The Spiritual Dimension of Progressives' Rage
Linda Harvey, WND.com
There’s no question Christians and conservatives are being denied a voice in much of America’s public square these days. But what’s really behind the left’s tyranny on the campuses of Berkeley, Middlebury, Claremont McKenna, University of Wisconsin and others?
Or the unhinged, vulgar rampage of a self-described homosexual principal against peaceful, pro-life teen demonstrators?
Ann Coulter, Milo Yiannopoulos, and David Horowitz are not welcome at Berkeley. Their views apparently cannot be allowed expression. Nor can the realities of abortion be revealed to students at a high school in Pennsylvania.
The assistant principal sang, “I love a parade!!!” at the top of his lungs to drown out the voices of two teens trying to witness about the tragedy of abortion.
And what about that teacher in Tampa who can’t abide the sight of crosses in her classroom? She too is a homosexual, “partnered” with another lesbian teacher.
Or how about protesters at town hall meetings in Louisiana and Michigan who shouted, ”Separation of church and state!” to drown out opening prayers?
These street-thug tactics are becoming commonplace. I’ve experienced this unhinged reaction during peaceful protests and press conferences, when rabid homosexuals tried to deny our group a voice. Chanting, bullhorns, and blocking presenters are common maneuvers.
These radicals fear believers, they fear responsible conservatives, and they fear the name of Christ. In fact, the widespread prohibition of Christian and conservative views at universities is starting to resemble the ancient pagan practice of “taboo.” There’s another explanation, though, one that exposes an even deeper level of spiritual darkness.
In pagan rituals, to speak an idea is to give it life. Words and incantations carry (so it is believed) immense power. A ritual must be performed with chants and invocations in an exact sequence, or the spell loses its effectiveness.
So, the opposite is also true in the occultist worldview. The words of one’s opponents— full of “negativity” -- must not be permitted.
One of witchcraft’s matriarchs explained it this way. “We believe that to give evil a name is to give it power,” said Silver Ravenwolf in her book Teen Witch. So not only must opponents be denied a platform, they must not even be named.
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WASHINGTON, D.C.—Today, a major blow was delivered to three of the largest gay activist organizations in the United States, as the National Task Force for Therapy Equality, representing tens of thousands of licensed psychotherapists, psychiatrists, and physicians and over 1,000 clients and patients, filed a consumer fraud complaint on behalf of eight organizations with the Federal Trade Commission, charging the Southern Poverty Law Center, Human Rights Campaign, and National Center for Lesbian Rights of committing mass deception and fraud in their efforts to ban counseling by licensed professionals for clients distressed with unwanted same-sex attractions and gender identity conflicts. ..
To read the report to the FTC, go HERE.