Santorism: A Frothy Mix of Sharia and Dominionism

“We have civil laws, but our civil laws have to comport with the higher law.” – Rick Santorum

The religious, god-bothering batshittery that we are being inundated with by the GOP (Gagging Oblivious Psychopaths) is not a recent upsurge out of seemingly nowhere.  I totally understand the general reaction of “where the hell did these people come from” that is commonly heard by the more rational among us in response to the uber-religious conservative puke that is regularly vomited across our televisions and computer screens by the likes of Bachmann, Perry, Gingrich and friends. This includes Rick Santorum’s recent open advocacy for American Sharia Law.

However, the current state of the GOP is no accident. It is a carefully designed strategy that started a long time ago for the express purpose of capitalizing on a growing dissent among the religious conservative aspect of our population, an aspect that was created using another carefully designed strategy. The Dominionist movement has taken over the GOP and has been working for decades to bring about a desired change for their own nefarious purposes. 

While the sentiments can be traced back to the end of the 1950’s and through the 1960’s, the real efforts to transform the United States began in 1973 with a man named Paul Weyrich. He organized a group called “The Heritage Foundation,” which he referred to as “The New Right.”  In 1973 he also founded the “American Legislative Exchange Council,” which had the dubious purpose of coordinating the work of “New Right” state legislators. ALEC served to give businesses help in writing bills for consideration by state assemblies, and they did so by the thousands.

The Unification of Church and State…

A few familiar names that were part of this “new birth” of conservatism are still heard in the legislative halls. It was 1979 when we first heard the term “Moral Majority,” which was coined by Mr. Weyrich. One of the two most influential members of the Moral Majority were Tim LaHaye (author of the “Left Behind” book series) and Jerry Falwell, who eventually became their leader.  Things didn’t start to see real momentum until 1980, when speaking in Dallas, Weyrich catapulted the movement by stating,

We are talking about Christianizing America.  We are talking about simply spreading the gospel in a political context.

From that point on, thousands of fundamentalist preachers were attending training seminars designed to integrate them into politics. Powerful lobbies were being formed in addition to the Moral Majority, such as the American Coalition for Traditional Values and the Council for National Policy.  Tim and Beverly LaHaye founded  “Concerned Women of America.” The CWA is very powerful to this day and active in the fight against women’s reproductive rights.  Others who were involved include James Dobson (Focus on the Family) and eventually Pat Robertson.

A Bit About Pat…

Pat Robertson ran for President in 1988, and although he lost, he beat George Bush Sr. in the Iowa Republican caucus.  Suffice to say, members of these fundamentalist groups worked precinct by precinct to take over party leadership until they controlled the entire state party system. But how did he succeed?

Robertson was so successful because he had a simple plan, and it was outlined in a memo that was distributed to the Iowa Republican County Caucuses that was titled, “How to Participate in a Political Party.” It gave the following instructions:

  • Rule the world for God
  • Give the impression that you are there to work for the party, not push an ideology
  • Hide your strength
  • Don’t Flaunt your Christianity

They used underhanded tactics, such as to tie up meetings for hours on end. They took this long so that people would get tired and just leave.  Once alone, they appointed themselves leaders and proceeded to make important decisions.  They repeated this process until they controlled the entire state. Their goal was to see as much of the Republican Party controlled by fundamentalists as possible. Pat Robertson then formed the Christian Coalition, which had over 100,00 churches as members and was headed up by Ralph Reed, Robertson’s main minion, and a political genius.

They distributed Christian propaganda at astonishing rates, including voter guides that reached saturation with over 40 million distributed copies. Not to mention telemarketing campaigns.  The fundamentalists were quietly strategizing how they were going to rule the world, or at least the United States. Their plan started with getting a fundamentalist in the White House, and George Bush was more than willing to take the job.

