Monday, June 18, 2007

I get letters from terrorist supporters

Apparently someone didn't like my criticizing "Paul Hill Days." Rev. Donald Spitz, the head of Pro-Life Virginia (one of the sponsors of "Paul Hill Days") and the keeper of the Army of God website (not a link to them), sent me the following:
Most, if not all problems on the planet earth are from people like you who reject Jesus Christ. Our prisons are filled with people, like you, who reject Jesus Christ. Most if not all rapes, murders, robberies and thefts are committed by people, like you, who reject Jesus Christ. AIDS is mainly spread by people, like you, who reject Jesus Christ and have sex outside of marriage or else like children with AIDS get it from people, like you, who reject Jesus Christ. I hope you will turn from your sins and receive Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior and escape the fires of eternal hell. Turning from your sins and giving your life to Jesus Christ is the only way you can escape the fires of hell and receive everlasting life. If you persist in your sins and continue to turn your back on Jesus Christ, you will be lost forever.

He also included a prayer that I guess works as a "Get Out of Hell Free" card for the sins of which he has baselessly accused me.

Eric Rudolph, the terrorist who detonated bombs at abortion clinics, gay bars, and the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta, GA, called himself a soldier in the Army of God. Clayton Waagner, who sent over 550 anthrax threat letters to clinics in 2001, signed many of his threat letters as a soldier in the Army of God. James Kopp, AKA Atomic Dog, who was convicted for the murder of Dr. Barnett Slepian in 1998 and suspected in several other non-fatal shootings of abortion providers also called himself a soldier in the Army of God. AOG is also responsible for a kidnapping, a spate of bombings, and a threat on the life of Supreme Court Justice Harry Blackmun. Rev. Spitz is the main apologist for these terrorists. Though he makes no direct threats to me or my family, his attention makes me decidedly uncomfortable. But then, I suppose that was the whole point of his letter.

Violent thugs and terrorists thrive in darkness. If you care about a woman's right to own her body, if you care about the right of all people to live free from intimidation, or you just think "Paul Hill Days" are tacky in the extreme, please post on this and send these creatures scurrying back to their holes.

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