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March 14, 2008

John Philip Sousa: False Idol

Filed under: Uncategorized — Objective Scrutator @ 6:39 pm

sousa.gifAs we all know, one should never attempt to question the military. Normally, I do not do such things. However, I have discovered a sinful song, “Stars And Stripes Forever” that is being promoted as the National March of America. The marching band as a whole needs to be remodeled, since there is much sin in many musical instruments. Perhaps I should not be surprised, however, for our moonbat legislators have tried to promote false idols before. This one, however, is far more subtle, because it comes not from a Frenchman, but from a man who slid into tragedy:

At the age of ten, he was a promising violinist and at thirteen formed his own Quadrille Band and began attracting attention as a violinist. But like many young boys, he decided to run off to join the circus. His parents found out, however, and he was abruptly whisked off for an enlistment in the Marine Corps, as an apprentice in the band.”

His parents were wise to keep him from the circus, which propagandates Darwinist hoaxes, among other things. However, the violin is Satan’s favorite instrument. They engage in pedophilia, among other things, and do it right while the violin is lulling the child’s Demonwatch to sleep, leaving it vulnerable to things such as the locrian mode/tritone.

VIOLIN Sousa’s mingling with the violin left him with some very perverted ideas. How Congress passed a law recognizing “Stars and Stripes Forever” as the March of America is beyond me, but I think it has something to do with bribes. Just listen to this pervert’s ‘work of art’:

Did you catch that perverted instrument playing from 1:44 to 2:14? That is the piccolo, a shrill and obnoxius instrument. Look at what the Bible has to say about ‘shrillness’:

Luke 23, 8-10: Herod was delighted when Jesus showed up. He had wanted for a long time to see him, he’d heard so much about him. He hoped to see him do something spectacular. He peppered him with questions. Jesus didn’t answer—not one word. But the high priests and religion scholars were right there, saying their piece, strident and shrill in their accusations.

Comparing such a horrid sounding instrument with false scholars eager to lie to Herod about Christ sounds perfectly accurate to me. The piccolo is well heard throughout all the song, but the fact that it gets the spotlight is blashphemy. At least the trombones cover it up somewhat in the end. However, the fact that none of God’s chosen instruments, not even the trumpet, get the spotlight at all is blasphemy:

1 Chronicles 13:8 And David and all Israel played before God with all their might, and with singing, and with harps, and with psalteries, and with timbrels, and with cymbals, and with trumpets.

Joshua 6:4 And seven priests shall bear before the ark seven trumpets of rams’ horns: and the seventh day ye shall compass the city seven times, and the priests shall blow with the trumpets.

Revelation 8:2 And I saw the seven angels which stood before God; and to them were given seven trumpets.

Joshua 6:20 So the people shouted when the priests blew with the trumpets: and it came to pass, when the people heard the sound of the trumpet, and the people shouted with a great shout, that the wall fell down flat, so that the people went up into the city, every man straight before him, and they took the city.

Leviticus 23:24 Speak unto the children of Israel, saying, In the seventh month, in the first day of the month, shall ye have a sabbath, a memorial of blowing of trumpets, an holy convocation.

Kirk-and-Sousaphone.jpgTrombones are similar to trumpets, but are not trumpets. The fact is that such obnoxious instruments as the piccolo are glorified in our national march is blasphemy, but typical of a violin player. Hopefully, King Brownback will, at the very least, force someone to redraft “Stars and Stripes Forever” so that America doesn’t have to listen to horrid piccolo players and other horrid music sounds, such as doorbells. (Even piccolo players in the Marine band, as good as their intentions may be, will still subcumb to Satanism.) Perhaps all of Sousa’s music must be revised: after all, his instrument, the sousaphone, is a gateway for Satan to infect children with acne and obesity:

Thankfully, God soon struck him down:

On May 6, 1932, while in Reading (PA) to guest conduct the Ringhold Band, he died after rehearsal.

Good! God does not tolerate moonbat composers that try to sneak Satanism into the national march of His chosen land. We shall be His instruments to finish the job, as well. Pray for America, and pray for its music.

43 Comments »

  1. Like I predicted, copypasta from Corker’s blog

    Comment by Elephant Bones — March 14, 2008 @ 8:07 pm | Reply

  2. EB, what on earth is wrong with crossposting in order to spread the Good Message to as many people as possible, hmm?

    Also, I think it’s a good sign that Leftists aren’t trying to defend this pervert or his ‘music’. Perhaps not as many Leftists are brainwashed by this clown as the liberal media would have us believe.

    Comment by bobcorker — March 14, 2008 @ 9:17 pm | Reply

  3. EB, what on earth is wrong with crossposting in order to spread the Good Message to as many people as possible, hmm?

    You’ve got this on what, 2-4 other blogs?

    Comment by Dio Brando — March 14, 2008 @ 9:48 pm | Reply

  4. “Also, I think it’s a good sign that Leftists aren’t trying to defend this pervert or his ‘music’.”
    After your ‘expose’ about coral and doorbells, we don’t feel like we need to take you seriously anymore.

