created by: John Masters | Jan 18, 2013

Louisville, KY

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What's the Evilest, Sickest, Most Depraved Christian sect ?

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  • Mormons
  • Protestants
  • Presbyterians
  • Baptists
  • Pentecostal
  • Roman Catholic
  • Eastern Orthodox
  • Lutheran
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  • 7th Day Adventist
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1 - 19 of 19 Comments Last updated Jan 23, 2013
John Masters

Lexington, KY

#1 Jan 18, 2013
You ever heard the Pentecostal's "speaking in tongues"? That's weird! It's not evilest... but definitely bizarre, and those who can do that in church, has to have a high level of brainwashing going on...

Mormons... well, just watch Book of Mormon, or read just a lil bit about it, and see if you're not totally freaked out.

The Protestants... so judgemental, and uppity, and they act like they're better than everybody... that includes the Baptists, and Presbyterians, as well as others...

Eastern Orthodox are the Russians, who threw Pussy Riot into jail for their "hoolaganism"... yeah, so... which one is worse ?

Protestants were the Ku Klux Klan. Also the Puritans... those who exterminating the Indians, in the Native American Holocaust, and doing the lynching... yeah, the Protestants. That's right.

“We are Legion”

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Since: Jul 12

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#2 Jan 19, 2013
Too bad there is not an all of the above selection lol. For real though, Religion is like Crack, you give to kids when they are young, and it'll f*ck em up for the rest of their lives lol.

“We are Legion”

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#3 Jan 19, 2013
Plus every single Religion breeds hate against one thing or another. That's why I choose to live above the influence of Religion :P
John Masters

Lexington, KY

#4 Jan 19, 2013
In General, I agree... I am surprised at the tenacity and longevity of religion... if there's nothing to it, then why do folks keep on going ? I see many positive things. Jesus Christ said to Love, and to do unto others as we do to others... which is logically sound, and good morals and ethics. But still... why so many different denominations, and then there's rivalries in b/t "Christianity"... why ?

I got more questions than answers, but being like Jesus is a good thang, many times, it was the churches who was providing education, and healthcare, and fire departments... as well as a spiritual social center... I dont feel like it's just creatures of habit... but that there's something in our souls that keep us going to church... something our society isn't offering, that we are getting, at least somewhat, at Church. There's the people... is that it? Feeling connected w/ other folks ? I believe in the people, and for the Revolution, you must go to where the people are... they get simplified answers to life's questions, but that doesn't do any good... so why? It's a mystery to me, but there's a reason... and I think it's important for churches to figure out what that purpose is... maybe it's a different one for each one of us... IDK.
Drake

Louisville, KY

#5 Jan 19, 2013
John Masters
I have yet to see any historical examples of your accusations.
“The Protestants... so judgemental, and uppity, and they act like they're better than everybody... that includes the Baptists, and Presbyterians, as well as others...”
>>>Is this simply bitterness at the fact that Catholic nations or cities are full of drunken alcoholic thugs and organized crime while the Protestant nations are the ones that produced the men who invented all the devices of our currrent modern civilization?
“Eastern Orthodox are the Russians, who threw Pussy Riot into jail for their "hoolaganism"... yeah, so... which one is worse ?”
>>>This is not national scandal. Rome massacred the Orthodox in Constantinople in 1204. Rome later called for their conversion in 1917 with the Fatima hoax and then coincidently (?) 2 weeks after these festivals were over the Bolshevik Revolution began pursuant to the subsequent massacre of millions of Russians. Later the ban on the Jesuit priests was ended and the communists reintroduced the Jesuits. Coincidence? I think not.
“Protestants were the Ku Klux Klan.”
>>>There is no such thing as THE KU KLUX KLAN. There were many of them. Which KKK are you talking about? The fact that you couched your accusation in so much ambiguity tells me you don’t know what you are talking about. The first was a great group of Patriots. The latter were under the lead of Freemason Albert Pike and then infiltrated by the FBI and the CIA before the Civil Rights eras with our domestic Inquisition’s creation of cointelpro. Freemasonry was shown to be a counter-reformation group by one of their own historians Johann Bode. The CIA and the FBI were created by John Edgar Hoover (1895 –1972)who was the first Director of the now termed “Federal Bureau of Investigation". He denied the existence of organized crime to protect his Roman Catholic master’s crime syndicates. Case in point is Hoover’s consortion with crime-boss Frank Costello(See J. Edgar Hoover: The Man and the Secrets by Curt Gentry, Chapter 22, pg. 329-330) and “Wild Bill” Donovan, Knight of Malta. In July 1944, Pope Pius XII, awarded Donovan the Knight Grand Cross of the Order of St. Sylvester.
“Also the Puritans... those who exterminating the Indians”
>>>The genocide against the Indians was led by Yankee Catholic Philip Sheridan under the guidance of Jesuit Pierre-Jean De Smet.
Keep pushing out the lies John and I’ll keep ripping them to shreds for all to see.
Drake

