Yesterday, North Carolina governor, Roy Cooper, tweeted out a stupid remark about the fake Islamic holiday known as Kwanzaa and how it has something to do with “unity.” Of course, he left out the entire part about how Islamic terrorists kill innocent people around the world, oppress Christians in Islamic nations, and treat women like animals and pigs. Yet, somehow, none of that is worse than what I tweeted in response, according to Twitter.
I simply tweeted that unity would happen when Christ returns to destroy the idols of false religions, like Kwanzaa.
This is not a novel concept; this has been a well-known doctrine taught in Christian circles for thousands of years. The Scriptures are replete with warnings against idolatry. It is the First and Second Commandments, God alone is God and there are no others. Paul warns us to flee from idolatry (1 Corinthians 10:14) because, as John writes in Revelation, their part is in the lake that burns with fire and sulfur (Revelation 21:8).
God does not change, and He will have no idols before Him.
Yet, Twitter found this tweet–not the Communist propaganda tweeted out by the CCP, the Islamic propaganda tweeted out by Islamic terror rings, nor the threats of violence tweeted out by the Marxists and leftists daily–but this tweet, stating that God will destroy idols, to be offensive enough to lock our account.
This is the world we live in today. Soon, any proclamation of the Christian faith will be banned from all of society, public or private. This is exactly why we are largely moving to substack and need your support–we cannot count on the Big Tech oligarchy to allow us to speak freely about our faith and values.