    Comment by Elephant Bones — March 14, 2008 @ 10:16 pm | Reply

  5. So, this is a parody site, right?

    Comment by special delivery — March 14, 2008 @ 10:54 pm | Reply

  6. Nazi KKKorKKKer striKKKes (out) again.

    Comment by spacebrother — March 15, 2008 @ 12:27 am | Reply

  7. Dear Bob,

    Now that was a powerful and moving investigative piece if I have ever seen one. I declare, it is almost as entertaining as watching Fox & Friends around here these days with all this new talent. I wouldn’t be the least bit surprised to find out that Brian Kilmeade has been put to the curb and Bob Corker has taken his place!

    Bravo to you on a major and epic win, dear!

    Comment by Mrs. T.D. Gaines-Crockett — March 15, 2008 @ 6:41 am | Reply

  8. “epic win”
    Way to *chan, Crockey

    Comment by Elephant Bones — March 16, 2008 @ 12:03 am | Reply

  9. I’m sorry but I don’t get what that video about fat people has to do with anything. You lost me with that one. If this Sousa guy was some kind of pervert then God will deal with him, but I still don’t see where a fat kid on a tuba comes into play. I’m just saying.

    Comment by Connie Mack — March 16, 2008 @ 8:28 am | Reply

  10. facepalm.jpg

    Idiots. Should I call in Anonymous to share their opinions as well?

    Comment by CJ Blackwing — March 16, 2008 @ 5:13 pm | Reply

  11. Bob likes to lynch the overweight. Ironically.

    Comment by Dio Brando — March 16, 2008 @ 6:16 pm | Reply

  12. CJ, don’t be a newfag. Anon is not your personal army.

    Comment by Elephant Bones — March 16, 2008 @ 7:32 pm | Reply

  13. Way to fail, Corker. Sisyphus, good job of ruining any credibility concerning the blog’s claims of non-parody.

    Said the kettle to the pot…..

    Comment by Linus — March 16, 2008 @ 9:29 pm | Reply

  14. Glad I learned the viola, a heartier and deeper instrument than the violin with its high sissy e string. Now, all we have to worry about is the centuries and centuries and centuries of Christian music written, performed, and soloed by violins and you’re set. However, and this is prolly really going to be a bit of an annoyance, but any investigative reporter worth his grits knows it is vital, do you have any sources about pedophilia being linked to viols of any sort? I mean, there’s a terribly popular country song in which the devil plays a fiddle as a form of competition, and I assume that that counts as evidence for you, but where does the pedophilia come in?
    While we’re at it, what’s God’s stance on the theremin? Can’t be too bad, you don’t even touch it.
    How about cellos? A deep, guttural yet enchantingly beautiful grunt.
    Basses, necessary in every orchestral piece, the backbone of many a symphony.
    The singing nun had a guitar so clearly that is not a bad instrument, as she helped bring many from the world of sixties mainstream pop into Christianity.
    Bob, I hafta say, I can always spot your posts because they are the leased based in anything resembling reason, logic, truth, evidence, biblical context, etcetera.
    You know, I heard that there’s a sacred chord that David played and it pleased the lord but you don’t really care for music, do ya?

    Comment by Armand Jean du Plessis de Richelieu — March 18, 2008 @ 11:01 pm | Reply

  15. “I mean, there’s a terribly popular country song in which the devil plays a fiddle as a form of competition”
    I love that song. Don’t forget that the devil loses that fight.

    Comment by Elephant Bones — March 21, 2008 @ 12:30 am | Reply

  16. Oh yes, one cannot forget that. That means that Georgians are inherently more evil than Satan himself, seeing as how they can better play the satanic instrument.
    Yoyo Maa, on the other hand, would be blessed if he weren’t Asian, because as all know, God doesn’t love non white non Americans.

    Comment by Armand Jean du Plessis de Richelieu — March 21, 2008 @ 1:23 am | Reply

  17. “God doesn’t love non white non Americans.”

    And I’m native American so he really hates me.😀

    Comment by Arn — March 21, 2008 @ 6:46 pm | Reply

  18. And I’m native American so he really hates me.
    Comment by Arn — March 21, 2008 @ 6:46 pm

    eh, everyone hates you Arn. Because you suck. It has nothing to do with race. Its because you are a smelly pot-smoking butt-sexing anti-American Jesus-hating RETARD!

    glad I could clear that up for you…

    Comment by Marty McPain — March 21, 2008 @ 8:57 pm | Reply

  19. eh, everyone hates you Arn. Because you suck. It has nothing to do with race. Its because you are a smelly pot-smoking butt-sexing anti-American Jesus-hating RETARD!

    Stop snorting coke, Marty.

