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May 27, 2017

Proof that Christians are stupid and hateful morons

We are so sick of hearing those ignorant and self-righteous Christians complain about the problems in our society.  Boo stinkin’ hoo.

They’re too stupid to know they’re the ones causing all the problems.

They’ll fight to keep a fetus alive, but then they refuse to support single mothers or provide birth control.  Hypocrites. They try to shove their morality down our throats, but in reality they’re a bunch of self-righteous bullies who probably watch kiddy porn on their computers, pick up prostitutes by the airport or solicit sex in public bathrooms. Christian women? A bunch of frigid Betty Crockers who clutch their pearls and demand censorship if they hear a top 40 song. You have to cut them a little slack, though. Their husbands treat them like crap and most likely beat them into submission.

These idiots cling to the Bible like it’s a how-to manual. Yeah, right. A book written thousands of years ago about a magical sky god has relevance today. They love talking about their Jesus, but they won’t do what he says. Jesus talks about not judging others, yet these frauds are the first ones to throw stones.

A hateful bunch of losers

Christians are a hateful, mean and nasty bunch of losers. Thankfully, there are some folks who are using social media to fight back against these ignoramuses and pointing out just how stupid and hypocritical they really are.

Remember that sexist Christian youth speakerwho tried to talk to high school kids about dating? Well, these folks nailed him on Facebook. (To protect their privacy, I’m using only their first names even though their entire names showed up on the public Facebook posts.)

  • From Tim: f-cking lame piece of sh-t. i don’t know about “advice” you gave, but you look like a lame -sshole with a retarded hair style. judging from you appearance the only thing you know about is how best get little boys into your van. anyway, keep it up, i hate Christianity, and you are going a great job making Christianity a whole look backward and lame,,,,, almost as lame as an old power bottom with stupid hair. in closing, f-ck you,

 

 

  • From Nikki: When did a sexist, worn out plastic spiky dildo from the 1970’s think it was a good idea to give dating advice to teenagers? Is that the Hellraiser look you’re going for Mr. Lookadoo? Except I would actually fk Pinhead before this aging, raging douchebag who is way past his prime. Are you doing your schtick in front of teenagers because those are the only people who will give you sympathy chuckles for your “jokes”? You’re like Dane Cook’s borderline retarded cousin who found Christ after he experimented with intraveneous drugs and c-ck in the 1980’s. Do us all a favor and go kill yourself.

 

 

 

  • From Kimberly: I’m so sorry you’ve had to go through all of this negative vibe from these people. Hopefully it will get better. When you admit what a asinine, hypocritical, misogynist attitude you have. I’m 47 years old, and unfortunately have to live in the south with old morons like you. I’ve had a son who is 21 and I’ve taught him to respect women and that they can do any damn thing sh-ts like you can. Knowing full well at the same time you spout this sh-t, you’re taking a bl-wjob from some girl barely over 18 that you paid in more than a few cities. My advice to you, you little hypocrite, is shut your damn mouth before some woman kicks your teeth in. You have a good day now. Bless your heart….

 

 

 

  • From Justin: You are one sick bastard. I hope and pray every day that someone anally rapes you. To quote: Bealzebub has a devil put aside for you.

 

 

Stomping out Christian stupidity

That speaker’s not the only Christian moron out there. The whole bunch is pretty stupid. Check out what some other folks did recently to stop the stupidity:

  • The U.S. Army used its training materials to warn soldiers about extremist groups like Al Qaeda, Hamas, the Ku Klux Klan, evangelical Protestants, Catholics and the American Family Association. It’s about time our government acknowledged how dangerous these folks are. Get the full story.

 

 

  • The American Humanist Society successfully stopped a South Carolina public school from brainwashing poor kids into Christianity with Christmas gifts. The school was collecting shoeboxes filled with gifts as part of Operation Christmas Child, a program sponsored by the Christian relief group Samaritan’s Purse. They threatened to sue the school for violating the separation of church and state because, “The boxes of toys are essentially a bribe, expressly used to pressure desperately poor children living in developing countries to convert to Christianity, and are delivered with prayers, sermons, evangelical tracts and pressure to convert.”  Legal victory! Get the full story.

 

 

 

  • MSNBC’s Ed Schultz used his platform on “The Ed Show” to point out Christian hypocrisy when it comes to Obama Care. His prayer mocking Ted Cruz is epic stuff.  Check out the video.

 

 

How much more proof do you need to see that Christians corner the market on hateful, judgmental and stupid?

