06.01.14

Jesus of WhiteManistan

Posted in Psychopath & Sociopath, WhiteManistan at 1:05 pm by George Smith

There’s little if any faith of in me but I know religion as spiritual poison when I see it.

And that’s WhiteManistan’s special brand of Christianity.

An excerpt from a letter submitted to the Roanoke Times of Virginia, spied at Pine View Farm:

Republicanized Christianity redefines the biblical view of humanity to include for-profit corporations; it demonizes the poor and ignores their exploitation despite the overwhelming amount of biblical data that teaches about God’s hatred for this practice. These injustices necessitated the prophets’ warnings about God’s intent to punish man.

How did we get from “blessed are the poor” to the republicanized message of “the poor get what they deserve”? We have witnessed the hijacking of the Christian faith, one that is defined by politicians and devoid of Christian substance.

It’s true our Grand Old White Supremacy Party have honed their perverted vision to a fine point as they take the country down with them.

But, truth, it goes back awhile.

At the beginning of Jesus of America (watch it), I put a clip of the Reverend Billy Sunday. I dubbed him out for the sake of the intro.

But if you look for him on YouTube and listen, he goes on about the Bible and wealth, that the disciples of Jesus, if valued in his day’s money, were more affluent than Andrew Carnegie and John D. Rockefeller.

Don’t believe me? Take a gander. His message appealed to millions at a time, the Gilded Age, that was much like now.

Read the comments. WhiteManistan still likes it.

Others, not so much:

Listen to what this devil is saying, twisting the words of the Bible. The Bible says clearly, “it is harder for a rich man to enter the kingdom of heaven than for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle!” And here this dick is saying that Holy Men were billionaires. America was not built of Christian values, dumbass pricks! You can’t twist the Bible into your own wicked fantasies, to have it justify the lunacy of modern times. America was built on capitalism and greed, not Biblical values. You can’t have it both ways.



1 Comment

  1. Frank said,

    June 2, 2014 at 7:46 pm

    Thanks for noticing.