    Comment by Dio Brando — March 21, 2008 @ 9:38 pm | Reply

  20. “eh, everyone hates you Arn. Because you suck. It has nothing to do with race. Its because you are a smelly pot-smoking butt-sexing anti-American Jesus-hating RETARD!”

    Of course you’re just another retarded finger on the corker sockpuppet, but as long as you still hate me I’m happy.😀

    Comment by Arn — March 22, 2008 @ 8:29 am | Reply

  21. I find Arn to be rather agreeable.

    Comment by Armand Jean du Plessis de Richelieu — March 23, 2008 @ 12:52 am | Reply

  22. I think Marty’s a cool guy. eh beats his daughter to death and doesn’t afraid of BLING.

    Comment by Dio Brando — March 23, 2008 @ 9:05 pm | Reply

  23. I apologize for my absence. I had an enjoyable spring vacation, and I hope you all did too, even the Helioleftists and Penguinists among us.

    “So, this is a parody site, right?”

    No.

    “Dear Bob,

    Now that was a powerful and moving investigative piece if I have ever seen one. I declare, it is almost as entertaining as watching Fox & Friends around here these days with all this new talent. I wouldn’t be the least bit surprised to find out that Brian Kilmeade has been put to the curb and Bob Corker has taken his place!

    Bravo to you on a major and epic win, dear!”

    Thank you, Mrs. Crockett. I certainly would enjoy spending hours with that blond girl on Fox & Friends. I am certain that God makes masturbation exceptions to viewers of Fox & Friends, since the program is obviously promoting God’s work, and He can control our lust while we watch it.

    “I’m sorry but I don’t get what that video about fat people has to do with anything. You lost me with that one. If this Sousa guy was some kind of pervert then God will deal with him, but I still don’t see where a fat kid on a tuba comes into play. I’m just saying.”

    A sousaphone is a marching tuba. Sousa invented the sousaphone, which shows the obvious perversion of the instrument. The tuba, therefore, must have similar qualities. Neither are trumpets, so I don’t really see why they should be allowed to be in marching bands.

    “Bob likes to lynch the overweight. Ironically.”

    I think I heard Michael Savage express an excellent idea on what to do with the obese a long time ago. After all, the bible verse “The liberal soul shall be made fat: and he that watereth shall be watered also himself.” (Proverbs 11:25) should convince anyone that obesity is wrong.

    “Way to fail, Corker. Sisyphus, good job of ruining any credibility concerning the blog’s claims of non-parody.”

    I provide Scripture and sources to support my position. You come with nothing other than lies. Your words are hasty.

    “Glad I learned the viola, a heartier and deeper instrument than the violin with its high sissy e string.”

    It may be in alto clef and sound nicer than the violin, but it is still a sin to play it.

    “Now, all we have to worry about is the centuries and centuries and centuries of Christian music written, performed, and soloed by violins and you’re set.”

    Mozart, Beethoven, and Bach were all frauds, invented by the Spheroleftists in order to brainwash people into believing that drivel. Twinkle Twinkle Little Star is a hoax, created by the Dark Lord himself.

    “However, and this is prolly really going to be a bit of an annoyance, but any investigative reporter worth his grits knows it is vital, do you have any sources about pedophilia being linked to viols of any sort?”

    The link under pedophilia should direct you to a page where a girl got raped by a violin teacher during her lesson. If you somehow find that moral, you should be stoned.

    “While we’re at it, what’s God’s stance on the theremin? Can’t be too bad, you don’t even touch it.”

    I’m sorry, I don’t know what that is. My knowledge of music is limited, but it is enough.

    “How about cellos? A deep, guttural yet enchantingly beautiful grunt.”

    Cellos are fine, for a string instrument. They were inspired by harps, and as such, I must respect them.

    “Basses, necessary in every orchestral piece, the backbone of many a symphony.”

    They are always overshadowed by the contrabassoon, which makes the most sinful sound possible by man. Basses need to be designed louder.

    “The singing nun had a guitar so clearly that is not a bad instrument, as she helped bring many from the world of sixties mainstream pop into Christianity.”

    I eagerly await the return of castranos. I have no idea what this ‘singing nun’ is, but if you are referring to the ‘Flying Nun’, then that movie must be banned. Again, my knowledge of music is limited.

    “Bob, I hafta say, I can always spot your posts because they are the leased based in anything resembling reason, logic, truth, evidence, biblical context, etcetera.”

    Thank you, Darwinist! I know I’m not on your side!

    “You know, I heard that there’s a sacred chord that David played and it pleased the lord but you don’t really care for music, do ya?”

    It sounded good on the harp, but on other instruments, it will sound sinful. And no, I think that music is nonsense that Leftists engage in in order to get higher on their LSD.

    “Oh yes, one cannot forget that. That means that Georgians are inherently more evil than Satan himself, seeing as how they can better play the satanic instrument.”

    You have a point. I must say that I enjoy that song, but there may be Satanism in it that I haven’t caught yet. I’m normally very good at catching Satanism, since I have absolute pitch, but this one may elude me. For now, however, I shall enjoy this.

