Unitarian Universalist Churches Back BLM at All Costs

Unitarian Universalist Churches Back BLM at All Costs

Unitarian Universalist Churches Back BLM at All Costs

The online magazine for the Unitarian Universalist Church, UU World, states its politics right at the top of its page: “Liberal religion and life.” In case that doesn’t tip off the average reader as to their particular worldview, their decidedly unholy relationship with avowed Marxist organization Black Lives Matter leaves no doubt as to where Unitarian loyalty lies. What’s more, they’re going further than just donating cash or hanging banners. In various Antifa/BLM riots in places like Louisville, Unitarian churches are even serving as home base for violent activists, who claimed sanctuary status in the church–with the clergy’s blessing–to avoid arrest for their destructive acts.

It’s not propaganda to assert that BLM rioters are using the Unitarian church as a staging and refuge area; the church itself proudly brags about it, publishing a “re-commitment” to the movement this week. BLM activists, for their part, obviously don’t share the same oath of absolute fealty, since in Kenosha, WI, the Bradford Community Church Unitarian Universalist was set on fire during the riots there. Two journalists put out the rapidly spreading blaze before it went too far, but not before the church’s BLM banner was burned.

In a dazzling display of insanity, the lead pastor of the Kenosha church released a statement claiming that, “While we are relieved that our church home mostly survived the inferno in the lot next door, we affirm that we would rather lose 100 buildings than one more life to police violence.” In other words, go ahead and burn it all because we will let you, and we will still lick your Marxist boots and think you value us. 

Oddly enough, that’s a textbook symptom of Stockholm Syndrome:

Over the course of time, some victims do come to develop positive feelings toward their captors. They may even begin to feel as if they share common goals and causes. The victim may begin to develop negative feelings toward the police or authorities. They may resent anyone who may be trying to help them escape from the dangerous situation they’re in.

Rather than see themselves for the manipulated stoolies they are, of course, UU doubles down, claiming that they are being “targeted by police or by right-wing protesters.” This, in their addled minds, constitutes near-martyr status, raising their self-perceived righteousness.

The UU’s absolute support of BLM and its Marxist agenda isn’t new. The church in Fresno, CA was dropped as a polling place in 2018 after two BLM banners were placed 200 feet outside the church. The church, with the help of the ACLU, filed suit, claiming that their banners were not a political statement, but a theological one–a stance that only someone with “liberal religion and life” could possibly find rational.

The church’s position on serving as a sanctuary for rioters, offering food, shelter, and respite, means that law enforcement–and opposing patriots looking to protect their areas–will have a harder time combating the imminent threat.

The good news, however, is that the rioters won’t be hard to find.

 

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  • GWB says:

    Unitarian Universalist Churches Back BLM at All Costs
    The online magazine for the Unitarian Universalist Church, UU World, states its politics right at the top of its page: “Liberal religion and life.”

    Surely this doesn’t surprise you? The Unitarian Universalists have long been commies (at least back to the 80s) and their religion is actually progressivism. Unlike the rest of the progs, they actually declare openly that progressivism is their religion.

    who claimed sanctuary status in the church
    Which doesn’t really mean what they think it means. I certainly would walk in and arrest them. (As a matter of fact, as a free citizen of these United States, with the inherent power of gov’t vested in me by said citizenship, I would be more than happy to handle these sorts of things for any police who need the assistance. Call me!)

    BLM activists … set on fire during the riots there.
    Let’s be honest, though – a large portion of AntiFa are not overlapping with BLM. Except in their desire to burn down the USA. It might have been an AntiFa d**k or it might have been a BLM d**k. We’re not sure.

    Stockholm Syndrome
    Not sure it’s that. I don’t think they’re victims. More like Patty Hearst syndrome. They’re all in for the communism. And likely for the burning down of America. They just aren’t worried (at least the pastor isn’t) about paying for rebuilding because I bet it’s all OPM anyway. So, it doesn’t really impact them if their buildings burn – unlike the business owners and residents in the area.

    The church, with the help of the ACLU, filed suit, claiming that their banners were not a political statement, but a theological one
    And they’re actually right. It IS a theological stance. As is every other bit of progressivism. And that religion has now permeated our politics.

    The good news, however, is that the rioters won’t be hard to find.
    And when this all reaches a certain point, those churches should expect to have that “sanctuary” violated as they touch off a religious war the likes of which we haven’t seen since the Thirty Years War.

  • frankdn says:

    A friend of mine was a UU congregant for a while. One day a guest pastor, preparing her sermon, asked for a bible. She needed to verify a quotation, or something, and had forgotten her own. The “church” was searched, rafters to basement: not a bible to be found.

  • pst314 says:

    “Oddly enough, that’s a textbook symptom of Stockholm Syndrome”

    No, I disagree: these UU people are not traumatized victims who now identify with their abusers. They are committed leftists who, like so many leftists, approve of virtually anything that brings their impossible utopia closer to reality. And for all their public posing as persons of refined moral sensibilities, their political goals and choice of allies shows them to instead be morally stunted or even depraved.

  • pst314 says:

    “The ‘church’ was searched, rafters to basement: not a bible to be found.”

    Lots of Marxist books and pamphlets, though. Right? 🙂

  • Bandit says:

    “When people stop believing in God, they don’t believe in nothing, they believe in everything.”

    ― g.k. Chesterton

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