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April 29, 2008

The War on Christianity Goes On And On And On

Filed under: Defending America,Faith,Family Values,War on Christianity — Psycheout @ 12:47 am
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Jesus with ChildrenWhat liberal media? Oh, that one.

Family and friends had urged Dale and Leilani Neumann to get help for their daughter, but the father considered the illness “a test of faith” and the mother never considered taking the girl to the doctor because she thought her daughter was under a “spiritual attack,” the criminal complaint said.

Darn those parents who would not give into secular humanism! They must be scapegoated! NOW! Call in the feminazi atheist squad, stat!

“It is very surprising, shocking that she wasn’t allowed medical intervention,” Marathon County District Attorney and proud atheist Christian hating feminazi Jill Falstad said. “Her death could have been prevented if only she’d been brainwashed into secular progressivism.” She later added “being a lesbian is great!”

But these folk must be evil, right? They’re Christians, so they must be criminals!

Falstad said the Neumanns have cooperated with investigators and are not under arrest.

Oh, oops. But they’re still evil.

Randall Wormgoor, a friend of the Neumanns, told police that Dale Neumann led Bible studies at his business, Monkey Mo Coffee Shop, and believed physical illness was due to sin, curable by prayer and by asking for forgiveness from God, the complaint said.

And what’s wrong with that? Uh, nothing. Let the persecution begin!

Wormgoor said he and his wife, Althea, were at the Neumann home when Madeline — _ called Kara by her parents — met Jesus. Wormgoor said he had urged the father to seek medical help and was told the illness “was a test of faith for the Neumann family and asked the Wormgoors to join them in praying for Kara to get well,” the complaint said.

And did the Wormgoors join the Neumann family and pray for Madeline? No. Why? Because they hated Jesus with all their hearts. And they likely worshipped Satan too and were probably mostly responsible for the poor child’s death. But she is in a much better place now, Heaven. G-d bless her.

Leilani Neumann, 40, told the AP previously she never expected her daughter to die. The family believes in the Bible, which says healing comes from God, but they have nothing against doctors, she said.

Nothing against doctors? Huh? But I thought they were evil Christians who are obviously crazy? No? Oops. Oh well.

Dale Neumann, 46, a former police officer, has said he has friends who are doctors and started CPR “as soon as the breath of life left” his daughter’s body.

And where were the Wormgooers at the time? I think they need to be investigated. Maybe they’re voodoo practitioners and Obama supporters. You never know.

One relative told police that the girl’s mother believed she “died because the devil is trying to stop Leilani from starting her own ministry,” the complaint said.

This should also be investigated. But will the liberal media follow up? Doubtful. Why? Well, because Christianity is stupid! Communism is good! Madness reigns on this sinful planet, doesn’t it?

B4B plans to set up a defense fund for the Neumanns. They do not deserve the anti-religion persecution they are facing. They did what they thought was right for their daughter who smiles on them from Heaven.

Religious freedom is what made America great. Freedom from persecution is what will continue to keep the U.S.A. great (sorry foreigners, but you know this instinctively, even if you refuse to admit it). And secular humanism is a cul-de-sac, a dead end of evil and perversion. We all know this to be true.

Prayer is what is needed at this time. Not persecution. What say you, America?

– Psycheout

42 Comments »

  1. Sorry to say but I think you are wrong on this Pyschout; since their precious daughter died God’s judgment is clearly against the Neumanns. Jesus is not cruel, He would not have ordered one of His angels to destroy the child’s pancreases if the Neumanns weren’t closeted perverts or worse. The Neumanns need to be treated like the scum they are and tossed into prison for forcing God kill this child.

    The moonbats will doubtlessly whine that the Neumanns crime was not going to a Darwinist doctor to thwart God’s plan using some secularist mumbo, jumbo. No the Neumanns crime is they didn’t love and fear The Lord enough that Jesus could help them by sparing their daughter.