    “Yoyo Maa, on the other hand, would be blessed if he weren’t Asian, because as all know, God doesn’t love non white non Americans.”

    Yoyo Ma was lucky to have recovered his $2 mil cello from his cab. I’m certain that he personally visits the Dark Lord.

    “Of course you’re just another retarded finger on the corker sockpuppet, but as long as you still hate me I’m happy.”

    I’m not the same person as McPain. Weren’t you proven wrong with the BJ Tabor incident? McPain and I differ on a few things (such as Catholicism and the treatment of sinners), but we agree on a lot of things. Just because I agree with him, however, doesn’t mean I’m the same person. You really need to get the Leftist mentality out of your head.

    Comment by bobcorker — March 25, 2008 @ 2:44 pm | Reply

  24. I think I heard Michael Savage express an excellent idea on what to do with the obese a long time ago. After all, the bible verse “The liberal soul shall be made fat: and he that watereth shall be watered also himself.” (Proverbs 11:25) should convince anyone that obesity is wrong.

    Don’t know if you’ve ever seen a picture of Michael Savage– HE’S FAT.

    Oooh, I can quote the bible, too!

    Proverbs 11:28 “He that trusteth in his riches shall fall: but the righteous shall flourish as a branch.” (Jer. 9:23-24). This is so because riches are so undependable, but whoso trusteth in the Lord shall not only be righteous, but shall flourish in his righteous. The evergreen tree has long been fitly used as a symbol of the saint, (Ps. 1:3; Jer. 17:7-8). A branch does not live of its own intrinsic life, but must be attached to the root, (Col. 2:6-10).

    Proverbs 11:25– This means to be k-i-n-d. Generous. Liberal in benevolence.

    Proverbs 11:17 “The merciful man doeth good to his own soul: but he that is cruel troubleth his own flesh.”

    Proverbs 11:12 “He that is void of wisdom despiseth his neighbor: but a man of understanding holdeth his peace.”

    Comment by Dio Brando — March 25, 2008 @ 3:55 pm | Reply

  25. “Don’t know if you’ve ever seen a picture of Michael Savage– HE’S FAT.”

    You may think so by looking at him. However, he may just have oversized clothes. Obviously, if he were fat, he wouldn’t be advising that fat people be put in camps. I think we should send him letters that tell him to wear different clothes. Picture him in a jetski suit, for instance.

    “Proverbs 11:25– This means to be k-i-n-d. Generous. Liberal in benevolence.”

    God does not condone liberalness. He wants a society rooted in tradition. Obviously, we are to be kind to others that share our mindset. However, He orders the stoning of those that deny Him or commit sexual sins, and He delivers the orders through clearly stated Scriptures. There is no interpreting those verses unusually.

    “Proverbs 11:17 “The merciful man doeth good to his own soul: but he that is cruel troubleth his own flesh.””

    Wait now, I’m not a Yahoo. I’m a Houyhnhnm.

    “Proverbs 11:12 “He that is void of wisdom despiseth his neighbor: but a man of understanding holdeth his peace.””

    Many interpret this verse as applying only to those in one’s fellow religion. No Christian or Jew ever accepted every single person they encountered into their lives (well, no one has), and I don’t see why I should have to, either.

    Comment by bobcorker — March 25, 2008 @ 5:16 pm | Reply

  26. What is this? Seriously…please let this blog be fake..if not..you are an idiot. It’s people like you who make me ashamed to live in America.

    Comment by Griffith. — March 25, 2008 @ 8:06 pm | Reply

  27. Well, I for one find it surprising that you know so much of apparently Satan worshiping Asian cellists, but don’t even recognize the famous Singing Nun! In the sixties she was extremely popular, She played her guitar and sang about God. Her songs, while catchy and upbeat, never crossed the line into annoying, blasphemous, or in any way unpleasant. Eventually a movie was made about her.
    As far as one violin teacher raping his student, that is slim evidence. Having been in the orchestra for many years I have noticed that though the violinists may suffer from vanity, they do not prey on children. In fact, for the centuries that they have been played, the instances of pedophilic ones are minimal.
    Why is it that Ted Nugent can talk about how many women he wants to have nonmissionary sex with throughout his career but still be blessed, but if one violinist croses the line the whole instrument is bad?
    Why am I still typing? I dunno, I seem to have contracted something
    Odd that you say that music was mainly for the enhancement of LSD trips when, all added up, more music has been made for religious purposes than any other. Besides, everyone knows that LSD went out with the seventies.
    That being said, I think it’s time for some acid rock.

    Comment by Armand Jean du Plessis de Richelieu — March 25, 2008 @ 9:34 pm | Reply

  28. “No Christian or Jew ever accepted every single person they encountered into their lives (well, no one has), and I don’t see why I should have to, either.”
    Maybe because Jesus told you to?

