Black Lives Matter, an admitted Marxist organization had a rally in Charlotte North Carolina and marched through the streets, late in August, chanting a derogatory chat toward the foundation of Western Civilization and the focus of the Christian faith, Jesus Christ. The group thereby associated attacks on police, federal property, looting, arson, murder and political attacks against President Donald J. Trump and his supporters, with the Marxist agenda of infiltration.
What is very concerning is the radical left movement in the American churches to partner with Black Lives Matter, to give this type of political violence cover.
CATHOLIC CHURCH PARTNERS WITH BLM
Intellectual Takeout, in a recent article, called out a Preist in New York who is giving cover to Black Lives Matter by further abusing his congregation with more social justice.
Deion Kathawa wrote recently, “Fr. Kenneth Boller, pastor of the Church of St. Francis Xavier in New York City, asked that congregants bow their heads for a “racial justice” prayer that he led them in just before the end of the Mass. “I now invite you to stand, and joining [sic] us in the prayer for racial justice, by responding ‘yes’ to each of the following statements,” he began.
What followed was disgraceful: A priest of the triune God Almighty began mouthing poisonous, divisive, racial Marxist platitudes. Fr. Boller invited the demon of racial hatred into the sanctuary and presented it to his flock as their salvation (“Will you renew and honor this pledge daily knowing that our church and our community, our nation, and our world will be better places because of our efforts?”). But he should know better – for God alone is “the giver of life to our bodies, the good savior of our souls, and the guardian of our lives.”
What makes calling out this kind of behavior tricky, however, is the slipperiness of it; much of what Fr. Boller said sounds unobjectionable – like so much anodyne boilerplate. “Do you affirm the inherent worth and dignity of every person?” Of course we do! But this is the strategy: Conceal the presence of radical statements by sprinkling them among other decent and even laudable ones.
“Do you affirm that white privilege is unfair and harmful to those who have it and to those who do not?” or “Do you affirm that white privilege and the culture of white supremacy must be dismantled where it is present?” and “[W]ill you strive to understand more deeply the injustice and suffering white privilege and white supremacy cause?”
Fr. Boller does not say what he means either by “white privilege” or “culture of white supremacy.”
The Marxist infiltration is not just in the Catholic Church. It is happening in many different identity groups. As American Mind points out in a recent article, ” How Marxist ideologues took over our culture. Increasingly, calls for wealth and power redistribution are dressed as compensatory justice for members of different identity groups. We see this playing out on our campuses, in our corporations, and, recently, in our streets”.
Identity groups, that malign people whose identity is in Jesus Christ, are the foundation for Marxism that is currently focused on the destruction of American Liberty.
The New Yorker wrote about a Black Evangelical Pastor who was pushing critical race theory, Cultural Marxism and anti-American, anti-Christian teachings as well.
Episcopal Churches are partnered with anti-Christian Marxist messaging:
The Critical Race Theory teachings is used in church Youth and Teen Small Group settings.
The battle in the church is based on Biblical Justice V. Social Justice, and BLM partnership with churches is really just the beginning of the discussion because many Americans have just recently learned to identify Marxism and really understood the political violence that comes with these late stages of infiltration.
The direction of the church is heavily dependent on who wins the election in November.
Kari is an ex-Community Organizer who writes about Voter Engagement, Cultural Marxism and Campaigns. She has been a grassroots volunteer with the GOP, on and off for 18 years. She is a Homeschool Mom in North Carolina and loves Photojournalism and Citizen Journalism. @Saorsa1776