Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Christian Nationalism and Revisionist History

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So, what happens when recorded history does not fit with Christianity?

There are some things that will forever be difficult for me to completely wrap my brain around. I do not mean your general run-of-the-mill subjects like mathmatics, astronomy, language studies, literature, fine art and so on and so forth. The things that bug me the most center around the behavior of some of those claiming to be children of God, believers of the "good news" of the salvation of Jesus Christ for all of mankind.

For all of the truth that is supposed to be the foundation of monotheistic faiths there sure is a lot of lying taking place. Some of the lies are not easily spotted and take an astute mind to recognize and address. Some of the lies are not all that hard to recognize. Some of the lies are so out-of-this-world stupid that you are left wondering exactly what had possessed the individual(s) making such claims to say such a goddamn stupid thing in the first place.

Christian revisionism holds that the United States was founded on Christianity, and that in order for this nation to properly deal with problems the Christian elements of this country's founding must be restored. Here is where all sorts of problems emerge and at the hands of the revisionists at that.

Christian revisionists have a very bad habit of discarding recorded, verifiable history as worthless lies purposely planted by the enemies of God, and by all those whose life mission is to convince Americans that this country was NOT founded on Christianity/the Bible. 

Depending on the revisionist you talk to you will be informed that all those against God and the Bible have been extremely clever in their efforts to take away from the Christians the country God intended to be for and to only belong to Christians. In fact, those against the supposed Christian founding of the United States have been so clever that the changes they made to U.S. History are believed nearly by everyone AND the proof that this country was founded as a Christian nation has been purposely hidden or destroyed outright.

The truth of the matter is that the revisionists take ANY information they can find and then twist the shit out of that information in order to fit whatever caca-poo story they are trying to sell. While there is ZERO proof of the revisionists claims (or, depending on how you look at it, loads of proof as to the opposite of revisionist claims) the idiots pushing these deluded claims cling tenaciously to their ridiculous assertions, likely thinking that their insistence to believe such things without proof (or in the face of truth as to the opposite) makes them look courageous, honest, trustworthy, righteous, and absolutely chock-full of the deepest of faith.

Making things even worse, many of those who support revisionist history teach this bullshit to their kids, shamelessly polluting the younger generations with notions that the government lies about absolutely everything, is trying to suppress Christians by taking away their religious rights, and can never be trusted to do the "right thing" which is, of course, whatever the Christian God from the Bible would do. Isn't religion grand? Come, let's take a look at some video clips.

A fine example of a representative of Christianity purposely twisting facts in an effort to prove their non-existent God and claims to the United States being founded by Christians for Christians, as true.

This is an excellent video of information that many Christians refuse to see or even consider before they go and make outlandish claims as to the founding of this country.

Oh dear Jesus. More lies crammed down the throats of kids who do not know enough to ask why the adults who are supposed to be teaching them are instead lying to them.

You know, religious folks have been twisting the truth of the founding of America for so long you would think they would at least be a little better at it than this.

This is good stuff.

Hah! Limited government originated with Christianity? That's a good laugh. Christianity is about a dictatorship at best, and a tyranny at worst. Christianity has no view of government other than, "Our God says do it this way, or die."

Who gives a shit what Sarah Palin has to say about our government and what our nation was founded on? I am surprised she can freaking count to five. How the HELL did such a ditz get as far in politics as she did? Christ, can you imagine if someone like Palin and someone like Dan Quayle reproduced with each other?

David Barton's view of America's founding is not just controversial, it is pure fantasy.

Oh PLEASE. They believed the Bible and the notion men were created in the image of God? Right. Was that why they treated the Blacks and Native Americans and Mexican so well, because they saw them as equals created by God? Gonna have to work a LOT harder to sell that one.

The United States of America...IS NOT...a Christian nation.

This guy LOVES to lie. David Barton can't help but to lie in an effort to sustain any of the crap he claims as far as the USA being founded on the Bible as a Christian nation.

Dude, if it makes you feel better to truly think that this nation was founded on the Bible and Christianity...well, power to you. It does not make what you say true, but power to you.

This is what folks like David Barton don't want you to know, what they persistently deny in an effort to sustain their fairytale dreams of the USA being a Christian nation.

It is really sad how these people are so insistent on trying to prove something that is utterly false.

Thank goodness there are Americans out there who have an understanding as to what this nation was founded on...and it is NOT Christinaity.

Pay close attention here to what is said about Thomas Paine.

Oh dear. Boy, some people are seriously scary when it comes to their belief that God and Jesus want American for Christians, and that God and Jesus also put certain people in positions of power. Yikes. Freaking scary.

