Thursday, April 17, 2008

One Nation, Under Lucifer, With Eternal Damnation For All

If God doesn't destroy the 'Kwa soon, he'll have to issue a formal press release apologizing to Sodom and Gomorrah.

Satan's children do not believe in freedom of speech or expression, especially the truth, which wherever it is spoken irrevocably condemns them to hell. Anywhere the truth is spoken, they are convicted of horrific sins against God. That's why they do not tolerate it.

What can you say about a society that considers forced abortions and the flesh of their own offspring to be a suitable raw commodity for use in artistic public displays? As an anthropologist, what sort of future do you see in sight for that society? We're not talking rocket science here.

UPDATE : HOAX, which I suspected, but which does not change a single word of what I wrote. Just the idea somebody would even fake this is so vile and revolting it tells you everything you need to know about the 'Kwa.


Justin Patrick said...

The story of Sodom is intriguing. I read a Japanese manga that contained Bible stories and it depicted it. I guess because it was marketed to kids it didn't go into sodomy, but it did show a lot of the sins of Sodom that were mentioned in Ezekiel, I think, about "pride, fulness of bread, and abundance of idleness" (Ezekiel 16:49), which I think the 'Kwa has too. What was interesting is that the entire populace, save for itinerants, was in on the wickedness. Is the 'Kwa that way too?

Anonymous said...

There are still plenty of good people here in the states. But we're definitely a shrinking minority.

I've always thought that one of the more important abominations of Sodom was that any children born to that city, would never even have the chance to do right...that just by being born there, they would be so inundated with sin that there was no hope for them to grow up and make right choices.

Bad people will all be judged. They don't need to be killed off in this life, they've got it coming in the next. I think sodom was destroyed largely to eliminate a place where every son or daughter of god born to that land would be corrupted without a chance to really decide for themselves.

I'm only 25, I fear for my kids one day, growing up and being impressed by this society. Things weren't nearly this bad when I was a kid. I'll never send them to public school, for sure. Probably won't have television either. But you can only shut the world out so much, when you're immersed in it.

(A Thousand Good Intentions)