Why do the authorities involved here invent a fake threat instead of dealing with the real one? Because they know that no Crusaders’ Rights group will call them bigots on CNN. They know that no Christians will picket their offices or call them hatemongers.
By Jim Brown for OneNewsNow.com, with thanks to Joe, who also passes along these comments: “Remember that most people fight like they train, so it may be counterproductive to base anti-terrorist training on the presumed motivations and tactics of ‘Christian Terrorists.’…Of course, maybe I just missed all those worldwide ‘Christian Terrorist’ attacks on schools in Christian countries over the last 50 years. Yeah, that must be it.”
The head of a national, Texas-based pro-family group says a recent hostage drill at a New Jersey high school, which portrayed conservative Christians as terrorists, is reflective of a dangerous philosophy that has become prevalent in many parts of America, where it is having negative effects on education.
A local paper reports that a drill at Burlington Township High School in New Jersey involved police portraying mock gunmen, described as “members of a right-wing fundamentalist group called the ‘New Crusaders’ who don’t believe in the separation of church and state.” The fake gunmen were said to have been “seeking justice because the daughter of one [member] had been expelled for praying before class.”