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Dec 12 2013

Rebels in the Ranks

Looks like Obama’s ongoing purge of the military hasn’t cut deeply enough. Via Bluebird of Bitterness:

Security cameras captured the shocking spectacle of United States Air Force musicians performing sacred music in the National Air and Space Museum’s “Milestones of Flight” gallery. The American Civil Liberties Union, American Atheists, the American Humanist Association, and the Freedom from Religion Foundation will no doubt be filing a class action lawsuit on behalf of the unsuspecting museum visitors (including a number of young children) who were traumatized by this flagrant violation of the separation of church and state.

Behold the evidence of this brazen transgression against political correctness:

On a tip from Tchhht!!!

18 Responses to “Rebels in the Ranks”

  1. The Fimbul Winter says:

    “Hate is the complement of fear and narcissists like being feared. It imbues them with an intoxicating sensation of omnipotence.”

    Sam Vaknin

  2. Spurwing Plover says:

    These atheists freak groups need to lose their tax exmpt status this vermin in america

  3. Jim says:

    Yeah, weren’t they great! Of course, the big “0” will have the Moslem Military Marching Moms do a flash dance performance.

  4. Tchhht!!! says:

    Thanks Dave!!!

  5. Artfldgr says:

    History repeats!


    The Singing Revolution is a commonly used name for events between 1987 and 1991 that led to the restoration of the independence of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.[1][2] The term was coined by an Estonian activist and artist, Heinz Valk, in an article published a week after the June 10–11, 1988, spontaneous mass night-singing demonstrations at the Tallinn Song Festival Grounds.

    After World War II, the Baltic States had been fully incorporated into the USSR after military occupation and annexation first in 1940 and then again in 1944.

    On June 14, 1987, the anniversary of the 1941 deportations, the human rights group “Helsinki-86”, which had been founded a year earlier, organized people to place flowers at the Freedom Monument (Latvia’s symbol of independence that was erected in 1935). This is widely cited as the beginning of the National Awakening. However Latvian Song and Dance Festival of 1985 also has been sometimes named for choirs requesting and performing song Gaismas pils conducted by Haralds Mednis after the main event. The song, which speaks about rebirth of free Latvian nation, usually a staple of the festival, had been removed from repertoire and the conductor, disliked by Soviet authorities, sidelined…

    On August 23, 1989, the fiftieth anniversary of the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact, the People’s Fronts of all three Baltic countries held a huge demonstration of unity – the “Baltic Way”. A 600 km (373 mi) long human “chain” from Tallinn through Riga to Vilnius was assembled. This was a symbolic demonstration of the people’s call for independence from the Soviet Union.

    From 1987, a cycle of mass demonstrations featuring spontaneous singing eventually collected 300,000 Estonians in Tallinn to sing national songs and hymns that were strictly forbidden[citation needed] during the years of the Soviet occupation, as Estonian rock musicians played.

    On 14 May 1988, the first expression of national feeling occurred during the Tartu Pop Music Festival. Five patriotic songs were first performed during this festival. People linked their hands together and a tradition had begun

    Thousands of people regularly gathered in public places across Lithuania and sang national songs and Roman Catholic hymns. The popularity of patriotic songs had risen significantly during this period.

    the singing revolution…

  6. Xavier says:

    If this “Separation of Church and State” exists, shouldn’t it prevent the government from meddling with any sort of religious activity or beliefs?

  7. dan says:

    nice….and reassuring as well as reaffirming !

  8. Steve says:

    Duck Dynasty stars Willie and Jep Robinson entertain the troops in Afghanistan:

  9. jeigheff says:

    My wife showed me this yesterday evening, before it was posted here. This performance moved me to tears.

    I am glad that there are some still some decent, brave men and women who aren’t embarrassed to sing praise to the Lord . . . and stick their thumbs in the eyes of the God-haters at the same time!

    A couple other folks have noted something I thought of last night: the anti-Christians will be out for revenge for this.

  10. rrpjr says:

    Don’t laugh. I fully expect the officer who thought this up to quietly dealt with.

  11. CGW409 says:

    Been away for a bit but in the last two months I’ve gone from “happy atheist” to believer (or believer again) in the space of six days.
    On October 4th I suddenly had the thought of “maybe you should go to church Sunday.” to which I also thought “where the heck did that come from?”.
    I found out in the early morning hours of October 7th when my wife of 15 years and best friend of 21 years collapsed and passed away half an hour later.
    Six days later I gave myself over Jesus.

  12. GunnyG says:

    Went over the Constitution, the Bill of Rights, and the DOI and simply could not find the clause that says that “church and state shall be separate.” Is it in Conyers’ “good and plenty” clause?

  13. St. Gilbert says:

    The ONLY hope for a disintegrating America is to formally and explicitly acknowledge the Social Kingship of Jesus Christ, in Whom is the Truth that makes and keeps us free. Alas, this fundamental imperative was rejected at the Founding of our otherwise great nation.

    “…let earth receive her King.”

  14. Xavier says:

    Judge orders removal of war memorial cross from federal property atop San Diego mountain, citing violation of constitutional separation of church and state – @AP

    Apparently it is in the Constitution. Maybe you have to rearrange some letters or use special glasses to see it. /

  15. TED says:

    ABSOLUTELY, can you imagine the departmental effects on the children being expose to CLASS after so many years in our educational system! The HORROR! They look like the aliens have just landed.(sarc)

  16. Spurwing Plover says:


  17. Jodie says:

    CGW409 says:
    December 12, 2013 at 8:15 pm

    So very sorry about your loss! I can’t imagine how hard that must be.

    Praise God that you love Jesus now though! It is a fantastic thing to have him dwelling inside us! He gives us all of the answers we need and there is never a need to fear.

    Hope you have lots of loved ones around for you during the holidays!

  18. gordo says:

    I guess Obama’s military purges are just as wildly successful as his healthcare website is.

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