    Comment by BJ Tabor — April 29, 2008 @ 7:46 am | Reply

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    Comment by Wickford — April 29, 2008 @ 8:37 am | Reply

  3. HAVE A BLOODY ROODURORRA!

    Comment by Wickford — April 29, 2008 @ 8:46 am | Reply

  4. 2008 @ 8:50 am

    DESU [x9000]

    Comment by Wickford — April 29, 2008 @ 8:59 am | Reply

  5. DESU [x9000]

    Comment by Suiseki — April 29, 2008 @ 9:00 am | Reply

  6. I say that, in addition to praying, her parents should have sought medical treatment. We have been given the divine gift of modern medicine, discovered by truly inspired individuals. As the saying goes, God helps those who help themselves. What incentive is there to give someone something they’re begging for, when they don’t even try to get it themselves?

    Comment by L — April 29, 2008 @ 9:04 am | Reply

  7. Also, why not just admit that you don’t believe in freedom of religion? Last time I checked, freedom of religion meant freedom to practice ANY religion, not just the mainstream. It’s why I can choose to practice my faith in my home, instead of showing up at a mass gathering of people who claim to believe exactly what I do and show up because they think they have to.

    Comment by L — April 29, 2008 @ 10:52 am | Reply

  8. LOL BANNED

    Comment by Anonymous — April 29, 2008 @ 11:49 am | Reply

  9. L,

    What we Christian (Baptist Republicans) believe in most is to love our neighbors. Just like we would stop or neighbor from doing something self destructive like sticking their hand in a fire we would stop them from foolishly choosing to damn themselves by joining a false religion. We’re compassionate people because that’s what Christ inspires us to.

    Comment by BJ Tabor — April 29, 2008 @ 1:49 pm | Reply

  10. “It is very surprising, shocking that she wasn’t allowed medical intervention,” Marathon County District Attorney and proud atheist Christan hating feminazi Jill Falstad said. “Her death could have been prevented if only she’d been brainwashed into secular progressivism.” She later added “being a lesbian is great!”

    Way to not only take my bait, but to forget how to cover up your own article edits, when the source is listed right in your entry.

    What we Christian (Baptist Republicans) believe in most is to love our neighbors.

    Remind us again how love = religious extremist terrorism?

    One relative told police that the girl’s mother believed she “died because the devil is trying to stop Leilani from starting her own ministry,” the complaint said.

    This should also be investigated.

    What sort of empirical evidence could possibly be gathered? Can you summon the devil in tangible, visible form to court?

    By the way, Psycheout, you should stop going to the doctor. You too, BlowJay.

    Comment by Dio Brando — April 29, 2008 @ 3:33 pm | Reply

  11. Remind us again how love = religious extremist terrorism?

    Extremism is a subjective, deliberately inflammatory label and worthy of discussion. Love means doing what is necessary, no matter how personally distasteful it is to you. Doctors need to cause pain to repair injuries (though not illnesses, they can’t do that) so you have got to be tough, even if it seems heartless some times, for the sake of the people you love.

    Thank you for you concern for my health but I assure you Christ has banished all demons of illness from me.

    Comment by BJ Tabor — April 29, 2008 @ 4:00 pm | Reply

    • yeah right you still get sick you still get injured and you know it…. because god dosent work that way… hell protect your soul from evil but not from injury or bodily harm or sickness.. im sure if some one kicked down your door right now and shot you in the face it would hurt…….. alot.

      Comment by ravenfox — July 28, 2010 @ 1:04 am | Reply

  12. Extremism is a subjective, deliberately inflammatory label and worthy of discussion.

    If anyone is subjective in viewpoint, it’s you.

    Love means doing what is necessary, no matter how personally distasteful it is to you.

    So, if you believe the way to love is to detonate bombs to kill those who do not share your viewpoint, is that fine?

    You just advocated terrorism.

    Comment by Dio Brando — April 29, 2008 @ 4:28 pm | Reply

  13. Dio So, if you believe the way to love is to detonate bombs to kill those who do not share your viewpoint, is that fine?