    Comment by Elephant Bones — March 25, 2008 @ 9:35 pm | Reply

  29. Oi, no link under pedophilia on this site.

    Comment by Armand Jean du Plessis de Richelieu — March 25, 2008 @ 9:36 pm | Reply

  30. You may think so by looking at him. However, he may just have oversized clothes.

    Actually, I looked at his face, which was full of fat.

    God does not condone liberalness. He wants a society rooted in tradition. Obviously, we are to be kind to others that share our mindset. However, He orders the stoning of those that deny Him or commit sexual sins, and He delivers the orders through clearly stated Scriptures. There is no interpreting those verses unusually.

    You don’t know what benevolence is, do you?

    Wait now, I’m not a Yahoo. I’m a Houyhnhnm.

    So you’re a horse? =P

    That has virtually no connection to what I said, anyways. The verse mentions MER-CI-FUL men, and you’ve the mercy of Buffalo Bill from Silence of the Lambs.

    Many interpret this verse as applying only to those in one’s fellow religion. No Christian or Jew ever accepted every single person they encountered into their lives (well, no one has), and I don’t see why I should have to, either.

    The bible commands it. Oh, remember the Magi? None of them were Christian(DUH) or Jewish– they were Zoroastrian, the actual origin of the Abrahamic faiths(Judaism, Christianity, and Islam). They were certainly accepted.

    The fact that you say “many interpret” means that you cannot say the bible is ever clear and concise about things. This means, well, that you’re wrong.

    Comment by Dio Brando — March 25, 2008 @ 10:27 pm | Reply

  31. “Obviously, we are to be kind to others that share our mindset.”
    That’s exactly what’s wrong with our country. People think that alienating everyone who isn’t in their exclusive club will magically make people want to join and praise jeebus and enslave women. Seriously, do you realize what you sound like? Fred f**king Phelps is who you sound like.

    Comment by Elephant Bones — March 26, 2008 @ 12:33 am | Reply

  32. L. Ron Hubbard, too. Hey, both are drooling tax haters– could it be?

    Comment by Dio Brando — March 26, 2008 @ 1:38 am | Reply

  33. “Well, I for one find it surprising that you know so much of apparently Satan worshiping Asian cellists, but don’t even recognize the famous Singing Nun! In the sixties she was extremely popular, She played her guitar and sang about God. Her songs, while catchy and upbeat, never crossed the line into annoying, blasphemous, or in any way unpleasant. Eventually a movie was made about her.”

    I’m surprised that I’m surprised that I don’t know, either. I’ll have to look into this. Thanks!

    “As far as one violin teacher raping his student, that is slim evidence. Having been in the orchestra for many years I have noticed that though the violinists may suffer from vanity, they do not prey on children. In fact, for the centuries that they have been played, the instances of pedophilic ones are minimal.”

    I don’t know of any other instrument that encourages perverse sex as much as the violin, though. Now, the contrabassoon is the greatest instrument of Satan (although not many can play it, leaving the piccolo to be the most Satanic instrument), but violins take the cake in pedophilia. I don’t know of any other instrument player that assaulted a child during the child’s lessons.

    “Why is it that Ted Nugent can talk about how many women he wants to have nonmissionary sex with throughout his career but still be blessed, but if one violinist croses the line the whole instrument is bad?”

    Ted Nugent was obviously being satirical. You and I both know this.

    “Why am I still typing? I dunno, I seem to have contracted something”

    Demons, of course. Demons likely infilitrated you via your fingernails, and are keeping them occupied while they set up base.

    “Odd that you say that music was mainly for the enhancement of LSD trips when, all added up, more music has been made for religious purposes than any other. Besides, everyone knows that LSD went out with the seventies.”

    Yet many of this ‘religious’ music inspired the first secular musicians. It is true, however, that Leftists don’t only use LSD to get ‘high’. They use many types of drugs, ranging from methanphetamine to alcohol.

    “That being said, I think it’s time for some acid rock.”

    Yes, the demons have gotten you now.

    “Oi, no link under pedophilia on this site.”

    The word in this article links to the site. I don’t know what you’re trying to say, though, since it sounds like you found the website.

    “Maybe because Jesus told you to?”

    Jesus didn’t accept every person, either. Luke 8:20-21 8:20 And it was told him by certain which said, Thy mother and thy brethren stand without, desiring to see thee. And he answered and said unto them, My mother and my brethren are these which hear the word of God, and do it. You, EB, have read the word of God, but do not do it. Therefore, I shall not accept you.

    “Actually, I looked at his face, which was full of fat.”

    That isn’t enough to warrant a concentration camp, you know.

    “You don’t know what benevolence is, do you?”

    “Liberal” generally means “autonomy”. Benevolence is set by the LORD. Under theonomy, we are to be kind to those that need (i.e. those unaware of Christianity and those who leisurely sin, but do not act with anger when corrected), but not to those that assault Christianity (i.e. anti-Christian atheists).

