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Wiles: Ebola Could Destroy Atheists, Homosexuals

The disgusting Rick Wiles is very excited about the Ebola virus and is apparently hoping that it will turn into a global pandemic because then it will kill everyone who doesn’t have the “blood of Jesus” all over them to protect them from the scourge. And this could “solve America’s problems with atheism, homosexuality, sexual promiscuity, pornography and abortion.”

“Now this Ebola epidemic can become a global pandemic and that’s another name for plague. It may be the great attitude adjustment that I believe is coming,” he said. “Ebola could solve America’s problems with atheism, homosexuality, sexual promiscuity, pornography and abortion.”

“If Ebola becomes a global plague, you better make sure the blood of Jesus is upon you, you better make sure you have been marked by the angels so that you are protected by God. If not, you may be a candidate to meet the Grim Reaper.”

So that relief worker who contracted Ebola, the one who is a Baptist missionary? Apparently she didn’t have the blood of Jesus all over her.

Comments

  1. steve oberski says

    And here I was under the impression that ebola spreads though direct human to human contact through broken skin and mucous membranes so I think that the “blood of jebus” would be pretty high on the list of things to avoid.

    Not that there aren’t already all sorts of very good reasons for avoiding it as Rick Wiles so graphically demonstrates,

  2. Alverant says

    Except the USA doesn’t have a problem with “atheism, homosexuality, sexual promiscuity, pornography and abortion”. Wiles does but that’s not the same thing.

  3. says

    I just returned from Western Africa (Senegal) and did not (I think) contract Ebola. Therefore, ipso facto, quod erat demonstrandum he must be correct.

  4. D. C. Sessions says

    Wonder who Jesus was targeting with all the other plagues?

    Kill them all. The Church will make up reasons.

  5. raven says

    Religion in Liberia – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    en. wikipedia.org/wiki/Religion_in_Liberia
    According to the 2008 National Census, 85.5% of Liberia’s population practices Christianity. Muslims comprise 12.2% of the population, largely coming from the …

    So far, most of the victims from Ebola seem to be xians. Liberia, for example, is a far more xian country than the USA, 86% to US 68%.

    The only two Americans to get Ebola so far, were both xian missionary workers.

  6. blf says

    So that relief worker who contracted Ebola, the one who is a Baptist missionary? Apparently she didn’t have the blood of Jesus all over her.

    Neither does, apparently, Miguel Pajares, a Spanish missionary, “one of three missionaries to test positive for the virus at the San José de Monrovia hospital in Liberia. The three were part of a larger group which had been helping to treat people infected with Ebola as part of their work with the San Juan de Dios order, a Catholic humanitarian organisation that runs hospitals around the world.” (Or, for that matter, the other two missionaries.)

    Which is a good thing: Ebola is spread by contact with, among other things, blood, so not being drenched in blood is good.

  7. howardhershey says

    Another Christian denying the germ theory of iinfectious disease. It is amazing that that faith actually had a role in the development of the sciences in the past.

  8. ambassadorfromverdammt says

    If Jesus has Ebola, then his blood on you is not so good. If Jesus does not have Ebola, then his blood on you is sticky and messy, but not dangerous*. Same thing if Jesus pukes on you, or blows his nose on you. Even the bible neglects to state that the snot of Christ is holy.

    *Not dangerous to you. Depending on how much he’s losing, it may be dangerous for him.

  9. Ichthyic says

    where do I buy me some Jesus blood?

    Therefore, ipso facto, quod erat demonstrandum he must be correct.

    oh? did you have Jesus blood all over you for protection?

    I’m betting not, ergo, you have Ebola.

    stay the fuck away from me!

  10. dingojack says

    Dear Nutjob –
    If you’re relying on the blood of Jesus, I’d first check for Lyme Disease, Recurrent Tick-borne fevers, West-Nile Fever, Leishmaniasis, Hepatitis & etc. (all common in the Middle-East) before splashing it on like cheap aftershave.
    @@
    Dingo

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