Each continent has experienced social movement through events like the Apartheid in South Africa, Arab-Isreali tensions in the Middle East, Tiananmen Square in Asia, the drug cartel in South America, and political elections in Europe.
Christian Patriots are considered God-fearing, anarchistic, fanatical individuals who willingly attest to trying to change societal thinking about controversial topics like pornography, prostitution, abortion, and government (Aho, 2006). The actions or reactions of this group has initiated several social movements over several decades. One group in Idaho received national attention with the explosion of a bomb. The Klu Klux Klan insurgency in 1920 was considered to be a Christian Patriot groups harassing individuals who did not have the same beliefs or skin color (Aho, 2006).
The Christian Patriots are a group of individuals who carry a firm belief in right and wrong. While this can be an asset for one who is religious, it can also be a detriment when those beliefs are forced onto others who are not as staunch a believer, or have not fully embraced the beliefs and values expected or to the same degree as other members of the group (Christiansen, 2009). Members of the Christian Patriots group are expected to participate in the reformation of the world, “in a manner that is pleasing to the Lord” (Aho, 2006, 81). In so doing, those who follow this religion are paving the way for Christ to touch the hearts of any non-believers. Christian Patriots are expected to vocalize their beliefs to anyone within earshot of their voice. Some have even gone so far as to create a disturbance to have their views heard by others. Not all members of this religion are as boisterous. The individuals who use court actions and lawsuits to establish their views are just as powerful as those who refuse to acknowledge the statutes and laws that govern everyone in a community (Aho,