Favorite Dollar Store Jebus Pic

Favorite Dollar Store Jebus Pic
This is the Jesus Christ of the Jebus Crusters (Note: NOT Semitic)

Sunday, June 19, 2011

The Gospel According to Marsha Blackburn

In ancient Sanskrit writings one encounters a treatise on the Kali Yuga, or age of Kali, the Goddess who destroys so that a new cycle of time can come to pass.  Time in the Orient is thought by many to be cyclical, the Hindu Yuga corresponding to thousands of years of earth time.  When this final, terrible endtime comes, a new beginning brings to earth a New Age.  The Kali Yuga is populated with the same frauds, mountebanks, charlatans, evil politicians, wicked and debauched priests, and rogues of every sort and variety.  The catalogue of horribles is paraded before the reader like ants on watermelon.  All of it roughly corresponds to pre-Rapture Christian eschatologies.  But whereas Christians give us no options other than heaven or hell, the Hindus believe the world will go on just as it has for aeons.  This is the Golden Dawn of the occultists.

By "evil politicians" I meant the followers of Jebus Crust, the false Jesus, who is worshiped today.  None of the evangelicals follow Jesus, which is not to say anything about his historical validity.  The Crustians follow a prophet who worships golden idols, whereas their real prophet said that the Koch Brothers will no sooner pass into the Kingdom of Heaven than a camel shall thread the eye of a needle.  Nor are these Crustian types capable of true compassion, else they would not deny rights to homosexuals and pregnant women.  Whereas Jesus dined with the whore, Mary Magdalene, Jebus worshipers eat off Tiffany gold plates, their prosperity gospel equating to Gordon Gekko's "Greed is good."

At the Republican Leadership Conference recently Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R.-TN.) equated the Booblical limits on tithes to churches with the brackets of the graduated income tax and flat out stated, "If it's good enough for church Sunday, it's good enough for the IRS on Monday."  Here is a woman living in the 1st or second century -- the third or fourth at most (I don't know which Booblical passage has the tithes bit, but I often date from the Council of Nicea), trying to impose the ideas and policies of that period on the factual reality of today.  It's like superimposing camel shit on crystal wine glasses.  What is implied is Shuckabee's "Christian Constitutional interpretation" whereby the western equivalent of Shariah law will be imposed upon us by dupes for the Koch Brothers, useful idiots.  If I were a believing person I might say, "Thank God for the U.S. Senate," where such cockamamie ideas are throttled to death.  But, hey, there are a lot of religious nuts in the Senate, too.

1 comment:

  1. She is are right on about Marsha Blackburn. She is not a religious nut, but she sure knows how to take advantage of them. Instead of talking about the facts all the time, Democrats need to learn the language of emotions. After all, people vote based on how they "feel", not because they have paid attention to the facts.