Submitted by Contributor #3
What is the AFA all about? The “AFA agenda” is extraordinary – meaning somewhere beyond ordinary. They are morality vigilantes and have targeted a most amazing array of corporations, groups, children’s toys and movies. These include:
7-Eleven, Abercrombie & Fitch, American Airlines, American Girl, Blockbuster Video, Burger King, Calvin Klein, Carl's Jr., Clorox, Crest, Ford, Kmart, Kraft Foods, S. C. Johnson & Son, McDonalds, Movie Gallery, Microsoft, MTV, Mary Kay, NutriSystem, Old Navy, IKEA, Sears, Pampers, Procter & Gamble, Target, Tide, and Walt Disney Company.
They have opposed the Girl Scouts, attempted to legislate the use of the Bible in swearing in ceremonies, opposed a Hindu leading a prayer in Congress, have repeatedly made anti-semetic statements and on and on.
The AFA is a Religious extremist group. Like other Religious extremists, the KKK, Skin Heads, and the Taliban, they believe they have a god given right to impose their brand of moral code throughout society. They have attempted to censor our libraries, our movies, television and our businesses. They have petitioned to eliminate the National Endowment for the Arts.
This is a short summary of the workings of the National AFA. While they are most loudly noted for their anti-gay stance, do not mistake these people for anything other than religious extremists. If they could eliminate all gays, they would continue to spread their form of moral code. They do not believe in free thinking. There is only their way of thinking. Anyone who believes otherwise is not worthy of freedom in their wake. No Jews, no Hindus, no Muslims, no unmarried couples, no government free of their religious influence, no uncensored culture of any form, It would be a dark age for education and art.
How do they operate this menace? It’s a well organized grass roots effort and in
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Any Christian faced with the AFA should ask, “Is this what Jesus would do?”