Bizarre Wingnut Screed of the Day


Rev. Michael Bresciani has one of the sillier and most incoherent wingnut screeds you’ll see this week. It’s all the usual rot — we’re living the last days, Obama is the antichrist, the socialists are taking over and, of course, demons. Lots and lots of demons, doing demonish kinda things. He starts with this quote:

“Goats are slightly smarter than sheep, but they always choose the path to hell – how smart is that?” Anon

Uh. Okay.

Millions of Americans now want the gay agenda to be fully accepted. Millions more stand for the murder and genocide of the unborn while hiding behind phrases like, “it’s the law of the land.” Hollywood minions spew the sex and violence on our senses as if it were the gospel. The enemies of the gospel and of Christ are emerging from the woodwork to undertake their tour de force as if they were summoned by the great father of demons himself.

Last days prophecies are being fulfilled right before our eyes and only the dullest of mind have not been able to see it unfolding. Even fewer, can explain why it is happening. Yet, it is totally uncomplicated. According to the prophetic, it is most assuredly the father of demons who is providing the force, the impetus and the inspiration for the last days slide into religious, civil and general apostasy.

What the hell is a “general apostasy” aside from a religious one?

Who are these sowers, who seem bent on spreading the antichrist doctrine all over the world?

The list is enormous.

President, politicians, secular educators, LGBT, atheists, and a plethora of individuals like Dawkins, Hawking and others are the representatives of the new secular gospel where men arrived in today’s prideful generation by means of a Darwinian fiat that took a mere 60 billion or so years and are now heading to the stars at warp nine. (Thanks to the imagination of one, Gene Rodenberry) With both these pipe dreams as a foundation and the demonic dream of the degenerate minds of the day at the helm – hell can’t be far away.

Gotta be a game of wingnut Madlibs.

Comments

  1. Larry says

    FTA:

    Goats are indeed very smart in their day, but the sheep will never see the end of days. Because the wisdom of this world is temporal the most highly intelligent among us, are not the wisest. Do the math.

    WTF? Seriously. WTF?

  2. elpayaso says

    ED, that’s a high claim to make in these interesting times, and the day is yet young…….

  3. says

    tsig “Why do these people seem to enjoy the upcoming Armageddon so much?”
    Because, like The Law and War, it punishes people and groups they don’t like. Also, they [tend not to] think they’ll be here when the shit really hits the fan.

  4. says

    If I’m reading this properly, he’s blaming the modern conception of the history of the universe on Gene Roddenberry. Which is amusing if you’re a Star Trek fan who is even barely scientifically educated.

  5. Taz says

    Dawkins, Hawking and others are the representatives of the new secular gospel where men arrived in today’s prideful generation by means of a Darwinian fiat that took a mere 60 billion or so years and are now heading to the stars at warp nine.

    That actually sounds pretty good.

  6. DaveL says

    I see that they’ve learned to cloak the Mummert Money Shot* in biblical jargon, in the hopes that outsiders won’t notice.

    *”We’ve been attacked, by the intelligent, educated segment of the culture” – Pastor Ray Mummert

  7. Chiroptera says

    Goats are slightly smarter than sheep, but they always choose the path to hell – how smart is that?

    Great. Now I have that song by Cake going through my head.

  8. Sastra says

    What the hell is a “general apostasy” aside from a religious one?

    Going against Nature, of course.

    Plus atheism defies the laws of logic.

  9. colnago80 says

    60 billion year ago? The current age of the universe is estimated by astrophysicists as 13.9 billion years. The earth formed 4.5 billion years ago. Live started up about 3 billion years ago. Vertebrates firs appeared some 500 million years ago. Humans arose 150,000 years ago. Obviously, this putz knows nothing about science.

  10. alanb says

    I think that people are putting too much thought into this. The answer is simple: the poor guy is drunk. I’m sure he will be horribly embarrassed when he sobers up and sees what he has done.

  11. cptdoom says

    @colnago80 – but the best part is he describes even 60 billion years of evolution (I’m assuming he mean’s 60 million years, or roughly the time we’ve had primates around) as “mere,” but likely has not problem believing the entire universe was created in 7 earth days (another Roddenberry term).

    As for apostasy – haven’t we had that since, I don’t know, the very beginning of Christianity? Or were the gnostics good Christians?

  12. Nemo says

    Yeah, the only people talking about timespans as long as 60 billion years (in the past) are Scientologists, and maybe Hindu creationists. Not to give an inverse courtier’s reply, but I wish these fundies would make even a minimal effort to learn more about what they’re attacking before they attack… but then, if they did that, they might end up having to reconsider their beliefs.

  13. dingojack says

    SLC – Don’t type angry, you wouldn’t like you when you type angry.

    AFAIK:
    The Big Bang occurred some 13.55 b.y.o.
    The Earth formed around 4.55 b.y.o.
    Life started circa 3.8 b.y.o. (only the byproducts of life, not fossils of life itself have been found).
    The earliest Chordates indeed date to the ‘Cambrian Explosion’, say 550 m.y.o, but the first backbone didn’t occur until the mid-Silurian, say 430 m.y.o.
    The line that eventually gives rise to Modern Humans split from Chimpanzee/Bonobo line between 11-7 m.y.o, the Homo species arrives with the appearance Homo habilis (2.3-1.4 m.y.o?), and Modern Humans, Homo sapiens sapiens, appears some 200,000 y.o.

