Conservatives Killed Jesus

By Theodore Shoebat

Conservatives killed Jesus, not liberals. Let this be a message to all those who follow heretics and other dangerous thinkers, just because they have “family values” and “believe in God,” or even, supposedly, “believe in the Bible.”

To clarify, I am of a conservative persuasion, being pro-life, pro-guns, anti-homosexual, Christian and straight. I will never follow a leftist or progressive, but I will most certainly never follow anyone just because they come under the guise of “conservative,” “traditional,” or “pro-family.”

Satan himself will become conservative just to deceive; Satan will turn himself into a pro-family, pro-marriage, and pro-gun enthusiast just to convince another sheep to walk into the slaughterhouse.

Lets not forget who killed Jesus: conservative Jews who saw Christ as a threat to their religious establishment, the corruptions of which the Son of God dared to challenge. Jesus did not challenge conservative morality (for He Himself was conservative in morality), but the hypocrisy of the Jewish leaders who, while presenting themselves as having good morals, were absent of mercy and subscribed to corrupt teachings.

The Apostle James was murdered by the Sadducees whose judgements, in the words of Josephus, “are cruel beyond all the Jews” (Quoted in Eusebius, Church History, 2.20, trans. Roy J. Deferrari).

If judaizers such as Michael Rood and Jim Staley had their way, they would mercilessly punish those who celebrate Christmas and Easter, just as the Pharisees and Saducees before them persecuted the earliest Christians.

The hypocrisy of the Jewish leaders is most illustrated in their appeal to Rome for the execution of Jesus. When the same Jewish conservative leaders, who wanted the Messiah to overthrow Roman rule over Israel, were asked by Pilate, “Shall I crucify your king?” they responded with these toady words: “We have no king but Caesar” (John 19:15).

Thus is the attitude of those conservatives who are evil: they will use conservative morality to deceive and destroy, and be sycophantical to those who they priorly were against, in order to advance themselves. The Jewish leaders went against Jesus in the name of their conservative morality, wanted to overthrow Rome in the advancement of that morality, and in the end, kissed up to the very Caesar who they hated, all to exalt their power.

We see this mentality amongst the conservative establishment in America, where we have a cult of conservatism in which anyone who has the image of a man of family values is excepted regardless of theology. For example, here is a video of David Barton, a pastor who is (as his position requires) suppose to defend orthodoxy, being sycophantic toward Glenn Beck as he openly rejects the divinity of Jesus, an action that would have been absolutely intolerable in the Middle Ages:

Why would David Barton do such a thing? Because Beck is famous, and once fame and power comes into the picture, truth is thrown out of the window. The Caesar was famous, he was powerful, in the presence of the very fame of Rome, the Pharisees threw out their orthodoxy, did away with truth, did away with their Messiah, declared a coup against God and attempted to place Caesar in the throne of Heaven. They may have talked of God and tradition in their mouths, but their actions preached a different gospel: The king was not God, but the prestigious tyrant on whose head was the crown and under whose hands was the glorious empire on earth.

Thus are those conservatives who are evil. We see this today with the most beloved Chick-fil-a restaurant. It has been my fear for quite some time, that around the culture of this restaurant, there is a cult of Chikc-fil-a, just as there is a cult of Glenn Beck, in which the business is revered as a bastion of Christian morality which deserves no criticism. It is only now that I am expressing this sentiment.

Chick-fil-a expressed its beliefs for traditional marriage, and countless righteous people flocked to the restaurant to show their support. But it was my suspicion that their statements was simply a facade to appeal to the much overlooked Christian majority of America. In other words, I saw it as fluff, and effective marketing. I kept silent because, while I was under this impression, I was not conclusive and did want to speak without evidence.

But now we see the truth, and the false guise of conservatism that Chick-fil-a has played is now dissipating. Chick-fil-A CEO Dan Cathy has gone the way of the Pharisees, appealing to the Caesar of mammon, sacrificing on the altar of popularity, and thus further enabling the tyrant sodomites to butcher a pig within the house of the sacred.

In order to advance Chick-fil-a and expand it with more locations throughout the US, Cathy has given an alluding apology to the homosexuals, saying

All of us become more wise as time goes by… We sincerely care about all people. …I’m going to leave it [discussion of gay marriage] to politicians and others to discuss social issues

Instead of using his voice and influence against the homosexual agenda, he has left the fight for truth to the mercy of Caesar, to the power of politicians. Chick-fil-a is doing this so that they can have locations in New York, Chicago, and LA, where leftist evils reign.

Despite Chic-fil-a’s pathetic obsequiousness toward the homosexuals, the sodomite politician of New York City, Councilman Daniel Dromm, does not want to allow the restaurant in the city:

We don’t need bigots coming to New York City… They are not welcome here unless they can embrace all of New York’s diverse community, including the LGBT community.

When one turns his back against the Divine Law, and kisses the feet of Caesar, Caesar will eventually place his foot on his neck.

Moreover, Cathy told an interviewer that Chick-fil-a’s past stance for marriage was a mistake, and that the restaurant will now turn its attention to the issues of nutrition (the downfall of every good restaurant), saying,

Every leader goes through different phases of maturity, growth and development and it helps by (recognizing) the mistakes that you make… And you learn from those mistakes. If not, you’re just a fool. I’m thankful that I lived through it and I learned a lot from it. …The world is rapidly, shockingly changing around us and I think every business, every industry is having to move with incredible speed and agility to adapt to the new realities of the world we are in today and certainly health and nutrition is a major issue

Tony Perkins called Cathy out on his pusillanimous actions, rightfully saying,

I think we’re seeing those in the business community becoming cowards… Tolerance is a one-way street for [the same-sex marriage supporters who boycotted Chick-fil-A]. What they want to do is force the rest of America not to just tolerate but to celebrate what they’re doing. They want to redefine America”

Chick-fil-a has betrayed its Christian constituents who are the backbone of the restaurant. But nevertheless, there will always be the sycophants who will viciously defend Chick-fil-a because it is “conservative.”

I remember one day I told a friend, who worked at Chick-fil-a, of my first time at the restaurant. I said, jokingly, that there was an annoying little girl behind me who mercilessly tormented her parents by screaming to the roof of her lungs, “I want a root beer!!!” The mother said, “But honey, I thought you wanted Hawaiian Punch?” “I want a root bear!!!” The father said, miserably, “Just give her a root bear.” The mother acquiesced and did just that. Then the little girl screamed, “I wanna go play!!” “But honey,” said the mother, “you need to eat first and then you can go play.” “I wanna go play!!” The parents, in a servile manner, got up and took her to the playground.

My friend did not want to talk to me again after I told her this story, because to her, how could I dare say anything wrong of a customer in Chick-fil-a, a Christian and conservative business?

The same Jewish authorities who conspired against Jesus were all conservative, but they were evil nonetheless.



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