Oregon was recently escorted from his school by police for objecting to the presence of Planned Parenthood in the school.

6 – Some gay activists up in Illinois actually threw concrete brick pavers through the glass doors of one Christian organization in an attempt to intimidate them…

Pro-homosexual activists attacked the Christian Liberty Academy early October 15th – throwing two large, concrete brick pavers through its glass doors with a hate-note attached– and then issued an online statement claiming responsibility for the crime. The attackers demanded that CLA “shut down” a banquet it was hosting later that evening for the “homophobic hate group,” Americans For Truth About Homosexuality (AFTAH).

7 – All over the country people are being fired from their jobs for expressing their belief in the Biblical view of sexual morality.

8 – Street preachers all over America are being threatened with arrest just for standing on street corners and preaching the gospel. Here is one recent example from Illinois

“I did pretty much the same thing: I preached about twenty minutes, and I handed out a few tracts,” Johnson explained. “[W]hen I got in my car to leave, … and as I was getting ready to start the car, the police zoomed up and turned on their lights, and told me to get out of the car.”

“They pretty much said the same thing,” he continued. “They said, ‘You’re not supposed to raise your voice or scare anybody and tell people they’re going to die.’ I said, ‘Well, what if that building’s on fire and I raise my voice and tell people if they don’t leave, they’re going to die? Is that wrong?’”

And the Southern Poverty Law Center is very open about who they consider the enemy to be. The following are just a few prominent evangelical Christian organizations that the SPLC identifies as hate groups

The American Family Association

Concerned Women for America

Coral Ridge Ministries

Family Research Council

Anyone that is familiar with any of those groups knows that they are absolutely not hate groups. In fact, they are filled with tremendously loving people. The people that make up organizations such as those are the backbone of America.

But these days there are many liberal organizations that will label anyone that does not agree with them as a “hate group” at the drop of a hat.

In another report entitled “The Year in Hate and Extremism“, the Southern Poverty Law Center mentions the following individuals and groups…

Rand Paul

Chuck Baldwin



Judicial Watch

The Oath Keepers

The truth, of course, is that all of those individuals and organizations are deeply patriotic and are trying to turn America around. It is the SPLC that is the one that is filled with hate, and they clearly have a very deep hatred for anyone that does not agree with them.

Sadly, what is happening to evangelical Christians in America is just part of a larger trend that is happening all over the globe. The following is from a recentReuters article

About 100 million Christians are persecuted around the world, with conditions worsening for them most rapidly in Syria and Ethiopia, according to an annual report by a group supporting oppressed Christians worldwide.

Open Doors, a non-denominational Christian group, listed North Korea, Saudi Arabia and Afghanistan as the three toughest countries for Christians last year. They topped the 50-country ranking for 2011 as well.

Persecution of Christians is on the rise, and it is probably only going to get worse in the years ahead.

Remember what happened in Nazi Germany. There was a long program of demonization against the groups that the Nazis hated before they ever started to round them up and take them off to camps.

In the end, those that are now demonizing evangelical Christians will not just be satisfied with calling them names. They ultimately want much more, and what we are witnessing now is just the warm-up act.


This article was posted: Monday, April 8, 2013 at 5:51 am






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Dale Mcalpine getting arrested and charged on 20 April 2010 for saying homosexual conduct was a "sin".


Dale Mcalpine getting arrested and charged on 20 April 2010 for saying homosexual conduct was a "sin".







Equal Justice Under The Law






DOJ: The Use of Husband and Wife is Now Hate Speech 
The DOJ crosses more boundaries by sending out a LGBT, directive to managers on how to handle employees "coming out of the closet" at the office. They say the use of "husband" and "wife" is hateful to homosexuals in the office. In the pamphlet it says silence is no longer an option and They overtly step on the first amendment rights of all straight employees. Since the DOJ is so hot and heavy to make sure everyone feels included, they should have a DOJ Whistleblowers and Truthseeker Pride Directive.

Girls Threatened With Hate Crime Charges For Complaining About Transgender Bathroom Harassment


School tells parents boy’s rights as transgender trump their daughter’s privacy rights

Paul Joseph Watson
October 14, 2013

Female students at Florence High School in Colorado were threatened with hate crimes charges when they complained about being harassed by a transgender boy in the girls’ bathroom.



Initial complaints about the transgender student’s behavior towards the girls were made by their parents, who were told by the school that the boy’s transgender rights trumped the privacy rights of their daughters.

When the female students continued to complain about the harassment, the school threatened to kick them off the athletic team or even hit them with hate crimes charges if they didn’t stay silent.

The Pacific Justice Institute sent a letter to the school warning them against prioritizing transgender rights over the privacy rights of female students.

“We’re not going to stand by and let 99.7 percent of our students lose their privacy and free speech rights just because .3 percent of the population are gender-confused,” the letter stated.

The school so adamantly sided with the transgender student that officials even suggested the girls give up access to most of their restrooms altogether, reported CBN News.

