Are you committing a Civil Rights violation?

By Martin Mawyer

The U.S. Civil Rights Commission has produced a startling report declaring certain religious conduct to be a civil rights violation.

The report states that religious freedom and religious liberty are “code words for discrimination, intolerance, racism, sexism, homophobia, Islamophobia, Christian supremacy ... ”

The September report is obviously directed toward Christian Americans who believe in the fundamental values of the Bible and the teachings of Jesus Christ.

The report gives further reason why our crowdfunding campaign is so important in our effort to distribute our latest book and film, The United States: A Christian Nation.

The Commission’s report, titled “Peaceful Coexistence,” says religious Americans have a First Amendment right to religious freedom, but …

… that freedom applies only to “belief,” not “conduct,” if it goes against laws.

Specifically, the commissioners were addressing the “belief” of pastors who object to performing marriages of same sex couples.

“A basic [civil] right as important as the freedom to marry should not be subject to religious beliefs,” the report states.

This is further evidence of government officials forgetting or disregarding the Christian roots and foundations of the United States.

This is why it remains so important that the Christian Action Network succeed in producing, printing and mailing both our film and our book to schools, libraries, civic organizations, government leaders and churches.

We have so far reached 22 percent of our goal.  You can help with just a small donation, even just $5, by visiting our Indiegogo page and clicking the pink BACK IT button.  I hope and pray you will.

How dangerous is this new report from the U.S. Civil Rights Commission?


In February, the U.S. Department of Justice announced the creation of a new Civil Rights Unit to be located in Boston, which will work with states throughout the country.

The mission of that office is clear:

“The unit will focus on enforcing those laws that prohibit discrimination and harassment on the basis of race, national origin, gender and religion.”

Speaking of “code” words!  Harassment is a “code” word for anyone opposing the dangerous liberal embrace of homosexuality, gay marriage, abortion, radical Islam and the like.

Our goal is to act swiftly, firmly and resolutely.

We will be contacting Congress to reject the commissioner’s report, gathering petition signers to oppose its findings, and making sure our book and film are distributed to key agencies, members of Congress and judges.

You can help by clicking here.

In a shocking statement, the U.S. Civil Rights Commission also claims “religious liberty” and “religious freedom” is “nothing but hypocrisy” among those who oppose the new sexual and religious norms.

Do the commissioners even know what that word means?

A hypocrite is someone who violates the very position he stands for!

Do they really believe Christians who oppose abortion, homosexual marriage and radical Islam are secretively having abortions, engaging in sodomy, marrying their own sex and becoming radical Muslim converts – thereby making them hypocrites?

This makes me angry.  Talk about hate!  They are the obvious hypocrites!  They preach “peace” while aiming their dagger of hatred at the hearts of Christian Americans.

Please join our campaign today and help make it a success.

Martin Mawyer is the Founder and President of Christian Action Network, a nonprofit public advocacy and education group based in Lynchburg, Virginia since 1990. He began his career as a freelance journalist and has authored several books, including Twilight in America: The Untold Story of Islamic Terrorist Training Camps Inside America. He has produced a number of documentary films, including Europe’s Last Stand – America’s Final Warning and Homegrown Jihad. Mawyer has appeared on The O’Reilly Factor, Hannity, Larry King Live, Pat Robertson’s 700 Club, NBC’s Today Show, Entertainment Tonightand Fox and Friends. His latest book, Twilight in America, co-authored by Patti A. Pierucci, details the activities of Islamic camps scattered throughout the United States operated by The Muslims of America.

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