What all this really means

Now that you’ve read the entire piece, I need to let you in on a little secret. I set you up; I don’t support this attitude, but it seems to be growing in popularity. As a matter of fact, I’m one of those stupid Christians.

The entire post showcases the anti-Christian vitriol that is rampant in our society. The social media posts are real. The news stories are real. Sadly, the people are real, too.

Do you still want to argue Christians corner the market on hateful, judgmental and stupid?

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36 Comments on Proof that Christians are stupid and hateful morons

  1. The old ideas of tolerance and good will are going out of the window . This is the essence
    of the Christian message – grace and love for others . When have Marxists on the left
    ever known anything but control, hate ( both for self and for others ) and domination ? The
    opposite of God’s love . After the Bolshevik Revolution – they murdered 20 million
    innocent Russians .

    There is evidence , though, that a small number of people can send out multiple e-mails
    to multiple Facebook accounts , post , websites and make it seem as if they are more
    numerous than they are .

  2. I am a Christian and I love Jesus and everyone,even people who don’t live me or agree with me. You must have met some fake Christians or “religous” ones that have NO true relationship with Jesus and dont have The Holy Spirit! To be a true Christian,you must have the Holy Spirit! God must be alive inside of you! God is Holy,Loving,And Just and we should try our best to obey Him and Love Him and others,because He has loved us. The Christians that youre talking about must not be saved ok! Anny true Christian will be full of God’s Spirit and His Love. They live only for His Glory and to spread His Fire! I love you

  3. So all Christians are stupid? I guess that means Copernicus, Tycho, Kepler, Galileo, Descartes, Pascal, Euler, Galvani, Volta, Mendel, Pasteur, and von Braun were complete morons too! Duhhhhhh…the earth goes around the sun! Duhhhhhhh…I think, therefore I am! Duhhhhhhh…I’ve just discovered genetics! After all they were all Christians, therefore they were all stupid! Makes sense to me!

  4. Hey there! i thought it was an intruiging article especially because of it’s point of view. My grandma is christian and the best kind of christian in my opinion, she is a loving, tender woman who visits church weekly to thank the lord. She doesn’t do hate or prejudice, the bible is not a manual. not everything is 100% true and not all of it is meaningful. My problem is that indeed christians (especially the american kind) try to bestow their beliefs on us. First of all whenever i see a politician using religious arguments it really grinds my gears, and not in the good way, politics and religion are two completely seperate things and they should be kept this way. also i find a lot of christians full of hatred and bad energy, jesus stood for love and forgiveness, but these values get forsaken so often … to conclude i love christianity, when it is done right: being a grateful (!), loving, and kind-hearted person. but the bible is a book, literature, you can’t use it to justify anything. gay marriage, abortion, womens rights … these are politics, religion can’t just influence them the way it does. (p.s i most of the time visit afro-american churches, i feel they are close to sth, so much love … i feel god there)

  5. I’m a Catholic and an Italo-Peruano and I believe the GOVERNMENT is dumb, not us. Especially _________ (removed by web admin). The person who wrote this satanic, unholy article is probably one of the millions of dumb people who watch NBC. On NBC, all they care about is attempting to trash the Republicans, like me. They bomb Christie about the “Bridge Scandal.” It’s just damn traffic on a bridge. Nobody died, but Obama and HillBillary Clinton knew about Benghazi, where people died in a preventable event. My Grandfather came from the Puglia 57 years ago in a time when there were not a bunch of deadbeats listening to NBC. Back then, it was not Liberal. Now, it is horrendous!

    • Hi Vincent,

      Um, I wrote this “satanic unholy article,” and I probably am one of the millions of dumb people who watch NBC; however, I also follow BBC News, Fox, CNN, the Washington Post, the New York Times and several other media outlets. I’m a news junkie.

      I fear there may be a bit of misunderstanding between us. Please read the last paragraph and note my confession about my personal relationship with Christ and how I wanted this piece to point out the vitriol of those who accuse Christians of hate.

      Just a clarification: Unfortunately, there was a death associated with the bridge scandal. News reports say Florence Genova, age 91, went into cardiac arrest, and her family called for help. The traffic gridlock delayed paramedics’ arrival. The family says Ms. Genova was probably already dead by the time the ambulance arrived; however, I can’t imagine the helplessness they felt watching her last moments slip away because an ambulance was stuck in a completely unnecessary politically-motivated traffic jam.