    “So you’re a horse? =P

    That has virtually no connection to what I said, anyways. The verse mentions MER-CI-FUL men, and you’ve the mercy of Buffalo Bill from Silence of the Lambs.”

    It’s a metaphor, Dio. The Yahoos, brutish and cruel, lack mercy. The Houyhnhnms were merciful prophets, encouraging others to take in their world views. The book obviously belittles each character, but praises the Houyhnhnms most.

    “The bible commands it. Oh, remember the Magi? None of them were Christian(DUH) or Jewish– they were Zoroastrian, the actual origin of the Abrahamic faiths(Judaism, Christianity, and Islam). They were certainly accepted.”

    They worked with the Christians, though. There’s a difference between someone who is uninformed and someone who takes hostiility to Christianity, like a Youtube atheist.

    “The fact that you say “many interpret” means that you cannot say the bible is ever clear and concise about things. This means, well, that you’re wrong.”

    The Bible is very clear on everything, and those that interpret the Bible in ways that didn’t come first are wrong about all the time. You interpret it differently, don’t you? But you’re either a Gnostic or a Spinozan. Spinozans are of course completely anti-religious (Dawkins says that they are sexed up versions of his kind, atheists), and many Gnostics debated the existence of Jesus. The early Christian prophets interpreted the verses this way, and I’m going to take their word on this.

    “That’s exactly what’s wrong with our country. People think that alienating everyone who isn’t in their exclusive club will magically make people want to join and praise jeebus and enslave women. Seriously, do you realize what you sound like? Fred f**king Phelps is who you sound like.”

    Fred Phelps is a Gore supporting Democrat. He hasn’t renounced his support for them, either, and he spoke at a DNC convention once.

    “L. Ron Hubbard, too. Hey, both are drooling tax haters– could it be?”

    Just because the man is an idiot on most things doesn’t mean he’s an idiot on everything. You aren’t an idiot at tying your shoes, are you? Besides, you prove Uncle Reagan’s quote: “Conservatives think every day is July 4. Liberals think every day is April 15.” What, do you start jumping up and down and flap like a moron when you see your taxes come in? Also, I pay more for the Iraq War tax than is required. I just don’t pay for the other nonsense, like Social Security, Medicare, and the socialized mail organization the United States Postal Service.

    Comment by bobcorker — March 26, 2008 @ 3:50 pm | Reply

  34. “I don’t know of any other instrument player that assaulted a child during the child’s lessons.”
    Bet you didn’t bother to investigate, either.

    “Demons likely infilitrated you via your fingernails, and are keeping them occupied while they set up base.”
    lol

    “Luke 8:20-21 8:20 And it was told him by certain which said, Thy mother and thy brethren stand without, desiring to see thee. And he answered and said unto them, My mother and my brethren are these which hear the word of God, and do it.”
    And Matthew 19 tells you to love your neighbor, neighbor being someone outside of your family.

    “Spinozans are of course completely anti-religious”
    Spinozans did a great job in pointing out the folly of predestination. If I’m saved or doomed from the start, I can sin with impunity, right?

    Comment by Elephant Bones — March 26, 2008 @ 4:28 pm | Reply

  35. That isn’t enough to warrant a concentration camp, you know.

    It is for you.

    Benevolence is set by the LORD. Under theonomy, we are to be kind to those that need (i.e. those unaware of Christianity and those who leisurely sin, but do not act with anger when corrected), but not to those that assault Christianity (i.e. anti-Christian atheists).

    You do realize that when Christianity was started, it was a cult(by definition) and needed to be protected at all costs, right? Mind, this was all after Jesus was killed.

    It’s a metaphor, Dio. The Yahoos, brutish and cruel, lack mercy. The Houyhnhnms were merciful prophets, encouraging others to take in their world views. The book obviously belittles each character, but praises the Houyhnhnms most.

    You must’ve not read Swift’s other works. The Houyhnhnms were terribly immoral in their logical solutious– possibly the speaker in A Modest Proposal was one of them, as the speaker uses immoral rationality to offer the idea(that is, if people are hungry, have them eat babies. Babies are easily produced, cheaply produced!).

    Gulliver finds that the Captain was the best balance in the end, and possibly heads down the path of insanity– he lives amongst the horses, save for a stable boy.

    They worked with the Christians, though. There’s a difference between someone who is uninformed and someone who takes hostiility to Christianity, like a Youtube atheist.

    No, the Magi just brought gifts. There weren’t any Christians when Christ was born. Also, Christians eventually sought to obliterate the origin-levels(that is, Zoroastrians and the Gnostics that Jesus was a part of).

    The Bible is very clear on everything, and those that interpret the Bible in ways that didn’t come first are wrong about all the time. You interpret it differently, don’t you? But you’re either a Gnostic or a Spinozan. Spinozans are of course completely anti-religious (Dawkins says that they are sexed up versions of his kind, atheists), and many Gnostics debated the existence of Jesus. The early Christian prophets interpreted the verses this way, and I’m going to take their word on this.

