School portrays hostage takers as right wing Christians

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  1. hillclimber1

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    Interesting that these fine mentors and administrators saw no problem with the scenario of Christian terrorists in the first place. I believe that takes an inordinate lack of respect for and animosity for Christ. I expected someone to mention that the persecution of Christianity is at hand, but none of you seem to care today. I fully believe we are across the threshold of it now. Those fools masquerading as believers, that cause so much grief at funerals are instruments in this direction. Oh well, have a Pepsi and watch another movie, everything is just fine.
     
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    I care, I just agreed with what you wrote...
     
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    I care also but it really isn't that shocking!

    It is just another example of how we sat idly by, twiddling our thumbs, while atheist work/worked hard to remove all reference's to God. Thus a once and long standing great America, with Statesmen as Representative's, has degraded into what you see now.

    What is really shocking, is that there are Christians who agree God's Word has no place in the public. Otherwise, it seems you would get more outrage over such as that. Now to quote you "Oh well, have a Pepsi and watch another movie, everything is just fine".

    I have another "mentality" example for you, I'll stand for God and His Word, but only when it is convenient and doesn't offend anyone?


    People, please wake up and get involved!


    take care. :jesus:
     
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    It's just a drill, don't get too excited. :laugh:

    Probably the next drill will include some other group of people, so they can then get all upset. :laugh:
     
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    I saw an emergency test scenario once that
    had people protesting with signs like:

    SANTA UNFAIR TO
    NAUGHTY BOYS & GIRLS

     
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    I wonder what the school would have done if some of the Christian students had offered to join the "terrorists".

    I probably would have just because.

    I was by no means a trouble maker in school, but something like this in my school could have turned me for a day.:laugh:

    Seriously though, why was it necessary to create a backstory at all? Was it not enough to just act out a group of people (it doesn't matter who) taking students hostage and trying to kill people? Why add anything about their reasons behind it? It should be enough for the students to know, these people have guns and they want to kill you.

    The solution, of course, is to allow all students to pack heat in class.:thumbs:
     
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