Gossip mongers and wannabe Internet e-celebrities are claiming I’m “anti-Christian.” This is a silly claim but it’s catching on, so why not use some jiu jitsu on their drama and get more people reading me here?

Anyhow, Hoaxed Movie was co-directed by Christians. They are the kind of Christians who pray at meals. They also have better uses of their time than to cry about a Cerno Tweet.

They thanked their prayer group and also Jesus Christ in the ending credits to Hoaxed.

The director of cinematography is also a Christian.

Netflix is threatening to shut down operations in Georgia unless the state allows open access to abortions:

Netflix’s Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos suggested that the streaming service is considering boycotting Georgia in light of the state’s “fetal heartbeat” abortion ban, the NYT reports.

Although I don’t have strong opinions about abortions, I do have strong opinions about community organizing.

You can’t get a bunch of Christians to boycott Netflix?

Over 20,000 people unfollowed me over a Tweet about Christianity and Islam.

What if those 20,000 anger mongers picked up their phones and called Netflix customer support to cancel their subscriptions.

But that would require righteous action rather than demonic rage.

When UK schools wanted to mandate sex education for children, Muslims banded together and pulled their children from school:

An estimated 600 Muslim children have been withdrawn from a school in protest against lessons about homosexuality and gender equality. The pupils, aged between 4 and 11, are being kept home from Parkfield Community School in Birmingham to protest the school’s ‘No Outsiders’ programme, which teaches children about LGBT lifestyles.

(I also don’t have strong opinions on sex-ed. My point is about activism and impact. Muslims show up. Christians don’t.)

I can hear the excuses now…If Christians did that, the media would attack them.

And so what? Have you not read the Bible?

Blessed are ye, when men shall revile you, and persecute you, and shall say all manner of evil against you falsely, for my sake. (Matthew 5:11.)

Also, the fear Christians have is overblown. If Christians showed up to protest, one or two parents would be singled out. But as long as Christians held the line and had the backs of everyone targeted, then Christians would win.

The minority rule will show us how it all it takes is a small number of intolerant virtuous people with skin in the game, in the form of courage, for society to function properly.

I know a lot of people want to use my name for clicks, and that’s part of the game. But those of you who “like” me and are confused, get your priorities in order.

Stand up for yourselves.

Organize a boycott.

Stop crying about how Christians are being bullied. There are over 70 million of you in the country. Get on the phone with Netflix and demand they apologize for promoting aborting and funding anti-Christian products. Or cancel your Netflix subscriptions.

P.S. Remember that gossiping is a sin.

For I am afraid that when I come I may not find you as I want you to be, and you may not find me as you want me to be. I fear that there may be discord, jealousy, fits of rage, selfish ambition, slander, gossip, arrogance and disorder. (2 Corinthians 12:20)

P.P.S. And be sure to leave a review for Hoaxed Movie here.

3 Replies to “Does Mike Cernovich hate Christians?”

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