The religious right has advanced far enough into the mainstream that the only part of that four-fold memo on how to participate in a political party that is still valid is the “Rule the world for God” part. They have abandoned the “Give the impression that you are there to work for the party, not push an ideology,” as they are clearly pushing their ideology.  They are now touting their strength in numbers and are definitely flaunting their Christianity.  My, how far they have come…

The Puppetmasters…

The last twenty years or so of United States history has seen a steady increase in what appears to be a grass-roots fundamental activist movement, but it is actually being fueled and financed by the “new” and very organized religious right and a few very wealthy sympathizers (Koch Bros., etc).  While there seems to be infighting within the confines of the Republican party between those who are conservatively loyal to the literal interpretation of the Bible and the more moderate/mainstream Republicans (with the sprinkling of Mormons here and there), the primary target of the religious right in general has been and continues to be atheists. It is because of their efforts that we remain arguably the least trusted people in the entire country.

They decided right out of the gate that they were not going to be friendly about it, either.  The religious got their first puppet in the oval office in the form of that walking caricature that was our 41st President, George Herbert Walker Bush. The Elder Bush was notably hostile to atheists. He thought nothing wrong with making statements such as,

No, I don’t know that atheists should be considered as citizens, nor should they be considered patriots. This is one nation under God.”

This type of smear campaigning had been so successful that the religious right have since been using it at every possible turn. Atheism, Humanism and Secularism are touted as Satanic and un-American, as are Socialism and Liberalism.  The religious right lumps all of these together and lobs them freely and very effectively at  any politician who does not fit their mold. Sometimes even at other members of God’s Own Party.

The President of the United States is not supposed to be a religious leader like those in Islamic nations, but it is plain to see that this is the primary goal of the religious right.  One would have to be living in a proverbial cave not to realize the effects of strong religious leaders such as Billy Graham having the ear of the Oval Office. By the time George the Younger occupied the Oval Office, he was making speeches touting the “Wonder-Working Power” that “spoke to him” in matters of war and national security in general.  Just like the Taliban.

There have been setbacks, to be sure.  Carter was a very minor setback, but Bill Clinton posed more of a problem for the religious right.  However, his philandering didn’t help the Democrats at all, and his waffling resulted in the DADT policy regarding Gays in the military, which the GOP used and abused for years until it was redacted by another setback President, Barrack Obama.  Even if Obama wins a second term, which at this point seems likely, we have not seen the last of the religious right, and we have not had our last fundamentalist President.  While there is undeniable evidence that race is a factor, the religious right’s agenda for installing another puppet  in the Oval Office is the principle reason why the GOP has become….

The Party Of No…

There is a method to the madness of the GOP seeming to be bent on destroying the United States economy. An overtly fundamentalist President (Little George) who was more than willing to salt patriotic speeches with religious rhetoric was replaced by a man (Obama) who has a funny sounding (read: terroristic) name that was and still is more than willing to acknowledge unbelievers, Muslims, Buddhists, Jews and everyone else that is not a Christian as viable, equal citizens.  This was not just unacceptable, it was a battle cry.  The efforts to vilify Obama began before he was even sworn in…

I have no doubt that Obama is a Christian that was born in the United States.  But he is not an evangelical fundamentalist, and his immense popularity during the last election upset the apple cart of the religious right. The GOP has been working very hard to make sure he is not re-elected, not for the benefit of the country, but for the agenda of turning the United States into a Theocracy. This is the reason the GOP has become the “party of no,” and has, in spite of immense unpopularity, chosen to risk the destruction of our economy rather than work with a President whom they clearly view as everything from a “false Christian” to the anti-Christ.

Sometimes it IS a Conspiracy…

While the law is constitutionally on the side of secularists in these United States, the reality is different.  I hate to sound like a conspiracy theorist, because I am just as prone to poking fun at the tin-foil-hat society as the next rationalist, but one cannot dismiss the concerted efforts between the religious right, the conservative media machine, the proliferation of historical revisionists and the presence of neo-conservative religious fundamentalists that have risen to power on boards of education.

Because of the efforts of these factions, there are many millions who believe that Fox News is actually a news program, that the United States was founded as a Christian Nation, that evolutionary theory is the product of a drunken guessing game that Satan himself has chosen to use to usurp the divine truth of God’s creation, and a plethora of other batshit crazy ideas.

