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Ministry Says Robin Williams Was Demon-Possessed

Good Fight Ministries’ Joe Schimmel says that Robin Williams killed himself because he was possessed by demons, along with lots of other “famous celebrities.” In fact, the only reason you’ve heard of them at all is because Satan has possessed them and given them talent to glorify himself.

Everybody is currently talking about Robin Williams and his tragic suicide. Many are puzzled as to how a man, who made so many people laugh, could be so depressed that he would violently end his life. What people are not learning is the deeper truth about the insidious forces that tormented Robin Williams and drove him to suicide.

Robin Williams acknowledged that he had opened himself up to transformative demonic powers that aided him on stage. Without the aid of such demonic powers, it is likely that you would have never have heard of Robin Williams and many other famous celebrities. Williams also recognized that these powers had manifested a very evil influence on stage and that there could be a hefty price to pay for their assistance. Williams told James Kaplan of US Weekly:

“Yeah! Literally, it’s like possession ‑ all of a sudden you’re in, and because it’s in front of a live audience, you just get this energy that just starts going…But there’s also that thing ‑ it is possession. In the old days you’d be burned for it…But there is something empowering about it. I mean, it is a place where you are totally ‑ it is Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, where you really can become this other force. Maybe that’s why I don’t need to play evil characters [in movies], ’cause sometimes onstage you can cross that line and come back. Clubs are a weird kind of petri dish environment. I mean, that’s where people can get as dark as they can in comedy ‑ in the name of comedy, be talking about outrageous stuff and somehow come out the other side. I mean, that’s one place where you really want to push it” (Robin Williams, “Robin Williams,” by James Kaplan, US Weekly, January, 1999, p. 53).

Williams’ last statement quoted above answers the question as to why the demonic powers use entertainers. Their goal is to promote evil and darkness and increase mankind’s rebellion against God.

Yeah. You might want to look up the word “metaphor” in the dictionary. We use terms like “battling our demons” all the time. It doesn’t mean we’re actually demon-possessed. You know why? Because demons don’t actually exist.

Comments

  1. peterh says

    The old, threadbare theistic (but mostly xian) folly of treating metaphorical as literal and literal as metaphorical – or vice versa whenever the mood suits them.

  2. sprocket says

    Read the headline and had “Jesus Built My Hotrod” in my head. So not the good kind of Ministry, the bad kind. Glad to hear.

  3. dingojack says

    Without the aid of such demonic powers, it is likely that you would have never have heard of Robin Williams and many other famous celebrities.”

    Awwww, sounds like ol’ whatshisface ain’t getting the attention he’s sure he deserves.
    Boo hoo, how sad.

    Dingo

  4. AsqJames says

    Yeah. You might want to look up the word “metaphor” in the dictionary.

    Yeah. Also adrenaline, cortisol, norepinephrine and similar hormones in a medical textbook, because we have actual evidence that they exist and for the effects they have on the brain (which can be pretty much what RW was describing).

  5. says

    The most gratingly insulting part of all this is that it’s neither new or imaginative. Narrow-minded dimwits like these have always hated seeing other people getting any kind of recognition or fame for their achievements, and they always consider such people a threat, and label it “of the devil” one way or another. Same old tall-poppy syndrome, with added dollops of hatred toward anyone different from themselves.

    We use terms like “battling our demons” all the time. It doesn’t mean we’re actually demon-possessed.

    I really don’t think it matters what words Williams used. These bigots are talking from a script, so whatever anyone else says will be distorted or misrepresented as necessary to fit into their script.

  6. Michael Heath says

    So all athletes ‘in the zone’ are demon possessed.

    I’ll believe that when Christians stop watching so much sports because it encourages demon possession. I’ve long perceived so many devout Christian men are sports fans in order to avoid confronting the implication of their religious beliefs. When I attended church as a youth the predominant topic among the elders before and after services was sports, not what the religious topics of the day were.

    Actually I won’t believe being in the zone points to demon possession. That’s because as Ed notes, it’s simply not true.

  7. Pierce R. Butler says

    Adam Kokesh has already posted a YouTube video revealing that “Robin Williams did not commit suicide” (sorry, lack of exclamation points in the original!!!1!).

    Warnings: clicking that link may rob you of seventeen minutes and one second of your only life, and reading the comments will cost you that many brain cells and lots more.

  8. laurentweppe says

    Though you must admit that does explain all that otherwise incomprehensible ‘Nanu, nanu’ stuff.

    Also, his willingness to partake in all three Nights at the Museum.

  9. colnago80 says

    Actually, it appears that Williams had Parkinson’s disease, which probably contributed to his depression.

  10. abear says

    The demons wanted Williams to commit suicide so it would distract the media from the Ferguson shooting.
    And it would have worked if it weren’t for that pesky PZ.

  11. newfie says

    But babbling incoherently in church is being ‘possessed’ by the holy spirit and perfectly ‘normal’. Both crazy and useless. I’ll take more of William’s demons, please.

  12. jnorris says

    Without the aid of such demonic powers, it is likely that you would have never have heard of Robin Williams and many other famous celebrities.

    Now we know why Christian celebrities have so little talent.

  13. freehand says

    Fundamentalists hate joy. They hate beauty, they hate love, they can’t relax, they can’t play. Their gardens are trite ; their clothes are uncomfortable; their lives are grim duties. Curiosity makes them feel frightened and guilty. Of course their preachers hated Robin Williams.

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