In a sickening and sinister turn, the American Family Association has been labeled a "domestic hate group" by the thugs in the Obama Administration. The U.S. Army has been ordered to classify the AFA as such, along with literal hate groups like Klu Klux Klan, the Black Panthers, and the Neo-Nazis. This is an outrage. The AFA is a respected Christian ministry, and has been around since 1937. This is a deliberate strategy by the Obama Administration, the liberal media, and the American culture itself to turn on Christians. The AFA stands for traditional family values, and as such, they must now pay the price in a culture that is going straight to Hell.

HateSymbol-307x275America has turned, and it is becoming completely hostile to Christianity. Last week, U.S. Army active duty and reserve troops were briefed on the American Family Association at Camp Shelby in Mississippi. There, they were officially listed as a domestic hate group, in the KKK manner, the Black Panther kind; that kind of a hate group. The AFA has been labeled the kind of hate group that targets people of color and carries out mass destruction. Why?

It boils down to the fact that the AFA has taken a strong position on traditional family values. They will not cave to the ravenous homosexual agenda that is driving this ship, starting at the top and working its way down.

Fox news contributor Todd Starnes stated, "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***.”

The AFA has nothing to do with Westboro, which is well known for picketing servicemen and women's funerals, among other such antics. To label the AFA in the same context as Westboro is just an easy way out, and it's convenient and fits the agenda of the Administration. Mikey Weinstein, the Obama Administration's "consultant" for religious tolerance to the Pentagon, is behind this. He's a militant atheist and the founder of the Military Religious Freedom Foundation.

660-Starnes-AFA-briefingUsing the "anti-gay" angle for a reason to label a strong Christian organization as a domestic hate group is simply one facet of a greater strategy. That strategy is to label all Christian ministries as hate groups simply for being Christians. That is the next step.

The instructor said AFA could be considered a hate group because they don’t like gays,” the soldier told me. “The slide was talking about how AFA refers to gays as sinners and heathens and derogatory terms.” Later in the briefing, the soldiers were reportedly told that they could face punishment for participating in organizations that are considered hate groups.

Bryan Fischer hosts a talk show on American Family Radio. He called the Army’s allegations “libelous, slanderous and blatantly false.”

The AFA spurs activism directed to:

This is standard Christian protocol, but when you have decidedly anti-Christian forces working to rid the world of Christian influence, this is what you get. This is nothing more than an all out purging of Christianity. The virus that is the homosexual agenda is at play here, but this feeds into the greater hatred of the gospel of Jesus Christ.

Top consultant Mikey Weinstein reportedly calls evangelicals in the military "a virulently dominionist, fundamentalist evangelical Christian element within the Pentagon. They would prefer this to be the 'Pentecostalgon,' not the Pentagon.... they don't have the mental wherewithal to understand that to a person who isn't an evangelical Christian, you're calling our faith a cancer."

Weinstein leads straight to Chuck Hagel, and then to President Obama. The chain is perfectly in tact, and the goal singular.

If our military wasn’t headed by a commander-in-chief who is hostile to Christian faith, these allegations would be laughed off every military base in the world,” Bryan Fischer said.

Fisher could not be more correct. This is the work of a President who tells the world he's a Christian, but is a Muslim. He's a fraud, an imposter. He's using the American military, one of the strongest Christian institutions in this country, to sow "seeds of doubt" about Christians to the American people. He's sowing discord, which is what he does best. This battle is 100 percent Satanic. Purge the world of Christianity, and then everyone will truly be free. It's the most twisted of perversions, but people fall for it every time.

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