  6. Well I am more of an evolutionist christian. Its said the human was created by dirt, well cells live within the dirt. I cannot believe to take the bible literary but everything the bible has in it is a sign to a bigger picture just with more simpler ideas which were made for the simple people back then who didn’t know what science was. I agree with evolution’s proof but I merge my Christianity and overall my life becomes more understanding and happier.

  7. What a hateful, dishonest article. You distort and pervert what atheists are saying, and wrap yourself in your deluded cloak of christer persecution complex–when YOU are the people who indeed are hurting people, in massive numbers.

    You should be ashamed of yourself for being such bigoted trash.

    • My young friend,

      How could this be dishonest when I simply used the exact words your compatriots have used? How can you claim I hate when the tone of your comment is filled with anger and venom?

      Thanks for calling me “bigoted trash.” I appreciate your tolerance. Yes, I did grow up in a trailer park and I’m afraid it stunted all my intellectual development. Maybe your bigotry and trash labels are due to me being a Latina as well?

      I have lived half of my life without faith and half with it. The first half was in the atheistic world where religion was treated with contempt. It sucked. I have to admit the second half has been infinitely better.

      I pray you find true peace and love in your life. No hate on my part, just sympathy.

  8. Patrick,

    It takes a lot of guts to apologize, and I forgive you. I am sorry you’ve run into some Christians who have sullied what the faith is really about. As a courtesy, I have deleted your first comment post because I don’t want people to misjudge you.

    I encourage you to have a few dialogues with some real Christ-followers, not the ones who scream about the “Thou Shalt Nots.” You may learn a little more about the faith and make a few friends in the process. (I promise there are “cool Christians” out there.)

    I used to think like you do. I grew up amidst people who were very hostile to religion. I didn’t find my faith until a college friend was murdered by her boyfriend, and her funeral was a mere collection of stories of how nice she was. It made life seem tragically meaningless, and I knew my friend was more than biological components now in the earth. Thankfully, our university had a very REAL and easy-to-talk to priest who helped me better understand things. He taught me God isn’t all about rules; He’s all about relationships. I’ve lived half my life without Him, and the other half with Him. The second half has definitely been filled with more comfort, peace and love.

    Just something to think about.

  9. I’d say 99% of people who call themselves “Christian”, are actually practicing the OPPOSITE of what Jesus taught. Jesus stands for love, tolerance, humilty, and forgiveness. If you don’t believe me, just check out the bible for yourself. Jesus does NOT stand for hate………from any group. In fact, Jesus rebuked those in BOTH religious AND secular authority throughout his ministry, and held up as examples those who were lowly in socioeconomic stature. So, bottom line, if someone claiming to be a Christian is spewing hate/judgments, that person is not practicing Chrisitanity as Jesus taught.

    “Jesus replied: “‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.’[a] 38 This is the first and greatest commandment. 39 And the second is like it: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’[b] 40 All the Law and the Prophets hang on these two commandments” Matthew: 22:36-40

    And of course, to the woman caught in the act of adultery Jesus said: “Let he who is without sin amoung you cast the first stone”

    These aren’t just things to be read about and forgotten, these are HIS teachings to live by!

  10. Haha! You got me! Great article and I began to suspect something at the piece about the American Humanists stopping the Samaritan mission!

  11. It’s getting scary out there for Christians. The sad thing is that there are people out there claiming the Christianity title, and they are NOT a good example of what Christ taught us. But the truth is, no one is perfect, and it is sad that the social media has become a vicious platform at times to attack those who are different. I can only hope to teach my daughter to stand strong and believe in herself and her beliefs, and she will be able to hold her head high. I can only pray that hateful ignorance can be replaced with loving openness by our continued faith in Christ.

  12. Ignorance is abundant many times when comparing religions creed with the believers deeds. So often we read negative stuff about Islam and yet the truth be known, there are ten’s of millions of Muslims that do follow the path of love, believing Jesus to indeed be a prophet of Allah, the god of Abraham. To be christian is to be Christ like. If Christ did not judge, than a christian by definition cannot judge. Calling Christians derogatory names is the same as calling Christ a derogatory name. If the behavior is not Christ like, then clearly the behavior is not coming from a christian.

  13. My heart thumped HARD as I read your blog today. The one main thought running vigorously through my head was, ‘Do I respond?’… My second timid thought was to offer the opportunity to establish a dialogue with a person who didn’t know a real living ‘stupid Christian’. Judgmental, aren’t I? I’m glad that I made myself finish reading to the end.

