Dear Charisma Magazine,
Would you please tell me why you have suddenly deleted the commentary by Rev. Gary Cass? You know the one… entitled: “Why I Am Absolutely Islamophobic,” where he calls for mass sterilizations, absolute deportations, and, finally, this:
3.) Violence: The only thing that is biblical and that 1400 years of history has shown to work is overwhelming Christian just war and overwhelming self defense. Christian Generals Charles Martel in 732 and Jon Sobieski in 1672 defeated Islamic Turks and their attempts to take the West. Who will God raise up to save us this time? Will God even intervene or turn us over to the Muslims for turning against Him?
Either way, we must be prepared for the increase of terror at home and abroad. This is not irrational, but the loving thing we must do for our children and neighbors. First trust in God, then obtain a gun(s), learn to shoot, teach your kids the Christian doctrines of just war and self defense, create small cells of family and friends that you can rely on if some thing catastrophic happens and civil society suddenly melts down..
Do you see that? “Rev.” Cass is encouraging genocide of an entire population based on religion. Where have we seen such a “Final Solution” before?!?!
Cass is relying on falsehoods and stereotypes to hype up his message. Referring to the terrorist organization Islamic State, Cass writes: “ISSA is doing to America (sic) journalists what every true follower of Mohammed wants to do to you and yours: subjugate or murder you.” Cass, like so many others, falsely asserts that all who claim the Muslim faith are intent on exterminating Christians and Jews.
Cass is calling for just such genocide, and is doing so under the guise of Christianity. Doesn’t that make him the murderous fanatic that he claims to deplore? Indeed.
Recently I listened to a pastor condemning the concept of “Coexist”, as if respecting one another’s diversity is wrong. Cass is ranting on the same subject, but amping up the rhetoric by encouraging anarchic violence… violence by Christians against Muslims.
Charisma magazine thought Cass’s words were important enough to post on its website… but then reversed that decision, likely out of fear of the kind of backlash they deserve for taking part in promoting his message.
Fortunately (if you will), “Rev.” Cass has not deleted this horrific diatribe from his organization’s website. So… for now, at least… you can read it all here: http://defendchristians.org/commentary/im-islamaphobic-are-you/