Violent religious extremists are not found only in Afghanistan, Iran, Mauritania, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, the Vatican or Yemen, they can also be found in Phoenix, Arizona USA. There is no difference in ideology between a Southern Baptist, Timothy McVeigh, Osama Bin Laden, George Bush, Henry Alfred Kissinger, Bill Clinton, Dylann Roof, Barack Hussein Obama, the Klansmen who bombed the 16th street Baptist church in Birmingham, Alabama, or Samuel H. Bowers Jr, the imperial grand wizard of the Mississippi white Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, who, with his terrorist maggots, murdered three civil rights workers. Only the locations of their deeds were different.
On Tuesday June 13th, 2017, in Phoenix, Arizona (USA), all hell broke loose as a resolution condemning white supremacy and the growing white nationalist alt-right movement, revitalized by the Trump presidency, was initially rejected at the Southern Baptist convention annual meeting. While black evangelists objected to the cult’s continued support for retrograde ideologies, racial bigotries and xenophobic biases that justified slavery and segregation, the white evangelical supremacist massas, under the cover of religion, maintained the cult’s belief in the biblical curse of Ham (hold the cheese please). They claimed that, in Genesis 9:18-26, their God, through Noah, supposedly ordained descendants of Africans to be subservient to Aryans.