    Yes, I’m one of those ‘stupid Christians’ too. In fact, I’m a pastor’s wife; makes me even more ‘stupid’, right? If the world only knew…

    Thanks for starting a needful conversation. I’m willing to talk whenever.

    • I’m glad you kept reading. Thanks for sticking with me.

      My goal was to make people aware of just how hateful and wrong the stereotypes are and also to point out the depravity of the hate speech people unleash on Christians.

      I figured I’d be hated by multiple sides – Christians who didn’t read the entire post and bashers who did.

      • For a few moments in your article, you sounded just like the rest of the ‘world’… It was nauseating. I get a kicked enough for being an ‘O, Stupid One’ living in my own little personal realm.

        BUT learning to actively encounter such hateful rhetoric with humility and grace is what I constantly need to REMEMBER and DO. A future post, maybe? 😉

        In for the long haul… An even more humbled, but still gloriously saved by the grace of God, Christian.

      • I don’t hate you, Kim. Glad you are speaking out. I’m a Catholic Christian, so I am probably even more prone to stereotyping.
        Hope this hatred stops gaining traction. There is just too much ideological hatred in this world ! It is silly and unnecessary…
        Mike

    • Anyone that calls you stupid is just so ignorant. You know they are living in a world of sin. And how do you know that? Because the bible said so of course! Keep fighting the good fight sister.

      I really wish the rest of the world that has been persecuting us Christians so harshly would realize why we are calling them sinners and looking down upon their actions. It’s because we LOVE them. True love is being able to tell the truth (as long as it’s the truth of the BIBLE am I right?!).

      I’m tired of us Christians being second-class citizens in the United States. We live in a country where people who decide the law (congress) are ONLY 70% christian. It’s time for us as an oppressed people to FIGHT BACK.

      • Dear Aberu/Kevin,

        I noticed your link on the Reddit’s “Magic Sky Fairy,” a collection of some of the most vitriolic anti-Christian commentary I’ve seen in a long time. I also noticed you’ve got mad video game skills.

        Given what I saw on the site as well as your commentary for other Reddit users, you surely can understand why I may perceive your comment to be rather snarky. You may also understand why similar comments from other like-minded individuals have failed the blog’s “play nice” comment policy and have subsequently met their fate in the abyss of the virtual hate trash can. Unfortunately, I am not as stupid as you had hoped I would be.

        I apologize for any embarrassment or inconvenience I have caused you in pointing out your condescension, but please know my faith requires me to forgive others for their transgressions- just as I have been forgiven. As much as you may hate this, I pray you find peace.

  14. When discussing His return Jesus warned His disciples: “Then you will be arrested, persecuted, and killed. You will be hated all over the world because you are my followers.” (Matthew 24:9 NLT) So what I see today makes me hopeful not angry. Do I enjoy being hated? It impacts me less and less each day as I anticipate His return in my lifetime. Developing a “thick skin” has also helped.

  15. Wow, I almost quit reading and unsubscribed to your blog. Glad I finished. Interesting points to be considered. Unfortunately I’ve met Christians who give Christians a bad name. And I may have been one or have been misunderstood. It’s not an easy walk.

  16. I shared this on my own blog. It’s very well stated. I am so angry about the lies being told and sold in the media marketplace.

  17. The first part is indeed true but not to the severity you describe. There are hypocrites every where, not just among christians. My opinion is that as long as you have thsse large groupd of individuals that structure their lives and beliefs around 1000 year old books and each claim theirs is thr true 1000 year old book and are wklling to kill you over it, the rest of the world will suffer the war they bring upon themselves because they are too stupid to reason and coexsist in a world community. Therefore and further.
    I also believe that the actions on the individual are suspect rather than placing responsability souly on religion itself. Ask yourselves this…….what if one day you wake up and you find out that the worlds religions have been misunderstood?

    • Communism doesn’t have a one thousand year old book. How many millions of people have died because of communism?

      If I woke up tomorrow and found out that all religions have been misunderstood, there would still be evil in the human heart, which leads to things like war.

