Lone Star Watchdog
December 21, 2010
What right does a privately owned bank, not a government agency, have to tell another privately owned bank to remove all vestiges of Christianity from its bank? That is what has happened in Perkins, Oklahoma. They were ordered to remove anything that said Merry Christmas and Bible verse of the day. Employees could not wear any crosses or pins resembling the Christian faith:
Specifically, the feds believed, the symbols violated the discouragement clause of Regulation B of the bank regulations. According to the clause, “…the use of words, symbols, models and other forms of communication … express, imply or suggest a discriminatory preference or policy of exclusion.”
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Now I say who is next? Under the new banking reform law that passed congress and signed into law this year. Is this part of the new Financial dictatorship of the Federal Reserve telling the country who is the boss? Who are the winners and losers in this new economy? Will they tell me who has a mortgage I can not have home bible studies and have to take down any crosses in my Home since they hold the bank note. If I run a business selling lamps. I have a cross and a painting of Jesus preaching in the sermon on the mount. Will I have to remove the expression of my faith from my place of business by the order of this new economic dictator called the Federal Reserve Bank? This Central Bank which congress turned over its constitutional authority to.
These Bankers have thrown people out of there homes, they have looted our nation and they robbed the dignity of the common person. Now they want to take away the faith of many people.There religious freedom they cling to. They want to rob the people of any hope. Today they go after a bank. Tomorrow what privet business will they attack next? Telling them they can not have any form of Christianity. We must stop them here. If we allow them to tell banks what to do. Who will they go after next?
Sources include: http://www.koco.com/r/26162860/detail.html