    The Bible is horribly UNCLEAR on a number of issues.

    -One of the most substantial examples of inconsistency within the synoptic gospels is that of the two nativity stories, one in the Gospel of Matthew, and another in the Gospel of Luke. In some cases the inconsistencies take the form of contradictory details, but in other cases it is the absence of shared detail between the accounts that leads to criticism.

    Both Gospels, for example, give a genealogy of Jesus, but the names, and even the number of generations, differ between the two. Both accounts describe Jesus as being born in Bethlehem, but while the Gospel of Luke account says that Jesus’ parents travelled there to register for a census, the Gospel of Matthew implies that the family actually lived in Bethlehem. The Gospel of Matthew places the birth during the reign of Herod the Great, but while the Gospel of Luke implies that the conception of Jesus took place during the reign of Herod, the census with which the events of the birth are linked is known to have taken place in 6 AD, ten years after the death of Herod.

    In addition, most of the details are unique to each story. Matthew has the magi, the Star of Bethlehem, the Massacre of the Innocents, and the flight to Egypt; Luke mentions none of these, but mentions the census, the birth in a manger, and the shepherds, none of which appear in Matthew. In Matthew, an angel appears to Joseph; in Luke, an angel appears to Mary.

    -Another apparent conflict is between the following sayings attributed to Jesus in the synoptic gospels:

    Matthew 12.30: “He who is not with me is against me.”

    Mark 9.40: “He that is not against us is for us.”

    Luke 9.50: “He that is not against you is for you.”

    Luke 11.23: “Whoever is not with me is against me, and whoever does not gather with me scatters.”

    -There are several apparent discrepancies between the Synoptic Gospels and the Gospel of John:

    * In the Synoptic Gospels, Jesus’ cleansing of the Temple occurs during his final week in Jerusalem before the Crucifixion; in John, it occurs at the beginning of his ministry, several years before the crucifixion.
    * In the Synoptic Gospels, Jesus is tried before the whole Sanhedrin; in John, he is subjected only to a private interview with Annas and Caiaphas.
    * In the Synoptic Gospels, the Last Supper is a Passover Seder, and Jesus is executed on the first day of the Feast of the Unleavened Bread (15 Nisan); in John, the Last Supper is not a seder, and Jesus is executed on the day of preparation, when the lambs were slaughtered for the Passover feast (14 Nisan).
    * In the Gospel of John, Jesus stated that he spoke nothing in secret(John 18:20). In the Synoptic Gospels, Jesus spoke and did things secretively so that the multitudes should not understand him[13]( Mark 4:10-12, Mark 8:29-30, Matthew 13:10-11, Matthew 16:20,Luke 8:9-10,Luke 9:20-21).
    * In the Gospel of Mark, Jesus refuses to give any sign that he is the messiah, which is known as the Messianic Secret, for example Mark 8:11-12. In the Gospel of Matthew and Gospel of Luke, only the Sign of Jonah will be given (Matthew 12:38-39,16:1-4, Luke 11:29-30). The Gospel of John on the other hand has Jesus providing many signs, such as 2:11 and 2:18-19 and 12:37, perhaps from a hypothetical Signs Gospel source.
    * Jesus carried his own cross (19:17); in the synoptics the cross was carried by Simon of Cyrene (Mark 15:21, Matthew 27:32, Luke 23:26).

    Comment by Dio Brando — March 26, 2008 @ 5:00 pm | Reply

  36. Fred Phelps is a Gore supporting Democrat. He hasn’t renounced his support for them, either, and he spoke at a DNC convention once.

    WAS a Gore-supporting Democrat. Back in ’84, Gore was entirely anti-homosexual(he fought a “Gay Bill of Rights”). But by ’92, Gore had changed his stance. Phelps actually picketed the death of Gore’s father, screaming that his father had gone to hell, alongside numerous vulgarities.

    Just because the man is an idiot on most things doesn’t mean he’s an idiot on everything. You aren’t an idiot at tying your shoes, are you? Besides, you prove Uncle Reagan’s quote: “Conservatives think every day is July 4. Liberals think every day is April 15.” What, do you start jumping up and down and flap like a moron when you see your taxes come in? Also, I pay more for the Iraq War tax than is required. I just don’t pay for the other nonsense, like Social Security, Medicare, and the socialized mail organization the United States Postal Service.

    So you think that L. Ron Hubbard was a good man?

    Did I say anything about April 15th?

    Oh, let’s not forget, you don’t pay ANY taxes! You can’t simply go up to the IRS and say “Here’s $40,000 for Iraq”, last I checked.