    • Nathan, I respect your point of view and I agree that Hypocrisy – indeed any character flaw – is observed anywhere you find people but I encourage you to give your positions some further thought. I may be reading too much between the lines of what you wrote so please forgive me if I am. The “1000 year old book” comments caught my eye as I read your reply and If I understand your thinking correctly, you base your conclusions on an a very common assumption – that the human race is constantly progressing; continually improving upon itself. Given enough time, we will eventually perfect ourselves by our own sheer will to be good. Therefore, it naturally follows that conversely, the further-back you trace human history, the more ignorant and barbaric the people were. So beliefs based on – as you say – “1000 year old books”, are borrowing their views from fallible texts written by flawed, ignorant, often violent barbarians; troglodytes. I may be slightly exaggerating your particular views but as I said, they are commonly held by many others today.

      If we are indeed improving ourselves by marginalizing religion or jettisoning it altogether; rejecting out of hand any system of thought, morality or faith based in antiquity, then that should be easy enough to prove. We should find the kindest, most generous, altruistic people among those who have – for example – rejected Christianity. Scroll back up to the top of Kim’s post and read the words uttered by the likes of Tim and Justin. Where did they get their rabid hatred? Who taught them to visit such vitriol on somebody with differing views? Facebook? Twitter? A bathroom stall? No. And by their own words we can conclude that their lack of civility was not derived from the Bible nor any other “1000 year old book”. No, they got there all by themselves. Their malady was already woven into the very fabric of their being.

      Nathan, truth is timeless; it does not change as the human story unfolds across the ages; it is not relative to the bearer; it is not a variable. Truth endures the rise and fall of nations, the passing winds of human thought, the indifference of self-absorbed cultures and the vain attempts of tyrants to suppress it.

      It has been said that the Bible is an anvil that has worn out many hammers. If the Bible is true, then it matters not whether it’s a thousand years old or was given to us just a couple of decades ago. If it is indeed the Word of God, then it will endure throughout the entire timeline of human history. If it is just a book of fables and rules penned by long-dead authors, then I would tend to agree with those who dismiss it as mere literature at best. Actually, the Bible is over 3,500 years old and it’s a collection of books – written over a period of some 1,500 years, from around 1450 B.C. (the time of Moses) to about 100 A.D. (a century after the birth of Christ).

      The Bible contains history, poetry, specific prophesy, guidelines for human behavior and incredibly, woven into its 66 books – written by 40 authors, spanning some fifteen centuries – is a common thread. That is the account of the fall of the human race and God’s specific plan to redeem His creation. Wars, atrocities, injustices, bullying and foul-mouthed tweets on social media have one thing in common; it is the fallen human condition which has been woven into the entire span of our existence. Our fallen nature is as old as the hills and try as we may, we cannot redeem ourselves. For all our advancements in technology and science, we are waxing worse and worse. We’ve so often taken our easy access to information and ability to broadcast ourselves around the globe in an instant and we’ve merely become more efficient at self-destructing entire cultures. Our hope; our salvation will not be forthcoming from some newly contrived idea, intellectual ascent or any construct of man. Humanity can no more improve itself than an automobile can hoist itself up in the garage and self-repair.

      I mentioned prophesy as one component of the Bible. Read this quote from from the Second Letter of Timothy (2Timothy 3: 1-5) written some 2,000 years ago:

      “But realize this, that in the last days difficult times will come. For men will be lovers of self, lovers of money, boastful, arrogant, revilers, disobedient to parents, ungrateful, unholy, unloving, irreconcilable, malicious gossips, without self-control, brutal, haters of good, treacherous, reckless, conceited, lovers of pleasure rather than lovers of God, holding to a form of godliness, although they have denied its power…”

      You will have to decide for yourself whether the Bible is indeed true and relevant or just outdated ideas and vestigial beliefs from another age. I encourage you to approach that decision thoughtfully and resolutely by seeking every opportunity to gain knowledge and understanding.

      If interested, here’s some reading on the subject I can recommend:

      1) “Why I Believe” – D. James Kennedy
      2) “I Don’t Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist” – Norman L. Geisler and Frank Turek

  18. I feel like you just put into words everything that I’ve been feeling for such a long time. It feels hopeless. If you read internet news and listen to the enlightened ones, you would think the USA is a cesspool of imaginary-friend worshipping hypocritical idiots who carry guns to church and the grocery store, hate gays and non-whites and caused all the global warming problems.

    I am sick of it.

  19. Well done Kim. I didn’t think you were endorsing those beliefs so I kept reading and am glad I did. You illustrate just some of the numerous examples of the hatred and ignorance (sadly) of those who do hold and express these beliefs.

  20. Am I the only one that read the entire story? Wow just wow. We need to read through before making a judgement. Thanks for posting this.

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