Monday, June 16, 2014

When It Is OK To Ignore Romans 13

I guess Romans 13:1-5 doesn’t apply here:

South Texas church groups are working around the clock to shuttle what appears to be hundreds of illegal immigrants to housing facilities, benefiting the Obama administration in its deliberate plan to flood America with illegal aliens for political purposes.

Infowars reporters are on the ground in the Rio Grande Valley, the continental United States’ southernmost region, where children and parents from Central America are pouring by the thousands past the US-Mexico border with hopes the U.S. will soon grant them amnesty, which the Obama administration has practically done through selective enforcement of immigration laws.

While monitoring activity at a bus station in McAllen, Texas, Infowars witnessed several church group vans arriving throughout the day and being loaded to capacity with children (many of them without parents), before heading out to facilities nearby.

I’m not a good person.  I am a sinner after all.  But I am a Christian.  And I don’t like immigration in general. It’s basically an invasion without violence.

Yes, we’re all immigrants.  But at the same time I was born here, but that means precisely dick to the Federal government.  I am looted from the fruits of my labor (higher than what God asks to give to churches) in order to support people who are too lazy to work.

What about the unfair taxation, which is essentially theft?  What about the fact that the Federal government has started murdering US citizens overseas with drone strikes?  What about all the children killed by drone strikes?

No, these churches are “helping” children by making them poverty-stricken in the US rather than Mexico.  We are absorbing the lost children of Mexico because the Mexicans hate their own.

Makes me sick.