Louisville, KY

#6 Jan 19, 2013
anonymous666 wrote:
Plus every single Religion breeds hate against one thing or another. That's why I choose to live above the influence of Religion :P
anonymous666

“Plus every single Religion breeds hate against one thing or another. That's why I choose to live above the influence of Religion :P’

>>You do such thing.

The Roman Hierarchy laid the foundations for secularism.

• Materialism was popularized by the atomism of Descartes, Galileo and Voltaire-all Jesuit trained men.

• Communism was created by the Roman Catholic statesmen Sir Thomas More and perfected by the Jesuits in their Reductions in Paraguay. Abbé Sieyès was most responsible for the French Revolution and he was a Jesuit. Marx was trained by Jesuits in Trier, Germany. The Communists did little but destroyed some of the most powerful enemies of the Vatican with the Bolshevik Revolution.

• Salamancan Jesuits like Molina and Juan de Mariana laid the foundations for Libertarianism and the Austrian School of Economics.

• According to Masonic historian, Johann Bode, the Jesuits created the Masonic Lodge in England to regain the Stuart throne. Freemasonry has now universally infiltrated the large Protestant denominations and turned them to Liberalism.

• The famous Freemason Erasmus Darwin was the primary influence on his grandson’s Darwinism and the transitional fossil hoaxes were created by the famous Jesuit Teilhard de Chardin and men associated with him.

• The big bang theory was created by a Jesuit named Georges Lemaître.

• Our Gregorian Calendar was even invented by a Jesuit named Christopher Clavius.

• Our pandering after international organizations like the United Nations is nothing short of the Vatican’s Ultramontanism that they have been claiming divine right to for centuries.

• The banning of the Bible in public schools is nothing short of the Vatican’s Index of Forbidden books and their incessant ambition to keep the Bible out of the hands of the common people. This is exactly what Thomas More burned people alive in England for in the 16th century.

You can think you are a free thinker all you like, but the Secular establishment is Roman Catholic from top to bottom
John Masters

Lexington, KY

#7 Jan 19, 2013
No such thang as KKK ? Really !?! What's this : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ku_Klux_Klan Whose this guy ? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nathan_Bedford_F...

I have plenty of evidence. The 1855 Riots in Cincinnati and Louisville: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bloody_Monday http://www.topix.com/forum/louisville/TAQ9MVQ...
http://www.topix.com/forum/louisville/TAQ9MVQ...

Hum... wat else were u sayin ? Oh yeah... u were bein a dk b4, so yeah. That's all I give, for now.

It was Protestants who attacked the Catholics during 1855 riots in Louisville and Cincinnati, and KKK's garb was religiously oriented, and they were the nativists... not Catholics... so yeah, they're Protestants.