    It’s moral to kill people to protect other people Dio. For example it was moral to kill Nazis to stop them from killing. You would have to state an example before I am willing to say, with Jesus inspiration, whether it is moral or not to bomb someone. If we were to accept the argument you are implying then the moral course in WWII would have been to capitulate to Adolph Hitler.

    Anyway I am not taking about killing someone as an extreme measure (even though it is conceivable it might come down to that). I am merely talking about stripping someone naked, shaving their head and then keeping them awake for a week until they see beyond their personal selfishness and reach out for Christ’s love. See the movie The Atheist for a good example of this. I meant nothing about hurting anyone.

    Comment by BJ Tabor — April 29, 2008 @ 5:27 pm | Reply

    • so in other words you want to drop down to the level of Nazis… because what you are saying sounds kind of like opening concentration camps. and that would be a hate crime…. you know… i have noticed that alot of republicans want to fight hate crime laws…. you know if that’s what you need to do to keep up with your religion.. then you are some pretty messed up people.

      Comment by ravenfox — July 28, 2010 @ 1:09 am | Reply

  14. “I am merely talking about stripping someone naked, shaving their head and then keeping them awake for a week until they see beyond their personal selfishness and reach out for Christ’s love.”
    Aaaaaaaaaaand there goes my troll alarm. Congrats, BJ, you’ve joined Marty in the Official Troll Club.

    Comment by Elephant Bones — April 29, 2008 @ 6:36 pm | Reply

  15. L, are you an Ausfag, or not? Just wondering.

    DESU X 9000

    Comment by Wickford — April 29, 2008 @ 6:39 pm | Reply

  16. Dio already pointed this out, but editing the original text of the article is a new low, even for you. That’s pure dishonesty.

    Comment by Brian-sama — April 29, 2008 @ 6:42 pm | Reply

  17. “Dio already pointed this out, but editing the original text of the article is a new low, even for you. That’s pure dishonesty.”

    Doesn’t that go beyond the limits of the law, to alter someone elses material without their consent?

    Comment by Arn — April 29, 2008 @ 7:00 pm | Reply

  18. It’s moral to kill people to protect other people Dio.

    Asalamalakum, BJ “In the name of Jesus, I detonate and kill these non-christian children to save them and protect white christians!” Tabor.

    Doesn’t that go beyond the limits of the law, to alter someone elses material without their consent?

    Trust me, if we keep letting it build up, we’ll have a hell of a field day when we finally turn Corker and the rest of B4B in for domestic terrorism and whatnot.

    Comment by Dio Brando — April 29, 2008 @ 7:32 pm | Reply

  19. Aaaaaaaaaaand there goes my troll alarm. Congrats, BJ, you’ve joined Marty in the Official Troll Club.

    Huh huh, as I said before anything you atheists can’t rebut you call a joke, troll, nazi, what ever buzz word of the month suits your guys.

    The Atheist, part 1

    The Atheist, part 2

    Now do those videos look like a joke?

    Comment by BJ Tabor — April 29, 2008 @ 8:07 pm | Reply

  20. Dio Asalamalakum, BJ “In the name of Jesus, I detonate and kill these non-christian children to save them and protect white christians!” Tabor.

    Since you refused to accept the conditions I placed on my statement we can assume you feel pacifism is mandatory, no matter what the threat an individual or a country faces Dio?

    Comment by BJ Tabor — April 29, 2008 @ 8:13 pm | Reply

    • religious threats should not be met with violence. that’s just the idiots way of thinking OH BOY I AM DOING GODS WORK. and really your just buying yourself a one way ticket to hell.if god wants people dead they will die simple as that.if you kill them because YOU say its what god wants your still a psycopathic murderer. and going to spend the rest of your natural life behind bars.

      Comment by ravenfox — July 28, 2010 @ 1:15 am | Reply

  21. You know, I hate Christan too. It’s a terrible name. Please spell check the tripe you’re inserting into your excerpts from real news articles for the point of trolling.

