Tuesday, May 02, 2006

Honorable Justice


The man you see pictured here is that of none other than the honorable Judge Roy Moore, former Chief Justice of the Alabama State Supreme court. He was one of the last remaining honorable justices to hold the bench - One of the last remaining defenders of what is morally and ethically right. But alas, he was brought down by a rotten-to-the-core liberal activist tyrant in the form of a federal district court judge and a compromising Alabama state court oversight commission because he would not compromise in the execution of his duties by obeying the unlawful, evil, and tyrannical order of the federal district court to remove the 10 commandments from the courthouse. Such liberal activist tyrant judges like the one that brought down the honorable Judge Roy Moore are legion in our modern-day legal system, and they are destroying our treasured way of life.

I am fully aware of the fact that there are forms of popular music and culture which are far worse than Pump Up the Jam, Smashmouth, and NKOTB (the music I preached about before). There is no limit to the depths of depravity to which people can sink when our society is controlled by liberals, secularists, witches, and activist judges. I try to insulate myself from these influences, to the extent possible, by constantly reading the bible and only listening to old-time country bible hymns and only thinking good wholesome thoughts. Therefore, I am not up to date on the current level of depravity. Clearly anyone who listens to the type of evil garbage that was quoted in the comments on my rock music post (like NIN or Led Zeplin) is hopelessly lost, and short of divine providence, there is no hope for them. I recognize that they can’t be influenced in favor of old-time morals and traditional Christian values. I believe in fighting the battles that can be won, and these battles are being fought in Christian homes, where the parents allow the type of music that I wrote about. (Christian homes would never allow NIN to be played in the home, but they do allow things like pump up the jam, smash mouth, and NKOTB.) Because the most depraved sinners can’t be influenced to lead moral lives, the only real solution for saving our society would come from enacting laws that ban all forms of rock music, with varying penalties for listening to it, depending on the level of depravity of the music being listened too. This would bring down those of you who live under the cover of immorality once and for all!!!

However, the ultimate blame for the depravity that exists in our modern society lies not with those of you who indulge in these obscenities. Those of you who listen to rock music are, in a sense, victims of a liberal, secular, permissive, and immoral government and legal system. Ultimately, I blame the state of our culture and our society on tyrannical activist judges. As I said, my post about rock music was meant to reach Christian homes where the parents allow the type of music I wrote about. Those who are hopelessly depraved (because they listen the NIN, Led Zeplin, and other unspeakable things) are hopelessly lost and cannot be reached, and therefore require laws and government enforcement to prevent their immorality from affecting the righteous: people who live in small country towns, Christian homes, Christian families, and go to church. The reason this legal remedy has not come to pass is due to the tyranny of liberal activist judges. Therefore, I blame evil, liberal, tyrannical, activist judges for the depravity that exists in our culture!!! These out-of-control tyrant judges are on a reckless Satanic rampage aimed at destroying our treasured moral values! They are trying to rewrite our laws such that our society ultimately turns into a society of punk rockers, hip hoppers, and club hoppers. Why?? Because, behind those black robes and the intellectual demeanors and Ivy league credentials are reckless promotors and consumers of pop culture that want to "get their freak on" and "party down" just as much as the rest of you, and all at the expense of Christian values! They must be brought down!!! They must be cast out!!! They must be replaced by good, strict, stern, solemn men of the church - Men with moral courage and an unyielding commitment to righteousness! The honorable Judge Roy Moore, former Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court fits the bill. But just having the 10 commandments in the court isn’t nearly enough! I believe that our courts of law and our churches must be consolidated into one institution that would serve the exact same function. And that function is the public judgement, condemnation, and punishment of sin and vice. I fail to understand various aspects concerning why we as a nation are not currently moving in this direction. I fail to understand why we, as a people, allowed our once good and proper Christian society to be overtaken by punk rockers, hip hoppers, club dancers, liberals, secularists, witches, and activist judges. I fail to understand.....I fail to understand....Oh woe unto you who seek to destroy our old-time morals and our righteous way of life. I end this post with an important excerpt from my inspirational poem "Let the Fire Fall!"

A wall of judicial tyranny,
A grotesque judicial wall,
Let it Fall Now, Christian Soldiers!
Christian Soldiers, Let it Fall!

Abandoned by a government,
That seeks only compromise,
The tyrannical walls form a wicked house,
A wicked house of lies!

Woe unto ye inhabitants,
Of this wicked house of lies,
Ye will answer before the judgement throne,
For your treasonous Satanic ties!

7 Comments:

Anonymous Ryven said...

No, the reason all of this "sin", as you call it, has come to pass is because as judges, they must remain non-partisan and respect the freedom of everyone in this country, not just Christians.

A judge tainted by preset "moral" objections is not a good judge at all. His judgement is sullied by his own self-righteousness, he condemns people because his Church says so.

This is not the sort of judge that the majority of the US wants and needs.

7:06 PM  
Anonymous Led-Head said...

"Because, behind those black robes and the intellectual demeanors and Ivy league credentials are reckless promotors and consumers of pop culture that want to "get their freak on" and "party down" just as much as the rest of you, and all at the expense of Christian values!"

Well, I'm glad our judges have something going in their favor besides our tax dollars.

10:31 PM  
Blogger Dr. JD Parnell said...

Judges are required to protect and defend that constitution, and I don't recall there being anything in the constitution saying "thou shalt not have mandatory Christian prayer" or "thou shalt allow obscene rock music and hip hop to corrupt our Chritian communities". However, even if that was in the constitution it would not matter to me because I subscribe to a higher moral authority - the authority of the Bible, which explicitly forbids rock music, and would require that children dutifully recite their prayers in school with wholeheartedness and righteous enthusiasm. The liberal activist judges are on a reckless, tyrannical, satanic ramppage to prevent this from happening.

1:02 PM  
Anonymous Ryven said...

See, and that's your problem. You place yourself "above" the laws of this country, and thusly scoff at anything this country holds dear. You're not worried about this country at all; the only thing you're worried about is gaining power over America, so you can do whatever you want, and everyone else be damned.

You're just as evil as Nathaniel.

1:40 PM  
Blogger Nathaniel said...

ryven -- we don't place ourselves above the law of this country; -no, we place God's law above them. we must follow God's law regardless of what American law says, especially since witchcraft has destroyed the minds of the public. you are the perfect example why good Christians everywhere should follow the Bible and not the Constitutiton.

and we do hold America dear, which is why we insist on everyone reading and accepting the Bible as the word of God.

12:13 PM  
Anonymous Ryven said...

If you cared about America, you'd be preserving what it stands for, not trying to break it down into what you want it to be.

7:13 PM  
Anonymous Led-Head said...

"However, even if that was in the constitution it would not matter to me because I subscribe to a higher moral authority - the authority of the Bible, which explicitly forbids rock music, and would require that children dutifully recite their prayers in school with wholeheartedness and righteous enthusiasm."

Believe it or not, I've read the Bible, and I don't recall any verse in the Bible that says, "Thou shalt not listen to Rock music, and thy children shall be forced to pray in public school." And even if it did, I still wouldn't give up my music or force my students to pray in school.

Besides, for your information, students *are* allowed to gather at school and pray if they choose to do so. Teachers can pray on their own as well, we just can't force them to pray or lead them in prayer. Where I'm teaching we even offer a Bible class as an elective. It's perfectly legal, it's fair to everybody, and the only people who are *not* happy with the arrangement are the ones who want to stuff their beliefs down other people's throats!

Sorry (no, actually I'm not).

1:57 AM  

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