>A Washington state lawmaker who moonlights as a wannabe theocrat has stumbled into FBI scrutiny over a how-to guide he wrote on killing non-believers and establishing a Christian theocracy.
>Five-term Washington state Rep. Matt Shea has been circulating a manual for holy war in the United States, the Seattle Times reported.
>The four-page document, titled "Biblical Basis for War," goes point-by-point over how a Christian theocratic movement could — and should — exterminate its opposition in a battle to win a hypothetical holy war.
>The Rolling Stone detailed Shea's fantasy of creating a "51st state" with freedom for guns and rule by God.
>At the outset, Shea's holy army would issue terms of surrender to its enemies. The demands include "stop all abortions," "no same-sex marriage," "no idolatry or occultism," "no communism," and "must obey Biblical law."
>If the rest of the country refuses to "yield" to these terms, the document advocates a final solution: "kill all males."
>Most of the document veers into the absurd.
>Under "Things for a Holy Army," Shea remembers to include "Circumcision/Saved," after Sacrifice/Worship/Prayer.
>Referencing the last Civil War, Shea writes in the holy war how-to-manual that "war is not waged against nations but against man (no scorched earth or Sherman's march to the sea)."
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>The document was leaked to the press by a local libertarian activist named Tanner Rowe, who in a Facebook video called the plan "theocratic bulls**t."
>Shea replied to Rowe and the Seattle Times in a Facebook video of his own, furiously claiming that he wasn't angry over the incident while showing off his historical knowledge by claiming that the Mayflower compact was "a covenant with God to advance Christianity."
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