Oregon gunman singled out Christians during rampage

October 3, 2015

A gunman singled out Christians, telling them they would see God in “one second,” during a rampage at an Oregon college Thursday that left at least nine innocent people dead and several more wounded, survivors and authorities said.

“[He started] asking people one by one what their religion was. ‘Are you a Christian?’ he would ask them, and if you’re a Christian, stand up. And they would stand up and he said, ‘Good, because you’re a Christian, you are going to see God in just about one second.’ And then he shot and killed them,” Stacy Boylen, whose daughter was wounded at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Ore., told CNN.

A Twitter user named @bodhilooney, who said her grandmother was at the scene of the carnage, tweeted that if victims said they were Christian, “then they were shot in the head. If they said no, or didn’t answer, they were shot in the legs.”

  • natalia levina

    This stupid a-sh looks like ISIS`s zombie…

  • Dexter L. Wilson

    When Thomas Jefferson was Speaker of the House and with the Speaker of
    the Senate concurring, church services began and were conducted in both
    the Supreme Court and Congressional Chambers. The Sunday Church
    Services lasted about 60 years–no separation of Church and State

    In Jefferson’s letter to the Danbury Baptists who had experienced
    severe persecution for their faith, Jefferson borrowed phraseology from
    the famous Baptist minister Roger Williams who said,”…the hedge or
    wall of separation between the garden of the church and the wilderness
    of the world, God hath ever broke down the wall….”. Jefferson also in
    his letter included this,”…I contemplate with
    solemn reverence that act of the whole American people which declared
    that their legislature should ‘make no law respecting an establishment
    of religion’ (examples such as the Anglican, Dutch Reformed, Quaker,
    etc which were state churches in New England), or prohibiting the FREE
    EXERCISE thereof….”
    The Supreme Court,
    legislating from the bench, used the Danbury Baptist letter “to protect”
    the state from Christianity instead of protecting Christianity from
    the state. The Supreme Court should have obeyed the U.S. Constitution
    and the Amendments which were the final authority of the law . Thomas
    Jefferson was not a signer of the Constitution nor present at the
    Constitutional Convention; therefore his letter should never have been
    used for this purpose. A Supreme Court case using the Wall of
    Separation was tried in 1879, but the meaning of the First
    Amendment at that time was clearly understood, and the attempt failed.

    The Justices effectively secularized our Republic. They should have
    paid more attention
    to Fisher Ames who penned the First Draft the the First
    Amendment and called the Bible the chief text book to be used in
    teaching children in the public schools. Dr. Benjamin Rush noted as the
    “Father of Public Schools” warned that if the Bible was taken out of
    public schools, paraphrased: America would have to deal with more violence than the country can handle. I
    add this as a reminder of what has transpired: After School Prayer,
    Bible Study, and the 10 Commandments were banned from the public
    schools, circa 1963; school violence increased by 554%, and after 2007
    by 995%. Prior to 1963, violence was increasing, but very slowly.

    There has been no void in a religion being taught
    in public schools. Secular Humanism has been the underlying support
    for educational material. To verify, computer search the Humanist
    Manifestos I, II, and III. Our children are being taught under these
    misguiding doctrines. Under this religion, there are no absolutes.
    Killing your fellow man, such as abortion, becomes acceptable if the
    culture decides it
    is OK (situational ethics)—your friendly Secular Humanism.

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  • Robert Griffith

    I just can’t help but wonder where this lunatic got the idea to murder Christians. What did Christians ever do to him?

    • James Allen Wyatt


      • Robert Griffith

        His connections to Islam seem to be somewhat tenuous. I suspect that his motivations may be more complex than simple Islamic hatred of Christians. The only thing that is clear is his hatred of Christians, a hatred that motivated him to murder.

  • Terry Rushing

    The silence of the head muzzie is deafening and definitive. Unfortunately it seems that the majority of this once great nation is in agreement with the community organizer. Small wonder that the chaos is expanding.

  • donemyhomework

    That kind of tells it all don’t it?


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