There is still almost an entire year until the next Presidential election, and a lot can happen.  Chances are pretty good that this go-round will not see a true Dominionist in the Oval Office, but every election cycle they get closer and closer.  Twenty years ago someone like Bachmann, Perry, Gingrich or Santorum would have been laughed out of their campaign a long time ago.  Robertson came close in 1988, but as I have already explained, his role was more of a “behind the scenes” one.  His candidacy was only a test, and it received a passing grade.  In twenty years from now, we may be several steps closer to the successful integration of…

American Exceptionalism and World Domination…

Dominionists have one very obvious goal.  To rule the world <insert evil, Vincent Price-ish laugh> and have control of everything in and on it. This is not a ragtag ideology, but a very complete and concise method to achieve their goal.  Most of the intellectually retarded GOP Presidential candidates are either overt Dominionists or support Dominionist theology.  When Dominionism is integrated with Patriotism, the frothy mix that results is known as “American Exceptionalism.

Now, don’t get me wrong. There’s nothing wrong with Patriotism on its own.  There are patriots in every aspect of American (US) life. There are Patriots among every religious, ethnic and philosophical group in the country, including unbelievers. It’s great to have National pride, but the Dominionists do not consider the advances in medicine, scientific research and humanitarianism that the United States is responsible for as the source of their pride.

Instead, their source of pride is their belief that the United States has been chosen by God to be a blessed nation and the purveyors of the figurative Ark of the Covenant, thereby granting us the right to trample on whoever we must to gain the control they desire. This is what gives them the moniker of “American Taliban,” or even “American Zionists,” depending on your point of view.

When “American Exceptionalism” becomes a matter of foreign policy, it results in things like “The Bush Doctrine,” which allows for the United States to invade and bomb the living shit out of sovereign nations because there is a possibility that they may strike first. This “foreign policy” is not the result of trained and educated military strategists.  It is something that has been taken right out of the bible.  Bush had no problems being very clear about the role God played in his military decisions.

This should scare the living fuck out you:

Where Do We Go From Here…

The days of simply maintaining vigilance are over, my friends.  We can no longer be satisfied with just sitting around and bitching about the religious right.  We have some fine activist groups such as American Atheists, Inc., the Freedom From Religion Foundation and Americans United for the Separation of Church and State.  We have excellent advocacy organizations as well, such as Rock Beyond Belief, the Secular Student Alliance and the Stiefel Freethought Foundation.  There are literally hundreds of local Freethought Groups. We have a plethora of Atheist Activists such as those of us on here the Freethought Blog network, and an awesome array of authors who expound on the need for the proliferation of reason over the poison of religion.

But it is not enough…

We need to start getting more involved in politics.  It’s time to let go of the “herding cats” mentality and realize that if we do not get involved in running our country because we are insistent to remain individuals, then we are going to end up even further down on the shit end of the stick. Our diversity may be one of our greatest strengths, but it is also the main reason why we cannot get ourselves organized.

I know it is a bitter pill to swallow, but we are at a crossroads where it is very apparent that the major political parties cannot run a candidate that will not allow their personal delusions to interfere with decisions that affect atheists.  Even when some of these candidates have some very good ideas, they are overshadowed by their religion, and no matter how often they say they will not allow their delusions to sway their decisions, their beliefs are so much of an integrated part of their being that they cannot help it happening.

Dominionist law, the Sharia of Christianity, is no joke.  It is not something from Science Fiction.  It is a very real goal of people and organizations who have had decades to plan and even longer to finance.

I, for one, do not want to drown in that frothy mix.  The time has passed where accommodating religion is accomplishing anything other than putting bullet holes in our own feet.  We need to abandon political parties that will not consider running anyone who is an unbeliever and start aligning ourselves with parties that will run openly atheist candidates…

We cannot afford to stay out of the political game any longer…

  31 comments for “Santorism: A Frothy Mix of Sharia and Dominionism

  1. 'Tis Himself, OM.
    January 6, 2012 at 4:12 pm

    Santorism: A Frothy Mix

    I saw what you did there.

    Santorum is unusual in one respect, he’s an evangelical, fundamentalist Catholic. His anti-abortion, anti-contraception, sex-is-only-for-procreation stance is Catholic dogma. However most fundamentalists have no problem with that dogma. With the rightward political shift of the Catholic leadership (John Paul the Two Eyes was conservative, Benny Ratzi is reactionary), Catholics have become acceptable to the Dominionists. Of course when the Dominionists have their theocracy established, they’ll throw the Catholics into the gulags along with the other heretics, but right now Catholics are, in Lenin’s phrase, useful idiots.

