Sunday, July 26, 2009

The World is Stranger than Kook Theorists

I am mildly amused when a fake "American Catholic Patriot" rails about Jewish Bolshevism and fails to see the specter of Liberation theology in his Church. Obviously, the venomously anti Israel far left kook clerics must be in a very convoluted plot. Then again any idiot who fails to comprehend that Christianity and racial supremacy are incongruous is a loon.

What is a racist nut supposed to think when the Conservatives in his Church are Africans. The truth is that the African Churches are typically more Conservative than the European ones. If you are a far left kook you might tell the Africans to shut up. If you are a white power kook you might want to think about packing it in or becoming a commie where you can at least spout Jewish conspiracies in peace.

What will be the response when some of these African Churches export polygamy to the States? It will be harder to dismiss than the standard Muslim and Mormon situation. Oddly, the Africans and the Mormons tend to be conservative.

The world is to complicated for cracker barrel one solution answers to life's mysteries.


Ducky's here said...

BEAK !!! Adjust you dosage.

beakerkin said...

Aren't you Marxists always talking about Eurocentrism. Rowan Williams is a classic Marxist baboon. When the Africans disagree with his idiocy
he just tells them to shut up.

Africa is going to be more important to all Christian denominations. What are good old Commies going to do when the African Christians start sounding like Mr Beamish lite minus the gratuitous explosions.

According to many African Christians homosexuality is a taboo
but polygamy isn't. Welcome to the present turned upside down.

The only constant is the future is unknown.

I am not endorsing polygamy, but some African Christians point to the Bible. In Judaism polygamy was ended in the rabbinical era.

Ducky's here said...

Beak !!! Betty Ann's posting articles on your blog!!!

beamish said...

I'm not sure if France's "post-colonial" policies have changed much in the last 5 years, but French support for Muslim rebels in West Africa used to be back page news for quite a while, especially under Chirac.

The same week photos of Abu Ghraib prisoners with panties on their heads made the news, France was dispersing Christian protesters in Cote D'Ivoire with helicopter gunships.

France airdropping munitions and supplies to Arab militias in the Sudan has long been a dirty little secret in geopolitics.

Let's not mention French backing of the Rwanda genocide.