    :) Dingo

  14. Doug Little says

    Darwinian fiat that took a mere 60 billion or so years

    Someone needs to explain not only deep time to this asshat but also the current age of the universe, the age of the earth and the time since the first single celled organisms appeared. Where the fuck is he getting 60 billion from? it doesn’t align with anything.

  15. says

    Dawkins, Hawking and others are the representatives of the new secular gospel where men arrived in today’s prideful generation by means of a Darwinian fiat that took a mere 60 billion or so years and are now heading to the stars at warp nine.

    That actually sounds pretty good.

    I remember watching a science show that speculated about the very distant future of the universe, including one termed “The Degenerate Era.” I was going to make a quip about needing warp drive to get anywhere (even with multi-generation ships) since the accelerating expansion of the universe would eventually leave galaxies isolated in such a way that the space between them would be expanding faster than the light could travel through it, meaning we’d never be able to see them again.

    But then I thought 60 billion years might be an order of magnitude or two too small. *Wikis the big wiki* Okay, I was wrong, it’s about 3 orders of magnitude, since that’ll happen ~2 trillion years from now. In local news, the Milky Way will merge with the Andromeda galaxy about 3 billion years from now, followed by the rest of our local supercluster around the next 100 billion, so get ready to welcome our new neighbors.

  16. Moggie says

    I used to drive one of those Darwinian Fiats. They’re not very fast, but they seem intelligently designed.

  17. caseloweraz says

    “Goats are slightly smarter than sheep, but they always choose the path to hell – how smart is that?” Anon

    Sure — that’s why Handel wrote, “All we like goats, have gone astray-ay-ay-ay-ay-ay, have go-one a-stray-ay…”

    Oh, I am in good voice today!

    And good humor, too. I even crack myself up. “Let me hear it for me: All for one, and all for one!”

  18. says

    Moggie, lies! Could mere random chance make a car that rusts out so quickly and is put together a car so shoddily? Look, you Darwinists say that motorcycles came from bicycles, but if evolution is true, then why are there still bicycles, hmm? Checkmate, Darwinists!

  19. caseloweraz says

    men arrived in today’s prideful generation by means of a Darwinian fiat that took a mere 60 billion or so years and are now heading to the stars at warp nine.

    I used to drive a Fiat. It couldn’t do warp nine — not even warp one — but it didn’t take 60 billion years to get anywhere.

  20. slavdude says

    Maybe a Darwinian fiat is a small Italian sports car with no seat belt or any other safety equipment. That might explain its speed. As for the age, though… I got nuthin.

  21. busterggi says

    “Goats are slightly smarter than sheep, but they always choose the path to hell – how smart is that?”

    My neighbor used to raise goats, they always chose the path to the blackberry bushes.

  22. Dave, ex-Kwisatz Haderach says

    It cracks me up when the wingnuts bring up those last days prophecies. The spectacularly useless prophetic signs include disease, famine, earthquakes, wars and rumors of wars, and the marvelously specific “troubles”. Can anyone point to an instance in human history where these things weren’t happening?

  23. freehand says

    colnago80: Obviously, this putz knows nothing about science.

    He knows it’s wrong. what more does he need to know?

    Modusoperandi: Look, you Darwinists say that motorcycles came from bicycles, but if evolution is true, then why are there still bicycles, hmm?

    You loon! Cars evolved from horse-drawn carts. When have you last seen one?

  24. steffp says

    “Goats & sheep” refers to Mathew 25:32/33. But Rev. Bresciani gets it horribly wrong.

    32 All the nations will be gathered before him, and he will separate the people one from another as a shepherd separates the sheep from the goats.
    33 He will put the sheep on his right and the goats on his left.

    Later on in the text,

    “Then he will say to those on his left, ‘Depart from me, you who are cursed, into the eternal fire prepared for the devil and his angels.

    Interesting enough, those are sent to eternal fire because:

    42 For I was hungry and you gave me nothing to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me nothing to drink,
    43 I was a stranger and you did not invite me in, I needed clothes and you did not clothe me, I was sick and in prison and you did not look after me.

    So much for opposing state funded charity, food stamps, health care and demanding immigration restrictions,and enforcing the inhuman prison system…

  25. exdrone says

    Goats deserve to go to hell because they are choosing to not be sheep, and don’t kid yourself, it is a choice. If only they would agree to undergo species reparation therapy, then they could pray the meh-eh-eh away.

  26. sezme says

    A million. A billion. What’s one little letter difference mean anyway. Cut out the nitpicking.

  27. Moon Jaguar says

    “Where the fuck is he getting 60 billion from? it doesn’t align with anything.”

    60 billion, 60 gazillion, what’s the difference?

  28. colnago80 says

    Re freehand @#29

    You loon! Cars evolved from horse-drawn carts. When have you last seen one?

    In New York’s Central Park.

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