A Christian Warmonger on Steroids
By Laurence M. Vance
I would suggest our culture has become so feminized that we have become squeamish at the thought of the valor that is expressed in killing enemy soldiers through acts of bravery.
We rightly honor those who give up their lives to save their comrades. It’s about time we started also honoring those who kill bad guys.
The reaction to Fischer’s column was fierce. The comments posted were overwhelmingly negative.
After trying to justify his unholy desire with Scripture, which arguments I will examine in due course, Fischer closes his second column thusly:
The bottom line here is that the God of the Bible clearly honors those who show valor and gallantry in waging aggressive war in a just cause against the enemies of freedom, even while inflicting massive casualties in the process. What I’m saying is that it’s time we started imitating God’s example again.
There are two issues here that need to be addressed. One, Fischer’s support for U.S. soldiers killing in Iraq and Afghanistan. And two, Fischer’s attempt to justify, with Scripture, his passion for killing.
This article obviously sheds light on Fischer's column arguing for the slaughter of savage Indians. Summing up his position, if white Christian Americans kill people, it's good by definition.
For more on the subject, see Critics Slam Fischer's Racism and Fischer: Natives Had No Morals.
Below: Dead Iraqi child or future terrorist? Does it matter? Either way, Fischer cheers for the Americans who killed him.