Although Colorado’s treatment of transgender school children is determined by policy, California became the first U.S. state to mandate by law the right of girls and boys to choose which bathroom they would use regardless of their gender back in August when Democratic Gov. Jerry Brown signed AB 1266, otherwise known as the ‘Transgender Bathroom Bill’. The law takes effect on January 1st.

The Pacific Justice Institute is circulating a petition that would force state officials to put the bill up for a referendum. If the group collects 500,000 signatures from Californians before November 10, the Bathroom Bill will be temporarily suspended until it is voted on at the next State general election in November of 2014.

Californians “jolted by the mental image of children sharing lavatories and locker rooms with opposite-sex classmates,” are making concerted efforts to repeal the bill before it becomes law, reports Bloomberg. If the bill is suspended, it could set the precedent for other areas of the country.

However, in states like Colorado, Massachusetts, Connecticut and Washington, students and parents are at the mercy of schools who have already instituted policies which exalt the rights of a tiny minority while violating the privacy rights of a huge majority of students who are being forced to share bathrooms with members of the opposite sex who identify as transgender.

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Hate Crime: Gay Activists Brutally Beat Christians in America


Be tolerant or we will beat you into submission!


Kit Daniels
July 5, 2013

Seattle Pridefest marchers viciously attacked a Christian street preacher, pummeling him in the back of the head and kicking him in the ribs as he knelt in pain on the ground.


WARNING: Strong language and violence in following videos.


Brawl at Pride Fest in Seattle. Street preachers get attacked by crowd. 30 June 2013

While photographing this event, I witnessed a growing anger from some of the crowd, towards the preachers. All of a sudden a few members in the crowd attacked the street preachers. I switched to video to document the incident. I DO NOT condone what the attackers did. While I don't agree with these preachers, it is their Constitutional right to be in public and preach. I think it is tragic that some of the people who justifiably want tolerance in their life, deny that same tolerance to others. I commend the responding Seattle PD Officers for the professional way they handled this situation. The main aggressor was arrested.
On a side note: I think it is a testament to the assailants and aggressors that the Seattle PD removes a PBR can and some liquor bottle from the top of the baby buggy this woman has her children in. Where were those children while their caretakers were beating innocent people up?
Update: KOMO News has run my video. It can be seen at:


Ok YouTube: This video has gotten WAY bigger than I anticipated. I will no longer have the video set to approve comments. There are just WAY too many. I will not be monitoring comments or responding to them. Any bigotry, racism, and what not, is no longer under my control.



As revealed in the disturbing video, two Christian street preachers stood near a gay pride march, one holding a large sign and the other one clutching a Bible.

The sign did not make any targeted, inflammatory statements against any particular group.

But several of the marchers did not care.

A heavy-set man and a woman broke off from the march to confront the preachers. The preacher in the “Trust Jesus” t-shirt tried to block the initial shoving with his Bible.

Both preachers attempted to retreat from conflict.

A short man knocked down the preacher holding the sign, taking it away from him as the heavy-set man sucker punched the preacher in the head.

The short man showed no mercy as he kicked the now-down preacher in the ribs.

After the brutal assault on both the preachers and free speech, two police officers walked towards the quickly fleeing attackers.

According to Life Site News, the officers did arrest 36-year-old Jason Queree as well as an additional suspect.

This violent attack is similar to an incident at Pride 2012 in Toronto where activists verbally and physically assaulted (with a water bottle) a microphone-welding street preacher who kept his composure the entire time.


Toronto Police vs Christians at Pride 2012

 Peaceful discussion between the Preacher and man in blue, when they were interrupted by a man and woman. Others jumped in. The Preacher tried to have a respectful conversation. Cops then came taking sides with the pride supporters. The cops then started to push the Christians and tried to stop their free speech. When asking the cop to give his badge number and name, the officer said look here (shoulder) while walking away. I ask several times before he then grabbed my camera and pushed me against the wall. The officer took my camera and placed it in his pocket. He then proceeded to tell me he did not have it.
Others told him he had no right to take my personal property. after asking again for my camera he gave it back.
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At one point the preacher even offered to hand his microphone over to his opposition.

“If anyone wants to have a respectful conversation one by one, I’m going to lend the mike and we’re going to go back and forth,” he said. “Is that a deal?”

After the first lady spoke her differing opinion to the preacher through his microphone, Officer Adams with the Toronto police walked up to him.

“You’re causing a disturbance right now,” he said to the preacher. “Guys, everybody, by staying and listening to it, you’re helping him get his message out.”

The preacher accused Adams of taking sides.

“I’m telling my religion,” he said. “Is there something wrong with that?”

Officer Pasini came to aid Adams and told the preacher he was “promoting hate words.”

“Pack it up,” Adams said near the end of the recorded footage.

Regardless of the views expressed by participants in both of these incidents, people should never incite violence against those engaging in free speech.

