All Get Tolerance EXCEPT Christians

I believe that there is a tremendous move of Satan himself behind incidents such as the following news item. Take a look and if you're not totally blind (yet), an incident such as depicted below makes it just too obvious.

It doesn't even make common sense. Why are the news media flooded with demands for a forced "separation of chuch and state," but at the same time putting forth the only REAL "discrimination" in this country, which is discrimination against anything Christian?

Anything occult, and anything Muslim, is being allowed everywhere. All Muslim sensitivities are being protected. But at the same time, all expression of Christianity is being feverishly banned.

Occultism, the "New Age" movement, and Islam, are taking over not only this country but most of the world, and anything they want to do in our schools is "tolerated." Yet when you do see anything smacking of real "discrimination," it's almost always against anything Christian.

Can someone explain this to me?


The news item:

A court in Wisconsin has been asked to suspend immediately a policy in theTomah Area School District that bans Christian symbols in students' artwork, but allows Hindu, Buddhist and satanic representations. ( ! ! ! )

The Alliance Defense Fund launched a lawsuit on the student's behalf after a teacher refused to give him a grade on a project because his work included "John 3:16" as well as "As sign of love."

The school district, however, openly acknowledged and publicized various pieces of "art" representing Buddhism, and Hinduism as well as several Satanic-looking demon faces.

Allowing demonic depictions by some students while prohibiting Christian religious expression in artwork by others is a blatant violation of the Constitution," said a senior ADF legal counsel.

The lawsuit was filed late last month after the student's artwork was rejected, then he was told he had signed away his First Amendment rights at the beginning of the semester in order to participate in the class. At the time he signed the policy, he had no idea that it would be so restricting of religious expression in the class.

Further, the student is a minor and was denied the opportunity "to seek advice from counsel" before being required to sign, ADF said.

The ADF's motion noted: "While penalizing A.P.'s religious expression, defendants prominently displayed in the school's hallway a large painting of a six-limbed Hindu woman riding a swan figure. …Elsewhere, on a hallway bulletin board, there hangs a drawing of a robed sorcerer." A Hindu fountain that also was allowed.

The law firm said the district displays artwork reflecting Hindu, Buddhist and Satanic themes all over. "It is displayed in classrooms, including the very classroom where district officials met to reiterate to A.P. that his Christian religious expression warranted no constitutional protection," the law firm said.

"The fact that the student was not only refused a grade on the project, but given two detentions creates "a draconian atmosphere …that evinces a manifest hostility toward Christianity," he said.

"An incredible fact in this case is that in the very same room in which defendants Jackson, Millin, and Genrich conducted their parent-teacher conference with A.P. and his family – and reiterated their policies banning student religious expression in class assignments – defendants displayed student drawings of the Greek goddess Medusa, a demonic figure with horns, scales, and protruding tongue, several demonic masks, and a drawing of the Grim Reaper, holding a scythe," he said.

"Here, the school permits some religious expression in its classrooms and hallways, as long as it is not Christian religious expression," the ADF said.

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