    Comment by Armand Jean du Plessis de Richelieu — April 29, 2008 @ 8:18 pm | Reply

  22. I liked that rant you linked to, Armand. Quite a few laughs. Especially that part about the Bible.

    Comment by Elephant Bones — April 30, 2008 @ 12:35 am | Reply

  23. Oh no problem, EB. 2 the Ranting Gryphon is an excellent comedian, and I felt thatrant to be appropriate for this site. Besides, I needed a change from Jesus He Knows Me.

    Comment by Armand Jean du Plessis de Richelieu — April 30, 2008 @ 12:43 am | Reply

  24. It’s a shame this one…………….usually the articles on here achieve a near-perfect mark on the satire front – being just about non-mental enough to be believeable to the gullible.

    Unfortunately, this item goes too far and it’s so glaringly obvious that it’s all a wind-up that even a genuine inbred republican-baptist loon would know you’re pulling their plonker.

    Comment by Church of Necrophilia — April 30, 2008 @ 6:59 am | Reply

  25. Tabor: I don’t believe in Hell, or the Devil. They do not exist. Therefore, insisting that I am deliberately damning myself to an afterlife that does not exist is pure fallacy. I believe that, in death, I will rest in Otherworld until I am ready to return to this world, to learn the lessons I have not yet learned. Once the process has been completed, I will die for the last time, and be taken to Aster to dwell with the God and Goddess in their glory. I firmly believe I will also see Jesus there, as He is the Son of the God, and also the Holy Strega, Aradia, as she is a child of the Goddess. Learn about other religions before you mock them, please. I’m sure a lot of people used to mock genuine Christianity back in the day. As there are very few genuine Christians left (i.e., those who actually follow the teachings of Christ instead of using Him as an excuse to kill people), I find mocking them to be rather poor sport, and extremely disrespectful besides.

    I do agree with you, however, that atheism doesn’t make much sense. One need only look at the infinite beauty and complexity of Nature to see the hand of some Deity in it.

    Wickford: No, but my family tree has branched in that direction. I live in the southern U.S., in the heart of the Bible Belt.

    Armand: One of my old e-buddies introduced me to 2. You have good taste.

    Comment by L — April 30, 2008 @ 8:12 am | Reply

  26. Ah, glad to know that I’m not the only one here who enjoys 2, L.

    Comment by Armand Jean du Plessis de Richelieu — April 30, 2008 @ 9:25 pm | Reply

  27. “Aaaaaaaaaaand there goes my troll alarm. Congrats, BJ, you’ve joined Marty in the Official Troll Club.”

    I generally credit you with having a high level of intelligence, EB. But I do have to question this comment. What the hell took you so long? Perhaps you should check the batteries on your troll alarm, that sucker should have gone off long ago.

    Comment by Arn — April 30, 2008 @ 9:34 pm | Reply

  28. Since you refused to accept the conditions I placed on my statement we can assume you feel pacifism is mandatory, no matter what the threat an individual or a country faces Dio?

    Pacifism except in matters of direct logical defense. The best way to defeat an opponent is to let their own attacks defeat themselves.

    However, even if you need to kill(key: KILL) to defend yourself, there’s a difference between logical defense, and inhumane offense. You do not prefer defense. You prefer offense, hence why you would support any and all terrorist attacks if they were carried out in Christ’s name.

    I’m sure a lot of people used to mock genuine Christianity back in the day.

    Hell, they used to be slaughtered outright. Now, ironically, most Christians pervert the martyrs and Jesus himself by slaughtering any and all who do not follow the same as they do– even though none of them can agree on everything to begin with.

    Comment by Dio Brando — April 30, 2008 @ 10:57 pm | Reply

  29. “What the hell took you so long?”
    I’m very cautious in my application of the label, lest it be diluted. Marty made his status clear long ago, Corker has yet to say anything definitive, and Diablo isn’t worth reading through his walls of text to analyze.

    Comment by Elephant Bones — May 1, 2008 @ 2:23 am | Reply

  30. Diablo reminds me of when one encounters the pushy, yet well meaning homeless man that will insist on telling you all about who shot Kennedy and how they got rid of the ray gun afterwards.