    Comment by Dio Brando — March 26, 2008 @ 5:09 pm | Reply

  37. Dio is one scholarly man, applause goes in every field

    Comment by Elephant Bones — March 26, 2008 @ 7:03 pm | Reply

  38. “Bet you didn’t bother to investigate, either.”
    1. If I cited a source, you’d call bogus on me anyways.
    2. Stooping to gathering and infering data is stooping to science. As a Christian, I will not stoop to this nonsense that attempts to replace religion.

    “And Matthew 19 tells you to love your neighbor, neighbor being someone outside of your family.”

    Of course I love other people outside of my family. Jesus obviously wants us to love other Christians, and there are genuine Christians in places other than my family. Jesus doesn’t want us to love those that ridicule and mock Christianity or those that are willingly possessed by demons.

    “Spinozans did a great job in pointing out the folly of predestination. If I’m saved or doomed from the start, I can sin with impunity, right?”

    No, that was Anne Hutchinson, who lived long before that moonbat Spinoza. She likely influenced him, but was no Spinozan. And predestination is the only logical thought process that can go along with an omniscient, omnipotent being. All that matters is if you have accepted Christ and driven out the demons within you before you die. Apostates were never really Christians, anyways.

    “It is for you.”

    I just said it wasn’t, moonbat. Why would I want to put Savage in a concentration camp? If he were killed, I wouldn’t be able to receive as much inspiring ideas.

    “You do realize that when Christianity was started, it was a cult(by definition) and needed to be protected at all costs, right? Mind, this was all after Jesus was killed.”

    Christianity is no cult now. Also, I would find it hard to believe that cults can develop into religions. Cults place a human being as a deity: an atrocious sin.

    “You must’ve not read Swift’s other works. The Houyhnhnms were terribly immoral in their logical solutious– possibly the speaker in A Modest Proposal was one of them, as the speaker uses immoral rationality to offer the idea(that is, if people are hungry, have them eat babies. Babies are easily produced, cheaply produced!).

    Gulliver finds that the Captain was the best balance in the end, and possibly heads down the path of insanity– he lives amongst the horses, save for a stable boy.”

    No, I haven’t read his other works. I’m well aware that all his characters have extraordinary faults. But, then again, so do all living creatures.

    Comment by bobcorker — March 26, 2008 @ 7:34 pm | Reply

  39. I just said it wasn’t, moonbat. Why would I want to put Savage in a concentration camp? If he were killed, I wouldn’t be able to receive as much inspiring ideas.

    Maybe not to send Savage to one, but you’re certainly not opposed to sending anyone who isn’t white, male, or Christian to them.

    Christianity is no cult now.

    NO F*CKING SH*T, SHERLOCK. WAS a cult. Christianity was not a magical “oh, we just all conformed at once” deal. It started with a handful, and slowly built up numbers. It was considered a cult back then by both the Jews and the Romans.

    No, I haven’t read his other works. I’m well aware that all his characters have extraordinary faults. But, then again, so do all living creatures.

    Then you’re missing out. Also, you’ve contradicted yourself, as you’ve tried to “prove” that Christians like you are faultless, as you are perfect in the eyes of the Lord.

    Comment by Dio Brando — March 26, 2008 @ 9:38 pm | Reply

  40. Wow. Way to take Bible verses out of context. I’m sure your God is proud of your ability to twist His words to suit your own hatred.

    Sousa was a very patriotic man, who wrote many great military marches for our country. His songs, especially “Stars and Stripes Forever,” have a high emphasis on the BRASS section, which includes trumpets.

    I’m surprised you haven’t figured out that it’s not the instrument that counts, it’s the intent behind the music. I’m sure trumpets and horns have been used in songs that you would not approve of. Now if you’ll excuse me, I’m going to go listen to some 20’s jazz–with trumpets.

    Comment by L — March 27, 2008 @ 9:11 am | Reply

  41. “I’m sure your God is proud of your ability to twist His words to suit your own hatred.”
    A good person uses religion as a reason. A bad person uses religion as an excuse.

    Comment by Elephant Bones — March 27, 2008 @ 10:03 am | Reply

  42. The funniest part is, I’ve heard this song hundreds of times, and the flute is only there for harmony–only brass instruments, the trumpet among them, play the melody of “The Stars and Stripes Forever.” And there are no string instruments (not even Corker’s precious violins) in any of his marches–because YOU CAN’T MARCH AND PLAY A STRING INSTRUMENT AT THE SAME TIME. Heck, try playing a cello standing up. Not even marching, just standing up. You can’t do it.

    They don’t even want to mention that Sousa invented the sousaphone, which, unlike the conventional tuba, curls around the body, making it easier to carry; or the fact that all brass instruments evolved from the trumpet. (Not in the Darwinian way–in the same way that a trumpet went from being an animal horn or seashell to a sophisticated brass instrument with valves and yards of metal tubing.)

    Comment by L — March 31, 2008 @ 8:25 am | Reply

  43. You really are some kind of fucking nutcase, aren’t you? this is exactly why some people should be resticted from voting or having children.

    Comment by Brian — May 22, 2008 @ 8:35 pm | Reply


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