  2. interrobang
    January 6, 2012 at 4:20 pm

    It’s even worse than you think. You, being American, are obviously and naturally focused on what happens politically in the US, but what happens politically in the US has repercussions all over the world, especially in countries that are fairly integrated with the US for various reasons (cultural commonalities, strong trade bonds, currency pegged to the US$, etc).

    Speaking as someone from The Rest of the World, we can’t vote in your elections, and yet, the outcome of your elections not only determines what your foreign policies will be toward other countries, it often determines what our domestic policies will be. Look at the heavy influence of US Dominionists in pushing virulently anti-gay legislation in Uganda, for instance, and it’s no accident that here in Canada, the political right (historically and consistently more prone to wannabe-Americanism and doing whatever it is the US wants without considering Canada’s interests first or at all), has become progressively more dominated by fundamentalist evangelical right-wing whackaloons as Dominionists have gotten more politically powerful in the US. Sometimes they even have the same funding sources. When they say they’re after the whole world, they mean the whole world. As in all of it.

    Which, come to think of it, is probably why they hate fundamentalist Muslims so much, and think they’re out to take over the world.

    Minor nitpick, though. I disagree with you that Obama isn’t a fundamentalist evangelical. I think he is; anyone who attends/attended the sort of church that refers to its clergy as a “pastor” and has a pastor like Jeremiah Wright, and is chummy enough with Rick “The Kinder, Gentler Fundie Fascist” Warren to invite him to speak at his inauguration (!!), is, by any sane definition, a fundamentalist evangelical. He’s probably not a Dominionist (probably), but not all fundamentalist evangelicals are; just a largeish subset of the right-wing political ones.

    • Al Stefanelli
      January 6, 2012 at 4:57 pm

      Yeah, I do have a focus on my own country’s politics, but I am also very aware of how our foreign policies affect the rest of the world. I actually had an entire segment on that topic, but the damned thing is already too long. I decided to save it for another day.

    • Sandman
      January 7, 2012 at 3:57 am

      I’d like to chip in here as last night over a beer I, yet again, had to defend myself from a yank who constantly accuses me of being vehemently anti-American, which I can assure you Im not. (Im a Brit by the way).

      One of the most corrosive effects of Gee Didya’s shabby time in power was that the foundation of the “special relationship” between the USA and the UK, the great afecton and sympathy UK citizens had for our US cousins, was completely destroyed. All love and trust was lost. One example was that staff at the mlitary base you maintain at Lakenheath were warned to stay on base and restrict visits to the local towns, and particularly bars, to a strict minimum.

      And it aint just the UK. Thanks to GOP dimmo presidents engendering the “might is right” attitude in the military your men have also worn out their welcome in Japan and Germany, both of whom are pushng for shutdown of your faclities there. The “might is right” attitude to foriegn policy is tied lockstep to Dominionst phlosophy, and so is a total lack of understanding that Europe and other countries, as we say in the UK, “dont do god”.

      A smaller example is the Koran burning pastor. How do you think the nationals of the countries of the European victms of the rioting and murders that followed now view the US? And the idiotic US troops who painted “Jesus Killed Mohammed” on their Bradley, sparking off conflicts that spiralled and got my own countrymen killed? Or the other Brit solders who died after attacks sparked because some twatty embedded evangelicals with US forces were handing out Bibles to Afghani villagers? Do these things even get reported in your media, because I assure you those are the stories we read in the UK.

      Allow more domnionist idiots to become POTUS and inject Jeebus into foriegn policy and I assure you that your welcome in Europe will be fast over, and you will find yourselves standing alone with allies that are now, at best, associates who keep you at arms length.

      We Dont Do God…and its damn tme you didnt either.

      • nude0007
        January 11, 2012 at 11:05 am

        Amen there brother! I am continually amazed that people do not seem to see the danger of letting the religious right continue to control our government. It should be classified as treason to try to inject religion into our laws. The consequences will destroy us from within as well as without. It scares me to death and worries me constantly.

  3. Pierce R. Butler
    January 6, 2012 at 5:29 pm

    A few nits here need picking:

    … real efforts to transform the United States began in 1973 with a man named Paul Weyrich.

