October 7, 2017
Soon they’ll be begging to be shoved back in their closets.
People, left to their own devices, will naturally segregate themselves racially and shun faggots, perverts and other weirdoes. It’s not even necessary to make laws specifically mandating it. The only reason we’re in this mess is because the government is forcing people to tolerate things they despise.
Well, Attorney Gereral Jeff Session’s new initiative is a giant step in the right direction.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions issued sweeping guidance to executive branch agencies Friday on the Justice Department’s interpretation of how the government should respect religious freedom, triggering an immediate backlash from civil liberties groups who asserted the nation’s top law enforcement officer was trying to offer a license for discrimination.
In a memorandum titled “Federal Law Protections for Religious Liberty,” Sessions articulated 20 sweeping principles about religious freedom and what that means for the U.S. government — among them that freedom of religion extends to people and organizations; that religious employers are allowed to hire only those whose conduct is consistent with their beliefs; and that grants can’t require religious organizations to change their character.
At last, we can make America straight again.
This, if put into application, could be a huge win.
It means you can discriminate against protected classes in order to follow your religious beliefs – even if you’re a business.
In one fell swoop, it means anyone can stop hiring perverts – or fire them immediately – simply by proclaiming to be Christian.
Though the principles are lofty — and some of them in no way objectionable — they could have a broad negative impact, permitting religious groups to impinge on the rights of LGBT people and others, said civil liberties advocates, including the American Civil Liberties Union, Equality Federation and others. The announcement, though, was welcomed by groups like the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty, the Alliance Defending Freedom and the Family Research Council.
“Except in the narrowest circumstances, no one should be forced to choose between living out his or her faith and complying with the law,” Sessions wrote. “Therefore, to the greatest extent practicable and permitted by law, religious observance and practice should be reasonably accommodated in all government activity, including employment, contracting, and programming.”
Now, we just need a religion that bans smoking crack and making mix tapes.
Just make a new version of Christianity that bans typical non-White behaviors and you can simply fire them for having “conduct inconsistent with your religious beliefs.”
If we push this principle far enough, we might just be able to reclaim our long-lost constitutional freedom of association.
They say companies no longer need to subsidize birth control if they claim to be Christian. This could be used to justify cutting funding to all sorts of other anti-White crap.
I’m very excited to see where this goes.