Great. Another religious freak who thinks wars and earthquakes mean that we (the human race) are in the 'last days' as so described in the Bible. Oh, and I hear Jesus is right around the corner and ready to return and rupture, I mean rapture, his ever-faithful, brainless followers.

Jesus Christ, lady. Why can't a rainbow just be a damn rainbow? So, God revealed something to you? Why you? Why didn't He go and reveal something to those who DON 'T believe in Him so that they would see the supposed truth as God intends it to be seen?

Some people really have no shame in lying about how and what this country was founded on. But, I suppose as they feel the power they have been used to for so long slipping away they are apt to do and say some pretty stupid stuff in an effort to try to stay in control.

This is really interesting.

Monday, August 26, 2013

A Christian Obsession

Many Christians have a death-grip on the idea that the anti-Christ is just around the corner from being fully revealed, chomping at the bit while he fantasizes murdering billions of people and putting Christians in particular to death. You know, right when you think people couldn't be any dumber you have stuff like this.

Nostradamus didn't predict shit. Some people rush to believe the so-called predictions that fit all pretty and snug in the make-believe world of the spiritually deluded, but no matter how hard these folks try to make it appear as though the old seer predicted anything much more complicated than what he would have for breakfast, such efforts do nothing to put anything Nostradamus said/predicted anywhere near the realm of truth.

You people are fucked in the head. Prophecy will be fulfilled to the letter? Please. What really happens is something bad happens and in response religious loonies zip through whatever scriptures they have, pick out a few ominous verses, and then twist the shit out of the verses in an effort to make it look like actual prognostication took place. Retarded.

Hhahaaaa!!!! HHahaa!! Someone needs to warn this lady to NOT mix her liquors.

No. Freaking Jesus did not give the name of the anti-Christ. NOT AT ANY TIME is there any kind of clear reference to anyone being the anti-Christ. There are no statements of, "And there shall come a time when Bob is the anti-Christ," or, "So it came to pass that Billy acknowledged himself to be the anti-Christ," or, "President Obama is the anti-Christ, Thus sayeth the Lord God of Hosts." Nope. Just a bunch of people playing word games and twisted semantics in an effort to validate one of the grandest illusions man has ever known.

Does Satan know the day he is living in? Bitches, are you high? Do you or do you not read your own Bible? You DO realize that according to your own myths that Satan is a supernatural being, right? That right there ought to answer a lot of questions for you.

This will scare me? least not in the way the religious nuts who made this video want it to. What truly IS scary is the fact people actually believe this horseshit as actual truth. Ridiculous. You have a better chance of getting closer to the truth by reading a freaking fortune cookie.

This is so hilarious I had to add it.

Okay, if the anti-christ is supposed to be a man of great intellect and IF George W. Bush is the moron people claim he is...HOW in the hell can he be the anti-Christ?

Isn't there always some religious whack-job out there who has been given some supposed burden by God to bring the truth of some disaster to the people of the world? God wants me to tell you this. God wants me to tell you that. Dude, whatever. Don't quit your day job.

Saturday, August 24, 2013

When a God of Love is Surprisingly Ugly

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Sometimes, even the people of the world whom many others consider the brightest and most solution-seeking individuals can say or promote some of the most stupid, sense-deprived theories and arguments.

Earlier yesterday morning I was at the house of an elderly, very religious friend of mine helping her to clean. In the course of cleaning I could hear her on the phone for a prayer session. She was asking for God to show His mighty and just wrath on those who are gay or lesbian and those who oppose legislation granting such individuals equal rights and equal protection. She was also very specific in praying that God pour out His wrath on those individuals who are against anti-gay laws in Uganda that evidently call for the execution of homosexuals.

What the hell is wrong with people? There is nothing even remotely good and wholesome in praying for such a terrible thing. I have known this woman for more than three decades and she truly is one of the smartest people I have ever come across and I found it disturbing that someone of such a high level of intellect would utter something so insanely stupid.

This is an interesting article. I encourage you to look up similar articles on the internet.

And Christians think they are being persecuted? I say fight back. Sooner or later the laws will hold the attackers responsible. Until then, fight the good fight.

You're goddamn right preachers should be held responsible for hate crimes that can be linked to something they have said.


Double yikes.

Is this an example of the love that just oozes out of your God-inspired Bible? Do you suppose Jesus and God know what you are saying on their behalf and what you are suggesting? Are you saying that the love of Jesus Christ may be denied a person because they are gay/lesbian? Are you saying it is okay to kill gays and lesbians? This is your message of love that God has given you from His supposed Word?

Wow. So much for Jesus loves me this I know. So disgusting. So sad. So wrong.

Such ugliness!! Holy shit...where is the LOVE, dude? People actually go to this guys church? This is how you get people to know God?

This is so fucked up and deeply ugly I do not know what to say except that some people are totally fucked in the head.