    Who in turn built on the work done by one Richard Viguerie, who in 1964-65 collected mailing lists from Barry Goldwater’s failed presidential campaign and built them into a high-powered fund-raising apparatus that responds generously to every threat from right-wing boogeypersons. Viguerie, still in the direct-mail business, continues to lead in the “grassroots” looney-Repub field.

    … Tim LaHaye (author of the “Left Behind” book series) …

    His co-author, Jerry Jenkins, seems to have done most of the work.

    LaHaye also deserves mention as the first major sponsor of the Institute for Creation Research, and as the founder of the innocuously named but conspiratorially-inclined Council for National Policy, whose secretive meetings are attended by a wide spectrum of Repub and wingnut leaders.

    … “Concerned Women of America.”

    Actually, C W for A. Much of whose leadership has been (and some still is, I think) male.

    They used underhanded tactics, such as to tie up meetings for hours on end.

    A gambit that goes way back, and is often credited to the more sectarian leftists (Trotskyite factions in particular). Another maneuver taken directly from the leftie playbook is naming their group the _____ Majority, a trick used quite profitably by V.I. Lenin when he called his bunch “Men of the Majority” and his opposition “Men of the Minority” (respectively, Bolsheviki and Mensheviki) in blatant denial of their numeric realities.

    Those who want to follow the Religious Right’s on-going escapades might do best by starting with Talk to Action (though be warned they don’t allow explicitly atheistic rants in the comments sections).

    • Al Stefanelli
      January 6, 2012 at 5:44 pm

      Well, aren’t YOU the thorough one? Actually, that is very, very true and I am aware of those facts. Again, the damned thing was getting well over two thousand words so I had to let some of it go to the “cutting room floor,” as it were. Thanks for the diligence!

      • Pierce R. Butler
        January 6, 2012 at 6:25 pm

        Apparently, Gnu Atheists aren’t allowed to be dicks any more – but we can still be as anal as we want…

      • had3
        January 7, 2012 at 10:06 pm

        Another nit, you state hundreds of millions get their world view from fox et al, which as the US only has 300 million would mean the war is lost. You may have meant worldwide, but as the article is about the US, that claim would be meaningless in that context. Maybe tens of millions would be a more accurate depiction.

        • Al Stefanelli
          January 8, 2012 at 12:14 am

          That was actually a typo I missed on my editing. Thanks, fixed.

  4. lordshipmayhem
    January 7, 2012 at 12:59 am

    What the United States desperately needs are atheist Republicans.

    I know not all the believers in invisible ceiling cats are right-wing, but why does it seem that all who are politically right-wing are believers in invisible ceiling cats?

  5. Boadinum
    January 7, 2012 at 3:40 am

    Great post, Al. I just scanned this Wikipedia article about Santorum

    and nearly threw up.

    What occurs to me is that Mrs. Santorum (Karen, I believe) is past child-bearing age.Therefore, if the Santorums (Santorii?) are still boinking, they can only be doing so for pleasure. According to Santorum, this is not allowed, and both he and the wife are condemned to hell…dancing with Mr. D. Chatting up Old Nick and swinging with Satan. Good on ’em both.

  6. Sandman
    January 7, 2012 at 4:14 am

    Two points bro

    Like you I despise conspiracy nutballs like Alex Jones. They are idiotic fear mongerng flummery artists and an embarassment to the human race. However, YOU are not one of those….your theory is rational when the people you accuse actually publish manifestos such as that of the Domnionists and The Wedge Strategy.

    While that shabby retard Jones spreads fear about how the Bohemian Grove Frat Boy Kegger is in fact an evil Illumnati cabal he sits silent as a pack of extremist right wing pastors and family values bigots hold a power meeting in Texas to decide how to usurp the GOP primary system and ensure Mitt The Mormon doesnt win. He, the conspiracy quack, rails against the Bilderberg Group and supports those dimwit Truthers and Birthers but conveniently ignores the very real Dominonist/Bircher/GOP cabal.

    Y see mate you dont have to worry about being a tinfoil hat job if your case would stand up in a court of law…and YOURS would.

    Second – the call to arms to get united and political is a very real and completely necessary one. The fight for a secular state and political system must follow the patterns and strategies established by the Civil Rights movement and current LGBT movement. Its time for the Cats to take a leaf out of the Rats playbook…..unite and get political.