The freedom of expression is a right. Like any other inalienable right, it should never be suppressed.






US Army defines Christian ministry as ‘domestic hate group’



Todd Starnes
Fox News
Oct. 15, 2013

Several dozen U.S. Army active duty and reserve troops were told last week that the American Family Association, a well-respected Christian ministry, should be classified as a domestic hate group because the group advocates for traditional family values.

The briefing was held at Camp Shelby in Mississippi and listed the AFA alongside domestic hate groups like the Ku Klux Klan, Neo-Nazis, the Black Panthers and the Nation of Islam.

A soldier who attended the briefing contacted me and sent me a photograph of a slide show presentation that listed AFA as a domestic hate group. Under the AFA headline is a photograph of Westboro Baptist Church preacher Fred Phelps holding a sign reading “No special law for f***.”

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This article was posted: Tuesday, October 15, 2013 at 11:16 am









Lesbian Mayor Uses Position To Go After Pastors

Published on Oct 17, 2014

The controversy is centered around Houston’s so-called “bathroom bill,” a law passed in June that allows members of the opposite sex to use each other’s restrooms. Houston residents responded by collecting 50,000 signatures to get the measure repealed, three times the amount required to put the issue on the ballot.

However, lesbian Mayor Annise Parker and City Attorney David Feldman rejected the petition, prompting its supporters and the Alliance Defending Freedom to file a lawsuit, Woodfill v. Parker.

The city shot back by demanding that pastors opposed to the law hand over “communications with church members” to determine which pastors have “opposed or criticized the city.”

According to former Harris County GOP chairman Jared Woodfill, the city’s actions represent a brazen attack on the First Amendment. http://www.infowars.com/houston-deman...







Tyrannical Houston Mayor Attacks Christian Churches

Published on Oct 16, 2014

Governments have no problem usurping power from the church. In fact, misinterpreting Romans 13 means many Christians think it's divinely sanctioned to grovel at Big Government's cloven feet.

Houston Demand to See Pastors’ Sermons a Chilling Attempt to Silence Free Speech - http://www.infowars.com/houston-deman...

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Liberals Declare Duck Dynasty Christian Views “Hate Speech”

Media goes beyond disagreement in push for chilling effect against free speech

Kit Daniels
December 19, 2013

Political pundits are now flooding the airwaves to not just disagree with Duck Dynasty star Phil Robertson but to also declare that he is engaging in “hate speech” – setting a precedent for a future chilling effect on non-establishment viewpoints. This morning, a panel group on CNN declared that Robertson’s recent comments in GQ magazine was “dangerous hate speech.”

“He has every right to say what he feels about homosexuality and calling it a sin, but to tie it to something like bestiality, which isn’t even true, may be harmful because there are a lot of kids who are gay who are bullied because of comments like this,” CNN anchor Carol Costello said. “Isn’t that dangerous?”

“This man has attacked an entire group of people with horrific defamation,” Huffington Post contributor Michelangelo Signorile said. “There should be ramifications. There should be outrage.”

Robertson, who is a devout Christian, gave his opinion on homosexuality in the January 2014 edition of GQ magazine.

“It seems like, to me, a vagina – as a man – would be more desirable than a man’s anus,” he said. “That’s just me.”

“I’m just thinking: There’s more there! She’s got more to offer. I mean, come on, dudes! You know what I’m saying? But hey, sin: It’s not logical, my man. It’s just not logical.”

Drew Magary of GQ also asked Robertson what he thought was sinful.

“Start with homosexual behavior and just morph out from there,” he responded. “Bestiality, sleeping around with this woman and that woman and that woman and those men.”

“Don’t be deceived. Neither the adulterers, the idolaters, the male prostitutes, the homosexual offenders, the greedy, the drunkards, the slanderers, the swindlers… they won’t inherit the kingdom of God. Don’t deceive yourself. It’s not right.”

Regardless of whether you agree or disagree with Robertson’s opinion, it’s seems pretty extreme for CNN and others to label it “dangerous” and violence inducing, especially considering that Robertson paraphrased the First Corinthians from the New Testament of the Bible.

Will CNN and other liberals also start blaming Christian churches for violent crimes as they do with gun manufacturers?

The point here isn’t about what Phil Robertson said or his Christian lifestyle; rather, it’s the mainstream response to his opinion that goes way beyond disagreeing with him.

They are using this to push an anti-free speech agenda designed to keep anyone from speaking out against viewpoints propagated by the establishment.

This article was posted: Thursday, December 19, 2013 at 1:12 pm







Criticizing Islam Now a Thought Crime!

Political party leader Paul Weston was arrested by police and faces up to two years in jail for criticizing the religion of Islam during a public speech in the United Kingdom.

Weston's "racially aggravated" hate crime consisted of him quoting Winston Churchill.

Weston's arrest reveals the chilling implementation of thought crime in Britain and how political correctness is being used as a weapon with which to destroy the edifice of freedom of speech across the western world.



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