Christofascist love

Definitions

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  • adjective pejorative Of, pertaining to, or subscribing to Christofascism.
  • noun pejorative A Christofascist person; a Christian fanatic or fundamentalist.

Etymologies

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Christ + -o- + fascist

Examples

  • So while the term Christofascist does currently fit the majority of fundamentalist Christians, it should not be used lightly, lest it hinder the conversion that is occuring within that sect. by

    The Price of Their Fears

  • So while the term Christofascist does currently fit the majority of fundamentalist Christians, it should not be used lightly, lest it hinder the conversion that is occuring within that sect. by

    The Price of Their Fears

  • Amanda Marcotte, formerly with the Edward's campaign, makes the case for the "vulgar masses," defends her use of terms like "Christofascist," and recounts her experience with the right-wing smear machine.

    Archive 2007-02-01

  • The Elephant In The Room: Christofascism Defined yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = 'The Elephant In The Room: Christofascism Defined'; yahooBuzzArticleSummary = 'Article: With "Christian Right" searching for a new brand that is not pejorative, the term "Christofascist" is particularly derogatory.

    The Elephant In The Room: Christofascism Defined

  • Reply: I think "Christofascist" is fine and here's why

    The First Casualty of War is the Truth

  • Reply: Kevin, I agree that the term "Christofascist" is appropos to use when describing the "Christians" who believe they have a right to knock on your door, invading your privacy, to "invite" you to come to their church.

    The First Casualty of War is the Truth

  • I think "Christofascist" is fine and here's why by Kevin Gosztola on Wednesday, Aug 27, 2008 at 8: 48: 23 AM

    The First Casualty of War is the Truth

  • Reply: Kevin, I agree that the term "Christofascist" is appropos to use when describing the "Christians" who believe they have a right to knock on your door, invading your privacy, to "invite" you to come to their church.

    The First Casualty of War is the Truth

  • Reply: I think "Christofascist" is fine and here's why

    The First Casualty of War is the Truth

  • Indeed, I am surprised that not many have yet warned of the "Christofascist" threat to America, although there has been plenty of talk comparing the tea party movement to the Nazi brownshirts and talk that this kind of militia activity is often associated with "race war," even when the particular subjects at hand are not even accused of being racially motivated.

    Libertarian Blog Place

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