    Or, put simply for the pop generation in the words of the Beastie Boys: You gotta fight/For the right/To paaaaaartay!

    That or bid a cheery welcome to The Republic of Gilead.

    Good Night and Good Luck my brothers and sisters across the Great Divide.

  7. brianthomas
    January 7, 2012 at 8:19 am

    I know many of us here probably know the Bible better than the run-of-the-mill American Dominionist. Use this! I’ve been speaking out against the Religious Right whackjobs in my circles and the Bible provides some of the best ammunition that could be used to ridicule and downright embarass them. This is the “Biblical Law” you want in America?!? Then proceed to quote just about anything out of Leviticus, throw in some passages showing the Bible’s obvious condoning of slavery, then accuse them (rightly) of being anti-freedom and therefore anti-American. Speaking of which…this last element is important too: emphasize the connection between America and SECULARISM over and over. These Religious Right morons are always the first to question the patriotism of anyone who stands in the way of their plans; return the favor in spades. I want to start seeing THEIR patriotism openly questioned for once.

    • Ima Nexdominionist
      March 14, 2012 at 11:46 am

      When I was a dominionist we solved this problem (of contradicting ourselves on Biblical Law) by advocating slavery and calling it “indentured servitude.” Many dominionists will advocate for the re-institution of slavery under other names: prison labor initiatives, restitution, etc. When asked for biblical justification they will cheerily quote you these very passages in Leviticus.

      I’ve been a Christian my whole life and deeply love the faith, though I’m a moderate who is being sorely tempted to change my voter registration from Independent to Democrat. Based on how I’ve watched their power grow, from the inside and then from the outside, I believe that McCain was the last Republican presidential candidate we will ever see who is not a total puppet of the dominionists, and they had too much pull even with him. Be afraid, folks. Be extremely afraid.

  8. quawonk
    January 7, 2012 at 10:16 am

    It won’t be long before those activist groups you mentioned are declared terrorist organizations.

    • boadinum
      January 7, 2012 at 1:15 pm

      “When Fascism comes to America it will be wrapped in the flag and carrying a cross.”

      Sinclair Lewis

      “The state has no business in the bedrooms of the nation.”

      Pierre Elliot Trudeau

      various batshittery: Rick Santorum

      I humbly ask all Americans to keep “santorum” the neologism on

      top of the Google rankings, ahead of the asshole politician using

      the same name.

  9. Retired Prodigy Bill
    January 7, 2012 at 11:23 am

    I remember the Robertson run clearly, my friends and I were researching which country we’d move to if he won.

    I was recently re-reading a novel from the mid-1980s, one where politicians were in the mix, and one of the candidates was dismissed as a possibility for anything except the state legislature because he argued that evolution shouldn’t be taught in schools and there was no way that would fly in a state wide or national election.

    Our world has turned upside down, and since we are part of that world we very often don’t think about it.

  10. January 7, 2012 at 1:05 pm

    “We have civil laws, but our civil laws have to comport with the higher law.”

    Comport? Say what? My dictionary says comport is a verb meaning to behave. People can behave in various ways, but laws can’t. As it stands, this sentence just doesn’t make sense. I assume he means that civil laws have to be subordinated to his putative higher law, so “comport” is apparently an attempt on his part to sound erudite but, in the process, manages to sound ignorant. And we know that ignorance is a powerful force in his life!

  11. Sandman
    January 8, 2012 at 3:32 am

    For my US chums who think that the wickedness that is the blend of religion and politics is only confined to the Dominionsts and GOP I would also recommend you employ that Google engne to look up recent US news articles about how the USA, at the United Nations, is now adding its support to a resolution touted by extremist Islamists to outlaw all forms of “blasphemy”.

    Seems you think that free speech is OK as long as it isnt used to criticise death cults and superstitions…Or does the 1st only apply to yourselves?

    And if you wonder what effect such laws have in a western society, just ask the journalists and citizens of Southern Ireland who have been prosecuted and thrown out of their jobs for “blasphemy” offences.


  12. grumpyoldfart
    January 8, 2012 at 3:44 am

    You Americans make me laugh.

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