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Salvation Army spends donor money to advertise at Huffingtonpost.com which supports the Islamist political agenda and spews vitriolic propaganda that inspires leftist hate against Christians, Jews, American troops, police and white people.

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How can a Christian organization like Salvation Army justify spending its donors' money at Huffingtonpost.com which has published the following articles attacking Christians?

•    A column titled: Christian Schools Like Karen Pence’s Are The Real Threat To Academic Freedom.  The article states in part:  Last week, the “second lady” of the United States, Karen Pence, went to work as an art teacher at Immanuel Christian School in Northern Virginia. Immanuel Christian School requires “moral purity” from its staff, meaning they can’t be queer, have sex outside marriage or watch porn, and must “respect the unique roles of men and women.” Immanuel Christian is not unusual. Too many religious schools at all levels regulate the personal conduct of their employees and students, restrict the books teachers can assign or students can read, and demand fealty to narrow constructions of religious identity, while enshrining bigotry into their bylaws.

•    An article titled:  Voucher Schools Championed By Betsy DeVos Can Teach Whatever They Want. Turns Out They Teach Lies.    These schools teach creationism, racism and sexism.  The article assaults Christian schools for teaching creationism which is a fundamental of Christianity.  The article twists textbook quotes completely out of context to allege Christian schools are racist and sexist.   The article claims the textbook statement “Jews plotted to kill Jesus” is racist.  It is a fact that Jews plotted to kill Jesus, who was also Jewish.  Most Christians have a strong affinity for Israel and Jewish people.
•    A column titled: White evangelicals will never make America great again.  If a HuffPost.com article ever denigrated "black" Christians it would most likely lose all advertisers.  But some advertisers are okay with racist articles directed at white Christians.  

•    A column titledWhite Evangelicals Are The Most Fragile Of All White People.   The column is a sordid collection of unsubstantiated attacks on the character of “white evangelicals" and Christians.  The author of this hideous racist, column wrote many insults without any supporting facts.

Where are Huffingtonpost.com articles or columns that criticize Islam, Islamist political movement or Sharia law?  However, there are plenty of articles supporting the Islamist movement in America. 

Huffingtonpost.com routinely publishes vitriolic articles that promote dangerous Islamist propaganda and inflame negative attitudes towards Christians, Jews, American troops, police and white people.  Huffington Post articles have defended Sharia law, defended the Muslim Brotherhood, fundraised for the Council on American Islamic Relations, blamed Christians for worldwide conflict with Muslims, promoted an anti-Semitic blog, encouraged Islamist demagoguery, and promoted other Islamist propaganda.  Examples of HuffPost's vitriolic, leftist hate and TWENTY FIVE examples of Islamist propaganda articles are posted here at this floridafamily.org article.

Florida Family Association sent several emails to Salvation Army officials to express concern regarding Huffingtonpost.com.  However, Salvation Army continues to advertise.

Salvation Army certainly has the right to advertise in whatever forum it chooses. You have the same right to voice concern regarding the content on such forums and choose to patronize organizations that will not spend your money supporting Islamist and vitriolic propaganda.

Florida Family Association has prepared an email for you to send to encourage Salvation Army officials to stop supporting Huffingtonpost.com propaganda with its donors’ money.

To send your email, please click the following link, enter your name and email address then click the "Send Your Message" button. You may also edit the subject or message text if you wish.

Click here to send your email to urge Salvation Army officials to stop supporting Huffingtonpost.com propaganda with its donors’ money.

Contact Information:

General Brian Peddle

David Hudson, National Commander

Joseph Cohen, National Media Salvation Army

Christ Priest, Public Relations Salvation Army

Author: ffa   20191108   Category: Huffington Post  FFA: on
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