George W. Ashburn was assassinated for his pro-black beliefs:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_W._Ashbur... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:George_W._A...
Guy Fawkes

Lexington, KY

#8 Jan 19, 2013
It twas his intent... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guy_fawkes

Guy Fawkes, the symbol of the Occupy movement, tried to overthrow King James... a Protestant: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_I_of_Engla...
Heresyoursign

United States

#9 Jan 19, 2013
Agree with Drake. The information posted is correct.
John Masters

Lexington, KY

#10 Jan 21, 2013
The KKK is not a good organization. Ur wrong.

DRW
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Since: Mar 07

Melbourne Australia

#11 Jan 22, 2013
All of them suck.
rebelgray

United States

#12 Jan 22, 2013
Just as bad as the black pampers. Racism isn't needed. Regardless of race.
John Masters

Lexington, KY

#13 Jan 22, 2013
The KKK were/r terrorists, enemies of the State, just like the Confederates were. The KKK was NOT the defenders of the South. The Black Panther Party for Self-Defense was a political unity group designed for self-defense, just like their name says.
Nathan

United States

#14 Jan 22, 2013
John Masters wrote:
The KKK were/r terrorists, enemies of the State, just like the Confederates were. The KKK was NOT the defenders of the South. The Black Panther Party for Self-Defense was a political unity group designed for self-defense, just like their name says.
sekf defense from what or who? Since you are privvy to Panthers business. They got their own army now? Well, answer that.
John Masters

Lexington, KY

#15 Jan 22, 2013
I'm talking about the Old Black Panther Party. I'm not sure about the New Black Panther Party. Does the KKK have an army?
rebelgray

United States

#16 Jan 22, 2013
One could argue that the kkk is a civil rights group as well. Maybe this is the new kkk? Regardless they are both hate groups and I don't support either one of them. Only a racist would side with either. I guess you could call the skin heads there army. That's a hate group for sure.
John Masters

Lexington, KY

#17 Jan 22, 2013
Interesting... u may b ok... there's a friend of mine who says he's down w/ the Rebelucion... he waves a Confederate flag... I've also seen a black man waving a Confederate flag. I understand the history, and believe that flag belongs in a museum, but growing up, I listened to this white supremacist racist bigot, a Simpson, a brown-skinned cousin of mine, go on and on about how the South was victims to Northern aggression, and how it was really about State's Rights... My high school teacher even wrote on the chalkboard, in large letters, "States Rights" being the cause of the Civil War.

Well, naive me. I bought it. I believe in freedom and independence, and the USoA should be a club you can voluntarily leave, if you want to. When the Soviet Union dissolved, I thought that was wonderful. Instead of having one central govt controlling all of that territory, and resources, now it would be more democratic. State's Rights is more democratic... actually, having local boards making all the decisions is the most democratic you can get. So I bought into the "logical" reasons for the Civil War, but after reading some more, I'm convinced that it was over slavery. So I dont hate you, but dont understand you totally. Here's a song I can jam too:

Drake

Louisville, KY

#18 Jan 23, 2013
John Masters wrote:
The KKK were/r terrorists, enemies of the State, just like the Confederates were. The KKK was NOT the defenders of the South. The Black Panther Party for Self-Defense was a political unity group designed for self-defense, just like their name says.
John, I have already shown you that your use of THE kkk is historically erroneous.

The first KKK was the defender of the South. Have you read Susan Davis' Authentic History of the Ku Klux Klan, 1865-1877? I doubt it. That is the classic work on this issue and shows that they were indeed the defenders of the South from the raping and pillaging emancipated negro gangs and the Tory gangs led by Tom Clark.
genforrest

United States

#20 Jan 23, 2013
Drake wrote:
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John, I have already shown you that your use of THE kkk is historically erroneous.
The first KKK was the defender of the South. Have you read Susan Davis' Authentic History of the Ku Klux Klan, 1865-1877? I doubt it. That is the classic work on this issue and shows that they were indeed the defenders of the South from the raping and pillaging emancipated negro gangs and the Tory gangs led by Tom Clark.
I keep telling John he does not know or understand the history of the Klan...the old nor the new. Your information is correct.

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