US Christians victims of new-wave Nazism

US Christians victims of new-wave Nazism

Recently elected West Texas state senator Charles Perry this week compared ‘a spiritual battle’ against religion in the US to the Holocaust.

The Southern Baptist made the comparison after being sworn in on Tuesday following his victory earlier this month in a special election to replace a retiring state senator.

In his inaugural speech, Perry said a recent trip to a concentration camp in Germany made him draw a comparison between what he believes are efforts by the government to pass laws against religion and the killing of Jews during the Holocaust.

There were 10,000 people that were paraded into a medical office [at the concentration camp in Germany] under the guise of a physical. As they stood with their back against the wall, they were executed with a bullet through the throat. Before they left, 10,000 people met their fate that way.

He then asked:

Is it not the same than when our government continues to perpetuate laws that lead citizens away from God?

The only difference is that the fraud of the Germans was more immediate and whereas the fraud of today’s government will not be exposed until the final days and will have eternal-lasting effects.

Perry said in his speech that while he’ll work to address the state’s financial needs by prioritising state funding and balancing the budget without raising taxes, his biggest challenge will be:

The spiritual battle for the spirit of this nation and the soul of its people.

According to Wiki, Perry is a deacon at Southcrest Baptist Church in Lubbock.

11 responses to “US Christians victims of new-wave Nazism”

  1. barriejohn says:

    Glad to see that the comments roundly condemn his remarks. And he obviously slept through all his English classes!

    On the subject of religious maniacs in politics, the BBC documentary Paisley: A Life is well worth watching:

  2. Paul Cook says:

    This man’s comments are deeply offensive.
    There can be no such comparison. It is an outrage.

  3. Dennis says:

    I love my state of TEXAS, but see what I have to put up with here. southern baptist (then auto correct capitalizes the b in baptist) are destroying my beautiful state. they looking to be a part of the end times so bad because they the “special” ones .

  4. Trevor Blake says:

    Here is more information on what Sen. Perry says he is experiencing from a site that claims to cite signs at Sachsenhausen (the only camp near Berlin):

    “Prisoners would be brought into the Undressing Room (number 4) and were forced to strip.
    Prisoner would go into the Doctors Room (number 7) where a gramophone was playing loudly. There SS men in white coats would examine them, and mark any prisoners with gold teeth or filings.
    Prisoners would then be led, one at a time, by an SS man into the room marked number 13, there he would be stood in front of a measuring rod fixed to the wall, as if his height was being measured.
    An SS man in the room marked number 14, would then shoot the prisoner in the back of the neck, through a slit in the wall.
    Then two men from the crematorium detail would open the door from the mortuary (number 17) and drag the corpse into the mortuary.
    If the prisoner had been marked as having gold teeth or filings, his corpse would be left in the mortuary for them to be removed. The corpses without gold teeth or filings, and those that had had their gold teeth or filings removed, would be dragged into the crematorium (number 18) and then cremated in any of the four ovens, each of which could burn 6 – 8 bodies simultaneously.”

    Except Sen. Perry says he has it worse.

  5. L.Long says:

    What is it with Texas and the name Perry?? The only two I know make brainless cockroaches look like geniuses ? What makes this scary is that these Perrys were elected, which means there are a large number of people in Texas that are even more stupid than these two Perrys.

  6. Broga says:

    Perry says, “the fraud of today’s government will not be exposed until the final days and will have eternal-lasting effects.” Ah yes, the final days. They have been long time coming. Jesus expected them in his lifetime. Perry, 2000 years later, is still waiting and has some inside knowledge that “the fraud” will have eternal effects.

    This delusional buffoon has been elected a State Governor. Good luck Texas. You are going to need it.

  7. Toto says:

    The good ole u s of a is in deep trouble. The once only true superpower, manufacturing power house, land of the free, centre of technical excellence that put men on the moon is now reduced to this. The religiopolitical loons have dragged their country into the mire. What a waste. This is the penalty for dumbing down the population …. Teach them to believe in jeeesuss, to dumbly accept anything they are told, fed them a diet of mega high calorie salt and sugar laden junk, teach them not to think….and this is what you get. A nation of fat underachieving dullards led by a rabble of god invoking chancers.

  8. AgentCormac says:

    You know you are morally and intellectually bankrupt when you have to compare things you don’t particularly like to the absolute horror of the holocaust. Perry is a disgrace, and the people who elected him should not be let off the hook by those in Texas who are willing to speak up and expose this moron for what he really is. Over to you, Dennis.

  9. Canada Dave says:

    @ L.Long
    “Perrys were elected, which means there are a large number of people in Texas that are even more stupid than these two Perrys.”

    There is no one in elelcted office anywhere less intelligent than Rick Perry.
    The proof is below.

  10. sailor1031 says:

    History does not support the proposition that christians and christianity have ever been a target of nazism whether old or neo-

  11. Stephen Turner says:

    And they were executed before they left!