NY Times Reporter Compares Terror Leader Al-Awlaki to Jesus

Gateway Pundit

It takes a special kind of something to keep publishing this sort of anti-Christian trash, week after week, year after year.
Writer Robert Wright at The New York Times compared the Al-Qaeda terror leader Al-Awlaki to Jesus today at The Opinionator blog.

Wright blames America for terrorist Faisal Shahzad,

“They give him what he hadn’t found in America: a sense of belonging, a sense of purpose.”

Wright then goes on to compare Shahzad to Jesus.

…Doesn’t Obama see what a gift the killing of this imam would be to his cause? Just ask the Romans how their anti-Jesus-movement strategy worked out. (And Jesus’s followers didn’t have their leader’s sermons saved in ready-to-go video and audio files; al-Awlaki’s resurrection would be vivid indeed.)

Tell us what you really think of Christianity, Robert Wright.

Maybe the Vatican was right. Maybe The New York Times is possessed with Satan.

One thought on “NY Times Reporter Compares Terror Leader Al-Awlaki to Jesus”

  1. A quick search on Robert turned up this info from Wikipedia: “Wright was born in Lawton, Oklahoma to a Southern Baptist family and raised in (among other places) San Francisco. He described himself as agnostic on The Colbert Report.”

    That explains it. The guy has a personal vendetta against the Lord.

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