    Comment by Armand Jean du Plessis de Richelieu — May 1, 2008 @ 11:33 pm | Reply

  31. I had to laugh at that one, Armand. It reminded me of a movie, I can’t remember the name of it right now, but it was a science fiction (well, sort of) movie and every time someone mentioned a ray gun they would flash to a clip of Ronald Reagan saying “Wellll”.

    Comment by Arn — May 2, 2008 @ 5:00 am | Reply

  32. Dio: That was a deliberate understatement. As you know.

    Comment by L — May 6, 2008 @ 8:16 am | Reply

  33. Hmmm… as a Catholic I would have prayed, but as a Human I would have gone to the doctor to see if God would allow this child a few more years in her life. But, whatever, is she dies, she’ll be in Heaven, or Valhalla,or the Cosmos, or maybe even reincarnated into something better than a human. I really don’t know, as will this whole world. I really don’t know if the Christian version of Heaven is right, or the Islamic version, or the Buddhist. No one can say any religion is right or wrong, since we have no proof for either. Sure, their are things like the Bible and near death experiences when people say they have seen the next life, but that also includes what religion they are; that influences many things. But, your just gonna call me a sinner for saying something like that. So? Sue me, God gave us free will, and I have yet to be struck by lightning. As long as there is free will, we can do as we please. Except murder and rape and cause war. Or kill animals. We cannot do that.

    Comment by Ms. Itzy Derat — June 4, 2008 @ 10:23 pm | Reply

  34. *applauds*

    Comment by Some Guy — July 1, 2008 @ 3:38 pm | Reply

  35. In Cosmos?:)no, bet on that:)here we do not trifle in that. But tell you one thing bloggers: We all came from space…a least new type of children, the name of which “the Indigo children”…by the way, only they will help figure out the mystery of our existence in this world. In conclusion, I would like to share with you a story about Indigo child, that comes from Mars. At least he says about it. And he is only 6 years old and knows who, how and where…he lives in Russia, and all scientist from around the world had visited him…They say he is paranormal and veeeeery interesting boy..So, Yes, God exist,this God is Space, that makes us live..but to be precise, every planet in space is very intellectual and is under influence of different world that guides our planet…

    Comment by space man — August 1, 2008 @ 12:02 pm | Reply

  36. It boggles my mind to see how twisted and demented you people are. I thought that being a Christian was about loving God and others. Yet, your childish name calling doesn’t sound like love to me. The main reason that there aren’t as many Christians in America right now is BECAUSE of people like you. It is not our job to judge the world, and people are to be converted because they see how wonderful God is, but all you show them is how terrible he can be. This site is almost completely negative, and all you do is complain about the world you live in instead of actually doing something to change it. Preaching to those who believe the same as you about what’s wrong with the world isn’t going to change anything, and neither is telling people how wrong they are instead of how wonderful life could be if they knew God. Hopefully their is someone who is open-minded enough to see that what I have to say is true and completely in line with the Bible. Saying that you’re going to love people by showing them what they translate as hatred doesn’t really work. If people need punishment, then God will see to it. It’s not your job.

    Oh, and God didn’t kill that girl, the sickness which is brought on by demon opression did. Maybe God wanted them to have faith enough to take her to a hospital where Christiam men could use methods discovered by other Christian men (like the plants that God placed on the Earth for that purpose) could help her.

    Comment by Joshua — September 6, 2008 @ 9:25 pm | Reply

  37. Don’t listen to truth. Reality has a well-known liberal bias.

    Comment by over9000 — April 18, 2009 @ 12:57 pm | Reply

  38. god isn’t going to take care of everything for you… you have to get off your lazy ass and do things for yourself too. this is a perfect example. no amount of praying and what not would have changed the out come. this is bassically a case of christianity turning into a cult.

    Comment by ravenfox — July 29, 2010 @ 7:52 pm | Reply

  39. FYI everybody, “ravenfox” is a confessed Furry, so don’t listen to what he’s saying. He’s just trying to convert you to the Furry religion.

    Thought you’d want to know.

    Comment by Common Sense Conservative — July 29, 2010 @ 9:48 pm | Reply


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