The most recent “Me too!” anthem started with a Tweet by left wing nutcase, Alyssa Milano.
Alyssa actually stole the idea from another leftist political ideologue, Tarana Burke, but for an ulterior purpose: to destroy Donald Trump.
Anyone doubting that conclusion can visit her Twitter feed and check out her numerous vitriolic comments against Donald Trump.
But, what I really want to point out is just how hypocritical the whole Me Too “movement” truly is—from a biblical perspective.
The Bible tells us, “Do not love the world, nor the things in the world. If anyone loves the world, the love of the Father is not in him.
“For all that is in the world, the lust of the flesh and lust of the eyes and the boastful pride of life, is not from the Father, but is from the world” (1 Jn. 2:15-16).
Ladies and gentlemen, sexual harassment is from the world.
It is all about lust of the flesh and lust of the eyes and the boastful pride of life.
Both and men and women are woefully guilty of all kinds of sexual impropriety.
It is what the world condones, irrespective of the laws that have been written to try and curb the behavior.
The only real solution to sexual harassment is to love God the Father, which comes only through a spiritually regenerative relationship with Jesus Christ. There are no other solutions that have any absolute meaning.
All other solutions are purely subjective and cater to the world’s mentality and appetite for sexual perversion.
Yet, no one is going to find any of these Alyssa Milano-types directing anyone to love God through a born again experience with Jesus Christ. Not one!
That is not the way of the world. The world hates God, Jesus, Christians, and Christianity (Jn. 7:7; 15:18, 23; Rom. 5:10).
In fact, many will read this post and mock it to scorn. That is indicative of the world’s hatred toward God and His solution concerning its problems, including sexual harassment and/or assault.
Instead, the Alyssa Milano’s are all about “Me” and smearing those, especially the President of the United States, through deceit and misdirection, who may or may not have acted in the same worldly manner as those trumpeting the confessions and bringing the railing accusations.
The whole “Me too!” movement, in other words, has nothing to do with talking about the baser nature of humanity, whether male or female, and its ultimate remedy.
It has to do imposing a worldly agenda upon the unsuspecting.
It is about a seething hatred of someone they view as a threat to their hypocritical way of life.
It has to do with offering an ungodly alternative, whereby both truth and justice are thwarted, and everyone can feel good about themselves doing it.
If Alyssa Milano, Tarana Burke, and the rest of the atheist-socialist-democratic ilk were really concerned about sexual harassment or assault, then their motives would be pure and they would be pointing people to Jesus as “the way, the truth, and the life” and not to some stupid hashtag on Twitter, where everyone can naively or mindlessly grovel in their self-righteous and self-destructive hatred.
But, that is not their real concern, if it is a concern at all.
They are merely playing on people’s emotions, as if they are paragons of moral virtue, in the hope that eventually they can bring Donald Trump down.
It is the way of the world to be deceitful, when forthrightness is not an option.
It is the way of the world to use others, many of whom the Alyssa Milano’s or Tarana Burke’s do not care the least whit about, while not telling them that they are being used.
It is the way of the world to accuse others of hypocrisy, while playing the part of a hypocrite, and then demanding that judgment be not passed, while invoking Jesus out of convenience, even though those making the invocation do not have a clue what Jesus even said.
If you are all caught up in this “Me too!” movement, then you need to unbind yourself from it, especially if you claim to be a Christian.
It is a worldly movement being hypocritically propagated by those who have zero love for God and an abundant hatred for one man.
Otherwise, once again, where are they mentioning Jesus Christ as the only solution to the sexual harassment or assault that they claim is so rampant?
If fact, where is Jesus mentioned at all, except for maybe as a curse word?