Saturday, September 02, 2006

Help ban this offensive book from Wal-Mart

Wal-Mart has, in the past, banned books from their shelves if they have contained offensive, objectionable content. Unfortunately, they have missed a truly repulsive example of a book containing the most horribly offensive passages. This work of depravity:

  • calls for discrimination against women and the disabled

  • endorses slavery and the treatment of human beings as property

  • incites hate crimes against American citizens

  • encourages rape and murder of children

  • calls for the murder of religious people and the destruction of their cities

  • and, in what I would have thought should be of particular concern to Wal-Mart, demands the deaths of many hundreds of thousands of Wal-Mart employees merely for doing their jobs

When you consider the hateful views espoused in this book, I'm shocked that Wal-Mart would allow that book to be sold in its stores.

That book is the Holy Bible, and there is a petition for Wal-Mart to remove the book from their shelves.

(I've written about a related matter before.)

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